23 June 2021 | 18:02

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Maidenhead Olympian's kit stolen from car just weeks before Tokyo 2020

An Olympic gold medallist from Maidenhead is seeking information after equipment worth more than £3,000 was stolen from her car.Giselle Ansley MBE, who won gold with Team GB’s women’s hockey team at Rio 2016, said that valuable items had been stolen from her car including four hockey sticks, three pairs of shoes, gloves and shin pads.

23 June 2021 | 17:45

Maidenhead

Organisations join forces to promote Drowning Prevention Week

Emergency services, local authorities and the Environment Agency are joining forces to support Drowning Prevention Week.

23 June 2021 | 10:16

Maidenhead

Royal Swan Upping returns to River Thames after one-year hiatus

The royal tradition of Swan Upping is returning to the River Thames next month following a one-year hiatus.

22 June 2021 | 17:04

Maidenhead

No recorded COVID-19 deaths in Royal Borough in over a month, panel told

The Royal Borough has not recorded a COVID-19 death in over a month, councillors were told on Monday.At an outbreak engagement board meeting, the panel received the latest figures as cases of the Delta variant continue to rise.

22 June 2021 | 16:50

Maidenhead

BCA unveils new rainbow crossing in support of LGBT Pride month

The new crossing will now be a permanent fixture to welcome students, staff and visitors each day.

22 June 2021 | 15:15

Taplow

Murder arrest in connection with 1987 death of Shani Warren

Thames Valley Police has arrested a man in connection with a murder that took place in 1987.

A 65-year-old man was arrested this morning (June 22) and is currently in custody.

22 June 2021 | 14:00

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Why did I receive an emergency alert on Tuesday?

You may be wondering why your phone made a loud siren noise at around lunchtime this afternoon.

Android users across the country may have heard the sound, which can be quite startling when unexpected.

Do not worry, there is no need to panic.

21 June 2021 | 17:00

Maidenhead

Maidenhead man's book of poems to help raise money for cancer research

A Maidenhead cancer-survivor has published a book of poems on his life experiences and will be donating 20 per cent of the sales towards cancer research.