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Council clampdown on Caversham parking

21 Sep 2014 17:00

A CRACKDOWN on commuters who dump their cars in Lower Caversham and walk to the railway station was declared by the borough’s transport leaders last week.

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Police appealing for witnesses after assault in East Reading

21 Sep 2014 15:30

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after an assault in Denmark Road, East Reading, last night.

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Elderly and disabled at risk following budget cuts

21 Sep 2014 12:00

READING has to pull together to make sure elderly and disabled people are not impacted by the latest tranche of budget cuts.

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Traders show great initiative

21 Sep 2014 09:30

CAVERSHAM Traders Association’s loyalty card scheme won initiative of the year at the Reading Retail Awards — the first time a collective has picked up the prize. Jude Chapman, vice chairman of the independent business association, said they were really proud to have picked up the award.

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Misery on Play Hatch road

21 Sep 2014 08:00

MOTORISTS on a busy commuter route faced an evening of misery after a worker left the temporary traffic lights in order to rush to his wife’s side at hospital.

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The rise and rise of an online Norse Star

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.

The Week in Westminster: With Reading West MP Alok Sharma

The Week in Westminster: With Reading East MP Rob Wilson

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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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Alex Lewington hat trick not enough as London Irish suffer last minute heartbreak against Saracens

20 Sep 2014 16:50

WING Alex Lewington scored a sensational hat trick but still ended up on the losing side as London Irish lost a pulsating game with Saracens to a last-minute Billy Vunipola score.

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Full Time: London Irish 32-36 Saracens

20 Sep 2014 15:00

Alex Lewington scored a memorable hat trick but London Irish slipped to a heartbreaking last minute defeat against unbeaten Saracens.

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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 rise and rise of an online Norse Star

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.

8 Aug 2014 11:25 • Gary Farmer

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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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The Week in Westminster: With Reading West MP Alok Sharma

18 Jul 2014 09:30

IN recent weeks, I have been speaking at a number of events focused on the important debate about airport capacity, including a conference organised by the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) and a Runways UK event held at the Guildhall in the City of London.

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Folk musician Seth Lakeman will tell tales to Windsor Festival audience

16 Sep 2014 09:30

INSPIRED by his journalist father, folk musician Seth Lakeman embarked on a mission to uncover extraordinary tales from ordinary people.

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Texas will play in Reading as part of 25th anniversary tour

15 Sep 2014 15:30

SCOTTISH pop band Texas will play The Hexagon next year as part of a 25th anniversary tour.

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Holmes to solve Ripper-style mystery in Kenton Theatre's new play

15 Sep 2014 13:30

A NEW play described as “Sherlock Holmes meets Jack the Ripper” opens at Henley’s Kenton Theatre next week — and there are hopes it will transfer to the West End.

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