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  1. Celebration of music, dance, poetry and drama for Black History MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Heavyweight boxer Michael Sprott will be giving a talk for Black History Month at Crescent Resource Centre on Saturday, October 18 A celebration of music, dance, poetry and drama will be on offer across Reading as part of Black History Month. A packed programme of arts, culture, history and special events is being coordinated by Reading Borough Council in conjunction with voluntary groups and organisations across the town throughout October.

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  2. Pick of the Past: Last days of the market in 1973Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Get Reading

    The A 6 million Cedar Court development in Basingstoke Road, South Reading, provides extra care housing for older people living in the Reading area Among the topics aired will be the daft spoutings of high-profile misogynists, government campaigns against Female Genital Mutilation and why British sexism is just as bad as sexism anywhere else in the world With council, police and magistrates' courts all moving from the east side of the town centre to the west in the early 1970s, you might have thought moving Reading Market would be one of the easier relocations. But this one encountered fierce opposition, not least because there was no new site to go to.

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  3. Swindon left feeling BlueRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

    The Greenbridge Road side travelled to Newbury Blues high on confidence after an unbeaten start had propelled them to the top of the South West One East table. The hosts also went into the game without defeat and, after a tight first half which finished 8-6 to Swindon, Newbury dominated after the break and pulled away to score a bonus-point 34-15 win.

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  4. FOOTBALL: Super sub Ingram is hero for MillersRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Witney Gazette

    Substitute Conor Ingram struck a late winner for North Leigh against Yate Town in Southern League Division 1 South & West at Eynsham Park. The Millers had just seen Stuart Hole's opener cancelled out when former Oxford United forward Lewis Haldane glanced a header past Matt Bulman from close range in the 82nd minute.

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  5. Seun Odusanya caps spirited fightback for Woodley TownRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Get Reading

    The A 6 million Cedar Court development in Basingstoke Road, South Reading, provides extra care housing for older people living in the Reading area Among the topics aired will be the daft spoutings of high-profile misogynists, government campaigns against Female Genital Mutilation and why British sexism is just as bad as sexism anywhere else in the world Seun Odusanya grabbed a late equaliser as Woodley came from 3-0 down at half-time to earn a point in this Division 1 East game at Scours Lane. Keeper Dan Smith came out for a cross, but the ball fell to Ivan Petrov, who showed great composure to loft the ball in.

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  6. Trainer Charlie Longsdon with Killala Quay during the open day at his stables in Chipping NortonRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Witney Gazette

    Charlie Longsdon is looking to take another step up the ladder after enjoying his best season at his Chipping Norton yard. Having sent out an impressive 78 winners over jumps from Hull Farm last term, the 38-year-old handler is eager for more.

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  7. Rugby Union: Purdy takes the plauditsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Witney Gazette

    Ex-Chipping Norton junior Henry Purdy scores his first Aviva Premiership try in Gloucester's 46-10 win at the Kassam Stadium on Friday Former Chipping Norton junior and now Gloucester outside centre, Henry Purdy, brought words of praise from director of rugby David Humphreys after his try-scoring display in the 46-10 victory against London Welsh at the Kassam Stadium on Friday. Making only his second Aviva Premiership start, Purdy, 20, from Milton-under-Wychwood, picked up his first try and Humphreys was delighted with his impact.

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  8. Youth Football: Bampton cruise inRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Witney Gazette

    Tahir Alam, Declan O'Brien and Ross Henderson each bagged a brace as Bampton Town Youth beat Carterton Town 6-1 in the Giles Sports Witney Youth Under 11 Green League. A second-half goal from Michael Langoon earned Carterton Town a 1-0 victory away to Highfield Juniors in the Under 12 Blue League.

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  9. Youth Football: Charlbury lose outRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Witney Gazette

    Charlbury Town lost 4-1 at home to Highfield Juniors in the Giles Sports Witney Youth League Under 12 Knockout Cup first-round.

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  10. Reading Rockets sign American centre Deion TurmanRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Get Reading

    The A 6 million Cedar Court development in Basingstoke Road, South Reading, provides extra care housing for older people living in the Reading area Among the topics aired will be the daft spoutings of high-profile misogynists, government campaigns against Female Genital Mutilation and why British sexism is just as bad as sexism anywhere else in the world The 22-year-old centre was due to fly in to England today and could make his debut in the National Trophy game against Westminster Warriors at Capital City Academy on Saturday The 22-year-old centre was due to fly in to England today and could make his debut in the National Trophy game against Westminster Warriors at Capital City Academy on Saturday .

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  11. Microsoft film staff video in East Reading cafeRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Get Reading

    The A 6 million Cedar Court development in Basingstoke Road, South Reading, provides extra care housing for older people living in the Reading area Among the topics aired will be the daft spoutings of high-profile misogynists, government campaigns against Female Genital Mutilation and why British sexism is just as bad as sexism anywhere else in the world Film crews from the computer software firm descended on CafA Yolk, in Erleigh Road, this morning to film a new staff video about working outside of the office.

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  12. Swindon & District League: Victory denied for RedhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Swindon Advertiser

    REDHOUSE saw a first win of the season escape from their grasp as they let a three-goal lead slip against Ramsbury last weekend. Chris Ullah's side had lost their opening two Swindon & District League Division One fixtures, suffering defeats at the hands of KS Miltax and Bassett Bulldogs, and looked to be on their way to finally getting off the mark as they led 4-1 at Penhill Recreation Ground, before drawing 4-4.

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  13. Banbury six deny rape chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2014 | Banbury Guardian

    The men appeared at Oxford Crown Court on Monday after the charges were brought about as part of a police campaign entitled Operation Reportage by Thames Valley Police's Kingfisher Team, set up to tackle child exploitation. Ahmed Hassan, 20, of Glynebourne Gardens, Takudzwa Hova, 21, of Broughton Road, Kagiso Manase, 20, of Warwick Road, Alexandru Nae, 19, of Broome Way, Mohamed Salah, 21, of Orchard Way and Said Salah of Orchard Way, all deny the offences which are alleged to have taken place on girls aged between 13 and 15 between 2009-14 at locations around Banbury.

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  14. RACING: Charlie's a winner againRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Witney Gazette

    Long Wave kept up Chipping Norton trainer Charlie Longs-don's sparkling run of form with victory at Market Rasen on Saturday. The seven-year-old battled home by three-quarters of a length from Spoil Me in a handicap chase over an extended two miles and six furlongs under Charlie Deutsch.

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  15. Allied to Participate in Limited Release of Flir TG165Read the original story

    21 hrs ago | US Tech

    FORT WORTH, TX Allied Electronics, a trading brand of Electrocomponents plc , announced today that they will be one of a very few distributors authorized to sell the new, low-cost FLIP TG165 Imaging IR Thermometer in 2014. It will not be released widely until the beginning of 2015.

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  16. Two road closures next week on A34 and in OxfordRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Oxford Times

    The A34 will be closed northbound between Hinksey Hill and the Peatree Interchange from 10pm until 6am on October 6 and 7 due to safety repairs. The same section of the road on the southbound carriageway will then be closed from 10pm to 6am October 8 and 9. A34 project manager Guy Watts said: "We will be working overnight as this is when the fewest vehicles are on the road.

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  17. Attitude typical of not in my back yard brigadeRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    I had to smile over R W Tucker's assertion that Woodstock residents, who object to 1,500 new houses that would swamp services and cause congestion, are Nimbys, on September 24. He himself has no objection to these proposed dwellings in Woodstock. Why? because he lives in Kidlington, he is a NIMBY, not in his back yard.

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  18. Wetland meadow needs to be protected from developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    Pleasant land: Residents and local groups are campaigning to stop building on the meadows north of Gavray Drive. Pictured, left to right, Dr Pam Roberts of Langford Community Orchard Group, chairman of Bicester Green Gym, Steve Willott, John Broad of CPRE I am dismayed that the new version of Cherwell's Local Plan offers up Gavray Meadows for housing.

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  19. Brothel sentence delayRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | This is Oxfordshire

    Lisa York, 47, of Lakefield Road, Littlemore, Oxford, and Amy Gabriel, 29, of Holbeck Street, Anfield, Liverpool, pleaded guilty to keeping a brothel used for prostitution on June 24 last year. Edwina Kalay, 52, of Hanney Road, Steventon, near Abingdon, is also charged with being involved in running the brothel but has not yet entered a plea.

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  20. One lane of Botley Road shut for emergency workRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | This is Oxfordshire

    Temporary traffic lights will be in place while the work is carried out over the next three nights between 9pm and 6am. Earlier in the day unusually long delays were reported on the A34, A44 and A40 while commuters tackled the morning rush hour.

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