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Newbury Christmas winter wonderland 'bah humbug' from residents

26 August 2021
Newbury Christmas winter wonderland 'bah humbug' from residents

Newbury Christmas winter wonderland 'bah humbug' from residents

26 August 2021

Residents object to Christmas Festival at Newbury Racecourse as they say it affects the value of their homes.


Costa Coffee and Superdry closing in Parkway

25 August 2021
Costa Coffee and Superdry closing in Parkway

Costa Coffee and Superdry closing in Parkway

25 August 2021

The Costa Coffee and Superdry outlets in Parkway Shopping are closing.


Reef to headline Newbury Real Ale Festival

25 August 2021
Reef to headline Newbury Real Ale Festival

Reef to headline Newbury Real Ale Festival

25 August 2021

A rock band best known for their 1996 anthem Place Your Hands will headline Newbury Real Ale Festival.


Local rowers in action as Henley Royal Regatta returns

20 August 2021
Local rowers in action as Henley Royal Regatta returns

Local rowers in action as Henley Royal Regatta returns

20 August 2021

The world's most prestigious rowing event returned after its absence last year due to covid.


Balding chases Juddmonte International glory at York

18 August 2021
Balding chases Juddmonte International glory at York

Balding chases Juddmonte International glory at York

18 August 2021

Alcohol Free looks to continue her fine season with another Group 1 victory.


Wetherspoon to slash prices for one day only next month

13 August 2021
Wetherspoon to slash prices for one day only next month

Wetherspoon to slash prices for one day only next month

13 August 2021

Wetherspoon is to cut the price of food and drink in its pubs for one day to highlight the impact of VAT on the hospitality sector.


Vodafone installs ‘Smartflower’ solar sunflower on Newbury campus

12 August 2021
Vodafone installs ‘Smartflower’ solar sunflower on Newbury campus

Vodafone installs ‘Smartflower’ solar sunflower on Newbury campus

12 August 2021

Vodafone has erected a cutting-edge solar energy ‘Smartflower' at its Newbury headquarters.


Live Blog: GCSE results 2021

12 August 2021
Live Blog: GCSE results 2021

Live Blog: GCSE results 2021

12 August 2021

Results and reaction from across the area.


Can you feed a family of four for under £35?

11 August 2021
Can you feed a family of four for under £35?

Can you feed a family of four for under £35?

11 August 2021

It can be difficult to save money and feed your family. Megan Carr, was challenged to feed a family of four on a budget, here's how it went.


Live Blog: West Berkshire A-level results 2021

10 August 2021
Live Blog: West Berkshire A-level results 2021

Live Blog: West Berkshire A-level results 2021

10 August 2021

A-level pupils across West Berkshire will be receiving their results today (Tuesday).


These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

09 August 2021
These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

09 August 2021

From licking feet to eating poo, the Kennel Club has answered the most Googled questions about your pooches.


Dad running London Marathon for dyslexia charity

07 August 2021
Dad running London Marathon for dyslexia charity

Dad running London Marathon for dyslexia charity

07 August 2021

A Hungerford man is running the London Marathon in October to raise money for a dyslexia charity.


Household bills jump by at least £139 under new energy price cap

06 August 2021
Household bills jump by at least £139 under new energy price cap

Household bills jump by at least £139 under new energy price cap

06 August 2021

Energy bills for 15 million households will increase by at least £139 to a record high from October, the UK’s energy regulator has announced.


GAME REVIEW: Death's Door

05 August 2021
GAME REVIEW: Death's Door

GAME REVIEW: Death's Door

05 August 2021

Maxwell Alexander reviews the new game Death's Door.


Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

04 August 2021
Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

04 August 2021

More than 220,000 children in England have already had a Covid-19 vaccine, figures show.


Persimmons help for period poverty

25 July 2021
Persimmons help for period poverty

Persimmons help for period poverty

25 July 2021

A West Berkshire project will continue to fight period poverty after receiving a grant from a regional housebuilder.


College supports vaccination van take up

24 July 2021
College supports vaccination van take up

College supports vaccination van take up

24 July 2021

Newbury College partnered with Berkshire West CCG to provide a mobile vaccination clinic.


Slang words your kids use you may need to understand

23 July 2021
Slang words your kids use you may need to understand

Slang words your kids use you may need to understand

23 July 2021

Are you left scratching your head at some of the slang words kids use? From 'lit' to 'yeet' and acronyms like PAW and PITR, we're here to translate.


Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

22 July 2021
Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

22 July 2021

The age of the 'pingdemic' is upon us, but what does that mean for our supermarkets, businesses and transport.


Bookings open for winter flu jabs

16 July 2021
Bookings open for winter flu jabs

Bookings open for winter flu jabs

16 July 2021

Boots has opened flu jab bookings early, with slots for both NHS and private patients, saying it's preparing for a 'potential flu epidemic'.


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