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1959 printers' strike

 1959 printers' strike

The NWN still came out on time

PoW's murals discovered at the Racecourse in 1990

PoW's murals discovered at the Racecourse in 1990

NWN reporter traced the artist

hugh turner

Hugh Turner was the editor in 1952

NWN reaches out to the Commonwealth

1952 film featured Newbury and its local newspaper

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part 10

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part 10

In which decade was the Railway Hotel demolished?

Newbury's Queen of Pantomime

Newbury's Queen of Pantomime

France Belk entertained thousands

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Nine

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Nine

Can you guess in what decade this picture was taken?

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Eight

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Eight

What historic building is behind the scaffolding?

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The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Seven

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Seven

What did this iconic Newbury building used to be?

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The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Six

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Six

How long has the Empire Café been run by the present owners?

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Five

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Five

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Four

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Four

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Sport

Four sent off in the second battle of Newbury and Highmoor Ibis
Sport

Four sent off in the second battle of Newbury and Highmoor Ibis

Referee calls a halt as league match ends in chaos

 
Ton held in last home game of the season home
Sport

Town held in last home game of the season home

George at the double as Tadley Calleva win again

 
Sport

Deadlock as Crusaders settle for a point

 
Sport

Blues hammering on the door

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Sport

Hallahan hope for Tadley trip to Totton

 

Arts & Ents

Rosalind - presented by James Cousins Company tonight at the Corn Exchange
Arts & Ents

Rosalind - presented by James Cousins Company tonight at the Corn Exchange

FORMER Park House pupil James Cousins was once tipped by renowned choreographer Matthew Bourne as one to watch. Now he has a company of his own and a growing reputation in the dance world. He returns to his home town next month with his latest work inspired by one of Shakespeare's most headstrong and independent heroines, Rosalind. TRISH LEE spoke to him about the new piece

 
Musical first for Spring Festival
Arts & Ents

Musical first for Spring Festival

 
Arts & Ents

Filmic junk food at its finest

 
Arts & Ents

Will the real James Hurn please stand up

 

Business

Newbury College Engineering Solutions Lab
Business

College opens £1m engineering lab

LEP chair helps unveil new facility that aims to raise profile of STEM provision

 
Technology booster for farmers' yields
Business

Technology booster for farmers' yields

Newbury Electronics in successful partnership with agricultural sector

 
Business

Bringing a Zest For Media home

 
Business

Stream Networks launches 4G broadband

 
Business

All change for employment law

 

Nostalgia

Nostalgia

NWN reaches out to the Commonwealth

 
Nostalgia

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part 10

 
Nostalgia

The Changing Face of Newbury: Part Nine

 

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