In a Perfitt World: Will they keep things locked in the Cabinet?
PRO-LIFE campaigners have launched a petition against the 'gruesome' possibility of human cloning.
INTREPID fund-raisers Bella Price and Adam Crawford have returned home after completing a gruelling challenge for charity across the glaciers and mountains of Alaska.
BOOK-BUYERS queued with sleep in their eyes when the latest Harry Potter best-seller hit the bookshelves at the weekend.
THE father of a boy injured at Wycombe Summit dry ski slope has launched a campaign to get answers following the number of accidents at the centre.
FEARS over education standards and funding in the county were rasied following a return visit from Government inspectors.
PUPILS have won a major national science competition after exploring the solubility of sugar in water and adapting egg-timing devices
Schools have share of £14.5m Government fund
COUNCIL taxpayers could face a bill of up to £25 million to help pay for the Western Sector development, the Bucks Free Press can reveal.
MOTHER-OF-TWO Emma Spurrell blasted critics who condemned the state of High Wycombe Cemetery and said graveyard workers do a wonderful job.
Traders condemn pedestrianisation claiming it has affected business
RESIDENTS staged a 24-hour road blockade to protest against plans to build 16 one-bedroom homes in their street.
LAST Sunday, two coaches from High Wycombe took members of the Pakistani and Kashmiri community to London to join thousands of others from around Britain in support of the cause of self determination for Kashmir.
WHY is there so much secrecy about the Western Sector?
ROMANY gipsy church leader the Rev Terry Hurst has branded people in South Bucks as the most prejudiced in the UK.
Mann on Friday: Young 'uns shouldn't read Harry Potter - give them Chaucer
WHEN Tim Blott, the then editor of the BFP, asked me if I would like to contribute a weekly column to the newspaper I readily agreed - but I little thought that, ten years later, I would still be doing it.
A VILLAGE is divided over plans which would save a deaf school from closure.
DELIGHTED dog lover Pat Carey is keen to track down two youngsters who returned her missing Pekingese so she can thank them.
MOTHER and daughter will be hanging up their plimsolls and donning their pumps on Sunday as they limber up for the Hyde Park Fun Run.
A ROMANY gipsy church leader says people in South Bucks are the most prejudiced in the UK.
AN OLD English sheepdog is recovering from exhaustion and malnutrition after he was found at the side of the road.
CAMPAIGNERS staged a protest hours before Wycombe District Council decided to go ahead with a ballot of tenants on the controversial issue.
FORMER Free Press editor Arthur Church is finally putting his pen down at the age of 88 after a lifetime devoted to the newspaper.
A CLASS of 1980 is set to meet up in October for a reunion with just one classmate missing.
I WAS disappointed in the Bucks Free Press when I saw the misfortunes of Mr John Lowe, a good vet and kind man, blazoned across the news page of last Friday's edition in large letters.
Re: Closure of Evans Halshaw by Pendragon Plc - 'Motorist angry as dealer due to close today' (BFP, June 30)
Re: Proposal to move Marlow Regatta to Dorney
Re: Plans to build a freight line through South Bucks
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TELEVISION star Denise Van Outen could face a driving ban after being accused of travelling at nearly twice the speed limit.
THE Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir has addressed a full council chamber in High Wycombe and given a stark warning of the dangers of a nuclear war between India and Pakistan.
AN elderly widow has spoken of her disgust after thieves broke into her home and stole precious keepsakes and jewellery valued at £5,000.
SUPERMARKET giant Waitrose has given charities the chop after announcing they cannot collect outside the company's Marlow store.
MARLOW Town Centre Forum members fear that Wycombe District Coucil is trying to strangle its voice following a heated meeting last week.
PARISH councillors are calling for an emergency meeting with police after residents complained that crime in Bourne End is escalating.
LIBRARIES in Buckinghamshire would fail new Government Ofsted-style inspections which are due to be introduced.
WEATHERMAN Bill Giles said he will undergo a DNA test in a last-ditch bid to convince an obsessed stalker he is not her father.
JOURNALIST Paul Goodman is hot favourite to become the Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate for Wycombe at the next general election.
STAFF at the Bucks Free Press have been celebrating after the paper scooped a number of prestigious awards.
THREE new cameras may soon be added to the controversial CCTV network installed in Marlow in 1998.
THANK you for an interesting feature (Freetime) on breast cancer.