West Berkshire has the highest Covid rate in Berkshire – with cases doubling in the last week.
Waller Drive developers have been ticked off by Newbury Council for ‘hanging a noose of viability’ around their necks.
A clear link is reflected between a lab which gave 'false negative' test results and current high Covid rates in places to the west of West Berkshire.
Revamped plans for developing the centre of Newbury have been criticised for trying to 'turn the town into Basingstoke or Reading’.
West Berkshire’s council leader says the stabbing of MP David Amess should not put people off public life.
The Willows Primary School in Newbury loses 34 pupil places in reception class intake affecting its budget for next year.
A licence objection has been lodged against the Newbury Real Ale festival with claims that it encourages criminal behaviour and disorder.
Sport England has put in a 'holding objection' to West Berkshire Council's proposal for the Monks Lane Sports Hub.
Newbury MP Laura Farris has said there is no evidence of a Covid spike in the area, following a wave of 'false negative' test results.
The council has been criticised after taking more than a week to announce false negative Covid tests at Newbury Showground.
Care homes 'a tragic disaster' - West Berkshire Council joins government criticism
Plans for hydrogen powered bus on new route between Newbury and Oxford
It is two and a bit years since West Berkshire Council declared a climate emergency with the stated intent to be carbon neutral by 2030
In Newbury, there are 123 benches. You sit on them. Meet friends on them. Cold War spies once used them for letter drops. Niki Hinman takes a seat.
People living in the poorest parts of West Berkshire and Wokingham will live seven years less of healthy life compared to those living in rich areas.
Children from the poorest areas of West Berkshire are more likely to experience severe mental health problems than those from the richest areas.
A new sports and recreation space will be open for the public in Newbury by the end of the year.
The public are being asked for their views on how to protect domestic abuse victims in West Berkshire.
A Tilehurst Village Surgery GP has been found to have been at fault in the care of a woman – with her family claiming it impacted on her human rights.
We interview the Thames Valley police and crime commissioner after his first 100 days in the post.