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TWO people have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a man collided with a car outside a Bracknell pub in the early hours of this morning.
COUNCILS have agreed to share their traffic data in a bid to decide whether there is a need for a third bridge over the Thames in Reading.
Hundreds of lawyers have marched on Westminster in protest at legal aid cuts as thousands of barristers stage a second walkout at courts in England and Wales.
At around midday on Saturday March 1, a male aged between 20 - 30 indecently exposed himself to two girls, aged nine and 11. Insp Emily Evans, neighbourhood Inspector for Wokingham, added: "This is a concerning incident and as you can imagine it was a distressing experience for the young girls.
Furious season ticket holders including some who travel from Bracknell and Wokingham to London Paddington via Reading say they feel ripped off because they cannot claim anything back for delays to individual services.
Students and staff at Didcot Girls' School are holding a non-uniform day today in memory of the 17-year-old, whose body was found in an established grave in a cemetery in Didcot on December 18. Royals travel to Brighton tomorrow to start a run of three games in eight days which will go a long way to deciding their fate this season Child star ... (more)
Hundreds of partners at the Broad Street store gathered in anticipation this morning as the managing director of the Reading branch, Gordon Stenton, announced the eagerly anticipated bonus amount Reading and Brighton and Hove Albion clash at the AMEX Stadium in Brighton on Saturday.
Trainee teachers are encouraging prospective students to take up learning on the job as part of National Apprenticeship Week, which began on Monday.
Wokingham's flood-hit park and ride has been closed for 42 working days so far in 2014, losing two councils a total of A 1,000 a day in takings.
Mr John Redwood : Will the Government support an independent Crimea if its people vote for that in a referendum, because presumably the Government will support an independent Scotland if its people choose to be independent? The Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs : Here in this House and in the United Kingdom we believe in ... (more)
Kris Jarvis was born in Reading and attended Oxford Road Primary School and Highdown School.
Transport officers from local councils north and south of the river will work together to study the likely affects of a third Thames bridge, following a summit in Westminster.
The night, in aid of Help for Heroes and other causes, will take place at TradeMark Windows, in Oaklands Park.
A craft centre dealing with spinning, weaving and tapestry was opened in Wokingham's former Civil Defence Hall in 1969.