The ninth Ecchinswell Pantomime took to the stage last weekend after three years away – and raised a whopping £2,400 for the parish.
Plans are afoot to build 220 new homes in Kingsclere.
A developer has warned it may resubmit its original 11-storey proposal to convert the Kennet Shopping centre if downsized plans aren’t approved.
A man has been arrested after a number of vehicles were broken into near Burghclere and Beacon Hill.
Five lucky charities will have the opportunity to quintuple every £1 they raise as Greenham Trust announces five ‘£25k in a Day’ fundraising events.
The latest number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in the district.
A police taskforce has been created to combat county drugs lines activity in the Thames Valley.
The Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service is encouraging people to take extra care in the kitchen as keen chefs prepare to cook up a treat.
The second person who died in a flat fire in Rowe Court on the east side of Tilehurst has been formally identified.
A parish council has said there are “grave concerns” over safety after developers put in plans to build 15 homes in Headley.
The leader of Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, Ken Rhatigan, has resigned his position with immediate effect.
The maternity unit at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital has been ordered to improve following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
Some Covid-19 restrictions will remain in place at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital, despite being eased nationally last Thursday.
A retired builder has created a unique Covid memorial using dolls and action figures to represent what society has gone through during the pandemic
Two new grant schemes to support businesses heavily impacted by the new Covid-19 variant have been launched by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council.
A Tadley family has put out a desperate appeal for a kidney donor to save a mum-of-five's life.
The latest number of lab-confirmed Coronavirus cases in the district.
The A34 northbound between Tot Hill and the A4 is closed following a collision between two HGVs.
The new Kokoro in Northbrook Street will be closed until next week as staff self-isolate.
A year group at a North Hampshire school is being asked to study from home for the rest of the week due to staff absences caused by Covid.