Limits on visitors to care homes in England will be scrapped from next week as the country moves towards living with coronavirus.
Reading Buses, which also operates Newbury & District, is still encouraging passengers to wear a face covering on busy journeys.
Wearing a face mask is no longer a legal requirement as laws governing their use lapsed at midnight.
A Holocaust Memorial Day event is taking place tomorrow (Thursday) in Market Place to remember those who have lost their lives to genocide.
No 10 still waiting for Gray report as Boris Johnson faces further questions
A commemorative blue plaque has been unveiled to honour the first headmistress of Newbury Girls’ School.
A motorist was briefly convicted of speeding in his absence after court mixup
Changes to the Highway Code this week will establish a 'hierarchy of road users'. Do you think this is a good idea?
You can help wildlife by looking out of your window for an hour this weekend, with the annual garden birds survey, the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch.
A council has won a High Court batttle over unauthorised encampments in North Hampshire and beyond.
Quintons Commercial Property Agents is reporting a dwindling supply of property, especially small workshop units.
A man has been convicted of deliberately damaging a woman’s car, despite his earlier denial.
A man assaulted a police officer sent to check he was complying with coronavirus quarantine measures.
A man who denied attacking a police officer has been sentenced after changing his plea.
The Newbury Sunday League Premier Division side won 3-1 on penalties after a draw in normal time.
With coronavirus cases falling England is heading back to Plan A, but what are the restrictions being eased and how will they affect you?
A child sex offender set up a bogus Facebook account to continue stalking a woman.
Mandatory face masks will no longer be required across England from next Thursday while advice for people to work from home is dropped immediately.
A man has been given a suspended prison sentence for a 'revenge porn' offence.
Downing Street denies that Boris Johnson's former top aide Dominic Cummings warned the PM about Number 10 holding a drinks party during lockdown.