READING students have been digging for victory, converting a disused and dishevelled walled garden into a beautiful herb and vegetable patch.
A STALWART of neighbourhood policing in Ascot is retiring after more than 29 years' dedicated service to Thames Valley Police.
FORMER West Berkshire area police commander Chris Shead has been promoted to a top cross border job.
- Star duo leading the way in build up to Starlight Hike
- Flurry of arrests in Berkshire after drink driving crackdown
- Road break-up causes Castle Hill lane closures
- Fashionistas to celebrate Reading Arts Week
- Go-ahead for £6m Woodley school renovation
- Nominate your business today
- Steering to test success
- Video: Reading Water Festival 2013
- Councillor claims up by 130%
- Chinese firm in security row welcomes minister
- Uni to play pioneering role in retraining
A READING MP has described a supermarket giant's decision to base its distribution operation in Reading as a "big vote of confidence" in the town.
RELIEF prevailed after the multi-million pound renovation of a dilapidated secondary school was given the go-ahead.
THERE used to be a shop called S.E.A. Shaver Centre. It was in King's Road but one day, on the way back from lunch at the White Lion, it was gone. A sign in the window read: "Moved to the Butts Centre."
MARLAND Yarde enjoyed a dream England debut as he scored twice in a 51-26 victory over Argentina on Saturday.
IN an interesting twist on female solidarity tales, Steaming takes place in the hot and intimate world of an all-female steam room in London's East End.
- Listen out for Mozart's The Magic Flute in Henley
- Salena Jones and Keith Mansfield team up for Powerful
- Reading Minster festival brings music to the Minster
- Martin Denny, Windsor Festival Director, shares what the Festival has in store
- Comedian Phill Jupitus talks stand up, audience participation and jazz
- Burnt Tomorrow talk Reading music and Hub Fest at Face Bar