‘120mph boy racers are causing horrific problems in Milton Keynes city centre’ – claim An influential committee has recommended that car cruising events should be banned across Milton Keynes. The move to introduce a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) will now go to a leading councillor for her to make aContinue Reading

A woman woke up to find a bull staring up at her from her back garden. The weighty bovine, named Arnold, smashed through a fence in his adjoining field on Sunday. He trampled the woman’s lawn in Raunds, Northamptonshire and took a nap before a farmer arrived to move himContinue Reading

Britain is set for plummeting temperatures this weekend, as cold air from the Arctic sweeps across Europe. A geopotential height and anomaly weather map from WXCharts shows the height of a pressure surface above mean sea-level. Heights are lower in cold air masses, and higher in warm air masses. AContinue Reading

The UK voted to leave the EU on June 23, 2016. Prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, beginning the withdrawal, on March 29, 2017. Brexit was meant to begin on March 29, 2019, which then became May 22, and then October 31. Now, this has again been extended to January 31.Continue Reading

Road closures and free parking for massive display, here’s everything you need to know: The annual firework display organised by Keith Emmett and Sons in Campbell Park, Central Milton Keynes will take place on Sunday 3 November from 8pm. Visitors to the event should park in the public car parks.Continue Reading

Two teenagers killed at a local house party due to knife crime. Two 17-year-old boys have been stabbed to death at a house party. Police and paramedics were called to a house in Archford Croft in Milton Keynes at about midnight on Saturday. The teenagers have been named locally asContinue Reading

A pilot scheme to turn children into tiny eco-warriors like Greta Thunberg has been launched at four primary schools in Milton Keynes. The scheme will give children from Years 3 to 6 three “three environmentally-themed challenges” to complete each term in exchange for reward stickers. The aim is to encourageContinue Reading

AUOB Edinburgh: Grey skies and showers did little to dampen the spirits of marchers taking part in what’s been described as the biggest and boldest demonstration of independence ever to have taken place. SCOTLAND’S capital city provided a scenic backdrop to the 21st All Under One Banner (AUOB) march, attractingContinue Reading