1 Sep 2014 17:20 • Sportsdesk
READING FC flop Royston Drenthe has joined Championship rivals Sheffield Wednesday on loan until January.
1 Sep 2014 16:00
Harry Buckley, 18, from Windsor, visited the Theatre Royal in Windsor to see the performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. Here is his 250-word review:
1 Sep 2014 15:15
Lorna Hensley went to see Dreamboats and Miniskirts at the Theatre Royal in Windsor, and her 250-word review won her backstage tickets to the show. Read her review here:
1 Sep 2014 14:00 • Nick Gutteridge
THE Education Funding Agency has postponed working on the Highridge site in Caversham after agreeing to scout out new locations for the Heights free school.
1 Sep 2014 13:30
ROADS around the Royal Berkshire Hospital have been backed up today due to closures for repair works.
1 Sep 2014 11:05 • Sportsdesk
NIGEL Adkins hailed Reading FC’s win at the Riverside as a ‘great victory’ for his team.
1 Sep 2014 09:30
A CHARITY music festival in Hurst had to be shut down by police in the early hours of Sunday morning after reaching excessive noise levels.
1 Sep 2014 08:00 • Chris Anderson
MORE than 150 people attended the first Love Tilehurst meeting to object to potential new housing sites.
31 Aug 2014 18:30
TWO Reading crews were called to a two-car smash between junctions 11 and 12 of the M4 this afternoon (Sunday).
31 Aug 2014 17:00
A 92-YEAR-OLD retired brick layer died after he was overcome by smoke fumes when his oven switched itself back on after a 40-minute power cut.
31 Aug 2014 14:30 • Sportsdesk
LONDON Irish’s new Hazelwood training ground will be the official base for Wales and Fiji during the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
31 Aug 2014 12:00
FESTIVAL-GOERS have been on their best behaviour this year with a 15 per cent drop in crimes since 2013.
31 Aug 2014 09:30 • Sportsdesk
CALCOT’S Tricia Watkins admits her experience was as good as gold as she presented medals to some of Europe’s finest Paralympians.
31 Aug 2014 08:00 • Nick Gutteridge
CALLS are growing for ministers to make a decision over the future of Reading Prison a year after they first announced it would close —with taxpayers footing a £20,000 a month bill to keep the derelict building standing.
30 Aug 2014 18:00
FIREFIGHTERS were called to Woodley this morning after a lorry became stuck under a railway bridge.
30 Aug 2014 17:21 • Sportsdesk
READING FC bounced back from successive Championship defeats with a hard-fought victory at the Riverside
30 Aug 2014 17:00
THE grieving family of a man killed when he was struck by a police car in east Reading are holding a fundraising event to collect cash for his funeral.
30 Aug 2014 12:00
THEY have done it in bikinis and lime green mankinis. One Earley man even did it starkers – with only an orange balloon to cover his modesty. The ice bucket challenge has come to Reading big time, writes Tessa Watkins.
30 Aug 2014 08:00
NEIGHBOURS and passengers rushed to the aid of an injured mother and her son after their car collided with a bus on Tuesday.
29 Aug 2014 17:00
RESIDENTS are being reminded that the next stage in the summer’s road resurfacing work will begin at the start of the month as the borough council moves on to the residential street phase of its repair programme.