BBC Berkshire News Feed
- Coronavirus: Food theft left pensioner, 84, 'eating out of bin'
- Coronavirus: Boris Johnson 'responding to treatment' in intensive care
- Coronavirus: Transport workers 'must not work' without measures
- Coronavirus: Seven residents of east London care home die
- Coronavirus: What does London Zoo look like during lockdown?
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Evicted Hereford coronavirus doctor 'told to buy tent' by landlady
- Coronavirus: Birmingham trust records more than 300 deaths
- Coronavirus: Dudley park closes over 'mindless' gatherings
- Tribute to Walsall grandfather who died with Covid-19
- Coronavirus lockdown sees air pollution plummet across UK
- Coronavirus: Black Sabbath star Tony Iommi auctions guitar
- Coronavirus: Have the Brits stranded abroad got home yet?
- 'Stay at home' plea from pregnant nurse with Covid-19
- Coronavirus: Unfinished Birmingham Airport morgue already in use
- Coronavirus: Walsall dad fined for son flouting lockdown
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Bristol bike track underneath M32 to to target disadvantaged
- Bristol Arena: Plans at Filton Airfield get go-ahead
- Plans for Frankenstein museum in Bath revealed
- Coronavirus lockdown sees air pollution plummet across UK
- Bristol head teacher pleads for Stoke Lodge vandalism to stop
- Eddie Large death: 'Not being with him as he died the hardest thing'
- Murder investigation after assaulted man dies
- Bristol woman with sight problems 'trapped' by Coronavirus
- Car share scheme launched to deliver essential supplies
- PC believed domestic abuse victim was 'anti-men'
Cornwall Council News feed
- Cornwall ensures rough sleepers are accommodated during Covid crisis
- Have your say online on how planning rules can help tackle climate change
- New heritage and community use proposed for former Redruth Library building
- Holiday lets investigated for flouting COVID-19 closure orders
- People Hub phoneline set up to advise people with employment questions during Covid-19 pandemic
- More than £116m paid out to Cornish businesses affected by coronavirus pandemic
- New domestic abuse campaign launched as cases expected to increase
- Covid 19 - Update on Cornwall’s rubbish and recycling services
- While Cornwall’s Libraries are closed, why not reach out for a virtual read?
- Council brings forward support for Cornwall’s culture and creative economy
BBC Essex News Feed
- County cricketers agree 'support package' to help first-class game
- Barry Hearn 'in good spirits' after suffering 'minor heart attack'
- Ben Stokes: Wisden name England all-rounder leading cricketer in world
- Coronavirus: Ignoring Covid-19 advice is 'lottery with death'
- Southend stabbing: Fourth murder charge over Lee Chapman death
- Princess Alexandra Hospital security guard charged with rape
- Coronavirus: 'Astrophotography helps me cope with the lockdown'
- The shop where you can still buy huge bags of pasta
- Coronavirus: Town halls consider council tax payment help
- Coronavirus: Ambulance service wants 1,000 new workers
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Premier League squads 'drop £1.6bn in value'
- Coronavirus: HMP Winchester families fear 'death sentences'
- Man charged with arson over Basingstoke flat fire
- Coronavirus: Mum of killed girl gives lockdown violence warning
- Southampton river body: Suspect will not face murder charge
- Mason Mount: How midfielder ended Chelsea's long wait for homegrown star
- Coronavirus: Isle of Wight hospice faces cost pressures
- Coronavirus: Southampton pollution levels almost halve
- Coronavirus: 'High risk' list misses off thousands of people
- Coronavirus: 'I was asked for £430 a month for my shut nursery'
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Coronavirus: Greater Manchester Police officer dies after diagnosis
- Coronavirus: Jewish community prepares for lockdown Passover
- Coronavirus: Barbecue found on 34th floor of Manchester's Beetham Tower
- Terror suspect unable to attend court due to 'self-isolation'
- Coronavirus: Jos Buttler's World Cup shirt raises £65,000
- Manchester Arena bombing: Hashem Abedi's murder sentencing hearing postponed
- Moorland fires: Wildfires 'spread dangerous pollution to millions'
- Coronavirus: Inside Manchester's Nightingale Hospital
- Manchester Arena attack inquiry: Survivors apply for role
- Coronavirus: Wythenshawe Hospital closes paediatric emergency department
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Coronavirus: Stressed Lincolnshire hospital staff get 'wobble rooms'
- Coronavirus: Lincolnshire nurse's online campaign for medical scrubs
- Sandilands golf course to become coastal bird haven
- Boston fire: Animals rescued from garden centre blaze
- Coronavirus: Man jailed for breathing on police officer
- Ian Holloway: Grimsby Town boss on painting during coronavirus lockdown
- Coronavirus: 'I missed out on furlough payments by a day'
- Coronavirus: 'Stay at home' plea as Easter holiday starts
- Coronavirus: Newly-promoted NHS consultant says 'it's time to step up'
- Coronavirus: Education, businesses and hobbyists making equipment for the NHS
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- 9 to 5: The Musical – Chesham Musical Theatre Company – 1st – 5th April
- Amersham Art Group Next Meetings
- LOCAL AMERSHAM GPs LAUNCH A NEW NETWORK TO IMPROVE SERVICES
- Almshouse Accommodation Available (Two Vacancies) – Amersham
- City of London Sinfonia: Beethoven, Mozart – Part of Chiltern Arts Festival 7 March 2020
- Rotary in Amersham invite you to – An Evening with Adam Henson – Saturday 28th March
- Carrol Morris – Owner of Carrols Hardware Shop – Celebrates Longest “One Woman” Business in Amersham – 1st February
- Amersham Art Group Meetings For February and March
- AMCHOR Short Concert on Sunday 2 February at The Free Church, Woodside Road, Amersham.
BBC News - Berkshire
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The 26-year-old victim was shot in the shoulder and taken to hospital but has since been discharged.
Racing's first four Classics of the season are postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic while Royal Ascot will not "take place as an event open to the public".
Shabnum Sadiq, 39, was a councillor in Slough and had five children, including quadruplets.
Police say the body found in a river in Berkshire is thought to be that of Alexander Stern, 36.
The writer spent two years imprisoned in Reading after he was convicted of gross indecency in 1895.
Three friends in the car were driving 10 miles to take a dog for a walk, despite government rules.
Allen Patrick, 75, told neighbours in a letter his wife of 50 years had died from coronavirus.
Championship club Reading reveal operating losses of £40.6m for the 2018-19 financial year.
The weekend closure between junction 5 and 6 was expected to last until Monday morning.
Jaedon Smith and Callum Fenton will appear in court charged with causing grievous bodily harm.
Highways England says the weekend closure between junction 5 and 6 will last until Monday morning.
England midfielder Jade Moore leaves Women's Super League club Reading to join Orlando Pride in the United States.
A 33-year-old man was stabbed multiple times in Canterville Place in Bracknell on Friday.
Ambulance bosses say it will help them provide 20 to 30 extra ambulances a day.
A 26-year-old man was taken to hospital for surgery after two men fired a gun into a van.
The charity says it is "inevitable" staff will come into contact with people with coronavirus.
Ellie Crisell explains how you can help the BBC report during the coronavirus outbreak.
The BBC spoke to 87 Finest Dental customers who paid a combined £540,344 for work never completed.
Actor Paul Cooper started the toilet challenge after his son contracted coronavirus.
The 2020 event was due to feature headliners James Blunt, Madness, Sophie Ellis-Bextor.