09:02AM, Saturday 21 September 2013
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A former Maidenhead school pupil's dream day was topped off as she bumped into Hollywood heartthrob Brad Pitt at her wedding reception.
Abi Lingwood who used to attend Newland Girls' School in Farm Road met the actor at the five star Stoke Park hotel in Stoke Poges on Friday.
Overseas recruitment - including interviewing candidates on Skype - is being considered as a potential solution to the lack of doctors in A&E at Wexham Park Hospital in Slough.
The hospital is undertaking serious changes in a bid to tackle problems highlighted in a damning report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in July.
The fatal stabbing of Seán Noctor in Windsor has led the former mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead to call for a complete rethink over the town’s night-time economy.
Cllr Colin Rayner will use Tuesday’s council meeting to question whether the authority should continue to grant licenses to clubs and bars that serve alcohol after 2pm.
Radiation detectors are being installed at 18 schools across Maidenhead and Windsor.
It is part of a five-year nationwide project spearheaded by Public Health England to gauge whether children are being exposed to radon, a natural gas which can escape from the ground and is more likely to build up in new energy-efficient buildings.
A heated and emotional debate over whether to approve plans to move Oldfield Primary School to a new site ended in stalemate last night.
More than 100 people packed into the Desborough Suite at Maidenhead Town Hall to hear councillors discuss the merits of the proposal, which would see a 420-place school built on greenbelt land in Bray Road.
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Wexham Park Hospital has urged members of the public to minimise pressures on services tomorrow by considering other treatment options before attending as the emergency department moves into the new assessment centre.