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'Henley will get electric trains by 2017' - pledge

ELECTRIFICATION of the Henley branch line is still in doubt despite a pledge that the trains will be available within two years.   [more]
No flood protection for B478 Playhatch Road Public inquiry over Whitchurch toll rise Scouts raise money for homeless charity
A BID for funding to protect a busy road from flooding has been rejected. [more] TRANSPORT minister Patrick McLoughlin has ordered a public inquiry into plans... [more] CHILDREN from the 1st Shiplake scout group threw a tea party... [more]
Goring rail line work 'will ruin countryside'
THE electrification of the railway line through Goring will ruin the surrounding countryside, say residents. [more]
Shoplifter gets town's first Criminal Behaviour Order
A WOMAN from Henley has been given a Criminal Behaviour Order for shoplifting. [more]
Henley Show profits back in the black
THE organisers of the Henley Show made £20,000 from events last year compared with a loss of about £8,000 the previous year. [more]
Hundreds turn out to discuss new school
MORE than 200 people attended a public debate on potential sites for a new free school in Caversham. [more]
Thousands join in with Henley Youth Festival
MORE than 2,000 children and young people took part in the 22nd Henley Youth Festival. [more]
Olympians join Paul Daniels for charity show
ROWERS traded the water for the catwalk when they took part in a charity fashion show. [more]
Hospital builder in homes dispute
THE company responsible for redeveloping Townlands Hospital in Henley could face legal action for an alleged breach of contract. [more]
'Don't build an arts centre - enlarge the Kenton'
A NEW arts centre in Henley would have an impact on the Kenton Theatre, says its chairman of trustees. [more]
Teenager charged after car tyres damaged
Corporate giant wants to be part of community
School mourns founding headmaster
Remembering Peter Sly
Girls excel in Tycoon in Schools competition
Shopkeeper applies to build flats above shop
MP’s plea on rates
TV stars cheer up patients at hospice
Hospital staff may use video messaging
Disabled toilet unveiled after long campaign
American captures Henley through the lens
Sign up now for the Henley half marathon
Fire-hit council to move into new offices
Minister unveils new helicopters at RAF Benson
Henley has lowest unemployment in the UK
Warning over fake fifties
Double celebration at Sue Ryder awards
Easter disruptions for train users
MP opposed to new primary school
Spandau Ballet to headline final Festival night
Exhibition raises £8,000 for children's hospice
Parking issues as shoppers descend on sale
Live debut for band at Youth Festival gig
'Attention Seeker' fined after Festival chaos
Peppard Primary donates books to Ghana
Youngsters offered music masterclasses
Return of ’The Legend’
Church cash thief jailed
Vandal fined for smashing window
Town councillor too busy to stand for re-election
Youngsters learn to sing in Xhosa
Contented mind is secret of long life, says centenarian
Mayor: turn off traffic lights
Town hall health fair
Scoot, the computer that keeps traffic flowing
Commuters fear delay in branch line upgrade
Young set to benefit from £6,500 award
’Royals’ support £5m hospice appeal
Search on for site of new 600-seat venue
Ex-head cleared of fraud and theft
Announcement on services at Townlands delayed again
Roadworks cost us £3,000 in lost trade, says business
At last, visitor map installed at station
Residents have their say on new school site
Estate welcomes 'Rolls-Royce of roadsigns'
TV expert hosts charity antique event
£26k canopy for outdoor lessons
Sale visitors told to park more considerately
Disgraced lawyer's appeal bid fails
Swimmers raise £4,000 at Swimarathon
Architects showcase talent at Henley Design Day
CCTV image of suspected bike thief
Facelift for town entrance roundabout
Moment of darkness at town hall for WWI
Latinos could be turned into flats
New stand support
The Christian soldier
Burglars hit football club
Help wanted
Join the fair
Dog chipping
Policeman runs
Car break-in
Turning back the pages
Turning back the pages
Turning back the pages
Turning back the pages
Hidden Henley
Pugilist Paxman
Teenager puts Mayor on the spot
Old fare
Motorcyclist killed in crash with tractor on deadly road
Youth caution
Have your say
Charity music
History talk
Easter hunt
Busy buddies
How to get involved
Ministers praise academy results
Villagers raise £90,000 for pub purchase
Councillor resigns
Academic talk
Residents protest at planning inquiry
Young musicians given chance to shine
Youth festival gets under way with gig night and junior proms
Climbing frame row man tries again
Getaway car
Farm raids
Potential housing sites cut to four
School wins two national awards
Village has changed character but it’s  not ‘dead’, says peer
Wargrave walk on the wild side
Triathlon entries open
Holiday art club
Grant to cut grass
Fun day approved
Sign damaged in crash
Cyclist’s ride for old friend who beat bone cancer twice
Library shut
Top score for GPs
School site opposed
Parking on busy road set to be banned
Pavilion upgrade
AGM held
Earn money from spring clean
Season start for historic Stonor
Story of love of Dido
Getting to grips with the new Passat
In the company car driving Seat
Buying British gathers pace
On pole when it comes to ethics
Mustangs cause stampede
Out with the old, in with the mews
40% of new-builds to be within the reach  of first-time buyers
Hi-spec, energy efficient new-builds that are big on contemporary living
Jackson-Stops negotiator claims top industry award
Auctions make strong start to 2015
Towns such as Henley proving popular with downsizers
‘No rise’ in interest rates
Putting a spring in your step
Romans boosted by online reviews
Wired for sound
When rabbit was allowed to live at Leander
Powerful argument
Charity seeks volunteer drivers
Inside job
Fairtrade show
Master boatbuilder who passed on skill to generations
Open Spaces Society marks 150th with book
Celebrity catwalk
Tory choices
Council say no to shelter
Directing walkers
Lunch raises £1,200 for counselling service
Noise report fee delay
Wine and sausages
Praise for retiring GP
Bollards to protect residents
Pubs go yellow for charity
Historic lock repaired
Village church organ refurbished after 175 years of use
Assault denial
Charity tea raises funds for Watlington library
Hot topic
Day centre book sale
Urban designer works on neighbourhood plan
Sports pavillion suffers at the hands of vandals
Action needed on nuisance lorries, says councillor
Crime crackdown hits target
Debrillator coming
Horticultural Society spring show
Five years after boy’s plea, skate park becomes reality
Cafe goes from Herb Farm to old pub
Last chance to comment
New school ’years away’
Falcon spotted
Characters came off the page to mark World Book Day
Plans for 25 homes on field rejected for second time
Hollywood-themed quiz night with (cardboard) Clooney
Playground makeover
Clean-up day
Help wanted at church
Bowlers’ plea
Don’t forget us, say rail travellers
Vehicle stolen
The Heights public consultation launched
WI Round Up
Spring clean
Church walk of witness
Daffodil day
Housing meeting
Snowdrop teas raise £5,000
Care home residents support Time for a Cuppa campaign
Pre-school under threat of closure after numbers fall
Restored boat prize
Alternative healing stores hosts party
Funeral director to counsel bereaved
High Sheriff’s Award for volunteer
Slippery and unlit path branded a ‘disgrace’
Rower memorial service
New seasonal markets
Pre-school celebrates
Man evicted by SOHA living in tent
Council refuses £10,000 offer to sell land
Charities receive funds raised by Living Advent
Campaigners renew pressure for town centre ban on HGVs
Tesco refused permission for 24-hour deliveries
PA took down minister’s story of his escape from Colditz
David Tapp, February 26, 1930-February 12, 2015
Feedback sought on developer levy
Mike Moulder
Devoted wife and mother, golfer and charity worker
Moorings outsourced
Hundreds attend new house and garden show in Henley
Paxman shows his compassionate side
Thank you for the music
Children to be taught about green living
Council tax rise of 1 per cent
Some tempting shows on offer for just one night in Windsor
Finally, an English victory down under
Office may be turned into home
Job club returns
JHHNP Draft drop-in sessions
Candles stolen
Up for count
Secondary school allocations up
Bees in hall
New cash machine at village hall in May
March bus outings
Tools stolen from vans
House raid
British Legion India talk
Chilli evening
Race night
RNLI dinner
Talks on cyber security and the origin of the internet
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