Motorbike robber raids jewellers

An investigation is under way after a jewellery shop was robbed and a worker assaulted.

Increase in drink-driving cases

A crackdown on drink and drug driving sees an increase in the number of motorists flouting the law.

Pair forced six children to beg

A couple are jailed for 30 months for forcing six children, the youngest aged two, to beg on the streets.

Open Day at 5 A Day

12:00 on 31/07/2010: 5 A DAY Market Garden at Englefield, near Theale is full of delicious summer fruit and vegetables. Strawberries, currants, peas, beans, lettuce, courgettes, peppers and tomatoes. Come and see for yourself! FREE parking and FREE entry

Two held after seven guns found

Two men are arrested after seven guns were discovered by police, six at a property and one buried in the ground.

Party in Park Street

F un for all the family! Face Painting Mega Slide Music Kids Entertainment Candy Floss And LOTS more……

Festivals give anti-rape advice

Reading Festival promoters are to give extra safety advice after two alleged rapes at this month’s Latitude Festival.

‘Games Lanes’ for 2012 Olympics

Special “Games Lanes” will be created on key roads at Olympic venues including at Eton Dorney Lake.

Supporting the Royal British Legion

12:00 on 07/08/2010: It is 70 years since the wartime effort to grow more food “at home” so this year’s theme is “Dig for Victory”. The day will be raising money and a percentage of profits will go to supporting the Royal British Legion. . Attractions will include fresh allotment produce sales, tombola, raffle, homemade cakes, breads and preserves, a children’s Bug Hunt competition and centenary information.

Anger over urinating taxi drivers

Residents claim some taxi drivers are ruining their “quality of life” by being caught urinating outside their homes.

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