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Get on your bike for Milton Keynes birthday celebrations

Forget about Tour De France, it’s Tour de Furzton Lake this June!

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Firefighters called to deal with ‘chemical smell’ from fridge-freezer in Milton Keynes

Firefighters called to deal with ‘chemical smell’ from fridge-freezer in Milton Keynes

Firefighters were called to deal with a chemical smell being omitted from a fridge-freezer in Bletchley this lunchtime (Wed).

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Milton Keynes residents urged to stock up on medication ahead of the Bank Holiday Weekend

Milton Keynes residents urged to stock up on medication ahead of the Bank Holiday Weekend

With the last May bank holiday weekend fast approaching, local health professionals are reminding people to think ahead and prepare to pick up prescriptions and stock up their medicine cabinets in case of any reduced bank holiday hours.

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An image taken moments after the attack. Inset: Ariana Grande.

Ariana Grande “offers to pay for victims’ funerals” after Manchester Arena attack

Popstar, Ariana Grande, has reportedly offered to pay for the funerals of those who died as a result of a terror attack in Manchester on Monday.

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Linking of Hands at intu Milton Keynes

Marking Dementia Awareness Week in Milton Keynes

Last week was Dementia Awareness Week and intu Milton Keynes, along with other MK businesses united together to raise awareness for the disease with the Alzheimer’s Society.

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Gulliver’s unveils 50ft dinosaur to celebrate Milton Keynes’ 50th birthday

Gulliver’s unveils 50ft dinosaur to celebrate Milton Keynes’ 50th birthday

To celebrate 50 years of Milton Keynes, Gulliver’s Land has unveiled two exclusive new attractions for the family to enjoy.

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M1 roadworks lifted for the hols

M1 roadworks lifted for the hols

Roadworks on the M1 around Luton are among 300 miles of works being lifted to help people travelling this May bank holiday.

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Mikron Theatre go ‘in at the deep end’ in Milton Keynes

Mikron Theatre go ‘in at the deep end’ in Milton Keynes

Mikron Theatre Company make a welcome stop in Milton Keynes next month, as their Summer tour travels throughout the region.

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Manchester vigil at MK Rose

'Milton Keynes stands with Manchester' in Campbell Park vigil

More than 200 people honoured those who lost their lives in the Manchester terror attack at a vigil at the MK Rose in Campbell Park on Tuesday evening.
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Police in Milton Keynes ‘reviewing security measures’ following terror attack in Manchester

Police in Milton Keynes ‘reviewing security measures’ following terror attack in Manchester

Following the tragic events in Manchester last night, the national threat level has been reviewed and remains at severe.

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The real cost of rubbish has been revealed by The Parks Trust

Shocking cost of litter dropped in Milton Keynes parks is revealed

The Parks Trust has calculated the true cost of dropping litter in the city’s many parks, woodlands and lakes.

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Wickes’ charity match at Milton Keynes Dons stadium helps raise £1,375 for dementia research

Wickes’ charity match at Milton Keynes Dons stadium helps raise £1,375 for dementia research

Losing a charity football match could not dampen the spirits of a team from Wickes after they got to live out their dream of playing at the Milton Keynes Dons’ stadium – while also raising £1,375.21 for Alzheimer’s Research UK.

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Fifteen jobs created at new Milton Keynes branch of The Co-op

Fifteen jobs created at new Milton Keynes branch of The Co-op

The Co-op will open its newest food store in Milton Keynes next week (Thursday, 1 June) following a £750,000 investment creating 15 jobs.

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Feeling hungry? New Asian cuisine restaurant opens in Milton Keynes this week

Feeling hungry? New Asian cuisine restaurant opens in Milton Keynes this week

An exciting unique concept in artisan Asian cuisine is coming to the Food Centre in Central Milton Keynes with the opening of Urban Dhaba on Friday.

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fidget spinner

Mum hits out at school ban on fidget spinners

A mum who claims a fidget spinner proved a “miraculous” help to her son’s ability to learn has hit out at a school for banning the gadgets.

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Police near the scene of the explosion in Manchester yesterday.

Manchester attack: Homeless man rushes to help, cradles dying woman in his arms

A homeless man who rushed into the Manchester Arena in the wake of the terror attack has described how he helped a girl with no legs and cradled a dying 60-year-old woman.

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HMP Woodhill has the highest number and rates for dates in prison in England and Wales.

Relatives lose High Court case relating to deaths at Woodhill Prison

The families of two men who died in Woodhill Prison have lost the judicial review over the rate of self-inflicted deaths at the jail.

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Milton Keynes Council flies flag at half mast after Manchester attack

Milton Keynes Council flies flag at half mast after Manchester attack

Milton Keynes Council has lowered the flag outside its HQ in Saxon Gate to half mast after last night’s terror attack in Manchester.

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Pamper youself and help Willen Hospice at the same time

Pamper night in support of Milton Keynes charity

Willen Hospice is hosting its first ever Pamper & Shopping Night on the evening of Wednesday, June 21.

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