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Newbury taxi driver rapist jailed for 14 years

Ruhen Miah, who raped and sexually assaulted four young women, was described as "highly dangerous".

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Two jailed over Mohammed Rasheed 'one punch' death in Windsor

Mohammed Rasheed was killed by a single punch when trying to stop an attack in Windsor, Berkshire.

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Reading man jailed for 'harrowing' sexual assaults

Roman Ungurean, 21, showed no remorse when played CCTV audio of the sexual assault.

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Cleveland Police death bite dog 'was out of control'

The dog has previously bitten 10 people before it attacked a 73-year-old woman, who later died.

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Sir Elton John accepts libel damages over dog injury story

The star and his husband receive "significant" damages over a story about their dog attacking a child.

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Man arrested in Slough abduction attempts inquiry

Three girls were approached by a man in Slough who asked them to get into his car, police say.

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South Western and Northern rail staff plan more strikes

The RMT union announces further action over train guards on the South Western and Northern networks.

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'Mosquito plastic pollution' revealed in Reading University study

A study finds mosquitoes are transferring plastic particles into the food chain.

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Brexit explained by a three-year-old

Three-year-old Nancy has answers to the burning questions surrounding the UK's exit from the EU.

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Berkshire schoolboy walks miles to fight off bullies

Euan Dalgardo had to move schools after being verbally and physically targeted by pupils.

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English rainy-day phrases explained by Susie Dent

Where do sayings such as "saving for a rainy day" or "raining cats and dogs" come from?

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From Mars Bars to Thunderbirds: Eight things Slough gave the world

Slough received its Royal Charter 80 years ago - but what has the Berkshire town given to the world?

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Reading 3-0 Hull City: Nigel Adkins slams 'terrible' Tigers as Royals get first home win

Hull boss Nigel Adkins slams the Tigers' "terrible" display as Reading win a Championship home game for the first time since April.

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Barrow 2-0 Maidenhead United

Barrow end their five-match winless run in the National League with a 2-0 victory over Maidenhead.

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FA Cup: Slough Town launch Twitter appeal for back-up goalkeeper

Non-league side Slough Town appeal for a back-up goalkeeper on Twitter after their regular number one picks up an injury.

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Wokingham Arts Trail

Across Wokingham
Saturday, 22 September, 2018 10.30
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Event runs 22nd to 23rd September from 10.30am to 5.30pm

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Wokingham Arts Trail

Wokingham
Saturday, 22 September, 2018 10.30
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22nd-23rd Sept 10.30-5.30 at a variety of venues in Wokingham - 30 local artists display their works - includes paintings, ceramics, glass and other amazing creations in an informal setting

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Film Music Gala

The Great Hall, Reading University
Saturday, 29 September, 2018 7:30pm
£12 in advace, £13 on the door. U16s free.

Everyone loves a good film music concert, and Trinity Concert Band’s “Film Music Gala” promises to delight fans of the world’s greatest scores! Some of the most memorable music of the 20th Century was written for the silver screen; composers like Hans Zimmer, Lalo Schifrin, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Nigel Hess and the inimitable John Williams are all recipients of major awards for their film scores and are rightly recognised for their genius. TCB will pay homage to these great writers on 29th September in Reading University’s beautiful Great Hall, bringing you a programme of film music spanning 65 years, from ‘Gone with the Wind’ to ‘The Phantom of the Opera’.  On this journey TCB will visit music from Exodus, Star Wars, Mission Impossible, the Spaghetti Westerns, Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, Harry Potter and many more! Don’t miss this evening of well-known greats performed by one of Britain’s top wind bands! Concert starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are priced at £12 in advance or £13 on the door. Children under 16 get free entry. Advance tickets are available via the band website www.trinityband.co.uk and the box office on 0118 4492099. For further information, please visit the website.

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