UPHOLSTERER Lee Sheridan was killed when he lost control of his car after negotiating a bend, an inquest heard.>
ANGRY David Oliver says he may have to stop seeing his son to avoid what he claims are crippling financial demands from the Child Support Agency.>
RESIDENTS affected by the building of a freight-rail link through the Chilterns will receive the full market price for their property, Central Railway has announced.
POLICE are warning churches to be alert after a vicious conman tried to swindle hundreds of pounds from ministers.
AN elderly woman who sparked a full-scale police search when she went missing from a nursing home has been found safe and well.
FIONA CASTLE was guest of honour at the opening of the Roy Castle Centre for Lung Cancer Research on Tuesday.>
FORMER Prime Minister John Major described Sir Ray Whitney as a friend through good times and bad when he joined a reception to mark his 20 years as Wycombe MP.>
LANDLADY Sue St Hillaire has revealed how her pub was sent poison pen letters about Chinnor's TV weatherman Bill Giles.>
EDUCATION inspectors have expressed concern about the safety of pupils walking to school along a dangerous stretch of road.
Budding problem hits waterways
THE mystery disappearance of one of High Wycombe's new granite balls left traders puzzled this week.
REFUSE collectors have been warned that they might lose their contract after complaints about late collections.>
POPULAR TV presenter Emma Forbes was on hand to celebrate the reopening of TGI Friday's in High Wycombe.>
JUST as I was hauling out my old Olympia Splendid, the now out-dated but, hopefully, still trusty, portable typewriter, to try to gather a few thoughts together for yet another column, I was interrupted by the phone bell.
New surgery: Dr North Demand: Dr Morrow DOCTORS James Morrow and Chris North are setting up an out-of-hours surgery to cater for the hectic lives of commuters.
SCHOOL headteachers are warning that gridlock at Handy Cross roundabout could wreck exam schedules.
Young driver died after losing control
Ross kicks booze-up into touch for opera EASTENDERS hardman Grant Mitchell showed his mettle on the rugby field but bowed out of a post-match dinner for a night at the opera.
A PAIR of kidnappers who held their victim hostage in High Wycombe have had their nine-year jail sentences ruled "manifestly excessive" by appeal court judges.
COUNTY councillor Bob Woollard is fighting a loophole in the law which allowed a rally to pass within yards of villagers' homes.
Rachel's in the money
Rail-link homeowners get improved offer
Footie fans or stars?
here are so many likeable things about this excellent romantic comedy that it is hard to know what to praise first.>
Planners' stance wins approval
Cllr Campbell came to Marlow carrying an army camp bed, an old duffel coat, and a bottle of Johnny Walker whisky.
ELECTRICAL engineer Phil Perkins reacted with horror when he saw Sureway's latest weapon in the High Wycombe parking wars.
HUNKS HELP FOTTIE WIVES
TV weatherman Bill Giles told Midweek that his own niece had plagued him with poison pen letters for seven years.>
BEACONSFIELD scraped a draw at Basingstoke as they began their defence of the Thames Valley title on Saturday.
TRADITIONAL sweet shop Sweet Talk will close quietly next Saturday after 75 years in Marlow High Street.
SUPERINTENDENT Roger Young's pledge to promote old-fashioned policing and to help rid the Force of corruption is to be applauded.>
RECRUITMENT consultant Andrew Pope accuses a hospital of a lack of security after saying he found a tramp sleeping in a doorway and his car stereo was stolen.
BRAVE Jake Pullin is to be honoured by the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust when the charity dedicates a research laboratory in his name.>
IT isn't any wonder that American writer Chip Martin is launching his latest novella The Paper-Pulper's Wife in Marlow - it was because of his time living in the area that he ended up embarking upon a writing career.
AN unusual two bedroom bungalow on the private Abbotsbrook estate at Bourne End is for sale through Hunt & Nash.
he Russell family didn't pay much attention to the garden when they moved into their new house.>
THERE is one big advantage of going to see the film Deep Impact. While you are in a darkened cinema for nearly two hours, you will be able to cogitate about the famine in Sudan, finalise your England World Cup squad, or weigh up the differences between Marmite and Bovril - you won't need to exercise a single cell of grey matter on this movie.
WHAT better way to start a week at work than sitting in a traffic jam for a few hours? That was the prospect facing thousands of motorists last Tuesday as they crept towards the notorious Handy Cross intersection after the traffic signals on the Cressex roundabout failed just after 7am and once again threw the junction into gridlock.>
idding for a house you've set your heart on can land you in an emotional and financial minefield, says Jonathan Harington.>
LAURA Patterson celebrated the news of her second selection for the Great Britain junior squad with her second club record in two weeks.
COUNCILLORS are celebrating after a Government inspector threw out plans for a Chinese takeaway in Beaconsfield Old Town.
DETECTIVE Constable Dee Mazurkiewicz has been awarded around £150,000 after winning a landmark industrial tribunal citing sexual harassment against Thames Valley Police.
FIREFIGHTERS were called to two houses after their roofs were struck by lightning as thunderstorms swept South Bucks.
MARLOW coach Derek White said it was just like the old days as his ex-colleagues from Scotland's 1990 Grand Slam winning team took on Marlow in his testimonial at Riverwoods on Saturday.
BOSSES at Thames Water are warning people not to flush their cotton buds down the toilet because they threaten our rivers.>
EXPERIENCE won the day at this year's annual sports awards with Colin Tattersall and Pat Siderfin claiming the male and female Sports Personalities of the Year.
NURSES in South Bucks said they were too overworked to take part in this year's International Nurses Day celebrations.
THE student son of a Metropolitan policeman hanged himself days after meeting with his college principal to discuss dropping some subjects, an inquest heard.