Milton Keynes cannot be known for having “concrete cows, roundabouts and a rapist taxi driver”, says the new licensing committee chairman.
Daniel Ricciardo’s excellent debut season with Red Bull Racing has come as a surprise to many in the F1 paddock.
Six people have been rushed to hospital after a suspected chemical leak at a dry cleaners.
The city’s Midsummer Boulevard lit up in spectacular style on Saturday night, getting everyone in the Christmas spirit.
Santa arrived on his sleigh with elves in tow to give centre:mk shoppers a special festive treat.
The families of three Polish prodigies who 70 years ago shared their groundbreaking work on breaking Enigma with the Codebreakers visited Bletchley Park on Wednesday.
This weekend marks the final time Sebastian Vettel will don the overalls of Red Bull Racing, ending a career-long association with the team.
A grieving grandmother had her handbag stolen as she lay flowers at her late husband’s resting place.
Father Christmas arrived in spectacular style at Frosts Garden Centre in Woburn Sands on Saturday with his procession of giant snow fairies and elves.
An investigation into how a rapist was allowed to drive a city taxi for three years has been detailed in a report released this morning.
Youngsters at Broughton Fields Primary School are cooking up a treat ahead of their world record attempt on Friday.
The gloves are off in the fight against cancer, thanks to some boxing enthusiasts entering the ring for a Ultra White Collar Boxing event.
The city’s leading figures commemorated Armistice Day with members of the public at the MK Rose this morning.
A two-minute silence to commemorate Armistice Day was held at the MK Rose in Campbell Park this morning.
Hundreds of people descended upon Bletchley Park to pay respect to those who have lost their lives in conflict.
A city youngster is set to become a star of the small screen after being chosen to appear in Debenhams’ Christmas advert due to air this weekend.
What is the single most used piece of product packaging in the UK? Answer: The humble plastic milk bottle.
The city’s annual firework display in Campbell Park was back with a bang last night for the 36th year.
It has given audiences the time of their lives since 2011 when the classic 80s film transformed onto the stage - and their performances at Milton Keynes Theatre has been no different.
MK Dons kicked off a football roadshow when they headed to Aylesbury Grammar School last week.