WE'VE rounded up some of this week's most read stories, just in case you may have missed them.

1. Top award for 'BEST Indian restaurant in Reading'

One of the most popular stories this week was for all the foodies in Reading who wanted to know about the town's top Indian Restaurant.

A fairly new addition to the town, this restaurant has people chomping at the bit to try it and many happy faces afterwards.

Click here to read more about the restaurant and its latest award

2. FIRST LOOK inside new 'glamorous' Slug and Lettuce - video

From one foodies dream to something more drink-related as this riverside restaurant flung open its doors for the first time after a huge refurbishment.

Our reporter was given a sneak preview of the new restaurant before opening and created a video tour for reader's to take a look inside.

Click here to watch the video

3. 'Spot the car': slippery conditions in West Berkshire cause car to end up in ditch

The horrendously wet weather this week has brought with it a number of warning s from emergency services including the police who tweeted this picture.

The force warned of driving in wet conditions after attending a car who had come off the road in Mortimer.

In its post the force challenged people to 'spot the car' as it had almost fully submerged itself into the hedgerow.

Click here for the full article

4. Dog miraculously survives 'freak accident' after being impaled on a SPIKE

A miraculous story this week came from German wire-haired pointer Angus who gave his owners a fright when he managed to get himself impaled on a metal stake.

The stake was hidden in the undergrowth when the dog was being walked in Enborne, near Newbury, and went through the pups body when he jumped in a ditch.

Vets raced to the scene to help the stricken pooch.

Click to read more

5. Pop-up Christmas cinema coming to Reading

A fun one to finish with is the Christmas pop-up cinema that is coming to Reading. There will be an impressive 10 different festive films being shown at the pop-up INSIDE cinema across a number of afternoon and evening screenings.

Elf, Home Alone and Die Hard are all among the favourites that will be shown.

To find out how to get involved click here