1 Feb 2015 09:30 • Louise Hill

Protests at race day litterbugs

ASCOT residents have expressed their disgust at the amount of mess left over by racegoers.


1 Feb 2015 08:47

Firefighters and paramedics attend Wokingham road traffic collision

FIREFIGHTERS were called out last night to reports of a road traffic collision involving two cars in Wokingham.


31 Jan 2015 17:00 • Louise Hill

Author seals book deal

CHILDREN at the Creative Little Footsteps nursery in South Ascot enjoyed a special reading of their favourite book by the author last week.


31 Jan 2015 13:00 • Rhodri Andrews

Hospital in £4m budget busting row

BROADMOOR hospital bosses have denied reports of a £4m overspend at the Crowthorne high-security hospital.


31 Jan 2015 09:30 • Alex Drury

Awards for community stalwarts

Generous community figures turned out to receive commendations from the town mayor for their sterling work.

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30 Jan 2015 17:30 • Rhodri Andrews

Now is the time to nominate your unsung heroes of Bracknell

THE News is calling for readers to nominate their unsung heroes as the 10th edition of the Pride of Bracknell Awards are launched.

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30 Jan 2015 13:47 • Louise Hill

Day centre faces reduced service if no drivers found

A DAY centre in Sunninghill in desperate need of drivers has put out a call for help from the community.


30 Jan 2015 13:00 • Alex Drury

Coppide Beech road works start tomorrow

Motorists can expect to face delays as the improvement works to Coppid Beech Roundabout are set to get under way on Monday.


30 Jan 2015 11:41 • Rhodri Andrews

Dismay as retailer gives Post Office notice to quit

THE impending closure of the Post Office in Easthampstead will have an adverse effect on pensioners, residents say.


30 Jan 2015 09:30

Police search for Asian flasher in Wokingham

Police are hunting a man who flashed two women in Wokingham earlier this week.


29 Jan 2015 14:39

Power cut affecting 1,800 homes explained

A power cut across Winnersh and Wokingham left over 1,800 people without power earlier today.


29 Jan 2015 11:44

In this week's News (Jan 28 edition)

Grab your copy of this week's paper to read how more parents than ever before are being hit with fines for taking their children out of school, residents' dismay over the closure of an Easthampstead post office and the launch of our annual Pride of Bracknell Awards.

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29 Jan 2015 11:01

Broadmoor sirens 'may not be working properly', Wokingham councillors hear

A WARNING system designed to alert Wokingham schools if someone has escaped from Broadmoor Hospital may not be working properly, borough councillors heard yesterday.

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28 Jan 2015 19:46 • Louise Hill

Tory councillor defects to UKIP

A TORY councillor announced his shock defection to UKIP to a meeting of Bracknell Forest councillors this evening.

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28 Jan 2015 16:56

Mixed reaction to new secondary school at Arborfield Garrison

PLANS for a secondary school in Arborfield were met with a mixed reception from parents, after they were unveiled by Wokingham Borough Council.

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28 Jan 2015 13:01

Support available for Wokingham's jobseekers

The Wokingham Job Support Centre is launching a free support and guidance service for unemployed people looking for jobs


28 Jan 2015 10:30

Big drop in anti-social behaviour in Sandhurst

ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour in Sandhurst Central has dropped by 24.7 per cent compared to this time last year, according to police.

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27 Jan 2015 17:23

Wellington College pupil rewarded for mental health campaigning

A CROWTHORNE pupil has been recognised with a top award for her tireless campaigning work on mental health awareness.

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27 Jan 2015 12:27 • Rhodri Andrews

Bracknell health team nominated for award for consistently good care

BRACKNELL Forest Council’s public health team has been nominated for two national awards.

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27 Jan 2015 09:30

Lottery grant helps charity for the homeless

A LOTTERY grant will ensure a charity can continue its work helping the homeless out of poverty and into employment.

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