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21 Sep 2014 10:00 • Andy Wilkins

'Great tennis' on display as club members compete for annual championships

'GREAT tennis’ was on display as members competed at a tennis club’s annual championships.

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20 Sep 2014 16:00 • Andy Wilkins

Windsor panto favourite backs The Observer's Theatre Royal campaign

A WINDSOR panto favourite has thrown his weight behind The Observer’s campaign to secure the future of the town’s theatre.

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20 Sep 2014 10:00 • John Dickens

'Remarkable' new tennis facility opens for the community

A NEW generation of tennis stars will be able to hone their skills at an ace new tennis court.

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19 Sep 2014 17:30 • Newsdesk

Windsor Fringe Festival to launch tonight promising fortnight of alternative arts and entertainment

A FORTNIGHT of all things art and entertainment will get underway this evening.

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19 Sep 2014 17:05 • Newsdesk

Police launch investigation after man in car approaches young girls and makes 'inappropriate comments'

POLICE are investigating after a man approached five young girls yesterday while driving his car in Maidenhead.

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19 Sep 2014 16:30 • Daniel Whiteway

Ambulance service faces no punishment despite publishing personal details of thousands of employees on its website

NO ACTION will be taken against an ambulance service after it published the personal details of thousands of staff on its website.

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19 Sep 2014 15:30 • Daniel Whiteway

Hedges and trees to go up on part of Legoland boundary after damage done

HEDGES and trees will go up on private land used by dog walkers after damage was caused by a minority.

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19 Sep 2014 14:30 • John Dickens

Tributes paid to former solider and freemason who 'always had a smile on his face'

TRIBUTES have been paid to a former Coldstream Guard and active freemason who was 'admired by all that knew him’.

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19 Sep 2014 14:10 • Newsdesk

Police search for witnesses of late-night assault in Boyn Hill

WITNESSES are being sought to a late-night assault in the Boyn Hill area of Maidenhead.

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19 Sep 2014 13:31 • Newsdesk

Travellers who pitched up at Dedworth Manor move on after police advice

A GROUP of travellers who pitched up on Dedworth Manor have moved on.

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19 Sep 2014 13:30 • Daniel Whiteway

Plans afoot for £8.15m transformation and expansion of a town centre car park

A MULTI-MILLION pound transformation is in the pipeline for a 'dilapidated’ town centre car park.

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19 Sep 2014 11:30 • Daniel Whiteway

Royal Borough deputy leader confirms intention to bid for another Parliamentary seat after missing out to Boris Johnson in Uxbridge

A ROYAL Borough parliamentary hopeful has confirmed he will continue to fight for a seat in next year’s election, despite losing out to Boris Johnson.

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19 Sep 2014 11:27 • Newsdesk

Teenagers found guilty of knife-point robbery in Maidenhead in December last year

A PAIR of teenagers have been found guilty of a knife-point robbery in Maidenhead.

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19 Sep 2014 09:30 • Daniel Whiteway

Tributes pour in for 'inspirational' Windsor and Eton Sea Cadets stalwart Peter Knibbs

TRIBUTES have been paid to a man who 'literally helped build’ a town’s sea cadet unit, inspiring hundreds of young people along the way.

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19 Sep 2014 08:30 • Andy Wilkins

Revealed: Restaurants, takeaways and cafes scoring zero for food hygiene

FIFTEEN restaurants, takeaways and cafes have been slapped with a zero for food hygiene by councils in the second year of new ratings.

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18 Sep 2014 17:30 • Daniel Whiteway

Windsor woman starts up own branch of slimming service after her and her husband lose 17 stone between them

A WOMAN who, along with her husband, shed a total of 17 stone in weight has set up a slimming service in Windsor.

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18 Sep 2014 16:30 • Andy Wilkins

Latest: Campaigners have vowed to fight on after Khalsa Secondary Academy appeal was upheld

CAMPAIGNERS have vowed to fight on after a controversial secondary school was granted permission to stay in a village.

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18 Sep 2014 15:30 • Newsdesk

Datchet and Old Windsor villagers to get a chance to have their say over Heathrow noise

RESIDENTS of the Royal Borough are being urged to attend public consultation events about Heathrow Airport’s plans for noise compensation if the go-ahead is given for a third runway.

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18 Sep 2014 14:43 • Newsdesk

Windsor MP welcomes news unemployment continues to fall in the town

AN MP has welcomed the news the number of people in Windsor on Jobseeker’s Allowance continues to fall.

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18 Sep 2014 13:30 • Newsdesk

Roads to be closed on Sunday as Windsor commemorates the Battle of Britain

ROAD closures will be in place on Sunday as Windsor stops to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Britain.

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