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"I think we will end up with a better plan thanks to public responses to the consultation, and through the usual process of local political disagreements over the details."
At around 4.30pm on Thursday, April 10, three men walked into CK Food and Wine in Northumberland Avenue.
Reading Motorcycle Action Group met members of the public as part of a Bike Awareness Day in Broad Street on Saturday, April 5
getreading's Charlie Watts was suddenly followed on Twitter by a man who also follows Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and the famous rockers' official account
Alexander Walter admitted death by dangerous driving at Reading Crown Court
We very much hope the original is found and returned, but if not, we suggest these famous replacements.
Five members of staff from the cash-strapped arts centre will abseil
Plans for the loathed "3M building" Winchester House are up for discussion next week, and another plan to convert Eagle House in to town centre flats has also been submitted
If you want to make serious money in business, stop focusing the minds of your customers on price
Dave Maloy came forward after being called a hero last week after rescuing the car, which was jammed under the barriers
The course is due to re-open in the summer with a new layout, due to improved club technology and people hitting balls further. Two people have been hit by stray balls.
The town has been nominated for the Thames Valley Town of the Year award
The Caversham eatery won the Restaurant of the Year Award in 2008 and has featured in the awards every year since
Melanie Deegan was expecting to be paid £7 an hour for visiting people in their homes but discovered that she was not being paid for travel time between the visits
Throughout the two-day trial Megan Purnell, who works as a civilian officer for Thames Valley Police in Reading, adamantly denied the charge
Reading was recently listed by the Department of Health as one of 11 female genital mutilation hotspots in the country
Luke Haywood drove directly at PC Gareth Browning who is still in a serious condition in hospital after four months
Chocolate is highly toxic to small dogs and puppies
New figures show the number of people claiming Job Seekers Allowance in the area is going back down.
Taylor Wimpey has written to householders informing them of new plans to build about 70 new homes and inviting them to an exhibition next Thursday