07:55AM, Saturday 08 February 2014
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Protestors including the English Defence League descended on Slough last saturday.
The Express team were in the town to report on the protests.
Tributes have been paid to a popular 45-year-old mother-of-two from Maidenheadafter her sudden death from a hidden heart condition.
Emma Louise Ross, from Boyn Valley Road, was a victim of Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome - often known as Sudden Adult Death Syndrome - which can strike without warning. She died following a bout of unexplained blackouts that had seen her taken to Wexham Park Hospital twice in a week.
Our experts - Sports editor Graeme Copas and sports reporter Dan Darlington - delve into the weekend's biggest sports stories for the weekly podcast.
Topping the agenda for the second ever Sports Podcast is debate over the future of manager Johnson Hippolyte at Maidenhead United after he admitted his position could be on the line if United get relegated.
Development of a brand new £500,000 play area has come under fire by parents of disabled children.
The adventure playground at Dinton Pastures Country Park, Hurst, is branded as 'inclusive' but has no equipment accessible for children in wheelchairs.
A hard wok-ing waiter is hoping to hit it big with a side-scrolling game involving an angry Chinese chef fighting off gangsters who didn't pay for their food.
Lifelong Maidenhead resident Mohammad Iqbal has created Crazy Chef Chinatown, a new app which has just been released for iPhones and iPads. It follows 'Crazy Chef', a master in the art of 'kung foo'd'.
A former headteacher has been sentenced to eight years in prison for sexual offences against pupils. Roland Peter Wright, of Crown Lane, Farnham Royal, was found guilty of 12 counts of sexual assault against five boys aged between eight and 13.
The 83-year-old committed the offences at Caldicott Boys' Preparatory School, in Crown Lane, Farnham Royal, between 1959 and 1970. Wright was headteacher at Caldicott, the former school of deputy prime minister Nick Clegg, between 1968 and 1993.
A screening of the documentary charting the role of a hero who saved hundreds of children from the Nazi death camps was attended by the man himself.
Sir Nicholas Winton was guest of honour at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts in Altwood Road on Saturday where the documentary film Nicky's Family was shown.
An investigation into the death of Habib 'Paps' Ullah has been referred to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to decide whether it will charge police involved in the case.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has finished its investigation into the death of the 39-year-old Slough resident, who died following a drugs search by police in High Wycombe, in 2008.
Proposals to create a link road between Stafferton Way and Oldfield Road in Maidenhead have moved a step closer after formal plans were submitted.
More than half of adults in the Royal Borough have been labelled overweight or obese in a shock new report - but still have trimmer waistlines than the national average.
Public Health England said on Tuesday that 55.9 per cent of adults in Maidenhead and Windsor fall into this category.
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Two men suffered stab wounds - with one in a serious condition in hospital - after an incident of grievous bodily harm in Maidenhead early this morning (Saturday).
A new era is on the horizon for Maidenhead as the state-of-the-art Braywick Leisure Centre opens this weekend, but the move will see the town wave goodbye to a key part of its history after 45 years.