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Students and staff at Didcot Girls’ School are holding a non-uniform day today in memory of the 17-year-old, whose body was found in an established grave in a cemetery in Didcot on December 18.
There are thought to be over 300 Commonwealth burials in Reading, and Henley Road Cemetery, Hemdean Road Cemetery and Reading Old Cemetery at Cemetery Junction will each have their own plaque
The car giant's 'face-lifted' model went on show for the first time at the Geneva motorshow in Switzerland
Representatives from Lego built the model scanner for the ward’s play specialists who aim to reduce children’s anxiety during their stay in the hospital
Co-ordinators are urging people to pick up the items in their weekly shop
The council has seen a rise in people struggling to sustain their homes in Wokingham
Useless mobiles, hen parties and the Green Cross Code
Reading West MP Alok Sharma has issued a warning to people to ignore the leaflets and inform police if they come across them
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Lawyer Nicola Gordelier explains why adequate funding of legal aid work is so vital
Campbell Christie, principal of Bracknell & Wokingham college talks about 'earning while you learn'
The child, allegedly attacked between the ages of seven and 10, was made to dance naked, drink urine and was ‘used like toilet paper’
Five hundred people attended Mr Chowdhary’s funeral at the Jamme Masjid, in Alexandra Road, on Wednesday afternoon
The school was graded 'outstanding' in all four key areas
84 per cent of children across the borough have been given their first choice
Sophie Walker says the problem is so bad people were unable to take their rubbish to the bins
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