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Former Slough journalist has died at 95

Colleagues have paid tribute to a former Slough Express journalist who died over the Christmas period after a short illness. “Gentleman” Jim Stewart, who was 95, worked as chief reporter and news editor at the Express in the 1960s and

"Dark crime" debut for journalist-turned-novelist

Journalist Robert Rennick has penned his first crime novel – and it’s about a regional press reporter fending off competition to get his scoop on an evening paper! Robert, formerly of the Slough Express, South Wales Argus and Sheffield Star,

Weekly reporters are first to the scene

Fast-reacting reporters from the Slough Express were first to the scene of the dramatic court break-out of two prisoners by three masked gunmen. They arrived shortly after reports of shots being fired into the ceiling of Court 1 at the

BT awards shortlist unveiled

IT’S down to two – Metro London and the Ipswich Evening Star – in the battle to be named London and Northern Home Counties Daily Newspaper of the Year. Shortlisted entrants in the annual BT Press and Broadcast Awards were

Giving Tree to help needy youngsters

The Slough Express is teaming up with a local shopping centre to bring a new-look toy appeal to the town. The project means that toys donated in the annual appeal will go directly to a local child, thanks to the

Appeal for justice over jailed nanny

The case of jailed British nanny Manjit Basuta is firmly on the agenda of America’s top lawyer – thanks to a campaigning weekly newspaper. The Windsor, Slough and Eton Express series took its chance to hand-deliver a letter demanding a

Express move to save the arts

A campaign to save Windsor Arts Centre has seen hundreds of people rush to give their support. The campaign – backed by the Slough Express – aims to stop the popular venue being closed as a result of budget cuts.