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- FOOTBALL: 'We're stuck in a rut,' moans Reading FC boss Steve Clarke
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23 Apr 2015 09:30 • Chris Anderson
THIEVES, junkies and pleasure seekers are running amok on top of town centre shops causing damage and endangering the lives of shoppers and business owners, it has been claimed.
26 Apr 2015 10:00 • Daniel Whiteway
MORE than 19 out of every 20 children starting primary school in Slough and the Royal Borough this autumn will do so in one of their three first choice schools.
26 Apr 2015 08:30 • Chris Anderson
CHILDREN who receive extra funding towards their education will be given priority for a school place in tie-breakers.
25 Apr 2015 17:05 • Paul Carey
IF YOU look up the word 'predictable' in the dictionary then it can't be long until a picture of the Madejski Stadium lies below it.
25 Apr 2015 15:59
A MAN has been charged with 19 driving offences in Reading.
25 Apr 2015 18:45 • Paul Carey
Steve Clarke says Reading are “stuck in a rut” after another bitterly disappointing home defeat to Brentford.
25 Apr 2015 13:00 • Paul Carey
ADAM FEDERICI was named Reading FC Player of the Season following yesterday's 2-0 loss at home to Brentford.
25 Apr 2015 13:00
Hello and welcome to live coverage of Reading FC's final home league game of the season.
25 Apr 2015 09:30
A NUMBER of Pinewood Judo Club members attended the Bishop’s Stortford Red & Yellow Belt competition last week and performed admirably to secure an impressive medal haul.
23 Mar 2015 09:30
Live life like you’ll die tomorrow, plant a garden like you’ll live forever – I can’t remember who quoted that to me once but it has stuck with me. In reality we just don’t do this, however.
15 Mar 2015 09:30
THE Farndale Avenue Townswomen’s Guild drama group are renowned for their lack of stage prowess and their production of this sci-fi drama resulted in the predictable mayhem we have come to expect from these ladies of somewhat limited talent! Props went astray, lines were forgotten or muddled and we witnessed a series of wardrobe malfunctions, the absurdity of which all added to the hilarity of the evening.
10 Mar 2015 09:30
PASS the parcel. These are some of the final words said in The History Boys by focal character Hector – an inspiring and off-curricula English teacher nurturing a group of eight boys through to their university entry exams.
9 Mar 2015 09:30
It is quite amusing, well to me anyway, that this month’s column on my London Marathon training sits right next to a piece about sugar dependency.
23 Apr 2015 15:58
Cycling may seem like a pretty solitary activity to the outsider: you get on your bike, ride around by yourself and then get off again. However, there’s no reason why this should be the case, and the rise of cycling clubs in and around London is beginning to paint a more interconnected picture of the sport.
23 Apr 2015 12:27
Moving should be a time of optimism and excitement and whether you are moving onwards and upwards or starting afresh, you have new prospects ahead of you - potentially a new neighbourhood or a new job. In order to make whatever move you have in mind – home or office, student or storage – you need a removal company prepared to embrace all circumstances with expertise and a can-do attitude.
23 Apr 2015 11:22
Few things in life are free, especially in the world of removals, but Best Van and Man have decided that after so much success, they can let one free removal be thrown out for people to have a chance at grabbing on to. They aren’t called Best Van and Man for nothing.