Nick Gutteridge • Published 19 Jun 2013 18:20
A HUMBLE extension lead which overheated sparked an electrical blaze, nearly destroying a woman's house.
MOTORISTS are facing delays across West Berkshire from a series of road works schemes.
A GROUP of travellers who set up camp at Three Mile Cross could be given their marching orders this week.
- Land Girls' key role at Royal County Of Berkshire Show
- Build up to last Reading Arts Week show
- Man cut free from car after A33 smash
- Reading students bring a whole new meaning to student digs
- Police career handed down for four generations
- West Berkshire police commander has high hopes for new role
- 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
FORMER West Berkshire area police commander Chris Shead has been promoted to a top cross border job.
RELIEF prevailed after the multi-million pound renovation of a dilapidated secondary school was given the go-ahead.
EXPENSES claims at Wokingham Borough Council have rocketed by 130% over the last year.
OVER the years it's become something of a truism that the way to tell politicians are lying is to check if their lips are moving. We had a variation on that theme on Monday night when TV news showed a montage of Chris Huhne denials.
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