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Bracknell's William Mitchell Mural to move to car park

The future of the 1960s mural has been decided after questions over its future.

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Slough fatal stabbing: Three people arrested

Mohammed Aman Ashraq, 18, died after being found injured in Slough on 4 January.

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Woman cleared of Road Wars PC crash death in Berkshire

A crash in Berkshire in 2017 left PC James Dixon and 91-year-old Gladys Goodwin dead.

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Reading Council agrees 43m leisure centres contract

Greenwich Leisure Ltd will design, build, and operate the services in Reading.

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BAME foster care shortage in two-thirds of English councils

Two-thirds of councils in England have a shortage of black, Asian or minority ethnic foster carers.

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Berkshire crafters help Australian animals injured in bushfires

An army of crafters are helping Australia's animals recover from devastating bushfires.

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Two arrests in Slough people smuggling investigation

The National Crime Agency is holding an Iraqi man and a British woman suspected of people smuggling.

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HS2: Give me the facts, says Shapps

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps faces a "massive decision" as a leaked report suggests the rail link could cost 106bn.

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Slough grocery store reopens after mouse infestation

Food safety officers closed a grocery store in Slough after they found an infestation of mice.

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Boy, 15, detained for stabbing teenager

His victim was stabbed in the leg and back in an attack in Cippenham, Slough, in November.

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Thames Valley Police officer sacked for 'physical contact of sexual nature'

The policeman subjected a colleague to behaviour that left her "understandably shocked and upset".

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Brexit explained: Can I still drive in the EU?

BBC reporter Tom Hepworth explains what steps we'll have to take to drive in the EU after Brexit.

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Brexit explained: Can I still get healthcare in the EU?

BBC reporter Tom Hepworth takes a look at what Brexit could mean for how we access healthcare in the EU.

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Brexit explained: Can I still take my pet to the EU?

BBC reporter Tom Hepworth takes a look at what Brexit could mean for how we travel with our pets.

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Brexit explained: Can I still have a holiday home in the EU?

BBC reporter Tom Hepworth explains what Brexit will mean for people who own holiday homes in the EU.

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Brexit explained: Can I still bring back alcohol from the EU?

BBC reporter Tom Hepworth explains what rules will change for people bringing alcohol back from the EU after Brexit.

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Berkshire school uses virtual reality to help autistic children

Autistic children are using new technology to help them learn how to handle everyday scenarios.

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South Western Railway strike: Commuter 'exhausted and stressed'

Alison Bunce says her commute from Surrey to London is now a five-hour round trip.

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Reading Scientists research causes of smell loss

Phil is taking part in the study to help discover exactly what caused him to lose his sense of smell.

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Berkshire teachers use therapy to improve student behaviour

Teachers in West Berkshire are using therapeutic learning to try and help students to feel and behave better.

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Inside Windsor Castle - 360 video

Get a full 360 view on the interior of Windsor Castle.

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Recycling rubbish enables Jana Little to help dog charity

Jana was worried about children having to wade through rubbish - now she turns it into charity cash.

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Tilehurst dad with MS walks daughter down the aisle

Steve Barnes had to re-learn to walk for the big day, as part of a trial using the robotic suit.

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Royal approval for Berkshire woman's Kenyan charity

Peter Njuguna was helped by a Berkshire charity that's been adopted by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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Twitter 'adopts' a Berkshire grandad following viral video

82-year-old Keith melted millions of hearts when a video of him painting his granddaughter's nails went viral.

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Nottingham Forest 1-1 Reading: Sides draw for second time in space of 11 days

Nottingham Forest and Reading share the points yet again as they draw their second meeting in the space of 11 days.

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Hamilton Accies: Crystal Palace's Sam Woods joins Reading's Luke Southwood on loan

Crystal Palace defender Sam Woods turns down League One and Two offers to join Hamilton Accies after Reading goalkeeper Luke Southwood returns to the Scottish Premiership club.

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Women's Super League: Everton 3-1 Reading

Chloe Kelly's hat-trick against Reading lifts Everton above the Royals in the Women's Super League table.

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Millwall investigate 'homophobic abuse' reports in win over Reading

Millwall confirm match officials reported an alleged incident of homophobic abuse during their win against Reading at The Den.

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Millwall 2-0 Reading: Homophobic chanting reported during Lions win at The Den

Goals from Matt Smith and Jon Dadi Bodvarsson help Millwall see off Reading in a match marred by reports of homophobic chanting.

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