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Adcocks hope for a Commonwealth repeat in Glasgow

Walking out in to the main hall of the Emirates Arena on Saturday morning, Gabby Adcock’s skin tingled with goosebumps.

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New online booking system launches for Milton Keynes Council’s Registration Service

New online booking system launches for Milton Keynes Council’s Registration Service

Milton Keynes Council’s Registration Service has launched a new online booking service, to make it easier for people to make an appointment during what can be a very emotional time.

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‘Feral’ children as young as 11 plague Milton Keynes traders

‘Feral’ children as young as 11 plague Milton Keynes traders

Children as young as eleven as making traders’ lives a misery by shouting abuse all day and even running across their shop ROOFS.

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Rhiannon Price, Matilda Revel and Maddy Remmington

Trio make England squad

MK Storm have completed a hat-trick of England U15 call-ups.

Ice Hockey
Long-term NHS savings plans need improving according to an NHS report.

Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group invites you to its annual meeting

NHS Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) – the local commissioners of healthcare services – is inviting the public to their annual general meeting.

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Marcia Gomez, Managing Director of Cotels, Steven Gordon-Wilson Chief Executive, Destination Milton Keynes and The Mayor of Milton Keynes, Cllr David Hopkins

City company celebrate MK50 with time capsule ceremony at their corporate HQ

A time capsule has been buried to mark MK50 by a city-based company which provides executive serviced apartments.

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Variety is the spice for younger tea drinkers

Variety is the spice for younger tea drinkers

While builder’s tea - milk, two sugars - may be the stereotypical cuppa for most Brits, it seems that younger consumers are more adventurous in their leaf of choice.

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Police

£200K to tackle Female Genital Mutilation and Cyber Crime in areas including Milton Keynes

A new grant fund has been launched by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley.

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Cricket

MK do their part to keep the pressure on at the top

Five wickets for Joe Fairbrother helped Miltob Keynes pick up maximum points against Printers to keep the pressure on Four Counties Division 1 leaders Thurleigh.
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Milton Keynes pub landlady witnessed her sister drown

Milton Keynes pub landlady witnessed her sister drown

A woman who watched her sister drown just days after her aunt’s funeral is raising funds for charities in her memory.

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Argos' headquarters is in the city centre in Milton Keynes

Argos worst in country for underpaying staff

Hundreds of Argos workers in MK are to receive compensation after the company was named and shamed as worst in the country for paying under the minimum or living wage.

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Colourful al fresco yoga class nets healthy sum for hospice

Colourful al fresco yoga class nets healthy sum for hospice

A festival themed outdoor yoga class joined by more than 250 people has raised over £1,800 for Willen Hospice.

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Graham Jones and Ewan Forsythe

Home victory for MMKAC sees them claim fourth overall

By virtue of an excellent victory in the fifth and final Southern Athletics League Division One match at Stantonbury, MMKAC's senior men and ladies track and field team finished in a very respectful fourth place.

Athletics
Robbie Neilson

Working for Robbie Neilson is ‘relaxed and organised’

Dons goalkeeping coach Paul Heald admitted he was willing to make way if Robbie Neilson asked him to when the Scot took over at Stadium MK last year.
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intu Milton Keynes wants to know your choices for its retail awards 2017

intu Milton Keynes wants to know your choices for its retail awards 2017

Which store gives the best customer service, who has gone the extra mile and who deserves to receive an award? You decide!

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Stony Stratford Lions donate to children affected by Grenfell Tower tragedy

Stony Stratford Lions donate to children affected by Grenfell Tower tragedy

Stony Stratford Lions members responded to the Grenfell Tower tragedy within hours of the fire, by helping to organise and donate to the purchase of 393 school rucksacks filled with age appropriate school items for primary children, secondary students plus smaller books and toys for the pre - school age group.

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SMIDS Peter Borg-Neal, CEO Oakman Inns with some of his team

Oakman Inns pub operator gets Royal seal of approval

What do Oakman Inns, Waitrose, Barclays, BAe and the Co-Op all have in common?

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Greg Rutherford

Greg Rutherford sets his sights on 2018 return

After being forced to sit out the chance to defend his world long jump title, London 2012 gold medallist Greg Rutherford has a newfound focus for his 2018 season.

Athletics
Sir Herbert Leon Academy

Academy students have reason to celebrate BTEC achievements

Results continue to improve at Sir Herbert Leon Academy with post-16 students making progress at a pace that supersedes the national average this year.

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Oakgrove School sixth form results

Oakgrove sixth formers leave on a high with outstanding results

Successful students at Oakgrove School are leaving on a high following another set of outstanding A Level results.

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