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MK Housing Development Proposals

It has been announced that more than 1,000 houses could be built in the city if the Milton Keynes site allocations plan is adopted. Milton Keynes Council has set aside land for developers to build on to ensure that the…

A New Sheriff In Town

A new Commander has been appointed to take over the Milton Keynes local policing area. Superintendent Gez Chiariello is returning to Milton Keynes where his career with Thames Valley Police began in 2007 and takes over the role of LPA…

NHS takes control of Local Surgery

A GP surgery that was once a shining example of a family practice has been taken over by NHS England following a stream of complaints from patients. Kingfisher Surgery in Newport Pagnell, was allegedly described as a “sick” surgery with…

Spoiling of our Lakes?

  A walker, who spends her days strolling around Willen Lake North, has made claims that more than thirty trees have been cut down, resulting in creating noise, and an unsightly view. The woman who wishes to remain anonymous said…

The £114 Million Super Shed

Over the past week, it has been announced that funding has been agreed for a massive new warehouse at Magna Park to be let to retailer Waitrose for 30 years. The 938,449 square foot unit is being developed this summer…

FA Women’s Cup Final at the MK Dons Stadium

Though the football season may be over, and fans are getting ready for the World Cup in Brazil, that hasn’t stopped the activity at MK Dons. MK Dons has seen some notable departures. All-time leading goalscorer Izale McLeod has left…

TEDx visits the Open Univeristy

Generosity, Greed and the Greater Good was the name of the TEDx event held in MK, last Thursday. It was a one day conference hosted by MK Community Foundation and The Open University, and featured eight speakers, including local people,…

Growth in Local Jobs

Recent research found that confidence levels, when it came to finding and retaining jobs, is remaining high in Milton Keynes, according to a new report. The third National Careers Service Job Confidence Index recently showed that job confidence in the…

Family Arts Festival at Stantonbury Campus Theatre

The Family Arts Festival is happening at the Stantonbury Campus Theatre Milton Keynes. The Festival is part of a two year Family Arts Campaign funded by the Arts Council with the aim of developing the range of arts events and…