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Out-of-control bonfire sets summer house ablaze

03/07/2015 17:06:24

A SUMMER house was destroyed after a neighbouring bonfire got out of control this afternoon.

At around 12.30pm this afternoon, Dee Road fire stati…

Armed police rush into Reading station following security alert

03/07/2015 16:35:10

ARMED police swooped on Reading railway station in a security alert which saw dozens of officers swarm onto the platforms this afternoon.

Clock ticking for retail award nominations

Man jailed after secret stash of heroin found by police

Reading Blue Coat School headteacher moves to Abingdon School

Fire crew welcomes new recruit, Freddie the fire station ferret

Police officer trapped in car had to be cut out

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Woodley & Earley

Go karts take Laurel Park by storm

Police officer trapped in car had to be cut out

Pensioner hospitalised by youths in Woodley

Graffiti cover-up not good enough for residents

Developer tells family they need to leave

Woman charged with terrorism offences looked after Earley children

Modern rules and lack of support blamed for procession's decline

Around Reading

Council promises to help Reading Rockets progress

Meat theft in Sonning shop prompts release of CCTV footage by police

Pet owner warns residents following vicious dog attack by trio of German Shepherds

Drivers mounting pavements to avoid learner drivers clogging up road

Professional Coaches visit Blue Coat

Police appeal after broken chair thrown at Bradford City fans at Madejski Stadium

Nathaniel Chalobah says kick racism out of football with Southcote youngsters

Business

Removals Help is at hand in the London Area with Best Van and Man

Defence manufacturer awarded grant Downpage headline 30 pt Heseltine signs deal for growth A political manifesto from business leaders IT worker named one of the coolest techies

Newsagent fined £500 after selling alcohol to 14-year-old

Phone firm do their bit at farm

New shop strikes gold

Charity help open new store

Takeaway boss offers free meals in bid to make peace

Opinion

The Rise and Rise of Debt Problems for Young People

The Reluctant Runner: I did it!

The Happy Horticulturist with Bernadette Varilone (2)

The Happy Horticulturist with Bernadette Varilone (1)

The Week in Politics by Rob Wilson, Reading East MP

The eyes of the whole country are on Reading FC for next Monday's FA cup quarter final replay

Why do babies have an in-built computer system that means they wake up just as you go to sleep?

Letters

Reading Retail Awards

Mover and shaker in cocktail world is nominated for award

Family treasure trove shop is nominated for an award

Life's a picnic for staff at inde cafe nominated for retail award

Happy diners full of praise for restaurant

Ceramic experts singled out

Wine delight up for Reading Retail Award

Passion and knowledge recipe for nomination for Reading Retail Award 2015

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