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Bolbeck Park murder victim is named by police

A woman in her 60s murdered after a burglary at a house in Bolbeck Park has been identified as being Hang Yin Leung.
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Whaddon Church of England First School Green Tree Schools

Green youngsters win gold by discovering the great outdoors

Pupils at a city first school are celebrating being presented with a gold award by the Woodland Trust.

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Kiddi Caru internet safety

Nursery supports safe surfing

Whizz-kids at Kiddi Caru love surfing online so the nursery is now supporting Safer Internet Day to help keep parents and little ones informed.

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Denbigh School Coca Cola regional runners up

Students put creative fizz into Coca-Cola’s Olympics challenge

It takes creativity, initiative and imagination to succeed in life and these are all qualities demonstrated by the students crowned as runners up in Coca-Cola’s latest business challenge.

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Countries first electric car showroom to open in Milton Keynes

Countries first electric car showroom to open in Milton Keynes

Chargemaster has won the contract to set up and operate a new EV Experience Centre in Milton Keynes.

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Milton Keynes businesses help create therapy garden for cancer patients

Milton Keynes businesses help create therapy garden for cancer patients

Businesses in MK have teamed up to create a stress reducing courtyard gardens outside the Macmillan Cancer Chemotherapy facilities at MK Hospital.

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Self-care advice for Milton Keynes residents while the winter weather lingers

NHS Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group is reminding patients of the health services available this winter.

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The Badminton Centre in Loughton Lodge

GB Badminton left 'staggered' after UK Sport reject their funding appeal

UK Sport have upheld their decision to withdraw £5.74m of funding to badminton ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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On The Verge reveal Griffin underpass artwork in Milton Keynes

On The Verge reveal Griffin underpass artwork in Milton Keynes

As part of the ‘Underpasses: connecting people connecting places’ project, On The Verge unveiled the first of two new underpass artworks and hosted a community performance by more than 100 residents and children on Friday.

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Royal British Legion offering D-Day veterans tours to Normandy to pay their respects

The Royal British Legion’s travel arm is offering D-Day veterans free-of-charge tours to Normandy, but as the organisation has no database of D-Day veterans, it needs your help to spread the word.

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Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug

Shigellosis: Parent guide to everything you need to know about highly infectious bug in schools

This highly-infectious vomiting bug is sweeping schools across the UK, leading to a warning to parents to know the symptoms.

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Milton Keynes Council LED street lights helps reduce carbon footprint

The Council’s Highways team has reduced its carbon footprint and saved energy through changing street lights to LEDs.

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Milton Keynes residents collectively travel 30,000 miles in new street game

Milton Keynes residents collectively travel 30,000 miles in new street game

Beat the Street – Milton Keynes’ giant walking and cycling initiative – has taken the city by storm with organisers saying there has been an ‘unprecedented’ response to the game.

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Argos based in Milton Keynes fined for paying below minimum wage

Argos based in Milton Keynes fined for paying below minimum wage

Argos has been fined £1.5m by HMRC for paying workers less than the minimum wage.

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Jailed: Ian Cupid

Milton Keynes man sentenced to four years imprisonment for drugs offences

A 51-year-old man has been convicted of drugs offences in Milton Keynes.

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‘No plans’ to downgrade services at Milton Keynes Hospital

‘No plans’ to downgrade services at Milton Keynes Hospital

Milton Keynes Hospital has denied that some of its departments could be identified for possible closure.

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NHS IN CRISIS: ‘Stroke patients will have to travel further to fewer hospitals in future’

NHS IN CRISIS: ‘Stroke patients will have to travel further to fewer hospitals in future’

Many of the plans to shake up services in the NHS and change the way of working talk about having specialised services - but campaigners fear this may mean patients travelling further to fewer hospitals.

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Morrisons recall meat product after listeria is found in packs

Morrisons recall meat product after listeria is found in packs

Supermarket Morrisons has recalled one of its meat products over concerns it may cause flu-like symptoms.

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NHS IN CRISIS: GP numbers in England heading for a ‘cliff edge’

NHS IN CRISIS: GP numbers in England heading for a ‘cliff edge’

GP numbers are heading for a ‘cliff edge’ as almost 40 per cent approach retirement in the next few years, it has been warned.

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NHS IN CRISIS: Health service must not rely on ‘nursing on the cheap’

The NHS must not be forced to rely on ‘nursing on the cheap’ as vacancies of fully-qualified staff mount and trainees on cheaper and quicker courses are brought in, the Royal College of Nursing has warned.

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