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Reading Golf Club homes receive more than 1,000 objections

Objectors say there are not enough schools but the club says it will provide affordable housing.

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M4 near Slough and Langley to close for bridge demolition

Highways England says the weekend closure between junction 5 and 6 will last until Monday morning.

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New testing labs set up to 'increase capacity'

Lighthouse Labs will be set up in Bracknell and Newcastle upon Tyne in an attempt to boost coronavirus testing.

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Coronavirus: Reading council says test shortage could 'paralyse' schools

Reading's council warns there could be rolling closures of schools if testing is not increased.

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Circumcision practitioner charged with assaulting children

A man is charged with physically assaulting children across England during circumcision procedures.

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Tilehurst double stabbing: Boy, 14, charged with attempted murder

Two 16-year-old boys were stabbed near a play park late on Saturday.

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Couple call for routine group B strep screening for mums

A couple from Berkshire whose baby was stillborn are calling for pregnant women to be screened.

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Kaden Reddick: Firms charged over boy's Topshop barrier death

Kaden Reddick, 10, died after a 110kg barrier accidentally fell on his head at a Topshop store.

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Pilots 'distracted' in mid-air collision near Henley - report

One of the pilots cut short the charity flight after a child onboard became vocal, the report says.

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William Mitchell Mural returns to Bracknell town centre

The William Mitchell Mural was taken down to make way for a shopping centre but is now back.

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Care home resident had bruises and maggot-infested sore

A bruise also found on the grandfather's neck was "consistent with a hand mark", a review says.

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Council 'furious' over more Windsor and Maidenhead missed bin collections

To catch up on a backlog, bins should have been emptied by Monday.

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Reading tower block residents face cladding removal wait

Previous approved plans to remove cladding at Hanover House expired when no work was carried out.

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Coronavirus: Doctor who 'died from Covid-19' to receive fellowship

Dr Peter Tun died in April at Royal Berkshire Hospital where he worked.

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Thames Valley, Sussex and Surrey Police's software could be scrapped

Thames Valley, Sussex and Surrey Police have so far paid 3.3m to KPMG for the new software, Equip.

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Hold Still: UK lockdown caught on camera

Pictures taken by members of the public for an online exhibition capturing four months of lockdown.

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'Divorce boom' forecast as lockdown sees advice queries rise

Data shows more people are searching for advice on getting a divorce according to Citizens Advice.

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Reading Carnival: Caribbean community 'let down' as licence revoked

Councillors said they felt they had "no other option" than to revoke the licence over safety fears.

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Schools 'need to make 11-plus more accessible'

A visually-impaired child was told by Reading School it would not make adjustments to the exam paper.

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Coronavirus: Train passenger headbutted for asking man to wear mask

The assault happened onboard a Transport for London (TfL) service between Slough and Langley.

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Man dies after being hit by lorry on M4

The accident happened between junctions 10 and 11 on the eastbound carriageway.

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Berkshire lockdown woods to give 'hope for the future'

Woodlands will be created as "living memorials" to people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic.

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Coronavirus: Women's cycling group has post-lockdown boost

The Belles on Bikes are reporting more women interested in cycling as lockdown eases.

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Coronavirus: Adventure days for NHS staff and families

The key workers are given a chance to escape the stress of Covid-19 by an outdoor centre.

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PC Harper: Wife Lissie calls for life sentences for killers

The widow of PC Andrew Harper wants life sentences for anyone who kills an emergency worker.

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Coronavirus: How henna can help your mental health

Mehndi artists share how their art helped their mental health during lockdown.

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PC Andrew Harper's mother campaigns for new law

The mother of PC Andrew Harper starts a campaign for "Andrew's Law" after his killers were convicted of manslaughter.

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Wokingham volunteers create allotment to feed community

A group of volunteers set-up a charity so they could grow food to help feed their community.

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Prince Philip steps down as Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles

The Duke of Edinburgh steps down as as Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles after almost 70 years of involvement.

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Reading 2-0 Barnsley: Royals overcome nine-man Tykes

Goals from Michael Olise and Yakou Meite help Reading beat nine-man Barnsley for a first home Championship win since February.

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Reading 0-1 Luton Town: Jordan Clark goal sets up Man Utd Carabao Cup tie

Jordan Clark's first goal for Luton is enough to see off Reading and set up a Carabao Cup third-round tie with Manchester United.

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Derby County 0-2 Reading: Lucas Joao scores and assists in Royals win

Reading score two quick-fire goals before half-time to beat Derby on the opening day of the Championship season.

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Women's Super League: Reading 3-1 Aston Villa - Royals pick up first three points of the season

Reading strike three times in the first half on their way to condemning visitors Aston Villa to successive defeats.

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Quinton Fortune: Ex-Manchester United player joins Reading coaching staff

Former Manchester United midfielder Quinton Fortune and Portuguese coach Nuno Gomes join the backroom staff at Reading.

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