More than 90 per cent of history teachers are not in favour of new reforms to the subject, according to analysis of a study carried out at The University of Reading.
The owner of a new Mr Cod is hoping not to get a battering by the councilâs licencing committee today.
The nameâs Moore, Roger Moore, and heâs giving a talk in Reading later this year.
A fun day out for all the family with a climbing wall, junk art session, face-painting and Caribbean food will take place tomorrow at the Whitley Wood Community Centre event in Swallowfield Drive from noon to 4pm.
Boat owners across the Reading area are being urged to make vital safety checks to their vessels to make sure there in no danger from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Royals chairman Sir John Madejski had to be bundled off stage after he apparently tried to hug singer Paloma Faith, according to a report in The Sun today.
Motorists and pedestrians face disruption when part of Cow Lane is closed for ânoisyâ work on the railway and road.
Extending Crossrail to Reading would mean fewer delays and less overcrowding for passengers, claims the boroughâs transport boss.
The gold chains were exchanged on Wednesday night to honour the new âheavy metalâ mayor of Reading.
Families of elderly residents living at the Arthur Clark care home in Caversham have launched a petition against plans to close it.
A lorry driver was crushed by his own vehicle as he tried to stop it from rolling down a slope, an inquest heard.
The owner of Reading Football Club will be put under the radio spotlight this Sunday by his own club chairman.
A 45-year-old woman had to be freed from a car which flipped on its side after a crash in Reading town centre this morning.
Staff at Castle Vets are warning dog owners to be vigilant after one of their nurses found a potential choking threat in Tilehurst.
The family of a woman who suffered from a rare form of obsessive compulsive disorder are holding an event in her memory on Saturday.
The redevelopment of Reading station is already injecting new confidence into the townâs economy.
Summer Screens is back for another outdoor cinema season, only this time itâs had a re-branding to become Cult Screens.
A senior occupational therapist (OT) who has fundraised for Berkshire MS Therapy Centre for 17 years has been nominated for a Pride of Reading award.
A schoolgirl with walking difficulties has to climb 48 steps from the road to her third-floor home.
Children at a Woodley primary school got a taste of a Victorian education when they were taken back in time to a 19th Century classroom.