He was a family man but 25 years on, his killer has still not been brought to justice. John Sheppard was attacked in 1994.Read the full story ›
Crews from three stations were called to Chapmans Lane, off Tram Hill, near Brill just before 4pm on Friday.Read the full story ›
Omar Zouhri from Aylesbury died after he was bitten by a cat which had rabies. It's understood he was not given life-saving, treatment.Read the full story ›
A 32 year old suspect was arrested at the scene.Read the full story ›
The 17 year old victim remains in hospital with serious injuriesRead the full story ›
The Buckinghamshire town was where Bowie launched his Hunky Dory and Ziggy Stardust albums.Read the full story ›
A helicopter and a two-seater plane collided mid-air in Buckinghamshire shortly after midday on Friday, killing four people.Read the full story ›
A bronze sculpture of Aylesbury's David Bowie has been unveiled today.
It's to be placed in Market Square later this year, referenced by Bowie in his song Five Years.
The town is where the singer first performed his Ziggy Stardust tour.
Fred spoke to Andrew Sinclair, the man behind the creation, from our Exeter newsroom.
Thames Valley Police are concerned for the safety of a woman who went missing just under a week ago.
The last two sightings of 26-year old Ella Pecko, were at Applegreen petrol station in Bicester Road, Aylesbury, at about 12.30pm on Sunday 26th March and then in Cockton Road at about 4pm on Monday 27th March
Ella was wearing grey leggings, a grey hoody and brown and white slippers.
I am becoming increasing concerned for Ella’s welfare. She hasn’t been seen since Monday and was reported missing on Tuesday, since then, numerous missing person enquiries have been carried out, however we have yet been unable to locate her. Ella is from Aylesbury and is known to frequent Buckingham Park, but also has links to High Wycombe, so I would ask residents of these towns to look out for her. I would urge anyone who has any information regarding Ella’s whereabouts to contact Thames Valley Police immediately by calling 101 and quoting reference number 1075 Alternatively, you can visit your nearest police station and provide any information you have.