03:48PM, Wednesday 11 May 2016
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a 17-year-old boy was assaulted outside Bread'n'Things in Burnham on Monday afternoon.
The boy was punched by a male in his late teens or early twenties at about 1.45pm outside the Eastfield Road shop.
Maidenhead Post Office looks set to close, with services moved to WHSmith in the Nicholsons Centre.
The proposals, which are to be put out to six-week public consultation from tomorrow, were confirmed by the Post Office this afternoon.
The new Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead has been confirmed as Cllr Sayonara Luxton (Con, Sunningdale).
The current Deputy Mayor will take over from Mayor Eileen Quick on Tuesday, May 24.
An appeal has been launched for victims to come forward after a suspected bogus estate agent conned renters out of thousands of pounds.
Last month, seven people were scammed by a man claiming to work for 'Red Bricks Estate'.
Cllr Simon Dudley has announced he is to become the next leader of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
The current deputy leader of the council tweeted this evening to say he was 'incredibly proud' to be elected as leader by the Royal Borough's Conservative group.
Planning permission for 200 new homes on the outskirts of Hurst have been declined by Wokingham Borough Council.