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Bucks Fire and Rescue attended an incident in Medbourne and warned a resident about the risk of fire in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Next week, Milton Keynes Councillors are set to discuss plans to introduce 20mph speed limits in some housing estates.
Milton Keynes Mayor Cllr Andrew Geary has been accused of a "childish, stupid, unnecessary act" with a sheep by a Facebook user.
A Ticket sold in Buckinghamshire has won the "Set For Life" prize, winning £10,000 per month for an entire year!
There were 152 coronavirus cases and nine hospital deaths recorded in Milton Keynes today, according to the latest data.
HSBC banks in Milton Keynes will not be amongst the 82 UK branches closing this year after a shift towards telephone and internet banking.
A flood alert has been issued for the River Great Ouse as Storm Christoph is set to bring mass downpour to parts of the country.
On the 23 January 2021, Milton Keynes will celebrate its 54th birthday as a Designated New Town.
A coroner has called for a review into smart motorways just months before a stretch near Milton Keynes is set to open.
A new coronavirus test centre will soon be opening in a Milton Keynes town, MKFM can reveal.
Aldi supermarket staff in Milton Keynes will be receiving a pay rise in recognition of their work during the pandemic.
The final two GP vaccination centres have opened in Milton Keynes, meaning that there are several practice-run facilities in the city.
MKFM understands that McDonalds will be re-starting their breakfast service in all Milton Keynes stores from 8th July.
A Milton Keynes couple have had the word 'Scum' spray painted onto their store window, as well as other graffiti on their store sign.
Last week, a family discovered that their pet cat had been stabbed in each of her back legs.
Cafe Rouge in Milton Keynes will be closing permanently as the owners of the chain enter administration.
Deadly blue-green algae has been identified in another Milton Keynes park as dog owners are warned to keep their animals out of the lake.
The Office for National Statistics have revealed new localised data on the number of deaths which have taken place involving coronavirus.
Employees at the drive-in coronavirus test centre in Central Milton Keynes have to pay to park each day, it has been revealed.
A national newspaper has revealed that government coronavirus case numbers on a local authority level do not include any tests from local drive-through test centres and some home testing kits.