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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.

Football
Snow warning issued by Met Office

Snow warning for our region issued by Met Office

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice in the home counties today, Sunday January 21.

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Just one of over 200 illustrations to collect in the brilliant Arcade Mode

Console Corner: Street Fighter V Arcade Edition review

Finally worthy of legendary series.

Tech
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Comment: Nationalising our railways is the only way to fix chronic problems

Just who exactly supports the UK’s privatised railway industry?

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Pie-lovers are up in arms because tinned Fray Bentos ‘contain less meat’

Pie-lovers are up in arms because tinned Fray Bentos ‘contain less meat’

Horrified carnivores have blasted a British food institution online – complaining famous tinned Fray Bentos pies ‘don’t contain enough meat.’

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5 apps that will help you save money

5 apps that will help you save money

January is traditionally a month for money-saving resolutions, with many people forced to tighten the purse strings after going gung-ho with the plastic over Christmas and New Year.

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Spencer Law, RVS; David Clark, Transport Manager, Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC); Cllr Beville Stanier, Cabinet Member for The Environment & Waste, AVDC; with members of the 2018 all-female National Refuse Championships team - Amy Bridgeford, Operations Team Manager, AVDC; and Abigail Friston, Trade Waste Supervisor, AVDC.

Aylesbury Vale District Council going for national glory in 2018 refuse championships

After last year’s success, Aylesbury Vale District Council has announced it will send two teams to the National Refuse Championships this summer.

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A photo of participants during a previous edition of the Buckingham Swimathon

Entries now open for this year’s Buckingham Swimathon

Entries are now open for this year’s Buckingham Swimathon - the seventh time the popular fundraiser has taken place.

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Surplus lambs reared on performance-formulated lamb milk replacer perform just as well as lambs running naturally with the ewe

FARMING MATTERS: Study into rearing surplus lambs

We lamb in the spring, but for farmers who are looking ahead to the Easter market, indoor lambing is now underway.

Opinion
Aylesbury Vale District Council closes Limecart and Incgen company

Aylesbury Vale District Council closes Limecart and Incgen company

Vale Commerce Ltd has been put into a 'dormant' state after the business failed to meet 'initial targets' and struggled against private sector competition.
Business
Mr Peter Farquhar died in 2015

UPDATE: Three men arrested in connection to Maids Moreton deaths released

The three men arrested over the deaths of two people in Maids Moreton earlier this week have now been released.
Crime
Chef Tom stands proudly behind the mammoth pizzas

Is this the largest pizza you can buy in Buckingham?

Pizza lovers in Buckingham are soon to find a slice of heaven, following the reopening and rebranding of one of the town’s well-known restaurants.

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The talented ten-year-old is being considered for a place in the famous record book

Buckingham schoolgirl dances into the record books

A ten-year-old from Buckingham has danced her way into the record books, by taking part in the world’s largest group dance.

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The councils planning committee met on January 15 to discuss the proposals

'It'll double the size of the village': Buckingham Town Council oppose village developments

Buckingham Town Council has opposed plans to build 340 homes in Maids Moreton, which would effectively double the size of the village.

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University of Buckingham

University of Buckingham launches scheme to support Bucks schools with training their teachers

The University of Buckingham has launched a new scheme giving schools the chance to nominate staff for a £100 scholarship scheme.

Education
Paul Clayson

Former Northamptonshire quarry to become angling site

Years of work to transform a former quarry into a coarse fishing site will not go to waste after a new owner bought the land and vowed to press on with plans.

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Editor’s column: There’s nothing finer than a ride on a double decker bus!

Editor’s column: There’s nothing finer than a ride on a double decker bus!

It’s true! I absolutely love riding on double decker busses, on the front at the top!

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Police are re-appealing for help to trace Linda Finau, 16, missing from Ambrosden since January 5. Bottom right is a CCTV image of Linda when she was seen in Nuneaton on January 13.

UPDATED WITH NEW INFORMATION: ‘We love you and miss you’: Mum’s appeal to missing Bicester teenage girl

A mum has made a direct appeal as police continue to search for a 16-year-old girl from Bicester missing since January 5.

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Latest weather news with MetDesk in Wendover

Weather Watch: There could be more snow to come

As we pass the half way point of this winter, we can already reflect on a couple of snowy days in the Vale, most notably on December 10 when several centimetres accumulated in most parts.

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The Jersey Boys

Here come the boys to Milton Keynes Theatre

I see a lot of shows in this job, and one of the best I have ever seen for sheer uplifting joy, is The Jersey Boys.

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