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Rabbi pens book about Jewish life in Bucks
A RABBI has written a book about Jewish life in Bucks and Berks, and was surprised to discover how deeply rooted the faith was in the area.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Inquest: Beaconsfield biker in fatal crash under influence of drugs
A MAN who was killed by a train had been "living a falsehood" and fooling his family into thinking he had a job, an inquest heard.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Gliding club wins grant of nearly A 10,000 for more safety measure
The funding, from the Sport England Small Grants programme, will be used to fit collision avoidance units in its tugs and two-seater training gliders.
Health meetings outcome: NHS patients want better communication
BETTER communication from the health services to its patients was highlighted as a key factor in improving NHS-users' experience in Bucks, according to the outcome of a series of meetings aiming to improve healthcare in the county.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Planning applications for November 26
Change of use of existing building from A2 use to C3 residential with erection of part single/part two storey rear extension to 6 Chapel Street to create two 2-bed dwellings with internal alterations, provide rear amenity space, parking provision and erection of detached single garage to 8 Chapel Street.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Prepare for railway chaos over Christmas and New Year: Festive...
Prepare for railway chaos over Christmas and New Year: Festive services face widespread disruption - including routes to Gatwick, Heathrow and Manchester airports John Hall is Senior Online Reporter at The Independent.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Shoplifting for food is on the increase, and left, Chief Constable Steve Finnigan
About 20 businesses in Marlow have so far signed up to Shopwatch, set up by Thames Valley Police with Marlow Town Council, to combat the recent rise in the crime.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Sir Michael Parkinson backs 5m children's hospice campaign
A CHILDREN'S Hospice charity has launched a two year campaign to raise A 5m to build a new site that will serve the Wycombe and Marlow areas.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
CHRISTMAS in Marlow will begin tonight as the town's lights switch on ushers in the festive season.
The event is expected to give retailers a boost, with a double dose of seasonal celebrations coming in a fortnight with the traditional Late Night Shopping on December 5. At Marlow Methodist Church, Spittal Street, on Saturday there will be a Christmas Fayre from 10am to 2pm with proceeds going to charities.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Residents ask for village police office
The village no longer has a police station but does have an office for its community policing team, although this is not open to the public.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
'Totalitarian' parking fines on Remembrance Day blasted
COUNCIL chiefs have been accused of acting like "the worst totalitarian regimes" after drivers were slapped with parking fines near to a Remembrance Day service.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Caversham Rewards Card offers discount for local shoppers
The scheme, sponsored by Bina Tandoori, Nationwide and St Martin's Centre, follows similar initiatives in Marlow and Princes Risborough Traders have teamed up to launch the Caversham Rewards Card, offering money off at many of the stores and restaurants.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Wycombe green belt needed for up to 7,700 new homes
GREEN belt land is under threat as planners earmark it for thousands of new homes - possibly as many as 7,700 - across the Wycombe district.