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Bucks Free Press moves to pastures new

The Bucks Free Press has left its home of 49 years and relocated to purpose-built offices in High Wycombe. More than 100 made the move from Gomm Road to new three-story offices in Station Road, Loudwater, this week. The new

Budding journos bid to get the inside story

Two budding young journalists are to go behind the scenes at the South Bucks Star as part of a charity stunt by the paper in aid of Children in Need. The free weekly decided to do its bit for the

News in brief

The Independent Publishers’ Forum of the Newspaper Society, which meets four times a year to discuss issues affecting such companies, has been elected for the next three years. The Forum now comprises: John Dickinson (chairman, Garnett Dickinson Publishing), Robin Freeman

Sporting news teams have fun in the sun

A team of ‘finely-tuned’ athletes from the Bucks Free Press and South Bucks Star showed what they were made of when they took part in a major sporting event on the South Bucks calendar. Teams from the two sister titles

Reporter makes a meal of half marathon

When Buckinghamshire reporter James Webb decided to attempt a half marathon, he ate up the course – literally. The well-fed wordsmith, who writes for the Bucks Free Press, South Bucks Star and Midweek, joined hundreds of runners for the Wycombe

Reporter plans to munch his way through half marathon

Buckinghamshire reporter James Webb plans to take part in a charity run with a difference this weekend – by eating his way around the course. The former fitness instructor, who now writes for the Bucks Free Press, South Bucks Star

Outspoken Frankie pens editor's pet column

When the editor’s away, the staff will play…Or so readers of the Bucks Free Press found when editor Steve Cohen took the week off, and acting deputy news editor Frankie Taggart wrote from the Editor’s Chair – to let readers

Bear helps out in newsroom

A friendly bear from Wycombe Hospital has been helping out at the Bucks Free Press and South Bucks Star. Nosey the Bear’s ‘nose for a story’ prompted Star editor Steve Cohen to take a backseat while the furry trainee reporter