Three people had a miraculous escape when their helicopter crashed – less than one mile from the M1.
This week, Willen Hospice wants Milton Keynes to Go Blue in a bid to raise vital funds for its future.
Milton Keynes has the “best cinema in the country” according to MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman, as he celebrated the launch of MK1’s ODEON.
Milton Keynes needs a longer-term fix for its finances becauses the challenges are getting “harder, not better”, says the leader of the council.
People in Milton Keynes have “the power to make a change”, according to the prospective MP for the Green Party.
Every boy has dreams of being a racer. From taking a racing line around a roundabout, to dropping the clutch at a traffic light to get a jump on the oblivious competitor in the next lane. It’s probably not just guys either.
Grieving parents of a child killed crossing the road say they do not blame the driver involved in her death.
An investigation has been launched after three people were injured in a fire at a parish house this morning.
A father whose severely disabled son was charged for respite care the family could not afford has received an apology from authorities.
“It feels like I’ve been campaigning for 100 years”, says Labour’s prospective parliamentary candidate.
A blanket of snow covered Milton Keynes overnight - much to the delight of many children.
A Labour government will “trust” the people of Milton Keynes by handing over power to spend money on what matters to them, says Ed Miliband.
City-wide public roadshows justifying £70million cuts to services have come to end as the consultation period ends tomorrow.