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Slough school being monitored by Goverment for 'failing to promote British values'

27 Nov 2014 17:30 • John Dickens

AN ISLAMIC faith-based independent school is being monitored by the Department for Education for failing to promote fundamental British values, The Observer can reveal.

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Swans attacked with catapults in Datchet and Eton Wick

27 Nov 2014 15:00 • Newsdesk

TWO swans were injured in separate catapult attacks a little more than two days apart.

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Villagers called on to save popular Party in the Park

27 Nov 2014 14:30 • John Dickens

VILLAGERS are being called on to come together and help organise a popular annual Party in the Park - or face losing it forever.

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Tory proposals to reshape town hall's employment policies shot down as 'nasty attack on hard-fought workers' rights'

27 Nov 2014 11:00 • John Dickens

RULING Labour councillors have accused their opposition of ‘attacking hard-fought workers’ rights’ after a feisty council meeting.

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Targeted policing driving down crimes in Slough

27 Nov 2014 08:30 • Newsdesk

TARGETED policing has been cited as the reason for making Slough safer than Oxford, Reading and Milton Keynes.

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Isha Thind leads Slough Hockey Club to minis success

24 Nov 2014 14:33 • Sportsdesk

SLOUGH Hockey Club ace Isha Thind was the star on show at the Thames Valley Mini Hockey Tournament on Sunday.

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Adil Iftakhar crowned British wrestling champion

24 Nov 2014 14:21 • Sportsdesk

SLOUGH Olympic Freestyle Wrestling Club star Adil Iftakhar has been crowned 2014 British Junior Champion.

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Billy Jeffreys heads Slough Town FC to victory against Hitchin Town

24 Nov 2014 12:09 • Rob Stevens

BILLY Jeffreys headed a late winner to give Slough Town FC a fortunate 2-1 victory against Hitchin Town on Saturday.

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EXCLUSIVE: Mercian United FC 'gutted' as Delaford FC battle for a draw

21 Nov 2014 17:30 • Rob Stevens

MERCIAN United FC secretary Jon Jeffrey admits that he is ‘gutted’ not to have beaten Delaford on Saturday.

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Get the theatre buzz back with One Man, Two Guvnors at Wycombe Swan

It has been widely-reported that audience numbers are falling at theatres across the country but One Man, Two Guvnors has bucked the trend.

27 Nov 2014 09:30 • Sam Murray

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Health bonus of biking to work

26 Nov 2014 15:47

Commuting to work is a humdrum but basic fact of life for the majority of the population, and driving, with its convenience and control, is still the favourite mode of transport.

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SUV’s set to surge in 2015

26 Nov 2014 15:41

We’re at nothing less than the dawning of a new age of can-do SUV ownership, if recent trends are anything to go by - and the trend is shaping up to be the big motor sales story of 2015.

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