First Great Western (FGW) and South West Trains rank in the bottom third of train operators when it comes to customer satisfaction, new survey results have revealed.
The latest figures from independent body Passenger Focus
A free app has been launched by an educational charity to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust.
Called 70 Voices: Victims, Perpetrators and Bystanders, it accompanies a website and podcast and
Norden Farm is screening a film about Sir Nicholas Winton tonight to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.
Sir Nicholas, who lives in Pinkneys Green, saved 600 mostly Jewish Czech children from Nazi persecution early in 1939.
South Central Ambulance Service has been notified by Unite, Unison and GMB trade unions that their members plan to strike for 12 hours on Thursday.
Between 12pm and midnight, ambulance staff will be on strike.
Retirement beckons for a crime fighting police horse with 10 years of experience on the beat.
Albert, an 18-year-old Irish draught cross thoroughbred, has been working for Thames Valley Police since April 2005.
Council tax is expected to be cut by 2.1 per cent in the Royal Borough.
The Tory-dominated council's Conservative Group says the reduction will be discussed over the coming weeks, with a final decision