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Woman hit by train at Slough train station last week has been named

21 Aug 2014 17:30 • Newsdesk

A WOMAN who was hit by a train at Slough Railway Station last week has been named.

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Details of tomorrow's road closures in Windsor for Coldstream Guards homecoming parade

21 Aug 2014 17:30 • Daniel Whiteway

ROADS will be closed in the centre of Windsor tomorrow to mark a battalion’s return from its final tour of Afghanistan.

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Updated: Travellers ordered to leave land in Slough for sixth time in a week after coming from Windsor

21 Aug 2014 16:25 • Andy Wilkins

TRAVELLERS have been ordered to leave land for the sixth time in a week.

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GCSE results: Langley Academy

21 Aug 2014 15:15

THE academy is 'going from strength to strength’ as results have improved from last year.

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GCSE results: Long Close

21 Aug 2014 15:10

THE intimate year 11 group all achieved Cs or higher for another year.

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Huntercombe FC steam first Observer East Berkshire Football League poll

21 Aug 2014 16:45 • Rob Stevens

HUNTERCOMBE FC will win the East Berkshire Premier Division this season, according to the Observer’s poll.

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Reading FC set to relish Nottingham Forest trip, says Alex Pearce

21 Aug 2014 16:35 • Sportsdesk

ALEX Pearce is determined to ensure that the manner of the defeat to Huddersfield Town is a one-off as Reading FC look to bounce back against Nottingham Forest this Saturday.

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Crows victory puts them on the brink of the title

21 Aug 2014 09:30

CAPTAIN Paddy Hennessy starred as league leaders Peppard Stoke Row secured an 82 run win at Woodcote.

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Slough Town FC remain unbeaten after Biggleswade Town draw

20 Aug 2014 10:26 • Rob Stevens

SLOUGH Town FC suffered late heartache for the second time in a week as they drew 1-1 with Biggleswade Town last night (Tuesday).

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Top wakeboarder Nick Davies talks to us about returning home for Plastic Playground

20 Aug 2014 09:30

“I GOT into wakeboarding through a school friend about 13 years ago now – we pretty much just went one day after school.”

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First Night review of Murder On Air by The Agatha Christie Theatre Company

19 Aug 2014 09:30

With the killer combination of the First Lady of Crime, Dame Agatha Christie, and acting legend Tom Conti it was fair to say that I was expecting great things from Murder On Air.

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Step back in time with a retro extravaganza at Hughenden Manor

17 Aug 2014 09:30

THE Forties will return with a bang next month with a range of exhibitions and demonstrations bringing the era to life.

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