08:45AM, Saturday 17 May 2014
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A construction worker from Wiltshire has died at a Maidenhead building site.
South Central Ambulance Service has confirmed a 'man in his 20s' died after an industrial incident at the construction site in West Street.
Huge crowds turned out to watch an action-filled programme on 'Windsor Wednesday' of Royal Windsor Horse Show.
Joanna Peck, marketing director for Royal Windsor Horse Show, estimated they had between 8,000-10,000 people on the first day.
A perceived lack of information about plans to make a section of the M4 a smart motorway has left some residents in Slough confused and scared about the future of their homes.
A long-serving chairman of The Hurst Horticultural and Cottage Garden Society has retired.
Terry Bunyard, who was chairman for 29 of the 35 years he was involved with the group, was presented with a scarecrow and vouchers for his service.
The Animal Sanctuary UK in Dorney has been ordered to cease operations and remove its buildings or face legal action.
The order comes after South Bucks District Council refused a retrospective planning application for 36 structures on its site on Orchard Herbs Farm in Lake End Road.
The annual Heaven Sent Ball was held on Saturday and raised £25,000 for the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service.
TV personality and auctioneer Thomas Plant hosted the event, which included a performance by Carol Decker from T'Pau.
Veteran entertainer Rolf Harris was branded a 'dirty old man' by a woman who claims he indecently assaulted her 36 years ago, a court heard.
Harris, 84, allegedly molested the schoolgirl twice when she was 13 in 1978, the start of a 16-year campaign of grooming, jurors heard at Southwark Crown Court.
Hiring interpreters has cost the area's police more than £130,000 in each of the last three financial years, while the prosecution service is increasing its spending on translation services. The latest figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show that in the 2013-14 financial year Thames Valley Police spent £135,151.28 on interpreters in the Royal Borough.
A woman has been taken to hospital after two cars were involved in a collision at the Tuns Lane junction.
Firefighters from Slough fire station were called to the junction of Tuns Lane and Bath Road at 7.30am on Wednesday after a set of traffic lights were stuck on red.
Heathrow has unveiled its final plan for a third runway - to mixed reactions.
Heathrow Airport Ltd chief executive Colin Matthews revealed on Tuesday that a final route for the proposed £15.6 billion 3km runway is now prepared - between Sipson and Colnbrook.
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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.