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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson reveals new COVID-19 rules on face masks, fines, pubs and working from home
Face masks will become compulsory for bar staff, shop workers, waiters and taxi passengers in an effort to combat the rise in coronavirus cases in England, the prime minister has announced.
Coronavirus: UK records 4,926 new cases - highest daily figure in four months
Another 4,926 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK - the highest daily figure since 7 May.
Coronavirus: Scotland bans household visits as COVID-19 rules tightened in Nicola Sturgeon announcement
People in Scotland have been banned from visiting other households indoors, in tough new restrictions that go further than those announced for England.
Manchester Arena bombing inquiry: Mum of youngest victim 'wanted to die' after hearing news
The mother of the youngest victim of the Manchester Arena bombing has described how she asked her husband to let her die after he broke the news about their daughter.
NASA reveals plans for 2024 mission to send first woman to Moon
NASA have outlined plans for a space programme which will see the first woman sent to the Moon in 2024.
Linden Cameron: Autistic boy, 13, seriously injured after being shot multiple times by Utah police
A 13-year-old autistic boy has been shot 11 times by police who were called to his house by the teenager's mother.
Luis Suarez faces investigation after 'cheating' on Italian citizenship test
Police in Italy have opened an investigation after Luis Suarez, one of the most controversial players in world football, was accused of cheating on his Italian citizenship test ahead of a move to the country.
Coronavirus: Number of schools sending home pupils due to COVID quadruples in a week
The number of schools in England that are not fully open to students due to cases of COVID-19 has quadrupled in just a week, according to figures.
Government abandons plans to let people change gender without medical checks
The government has abandoned plans to let people officially change gender without medical checks - but ministers have promised to make the process cheaper and "more straightforward".
Wales: Mysterious 18-month broadband outage for entire village caused by an old TV
The mysterious cause of an entire rural Welsh village's broadband being knocked out at 7am each morning has finally been uncovered - an old television set.
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Man sadly dies after his car 'collides with fallen tree' in Milton Keynes
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following a fatal collision on the A422 Bedford Road, Chicheley, Milton Keynes.
Olney Town Council cancels this year's popular annual Victorian Christmas Market
Olney Town Council has announced that the popular 'Dickens of a Christmas' event will not be taking place this year.
Town near Milton Keynes hit by two earthquakes in one day - the fourth in two weeks
There has been yet another earthquake in Leighton Buzzard today (22/9), with the second tremor being logged this afternoon.
Man is treated in hospital following an 'unprovoked' attack by five males in Milton Keynes
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses to an assault where a man in his sixties sustained injuries and had to be treated in hospital in Milton Keynes.
More people in Milton Keynes win £1k each in the People's Postcode Lottery
Another postcode in Milton Keynes has been picked as the Daily Prize Winner today (22/9), with the last local winner being announced just two weeks ago.
Two more Secondary Schools in Milton Keynes confirm cases of COVID-19
MKFM has been made aware of another two schools in the area that have confirmed cases of the virus.
Third earthquake hits town near Milton Keynes in just two weeks
A 3.0 magnitude earthquake was felt by residents across Milton Keynes and surrounding areas this morning (22/9), with this being the third quake in just two weeks.
Secondary School in Milton Keynes receives prestigious international education award
Stantonbury International School has been awarded the British Council’s prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom.
Report 'whitewash' fear of residents living in shadow of giant warehouse in Milton Keynes
Residents who are living in the shadow of a giant warehouse fear that a much-anticipated review of a council decision that allowed it to double in height will be a “whitewash”.
Over 65s in Milton Keynes set to lose discounted travel before 9.30am as bus cuts loom
Over 65s are being asked not to use buses before 9.30am on weekdays to make more room for employees and students.
Students at Milton Keynes-based school to learn remotely after teachers are told to self-isolate
Stantonbury International School has had multiple confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the school meaning that Years 7, 8, and 9 are currently closed.
Some people are waiting up to 2 months for appointments at Milton Keynes Hospital
MKFM has been contacted by listeners who say they have waited up to two months for appointments at Milton Keynes University Hospital following GP referral.
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The areas in Milton Keynes where the most deaths involving coronavirus have sadly happened
The Office for National Statistics have revealed new localised data on the number of deaths which have taken place involving coronavirus.
Coronavirus test centre employee's outcry over being charged to park whilst at work in Milton Keynes
Employees at the drive-in coronavirus test centre in Central Milton Keynes have to pay to park each day, it has been revealed.
Cat is stabbed twice in Milton Keynes
Last week, a family discovered that their pet cat had been stabbed in each of her back legs.
Cafe Rouge to close in Milton Keynes as owners of chain enter administration
Cafe Rouge in Milton Keynes will be closing permanently as the owners of the chain enter administration.
Milton Keynes local coronavirus case numbers do NOT include Drive-Through test centre results
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.
Deadly blue-green algae appears in another Milton Keynes park as warning sent to dog owners
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.
'Scum' spray-painted onto Milton Keynes couple's store window as well as other graffiti
A Milton Keynes couple have had the word 'Scum' spray painted onto their store window, as well as other graffiti on their store sign.
EXCLUSIVE: McDonalds to restart breakfast service in Milton Keynes from July 8th
MKFM understands that McDonalds will be re-starting their breakfast service in all Milton Keynes stores from 8th July.
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