WE'VE rounded up some of this week's most read stories, just in case you may have missed them.

1. The devastated family of a young High Wycombe woman who passed away of coronavirus paid tribute to her. 

Chloe Middleton, 21, died last week of the virus. 

Bucks Free Press:

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2. Recycling collections were suspended around Wycombe and Chiltern this week because of coronavirus. 

The suspension will include both paper and card along with mixed dry recycling such as cans, glass, and plastics.

However, the councils did say that recycling collections at communal properties (flats/HMOs) will continue to take place.

Bucks Free Press:

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3. A fight between people in two different vehicles in High Wycombe saw one person stabbed and another suffer head injuries on Sunday (March 22). 

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward following the broad daylight attack on Desborough Park Road. 

Bucks Free Press:

Full details of the attack here. 

4. A woman who suffers from a rare type of breast cancer is taking a Marlow pharmaceutical company to the High Court.

Susan Axelby, from South Yorkshire, blames Allergan for "unsafe" breast implants she had put in place after preventative surgery, arguing the products were unsafe and led to the development of her cancer.

Bucks Free Press:

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5. A man who has been described as a "burden to the community" because of antisocial behaviour and wasting emergency services time has been jailed for flouting a ban from High Wycombe town centre. 

Daniel Wickes, 53, of Tilling Crescent, High Wycombe, was sentenced to a total of 39 days’ in prison. 

Bucks Free Press:

Full story here.