HM Revenue and Customs has revealed that 2,828 customers filed their Self Assessment tax return on Christmas Day, compared to 2,700 in 2020.
One lane is closed due to an overturned vehicle on the A34 northbound.
Get your walk in early on Christmas Day as the Met Office is predicting rain from late morning and getting heavier as the day goes on.
Dozens of drivers have been arrested and more than 1,000 breathalysed in the Thames Valley as part of a festive crackdown on drink and drug driving.
A 10-minute video posted on YouTube shows a drive from London to Bath in a Mk2 Jaguar by George Eyles IAM from July 1963.
Kintbury St Mary's Primary School recorded their own version of the 12 Days of Christmas before the end of term to spread some festive joy.
Here is a list of opening times of the major food supermarkets in Newbury, Thatcham and Hungerford on key dates over the festive season.
The world's first SMS message sent from one Vodafone employee to another in Newbury has been sold for 107,000 euros at auction.
Wiltshire Police have appealed for witnesses after a man died following a two-vehicle road traffic collision on the M4.
Thames Valley Police officers have recovered a caravan stolen from Compton as well as other vehicles from a site near Wheatley.
Roast potatoes are the UK’s favourite element of a ‘traditional’ Christmas dinner, according to new national research carried out by Foodhub.
Fire crews from Overton and Basingstoke were called out on Sunday to rescue a horse after it had fallen into a ditch at Bramley.
Proceeds from the auction will be go to UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, to support forcibly displaced people.
Enham Alamein village store staff bring Christmas cheer with their own rendition of a festive favourite.
A trawl through the Newburytoday archives, shows a traffic-filled town centre festooned with Christmas decorations.
Many parents stress about the best way to make sure their little ones get enough sleep before Christmas Day.
River keeper for the Barton Court Estate Nick Richards is responsible for two and a half miles of river bank.
Experts are encouraging the British public to support wildlife this festive season by repurposing the tree and leftover food.
From make-ahead dishes to freeze, to festive makes that will look like they’ve taken hours and top-notch canapés, we’ve got it all.
Harvest is finally over and it has been one of the most challenging years for harvesting. Eleanor Gilbert from Rookery Farm, Newbury explains why.