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Sat September 26, 2020
- Covid: Worker fired for misusing test-and-trace details - The bus tour employee used Kat Kingsley's personal details to contact her without good cause.
- Reading third bridge: Renewed opposition to Thames crossing plan - Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell councils all support the scheme in a bid to ease congestion.
- Commercial drone sky highway 'could open this year' - A technology firm applies to open a five-mile flight path for deliveries by drones and other uses.
- Reading stabbing: Police stop-and-search powers extended - The order is needed to "prevent a repeat" of an attack in Reading, police say.
The bus tour employee used Kat Kingsley's personal details to contact her without good cause.
Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell councils all support the scheme in a bid to ease congestion.
A technology firm applies to open a five-mile flight path for deliveries by drones and other uses.
The order is needed to "prevent a repeat" of an attack in Reading, police say.
The 16-year-old was given an 18-month Youth Rehabilitation Order for the "serious" offences.
Xavier Hopkins, who only has 10% of his sight, turned his passion for mountain biking into a career.
Thames Valley Police say the officers and those they had close contact with are self-isolating.
Network Rail says the coronavirus pandemic has delayed talks about the line from Reading to the airport.
A teenager has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm after a man was stabbed on Saturday.
They would be reserved for key workers struggling to get NHS tests.
Vaneet Singh said one of the men tried to remove his turban and asked him: "Are you Taliban?"
Photographer Gavin Watson's evocative 1980s photos are to form the basis of a new play.
Posted by Administrator : Thursday 14th March 2013
BRUSHES AND MOPS AT THE READY! Many members of our community make their mark on our local streets by joining various local Berkshire cleaning initiatives throughout the community in a bid to keep our parks, streets, roads and pavements looking clean and look after.
Posted by Administrator : Tuesday 12th March 2013
KEEP THE WHOLE FAMILY IN TIP TOP SHAPE. Family life can be hectic and keeping up with the fast pace of it can be difficult, which also means having regular healthy meals can be easier said than done.
Posted by Administrator : Monday 11th March 2013
BE PREPARED OR AT LEAST HAVE YOUR ARM BANDS READY. Flooding can be devastating for home owners but some simple tips could prevent heartbreaking and costly repairs. It is important that you understand about your property and local areas, so you can be aware of any potential flooding problems in the future.
Posted by Administrator : Sunday 10th March 2013
ARE YOU INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY? Despite the economic downturn in recent years we have seen it has really raised the local people of the communities’ spirits and brought a feeling of togetherness.
Posted by Administrator : Sunday 3rd March 2013
GET THE MOST OUT OF LOCAL CLEAN UP’s. We all know it is awful when we see parks, beaches and riversides strewn with litter. It is bad for our children, us, our pets, plants, local wildlife and our Berkshire community.
Posted by Administrator : Thursday 28th February 2013
HOW EASY IS IT TO SPOT A LOCAL COWBOY TRADER? There are numerous reasons why cowboy builders get away with their bad practices and carry on working in the community such as people not asking for verified references, no signed contract, not obtaining at least 3 other quotes to compare, clients naturally go for the cheapest quote and some residents or businesses are impatient and choose not to wait for the best builder.
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