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Murder investigation update: ‘How could anyone hurt pregnant Ella?’

A 24-year-old man is being questioned by police over the suspected brutal murder of a pregnant woman from New Bradwell.

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Death in a laundrette: Suspected crook from Milton Keynes is killed

Death in a laundrette: Suspected crook from Milton Keynes is killed

A suspected armed robber from Milton Keynes was killed during a “targeted, aggravated burglary” at a launderette.

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Jeremy Ose has a new Spiderman mural at his school

Six-year-old Milton Keynes boy who lost his legs and an arm to meningitis gets Spider-Man hero status

A little boy who lost both legs and an arm to meningitis has become a Spider-Man superhero at his primary school.

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The dead rats

Homeless Milton Keynes family left living among huddle of dead rats

A homeless family put in temporary accommodation by Milton Keynes Council found themselves with some unwelcome guests - in the form of dozens of RATS.

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The High Court

Young children win High Court case to take Milton Keynes Council to judicial review

Two children aged seven and eight have won a High Court case to take MK Council to a judicial review for failing to house them.

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‘Hidden’ mum found weak and emaciated in her own home in Milton Keynes

‘Hidden’ mum found weak and emaciated in her own home in Milton Keynes

The shocking case of a 29-year-old disabled mum discovered emaciated and neglected in her own home has sparked an investigation by Milton Keynes’ safeguarding experts.

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Teenage thugs slammed for stealing baubles from Newport Pagnell communal Christmas tree

Teenage thugs slammed for stealing baubles from Newport Pagnell communal Christmas tree

Volunteers who work all year round to light up a town at Christmas have hit out at teenage thugs who stole baubles from the communal Christmas tree.

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One tenth of Milton Keynes population could shift to Buckingham

One tenth of Milton Keynes population could shift to Buckingham

A large chunk of Milton Keynes, housing a tenth of the city’s population, could become part of BUCKINGHAM if Parliamentary boundary changes go ahead.

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Council tax is set to rise by nearly 5% in MK

Council tax to rise by 4.95% in Milton Keynes despite council’s £175m stash of savings

“Cash-strapped” Milton Keynes Council is cutting services and raising council tax by 4.95% while sitting on tens of millions of pounds worth of savings.

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Ikea in MK was evacuated

‘It was scary’ Hundreds of shoppers evacuated from Ikea in Milton Keynes after bomb alert

Hundreds of shoppers were evacuated from Ikea in Milton Keynes on Tuesday after a suspected bomb alert.

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Conservative Milton Keynes councillor, 70, reported for political incorrectness after incident with police woman

Conservative Milton Keynes councillor, 70, reported for political incorrectness after incident with police woman

A 70-year-old councillor has been reported for political incorrectness after telling a female police officer she ‘looked young enough to be at school’.

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Alissa Moore

Milton Keynes woman who was repeatedly abused by her father gets campaign boost

A woman from Milton Keynes who was repeatedly abused by her father and refused compensation after he was jailed, has taken a step forward in her campaign to change the so called ‘Same Roof Rule.’

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Rector and parishioner to learn whether six-year fight for zebra crossing on dangerous Milton Keynes road pays off

Rector and parishioner to learn whether six-year fight for zebra crossing on dangerous Milton Keynes road pays off

A rector and a parishioner are hoping their six year campaign for a zebra crossing on a dangerous road will end in victory next month.

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New Wetherspoon’s pub opens in Milton Keynes next week... and its sticking to its guns over controversial name

New Wetherspoon’s pub opens in Milton Keynes next week... and its sticking to its guns over controversial name

A new Wetherspoon’s pub is to open next week on the boundary of Fenny Stratford - and it’s sticking to the name that caused controversy with the town’s residents association.

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Oakhill ‘youth jail’ cannot control its young offenders, states damning report

Oakhill ‘youth jail’ cannot control its young offenders, states damning report

Oakhill young offenders’ centre is suffering a lack of adequate control with surging levels of violence, vandalism and secret weapons.

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Anne Marie Waters will be speaking in MK from noon. Picture from BBC

Far right rally to be held at secret venue in Milton Keynes

Anti-Islamists from the For Britain group are staging a fundraising event with tickets £55 a head at a secret destination in Milton Keynes on Saturday.

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Two women were captured on CCTV stealing floral tributes to MK'spopular 'Jack the potato man' who died recently

Shoppers mourning death of popular Milton Keynes jacket potato man disgusted at theft of tribute flowers

Shoppers mourning the death of ‘Jack the Potato Man’ at the city centre market were disgusted when floral tributes to the popular trader were STOLEN by two women.

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WATCH: Milton Keynes mayor David Hopkins has the X Factor as he belts out rock and roll number

Mayor of Milton Keynes councillor David Hopkins showed an unexpected talent for rock and roll recently.

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Newport Pagnell Christmas lights are back with big switch-on this weekend

Newport Pagnell Christmas lights are back with big switch-on this weekend

After three years of hard work by volunteers, the newly restored Newport Pagnell Christmas lights will be switched on this weekend.

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Plans for nearly 400 homes near Newport Pagnell ‘could help Milton Keynes homelessness crisis’

Plans for nearly 400 homes near Newport Pagnell ‘could help Milton Keynes homelessness crisis’

A housing association’s bid to build 377 homes just outside Newport Pagnell claims it offers a solution to the city’s homelessness crisis by delivering “much-needed” affordable homes to rent and buy.

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