A 23-year-old man has tonight been charged with the murder of Kamran Maman.
Leon Baptiste, of Hull Close in Cippenham, is due to appear at Slough Magistrates Court tomorrow morning.
Seven other men, three aged
Responses to a public exhibition of plans to transform Berkshire House into more than 60 homes were 'overwhelmingly positive' according to developer Essential Living.
The exhibition took place in an empty retail unit underneath the
The borough councillor for Wargrave believes enforcement action taken against Hare Hatch Sheepland's planning breaches is 'necessary and must continue'.
Cllr John Halsall (Con, Remenham, Wargrave & Ruscombe) said Wokingham Borough Council (WBC) was aware
A father-of-two from Burnham has released his first book after his blog of ingenious ideas for his sons captured the imagination of craft lovers across the pond.
Advertising creative director, Scott Bedford, transforms his kitchen
The terrorist attack on a soldier in London yesterday has sparked security fears across the capital with all of the barracks being placed on high alert.
Today a Ministry of Defence spokeswoman said no changes
The Thames Valley police and crime commissioner has been shown around Slough by the town's MP.
Fiona Mactaggart accompanied Anthony Stansfeld on a visit to her Slough constituency yesterday.
The focus was to see projects
Lucky pupils at Old Windsor's Kings Court School can boast that their daily dinners are prepared by 'the best'.
Their school cook Corinne Du Preez has just taken the title of the Local Authorities Caters
Waterstones in Windsor may be facing management job losses following the announcement of a nationwide scheme introduced by the company to rebrand its store management.
Starting from June 3, and taking at least 45 days,
An extra £3m will be spent improving the roads across Buckinghamshire this financial year.
The announcement was made at the Bucks County Council's AGM and Debate meeting this morning.
A notice of motion was proposed
A shake-up of bus services in Windsor and Maidenhead could be on the cards under proposals set to go before the council's cabinet tomorrow night.
With some contracts with private operators set to expire by
A shopping parade in Dedworth will be bulldozed and replaced with 14 homes and a convenience store at the site will be rebuilt.
Paradigm Housing Group was given permission to develop The Parade in Ruddlesway
Frustrated householders are having to endure another week without phone and internet services after a car knocked down a telegraph pole.
The crash happened in Ascot Road in Holyport at about 3am on Monday, May
Burnham Parish Council are still searching for a solution for high electricity costs at Burnham Park Hall.
At the parish policy and resources committee meeting on Monday, Cllr William Plant said the pump which manages
The run-down Windsor social club dating back to 1918 will be demolished and replaced with a sparkling new building.
Members of the Royal Borough Windsor urban development control panel gave S G Investments permission to
Former Sir William Borlase's Grammar School pupil Myles Mordaunt secures his fourth win a row on The Apprentice with a successful week selling buffalo burgers and soup.
The 13 remaining candidates were given the task
A council conservation officer told borough councillors restoration of a home in Park Street in Windsor virtually destroyed by fire could start by the end of the week.
She was speaking to members of the