CCTV shows attack on woman in Reading town centre
This is the shocking CCTV footage of a young woman who was assaulted as she walked in Reading town centre in the early hours of the morning last summer.
Meadow Madness launches Reading Children's Festival
Among the mayhem will be an agency looking to recruit foster carers in this area to give severely damaged children happier days.
Thu May 16, 2013
Latest vision of Station Hill development
This piazza of shops, offices, flats and restaurants is among the latest visions in the proposals to transform Station Hill.
E-fit of man wanted in connection with fraud
Police have released this e-fit of a man it would like to speak to in relation to an incident of fraud and criminal damage in central Reading last month.
Man's body pulled from canal
South Central Ambulance service received a call from Thames Valley Police at 5.09pm reporting there was a body in the water near Fobney Street, in Reading town centre.
Reading bus fares go up and down
Bus passengers in Reading buying a weekly ticket face a A 1 increase unless they buy online, at a PayPoint or at Reading Buses' Travel Centre in Broad Street Mall.
Plan to tackle Reading Festival ticket touts
It plans to designate places where it will be an offence to tout for a theatre or other places of amusement or recreation, including the town centre, Caversham Road, Vastern Road, Richfield Avenue, Caversham centre, Portman Road, Loverock Road and the Thames towpath from King's Meadow to Scours Lane.
Drug addict 'forced to hide guns'
A drug addict hid an arsenal of guns, cartridges and bullets at his girlfriend's flat in West Reading after being threatened by gangsters, a court heard.
Wed May 15, 2013
Care home wash-basin was source of Legionella
A wash basin in a Reading Borough Council care home was the most likely source of Legionnaires' disease that killed a 95-year-old man, an inquest heard.
Call to tackle outdoor sex site
Cottagers using a nature reserve for public sex acts are continuing to alarm walkers 10 years on from when police said they would clamp down on the practice.
Concerns raised over care home standards
Reading Borough Council has temporarily stopped placing people in a Tilehurst care home after issues were raised over the home's standard of care.
Tue May 14, 2013
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BG Says Earnings to Rise Faster Than Production on LNG Sales
BG Group Plc, the U.K.'s third- largest natural-gas producer, said earnings growth will outpace output as it expands trading in liquefied natural gas.
New drama explores African Caribbean family life
The relationship between pushy and ambitious African Caribbean parents and their British-born offspring took centre stage in East Reading.
Mon May 13, 2013
Reporters battle it out in doughnut eating competition
FAMILIES are battling it out in a series of tasty competitions this week to celebrate National Doughnut Week with Warings Master Bakers.
An easel, a dog and a palette is all you need
A HENLEY man with a lifelong passion for art is staging his first exhibition at the age of 60.
Thu May 09, 2013
Celebrating 20 years of education business partnership
CBEBP works with young people in Reading and Wokingham on projects to help them gain skills they need for the workplace.
Pet friendly fun run raises hundreds
ABOUT 130 runners and several dogs took part in this year's Henley Operatic and Dramatic Society May Day fun run, writes Janine Rasiah.
Former Reading man's search for father he never knew
A man who spent his childhood in Reading is hoping people in the town can help him find out about the father he never knew.
Terry's forced to shut shop in Tilehurst
One of Reading's favourite retailers is giving up trading in Tilehurst after more than three decades behind the till.
Tue May 07, 2013
Reading in Bloom aims to find town's best gardeners
Last year was a gardening disaster, but the competition's organising committee is quietly confident this summer will be blooming brilliant.