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Eating Out: Brewhouse and Kitchen has Milton Keynes’ revamped 12th Street buzzing again

Brewhouse and Kitchen opened to much excitement in Milton Keynes last month and it’s just what the revamp of 12th Street needed.

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There are some great releases lined up for spring

Console Corner: Video gaming set to spring into action

After a relatively quiet couple of months, gaming is set spring into action with a host of exciting titles on the horizon.

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Train times are changing from Sunday: is your route affected?

Train times are changing from Sunday: is your route affected?

Rail commuters have been urged to check planned train timetable changes which will see more than four million trains rescheduled from Sunday 20 May onwards.

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REVEALED IN PICTURES: Milton Keynes’ stunning £3.5million sprawling country pile with swimming pool, star-ceiling cinema, snooker room, banquet hall and TVs in bathroom which has to be seen to be believed

Today we take you on a virtual tour of THE most expensive house in Milton Keynes and it can be yours if you have £3.5million to spare.

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An amateur sex toy inventor from Milton Keynes has hacked an Amazon smart speaker

Sex toy inventor from Milton Keynes hacks Amazon smart speaker for something unspeakable

An amateur sex toy inventor from Milton Keynes has hacked an Amazon smart speaker and turned it into a voice-controlled dominatrix capable of the unspeakable.

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South Park hits the Switch

Console Corner: South Park The Fractured But Whole Nintendo Switch review

No great technical leaps but a worthy addition to Switch.

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CUTE PICTURES ALERT: Eight young hedgehogs get pampering baths before release into the wild

Eight young hedgehogs have been released at Center Parcs in Woburn Forest after many months of care at a special hedgehog hospital.

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REVEALED IN PICTURES: The 12 cheapest houses in Milton Keynes

Today we reveal the cheapest houses on the market in and around Milton Keynes.

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Virtual weddings become a reality in Milton Keynes after woman’s traumatic snowboarding accident

A woman who lost her memory after a brain injury has set up a ‘virtual wedding’ business to ensure couples never forget a single moment of their big day.

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REVEALED IN PICTURES: The 15 most expensive houses in Milton Keynes

Today we reveal the most expensive houses on the market in and around Milton Keynes.

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The father-son dynamic and narrative between Kratos and Atreus is ace

Console Corner: God of War review

Oh my God...it’s the game of the year.

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Chiang Mai leaves you with lifelong memories

Review: Five things to do in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Thailand had always been on the bucket list - I'm sure it is for a lot of people.

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GALLERY: Milton Keynes’ new £1million pub-restaurant throws opens its doors today

Milton Keynes is the latest town to welcome British pub and microbrewery, Brewhouse & Kitchen, to the recently rebranded 12th Street – formerly known as the Theatre District.

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REVEALED: The secret Netflix codes that unlock thousands of TV shows and movies

Deciding what to watch on Netflix can be time-consuming. Especially when there are hard-to-please friends or relatives involved.

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Burnout Paradise has been given the remaster treatment

Console Corner: Burnout Paradise Remastered

Racing royalty royally remastered.

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EATING OUT GALLERY: Review and first look at huge new Bucks restaurant Beech House

Bucks welcomed a new addition to its pub-restaurant offering recently when the huge new Beech House opened in Amersham.

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Oakman started out with The Akeman in Tring, Herts, and now has over 20 venues in 9 counties

First straws now single-use plastic, popular pub group makes serious pledge

It has been widely acknowledged that Oakman Inns, which operates popular pub-restaurants across Bucks, Herts, Beds, Oxon, Northants and Warwickshire, was the first multiple-site pub group to end the use of plastic straws across their 20 plus venues.

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One of the best known features on Dorset's Jurassic Coast is Durdle Door.

Discovering Thomas Hardy’s fictional county of Wessex

I’ve been an unashamed fan of Victorian author Thomas Hardy after falling in love with actress Julie Christie as an impressionable teenager after she starred in the 1960s film, Far From The Madding Crowd.

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Booking fraud costs holidaymakers £6.7 million

Booking fraud costs holidaymakers £6.7 million

Travel fraud is costing UK holidaymakers millions of pounds per year – and also having a severe effect on their health or financial wellbeing.

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PPP looks amazing but the on-screen calculator can be annoying

Console Corner: Penny Punching Princess Nintendo Switch review

Zany, wacky, maddening and cool RPG is fit for a Princess.

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