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Reading accountant's Death Star despair after lottery win

Malcolm Haines is left disappointed after his local store ran out of stock of the Lego product.

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Covid-19: Three fined for 150-mile trip for 'epic' night out

The driver was found to be a learner and was also charged with drug-driving, police say.

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Covid: 10 new mass vaccination centres to open in England

It comes as the government urges people to "play their part" in helping to meet vaccination targets.

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Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire

The latest number of cases of Covid-19 across the county.

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Reading attack: Man held after 'window cleaner' appeal

Police had appealed for information about a man reported asking if residents wanted windows cleaned.

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Snowbound Rotherham hearse rescued by 'amazing' community

The hearse became stuck after heavy snow fall led to treacherous conditions across South Yorkshire.

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Station Hill: Reading office block plans approved

Work is set to start on the 18-storey office block and pocket park in Spring and finish in 2024.

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Covid-19: Bracknell couple's 'final meeting' in hospital

The couple, who both have coronavirus, were given "precious" time together, their daughter says.

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Mystery surrounds student who drowned in Reading river

Assistant coroner Ian Wade says he is unable to say how or why Junaed Amin died.

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Reading West railway station's 3.1m upgrade approved

The work at Reading West station could begin in March, a council says.

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Arthur Hill swimming pool to be turned into key worker flats

Reading Borough Council gives the go ahead to convert the former Arthur Hill swimming pool.

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Reading stabbings: Father demands answers on Saadallah freedom

The father of a Reading terror attack victim asks why the killer was not considered a danger.

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Debbie Clay: BBC Sports Personality of the Year Unsung Hero for the south revealed

The BBC Sports Personality of the Year Unsung Hero for the south of England is Debbie Clay, from Shinfield in Berkshire.

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Coronavirus: Council officers help explain lockdown rules

Council officers have helped explain lockdown rules to about 600 businesses in Reading.

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Dad builds secret Harry Potter street in daughter's wardrobe

Ella discovered Diagon Alley inside her wardrobe during a game of hide-and-seek on her birthday.

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Reading composer uses dice to create 'random' classical music

Edward Chilvers uses dice to compose a new style of classical music that introduces an element of randomness.

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Reading pub opens for remote workers to use as office

Pubs are offering a new office set up for people having to work remotely during the pandemic.

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Marathon walk for 104-year-old inspired by Captain Tom

At 104, Ruth Saunders is walking a charity marathon after being inspired by Captain Sir Tom Moore.

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Coronavirus: Newbury optometrist abused for mask request

An optometrist was compared to Adolf Hitler online after asking a woman to wear a face covering.

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Former offender and retired judge work on rehabilitation charity

A former offender who set up a rehabilitation charity is being backed by the judge who jailed him.

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Reading University elephant skeleton goes back on display

The Indian elephant skeleton has been at the University of Reading since 1931.

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Reading 1-1 Arsenal: Gunners drop more WSL points in stalemate with Royals

Arsenal drop further points in their Women's Super League title quest after they are held to a draw at Reading.

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Maidenhead-Yeovil off amid Covid-19 concerns

Saturday's National League game between Maidenhead United and Yeovil Town is postponed because of coronavirus concerns.

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Brentford games against Bristol City & Reading postponed because of Covid-19

Brentford's next two Championship fixtures against Bristol City and Reading are postponed because of Covid-19 cases.

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Jess Fishlock: WSL suffered 'bit of damage' due to negative headlines

Reading midfielder Jess Fishlock says a bad week "has done a bit of damage" to the Women's Super League.

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Sam Walker: Reading goalkeeper joins AFC Wimbledon on loan

League One side AFC Wimbledon sign Reading goalkeeper Sam Walker on loan until the end of the season.

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