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Giant horse stolen from Tilehurst school

23 Sep 2014 17:00

THIEVES stole a life-size model of a horse from Birch Copse Primary School in Tilehurst last night.

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Passengers warned of delays between London Paddington and Reading tonight

23 Sep 2014 15:15

PASSENGERS are being warned that delays will continue on services between London Paddington and Reading tonight after a woman and child were hit by a train.

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Developing: Woman and child killed after being hit by train at Slough station - police rule out third party involvement

23 Sep 2014 13:31

A WOMAN and a child have died after being hit by a train at Slough station earlier this morning.

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Oracle worker is Shooting Star

23 Sep 2014 09:30

ANOTHER worker recognised for her commitment to the job was Jacqui Miles who won the Shooting Star award sponsored by Winkworth.

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Former town mayor up for Earley by-election

23 Sep 2014 08:00 • James Ash

A FORMER town mayor is one of the candidates to be selected for a surprise by-election in Earley.

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Getting to grips with project risk

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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The Week in Westminster: With Reading West MP Alok Sharma

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Reading FC out of Capital One Cup after defeat at Derby County

23 Sep 2014 22:48 • Sportsdesk

READING’S exited the Capital One Cup after a third-round defeat at Derby County’s Pride Park tonight.

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Reading FC boss Nigel Adkins dodges penalty taker debate after defeat at Hillsborough

22 Sep 2014 11:30 • Sportsdesk

READING FC boss Nigel Adkins refused to be drawn into a penalty debate following Glenn Murray’s missed spot-kick at Sheffield Wednesday.

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Limited places remaining for Dinton Duathlon

21 Sep 2014 09:30

PLACES are filling fast for the third Barnes Fitness Dinton Duathlon, to be held next month.

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Glenn Murray's missed penalty proves costly for Reading FC in defeat at Sheffield Wednesday

20 Sep 2014 17:21 • Sportsdesk

READING'S three-match winning run in the Championship came to a frustrating end at Sheffield Wednesday this afternoon.

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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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Opinion »

Getting to grips with project risk

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.

22 Sep 2014 09:30 • Hugh Miller

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The rise and rise of an online Norse Star

8 Aug 2014 11:25 • Gary Farmer

When a company “suddenly” experiences a meteoric rise, particularly when it’s one operating in the jungle of online marketing services, it can leave pundits struggling to find an adequate explanation.

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The Week in Westminster: With Reading West MP Alok Sharma

1 Aug 2014 09:30

AS our local economy continues to grow, business confidence expands and unemployment falls, it is not surprising more people are looking to Reading to work and bring up their families.

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The Week in Westminster: With Reading East MP Rob Wilson

25 Jul 2014 09:30

WITH the Parliamentary term coming to an end on Tuesday I am looking forward to getting back to Reading and being able to focus on local issues.

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Getting to grips with project risk

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.

23 Sep 2014 16:19 • Hugh Miller

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Blues band King King to stop off in Reading and Newbury with special guest

23 Sep 2014 16:00

DESCRIBED as one of the 'most explosive rock/blues bands on the planet', King King will be bringing their tour to Reading audiences next year.

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First World War poets brought to life in Not About Heroes

23 Sep 2014 13:30

IN 1917, having protested against the continuance of the war, celebrated poet and war hero Siegfried Sassoon was sent to the Craiglockhart War Hospital in Scotland for ‘war neurosis’. But the idea was to try and silence him.

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