09:02AM, Saturday 01 June 2013
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A pilot pedestrianisation of part of Peascod Street is set to become permanent after councillors agreed the scheme was good for Windsor.
Royal Borough cabinet members voted in favour of keeping a new layout in Lower Peascod Street, implemented in spring last year.
Police have welcomed the conviction of a 'dangerous predatory offender who needs to be locked up to ensure the safety of young women'.
Arshad Arif, of Belfast Avenue, Slough, was found guilty of two counts of rape.
A father has criticised the police after his dead son was found four days after he died on the side of the M4 motorway.
An inquest on Thursday at Windsor Guildhall heard how Karl Josiah, 23, was found dead in his mother's Renault Clio off the eastbound carriageway after crashing in January.
A woman was sexually assaulted while walking along The Gullet in Maidenhead this week.
The victim was approached by an Asian man in a black hooded top as she walked near Brunel Close at about 5.30am.
A jury has been considering its verdicts in the case of a Maidenhead pensioner accused of three counts of arson.
Malcolm Simpson, 68, has been standing trial at Reading Crown Court since Monday last week over allegations he torched his neighbour's house twice and set fire to another neighbour's truck.
Soul singing hopeful Jamie Bruce will be battling for a place in the live rounds of The Voice tonight.
The 34-year-old, who grew up in Winkfield Road where his family still live, said the show has some 'exciting and tense moments'.
Pinewood Studios has appealed against the refusal of its multi-million pound expansion plans.
The Iver Heath film studios this week submitted to the Planning Inspectorate an appeal against the refusal of planning permission.
Plans for a multi-sensory 'destination' play area for children of all ages in Dinton Pastures have been approved.
Wokingham Borough Council’s (WBC) decision-making executive this week rubber-stamped plans for the £500,000 play park.