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.
A man recently convicted of stalking has admitted a catalogue of fresh offences involving another woman.
Dan Cooper interviews Arena Seating managing director Terry Smith about the company's 50 years of success.
A motorist has denied driving after taking cocaine.
A drink-driver demolished street furniture including lamp posts and road signs.
On January 25, ballot papers will be sent to more than 500 levy-paying businesses in Newbury, asking them to back BID for a further five years.
A motorist caught behind the wheel after drinking half a bottle of vodka has avoided a driving ban.
The company said all employees who test positive - regardless of their vaccination status - will be paid in full.
The Rolling Stones are to become only the fourth band in history to have their own stamps, being released to mark the group's 60th anniversary.
A couple have been convicted of child neglect and abandonment after getting blind drunk in a pub.
Do you think the PM should quit after allegations of 'parties' at Number 10 during lockdown?
Freezing fog could make driving conditions difficult in the next few days and across the weekend with sub-zero temperatures also on the way.
The rollout of smart motorways is being paused amid safety concerns, the Government has announced.
A Thames Valley Police constable from Newbury appeared in court this morning (Monday) on charges of misconduct in public office.
There are big changes to testing rules for asymptomatic Covid patients from today - here's all you need to know.
The search is on for a Platinum Pudding that can be served at this year's Jubilee celebrations, with Dame Mary Berry among the competition judges.
Critical workers needed to keep key public services running will be asked to take daily Covid tests to limit Omicron outbreaks in workplaces.