Thu, 15 Nov 2018
IN this week's Newbury Weekly News, vulnerable residents will bear the brunt of West Berkshire Council's latest cuts.
In other news, the district fell silent to mark the centenary of the Armistice on Sunday. We've got eight supplement pages of coverage marking the special event; plus a one-off feature on how Newbury marked the end of the war 100 years ago.
Also, a Thatcham teenager who hit another teen with his car in the Broadway has appeared in court.
Meanwhile, shoppers helped save a man's life when he went into cardiac arrest.
Elsewhere, a widower is raising money for his son's school in memory of his late wife.
In the Hungerford edition, a feud between two Lambourn stables yardsmen ended with one of them being savagely beaten and taken to hospital, a court has heard.
In Thatcham, the names of forgotten First World War servicemen were given pride of place at a special ceremony.
And in Hampshire, a forgotten soldier is added to a vilalge memorial just in time for Remembrance Sunday.
As always, there’s also a roundup of the week’s entertainment and sport, and of course this week’s £25 free fuel giveaway.
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