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Schwimmer 'doppelganger' denies fraud and theft charges

Judge Beverley Lunt asked Preston Crown Court: "Is this the Ross from Friends case?"

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Bournemouth restaurant owner fined for illegal fishing

An angler filmed three men landing protected fish at night in Poole Harbour.

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Rowing grandads Neil Young and Peter Ketley beat Atlantic record

Former paratroopers Neil Young and Peter Ketley have raised more than £30,000 for military charities.

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Anti-terror police officer 'raped girl, 14'

The specialist Ministry of Defence officer allegedly tracked the girl down using Snapchat mapping.

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Arrests after spate of Asian gold thefts in Slough

Three men are arrested on suspicion of burglary following a number of jewellery raids across Slough.

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Plans for Sandhurst's Horseshoe Lake country park approved

The plans will see a cafe, an educational centre and toilets added to Horseshoe Lake.

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Bracknell murder: Killer jailed for 'ferocious' attack

Liam Turner is jailed for life for murdering a father-of-two in a "random piece of sustained violence".

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Leroy Medford police custody death inquest focuses on 15 hours

Leroy Junior Medford was discharged from hospital hours before collapsing in a police cell.

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'Action taken' over Rolf Harris primary school incident

Convicted paedophile Rolf Harris was seen at a primary school near his home in Berkshire last week.

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Drink-driver who went wrong way on M4 near Reading jailed

Police brought Lee Johnson to a stop on the M4 near Reading by clipping his vehicle with a patrol car.

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Cow Lane in Reading finally ready after eight years

Work to construct the two-way traffic route on Cow Lane in Reading first began in 2011.

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Murder charge year after woman's death in Old Windsor

Daniel Staight has been charged with murder after Joy Green was found dead in her home in 2017.

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Driver crashes into ditch in Bracknell police chase

The footage captured by Thames Valley Police shows the driver crashing in Bracknell.

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UK scooter champion: Tyler Hainey, aged seven can do backflips

Self-taught rider Tyler Hainey, from Bracknell, Berkshire, has become the UK's under-eight champion.

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Plane struggles to land in strong winds at Heathrow Airport

A British Airways plane faced difficulties when attempting to land at Heathrow Airport.

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Equine flu

Racing faces its biggest financial crisis in 18 years, being forced to close down due to equine flu.

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Greenham Common pictures highlight life in the peace camps

An exhibition will show photographs of life at Greenham Common's women peace camps in the 1980s.

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Sheffield United v Reading

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Sheffield United and Reading.

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Reading 2-1 Blackburn Rovers: Nelson Oliveira's late strike seals rare Royals win

Nelson Oliveira's late goal sees Reading move out of the Championship relegation places by beating Blackburn Rovers.

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Brewery Comedy

RG41 5BP
Friday, 15 February, 2019 8.00pm
8.00

Fresh talent, four craft comics. Different lineup each month Live at the Walters Arms Beer provided by Marlow Rebellion independent brewery February 2019 Sunjai Arif Declan Kennedy Nathan Eagle Jake Farrell MC James Lillis

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Architecture photography exhibition

Bray House, Westcott Way, Maidenhead, SL6 3QH
Wednesday, 20 February, 2019 10:00 - 15:00
Free Admission

Dates 20th Feb – 24th Feb 2019 Open 10am – 3pm Daily Cost Free Public Admission Ever since photography was first invented, buildings have been a popular source of inspiration. Throughout the 20th century architectural photography became increasingly creative as photographers began to experiment with contrast, light, shadows, textures, reflections and perspective. This exhibition features a powerful catalogue of striking images that depict all aspects of architecture and help us to recognise the beauty that can be found in the smallest of details. ARCHITECTURE is a touring photographic exhibition, created and supported by The Photographic Angle. Please check website prior to attendance for latest information as dates may be subject to change. Disabled visitors are advised to check with us before visiting an exhibition so that suitable access can be provided. Reg Charity No : 1135750

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London Irish St Patrick's Day Party Game

Madeski Stadium, Reading
Saturday, 23 March, 2019 15.00
various

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London Irish St Patrick's Party Game

Madejeski Stadium
Saturday, 23 March, 2019 12.00 - 18.00
Adults from £25 kids from £5

The famous London Irish St Patrick’s Party game is back for its 18th year when Doncaster Knights make the trip to the Madejski Stadium on Saturday 23 March 2019, Kick Off 15.00 (entertainment starts from 12.00).

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Cancer Research UK take over the Art Cafe

Community Art Cafe at Whitchurch on Thames
Saturday, 23 March, 2019 10:00
free

Cancer Research UK take over the Art Cafe Reading Cancer Research UK group are delighted to be running the Art Café in Whitchurch on Saturday 23rd March 10:00am – 12.30pm Please do pop in to enjoy a cup of tea/coffee with a delicious slice of homemade cake. There will be arts and crafts for you to browse and you can combine the visit with a walk along the nearby Thames. All proceeds on this day will go to Cancer Research UK. The Café is found by crossing the Thames at Whitchurch Toll Bridge and walking/driving a short distance up the hill. It is opposite "The Ferryboat". Note: There is a small amount of parking at the Art Café. Alternatively you can park on the Pangbourne side of of the River Thames then stroll across to the Toll Bridge and up to the village of Whitchurch-on-Thames

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Charity Dinner In aid of Cancer Research UK

Reading College, King's Road. RG1 4HJ
Tuesday, 26 March, 2019 19:00
£25.00

The Reading Group for Cancer Research UK presents: C Food Charity Dinner In aid of Cancer Research UK Tuesday 26th March 7:00pm for 7.30pm until 9.50pm Hosted by The Kitchen at Reading College, King's Road. RG1 4HJ (parking in car park 1) £25 per person for a four course meal & glass of wine Evening to include a raffle and talk from a Cancer Research UK scientist To book your places please contact Sarah Kidd-May via sarahkiddmay@gmail.com or on 07443635688 Menu To Begin Carrot, Coconut, Coriander and Ginger Broth To Follow Cod, Cauliflower and Cumin (Cauliflower, Cumin and Spiced Gooseberry Chutney)* Followed by Chicken, Celeriac, Cavolo Nero, Chickpeas and Chorizo (Chive Rice Bon Bons, Celeriac, Cavolo Nero, Chickpeas and Chorizo)* To Finish Chocolate Tart with Clementine Sorbet *Vegan option (it is vegan chorizo, made from chickpeas)

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