The Imam of a city Mosque today condemned the actions of killers in Woolwich during an impassioned speech before weekly prayers.
The man arrested following a fire in Great Linford in which a middle-aged woman died will not face any charges.
A David and Goliath battle has ended in bitter defeat for a couple forced out of business by a ‘greedy’ supermarket giant.4 comments
Jacqui Burnett was advised to not work with people but consider gardening as a career option.
The two places couldn’t be more different - we have concrete, it has ornate, chocolate box cottages and pretty streets steeped in history, writes Sammy Jones.
A group which encourages people with heart problems to exercise is looking for volunteers.
Residents of Fishermead Residents Association rolled up their sleeves and got down to the gritty task of clearing the estate of rubbish on Saturday.
Three wild boar piglets are being hand reared by zoo keepers - with the help of a cuddly toy sheep.
Extremely competitive would probably be the best way to describe Sunday’s New City Heating League Cup finals as two sides completed fantastic doubles this season.
Darts wonderkid Billy Holmes has earned a helping hand in his bid to reach the top after being signed up by a sports management company that will pay his expenses for the next six years.
Seventy-two teams involving 966 students from 46 schools across Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes were whittled down to one winner to represent the patch at the next stage of the Young Enterprise business competition.
Inter Faith were just seconds away from a shock 2-1 win over RJ Fitness in the MK Sunday League Bill Johnson Cup final on Sunday. Then this happened (see video).
A school business team from Aylesbury beat off competition from the new city and the rest of the county to win the Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes area final of the Young Enterprise competition.
Readers wrote to the Citizen this week outraged by litter left in the aftermath of the MK Marathon.
What’s up pussycat? video
Citizen reporter and Cats Protection volunteer Sally Murrer talks to Sammy Jones about her current role - nurturing an abandoned kitten.
A city group aimed at older adults was visited by both city MPs and the Mayor of Milton Keynes, Councillor Catriona Morris today.
Incoming Milton Keynes mayor Brian White has chosen two charities to support this year - and one of them is a cause championed by the late Princess Diana.
Milton Keynes companies have been challenged to use cyberspace to turn the new city into a true world player.
A hi-tech CCTV van is being used by police officers and council chiefs to tackle city crime and target problem areas.
Motorists are being invited to take part in a petrol station check to ensure their vehicles are safe against criminals.
Hundreds of entrepreneurs from across the region have gathered at Cranfield University’s school of management today (Thursday) to get tips and advice at the sixth annual Venture Day.
Thousands of people pounded the pavements inthe city’s second annual MK Marathon on Bank Holiday Monday.1 comment
The new Waitrose store at Oakgrove is set to open its doors on Thursday.
Students young and old were beWITCHed by the world’s oldest digital computer today.
The Mayor’s official car was stolen yesterday morning as the chauffeur got out to help the Mayor put on her mayoral chain.1 comment
The final of this year’s Milton Keynes Food Awards Asian cook-off took place on Wednesday.
One of Bedfordshire’s flagship companies needs engineers to fill a big skills gap.
Hosting the Rugby World Cup in 2015 won’t just be about international visitors, but for local rugby fans too, says MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman.1 comment
Milton Keynes will play host to three Rugby World Cup games in 2015.
Leader of Milton Keynes Council, Councillor Andrew Geary, says the city will be well prepared for an estimated 200,000 visitors during the 2015 Rugby World Cup.1 comment
Parliament was held at Kilkenny House on Friday amongst the elderly residents.
Two baby penguins abandoned by their parents are being hand reared by kindly keepers at Whipsnade Zoo.
With almost 3,000 under his belt, Adam Faiers finished his last ride of the season in style on Saturday.
Long distance athlete Bren Vaughan broke the world record for the fastest marathon distance while dribbling a football when he took on the challenge at Hazeley Academy.
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Weather for Milton Keynes
Saturday 25 May 2013
Temperature: 5 C to 15 C
Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: North
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Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: North west