Reading, England Newswire

Reading, England Newswire

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  1. Brexit: stories you may have missed on this momentous dayRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Today has been a bit of a whirlwind after it was announced this morning that the British public have voted to leave to European Union . While almost everyone has been attempting to get their head around this unprecedented move, it is easy to forget there are other things going on in the world.

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  2. Olympic medallist gets on her bike to presentRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Henley Standard

    DOUBLE Olympic silver medallist Debbie Flood won the elite quad sculls at Henley Women's Regatta, before rushing off to present the awards. The former Leander captain, along with Lucinda Gooderham, Emily Carmichael and Fran Rawlins, beat the crew from Saratoga Rowing Association in the final to lift the Borne Cup on Sunday to cap a successful three days for the club.

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  3. Photo: Claire Hunt, center, of Reading, England, changesRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun

    Claire Hunt, center, of Reading, England, changes pounds for dollars, Friday, June 24, 2016, at a money exchange in New York. Britain voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign, toppling the government Friday, sending global markets plunging and shattering the stability of a project in continental unity designed half a century ago to prevent World War III.

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  4. Reading campaign beat loan sharksRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Get Reading

    The dangers of borrowing from unauthorised money lenders or loan sharks are being highlighted in a new campaign in Reading . The England Illegal Money Lending Team, which investigates and prosecutes money lending offences, is working with Reading Borough Council's trading standards team and Berkshire Credit Union to encourage people to say 'No' to loan sharks.

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  5. Thames Valley Park park and ride plans submittedRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Wokingham Borough Council is looking to build a A 3.6 million park and ride to cut congestion heading west into Reading Plans for a new park and ride which aims to reduce congestion on a busy road running from Wokingham to Reading have been submitted to the council. Wokingham Borough Council has put forward a submission to its own planning committee for a 3.6 million park and ride.

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  6. Ice cream revolution moves into Reading with new shop Tuk'n TukRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Tuk'n Tuk has opened up in Broad Street Mall selling a new kind of ice cream - and apparently it's healthier too. Woo hoo! The Tuk'n Tuk shop in Broad Street Mall has started selling Thai-style ice cream rolls after business owner Usman Khan moved into the shopping centre.

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  7. Antiques Roadshow to takeover Caversham Park this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Antiques Roadshow recording the show with presenter Fiona Bruce together with the experts as they examine and value antiques and collectables from the public. This weekend sees the perfect opportunity to get your gear values and land some fantastic goodies as BBC's Antiques Roadshow comes to Reading .

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  8. CRICKET: Lloyd Sabin delighted at Kurtis Patterson's impact at BanburyRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    LLOYD Sabin is hoping Australian batsman Kurtis Patterson can continue to have a positive impact for Banbury when they travel to Reading in the Home Counties Premier League tomorrow. Despite last week's match at Henley being abandoned without a ball bowled, the north Oxfordshire side sit five points clear at the top of Division 1. Oversees player Patterson, who signed from New South Wales, has proved key to their unbeaten start, averaging 77.80 in six innings.

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  9. Pride of Reading: Special school which makes "children feel their worth" nominatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Get Reading

    A Southcote special school which makes "children feel their worth" has again been nominated for a Pride of Reading Award. The Holy Brook School is for young people with special and emotional problems, and has been put forward for the School of the Year gong by mum Gemma Harman.

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  10. Reading pair arrested after morning drugs raidRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Get Reading

    Officers from Thames Valley Police were called to an address at Admirals Court in Rose Kiln Lane at 9.14am on Thursday, June 23. TVP spokesman Jack Abell said a 40-year-old woman from Reading was arrested on suspicion of possessing a class A drug. A 60-year-old man from Reading was also arrested on suspicion of possessing an offensive weapon and is in police custody.

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  11. Battle royal commences with qualifiersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Henley Standard

    FOUR boats from local clubs, schools and colleges are hoping to qualify for next week's Henley Royal Regatta. Qualifying races will take place down the famous course on Friday 24 June, from 2pm to 7.15pm.

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  12. Bury shopping centre manager scoops top awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bury Times

    Bolton and Bury Business Awards 2015...Bury Millgate Centre and Marie Gribben...Images by Steve Holt, Bolton News, Wednesday August 5, 2015.. Marie, who joined as centre manager in summer 2014, was given the accolade at the Sceptre Awards which recognises leading practice and the best people in the shopping centre industry.

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  13. Watch University of Reading staff boycott anniversary celebrations and protest outside campusRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Get Reading

    University of Reading staff who are locked in a bitter dispute over pay returned to the picket lines today and boycotted their employer's 90th anniversary celebrations. Members of the University and College Union took industrial action on Wednesday, June 22, claiming the real terms pay cut they have been offered is no cause for celebration.

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  14. Finchampstead woman feels 'trapped' by bus shortageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Get Reading

    An elderly woman from Finchampstead claims she is "trapped" inside her own home as the bus services she relies on are scarce. Barbara Wilks, 74, insists the only way she can get around is by catching Reading Buses Leopard 3 bus when it stops in Barkham Ride, where she live.

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  15. Mum surprised by UKIP reply, massive moped ride for RBH and three other stories you may have missedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Get Reading

    On the eve of the EU Referendum vote there's been a lot going on in Reading , Wokingham and Bracknell that has nothing to do with the Leave or Remain campaigns. One of the biggest stories for Wednesday, June 22 is the news that Thames Valley Police has been auctioning unclaimed lost property and old evidence on Ebay.

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  16. Pride of Reading: Hospice which helped Amelia Saunders' family cope after her death nominatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Get Reading

    Naomi House & Jacksplace has been nominated as Charity of the Year by Amelia Saunders' dad Richard in this year's Pride of Reading Awards The hospice which cared for four-year-old Amelia Saunders as she battled an inoperable brain tumour has been nominated for a Pride of Reading Award. Former Pride of Reading Child of Courage winner Amelia, of Lower Earley, died in January 2013 after a year-long battle.

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  17. New Qmee Online Companion Helps Shoppers Earn Cash, Compare Prices, Offer Opinions and...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Freshnews

    Qmee , an online search and save companion for shoppers, today launched its service in the United States to help shoppers search, earn and save through a personalized experience that connects them with the brands they love. The free browser app helps shoppers search for what they want, compare prices, secure discounts and offer their opinions while earning cash.

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  18. Clive House from Lower Earley has gone missing and police need your help to find himRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Get Reading

    He is white, with a slim build, and about 5ft 5ins tall. He has grey hair which is brushed forward, and is believed to be wearing brown shoes, black trousers and a blue, white and green striped shirt.

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  19. GBBO's Nadiya, dismissed copper and four other stories you might have missedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Get Reading

    It's been a busy day in Reading , Wokingham and Bracknell so here's a few stories you might have missed. This afternoon was dominated by the sad news that Reading FC's former academy manager Eamonn Dolan had died at the age of 48 after a brave battle with cancer.

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  20. Pride of Reading: Dedicated Royal Berkshire Hospital supporter Martin ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Get Reading

    A Tilehurst father-of-four's dedication to the Royal Berkshire Hospital has earned him a Pride of Reading Award nomination. Reading born and bred Martin Butler, 52, could walk away from this year's awards ceremony with the coveted Community Champion crown in recognition of his work with the hospital's League of Friends charity.

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