In this week's News (WEDNESDAY July 2)

Published: 2 Jul 2014 09:300 comments

THIS week controversial stop and search powers which show that black people are five times more likely to be stopped by police than white people, Work to fix a water pipe in Hanworth after it burst for the second time in three months may not start until August and a FREE 23-page 'My Last Day' pull-out covering Year Six classes across the borough.

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THIS week controversial stop and search powers which show that black people are five times more likely to be stopped by police than white people, Work to fix a water pipe in Hanworth after it burst for the second time in three months may not start until August and a FREE 23-page 'My Last Day' pull-out covering Year Six classes across the borough.

We also have picture specials from Teddy Bears' Picnics in Priestwood and Sunningdale and Armed Forces Day.

In this week's News

- Controversial stop and search powers in Bracknell Forest mean black people are five times more likely to be stopped by police than white people

- A FREE 23-page 'My Last Day' pull-out covering Year Six classes across the borough

- Work to fix a water pipe in Hanworth after it burst for the second time in three months may not start until August

- Mourners paid tribute to D-Day hero Wally Harris at his funeral

- Broadmoor bosses reveal the extent of Jimmy Savile's sexual abuse at the hospital

- Shock figures reveal one in 10 women in Bracknell Forest smoke while pregnant

- Tributes pour in to a former Owlsmoor Primary School teacher

- Picture specials from Teddy Bears' Picnics in Priestwood and Sunningdale, Armed Forces Day at South Hill Park, Hurst Show and Country Fair and the BEN Classic Car Show and Lynwood Summer Fete in Sunningdale

- 12 action-packed pages of sport

- Plus jobs, motoring, family announcements, property, classifieds and much, much more!

All this and much more can be found in this week's Bracknell News, out today (Wednesday) and only 70p!

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