09:00AM, Saturday 24 September 2016
'Someone will know who he is' is the message from police after the mothers of two girls who were sexually assaulted Legoland spoke out about the attack on Crimewatch.
The six-year-olds were touched inappropriately on a family trip to the Winkfield Road resort on August 11.
Robbers armed with a large sword and a hammer threatened staff and stole cash in a raid on a NatWest bank in Buckingham Avenue in Slough yesterday.
At 11.40am, two men with their faces covered entered the bank, with one of them armed with the sword and the other holding a hammer.
The Honeypot gentlemen's club in Queen Street was cordoned off by police yesterday morning after two men suffered serious injuries following a 'disturbance'.
Police were called to Queen Street at 4.09am, and two men were taken to hospital with serious, but not life-threatening, injuries.
The day-to-day running of the Royal Borough’s children’s services could be handed over to community interest company Achieving for Children.
Cabinet is set to discuss the proposals at its next meeting on Thursday.
Despite months of petitions and campaigns, Maidenhead Post Office has finally shut its doors for the last time.
The High Street store, which has faced an uncertain future since January, served its last customer on Wednesday, September 14, ahead of services being moved to WHSmith in the Nicholsons Centre.
A frustrated father from Cippenham is being forced to home school his son, who has special needs, because Slough Borough Council (SBC) is unable to find him a suitable school place.
Joseph Reay, 12, from St George's Crescent, suffers from ADHD and dyspraxia and was bullied at The Westgate School, causing his father Allan to pull him out in June.
A US pharmaceutical firm is set to create 100 jobs by setting up a new European office in Maidenhead.
Massachusetts-based Alnylam Pharmaceuticals announced it is opening a new development and commercial hub in the town with space for 100 employees.
A lightning strike which killed two ponies at Snowball Farm has left the equestrian centre’s staff and riders ‘devastated’.
Blue, a six-year-old rescue pony, and 11-year-old Beau were struck dead in their field when lightning hit the farm in the early hours of Friday morning.
The leader of the Royal Borough has hit back at concerns over taxpayers’ money being used to fund legal action over the expansion of Heathrow.
The council has threatened to sue the Government along with Wandsworth, Hillingdon and Richmond if plans for a third runway at the airport go ahead, as first reported by the Advertiser in March.
While the political upheaval in the months since the EU referendum has seen Theresa May become Prime Minister, some things haven't changed.
The MP for Maidenhead and Twyford might be sharing the international political stage with the most powerful leaders in the world - but she still wants children from her constituency to design her Christmas card.
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