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Developing: Woman and child killed after being hit by train at Slough station - police rule out third party involvement

23 Sep 2014 13:31

A WOMAN and a child have died after being hit by a train at Slough station earlier this morning.

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Sunningdale residents group hits back over criticism over 'accountability'

21 Sep 2014 12:30

CONCERNS over the accountability of the group responsible for delivering Ascot and Sunningdale’s Neighbourhood Plan will be raised at a Royal Borough meeting.

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Community heroes rewarded at Sunningdale Area Carnival

20 Sep 2014 12:30

UNSUNG heroes were rewarded at this year’s Sunningdale Area Carnival for the time and energy they put into supporting their communities.

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Date set for public meeting over flight path trials

19 Sep 2014 15:45

THE date and location of a public meeting to discuss Heathrow's trial flight paths has been set.

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Theresa May says 'Don't jump into politics'

18 Sep 2014 15:00

STUDENTS should 'experience the real world’ before embarking on a career in politics according to top politicians who attended the county’s first cross-party conference for teenagers.

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Charters student Martha struggles in pastry week on the Great British Bake Off

18 Sep 2014 11:30

IT was Pastry week in last night’s episode of the Great British Bake Off, with Ascot girl Martha shedding tears over her eclairs.

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Berkshire League Round-up: Super Mac stars for Sulhamstead in season’s finale

4 Sep 2014 12:30

DOUG Macdonald (4-32) produced a superb spell as runners-up Sulhamstead had the better of a draw with champions Peppard Stoke Row on the final weekend of the Berkshire Cricket League season.

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Proud day as Peppard Stoke Row win maiden Berkshire Cricket League title

28 Aug 2014 18:30

PEPPARD Stoke Row were crowned Berkshire Cricket League Premier Division champions for the first time after they thrashed South East Reading by eight wickets.

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Crows victory puts them on the brink of the title

21 Aug 2014 09:30

CAPTAIN Paddy Hennessy starred as league leaders Peppard Stoke Row secured an 82 run win at Woodcote.

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Win tickets to Windsor Races

15 Aug 2014 13:30

188BET, one of the UK’s prefereed destinations for online gaming and betting, has teamed up with the Slough Observer to offer 10 lucky readers a pair of tickets to Ladies Night at Royal Windsor Racecourse on Saturday, August 23.

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Berkshire's wait for a win continues in the Unicorns Championship after they draw with Oxfordshire at Great & Little Tew

8 Aug 2014 10:30

BERKSHIRE CC’s penultimate match of the season ended in a tame draw against Oxfordshire at Great and Little Tew this week.

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Giant racehorse statue unveiled ahead of Saturday's Shergar Cup at Ascot

7 Aug 2014 16:00

A GIANT racehorse created out of contortionists has been unveiled at Ascot Racecourse in celebration of the Shergar Cup this Saturday.

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Blues band King King to stop off in Reading and Newbury with special guest

23 Sep 2014 16:00

DESCRIBED as one of the 'most explosive rock/blues bands on the planet', King King will be bringing their tour to Reading audiences next year.

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First World War poets brought to life in Not About Heroes

23 Sep 2014 13:30

IN 1917, having protested against the continuance of the war, celebrated poet and war hero Siegfried Sassoon was sent to the Craiglockhart War Hospital in Scotland for ‘war neurosis’. But the idea was to try and silence him.

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Folk musician Seth Lakeman will tell tales to Windsor Festival audience

16 Sep 2014 09:30

INSPIRED by his journalist father, folk musician Seth Lakeman embarked on a mission to uncover extraordinary tales from ordinary people.

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Holmes to solve Ripper-style mystery in Kenton Theatre's new play

15 Sep 2014 13:30

A NEW play described as “Sherlock Holmes meets Jack the Ripper” opens at Henley’s Kenton Theatre next week — and there are hopes it will transfer to the West End.

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