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Self-taught Windsor artist makes third calendar depicting views of his adopted hometown

16 Sep 2014 09:30 • Daniel Whiteway

A SELF-taught artist has created his third calendar featuring unique and original views of his adopted hometown.

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Reading Buses' CEO James Freeman stands down after seven years

16 Sep 2014 08:00

READING Buses’ CEO joked that his head would be too swollen to get out the door after he was given a touching send-off by transport leaders.

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Anger as opposition councillors hit out at 'bias' in taxpayer-funded newspaper after leaked email

16 Sep 2014 07:30 • Daniel Whiteway

OPPOSITION councillors have hit out after an email asking for contributions to a taxpayer-funded newspaper was only sent to Tories.

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Two teenagers arrested in connection with a robbery near the Abbey Ruins

15 Sep 2014 17:30

TWO teenagers have been arrested after a woman’s handbag was stolen in a snatch-and-grab robbery on Friday.

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The love of libraries is the theme of a new photographic exhibition at Town Hall

15 Sep 2014 17:30 • Newsdesk

THE love people have for libraries is the theme of a new photography exhibition.

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Champions Stoke Green Cricket Club attract local interest

15 Sep 2014 13:08 • Rob Stevens

STOKE Green captain Sukh Dhillon believes any winter signings will have to buy into his side’s “team ethic” when they play in Thames Valley League Division One for the first time next year.

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Datchet Cricket Club can still win promotion from Thames Valley Cricket League Division One

15 Sep 2014 12:58 • Rob Stevens

TIM Alldis is keeping his fingers crossed that his side could yet be promoted to the Home Counties Premier League, despite only finishing as runners-up in Thames Valley League Division One.

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Slough Town FC suffer shock FA Cup exit

15 Sep 2014 12:40 • Rob Stevens

SLOUGH Town FC crashed out of the FA Cup after a 2-1 defeat against Ardley United on Saturday.

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Slough Town FC suffer shock FA Cup exit

15 Sep 2014 12:39 • Rob Stevens

SLOUGH Town FC crashed out of the FA Cup after a 2-1 defeat against Ardley United on Saturday.

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Legal power offers a lasting solution

Terms like “power of attorney” surely seem straightforward enough, meaning someone is giving someone else the authority to look after a broad range of legal issues on their behalf, at least under certain circumstances. But what does “lasting power of attorney” mean, and why should we think it is worth checking out in detail?

11 Sep 2014 15:40

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Bingo fun meets Strictly in cyberspace

3 Sep 2014 14:30

Imagine a TV channel which combines top entertainers with brilliant interactive leisure - one you can watch, play and enjoy on your tablet, laptop or smartphone.

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Adam Afriyie column: We're taking a stand against domestic violence

13 Aug 2014 09:30

ATTACKING or abusing a partner is a dreadful thing to do. There are unfortunately cases when this is deliberate, ongoing and hidden behind the closed doors of a relationship.

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The rise and rise of an online Norse Star

8 Aug 2014 11:25 • Gary Farmer

When a company “suddenly” experiences a meteoric rise, particularly when it’s one operating in the jungle of online marketing services, it can leave pundits struggling to find an adequate explanation.

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Folk musician Seth Lakeman will tell tales to Windsor Festival audience

16 Sep 2014 09:30

INSPIRED by his journalist father, folk musician Seth Lakeman embarked on a mission to uncover extraordinary tales from ordinary people.

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Texas will play in Reading as part of 25th anniversary tour

15 Sep 2014 15:30

SCOTTISH pop band Texas will play The Hexagon next year as part of a 25th anniversary tour.

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Holmes to solve Ripper-style mystery in Kenton Theatre's new play

15 Sep 2014 13:30

A NEW play described as “Sherlock Holmes meets Jack the Ripper” opens at Henley’s Kenton Theatre next week — and there are hopes it will transfer to the West End.

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