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  1. Year 2 TeacherRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Henley Standard

    Valley Road School , Henley-on-Thames seek a Y2 teacher . Our fantastic Year 2 class needs an excellent teacher from January 2015 to cover a maternity leave.

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  2. Nicole Appleton catches up with sister Natalie and Mel Blatt at London's Winter WonderlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Daily Mail

    Almost an All Saints reunion: Nicole Appleton catches up with sister Natalie and Mel Blatt at London's Winter Wonderland And Nicole Appleton certainly appears to be surrounding herself with good pals as she kicked off her festive season with a trip to London's Winter Wonderland on Thursday. The former All Saints singer looked carefree and in high spirits as she took in the sights of the annual attraction on Hyde Park in the capital and hung out with her fellow All Saints singer Melanie Blatt.

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  3. Six feet under: meeting Britain's Gravedigger of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | New Statesman

    On a crisp autumn morning in a field outside Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, Jonny Yaxley took an aerosol can of white line marker from his truck and sprayed an 86-by-34-inch rectangle on the grass. After cutting along the outline with a spade, he mounted a small excavator and clawed off strips of turf, arranging them like jigsaw pieces on plywood sheets laid nearby.

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  4. Nicole Appleton cosies up to mystery man as she kicks off her...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Daily Mail

    Nicole Appleton cosies up to mystery man as she kicks off her festive season with trip to London's Winter Wonderland And Nicole Appleton certainly appears to be surrounding herself with good pals as she kicked off her festive season with a trip to London's Winter Wonderland on Thursday. The former All Saints singer looked carefree and in high spirits as she took in the sights of the annual attraction on Hyde Park in the capital.

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  5. Whitchurch Bridge toll charge increase to pay for rebuilding workRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Get Reading

    Little Luna returned to her Wintringham Way home in Purley last Friday morning badly injured, including missing one of her eyes The 6ft 5in second row has recovered from the hamstring strain that has kept him on the sidelines since his move from Edinburgh in the summer Rajinder Sohpal, former director of Reading Council for Racial Equality , now runs The George Hotel, a 17th Century coaching inn in the heart of Pangbourne village 85-year-old Tilehurst baker Ronald Brock used an Evening Post recipe from 25 years ago to make his Christmas cake The Whitchurch Bridge Company says it needs to increase the fee for regular cars from 40p to 60p, due to a major reconstruction of the bridge overrunning and going over budget Motorists will pay 50 per cent more to cross the Whitchurch Bridge if its the owners succeed in an application to increase the toll charge.

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  6. 'It's sad such a little thing has killed Bullet'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | Portsmouth Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The 44-year-old said: 'Bullet had been standing still.

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  7. Free-flowing art at Source exhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Oxford Times

    In a breakaway from traditional riverside scenes, the River & Rowing Museum at Henley-on-Thames is showing its first exhibition of abstract art. All the paintings have been inspired by the River Thames , offering vivid individual interpretations of feelings, moods, colours, and connections to the history and natural beauty of this great river.

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  8. Full-time Cleaner and General Kitchen AssistantRead the original story

    Jul 11, 2014 | Henley Standard

    A Full-Time Cleaner and General Kitchen Assistant is required by a family. For cultural reasons, a female, daily kitchen assistant is required for a private family home in Henley on Thames.

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  9. Growth Capital: Josephine Home - Luxury bed linen idea for celebrities works like a dreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | This Is London

    Dramatic CCTV shows the moment a mob of youths launched a volley of fireworks at a passing police car. The video which emerged online today shows a gang of around 15 youths brandishing rockets in the street before lighting them and levelling them at the police vehicle on patrol.

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  10. Sycamore seeds poison girl's pony 'Painted Paula'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Daily Mail

    Eva Machan thought the animal, Painted Paula, would be safe grazing in her field. But she deteriorated rapidly after eating the seeds last week and had to be put down.

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  11. RUGBY: Taunton Titans face trip to unbeaten league leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Somerset County Gazette

    TAUNTON Titans head up to picturesque Henley-on-Thames tomorrow for their toughest game to date this season when they take on the unbeaten league leaders, Henley Hawks. Titans will have to be at their best to get anything from the game, especially as a number of players took heavy knocks in the victory over Dings Crusaders last weekend and are doubts for the game.

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  12. Conrad Hotels & Resorts Debuts Tailored Luxury Shopping ExperiencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Hospitality Net

    Newly Opened Conrad London St. James is First of 10 Conrad Hotels to Host Exclusive and Locally-Inspired 'Shop the City by Conrad' Retail Experiences Conrad Hotels & Resorts announced today the debut of Shop the City by Conrad , a seasonal guest package connecting travelers to local cities and culture by way of an exclusive, luxury shopping excursion. For a limited time, guests who book this shopping experience will receive a package that includes a two-night minimum stay in a suite, a private chauffeured car, and a personal shopping escort who will guide the shoppers through an extraordinary selection of high-end retailers in the city of their stay.

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  13. Conrad Hotels & Resorts Debuts Tailored ...Read the original story

    Wednesday Nov 5 | The Financial Mirror

    Conrad Hotels & Resorts announced today the debut of Shop the City by Conrad , a seasonal guest package connecting travelers to local cities and culture by way of an exclusive, luxury shopping excursion. For a limited time, guests who book this shopping experience will receive a package that includes a two-night minimum stay in a suite, a private chauffeured car, and a personal shopping escort who will guide the shoppers through an extraordinary selection of high-end retailers in the city of their stay.

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  14. Conman who persuaded Reading woman to part with A 20,000 jailedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | Get Reading

    To maintain one-on-one care for women in labour, the Trust has been temporarily forced to move staff from areas including wards and the community into delivery Selectors for the ITV series Britain's Got Talent will be holding auditions for the best dancers, singers, comedians, jugglers and dancing dogs on December 1 A Reading woman gave A 20,000 to a man she met through a dating web site before growing suspicious and going to the police. Gavin James, 29, formed a relationship with the 31-year-old woman and then made continuous demands for money and persuaded her to buy him a A 1,600 bicycle.

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  15. Rugby cluba s new cafe opensRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2014 | Henley Standard

    A NEW cafe has been launched at Henley Rugby Club. The Hawks Cafe, which is run by catering company Piecrust, is open from 7am to 2pm on weekdays as well as during the club's home matches.

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  16. Nicole Appleton coos over friend's baby after finalising divorce from Liam GallagherRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | Daily Mail

    The All Saints singer - who divorced her rocker husband this year after discovering he had fathered a secret love-child with journalist Liza Ghorbani - looked completely smitten with a friend's baby during a recent walk in North London. Nicole, 39, currently dating Kasabian's lighting technician Nicholas Grey, also 39, grinned down at the tot who she held in her arms.

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  17. Anthony Colborne labels ex-wife 'psychopath' in vicious court...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Daily Mail

    A software tycoon has accused his estranged wife of being 'psychopathic' while she has branded him 'cruel, spiteful and wicked' in an extraordinarily bitter A 5million divorce battle. Anthony Colborne, 53, claims their three teenage children have not asked to see their mother, Lynda, 60, after the split and argues that he should keep the A 1.6million six-bedroom family home.

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  18. Jayne Davis appointed College principalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Henley Standard

    THE Henley College has appointed its first ever permanent female principal. Jayne Davis will take over in the new year from Tom Espley, who is retiring at the end of December after 10 years in the post.

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  19. Police warn stolen hair products could be found on market stallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 28 | Bucksfreepress.co.uk

    CUSTOMERS are being told to look out for the possibility of stolen hair products being peddled on the streets after a hair salon was burgled in Henley-on-Thames this week. Between 5.30pm on Saturday and 8.30am yesterday, thieves gained entry to Dorota Hairdressing, in Hart Street, by forcing a rear window.

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  20. Sneering Guardian provokes anger after article calls poppy artwork...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 28 | Daily Mail

    Sneering Guardian provokes anger after article calls poppy artwork 'Ukip-style memorial' and calls for ceramic flowers to be replaced with bones Armed forces charities accused the left-wing newspaper of trying to politicise the tribute to those killed during the First World War. They sprang to the defence of the installation, called Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, after the online article by a former Turner Prize judge described it as 'trite, fake, and inward-looking'.

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