20 Dec 2014 08:30

Youth Football round-up: Wokingham & Emmbrook Under 12s crash out of cup after nine-goal thriller

WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook FC Oranges bowed out of the Berkshire Youth Development League Under 12s Cup following a 5-4 home defeat to Maidenhead Magpies A in the quarter final.

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19 Dec 2014 12:04

Witness appeal after vehicle's windscreen damaged with baseball bat

THREE men with a baseball bat are believed to have smashed a vehicle windscreen in the early hours of Thursday morning (18/12).


17 Dec 2014 11:30

Thames Valley League Football round-up: Berks County continue improved form by beating Unity

BERKS County FC continued their pre-festive revival with a 1-0 home win over newly-promoted Unity.

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16 Dec 2014 16:20 • Alex Drury

Updated: Men charged in relation to a burglary in Weybridge

A GROUP of men have been charged following an aggravated burglary in Weybridge on Monday (Dec 15).


15 Dec 2014 14:30

Appeal for witnesses following knife threat outside Bracknell newsagents

A 60-year-old man was threatened with a craft knife in Harmans Water yesterday (14/12).


15 Dec 2014 09:30

Disabled Bracknell councillor in discrimination claim

A DISABLED Bracknell councillor has said she is being discriminated against after discovering she would not be allowed to retain her seat in next year’s elections.

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14 Dec 2014 08:30

Cafe evacuated at California Country Park after loft fire

A CHRISTMAS party was evacuated after a cable sparked a blaze at a cafe in California Country Park.


12 Dec 2014 10:30 • Alex Drury

Wokingham boarding house manager fined for breaching fire regulations

A manager of a boarding house in Shute End, Wokingham was found guilty by Slough Magistrates on the 3 December 2014 for a breach of fire safety legislation. The defendant, Mr Anand, was fined a total of £750 plus a £75 victim surcharge, and ordered to pay costs to Royal Berkshire Fire Authority of £1,500.


9 Dec 2014 11:48

UPDATED: Emmbrook School closed by heating problem

Emmbrook School will close at 11.00 today because of a heating problem. Over 1,300 students will be dismissed after the heating control panel at the school broke.


8 Dec 2014 17:40

School evacuated after student leaves pan of oil on the hob

YOUNGSTERS were evacuated from school after a student left a pan of oil on the hob.


7 Dec 2014 15:30

Struggling Bracknell school receives financial boost

A STRUGGLING Bracknell school that has been told it “requires improvement” has received a financial boost of nearly £300,000, following a council report.


7 Dec 2014 12:30

Bracknell's annual Swinley Forest Santa Spectacular raises Christmas spirits

YOUNGSTERS and adults donned Santa suits to take on a fun run in the name of charity.


7 Dec 2014 09:30

Olympic hockey star Sarah Thomas opens new LVS pitch

GREAT Britan Olympic hockey medallist Sarah Thomas officially opened the new all-weather sports pitch at Licensed Victuallers’ School in Ascot recently.

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7 Dec 2014 09:30

Homemade cakes and a chat raises money for Myeloma UK at South Hill Park

SPIRITS were high when a group of volunteers met to raise money for a national cancer charity.


6 Dec 2014 17:50

Firefighters called to car fire on A329(M)

READING firefighters were called to the A329(M), near the junction for Winnersh, this afternoon after a car's engine caught fire.

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6 Dec 2014 15:30

Demand to fix holes in Binfield car park

A BINFIELD car park has been described as a “disaster zone” as shoppers are becoming increasingly frustrated with the growing number of potholes.


6 Dec 2014 12:30

Pinewood Gymnast William Cowen becomes world champion

PINEWOOD Gymnastic Club’s William Cowen is head over heels with joy after becoming World Tumbling Champion.

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6 Dec 2014 12:30

Wokingham Winter Carnival celebrates movie magic

Christmas got into full swing on Sunday as Wokingham’s Winter Carnival kicked off the festive season in style, writes Alex Drury.


6 Dec 2014 09:30

Wokingham Council's relief over Icelandic investment

WOKINGHAM council taxpayers avoided getting their fingers burned in the great Icelandic banks crash in 2008.


5 Dec 2014 15:30

North Ascot mother collects award for gift of dead son's organs

A North Ascot mother has spoken with pride after collecting an award on behalf of her dead son whose donated organs helped four people with life-threatening illnesses.


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