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30 Oct 2014 11:40 • Newsdesk

Windsor man fined for sticking bar mats to tables using superglue in two town centre pubs

A WINDSOR man has been fined for using superglue to stick bar mats to tables in two bars in the town.

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30 Oct 2014 11:30

Man arrested in relation to murder on the M4 released on bail

A MAN arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a 48-year-old on the M4 has been released on bail.

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30 Oct 2014 11:30 • Francis Batt

Work carried out on Jubilee River after damage caused by winter floods

WORK is being carried out on the Jubilee River to repair damage caused by last winter’s disastrous flooding.

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30 Oct 2014 11:30 • Andy Wilkins

Free school representatives from Langley and Royal Borough celebrate success of programme with the PM

A PRIMARY school was one of hundreds invited to celebrate the success of the free school programme.

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30 Oct 2014 09:20

Student's Mercedes bursts into flames on the M4

A SILVER Mercedes burst into flames on the M4 between junctions 8/9 and 10 at 7pm last night.

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30 Oct 2014 07:30 • Daniel Whiteway

Plans for expansion at Wraysbury Primary School to allow it to be an emergency flood hub set to be rejected

VILLAGERS hoping to expand a school to create an emergency hub in the event of a repeat of last year’s devastating winter floods could be left disappointed.

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29 Oct 2014 17:45

Family pays tribute to 'very generous man' who was killed on the M4

THE family of a man who died on the M4 has paid tribute to a 'very generous man'.

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29 Oct 2014 17:30 • Francis Batt

Children's hospice charity reaches £3m mark of £5m fundraising target though celebrity patron issues warning

A WORD of warning from Sir Michael Parkinson made clear to supporters of a planned new children’s hospice that their work is far from over.

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29 Oct 2014 15:30 • Daniel Whiteway

Zombies take over centre of Maidenhead

THE centre of a town resembled a zombie apocalypse on Saturday as hundreds of 'the living dead’ shuffled their way through the streets in the second annual Maidenhead Zombie Walk.

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29 Oct 2014 14:07 • Francis Batt

Roads shake up for Colnbrook planned under amended Heathrow proposals

A proposed shake up of roads in and out of Colnbrook is being proposed as part of Heathrow’s controversial third runway plan.

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29 Oct 2014 13:30 • Daniel Whiteway

Mini roundabout to replace traffic lights at junction of Victoria Street and Sheet Street

TRAFFIC lights are to be removed at a busy town centre junction to be replaced with a mini roundabout.

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29 Oct 2014 12:50 • Daniel Whiteway

Breaking: Council's managing director to stand down

THE Royal Borough is set for another change in its leadership with its senior most officer set to leave.

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29 Oct 2014 11:30 • Newsdesk

Town Hall set to go green with solar panel installation

THE Town Hall could be set to go green if proposals to install solar panels on the building are approved tomorrow night.

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29 Oct 2014 09:30 • Newsdesk

Gold bead discovery in Horton officially declared as treasure

GOLD beads discovered in Horton have been officially declared as treasure.

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29 Oct 2014 09:00 • Newsdesk

Man quizzed by police on suspicion of murder in connection with M4 death

A MAN has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of 48-year-old Mark Pilgrim on the M4 on Friday night.

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29 Oct 2014 07:30 • Newsdesk

Historic tree in Wraysbury said to be present at the signing of the Magna Carta nominated for Tree of the Year

THE ancient Ankerwycke Yew tree in Wraysbury, which is said to have been present at the signing of the Magna Carta, has been named in the shortlist for England’s Tree of the Year.

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28 Oct 2014 17:30 • Francis Batt

Eton Wick villagers to get the chance to grill officials over horrible winter stench

ANGRY villagers will have another chance to grill officials about the horrible stench that overwhelmed their homes last winter.

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28 Oct 2014 17:13 • Newsdesk

Wraysbury man found guilty of GBH for catapult attack in Datchet which left a man blind in one eye

A MAN has been convicted for a catapult attack in Datchet which left his victim blind in one eye.

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28 Oct 2014 16:00 • Newsdesk

Serial burglars jailed after stealing thousands of pounds worth of tobacco and cigarettes

TWO serial burglars have been imprisoned after stealing thousands of pounds worth of tobacco and cigarettes.

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28 Oct 2014 15:30 • Newsdesk

Tesco invites readers to nominate charities

THE new Tesco store in Taplow is inviting readers to nominate local worthy causes to receive a share of £1,500 in donations.

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