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The 20-year-old has been the shining light so far during Reading's pre-season campaign, starring in both games Joining the line up are Oxford five-piece Co-Pilgrim who will make their Reading debut at the festival while Reading favourites Vienna Ditto and Lawrence Piddock return to the event A Reading Buses yellow 26 service was reported to have ... (more)
Police are looking for a woman who snatched a handbag from a passenger on a train while it waited at Theale Station.
The searchable online map will plot key office, industrial and residential developments, from Theale in the west to Winnersh and Wokingham in the east The searchable online map will plot key office, industrial and residential developments, from Theale in the west to Winnersh and Wokingham in the east.
The Irish Repertory Theatre, which "encourages the development of works focusing on the Irish and Irish American experience, as well as a range of other cultures," continues the eighth season of its Reading Series with Jen Silverman 's play The Moors, directed by Jackson Gay .
Kiren Sharma, boss of Gravity which sponsors the Reading Post's Living & Learning section, was delighted by the spirit shown by Rhea Joshi, eight, and her four-year-old sister Esha Two sisters whose altruistic fundraising boosted their school funds have been awarded the Gravity Personnel Living & Learning Achievement Award for June.
Forty Year Eight students from Reading Girls' School, in Northumberland Avenue, built water towers and networks during a day hosted by Thames Water and the Institution of Civil Engineers Forty Year Eight students from Reading Girls' School, in Northumberland Avenue, built water towers and networks during a day hosted by Thames Water and the ... (more)
A day out drinking with the lads ended in tragedy when a Tilehurst man was hit by a transit van while he was lying in the road in West Reading.
It has been announced that the new Maiden Erlegh School will open to Year Seven students in September 2015 at a site in Crescent Road.
Currently, snakebites are treated using antivenoms designed to treat the most common deadly snakebites, which are often expensive and not always effective if not given quickly after a bite.
The work has been timed to coincide as near as possible to the school summer holidays and the project is expected to last seven weeks, weather permitting.
More than 2,000 people in the Emmer Green area have woken to little or no water supply this morning after last night's lightening storm affected pumps.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 06:15 am
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