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West Berkshire Council has approved the construction of a new agricultural storage building.
A West Berkshire sewage treatment works will be upgraded earlier than planned.
Newbury Town Council has announced that it has reduced its carbon footprint by 44 per cent since 2019.
A bartender has created a limited-edition cocktail as part of a global challenge.
Newbury Town Council is seeking volunteers to help plant spring bulbs.
Young people have embraced a horticulture project to commemorate those who died in both World Wars.
Asbestos contamination is suspected at a derelict property.
One school has set about creating its own wildlife haven.
West Berkshire Council has refused to grant permission for a replacement dwelling.
A national countryside charity has welcomed the withdrawal of a large village planning proposal.
Recent heavy rainfall has caused storm drains to overflow into local waterways.
Plans to increase the size of a waste plant by 600 per cent have been submitted.
A local charity is funding a critical IT education project in rural Cambodia.
Newbury MP Laura Farris has expressed her “serious concerns” to Thames Water over sewage spillages into the River Pang.
West Berkshire Council is considering a new application in West Ilsley.
A West Berkshire has been praised for giving children a “unique and exciting experience” at its annual Schools Days.
There are big changes taking place for takeaways, restaurants and other food vendors with a long awaited ban on single-use plastic coming into force.
Pupils at one West Berkshire school are celebrating receiving a coveted award.
Green-fingered pupils are celebrating their environmental award win.
Thames Water has set out a plan to provide a secure and sustainable water supply for the next 50 years.
A university study has revealed the popularity of onshore wind farms in rural areas.
The Royal County of Berkshire Show — more fondly, and now officially, known as the Newbury Show — is returning this September.