Daniel Whiteway • Published 24 May 2013 09:30
A COVENANT has been signed to pledge civilian support to those in the armed forces in the Royal Borough.
A 23-YEAR-OLD man has been charged with the murder of Kamran Maman.
ARCHERY aces and sailing supremos were to the fore as children took part in a sporting extravaganza.
- Departing Royal Borough mayor criticises charitable trusts in farewell speech
- Muslim free school chiefs pledge to provide platform for top women business executives and directors of the future
- Woman freed from car after Reading smash
- Former Whitley fugitive jalied for firearms cache
- Look In Cafe to close
- Ruddlesway shopping parade to be demolished to make way for homes
- Date set for Slough Jets coach to enter plea on drug offence charges
- Planning applications for Park Street fire homes to be granted high priority status
- Community leaders release statement after suspected terrorist attack in Woolwich
- Six men arrested in Kamran Maman murder investigation
- No Changing of the Guard in Windsor but security arrangements as normal after Woolwich attack
A LABOUR councillor who has lived in Reading for 40 years is the borough's new mayor.
'We will produce the top women business executives and directors of tomorrow' - that's the pledge from chiefs behind a new Muslim faith-based free school.
BUSINESSES are preparing to close their doors as Bracknell's regeneration begins - including a hairdresser who will close next week after 34 years in Broadway. Also, popular horse show must move after 20 years, Cable & Wireless office to close, trio avoids jail over drugs haul and a 20-page Lifestyle supplement.
LEGENDS of international cricket will be playing at Eversley next Friday (May 31) in the club's annual match against a Lashings World XI.
Is there such a thing as being too old for punk? The Undertones - formed in Derry in 1975, reformed with a new frontman in 1999 - don't seem to think so. And with tunes as good as Teenage Kicks, Jimmy Jimmy and My Perfect Cousin to play, you can see why.