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Jordan Carter, 18, was stabbed to death after a girl recruited two boys to give him "a slap". Source: BBC Bucks
Commuters face more delays as Govia Thameslink Railway introduces a "more reliable" timetable. Source: BBC Bucks
A new operator is set to step in and save a threatened school bus route after plans emerged to scrap the service at the end of term. Source: Local Bucks
Plans to build a new primary school and pre-school on an ex-RAF base in High Wycombe as part of a major housing development will be discussed by the county council next week. Source: Local Bucks
The future of two GP surgeries has been plunged into doubt after the partnership that provides its services was dissolved. Source: Local Bucks
Two teenagers and three man were threatened with knife-wielding robbers on mopeds in five separate linked incidents in High Wycombe and Marlow over the weekend. Source: Local Bucks
The man was cautioned, but in his apology letter forgot the gender of one of his arresting officers. Source: BBC Bucks
There is still “a lot of work to be done” to establish good children’s services in Bucks, according to government commissioner, John Coughlan. Source: Local Bucks
Britain's Anthony Joshua will defend his world heavyweight titles against Russian Alexander Povetkin at Wembley Stadium on 22 September. Source: BBC Bucks
A former High Wycombe supermarket that was shut down after shoppers reportedly saw a rat run across a food shelf will become a Greggs bakery. Source: Local Bucks
Only around one in five rape cases brought to court by Thames Valley Police result in a conviction, new figures show. Source: Local Bucks
Artists who were allegedly given just days to pack up and move out of studios that are set to be turned into housing were treated “very fairly” according to developers. Source: Local Bucks
A neighbourly feud over a bungalow extension in Chalfont St Peter came to a head last week after councillors gave plans the green light. Source: Local Bucks
Plans to build two homes next to a Prestwood pub were deferred by the council this week amid concerns over the impact the development would have on the site and the fate of neighbouring trees. Source: Local Bucks
It featured in a 1970s TV ad and two reality TV shows and saw 300,000 people cheer England's footballers. Source: BBC Bucks
This week Beaconsfield MP Dominic Grieve writes exclusively to Bucks Free Press readers: Source: Local Bucks