07:00AM, Saturday 27 October 2012
Starting today, the Advertiser and Express websites will be bringing you a round-up of the week's top stories from across east Berkshire.
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A shock ultimatum was given to Royal Borough staff - sign new contracts or face dismissal. Angry demonstrators gathered as councillors agreed at a meeting of the employment panel to impose new contracts on all staff.
An Olympic bronze medal belonging to Maidenhead's London 2012 hockey player Hannah Macleod went missing after a team celebration in London. A 31-year-old man was arrested the following day.
A warning was issued that commuters in Maidenhead and South Bucks could be crippled by roadworks that will clog a key route into town during the crucial Christmas shopping period and beyond.
A heartfelt tribute was paid by the family of a man who died a week after he was hit by a car in Ascot. Simon Large died at St George’s Hospital in London and a murder inquiry was launched by police.
Bungling police apologised after wrongly accusing a taxi driver of failing to pay a parking fine dating back 13 years. Mohammed Matlub Khan was sent a collection order to pay £30 for a fixed penalty notice police insisted was issued in May 1999.
A man died after being found slumped on the floor of a petrol station in Langley. Police were called to the BP garage in Parlaunt Road by a member of staff who found the man on the shop floor.
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