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Infamous 'lego bricks' to return to busy Langley junction as part of roadworks next week

31 Oct 2014 17:35 • Newsdesk

INFAMOUS 'lego bricks' will return to Langley as part of roadworks next week.

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Fireworks events set to go with a bang

31 Oct 2014 17:30

SPECTACULAR firework displays will light up the skies across Bracknell, Wokingham and Ascot as thousands gather to ‘remember, remember the fifth of November’.

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Windsor-based cycling team stars in film premiering in Leicester Square tomorrow documenting the unique culture of the MAMIL club

31 Oct 2014 17:30 • Daniel Whiteway

A UNIQUE cycling club will star in a film premiering in Leicester Square tomorrow after a whirlwind eight years.

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Ghoulish goings-on at Windsor's annual pumpkin party

31 Oct 2014 16:35 • Daniel Whiteway

CREEPY costumes and frightening fancy dress were the order of the day at a hauntingly good annual Halloween party.

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Fireworks shows in Slough and the Royal Borough

31 Oct 2014 16:30 • Newsdesk

Check out all the places you can ohh and arghh at fireworks!

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Reading Rockets crash out of National Trophy

31 Oct 2014 16:30

READING Rockets crashed out of the National Trophy before the quarter-finals for the first time in a decade after falling to an 81-77 defeat at Hemel Storm on Saturday.

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Reading Sunday Football League Round-up: Whitley Tavern prove too strong for Tilehurst YM

31 Oct 2014 16:30

EMMER Green made it two home wins in a row in the Senior Division after they thrashed Kidmore End 4-1, writes Richard Ashton.

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Redingensians Rams battle to tough away win at Old Centralians

31 Oct 2014 15:30

REDINGENSIANS Rams made it six wins from their opening seven games but were made to work hard in a 19-11 success at Old Centralians on Saturday.

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Exclusive: London Irish full back Andrew Fenby with the latest from the Exiles after two brilliant European wins

31 Oct 2014 14:30

THIS time of year brings a brief hiatus from the Premiership, giving us the chance to fight for silverware in two other important competitions, the European Challenge Cup and the LV Cup.

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Europe essay prize is a great winter challenge

For any enterprising student who’s dreamed of being able to seriously expand his or her horizons the new eye-catcher offer agreed between Berlin-based travel experts GoEuro and the University of Reading is surely too good to ignore.

29 Oct 2014 09:30

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Are green “tractors” the smart 4X4 option?

9 Oct 2014 13:03 • Hugh Miller

Even for people who follow new vehicle design fairly closely the lingering, classic image of the 4 X 4 is often that of an ostentatious gas guzzler with the eco-efficiency of a Sherman tank - the notorious “Chelsea Tractor”.

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Are we swapping the gym for a gadget?

9 Oct 2014 13:01 • Hugh Miller

We all know about the well-established trend among young people to risk obesity by spending endless hours glued to computer games - but it could just be that we’re giving technological gadgetry a bad name it doesn’t really deserve.

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How will Reading fare in the Championship this season?

8 Oct 2014 11:14

We're rolling into October now and the start of the winter period of the 2014/15 Championship season so things are starting to settle into place in the second tier of English football for The Royals and all of the other side's looking to secure promotion to the Premier League.

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The Reduced Shakespeare Company blast through the bard's work at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts

AMERICAN theatre troupe The Reduced Shakespeare Company have become renowned for taking huge topics, from the complete works of Shakespeare to the Bible, and squeezing them into just 97 minutes.

31 Oct 2014 09:30 • Annabel Langley

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The Happy Horticulturalist on the war of the roses

30 Oct 2014 09:30

The Wars of the Roses will be known to you as a period of civil war in medieval England between the Lancastrians wearing red roses and the Yorkists wearing white roses.

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Things are getting better and better for Chas and Dave

30 Oct 2014 09:30

THINGS are getting ‘better and better’ for Cockney duo Chas and Dave as their hit tour gets set to roll into town.

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