09:48AM, Wednesday 26 July 2017
New engines that will help firefighters save lives have been delivered to stations across Berkshire.
Having received the new Volvo Emergency One appliances since June, the team at Slough Fire Station in Tuns Lane unveiled it to the press on Monday.
A jury heard yesterday how a Slough man accused of sharing a variety of extremist propaganda allegedly sent an audio clip of a speaker justifying the horrific 2015 Paris attack a day after it happened.
Taha Hussain, from Langtree Avenue, has been charged with nine counts of dissemination of a terrorist publication and one count of encouraging terrorism. He denies the charges.
A huge amount of grit and talent was needed on Saturday as artists braved the downpours at Windsor Castle for its third annual open air painting event.
Windsor Castle opened its gates for En Plein Air, which is French for painting outdoors.
A 14-year-old boy lost consciousness and suffered a fractured jaw when he was assaulted by four older boys in the Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground.
The victim was at the rear of the park, behind the sports courts with friends, when he was assaulted by the group of boys at about 2.30pm on Saturday, July 15.
Two people died following a three-car crash near the Legoland roundabout in Windsor on Sunday night.
Emergency services were called to the crash, involving a black Mercedes, a silver VW Golf and a blue Mercedes, in Winkfield Road at about 10.45pm.
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Two Slough men who launched an ‘unprovoked attack’ on a man and a woman in Maidenhead town centre have been sentenced to four and a half years in prison.
The communications team for Burger King in Slough High Street have attempted to cover up the discovery of maggots in the store with a ‘cleaning story’ – before accidentally revealing the truth in an email blunder.