The jury at the trial of a man accused of gunning down High Wycombe woman Natasha Derby on a dancefloor has retired to consider its verdict.
JOHN Gorman and John Salako will sit down this week to discuss the winger's future at Wanderers.
The future shape of the built environment in Wycombe will determine whether the town is a vibrant place to live and work or whether it misses the opportunity to stand out on the map.
It was far from the house of her dreams when Martine Veniez bought a run down semi in 1998 for £65,000.
If ever a film director was born to tackle the weird and wonderful work of Roald Dahl, it's surely Tim Burton.
ROWING: Hannah Read won gold for England in the junior coxless pairs at the Home Countries International Regatta at Cardiff Bay.
DOUBLE-KIDNEY transplant patient Sharon Barlow won seven medals at the World Transplant Games in Canada and claimed a World Record into the bargain.
NICOLA Sanders has capped a terrific season by qualifying for the World Championships in Helsinki this month.
A FAMILIAR face was welcomed into Marlow last Monday, as Mr Toad from children's book The Wind in the Willows arrived to meet and greet youngsters as well as someone not so young.
TRAFFIC-calming measures are urgently needed on Bisham roads to avoid further accidents, residents have said at a meeting.
THE NHS Trust which provides services for mentally ill people Buckinghamshire Mental Health Trust has been given no stars for the third year in a row. But chief executive Julie Waldron says things have improved during the current year and that the trust provides good patient care.
Radical plans to rejuvenate Wycombe town centre for the next century are now being discussed with help from the public. We report on the latest ideas and how re-opening a river is key to the plans.
DEMOLITION work for the new Wycombe shopping complex is underway, with Iceland in Desborough Road the first store to be levelled.
A HOMEOWNER says the Royal Mail ignored incorrectly delivered registered post for more than a week after receiving a bumper delivery.
A MUM who won a struggle to get her son into a grammar school of her choice, only to be told she would have to pay for transport to get him there, has now won that battle too.
A HOLIDAYMAKER who was near the scene of the Egyptian terrorist bombings has told of his terror after what sounded "like a firework" went off near his hotel.
A WYCOMBE family are counting their lucky stars after surviving the full impact of a hurricane in Mexico.