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A jeweller has welcomed the three-year jail sentence handed to a burglar who caused thousands of pounds worth of damage during a raid last year.
A courageous cop who was stabbed during a confrontation with an armed robber has been given a top police award for bravery.
A Crowthorne man picked up a top military medal in recognition of his brother’s heroism while serving with the SAS in the 1960s and 70s.
A village train station has been fitted with CCTV and new lighting after pressure from commuters.
Pancake fans can go flipping mad to celebrate the 10th anniversary of an annual town event.
Having a right royal knees-up to celebrate Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding has been made easier after the council agreed to waive fees for street parties.
Damage to cars caused by potholes in Bracknell Forest cost the taxpayer thousands of pounds last year.
Two drunken teenagers who broke into garages on their way home from the pub and stole items including a broken lawn strimmer and car batteries have been found guilty of burglary.
Councillors have invited their counterparts from Liverpool and Manchester to “come and see how it should be done” after backing a budget without closures of libraries or leisure services.
More than 150 bookworms have taken up a challenge to read six books before the end of March and be in with a chance of winning prizes including a top games console.