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    Fly tipper fined nearly £2,000 after being caught on camera

    Trixi-Norbert Baltag, 26 of Drayton Gardens, West Drayton, pleaded guilty at High Wycombe Magistrates Court on 1 March 2017 to a fly-tipping offence. The court heard that on 17 July 2016 a surveillance camera targeting fly-tipping on Allerds Road, Burnham, recorded images of sacks of compost material being deposited by Mr Baltag from his van.

    • 07.03.2017
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    LGBT communities invited to find out more about fostering

    On Wednesday 8 March we are holding a Fostering Information Session at the Aylesbury Multicultural Centre specifically for people from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

    • 03.03.2017
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    Smart work by road team blitzed village repairs

    A two night road closure through Waddesdon village successfully blitzed more than 30 highway repairs last week.

    • 02.03.2017
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    Tourist information centres to merge with library service

    Tourist Information Centres in the Wycombe district are to merge with the library service from 1 April – saving taxpayers hundreds of thousands of pounds.

    • 01.03.2017
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    Householder fined over £1,600 after rubbish is fly tipped

    A Gerrards Cross man pleads guilty to failure of duty of care when his rubbish is found dumped next to a local car park.

    • 27.02.2017
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    Council joins Apple and Google in final of national award

    Buckinghamshire County Council and its property consultants Carter Jonas have joined Apple, Google and UBS on the shortlist for a national award after a project to make public services more efficient.

    • 24.02.2017
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    Judge orders money launderer to pay back scam victims

    Two elderly Buckinghamshire residents, fleeced by cowboy roofers of hundreds of thousands of pounds for work valued at £577, will get some of their money back. Gary Booker, the man convicted last July of laundering the money, has been ordered to pay back almost a quarter of a million pounds.

    • 23.02.2017
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    Teacher recruitment drive launched

    Buckinghamshire County Council has launched a recruitment drive for more teachers – just weeks after unions wrongly suggested the number of teachers in Buckinghamshire could fall.

    • 22.02.2017
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    Improvements coming to Chesham High Street

    Work by Transport for Buckinghamshire is set to commence this Monday 20 February to make improvements to Chesham High Street and Market Square.

    • 17.02.2017

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