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Plan to save ‘dangerous’ listed buildings near Slough

A plan to save ‘dangerous’ listed buildings near Slough has been put forward by Buckinghamshire Council.

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New Thames Valley police-community partnership to tackle crime

Thames Valley Police has partnered with businesses and the local public to launch Project Servator.

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Number of XL Bullies living in Berkshire areas revealed

The area around Berkshire where the most XL Bullies live have been revealed by new data.

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Charles and Camilla lead royal family procession at Windsor Castle

The King waved to crowds today as he attended the annual Garter Day service at Windsor Castle as the busy royal weekend continues on after Saturday’s Trooping of the Colour.

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Burnham volunteer, 83, celebrates 20 years of service at charity shop

Long-standing volunteer at RSPCA South Bucks shop in Burnham, Pat Bird, celebrated two decades of service following National Volunteers’ Week.

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Slough public drinking ban set to be agreed by council

A public drinking ban across the whole of Slough looks set to be approved – as borough council leaders meet to consider the proposals

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Can I be fined for driving too slow? What the law says

Can you be fined if you are driving too slowly? Here are the rules you need to know on the subject

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Liquid Leisure fined £80k after schoolgirl died at waterpark

A water sports park has been fined £80k for health and safety failures after the death of an 11-year-old girl who drowned while swimming at a birthday party.

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Nearly all minor injury unit arrivals at Berkshire Healthcare seen

Nearly all minor injury unit arrivals at Berkshire Healthcare seen within four hours

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Live at the Apollo star brings his stand up to Slough

A show about trying to be a good person while staying a badman. Nabil Abdulrashid: The Purple Pill is at Curve Venue in Slough on Friday 28 June at 7.30pm. Tickets are £16.50.

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LOOK INSIDE: Stunning River Thames side property with a pool

This stunning five bedroom riverside home offering excellent and well proportioned accommodation with 90ft direct river frontage and mooring.

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Berkshire Prosperity board to hold its launch meeting

A Berkshire-wide collaboration between all of the county’s major councils will produce a ‘better Berkshire,’ a council boss has said

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Celebrity Race Across The World Harry Clark Favourite To Feature

Another of the BBC's top shows of the year was without doubt The Traitors. The ultimate game of deception had us all gripped in January when, for the first-time ever, a Traitor, Harry Clark, scooped the £95,000 prize pot.

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Tan Dhesi responds to Tommy Robinson after brutal video

Labour party candidate Tan Dhesi has taken to social media after being heckled by a member of the public. Dhesi posted a video on X, formerly known as Twitter, where a man can be heard hurling abuse at the politician.

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Princess of Wales joins royals on balcony in return to public life

The Princess of Wales’ triumphant return to public life was capped by a Buckingham Palace balcony appearance with the royal family in honour of the King’s official birthday.

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Extension plans touted for Haybrook College in Burnham

Haybrook College wants to add eight new classrooms to Millside School at its site at Burnham Road

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Bath Road Shopping Park McDonald's has new extension plans

A planned McDonald’s revamp at the Bath Road Shopping Park in Slough is in this week's roundup of planning applications

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Awards celebrating volunteers in Slough now open

Nominations for awards celebrating the people who give their time to serve as volunteers in Slough are now open.

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In the Dock: Latest results in Reading and Slough Magistrates' Court

The latest cases to come before Berkshire courts.

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Speed camera myths: From flashing lights to the 10% rule

Here are some speed camera myths you might want to consider when next out travelling on the roads.