WE have rounded up some of Bracknell's most shocking, exciting and important stories from the past week.

Here are a few of the most significant stories readers should be aware of:

Bracknell neighbours hit out at 'do nothing' police

Bracknell News: The flats which were closed in Calfridus Way, Bracknell. Credit: James Aldridge, Local Democracy Reporter

People living in flats in Bracknell have slammed police for ‘doing nothing’ to stop antisocial behaviour after officers forcibly closed their flats in summer.

Police officers obtained a court order to close the flats in Calfridus Way on July 21 to stop persistent antisocial behaviour of two problematic but ‘vulnerable’ tenants and ‘unwanted visitors’.

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Wokingham man charged after Reading Halloween death

A 23-year-old man from Wokingham has been charged with perverting the course of justice in connection with the death of man on Halloween.

Reece Heffernan, 22, died from a stab wound to his chest in Reading on Sunday evening, according to a post-mortem examination.

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We phoned doctors to see how long it takes them to answer – the results were surprising

Bracknell News: Most antibiotics are prescribed in GP surgeries (74%) while hospitals account for 18% of all antibiotic prescribing

On Tuesday, November 2, the Bracknell News phoned 10 doctors surgeries across Bracknell Forest and the results were extremely surprising.

One surgery, Evergreen Practice, answered their phone in a speedy 33 seconds but another, Ringmead Medical Practice, took 21 minutes to pick up the phone.

Find out how other GP surgeries fared in our experiment and what the CCG said in response.

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E-scooters injuries in Berkshire revealed in new figures

Bracknell News: E-scooters

The number of people hurt in crashes involving electric scooters in Berkshire last year has been revealed in new figures.

South Central Ambulance Service provided information of the 43 reports following a freedom of information request submitted by the Bracknell News.

It is currently illegal to ride e-scooters on public roads outside of Government-backed trials, which began in certain areas last summer.

Find out more here

Major road to Reading closed for a week for surfacing works

If you didn't see already, a major road between Reading, Surrey, and Hampshire will be closed from tomorrow.

Reading Road in Finchampstead will be closed overnight from 8pm to 6am each night from Monday, November 8, to Friday, November 12.

The closure will be in place between Reading Road’s junctions with Park Lane and Fleet Hill.

Find out what this means for drivers here.