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- Christchurch meadow left damaged after beer festival despite Camra paying £960CHRISTCHURCH meadow has been left damaged after a beer festival six weeks ago, despite the organisers paying the council £960 for repairs.
- 'Very disappointed': Council responds to Trust decision to step aside from SEND schoolTHE council is ‘disappointed’ with Northern House Trust’s decision to pull out of running its academy school for special educational needs (SEND) children in Wokingham.
- 'Rats like cats' - Infestation at council-owned tower blocksResidents have demanded action to tackle a rat infestation at a council-owned tower block in Reading.
- Appeal to trace wanted man from ReadingPOLICE are appealing for the public's help to trace a man wanted on recall to prison.
- Station Hill developers told to 'get on with it'Developers of a plan for more than 1,000 homes in Station Hill have been told to ‘get on with it’ but the ongoing demolition work is ‘hugely encouraging’ according to campaigners.
- Woodley father and son take part in inspirational Father's Day video for Down SyndromeA FATHER and son from Woodley recently took part in an exciting Father's Day charity video to quash negative perceptions of Down Syndrome.