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A man whose beloved pet cat was attacked and killed by a dog says he is powerless to do anything because there are no laws against “animal on animal” attacks.
A series of events has been organised to make sure Bracknell Armed Forces Day 2010 is an event to remember.
The extension of a deadline over proposals for more than 3,000 homes in Binfield sparked a flurry of campaigning from people dead set against the plans.
A political campaigner who was so enraged at the expenses scandal he started a group trying to oust Bracknell’s MP has turned his attention to the wife of the former deputy Prime Minister.
Police release monthly information on the work against crime going on around the borough.
Young Chris Moyleses and Jo Whileys were the voices of the airwaves for four days in Bracknell as HUG fm went live.
Bracknell's political hopefuls were grilled on a range of topics including the economy, immigration and even the decline of British manufacturing as they met with the borough’s over 50s.
Three Bracknell schools were left temporarily without headteachers after they were stranded in Dubai, Lanzarote and Morocco thanks to the erupting Icelandic volcano.
Hight-flying gymnasts from Bracknell, grounded by the volcano flight ban, were forced to take a 60-hour coach journey to compete at the European Championships in Bulgaria.
Plans for a revamp of Bracknell’s arts centre featuring “monstrous looking” pillars which met with protests from neighbours went under the planners’ microscope last week.