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Mystery over Woodley teen killed walking in middle of road - inquest

28 Jan 2015 13:45

A teenager was mysteriously wandering in the road when he was struck by a 4x4 car suffering unsurvivable injuries, a coroner heard today.

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Updated: NHS strike suspended

27 Jan 2015 18:10

A planned 12-hour trade union walkout over pay on Thursday has been suspended.

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Earley road closed to fix water main

27 Jan 2015 17:10

Elm Road, in Earley, will be closed from 9.30am tomorrow to 5am on Thursday to allow Thames Water to fix a water main which burst at the weekend.

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Friends pay tribute to Cane End crash victim

27 Jan 2015 16:10

Friends have paid tribute to 20-year-old Emily Clements killed in a car crash last Thursday morning.

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Reading Buses unveils charity of the year

27 Jan 2015 13:20 • James Ash

THE WHEELS are in motion for 12 months of record-breaking fundraising after Reading Buses unveiled its charity of the year.

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Reading FC boss Steve Clarke: "We lacked a cutting edge"

28 Jan 2015 09:30

STEVE Clarke says Reading FC’s lack of ruthlessness denied them all three points in Tuesday evening's stalemate against 10-man Millwall.

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Reading FC held to a draw by ten-man Millwall

27 Jan 2015 21:48 • Paul Carey

READING FC played 45 minutes against 10 men but were unable to unlock an out-of-form Millwall defence in a scrappy affair at the Den.

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FT: Millwall FC 0-0 Reading FC

27 Jan 2015 19:00 • Paul Carey

Hello and welcome to the Den for live coverage of Millwall v Reading.

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Reading FC boss Steve Clarke seeking a turning point at Millwall

27 Jan 2015 09:15 • Paul Carey

STEVE Clarke wants his Reading side to use tonight’s “big” game at Millwall as the catalyst to turn their season around.

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Still Searching for Income

In 2012 I was asked to write for this publication and based on comments from clients I thought it was then topical to look at maximising the return on savings in a low interest rate environment; I entitled the piece 'Searching for Income'.

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The Happy Horticulturist with Bernadette Varilone

26 Jan 2015 09:30

Designing your ideal garden. First measure your plot.

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Mum's the word with Alex Brocklesby

19 Jan 2015 09:30

After almost four months of practice, I have almost mastered the art of breastfeeding in public (except when caught off-guard wearing silly dresses). And what an art it is.

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Ever tried breastfeeding in public while holding a conversation with a man?

15 Jan 2015 09:30

After almost four months of practice, I have almost mastered the art of breastfeeding in public (except when caught off-guard wearing silly dresses). And what an art it is.

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The Reluctant Runner on Park Run

15 Jan 2015 09:30

NEW year, new you....and all that jazz. Don’t you just hate it when people spin the positive on everything during January by saying this four words? Well for me yes, this is a new year, but it’s not so much a new me rather than a more organised (and hopefully fitter and thinner) me.

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A play with no words

27 Jan 2015 09:30

Blind Man’s Song is a tale about one man’s rage against his world of darkness. Inspired by the paintings of René Magritte, the dead-end world of Samuel Beckett and interviews with blind and visually-impaired people, it uses theatre, mime and original live music to explore the power of imagination in seeking wisdom beyond our senses. With no words, Blind Man’s Song witnesses the power of the body to communicate.

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Whiteway's Watching: Now You See It

25 Jan 2015 09:30

UNLESS I’m very much mistaken, the world has not been calling out for an alternative to You’ve Been Framed dedicated solely to magic and its often creepy exponents (please note I am very much aware my byline picture makes me look like a failed illusionist).

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Review: New menu launched at Windsor's Scottish Steak Club restaurant

24 Jan 2015 09:30

IF, like me, you are serious about your steak – then an evening at the Scottish Steak Club may actually be heaven itself.

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Mapping out the buy-to-let opportunity

A brief look at the recent history of the UK property market is enough to explain why buy-to-let is rightly seen as a sound investment option, but of course life, where serious money is concerned, is never straightforward.

17 Oct 2014 11:23 • Roy Beers

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