Published 18 Jun 2013 10:30 0
THE civil engineering team behind the £800,000 project to give a new lease of life to the 125 year old footbridge at Slough Railway Station is celebrating after being highly commended in the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) South East England Engineering Excellence Awards 2013.
THE Berkshire Media Group's sister paper, The Impartial Reporter, was playing a key role as world leaders began arriving in Northern Ireland for the G8 conference today.
Eye-catching company cars are creating a real roadshow.
- Countryside Alliance launches campaign for better mobile phone reception
- Storage firm offering prizes to customers as it celebrates 30 years
- Berkshire solicitor gives 'positive buzz' to top legal event
- Business keeps an eye on bright youngsters
- Siemens AG acquires Preactor in deal brokered by Kingsclere-based BCMS
- Weedoo drive for signs of success
- Shoosmiths' lawyer wins award for second year
- Report brings hope to small businesses
- 'No job losses' in C&W office closure
- Big cheque out for charity
- Chance to dip into gym membership
THREE Bracknell business have been fined nearly £10,000 for overloading their vans and lorries.
READERS have the chance to choose Bracknell's best-looking babies in our Super Tots competition - which opens tomorrow (Thursday June 20).
CYCLING fans will hit the road on Sunday at one of Wokingham's most popular family events.
OLLY Stevens and wife Hetta trained their first Royal Ascot winner in their debut season when Extortionist landed the Windsor Forest Stakes on Tuesday's opening day.
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