Published 25 May 2013 17:30 0
THOUSANDS came out to enjoy a glorious day of sunshine at an annual Donkey Derby.
NOISY neighbours will be targeted in a series of summertime patrols.
THOUSANDS of rowers and spectators turned out for a 12-hour bonanza of rowing.
- Police arrest ninth man in murder investigation
- Polish Saturday school celebrates 60 years
- Heavyweight title belt stolen by thieves
- London ships out 100 homeless people to Slough
- Looking for something do this bank holiday? Why not visit the new nature reserve at Fobney Island in Reading
- Rowing World Cup rolling into Dorney
- Friends and family pay tribute to 'kind, loving and humble' Kamran Maman
- Man charged with Kamran Maman murder
- Muslim free school chiefs pledge to provide platform for top women business executives and directors of the future
- Date set for Slough Jets coach to enter plea on drug offence charges
- Community leaders release statement after suspected terrorist attack in Woolwich
'We will produce the top women business executives and directors of tomorrow' - that's the pledge from chiefs behind a new Muslim faith-based free school.
A humorous play from the writer behind Rising Damp, Duty Free, Only When I Laugh and Home To Roost will be performed by the Riverside Players, from Thursday to Saturday, June 27-29.
A SUPERSTORE has handed over a cheque for almost £3,000 after a year-long fundraising partnership.
Is there such a thing as being too old for punk? The Undertones - formed in Derry in 1975, reformed with a new frontman in 1999 - don't seem to think so. And with tunes as good as Teenage Kicks, Jimmy Jimmy and My Perfect Cousin to play, you can see why.