Suspected arsonist attacks council offices
A massive blaze tore through South Oxfordshire District Council's offices following a suspected arson attack.
Hundreds attend Henley Christmas Festival
A big wheel and a carousel were among the attractions at this year's well-attended Henley Christmas Festival
Robbie launches Living Advent
A Robbie Williams tribute act performed in front of 200 people on the first night of the Henley Living Advent Calendar.
Henley students host charity gig
Music students from The Henley College raised money for charity by hosting a gig at the Victoria pub.
Floral boats bring colour to Henley
More than 20 boats decked out with flowers took part in a flotilla on the Thames through Henley.
Hundreds visit young farmers' fete
More than 1,500 people visited the Henley Young Farmers' Club's rally and fun day at Fawley Park.
Tories triumph across the board
The Conservatives' major national success was reflected at local government level in the Henley area.
Families flock to Henley May fair
More than 1,000 people attended this year's May fair on Mill Meadows in Henley.
20,000 tackle Henley's second Tough Mudder
Thousands of challengers descended on the Culden Faw estate near Henley for the second Tough Mudder challenge.
Reading Pitch Invasion - Monday 16 March 2015
Video taken at the Reading v Bradford City match at Madejski Stadium, where Charlie Sumner invaded the pitch, by Henley firefighter Michael Saunders.
Upper Thames makes Regatta history
Henley's Upper Thames Rowing Club won at Henley Royal Regatta for the first time, taking home two trophies.
Crowds cool off on regatta's fourth day
Sunshine gave way to cloudy skies as Leander Club continued to rack up the wins at Henley Royal Regatta.
Do you like Henley's shops?
With the number of empty shops at an all-time low, we ask what Henley shoppers think of local provision.
How would you solve Henley's air pollution problem?
We asked Henley residents how they would fix the town's air pollution problem.
Is Henley full of 'posh' people?
We ask Henley shoppers' views on Michael McIntyre's jokes about the town being "posh".