29 Oct 2014 09:30
For any enterprising student who’s dreamed of being able to seriously expand his or her horizons the new eye-catcher offer agreed between Berlin-based travel experts GoEuro and the University of Reading is surely too good to ignore.
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”.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
17 Jul 2014 12:28 • Hugh Miller
Could billionaire James Dyson hoover up Reading all by himself - or would he need a little help from Richard Branson?
14 Jul 2014 12:14 • Gary Farmer
It was bad enough when people were regularly getting themselves into trouble with e-mails they wish they’d never sent - and then came Facebook. And unfortunately the “say it in haste, repent at leisure” syndrome is even more acute now, with the advent of Twitter.
11 Jul 2014 09:30
SUMMER is one mad dash from place-to-place for MPs trying to keep up with all the fantastic events and activities taking place.
3 Jul 2014 09:30
ONE of the great satisfactions of being a Member of Parliament is working with dedicated residents in delivering local community initiatives.
3 Jul 2014 09:29
SHOULD we stay or should we go? And, more to the point, does anyone outside of the Westminster elite actually care?
1 Jul 2014 10:20
Imagine the classic image of a man who has lost a bet - for example in some high powered card game in a movie, the sort where fortunes are at stake and ruin is staring the loser in the face. It could turn ugly.
27 Jun 2014 09:31
LAST week I was delighted to be able to vote for a proposal that will make sure that anyone convicted of a carrying a knife for a second time faces six months in jail
19 Jun 2014 15:03
This summer is a veritable feast of sporting events for English sports fans with so much going on across the world in so many different sports.
17 Jun 2014 13:20
To seasoned overseas workers the vagaries of international problems are just so much distraction from the real business to hand - and that’s arguably never more true than in the multi-faceted Middle East.
13 Jun 2014 09:30
IT’S official, I’m going to become a tennis fan. You never get this sort of nonsense at Wimbledon.
13 Jun 2014 09:30
THIS week we heard that the Education Funding Agency, the part of the Department for Education with responsibility for reviewing and selecting sites for new schools, has purchased High Ridge in Upper Warren Avenue, Caversham, with the intention of clearing the site and building a new primary school.