The midweek round-up: The five most read Advertiser stories so far this week

5.) Inquest begins for construction worker who died at Premier Inn site

An inquest into the death of a young construction worker who died while working on Maidenhead’s new Premier Inn started on Monday.

Benjamin Wylie, 24, from Swindon, died at the West Street building site on Tuesday, May 13, 2014.

4.) Firefighters come to the rescue after cow gets trapped in mud

There was good moos for a cow who got stuck in mud in Little Marlow after it was safely rescued by firefighters on Sunday.

The animal had got itself into trouble after trying to drink from the River Thames at Westhorpe Park, according to Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Fire and Rescue Service (BMKFRS).

3.) Firefighters rush to Nicholsons car park to rescue elderly woman from lift

An elderly woman had to be rescued after a lift broke down in Nicholsons car park on Monday.

Crews from Maidenhead Fire Station attended the scene at about 12.45pm.

2.) AS IT HAPPENED: Government backs third runway at Heathrow

The Department for Transport confirmed it is backing a third runway at Heathrow yesterday.

Catch up on the news and reaction as it happened on our live blog.

1.) POLL: Should a Hindu community centre be built near Boulters Lock?

A proposal to build a Hindu Community Centre on land opposite the Boulters Lock car park has proved to be controversial, with a number of nearby residents objecting.

The Hindu Society is looking to build a one-storey community centre on the land so it can hold educational, cultural and social events.

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