08:02AM, Saturday 02 November 2013
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Visit our websites every Saturday for the main news stories over the last seven days in Maidenhead, Slough, Windsor, Twyford and Burnham. Click on the links to read the full story.
Gary Nuth, 23, of Blackamoor Lane, admitted to four charges on October 9 at Reading Magistrates Court.
The event, held at the Heathrow/Windsor Marriott Hotel in Ditton Road on Friday, October 25, commemorated the unsung heroes of Slough and the surrounding areas in six different categories.
Maidenhead can often seem a little dead on a weekend afternoon but never before has it been inhabited by the undead.
Scores of zombies took to the High Street on Saturday for the town's first zombie walk - a type of Halloween flash mob where people dress-up and turn out in force to surprise the public. Watch our video here
More than 500 violent offences took place in Windsor town centre during a seven-month period last year, police figures have revealed.
The vast majority were committed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings between 9pm and 4am.
Tory calls for key members of Slough Borough Council to resign have been branded a 'lazy attempt to score political points' by the council's Labour leader.
Conservative councillors have called an extraordinary council meeting for Thursday.
They have put forward a motion which states they have lost confidence in the council's leadership because of recent examples of 'financial mismanagement', and want those responsible to step down.
A shocked housewife may have made the first sighting of a false widow spider in Maidenhead following an unpleasant discovery on Monday.
Toni Barker, of Evenlode, came face-to-face with an arachnid of a similar size and bearing the distinctive markings of the notorious spider, which has made national headlines in recent weeks with its nasty bite.
A 55,000 sq ft Tesco store will be the centrepiece of a major build that will also see 10 other retailers set up shop on the Bath Road land including Nike and TK Maxx.
Musical fireworks danced in the night sky on Saturday to the sounds of some of the world's most famous film soundtracks.
The annual display, organised by The Twyford and District Round Table, celebrated the best known work of movie composer John Williams.
A clean-up operation has been taking place across Slough, Windsor and South Bucks this week after the St Jude Storm swept through the area on Monday.
Hundreds of trees were brought down by the high winds, leaving commuters facing delays.
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The Royal Borough will ask Government to raise its status in the three-tier coronavirus alert system from Medium to High next week.