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Victoria makes it happen with Rapid Sales Solutions
Hearing a British Olympic star talk about being a winner was the inspiration entrepreneur Victoria Beale needed to launch her own business.
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High Court decision to decide on widow's right to keep dead husband's sperm
A High Court decision to decide whether a grieving widow from Milton Keynes can keep her dead husband's sperm, is expected later today.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Amy Childs denies affair with former England cricketer Darren Gough
' Amy thought he was charismatic and charming, and they got on really well, but he is not her type.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
A 50m funding package to support HA's multiple projects
The housing provider says it will use the three-year revolving credit facility to support projects in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire.
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Car damage is just pot luck
Pot holes that have provoked danger and damage have been slammed as 'atrocious' by a man whose car suffered 2,800 worth of damage.
Henry's legacy gets off to a flying start
Friends and supporters were invited to an official launch of the Henry Allen Trust on Friday with Trust patrons Karl Robinson and Ann Marie Davies, and Mayor of Milton Keynes, Councillor Brian White, give moving speeches.
Westgate Windfall as council backs plan to help - re-establish retail sector'
MORE than A 230m will be pumped into the city's economy every year if the Westgate Centre revamp is approved next week, officials have claimed.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Extension of Howe Park School gets under way with special assembly
A special assembly marked the start of works on an expansion project at Howe Park School, in Emerson Valley, Milton Keynes.
Entry by cat or dog food only
Instead organisers are asking for a tin of dog or cat food in exchange for a seat at the concert by the Cisaro Trio.
Pupils learn of school place offers
Children across England are today learning whether they have won a coveted place at their first choice of secondary school, but for tens of thousands of youngsters, the day is likely to have brought disappointment.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Man stabbed three times in John Lewis car park
A man was stabbed three times during a GBH incident on Tuesday after being chased by a group of men.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Chimney Cottage, Crow Lane
A well maintained cottage said to date back to the 17th century with newly replaced double glazed timber windows.
Intu says rental income to fall again as net asset value declines
British shopping mall owner Intu Properties, said full-year net asset value fell 3 percent, hit by the costs of financial restructuring and an equity placing, and forecasted rental income to further decline this year.
City OAP is richer after old rings are returned to home
Local auctioneer experts J Humbert held the free valuations day at Central Milton Keynes library in aid of Willen Hospice.
1,000 books set to help African eyes
A charity based in Milton Keynes has received more than 1,000 specialist books to help detect eyesight problems in Uganda.
Developers face wrath over state of old farmhouse
An historic farmhouse that was once one of the most glorious buildings in Milton Keynes has been allowed to go to rack and ruin -by a property developer.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
MK highlighted as prosperous by Financial Times
Milton Keynes has been described as "an extremely prosperous town" in an article by the Financial Times which said Gross Value Added has risen to 8.7 billion.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
EXCLUSIVE: 'Paedogate' storm has its roots in MK
The national 'Paedogate' controversy involving MP Harriet Harman has its roots right here in Milton Keynes, where an Open University employee founded and chaired the Paedophile information Exchange.
Wife murdered her husband because he was dying from leukemia and...
Soldier ignites online firestorm after she posts selfie while avoiding flag salute with the caption 'I don't give a f***' Wife murdered her husband because he was dying from leukemia and claimed he said 'I love you' as she strangled him Jailed: Sheila Sampford, 75, killed her husband John, 83, as he lay in bed and claimed she had done it 'out of ... (more)
Kris Hopkins Sees Cutting Edge Homes For Older People In Milton Keynes
The Lovat Fields Village in Milton Keynes shows how better housing can transform the lives of older people, Housing Minister Kris Hopkins said this week.