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Rhys Healey returns to MK Dons on a permanent deal
Milton Keynes Dons have today announced that popular striker Rhys Healey has returned to the club on a permanent deal.
Four MK College students from one year turn pro with the Dons
A hat trick plus one of MK College students from a single year group have been awarded professional contracts with MK Dons Football Club.
MK Dons boss Paul Tisdale provides update on Chuks Aneke
Milton Keynes Dons manager Paul Tisdale has provided an update on the situation regarding out of contract striker Chuks Aneke.
Kieran Agard back for another season with MK Dons
Milton Keynes Dons have today announced that striker Kieran Agard has signed up for another season with the club.
Police find three kilos of cannabis, wraps of cocaine, and approximately £10,000 -£12,000 in Cash
Four people were arrested from a house in North 12th Street on Wednesday
Nitrogen tanks used in rare disease research could ‘obliterate’ Tillbrook, warns councillor
A councillor who warned that tanks of liquid nitrogen stored near homes in her ward could ‘obliterate’ residents in Milton Keynes if they exploded was told that health and safety is not a matter for council planners
Don’t let them overlook us, we can’t put curtains up,” says homeowner in planning battle
The homeowner who says curtains can’t be put up at his experimental house has appealed for Milton Keynes councillors to reject a neighbour’s extension because they’ll be able to see into his bedrooms.
Police and the council will be investigating whether some of the underpasses in Milton Keynes have become magnets for criminal activity.
Supt Tim Metcalfe, told the Safer MK Partnership that officers can “have a look at mapping crimes” after two councillors raised the issue on Thursday.
Amazon workers in MK protest over working conditions
Union workers at Milton Keynes' Amazon distribution warehouse were demonstrating this morning following allegations of poor working conditions.
Two men stabbed in Whalley Drive Bletchley
At around 7.30pm yesterday, the victims, a teenage boy and a man in his twenties, were involved in an altercation with a large group of people outside a property.
Tories call on housing chief Nigel Long to resign over regeneration U-turn in Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes Conservative leader, Cllr Alex Walker, accused Labour’s housing Cabinet member Cllr Nigel Long of showing a lack of respect to his colleagues and other councillors for announcing a change of policy in a press release.
Full council supports move towards introducing wheelie bins in Milton Keynes
All three political parties at Milton Keynes Council have united in backing the first moves towards replacing black plastic rubbish sacks with wheelie bins.