A company is held to have failed in its duty of care over waste that was removed on its behalf by a criminal waste operator and left as part of a massive dumping incident in High Wycombe.
Young people from across Buckinghamshire have been speaking out about things that really matter to them at a special event held on Wednesday (8 November) at the Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury.
Resources Cabinet Member, John Chilver, has received a top national honour for leading digital improvement at Buckinghamshire County Council.
National HIV Testing Week kicks off across Buckinghamshire on 18 November with a focus on getting local people to test and learn more about HIV.
Engineers have completed a safety study of options to give added protection to Marlow Bridge from the threat of use by overweight vehicles.
A County Council inquiry into modern slavery in Buckinghamshire could last for up to six months, says its Chairman, County Councillor Steven Lambert.
Residents are being asked to give their views on the future of the county’s mobile library service in an eight week consultation launched today (1 November).
Following a public consultation on improving early help services for children and families in Buckinghamshire, the council will make a decision on the future of these services in early 2018.
Students in Quarrendon are set to benefit from brand new facilities as the new Adult Learning Centre was officially opened on Thursday (26 Oct) by County Council Chairman Patricia Birchley.