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Firefighters urge caution on No Smoking Day
AS national No Smoking Day arrives, Bucks firefighters are reminding smokers that careless disposal of cigarettes is the single biggest killer in house fires across the country.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Perfect pooch Ron is a Crufts winner
More than 21,500 dogs went walkies to Crufts last week, but it was Milton Keynes dog lover Yricka Gardener from Walnut Tree, and her prized pooch Ron who walked away with a top prize.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
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Uk Ev Charging Stations Up and Running
March 11, 2014: A network of 14 electric vehicle rapid chargers, forming Milton Keynes CrossLink and supplied and operated by Chargemaster Plc, has been completed four weeks before the planned launch date.
College students show off their on the job training
Students at Milton Keynes College had the chance to showcase their skills to Labour's Education Minister, Tristram Hunt MK, last Thursday.
Pearl's a winner of Gundogs Group at Crufts dog show
Crufts is the world's largest dog show and was established in 1891 by Charles Cruft.
Man, 30, charged with arson at Bletchley Mosque
A 30-year-old man is set to appear to appear at Milton Keynes Magistrates' Court this morning charged in connection with arson at the Mosque in ManorRoad, Bletchley.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Get your discounted compost bin now
Green fingered gardeners still have a few weeks to buy a discounted compost bin as prices are set to increase from next month.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
DMG Mori Delivers Machine Tools for Champions at Mach 2014
MACH 2014 is the UK's largest event for Manufacturing Technologies. Over five days, more than 20,000 visitors will see some 500 exhibitors putting their latest technologies and innovations through their paces.
Arrest over mosque 'arson attack'
Police said a man had been seen acting suspiciously before a fire started at the back of the mosque on Manor Road, Bletchley, at about 01:00 GMT.
Volunteers needed for Alzheimer's Society
Stony Stratford: Volunteers are needed to support the Alzheimer's Society's popular Art & Craft Group in Stony Stratford on a Tuesday morning.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
VIDEO: John Bercow visits MK Community Cardiac Group
The manager of Milton Keynes Community Cardiac Group said she was extremely proud of her staff and volunteers after the visit of John Bercow.
Two up in the air, two down? Couple spend 40,000 transforming the...
Personal trainer pleads guilty to being part of a ring that kidnapped and beat Orthodox Jewish husbands to coerce them to grant their wives religious divorces Two up in the air, two down? Couple spend A 40,000 transforming the first floor of their terraced home into a Boeing 737 aeroplanea and it has got so big they are moving it to an industrial ... (more)
Lib Dem Health Minister visits Milton Keynes
The Lib Dem Minister for Health Norman Lamb visited MK yesterday to investigate whether health services are adequate for the city's growing population.
Forget the private syndicate.. and try some urban carping
Carp angling is not just about getting away from it all on private, secluded lakes.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
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.
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.