Published 19 Jun 2013 17:30
A GROUP of travellers who set up camp at Three Mile Cross could be given their marching orders this week.
ORGANISERS are gearing up for the biggest day in the farming calendar with the launch of the Royal County of Berkshire Show.
THREE Bracknell business have been fined nearly £10,000 for overloading their vans and lorries.
- Two men charged with GBH after attack outside a Windsor bar
- Image released in connection with fraud case targeting elderly woman
- First set of Super Tots pictures in tomorrow's Bracknell News
- Build up to last Reading Arts Week show
- UFO sighting was a plane, says Bracknell pub landlord
- Blooming great celebration lunch for Windsor rose show club
- 'Super hospital is right plan for the future' - trust chief executive
- Man cut free from car after A33 smash
- Windsor leisure centre staff resuscitate man who collapsed at venue
- Bedroom bin blaze brought under control by firefighters
- Reading students bring a whole new meaning to student digs
FORMER West Berkshire area police commander Chris Shead has been promoted to a top cross border job.
AMBITIOUS plans to build a super hospital in green belt land just off the M4 have been touted as the right model for the region's long-term healthcare future.
READERS have the chance to choose Bracknell's best-looking babies in our Super Tots competition - which opens tomorrow (Thursday June 20).
TWO men have been charged with GBH in relation to an attack outside the Scotch Bar, in Goswell Hill, Windsor which left a man with cuts to his face and neck.
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.
IN an interesting twist on female solidarity tales, Steaming takes place in the hot and intimate world of an all-female steam room in London's East End.
- Listen out for Mozart's The Magic Flute in Henley
- Salena Jones and Keith Mansfield team up for Powerful
- Reading Minster festival brings music to the Minster
- Martin Denny, Windsor Festival Director, shares what the Festival has in store
- Comedian Phill Jupitus talks stand up, audience participation and jazz
- Burnt Tomorrow talk Reading music and Hub Fest at Face Bar