The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire is now 6,807 – an increase of 17 in the past 24 hours.
Hundreds of man hours may have been spent dealing with two cases of mistakenly-incurred Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) debts.
A man has admitted assaulting his wife and controlling almost every aspect of her life.
Two men have been sent, in custody, to the Crown Court charged with armed robbery at a betting shop.
A self-described “sex addict” is in custody after being convicted of raping a woman.
A Newbury man who denied attacking a woman has been convicted of the offence.
The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire is now 6,705 - another increase of 12 in the past 24 hours.
Thames Water has denied claims that it has been pumping untreated sewage into the River Lambourn at East Garston.
A man has been arrested following a collision involving a car and a pedestrian in Hungerford.
A thief who targeted Hungerford Primary School, leaving a trail of destruction costing nearly £10,000, may yet escape an immediate custodial sentence.
Plans to build four new homes in Hungerford have prompted concern.
Great Shefford parish councillors have reiterated their objection to a licensee's farm shop plans.
Blue badge holders living at Newbury’s racecourse housing have been barred from using on-site disabled bays.
Hungerford's Lockdown Wood at Westbrook Down has been dedicated to victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
A woman has been convicted of assaulting a man and wrecking a hotel room.
Police who seized £12,000 from a Thatcham woman's home have won permission to detain it for a further six months.
A man who denied a domestic violence attack has had the charges against him dropped
A victim of harassment by a former partner has spoken out to encourage others to come forward.
A multi-thousand pound project by Thames Water appears to have reduced sewer flooding across the Lambourn Valley.
A teenager has been sent to crown court on a charge of robbery.