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Jomo Mathurine: Voyeur doctor struck off for secret sex filming

A tribunal finds Jomo Mathurine's crimes were "so grave" he should not practise medicine again.

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Reading Golf Club withdraws plans for 260 homes

More than 2,000 objections were raised about the impact of the development on the area.

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Covid-19: More cases at Berkshire care home where five residents died

Nine of the new cases at the care home are mild while one person is asymptomatic.

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Coronavirus: Slough to face toughest measures in tier 3

The council says the number of cases in the area is not falling "quickly enough".

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Dogs in turmoil as lockdown fuels demand for pets

Concerns mount over puppies bought during lockdown as owners struggle to cope.

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Eton teacher Matthew Mowbray guilty of sex offences against pupils

Matthew Mowbray is found guilty of eight counts of sexual activity with a child at Eton College.

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Concorde pilot killed wife in 'act of compassion'

Tony Meadows, who was found dead with his wife Paula, had piloted for the Queen.

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'Strong case' house in crypt was home to Jesus, says archaeologist

A Reading university archaeologist conducts a 14-year study of an ancient site in Nazareth, Israel.

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Slough 'stop and search' order lifted after knife attack

An 18-year-old man suffered a back injury, thought to be caused by a knife, in Slough on Saturday.

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#cheerupcharlie: West End stars record with 10-year-old boy

Charlie, who was bullied for loving musical theatre, has recorded a song with his West End heroes.

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Covid-19: Five deaths and 100 cases at Shinfield care home

Berkley Care Group, which runs Shinfield View Care Home, says the virus has been contained.

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Queen and Prince Philip mark 73rd wedding anniversary with new photo

The royals are pictured looking at a homemade card from their great-grandchildren.

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Politician death threats man Wajid Shah jailed

Wajid Shah sent a series of messages to politicians threatening them "with a gun or a knife".

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Kaden Reddick: Firms in court over Topshop barrier death

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

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Reading Prison: Sale of 'Oscar Wilde jail' falls through

A developer ends its bid to buy Reading Prison, opening the way for the council to revive its offer.

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Failings made in care of pregnant mum hit by train in Slough

Mother-of-two Zdenka Yabani had a history of mental health issues before she took her own life.

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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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Blind downhill mountain biker aims to turn professional

Xavier Hopkins, who only has 10% of his sight, turned his passion for mountain biking into a career.

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London Irish: Brentford ready to welcome Exiles' return to London

London Irish make their long-awaited return to the capital on Sunday as Brentford becomes the new home of the Exiles.

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Joao goal at Millwall ends Reading's losing run

Reading end their four-match losing run as Lucas Joao's leveller earns a point at Millwall - the Lions' fourth straight Championship draw.

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Bournemouth 4-2 Reading: Cherries come from behind to beat leaders

Bournemouth knock Reading off the top of the Championship with a superb second-half comeback victory.

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Maidenhead United 2-2 Bromley

Chris Bush scores a late equaliser as Bromley battle back to draw at Maidenhead in the National League.

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Gabriel Osho: Luton Town sign former Reading defender

Championship club Luton Town sign former Reading defender Gabriel Osho on a free transfer.

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