A HOLLYWOOD actor recovering from a cancer scare has described a major breakthrough in testing prostate cancer as a "godsend" and lifesaver.
ONE of Sandhurst's biggest attractions will have people flocking to Memorial Park as the town's annual donkey derby takes place on Monday.
NOISY neighbours will be targeted in a series of summertime patrols.
- Delight at Cookham school's first ever kitchen
- Finchampstead nursery celebrates outstanding inspection
- Have a heart for tournament
- Chorus to stage comic version of operetta
- Car crash leaves three in hospital
- Reading councillor claims £1,196 in travel fares
- Cable has praise for Reading bankers
- Police arrest ninth man in murder investigation
- Firefighters called after man gets arm stuck in letter box
- Polish Saturday school celebrates 60 years
- Councillors snub Windsor Metro Bank plans
A WOMAN had to be freed from her car which flipped on its side following a collision with a tanker near the Oracle.
'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.
FOUR people were rushed to hospital after a car crash on the Crowthorne Road in Bracknell.
BANK bosses have been sent back to the designing board after plans to open a new branch in Windsor town centre were refused.
OVER the years it's become something of a truism that the way to tell politicians are lying is to check if their lips are moving. We had a variation on that theme on Monday night when TV news showed a montage of Chris Huhne denials.
A humorous play from the writer behind Rising Damp, Duty Free, Only When I Laugh and Home To Roost will be performed by the Riverside Players, from Thursday to Saturday, June 27-29.