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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…

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…

MK’s own Chinese Fan Dancers

Milton Keynes has its own Chinese Fan Dancers. The Fan Dancers, Jen, Michelle and Afra are part of a larger group of fan dancers and made an appearance at MK’s newest Chinese Restaurant, New Moon, in the Foodhall (previously the…

New Rail Link between Cambridge, Bletchley and Oxford

Last year East West Rail were given the go ahead to reopen the rail link between Oxford and Bletchley. The government said it was committed to the £270 million project, subject to a financially beneficial business case being proven. Earlier…

Hackers Target Community Radio Station

Websites belonging to Radio Milton Keynes and one of its sponsors have been the subject of repeated attacks over the past two weeks. Radio Milton Keynes is currently investigating the hacking attempts to establish the identity of the culprits behind…

Olympians head to Milton Keynes SNOzone

As part of the Slide2Sochi Roadshow, five times Olympian and qualified ski instructor Sir Steve Redgrave and former GB sprinter Iwan Thomas will be coming to the SNOzone at Xscape, Milton Keynes, helping to promote the winter-sports and those who…

Funds Secured for New MK1 Leisure Park

Inter MK, the development company of MK Dons Chairman, Pete Winkleman, has secured a deal with The Crown Estate to fund the creation of the new MK1 Leisure Park. This is the second time both organisations will be working together.…

Road Safety Checks

Road Safety checks targeting overweight vehicles on the M1 were carried out by Thames Valley Polices and the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency. The checks that were carried out at Junction 14 weighbridge were part of Operation Texas and took…

The Future of Online Shopping

What will online shopping look like in the future? Could this be a snapshot of what you will see when buying your apples from Sainsburys or camera from Amazon or Ebay? Vir3D, a French technology company, believes this is precisely…