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Cyclist found unconscious on roadside after hit and run near Midgham, West Berkshire

25 Oct 2014 17:05

A CYCLIST was found unconscious on the roadside after being knocked from his bike in a hit and run near Midgham yesterday evening.

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Barnabas Road application rejected for being "overbearing and oppresive"

25 Oct 2014 17:00 • Joe Gammie

PLANNING bosses rejected proposals for an “overbearing and oppressive” new house in Emmer Green.

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Tilehurst teenager on Olympic bid seeks sponsorship

25 Oct 2014 12:00

OLYMPIC hopeful Liam Macdevitt is appealing to people to help him on his way to Rio.

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Pedestrian struck by a car and killed whilst wandering along the M4 last night

25 Oct 2014 09:10

MYSTERY surrounds why a pedestrian was wandering along the M4 before he was struck by a car and killed last night.

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Literacy test shows white working class boys still bottom of school results in Reading

25 Oct 2014 08:00 • Chris Anderson

WHITE working class boys in Reading are sinking to the bottom of the education barrel as new data on literacy skills reaffirms.

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Are green “tractors” the smart 4X4 option?

Even for people who follow new vehicle design fairly closely the lingering, classic image of the 4 X 4 is often that of an ostentatious gas guzzler with the eco-efficiency of a Sherman tank - the notorious “Chelsea Tractor”.

Are we swapping the gym for a gadget?

How will Reading fare in the Championship this season?

Getting to grips with project risk

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Reading FC back to winning ways with comfortable win over Blackpool

25 Oct 2014 17:01 • Paul Carey

READING FC ended their seven match winless streak with a hard-fought 3-0 victory over basement side Blackpool FC.

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Live: Reading 3-0 Blackpool

25 Oct 2014 13:30

Hello and welcome to Madejski Stadium for live coverage of Reading v Blackpool.

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Redingensians Rams continue to soar near the top of National South West Three table after beating Newton Abbot

24 Oct 2014 17:00

A fantastic fightback capped by three second half tries saw Redingensians Rams grab a fifth National Three South West win of the season with a 31-15 success against Newton Abbot.

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Reading Sunday League Football round-up: Richfield Rovers' struggles continue as they slump to Barton Rovers loss

24 Oct 2014 16:30

RICHFIELD Rovers suffered a third Senior Division defeat of the season as they crashed to a 5-2 defeat at Barton Rovers, writes Richard Ashton.

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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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Are green “tractors” the smart 4X4 option?

9 Oct 2014 13:03 • Hugh Miller

Even for people who follow new vehicle design fairly closely the lingering, classic image of the 4 X 4 is often that of an ostentatious gas guzzler with the eco-efficiency of a Sherman tank - the notorious “Chelsea Tractor”.

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Are we swapping the gym for a gadget?

9 Oct 2014 13:01 • Hugh Miller

We all know about the well-established trend among young people to risk obesity by spending endless hours glued to computer games - but it could just be that we’re giving technological gadgetry a bad name it doesn’t really deserve.

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How will Reading fare in the Championship this season?

8 Oct 2014 11:14

We're rolling into October now and the start of the winter period of the 2014/15 Championship season so things are starting to settle into place in the second tier of English football for The Royals and all of the other side's looking to secure promotion to the Premier League.

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Getting to grips with project risk

22 Sep 2014 09:30 • Hugh Miller

What’s the worst that could happen? That’s the pragmatic and not remotely doom-laden question any project manager has to ask before the ink is dry on the first draft of any operational plan - because solving problems before they get a chance to happen will add hugely to the prospects of ultimate success.

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Master illusionist James More to come to Newbury's Corn Exchange

25 Oct 2014 09:30

Master illusionist and magician James More will be coming to Newbury’s Corn Exchange and is offering a chance to get ‘up close and personal’ with magic.

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Three men in a boat sail to South Hill Park

24 Oct 2014 17:30

THE humorous tale of a trio’s trip down the Thames is coming to the stage once more as the original book celebrates its 125th anniversary.

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Performers mark 25th with a tribute to bard

24 Oct 2014 09:30

A GROUP of aspiring performers are set to celebrate the 25th anniversary of a hit musical.

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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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