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Emily’s by-election win gives Bletchley ‘a strong voice’

Labour held the Bletchley East Council seat in a hard fought by-election today (July 20).

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The picturesque red-tiled roofs of Gudhjem is home to Denmark's annual 'Sol Over Gudhjem' cookery competition and its week long food festival.

Travel: The Baltic island of Bornholm is Denmark's secret delight

To the locals it's the 'The Sunniest Place in Denmark' yet the Danish island of Bornholm, with its picture-postcard fishing villages, dense beech and conifer forests, stunning beaches and rugged granite cliffs, is little known to us in Britain.

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Are you up for the challenge?

Willen Hospice wants to know if Milton Keynes people have a head for heights

Willen Hospice is challenging local people to test their nerve by taking on an abseil in support of the charity.

Health
Police are appealing for your help after yesterday's asault

Woman assaulted and dragged towards bushes in Milton Keynes - while walking with her baby

Police are appealing for witnesses following an assault in Conniburrow.

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Michael Bracey

Milton Keynes Council announces acting chief executive

Michael Bracey, Milton Keynes Council’s Corporate director for people has been confirmed as the council’s acting chief executive.

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Milton Keynes school celebrates happy award in style

To celebrate being the first infant school in the country to receive the Outstandingly Happy school award, Glastonbury Thorn primary school held a party earlier this week.

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Respected Milton Keynes GP calls for return of old-fashioned surgeries where patients see same doctor every time

Seeing the same GP at every appointment is far better for patients’ health, says retired Milton Keynes GP.

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Police hunting hack-saw maniac who is mindlessly destroying trees in Milton Keynes park

How could anybody do this to our trees in Milton Keynes?

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Amazon staff enjoying the circus-themed day

Milton Keynes helps set Amazon Prime Day record

The team from Amazon in Milton Keynes had double cause for celebration this week when they helped Amazon achieve its biggest Prime Day ever during fun activities to mark the fourth annual Prime Day event.
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Freya Stenning, Carla Owen, Michael Stafford and Jean Gowin of CityFibre supporting MK Hospital charity's cancer centre appeal

CityFibre supports Milton Keynes Hospital charity’s cancer centre appeal

CityFibre has kicked off its fundraising campaign for Milton Keynes Hospital Charity’s Cancer Centre Appeal with a bake sale at their MK office and hosting a ‘tea party’ along their dig route.

Business
Jailed: Frederick Willie

London drug dealers 'cuckooing' in Milton Keynes caught with 120 wraps of heroin and crack

A pair of London based drugs dealers who tried to set up a 'cuckoo' operation in Exeter were caught red handed after police were tipped off - and then came to Milton Keynes to set up a similiar operation.
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Lara Moffat celebrates her second place

Lara secures second in the hammer

No fewer than 16 MMKAC athletes represented Buckinghamshire Schools at the annual English Schools track and field Championships held in Birmingham.

Athletics
Shepherdswell Academy

Dancers from Milton Keynes academy bring the glitterball home

Talented young dancers from Milton Keynes have brought the glitterball tropy home after winning a competition.

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Trilogy by Eifion Wyn Williams

Trilogy following warriors uniting against Roman invasions penned by Fenny Stratford author

A writer from Fenny Stratford has published a trilogy of historical novels which bring the Roman invasions to life.

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Hungry Shark World on console supports 4k display

Console Corner: Hungry Shark signals change of tide in video gaming world

An announcement from Ubisoft this week has signalled a real change of tide in the world of video games.

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Grand manor home was once a hunting lodge used by Henry VIII

Grand manor home was once a hunting lodge used by Henry VIII

Cainhoe Manor is steeped in history.

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Hayes' boatyard around 1900, showing about 30 employees, probably one third of the workforce at the time. Pictures:  Wolverton and District Archaeological and Historical Society

Book reveals history of inland boatyard at Stony Stratford which traded for 50 years

The story of a boatyard at Stony Stratford has been captured in pictures by a Milton Keynes author and historian.

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Part of Lakes Estate should be bulldozed, say residents in Milton Keynes

Part of Lakes Estate should be bulldozed, say residents in Milton Keynes

The hub of Bletchley’s Lakes Estate should be bulldozed and replaced with new houses and shops, say residents.

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Council glitch means suppliers and contractors are owed a small fortune in Milton Keynes

A new payment system introduced by MK Council has resulted in potentially millions of pounds being owed to their contractors and suppliers, the Citizen can reveal

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Milton Keynes ladies shine at Willen Hospice Midnight Moo

Milton Keynes truly sparkled on Saturday night when around 1,000 local ladies took on the Willen Hospice MK Midnight Moo.

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