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Osprey seen soaking up the sun in Barbados after flying more than 4,000 miles from Renfrewshire in Scotland
An osprey has been spotted soaking up the sun after flying thousands of miles from Scotland to Barbados.
Woman sues National Lottery operator over claim she won £1m
A woman is embroiled in a High Court battle over whether National Lottery operator, Camelot, owes her £10 or £1m.
Woolly mammoth meatball - would you eat one?
A meatball has been made from the recreated flesh of the long-extinct woolly mammoth as part of a project to demonstrate the potential of growing flesh from cells.
Bristol triplets set Guinness World Records for most premature birth and lightest combined weight
Triplets born at just 22 weeks and five days have been awarded two Guinness World Records.
What is nitrous oxide? What you need to know about laughing gas set to be banned by the UK government
Nitrous oxide - also known as laughing gas or nos - is set to be banned as part of a government crackdown on anti-social behaviour.
Sniffing other people's sweat can help treat social anxiety, study suggests
Sniffing other people's body odour may be able to help treat social anxiety, according to new research.
Strangest supermarket online shopping substitutions - including sellotape instead of toilet roll
From Sellotape instead of toilet paper to strawberries in place of binbags, some of the strangest supermarket substitutions have been revealed in a new online poll.
Cardiff restaurant had rat droppings 'throughout', says council
A Cardiff restaurant had rat droppings "throughout the premises", according to inspectors.
Jack Daniel's and dog toy company go head to head in US Supreme Court
A dispute between Jack Daniel's and the makers of a squeaking dog toy that mimics the whiskey's signature bottle with a toilet-themed pun has gone to the US Supreme Court.
Do some sounds make you angry? You may have misophonia
Nearly one in five people in the UK suffer from misophonia, a study suggests.
NatWest confirm plans to close Stony Stratford branch
NatWest customers have today been told that a branch in Milton Keynes will be closing down.
Milton Keynes man jailed after attack on woman in hotel
A Milton Keynes man who attacked a woman in a Northamptonshire hotel before assaulting police when he was arrested has been jailed for over three years.
Missing Milton Keynes boy located 'safe and well'
Police say a boy missing from Milton Keynes has been found.
Golf Centre greenkeeper from Milton Keynes chosen for support team at The Open Championship
A greenkeeper from Milton Keynes has been invited to be part of the greenkeeping support team at one of golf’s most famous tournaments.
Appeal for witnesses following road traffic collision in Milton Keynes
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses and dash-cam footage following a road traffic collision in Milton Keynes.
'Equity of access to opportunities for every child in Milton Keynes,' IFtL Chief Executive sets out ambitions to 2025
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are at the heart of Inspiring Futures through Learning (IFtL) multi-academy trust’s newly-published vision for education across Milton Keynes and Corby.
Multi-journey bus ticket prices to change for people across Milton Keynes
Arriva has announced that there will be changes to the price of Arriva multi-journey ticket from Saturday 1st April.
HomeGround Cafe reopens in Central Milton Keynes with brand new menu
HomeGround Café, on the YMCA campus in Central Milton Keynes, has reopened.
Founder of Milton Keynes charity given royal honour for services to bereaved children and families
On Wednesday 8th March, Harry’s Rainbow founder & CEO, Odette, was invested by Princess Royal at Windsor Castle.
'New era' of electric vehicle charging launches at Stadium MK with Allego’s first UK ultra-fast hub
A brand new 'state-of-the-art' EV-charging hub has opened at Stadium MK.
MK Breakers close out regular season with comfortable win
The MK Breakers’ completed their regular season campaign on Saturday when they faced off against the UEA Panthers in a game that saw the Breakers deliver a signature, dominant display, winning 67-121 on the road.
Thames Valley Police boss welcomes plan to help tackle anti-social behaviour
Police boss Matthew Barber has welcomed the Government’s plan to help tackle anti-social behaviour.
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