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Pedestrian dies in crash with lorry in Slough

A 38-year-old man dies while pushing a bicycle on Colnbrook Bypass in Slough.

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Weather warning issued for southern England

The Met Office says wet and windy weather is likely to cause disruption.

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UK Hollywood film studio plans near Reading made permanent

The scheme includes 18 sound stages for films and TV shows along with workshops to make props.

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Reading terraced house ravaged by fire

Four fire engines and their crews attend a blaze in Oxford Road, Reading, on Tuesday night.

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Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire

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

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Home Office boss faces trial over miscarriage case

A department deputy director is accused of obtaining a drug to induce a woman's miscarriage.

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Plane drops sewage on Windsor man in his garden

Councillor Karen Davies says she was "horrified" when told of the incident by one of her constituents.

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Caversham Lakes water sports centre refused planning permission

Unauthorised Caversham Lakes is denied retrospective consent over environmental concerns.

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Reading Golf Course: New homes plan unveiled

Previous plans to build 257 homes at Reading Golf Course were refused in July.

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Tail of Spitfire shot down over Norway goes on display in Henley

It is hoped the plane, which was found in a peat bog in Norway, could fly again in 2024.

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M4 closed for weekend bridge and smart motorway work

Repairs to a bridge and ongoing smart motorway work on the M4 are being carried out at the weekend.

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Investigation ordered into Wolverhampton Covid lab test failings

A lab in Wolverhampton is suspended as 43,000 people in England and Wales are potentially affected.

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Covid tests: I trusted my PCR results

People share their stories of having negative PCR tests after positive lateral flow results.

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Man calls 999 to complain about 'putrid' chicken

The caller asked Thames Valley Police to send a car to his house and take away a rotting chicken.

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Reading stabbings: Khairi Saadallah refused appeal against whole-life term

Khairi Saadallah, described as an Islamic extremist, murdered three friends in a Reading park.

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Covid: What do under-30s need to know about the vaccine?

All over-12s in the UK will be able to get at least one Covid jab.

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How many cases in your area?

Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.

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What are the Delta, Gamma, Beta and Alpha Covid variants?

UK officials are keeping a close watch on a new descendent of the Delta variant of Covid.

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What is Covid Plan B and what are the rules across the UK this winter?

Health service figures are calling for stricter Covid restrictions in England to protect the NHS.

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What are the rules and guidance for face masks and coverings?

Face coverings could become a legal requirement in England again if the NHS struggles this winter.

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Covid: When will I get a booster jab?

About 3.7 million people in England have had a booster dose of Covid vaccine.

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How do we know Covid vaccines are safe?

Busting myths and explaining the facts around vaccines.

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'Heaviest' kidneys removed in high-risk operation

Warren Higgs speaks before and after having his kidneys, which weighed more than five stone (35kg), removed.

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TikTok user claims she gets banned for being plus-sized

Christy Collins, from Reading, says she is temporarily banned after being reported by other users.

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London Marathon: The man hoping to skip over the finish line

Rajinder Singh, aka the ‘Skipping Sikh’, is taking part in this year’s London Marathon.

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Watch: Celebrations as swimmer wins gold in Tokyo

Watch what happened when Team GB swimmer Tom Dean's family and friends gathered in his mum's garden to watch him in the 200m freestyle final at the Tokyo Olympics.

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Master distiller brings gin back to home town Henley-upon-Thames

Jacob Wilson overcame illness to set up the first distillery in Henley in 270 years.

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Bafta-nominated young game designers take on real-world issues

Bafta's nominees for Young Game Designer of the year tackle important issues for a new generation.

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Ricky Gervais reflects on The Office's success

On the series' 20th anniversary, the BBC shows never-seen-before interview clips with Ricky Gervais.

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Euro 2020: England fans celebrate on the streets in the south of England

Scenes of euphoria have been posted on social media as England fans celebrated in the streets.

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Automatic cone laying vehicle demonstrated by Highways England

The vehicle can lay 11 miles of cones automatically without putting workers at risk on busy roads.

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Reading v Blackpool

Live coverage of Wednesday's Championship game between Reading and Blackpool.

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Reading 1-0 Barnsley: John Swift strike moves Royals closer to top six

John Swift scores the only goal of the game - his eighth of the season - as Reading beat struggling Barnsley in the Championship.

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EFL Green Clubs: Scheme to help all 72 clubs become environmentally sustainable

The English Football League agrees a partnership to help support clubs becoming more sustainable.

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Reading 3-0 Aston Villa: First-half blitz lifts Royals to first win of the season

Three first-half goals lift Reading to their first win of the Women's Super League season after a clinical display against Aston Villa.

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Altrincham 2-0 Maidenhead United

Altrincham return to winning ways in the National League with a 2-0 victory over struggling Maidenhead.

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A brand new spooky Halloween trail for all the family at Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace
22 October 2021 6:30pm
£25

As Halloween creeps closer and the days shorten, a mysterious mist falls across the gardens at Blenheim Palace. Experience a spooky new Halloween light trail for all the family from dusk until dark. Join family and friends to wander from dusk into darkness between one ghostly space to another.... if you dare! Watch out for flickering flames in a fiendish fire garden, daring fire artists and grinning pumpkins aglow. Wind your way through the illuminated haunted woods filled with creepy neon cobwebs, ghastly ghouls, wicked witches, larger-than life spiders and beastly bats. Then discover the Secret Garden filled with more hidden surprises. Could it be a trick of the light or do things really go “bump in the night”? There’s a delicious twist to the sweetest of treats on offer. Enjoy a wickedly good *hot toddy or devilishly decadent *hot chocolate or toast a marshmallow with someone special. *separate charges apply

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