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Parking fears for residents if Gold Cup pub in Ascot is turned into houses
People living near the former Gold Cup pub in Fernbank Road, North Ascot, are worried tensions between residents will reach boiling point.
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Woman charged with managing a brothel in West Reading
Rameez Afzal was accused of taking advantage of a 23-year-old girl who had been on a night out with a group of friends Luxury two-night getaway allows guests to sample fine cusine form the region and a lesson in the hotel's state-of-the-art cookery school Laura Maier, 27, of Lorne Street, off Oxford Road, was charged yesterday with offences of ... (more)
House prices rocket in Bracknell and Wokingham
House prices in Wokingham and Bracknell have soared by more than A 10,000 on average in the past year.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Bob Crow dies: Latest tributes and reaction after sudden death of union boss
Reading's boss felt his side should have taken all three points after a dominant second half display against promotion rivals Brighton The two rock bands, who play their only UK festival performance at Reading and Leeds, are the final headliners to be announced for the festival with Arctic Monkeys on Saturday and Blink 182 on Sunday Luxury ... (more)
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Bracknell going for gold again in Britain in Bloom
Gardeners will be getting busy to help the borough go for gold for the fifth consecutive year following the launch of the Bracknell Your Gardens competition.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Bracknell parking permits plan set for go-ahead
Bracknell Forest Council's proposal would mean people living in the 45 affected streets will need to have parking permits for their cars and those of anyone wanting to visit them.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The day's news in pictures: Friday March 7
Hundreds of lawyers have marched on Westminster in protest at legal aid cuts as thousands of barristers stage a second walkout at courts in England and Wales.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Live: Birch Hill burst water main
At university Paul supplemented his income by touring the local pubs to play their quiz machines, and he admits he has been a quiz addict since he was a child A burst water main in Birch Hill is causing major problems around the area this morning.
Pancake Race special from getreading reader Dave Cole
The Office for Nuclear Regulation announced it is considering enforcement action against AWE plc for failing to treat radioactive waste accumulating at the Atomic Weapons Establishment site in Aldermaston, despite being ordered to take action as long ago as 2007 Is there something happening in your area you would like us to report on? You can ... (more)
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Bracknell council's five-year fight for A 5m in Icelandic banks continues
The authority has claimed a big chunk back from the collapsed Glitnir and Heritable but still expects to lose a small amount from one of the banks.
Robert Sebbage murder retrial set for June
Kris Jarvis was born in Reading and attended Oxford Road Primary School and Highdown School.
Take Pride volunteers find a builder's diary and a pair of...
Carole Doran was presented with a litter picking trolley by Cllr Sue Thompson of Crowthorne Parish Council and clerk Adele Swadling A builder's diary, a mobile phone and a pair of glasses are among the items a litter- picking volunteer has been able to return to their owners.
Blue mountain campaigners write to Prime Minister on how much golf course means to them
The campaigners have written to David Cameron asking him to save the course while children drew him pictures and collages Campaigners hoping to save green land from development have written to the Prime Minister to tell him how much a golf course means to them.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Bracknell Memories: Pancake Races gone by
Pancake Day normally means groups of people from businesses in Bracknell grabbing their best pans and hurtling around the town centre.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Former head teacher jailed after admitting abusing two young boys
The kids session will take place on the pitch before The Big Match on Saturday, May 31, and entry is now open for children to sign up Scores of people who struggle to find food for daily nourishment are being treated to hot, delicious home-cooked meals, at least every fortnight.
Bracknell opposition councillors respond to budget
Labour welcome no cuts to the Home Start charity and UKIP welcome council tax freeze but raise concerns about increased funeral costs Bracknell Forest's budget for 2014/15, which had previously been approved by the council's executive members, was put to vote at Easthampstead House in Town Square.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Support voiced for 24-hour Wildridings McDonald's
The McDonald's branch next to Mill Pond in Wildridings has applied to Bracknell Forest Council for a premises licence between the hours of 11pm-5am every day for both its 'drive-thru' and restaurant.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Bracknell budget approved despite Labour funding requests for children
A "prudent" budget has been approved despite opposition hopes to spend an extra A 134,000 on children's services.
Have your say on Bracknell's train station
Councillor John Harrison wants passengers' views on the station to make it fit to go alongside Bracknell's new town centre Waiting for trains in the cold could be a thing of the past after the borough's commuters' champion announced plans to improve Bracknell station.