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6 Dec 2013 17:30 • Andy Wilkins
THE Royal Borough is searching for volunteers to help launch a new trust to manage its leisure centres.
6 Dec 2013 17:00 • Joe Gammie
READING FC chairman John Madejski has issued a lion-hearted appeal to help make sure more children enjoy a merry Christmas.
6 Dec 2013 17:00 • Andrew Belt
FESTIVE cheer was brought to Hungerford in the company of 1,500 visitors when the Christmas lights were switched on in High Street on Sunday.
6 Dec 2013 16:30
MOTORISTS are being warned of road closures when a convoy of bikers bring Christmas magic to the town on Sunday.
6 Dec 2013 16:30 • John Dickens
AN INCREASE in immigrants coming to live in Slough is putting an unbearable strain on public services, politicians claimed during a radio debate aired around the world.
6 Dec 2013 16:30 • Shakila Barabhuiya
BRACKNELL Hockey Club Ladies 1sts produced a clinical performance to beat Trysports Premier Division leaders South Bucks 2-0 at Birch Hill.
6 Dec 2013 13:00 • James Walker-Roberts
SHAUN Cummings insists Reading FC are happy to continue winning ugly, even if it means incurring the frustrations of the fans.
6 Dec 2013 12:30
MARCUS Willis rounded off a spectacular year by winning the Aegon British Tour Masters title without losing a set.
6 Dec 2013 12:05 • Sportsdesk
SHANE Geraghty will captain London Irish in their Amlin Cup match against Stade Francais at the Madejski Stadium on Sunday (3pm ko).
6 Dec 2013 09:32
SOME weeks ago the Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, announced an extra £250m would go to A&E this year and next year to help it over the winter months.
6 Dec 2013 09:31
RESIDENTS across Reading tell me times are tough. Prices are rising faster than wages and most of us are working harder, for longer, for less.
6 Dec 2013 09:30
SCOTLAND, home of the brave. Famous for Robert Burns, haggis and deep fried Mars bars. I’ve not had the pleasure of tasting their infamous batter-layered chocolate treat, but I’m sure it’s delightful.
5 Dec 2013 09:30
MEETING with parents of dyslexic children you realise how distressing it is when you feel that “the system” is not on your side.
The cost of monthly household bills has never been greater. International demand for food, energy and other services means that consumers are being asked to pay more. Pressure from growing markets elsewhere means that commodity prices are largely up.
6 Dec 2013 09:30 • Eddie Embleton
6 Dec 2013 09:30 • Gary Farmer
Read some of the better journalism in the travel trade press, these days, and you get a rather different picture from the usual seasonal clichés about mobbed airports at Christmas and, before that, the headlong holiday rush to book cheap packages to the Med.
6 Dec 2013 06:30
A RECORD number of artists will descend for the ninth Maidenhead Art on the Street tomorrow (Saturday).