Published 22 May 2013 12:30 0
YOUNGSTERS wanting to kick start their career can attend upcoming advice events.
TERPTREE deaf services in Newbury's Oxford Street was chosen as Theo Paphitis' top business last week.
Airlines are only experiencing capacity problems at Heathrow, according to a new report.
- Reading University professor wins prestigious award
- Maidenhead firms take on cycling challenge
- Increase in demand for office space
- Berkshire workers third most productive in the country for boosting the economy
- Fun at the Green Park Summer Fete
- If it's your business then it's local
- Segro to sell IQ Winnersh
- Bank helps job creation at software firm
- Teepee Day Nursery shortlisted for award
- Firms and voluntary groups in link-up
- Payday loan firms ordered to make changes
'BE SOMEONE'S superhero for the day' is the message for a new fun run event in Windsor.
A GANG of travellers suspected of stealing Asian gold and other expensive jewellery has been shut down by police in a series of early-morning raids.
Meet Wendy. She is in her 60s and lonely. She has lived, loved, and lost; her husband passed away and her children have flown the nest. Now she has landed a job where her good humour and wisdom about the human condition can be poured into giving people just the right bit of advice, just when they need it. But what is the job?
SLAVA Koulikov has confirmed that Ciaran Long has re-signed with Slough Jets ahead of the 2013/14 season.
- Royal Ascot and Samsung Rowing World Cup tickets for under £50
- Datchet Cricket Club downed by Finchampstead
- Boxing legend Barry McGuigan opens new East Berkshire College sports centre
- Ricky Khan - 3-G revenue could fund Maidehead RFC's future at national level
- Tony Brooks - Maidenhead RFC will recover from Ricky Khan loss
Slough Philharmonic Society is an amateur chorus and orchestra based in Slough and on Saturday 18 May they closed the 2012-2013 season with a full orchestral and choral concert in Eton College School Hall.