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A spokesman said: "We can only trap, neuter and return these cats, unless suitable homes can be found for them.
A jury took nearly seven hours to find Stanley Bibby of Underwood Road, guilty of eight out of 10 counts of rape and of two counts of indecent assault The former Ashmead School pupil appear in the Oval Office, bumping into Frank "The Fixer" Tagliano and clashing with Litchfield penitentiary inmates who demand to know where he's from after hearing ... (more)
In this week's Bracknell News we reveal that the town's biggest school is set to get bigger, the green light is given for nearly 1,000 new homes in Binfield and full coverage and pictures of GCSE results day across the area.
Figures reveal Jeremy Hunt has spoken the highest number of words in House of Commons debates since last year - out of the six MPs that represent constituents across north east Hampshire and west Surrey The chattiest MPs in the House of Commons have been revealed and Waverley's Jeremy Hunt tops the list for north east Hampshire and west Surrey.
Reports of an explosion in Wokingham town centre turned out to be a loud bang caused by an electrical fault.
Reading School, in Erleigh Road, and The Abbey School, in Kendrick Road, both celebrated a 100 per cent overall pass rate but some schools fared worse than usual The BBC Radio 1 DJ, known for her fantastic fashion flair, will be at the racecourse to create a night to remember and to see the summer racing season out in style We've teamed up with HMV ... (more)
Drummer Craig Kneale says the band will be showcasing some tracks from new album Great Divide when they play the NME/Radio 1 stage on Friday We've teamed up with HMV to give away A 50 worth of CDs by bands on this year's Reading Festival line-up Plans to turn a community pub into a Tesco have been halted for now after councillors agreed to invoke ... (more)
Ranelagh School pupils Alice Cole and Chloe Giles celebrating their GCSE results.
A "surprising and saddening" number of families have been helped by Wokingham Foodbank in its first year, writes Calli Sullivan.
When the First World War broke out, an army remount depot stood on the site of today's Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers garrison in Arborfield.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 01:13 pm
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