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Reading stabbings: Terror suspect Khairi Saadallah appears at Old Bailey

The 25-year-old is remanded in custody after appearing by video link from Belmarsh Prison.

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Wendy's: Reading chosen by fast-food firm for UK comeback

Reading is set to be home to the burger restaurant's first branch in the UK in two decades.

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PC Andrew Harper murder trial: Jurors visit death scene

Jurors leave the Old Bailey to visit the scene where PC Andrew Harper was dragged to his death.

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Boy, 10, in 480km 'Windsor to Paris' triathlon challenge

Joshua Collacott began his fundraising challenge after seeing an advert for the NSPCC.

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Teenagers fired catapults at vehicles on M4 motorway

Police say only "good fortune" prevented serious injury or death on the motorway, in Berkshire.

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Wargrave Fire Station to close, fire authority decides

The Royal Berkshire Fire Authority voted to shut Wargrave Fire Station, which opened in 1903.

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Winnersh teenager died in balcony fall at Spanish resort

A university student took MDMA and cocaine before toppling into a swimming pool, an inquest hears.

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Reading Festival-goer died from accidental drug overdose

A student nurse died after taking MDMA at Reading Festival in August, an inquest hears.

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Mother's warning to others over son's Jubilee River drowning

Michael Scaife died after going to the aid of a friend in the Jubilee River in Berkshire in 2015.

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Reading Bridge closure to cause 'significant disruption'

A bridge connecting Reading and Caversham will close for six weeks to replace two gas mains.

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Cookham drowning: Second man dies after being pulled from Thames

Two men had been swimming in a stretch of the River Thames when they got into difficulty.

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PC Andrew Harper murder trial: Driver 'tried to ram' police car

A policeman says the driver of the car dragging PC Harper "deliberately" drove straight at him.

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Windsor and Maidenhead Council report a 'damning indictment'

The report blamed the council's perilous financial state on several major failures over years.

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Wokingham Council lowers flag after Black Lives Matter criticism

The town council decided to fly its civic office flag at half-mast today to mark one month since the death of George Floyd.

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Coronavirus: Your shielding questions answered

Sue Zirps from Age UK answers some of your questions about shielding restrictions.

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Reading stabbings: 'Joe was outrageously funny'

Tributes have been paid to the the victims of an attack in Reading on Saturday.

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Reading stabbings: Friends pay tribute to the victims

Friends pay tribute to the three people who died after a stabbing attack in Reading on Saturday.

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Coronavirus: Lung transplant patient on life in lockdown

Adam Divall, who says he would likely die if he caught the virus, is venturing outside cautiously.

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Ministry of Silly Walks comes to Sonning during lockdown

Residents of a Berkshire village have been taking advantage of quiet streets to perform their own silly walks.

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Coronavirus: The Thames Valley from the air in lockdown

A qualified drone pilot captures the largely deserted region under lockdown for the BBC.

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Coronavirus: Mums talk about school opening concerns

As primary schools in England prepare to reopening two mums talk about their worries.

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Coronavirus: Childminders adapt to support key workers

Temperature checks and coronavirus risk assessments are now part of a childminder's daily life.

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Coronavirus: Berkshire pensioner helping Sikhs in isolation

Rajinder Singh is helping the local Sikh community keep fit and healthy while temples are closed.

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Coronavirus: Berkshire GPs volunteer in 'hot clinic'

Family doctors are volunteering to take up front-line roles in new "hot clinics".

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Coronavirus: How to help film the news

Ellie Crisell explains how you can help the BBC report during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Coronavirus: Virtual maypole dancing in lockdown

Families are posting virtual maypole dances online to celebrate May Day and the coming of summer.

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Coronavirus: Why people are singing in their toilets

Actor Paul Cooper started the toilet challenge after his son contracted coronavirus.

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Coronavirus: Transplant patient in self-isolation feels 'forgotten'

A double lung transplant patient says younger people with health issues are being "forgotten about".

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Berkshire schoolgirl writes recycling plea letter to council

Florence wrote to her council asking them to recycling more plastic, so they came to visit her at school.

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Luton Town 0-5 Reading: Four-goal Yakou Meite deepens Hatters relegation fears

Yakou Meite scores four goals as Reading romp to victory at Kenilworth Road to increase Luton's relegation worries.

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London Irish: Stephen Myler among nine players released by Premiership club

London Irish release nine players at the end of their contracts, including Stephen Myler and Franco van der Merwe.

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Premiership clubs allowed to move to close contact training from 6 July

Premiership Rugby still aims to restart the season in mid-August after clubs were allowed to move to close contact training from 6 July.

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Reading: Loader, Popa and Mannone released while 11 others agree short-term deals

Reading release Danny Loader, Adrian Popa and Vito Mannone. and agree short-term contract extensions with 11 others.

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Reading 0-3 Brentford: Bees keep pressure on top two with victory

Brentford comfortably beat Reading and move within two points of second-placed West Bromwich Albion.

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