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Working to help the blind

Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead Soroptimists welcomed Gerry Harmon from the visually impaired charity Berkshire Vision to their May meeting held at Fredrick’s Hotel in Maidenhead last Wednesday.

She told members about the work of the organisation which offers support to people

today 07:35
Two trophies in one day for sports loving St Edward's pupils

Sports loving pupils at St Edward’s Royal Free Middle School have been celebrating after winning two trophies in one day.

The first final on Tuesday saw the team from the school in Parsonage Lane emerge 4-2 winners against St Peter’s Middle School of Old Windsor in the

yesterday 16:53
Theatre Royal unveils new repertory season

A great theatrical tradition is being revived at Windsor’s Theatre Royal this summer.

It began life as a repertory theatre with one company staging a different show every week.

The tradition will be revived this year for three weeks from July 24 to August 10, when

yesterday 12:41
Shock rise in dumped kittens having to be rescued by Old Windsor animal centre

Kittens only hours from death after being found abandoned in a cardboard box are on the road to recovery at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s Old Windsor centre.

But staff at the centre in Priest Hill say the trio’s story is not an isolated one.

The past few

yesterday 07:26
Witness appeal after man assaulted outside Windsor nightclub

A man was struck on the head and suffered fractures to his eye socket after he was assaulted outside a nightclub in Windsor.

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following the incident in the early hours of Sunday morning (May 19).

At around 2.50am, the victim, a

2019-05-24 18:45
Theresa May has resigned as Prime Minister

Theresa May will resign as Prime Minister on June 7. 

Pressure had been building on the leader of the Conservatives after several failed attempts to deliver Brexit.

During her speech, she said it was a 'deep regret' that she had been unable to persuade MPs and

2019-05-24 12:27
Urgent appeal for donations at Windsor foodbank as demand doubles

Windsor Foodshare, that relies on donations from residents, has issued an urgent appeal for more supplies as demand has increased in the last few months.

The foodshare has collection points at Waitrose in Windsor town centre and Tesco in Dedworth that are located beside the tills so

2019-05-24 11:24
New mayor's daughter will accompany her on official visits

Slough's incoming mayor Cllr Avtar Kaur Cheema will be accompanied by her daughter Harpreet when she attends events over the next year.

She took over the role at Slough Council’s annual meeting on Thursday last week, attended by members of her family as well as the

2019-05-24 09:18
Police appeal for witnesses after woman is sexually assaulted in Windsor

An appeal for witnesses has been launched by police after a woman was sexually assaulted in Windsor this morning.

The victim, 24, left the Old Ticket Hall in Datchet Road at about 1am and was walking along Romney Walk towards The Boatman when she was attacked.

Detective Inspector

2019-05-23 13:20
Appeal for people to fill seven vacancies on Datchet Parish Council

Datchet Parish Council is struggling to find new members - after a rocky few weeks that has seen the resignation of its chairman, vice-chairman and head of planning.

The resignations happened weeks before council elections across the Royal Borough earlier this month. They followed a

2019-05-23 09:08
Windsor pair sentenced for drug offences

 A 21-year-old man has been jailed and a 19-year-old woman given a suspended sentence for drug offences.

Josh O’Reilly, of The Limes, Windsor was sentenced to 18 months in prison and 18 months on licence, while Lucy MacNab of Westmead, Windsor was given an 18-month sentence

2019-05-22 18:26
Not sure who to vote for in EU elections? New tool could help

HAVE you made a decision on who to vote for in tomorrow's European elections? If you haven't, a handy new tool could help you decide in less than 10 minutes.

The new online tool, created by Dr Jon Wheatley, a senior lecturer at Oxford Brookes and Dr Fernando Mendez at Zurich

2019-05-22 13:11
Not sure who to vote for in EU elections? New tool could help

HAVE you made a decision on who to vote for in tomorrow's European elections? If you haven't, a handy new tool could help you decide in less than 10 minutes.

The new online tool, created by Dr Jon Wheatley, a senior lecturer at Oxford Brookes and Dr Fernando Mendez at Zurich

2019-05-22 13:11
Third man charged after fight in KFC car park which left man with life threatening head injuries

A third man has been charged following the fight in the Kentucky Fried Chicken car park at Farnham Road, Slough that left a man fighting for his life last week.

Rehman Anwar, 26, of Crayle Street, Slough, was charged with wounding with intent and violent disorder. He was arrested on

2019-05-22 12:08
Langley Academy pupils hear tales of violence and redemption

First hand stories of violence and gang culture left pupils at Langley Academy determined to fight back against knife crime last week.

It was not the sort of thing usually found on the school curriculum.

But pupils at the school in Langley Road had already taken part in

2019-05-22 09:47
European Elections 2019 parties and what they stand for

BRITAIN goes to the polls on Thursday, in an election many thought would never happen. 

Voters across the continent will elect 751 new Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) for a five year term - and those in Britain could be out of a job within weeks, in

2019-05-21 14:53
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Maidenhead Royals get one over on defending champions

The Maidenhead Royals laid down an early season marker with an 16-4 victory over the defending champions, Windsor Knights last week. The Knights won both fixtures last year on the way to the title, so this early season clash was another key test if the Royals want to go one better than last

today 09:41
Gove to enter crowded battle for the Number 10 crown

Environment Secretary Michael Gove will enter the race to be next Prime Minister on Sunday as the fight for the Tory crown showed signs of turning increasingly bitter.

The Press Association understands prominent Brexiteer Mr Gove will join an already crowded field after Foreign Secretary

today 09:41
Man in hospital after being attacked and hit by van

A man has been left seriously injured after being assaulted and struck by a van.

The incident happened in the Drumleck Gardens area of Londonderry at 1.40am on Sunday.

The attacker than made off in the van, police said.

The 32-year-old victim was taken to

today 09:41
Sumo diplomacy: Japan’s Abe courts Trump with wrestling, burgers and golf

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe continued his US charm offensive on Sunday, courting President Donald Trump with three things close to his heart: wrestling matches, burgers and golf.

Call it sumo diplomacy.

Mr Trump’s four-day state visit to Japan is designed to demonstrate

today 09:41
Michael Gove confirms Conservative leadership bid

Environment Secretary Michael Gove has confirmed he will formally enter the Conservative leadership race.

Speaking to the Press Association from his London home, the prominent Brexiteer said he will join an already crowded field after Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and ex-Cabinet ministers

today 09:41
Luiz believes Sarri is doing amazing job at Chelsea

David Luiz has backed under-pressure Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri, insisting the Italian is doing an amazing job.

Sarri has come in for heavy criticism this season with fans unhappy at his style of play, while a spectacular downturn in results saw them fall off the title pace.

They

today 09:41
History paints a bleak picture for Championship play-off final winners

Almost two-thirds of clubs promoted to the top flight via the play-offs since the introduction of one-off finals in 1990 have gone straight back down.

Derby, who face Aston Villa in Monday’s Championship play-off final, know very well how hard it can be to adjust after promotion via

today 09:41
Find some backbone on Brexit – fast: Watson attacks Labour’s second ref stance

Labour must “find some backbone” and fully commit to supporting a second referendum on Brexit to have any chance of winning the next general election, the party’s deputy leader has said.

Tom Watson said he feared the results of the European elections would show voters had

today 06:33
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today 09:41 Maidenhead Royals get one over on defending champions
today 09:41 Gove to enter crowded battle for the Number 10 crown
today 09:41 Man in hospital after being attacked and hit by van
today 09:41 Sumo diplomacy: Japan’s Abe courts Trump with wrestling, burgers and golf
today 09:41 Michael Gove confirms Conservative leadership bid
today 09:41 Luiz believes Sarri is doing amazing job at Chelsea
today 09:41 History paints a bleak picture for Championship play-off final winners
today 07:35 Working to help the blind
today 06:33 Find some backbone on Brexit – fast: Watson attacks Labour’s second ref stance
today 06:33 Trump plays down North Korean missile threat
today 06:33 Golf and sumo wrestling on the agenda for Trump and Abe in Japan
today 06:33 Tory leadership race: Who are the contenders and where do they stand on Brexit?
today 05:29 Toronto Raptors reach NBA Finals for first time
today 04:26 Sir Mo Farah and Andrew Strauss join runners at Vitality Westminster Mile
today 03:23 Tories and Labour braced for Europe poll backlash
today 03:23 Find some backbone on Brexit – fast: Watson attacks Labour’s second ref stance
today 02:21 What the papers say – May 26
today 01:17 Nicola Sturgeon to meet Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Dublin
today 00:15 NHS-wide ban on sale of high-energy drinks to under-16s
today 00:15 Nicola Sturgeon to meet Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Dublin
today 00:15 Smacking ban ‘will do nothing to help vulnerable children’
today 00:15 New national development coordinator to help prevent people going missing
today 00:15 Gove to enter crowded battle for the Number 10 crown
today 00:15 Ernesto Valverde does not believe Liverpool defeat is haunting Barcelona
today 23:11 Villa need to win play-off final or season is a failure – McGinn
today 23:11 Smith won’t be asking for Lampard’s words of wisdom at Wembley
today 23:11 Derby’s play-off mentality has changed, insists Johnson
today 23:11 Gameiro and Rodrigo on target as Valencia edge Barcelona to win Copa del Rey
today 22:08 South Korean film Parasite claims Palme d’Or glory at Cannes
today 22:08 Celtic victory parade cancelled amid safety fears
today 22:08 Sinn Fein urges Irish government to ‘prepare for reunification of Ireland’
today 22:08 More big names enter race for Number 10 as sparks begin to fly
yesterday 21:05 More migrants picked up crossing Channel in May than ‘major incident’ December
yesterday 21:05 Former business manager of comic book creator Stan Lee held over ‘elder abuse’
yesterday 21:05 Hunt enters race for Number 10 as sparks fly between contenders
yesterday 21:05 Narendra Modi given another five-year term as India’s PM after poll triumph
yesterday 21:05 Green wave expected to roll in Ireland following European poll
yesterday 21:05 Neil Lennon: There’s a good chance I will accept Celtic job after treble success
yesterday 21:05 Steve Smith: I blocked out taunts from England fans in Australia warm-up win
yesterday 21:05 Warrington finish first day of Magic Weekend in style
yesterday 21:05 Anxious wait for England ahead of World Cup after Mark Wood sustains foot injury
yesterday 21:05 Bayern Munich secure double with DFB-Pokal victory over RB Leipzig
yesterday 20:02 South Korean film Parasite claims Palme d’Or at Cannes Film Festival
yesterday 20:02 Neil Lennon: There’s a good chance I will accept Celtic job after treble success
yesterday 20:02 Neil Lennon talks up his Celtic players after yet another treble
yesterday 18:59 Teacher behind LGBTQ-inclusive No Outsiders lessons leads Birmingham Pride
yesterday 18:59 Minister praises Irish voters with landslide divorce vote predicted
yesterday 18:59 Sinn Fein urges Irish government to call unity referendum
yesterday 18:59 5 talking points ahead of the French Open
yesterday 18:59 Celtic offer Neil Lennon permanent manager’s job
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today 07:53 NHS ban Scots kids from high-energy drinks
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