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Lily growers from Ruscombe had 100 reasons to celebrate at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show yesterday.
A fundraising feast on Sunday aims to raise the final few thousand pounds for an operation to help a young disabled boy walk.
Firefighters were called to a kitchen fire after a fridge caught alight at a house in Emmer Green last night.
These pictures show some of the appalling conditions people are having to live in around Reading.
Business owner and Reading Council Chamber president David Bloxham has embarked on a mission to get the townâs workers fighting fit.
A man was repeatedly punched in the face during a violent attack outside a West Reading pub in the early hours of Saturday.
Police are looking for this man in connection with an assault on a schoolboy in Reading town centre in April.
Reading's cage fighters stripped off to raise Â£860 for a national cancer charity.
The University of Reading will work with two other leading universities to develop a digital home health assistant that will help save lives.
A security guard, bin man, caretaker and stonemason walked into a bar.
The Environment Agency is hoping to find river lovers to volunteer to man the locks along the River Thames.
Work can begin soon on the restoration of the Father Willis organ in Reading Minster as the fundraising drive tops the Â£200,000 mark.
Reading has 345 âtroubled familiesâ and, according to government figures, has not turned any of their lives around yet.
A benefit fraudster has been jailed for 14 months after falsely claiming almost Â£120,000 in benefits â which she used to fund a nursing course.
A man remains in hospital with serious head injuries after falling off a car in West Reading yesterday evening.
Police are looking for a man after he fled from his car on Saturday in Coley.
A man had his mobile phone stolen from his home in Tilehurst last week.
A Woodcote teenager is among 32 people charged following violence at a football match between Oxford United and Bristol Rovers.
The Hilton Hotel Reading celebrated four years in the town â and the local radio station gave its listeners a chance to join the party.
Living Well with Dementia is a free event next Thursday for people suffering with the condition.