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Couple sentenced for savage attack on former daughter-in-law

15 September 2021
Couple sentenced for savage attack on former daughter-in-law

Couple sentenced for savage attack on former daughter-in-law

15 September 2021

A couple have been sentenced for launching a savage attack on their former daughter-in-law.


'Plan B' could see return of mandatory face masks and vaccine passports

14 September 2021
'Plan B' could see return of mandatory face masks and vaccine passports

'Plan B' could see return of mandatory face masks and vaccine passports

14 September 2021

The Health Secretary has set out a 'plan b' if his blueprint to life with Covid does not work.


Man who sexually tortured victim locked up to protect public

14 September 2021
Man who sexually tortured victim locked up to protect public

Man who sexually tortured victim locked up to protect public

14 September 2021

A man who forced a woman to swallow dog faeces during a shocking torture session has been locked up to protect the public.


Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

14 September 2021
Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

14 September 2021

The government says there are no guarantees there will not be empty shelves at Christmas as shortage of lorry drivers continues to hit supply chains.


Supermarket carrier bag price rise trialled

14 September 2021
Supermarket carrier bag price rise trialled

Supermarket carrier bag price rise trialled

14 September 2021

Shoppers could be charged 50p for carrier bags in a bid to end single-use plastic.


Sainsbury's and Argos to shut on Boxing Day

14 September 2021
Sainsbury's and Argos to shut on Boxing Day

Sainsbury's and Argos to shut on Boxing Day

14 September 2021

Supermarket Sainsbury's has confirmed it will keep closed all stores on Boxing Day, including its Argos branches, to give staff a festive break.


'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

13 September 2021
'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

13 September 2021

People's desire to 'treat' their pets is partly to blame for the numbers of animals piling on the pounds in lockdown, says a leading animal charity.


Man convicted of assault on police

13 September 2021
Man convicted of assault on police

Man convicted of assault on police

13 September 2021

A Newbury man has admitted attacking a police officer.


Suspended jail term for domestic harassment

12 September 2021
Suspended jail term for domestic harassment

Suspended jail term for domestic harassment

12 September 2021

A man has been given a suspended prison sentence for harassing a woman in a domestic context.


The mother of hit-and-run victim, 12, gives heartbreaking testimony in court

11 September 2021
The mother of hit-and-run victim, 12, gives heartbreaking testimony in court

The mother of hit-and-run victim, 12, gives heartbreaking testimony in court

11 September 2021

The mother of a girl maimed for life by a hit-and-run driver has told how her daughter's dreams of travelling the world have been shattered.


Here's how you can celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee

11 September 2021
Here's how you can celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee

Here's how you can celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee

11 September 2021

Buckingham Palace has asked residents to lend a hand in making the Queen's jubilee celebrations special.


It's back to prison for neighbour from hell

10 September 2021
It's back to prison for neighbour from hell

It's back to prison for neighbour from hell

10 September 2021

A neighbour from hell has been sent back to prison for continuing to taunt his latest victim.


'Coked-up' driver fled police in high speed chase

09 September 2021
'Coked-up' driver fled police in high speed chase

'Coked-up' driver fled police in high speed chase

09 September 2021

A banned driver, high on cocaine, ran two red lights during a high-speed police chase in Newbury town centre.


One horse harmed each day over summer, says the RSPCA

08 September 2021
One horse harmed each day over summer, says the RSPCA

One horse harmed each day over summer, says the RSPCA

08 September 2021

One horse or pony is harmed deliberately on average each day during the summer months, according to the latest cruelty figures released by the RSPCA.


Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

08 September 2021
Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

08 September 2021

Partially-treated waste water could be released into rivers and seas because of a chemical shortage caused by Brexit.


Uninsured driver took car without owner's permission

07 September 2021
Uninsured driver took car without owner's permission

Uninsured driver took car without owner's permission

07 September 2021

A man took a car without permission then drove it while uninsured.


Vodafone launches scheme to connect families

06 September 2021
Vodafone launches scheme to connect families

Vodafone launches scheme to connect families

06 September 2021

The initiative was designed to help any registered charity that might benefit from free connection.


New defibs to be installed at sports grounds in West Berkshire

03 September 2021
New defibs to be installed at sports grounds in West Berkshire

New defibs to be installed at sports grounds in West Berkshire

03 September 2021

Lifesaving equipment will be introduced at Wash Common and the City Recreation Ground.


Separate food waste bins for West Berkshire homes to be introduced

31 August 2021
Separate food waste bins for West Berkshire homes to be introduced

Separate food waste bins for West Berkshire homes to be introduced

31 August 2021

Food waste could be collected separately in West Berkshire by next year – with another bin for householders.


Plans go in for Newbury affordable homes amid location safety fears

26 August 2021
Plans go in for Newbury affordable homes amid location safety fears

Plans go in for Newbury affordable homes amid location safety fears

26 August 2021

Affordable homes plans have been submitted – but there are fears for the safety of the Newbury site.


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