12:09 pm, Wed 01 Aug 2012 Gold hopes for Olympic rowers
Glover and Stanning 'destroyed the field'
Great Britain celebrated their first gold medal of the London Olympic Games after Helen Glover and Heather Stanning, based in Reading, stormed to victory in the final of the women's pair.
Glover and Stanning destroyed the field, winning by more than a length to make history at Eton Dorney as the first British female rowers to be crowned Olympic champions.
Australia pipped world champions New Zealand to win silver but neither crew was able to live with the blistering pace set by the British pair.
10:06 am, Wed 01 Aug 2012 Gold hopes for Olympic rowers
Olympic rowers prepare for finals
Great Britain's (right to left) Melanie Wilson, Debbie Flood, Frances Houghton and Beth Rodford in action in the women's quadruple sculls.
Credit: Stephen Pond/PA Wire
A number of rowers from the South will be competing in Olympic finals today - as the women's pair, quadruple sculls and the men's eight take to the water in the next few hours.
Many of those taking part come from Leander club in Henley, including Frances Houghton and Debbie Flood in the women's quadruple sculls.
9:56 am, Tue 10 Jul 2012 Streaker tackled on Torch Route
Streaker tackled to the ground by officers
The view from above as a streaker is tackled on the Torch Relay
Credit: ITV Meridian
Here's the first photo of a streaker tacked to the ground in Henley-on-Thames as the Olympic Torch passed through on its relay around the country.
4:44 pm, Mon 18 Jun 2012 Petition for Beatle monument
Calls for a George Harrison statue in Henley
More than 700 people have signed a petition for a statue of George Harrison in Henley. James Lambert would like the monument to be erected in the market place. The former Beatle lived in Friar Park from 1970 until his death in 2001.
The campaign has received the backing of Henley MP John Howell and a number of town councillors.
5:20 pm, Sun 13 May 2012 Police appeal after attack
Police appeal after Henley attack
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a man was injured in Henley in the early hours of this morning.
An officer on patrol discovered the 22-year-old victim outside the Catherine Wheel pub at 12.35am, with a cut to his head.
Officers at the scene arrested two men aged 25 and 24 on suspicion of GBH. They remain in police custody.