Here are five of the biggest stories published on the Bucks Free Press this week.

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A driver angered sleepy Bucks residents by driving around a string of towns with headlights off and the car horn sounding in the middle of the night earlier this week.

More information here.

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The owners of a once-popular High Wycombe pub who are hoping to "bring it back to its former glory" are planning to change its name. 

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A plan has been submitted to demolish a High Wycombe home and build nine new apartments on the land.

The proposed development in High Wycombe would see six two-bedroom apartments and three one-bedroom apartments built in the place of the existing two-storey house.

More details here.

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High Wycombe's driving test centre is to be shut for good - prompting fears it will create a "financial burden" on families.

Full story here.

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High Wycombe waste management giant Biffa has bought a Flackwell Heath company for £35 million.

Full details of the deal here.