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Nearly 2,700 people have sought advice from Bracknell’s Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) as the recession tightens its grip on families in the borough.
One of Bracknell’s most infamous buildings will be open to the public as part a series of Heritage Open Days.
A nurse set to be deployed as a medic in Afghanistan will miss Christmas with his family but says he is ready for whatever is thrown at him.
Green-fingered gardeners have been rewarded for their hard work and dedication in making Bracknell beautiful at a celebration of yet another award at Britain in Bloom.
A piece of land with a number of ancient trees may be fenced off to stop people living in a new block of flats parking their cars there.
A man is warning of a potential scam involving cold-calling credit card crooks.
The regeneration of Bracknell will still go ahead despite comments from local Liberal Democrats that “hopes of a better shopping centre have clearly been dashed”.
The fight is on to find the Tory choice to replace Andrew MacKay in the next General Election, due by May. Hugh Fort interviews the candidates.
The political battle is on in Hanworth with candidates from six parties putting themselves forward for the borough council seat left vacant after the sudden death of Councillor Alan Browne.
A family whose new £20,000 car was destroyed when a protected tree fell on their home are angry that no one will admit responsibility a month on.