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New height barriers have been installed at Bracknell’s recycling centre to stop tight-fisted businesses dumping their waste at a cost to the taxpayer.
Girls aged between 10 and 11 are performing better than boys in English, but the lads have hit back in maths and it is a tie in science, according to new figures.
Parents with young children can take part in family sessions and talk to midwives and health visitors at a new children’s centre opening in Sandhurst.
A petition against the proposed closure of a popular over-50s cafe and meeting point in Bracknell has already got more than 200 people signed up in support.
Pupils at an Ascot school are fantastic ambassadors and rightly prized by the local community, according to a report deeming it outstanding.
A school governor is hot under the collar over a letter sent by fire chiefs urging teachers not to stage one of the highlights of a project on the Great Fire of London.
A Bracknell courier company made sure a famous chef was able to cook a fantastic Christmas meal by getting his massive shopping list to troops in Afghanistan in time for the feast.
More expenses shame has been heaped upon Bracknell’s MP as new details show he charged the taxpayer £6,000 for the privilege of decorating his London home.
Mr Scrooge led Futjitsu employees from Bracknell as they joined their colleagues from around the country on strike in a row over pay and pensions.
A mum whose sons ended up at two different schools wants parents to have their say on the catchment rules to stop the same thing happening to them.