Thu, 14 Feb 2019
IN this week's Newbury Weekly News, a man with a grudge against society who terrorised an entire community has been jailed for a potentially deadly arson attack.
In other news, a Newbury man did not want to live without his lost love, an inquest heard.
Also this week, a group of sixth-formers have been hailed as heroes after rushing to the aid of a motorist and a van driver involved in a crash.
Meanwhile, complaints about missed bin collections are on the rise.
Elsewhere, a local business is in the running for a 'rural Oscar'.
In Hungerford, the Environment Agency says deadly asbestos may have been found in the River Lambourn following an illegal dredging operation.
In Thatcham, a school is celebrating its latest Ofsted result and we talk to a local charity helping young people in the town.
And in Hampshire, Hampshire County Council agree to the proposal to raise council tax by 2.99% and Silchester School are on an eco drive.
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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