Saints sign striker Moore

Brackley Town manager Jon Brady has strengthened his squad with the signing of striker Stefan Moore from Conference North rivals Leamington.

Mursley stalwart Faith Baxter

Hundreds mourn the passing of Mursley stalwart Faith Baxter

More than 400 people packed into Mursley Church on Friday March 16 for a service to remember the life of Faith Baxter.

Students from The Buckingham School took part in the local heat of the Mock Trial competition

IN PICTURES: Justice served as Buckingham students take part in mock trial

Students from The Royal Latin School and The Buckingham School participated in the Milton Keynes heat of the National Mock Trial competition.

The Gateway, Aylesbury

Aylesbury Vale District Council say they want to understand ‘rationale’ and ‘evidence’ behind the Secretary of State’s unitary recommendation

Aylesbury Vale District Council has said it will make a representation to the Secretary of State in response to his recent recommendation as to the future make-up of local government in Buckinghamshire.

Young happy family of three having fun together outdoor. Pretty little daughter on her father back. Parents and girl look happy and smile. Happiness and harmony in family life. Family fun outside. PNL-151022-124456001

Why your child may have £1,000 in a bank account that you don’t even know about

Calling all parents! Do you have a child aged between seven and 15? If so, then they be a lot wealthier than you think.

Lewis Hamilton will be looking to win his fifth world title this year

Get to know the 2018 Formula 1 grid

The 2018 F1 season begins this weekend, with Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel et al ready to do battle for the championship.


Tax changes: Five tax increases and cuts which may affect you from April 1

They say there are only two certainties in life: death and taxes. And from April 1, we’re getting some changes to the latter which could see you better off...

Cheque presentation to local charities. Money raised by Sue (back left) and Tiddler Carter's (back right) Bingo Evenings at Buckingham Community Centre.

Charities receive funds from Buckingham bingo nights

Money raised from bingo evenings at Buckingham Community Centre has been donated to local charities.

CALL TO ACTION: What is the Vale’s worst pothole - and what’s going on with our roads?

CALL TO ACTION: What is the Vale’s worst pothole - and what’s going on with our roads?

Any motorist in the Vale will have a pothole that they simply love to hate – perhaps it has even damaged their car.

EDITOR’S COLUMN: Spring has sprung - and we are on a pothole mission!

EDITOR’S COLUMN: Spring has sprung - and we are on a pothole mission!

Yes that’s right - I’m sure every motorist in the county of Bucks has a pothole that they love to hate. For me it used to be a big deep one that sat directly after a speed bump close to the old Quarendon School, I would regularly fall foul of it on my way to and from work - and to be quite honest - it physically hurt every time my car viciously jerked down into its depths!

Campaigners claim cabinet member has been "disrespectful" to concerns

Campaigners claim cabinet member has been "disrespectful" to concerns

Campaigners have branded Cabinet Member Warren Whyte’s decision to not attend public meetings set up to discuss the closure of children’s centres disrespectful.

PICTURE GALLERY: Buckingham School girls football team celebrating after coming from behind to win county final

The Buckingham School’s under-16 girls football team produced a great comeback to win the County Championship on March 15.


Diesel tax, benefits & five other law changes you need to know about in 2018

Sometimes it feels like the law is constantly changing, threatening to catch out people who haven’t realised the regulations have shifted.

Andrea Leadsom

Northamptonshire MP pushes for investment in three major county roads

South Northamptonshire MP Andrea Leadsom has called for the county's roads to be considered eligible for funding under proposals by the Department for Transport for a new Major Road Network.

Jobs at risk at Carpetright as retailer eyes store closures

Embattled retailer Carpetright has put jobs under threat as it draws up sweeping restructuring plans which will close poorly-performing stores and see it tap investors for up to £60 million.


Are you as smart as an 11 year old? Prove it

Just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz, here’s six questions to test your brain power.


PICTURE GALLERY: Walkers brave freezing temperatures in Buckingham for event to raise awareness of mental health

Around fifty walkers braved the freezing temperatures to take part in a wander around Buckingham on Sunday March 18.

Kirstie Allsopp

Win tickets to see Kirstie Allsopp and co at popular Handmade Fair this summer

The Handmade Fair presented by Kirstie Allsopp is set to pitch up in Wiltshire for the very first time this summer giving craft enthusiasts in the south the chance to experience the ultimate creative day out.

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VIDEO AND PICTURES: Images show how rail depot in Northamptonshire countryside could measure up next to villages

The developer of the proposed rail depot that would sit in the countryside between two villages south of Northampton has produced a video showing what the project might look like if approved.

New headteacher at The Buckingham School - Andy McGinnes, pictured with Matthew Watkins - chair of governors

New headteacher at The Buckingham School speaks of his delight at permanent appointment

A new permanent headteacher has been appointed at The Buckingham School.

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