Thu, 30 Jul 2020
In this week's Newbury Weekly News, we report on the manslaughter verdict given to three teenagers following the conclusion of a murder trial in Pc Andrew Harper's death.
Also in this week's paper, dog boarders have launched a petition against "a barking mad" 375 per cent licence increase.
In other news, a former gambling addict has urged people to oppose a new betting shop.
And, a police vehicle is rammed and motorists are run off the road during a dramatic car chase, a court hears.
In Hungerford, councillors plan a very different Christmas celebration for the town.
In Thatcham, a man's moving song about lockdown has raised thousands of pounds for charity.
In Hampshire, support for a library is being cut and there's been a u-turn over tip usage.
On the village page, residents are urging the council to step in to protect a historic former Baptist chapel.
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