Make do - and mend

There is a repair revolution gathering pace in Buckinghamshire, and the county council is encouraging people to take part in the county's Repair Cafés - and maybe even start

Taxi crackdown

A  joint operation to enforce taxi safety has been undertaken by Aylesbury Vale District Council Taxi Licensing team and Thames Valley police.As a result, two private hire vehicles were suspended

Hyundai powers ahead

In a shock shift of power, South Korean cars are blazing a new trail in the reliability stakes.For the first time, two out of three most dependable cars in the UK are from Hyundai and Kia, accordi

Hotel plan for ex-RAF site

Plans have been submitted for a 344-room hotel (see computer image) on the former RAF Bicester site, which, five years ago, was transformed from a state of disrepair to a thriving centre for more than

True grit in heatwave

Transport for Buckinghamshire are getting the gritters out of summer retirement to tac

Silverstone 'test drives'

A new ‘Drive Live’ initiative will add another innovative attraction to the interactive visitor experience at this summer’s Silverstone Classic (20th-22nd July).Adding to the array of off-tr

Dealership award

A Buckinghamshire dealership has won a top award at Suzuki GB's conference and black tie night on the Canary Island of Tenerife. The ceremony recognises the achievements, exceptional performance and s

Road test: SEAT Alhambra

 road test by Alan CandySUVs have dominated the market for the past few years, cashing in on their ‘driveability’, versatility and high riding glamour.But if maximum space

Rally driver's uni link

Buckinghamshire’s Steve Hill, a hot contender for a top spot in the 2016 British Rallycross Championship has announced an alliance with Oxford Brookes University’s Department of Mechanical Enginee