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Man disturbed burglar as he attempted to reach through the window
A Milton Keynes man managed to stop his home being burgled when he disturbed someone trying to get in through a window.
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SLIDESHOW: Milton Keynes Citizen and MK Dons fun day hailed a great success
The Citizen Dons Family Fun Day was hailed another great success on Saturday - despite a disappointing result on the pitch.
18 hrs ago
Bletchley man who sexually assaulted a woman as he burgled her home...
A Bletchley man sexually assaulted a 26-year-old woman while she was asleep after breaking into her house on Christmas day.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Clegg outlines garden cities plan
Up to three garden cities, each with more than 15,000 homes will be built to help deal with a "chronic" housing shortage, Nick Clegg has announced.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Health care firm celebrates 30 years
Bostock Health Care, set up by Jean Brown, a former cardiac nurse, and now run by her daughter Jo O'Donovan, have run courses for international giants like Coca-Cola as well as SDC Construction in Bedford, the Ice Bar in London and the University of Cranfield.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Pupils stressed by targets culture
Children are feeling stressed, anxious and afraid to fail due to a "targets" culture in schools, a poll has found.
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Action is needed now on health care says report
A report of services in the county, the Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes Healthcare Review, found major staff shortages and an ageing population was putting a huge strain on the quality and safety of the services.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Former Milton Keynes couple face extradition to US
A former Milton Keynes couple fear they could be extradited 'any day now' after they were told their case will not be heard at the Supreme Court.
Bucks Free Press: Warning to wake up to dangers of smoking in the home
FIREFIGHTERS in Bucks are urging smokers to wake up to the deadly dangers of smoking - particularly when they are tired, as a third of all deaths in fires in the home are caused by cigarettes.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Milton Keynes charity outlines plans to put green spaces to use to make money
A charity which cares for Milton Keynes' green spaces has concluded a two-year consultation looking at ways to put the land to use to make money.
Series of burglaries in Milton Keynes
A series of burglaries across Milton Keynes that saw one house ransacked as the owner was inside has pushed police to remind owners to lock their doors.
Green MEP says 89 Milton Keynes pollution deaths should shame Government
Air pollution contributed to the deaths of 89 people in Milton Keynes in a year, according to a Government report.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
VIDEO: Battle for Milton Keynes chef of the year heats up
A cook-off to find the creme de la creme of chefs in Milton Keynes took place yesterday with nine talented contestants ravenous for the crown.
Cycling the county ready for role as High Sheriff
Sir Stuart Hampson on the left and Joe Barclay on the right. In the background on the left is The Lord Lieutenant for Buckinghamshire, Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher.
Milton Keynes health bosses admit services are falling behind rest of the country
Health bosses in Milton Keynes have called for urgent changes to local services to avoid being left behind the rest of the country.
Dog attack in Newport Pagnell
A dog had to be put to sleep after sustaining severe injuries in an attack by another dog in Newport Pagnell.
Milton Keynes customers left in limbo after Paul Simon store goes into administration
Customers of Paul Simon have been told that Lee Antony Manning and Nicholas Guy Edwards were appointed Joint Administrators of the business on April 2. A message on the store's website reads: "The affairs, business and property of the Company are being managed by the Joint Administrators.
Christians, Muslims, Sikhs, Buddhists, Hindus and Jews join together...
The Milton Keynes Council of Faiths held their annual dinner at the Himalaya Tandoori Restaurant in Bletchley with the Mayor of Milton Keynes as the guest of honour.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Milton Keynes fundraisers make Wear A Hat Day one of the best yet
Fundraisers from across Milton Keynes joined schools, businesses and individuals across the UK for Wear A Hat Day for Brain Tumour Research.
Bus campaigners urge people to join them on Milton Keynes services
The campaigners in the Simpson, Old Woughton and Woolstone areas are hoping to attract more passengers onto the improved Number 18 bus service.