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Three year long protest campaign launched to target Atomic Weapons sites

1 Mar 2015 09:30 • Georgina Campbell

A three year long protest campaign has been launched to target the Atomic Weapons sites in Aldermaston and Burghfield.

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Charity help open new store

28 Feb 2015 17:30 • Georgina Campbell

A STUDENT from Prior’s Court cut the ribbon for the opening of a new Sainsbury’s Local.

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Games console stolen in burglary in Newbury

28 Feb 2015 15:15

Offenders helped themselves to a games console during a burglary in Newbury.

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Purple army’s charity run

28 Feb 2015 12:00 • Georgina Campbell

A DEDICATED fundraiser and his ‘purple army’ will be running the Reading half-marathon for Canine Partners.

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Man injured in pub bar scuffle

28 Feb 2015 10:30 • Georgina Campbell

A MAN suffered facial injuries after a pub brawl in Newbury.

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Oye Yes Santana: Review by Mike Swift

A SOLD out Norden Farm in Maidenhead played host to the ‘incredible’ Carlos Santana tribute band Oye Santana on Saturday night.

A stadium, a prince and a marathon

The Happy Horticulturist with Bernadette Varilone

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The Reluctant Runner on Park Run

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PGA Championship prize fund increased as Rory McIlroy prepares to defend Wentwoth crown

1 Mar 2015 06:30

THE world-class field in this year’s BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth will compete for more prize money than ever before after the purse was increased to €5 million for the 61st edition of the European Tour’s flagship event.

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Late Charlie Mpi goal earns Hungerford Town a point

27 Feb 2015 14:30 • Sportsdesk

CHARLIE Mpi scored in stoppage time to earn Hungerford a 1-1 draw at home to Redditch United on Saturday.

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Thatcham RFC stage open day as ambitious clubhouse project is launched

27 Feb 2015 13:30 • Sportsdesk

THATCHAM RFC are holding a supporters day this Saturday before their Southern Counties North fixture against Stow-on-the-Wold (2.15pm ko).

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Thames Valley League: James Payne at the double for Woodcote Stoke Row

27 Feb 2015 11:30 • Sportsdesk

WOODCOTE Stoke Row marched to the top of the Premier Division with a comfortable 3-0 home win against Berks County, writes Richard Ashton.

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Oye Yes Santana: Review by Mike Swift

27 Feb 2015 09:30

A SOLD out Norden Farm in Maidenhead played host to the ‘incredible’ Carlos Santana tribute band Oye Santana on Saturday night.

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A stadium, a prince and a marathon

10 Feb 2015 09:30

WHEN I set out on the road to running a marathon I never expected it to take me to the hallowed turf of sacred Twickenham – twice – or shaking the hands of a prince in the England rugby team’s changing rooms, writes Rebecca Curley in this month's Reluctant Runner column.

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The Happy Horticulturist with Bernadette Varilone

26 Jan 2015 09:30

Designing your ideal garden. First measure your plot.

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Mum's the word with Alex Brocklesby

19 Jan 2015 09:30

After almost four months of practice, I have almost mastered the art of breastfeeding in public (except when caught off-guard wearing silly dresses). And what an art it is.

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War story that grips audiences

28 Feb 2015 09:30

Peter Duncan, Edmund Wiseman and Emily Bowker head the cast of the national tour of Rachel Wagstaff’s stage play Birdsong, adapted from the novel by Sebastian Faulks.

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Escape into a world of dreams

27 Feb 2015 09:30

IT is always hard to critique a ballet performance because perhaps where as with comedians you could start with “well my five year old makes me laugh more” or with an actor there is the the possibility of them “over-acting” or in some cases “under-acting”.

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Whiteway's Watching: The Casual Vacancy

27 Feb 2015 09:30

AS ANY local newspaper reporter will moan to you about, parish council meetings can sometimes be a bit dull and only very rarely does the death of a parish councillor open a can of worms big enough for renowned angler, the late Ivan Marks, to never have to pop to the tackle shop ever again.

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