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Hydraulic rescue equipment used to free injured man after car collision in Milton Keynes

Firefighters used hydraulic rescue equipment to release a man, who was injured after a collision involving two cars at the Crossley Roundabout, Magna Park, shortly after 10pm last night.

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Milton Keynes charity launches new fundraising initiative to recycle Christmas trees

Milton Keynes charity launches new fundraising initiative to recycle Christmas trees

As part of a new fundraising initiative Willen Hospice will be offering to collect and recycle real Christmas trees from homes in Milton Keynes early in the new year.

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Children play under a water tap during a recess at a UNICEF supported primary school inside Bukasi Internally Displaced People's camp, in Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria, Tuesday 28 February 2017.

The prolonged humanitarian crisis in the wake of the Boko Haram insurgency has had a devastating impact on food security and nutrition in northeast Nigeria, leading to famine-like conditions in some areas, according to a World Food Programme (WFP) situation report from late February 2017. The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) projects that by June 2017 some 5.1 million people in Nigeria will be food insecure at crisis and emergency levels. As of 15 March 2017, over the past 12 months, UNICEF and partners have provided safe water to nearly 666,000 people and treated nearly 170,000 children suffering from severe acute malnutrition in the three conflict-affected northeast Nigerian states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa. As part of cholera preparedness, UNICEF and other WASH Sector pa

Make a splash in Milton Keynes and help make fresh water accessible to all

Woughton Leisure Centre is taking part in the global fundraising event, Workout for Water, for Les Mills and Unicef tomorrow (Sat, November 18) ahead of World Children Day.

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Milton Keynes schoolchildren receive Outstanding Junior Park Ranger award

Six schoolchildren from Bradwell Village Junior School have been recognised as Outstanding by The Parks Trust’s Junior Park Rangers scheme.

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Dancebox students will go to the panto ball in Milton Keynes

Following open dance school auditions, Dancebox Studios & Theatre Works students have been selected as the junior dancers in this year’s MK Theatre panto Cinderella.

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Two injured and woman rescued by firefighters after car collision in Milton Keynes this afternoon

Firefighters used hydraulic rescue equipment to release a woman following a collision in Milton Keynes this afternoon.

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Firefighters help bird in a flap in Milton Keynes

Forget hose reels and breathing apparatus, firefighters reached for their toolbox when they were called in to rescue a bird stuck in an airvent.

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Prime Minister praises Milton Keynes on its 50th anniversary

Prime Minister Theresa May has heaped praise on Milton Keynes on its 50th anniversary, paying tribute to the city’s “innovations, diversity and heritage.”

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Firefighters release man injured in collision in Milton Keynes

Firefighters used hydraulic rescue equipment to release a man who was injured after a collision last night (Tuesday).

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VIDEO: Milton Keynes train passengers urged to make small talk to save lives

Commuters in Milton Keynes are being asked to take part in a new suicide prevention campaign on the railways which could save lives.

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Milton Keynes Dons SET celebrates 10th anniversary with a musical spectacular

MK Dons SET presents an evening of iconic sporting themes along with a traditional ‘last night of the proms’ spectacular by Milton Keynes City Orchestra this Friday evening.

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Firearms Surrender launches in Milton Keynes

Just one gun off our streets could save a life.

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Terror attacks should be built into business continuity plans, expert tells Milton Keynes business leaders

Every business should have the possibility of a terror attack included in its emergency planning – because anywhere can be a target says a leading public safety consultant.

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The countdown to Milton Keynes’ town centre light switch-on has begun

The countdown to Milton Keynes’ town centre light switch-on has begun

This weekend’s City Centre Christmas Light Switch On promises to be the most spectacular that Milton Keynes has ever seen.

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Migration themed Islamic art exhibition opens in Milton Keynes

Last Thursday, for MK50 , Milton Keynes Islamic Arts Centre launched Al - Balad (The city) ‘Migration’ a new art exhibition with touring installation 50 Gold Al -Balad.

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The pupils from Long Meadow School

Milton Keynes Council chamber taken over by bunch of kids

A bunch of schoolchildren took over Milton Keynes Council chamber for a day - and made a “fantastic” job of it, according to the Mayor.

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Woman injured after collision in Milton Keynes

Firefighters used hydraulic rescue equipment to release a woman who was injured following a two car collision this morning (Tues).

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Milton Keynes’ THORS bar opens for business

Milton Keynes’ THORS bar opens for business

On Friday night guests including the Mayor of Milton Keynes, Cllr David Hopkins and ex cricketer Darren Gough helped launch intu Milton Keynes’ new THOR’S tipi bar in Oak Court.

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GALLERY: Christmas comes to centre:mk

GALLERY: Christmas comes to centre:mk

Thousands of festive fans made tracks to the centre:mk on Friday to get a glimpse of Santa Claus as he made his way to his special grotto in Middleton Hall,

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Youngsters lead the remembrance parade in Stony Stratford

Youngsters lead the remembrance parade in Stony Stratford

The remembrance parade in Stony Stratford was led by 40 beaver scouts, cub scouts, scouts and explorer scouts yesterday (Sunday).

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