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A primary school has been given a Notice to Improve after Ofsted inspectors branded it inadequate.
A workman who was seriously injured in a fall from a 10ft scaffolding tower with no fencing has seen his employer fined £20,000 for the accident.
Family and friends of Anton Day, who died in September after a brave battle with leukaemia, will wear a “living memorial” to him after they were tattooed with his name.
Parking is Wokingham’s Achilles heel, according to the new chairman of the local branch of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Traders in Bracknell have given the thumbs-up to Government plans to help small businesses get through the credit crunch.
Bracknell's already overstretched infrastructure cannot cope with the 12,780 new homes the Government is asking it to build before 2026, councillors have protested.
A jealous man has narrowly avoided jail after he beat up his former girlfriend's new partner during a night out.
House-builders say the credit crunch is not affecting them in Bracknell.
The long-awaited regeneration of Bracknell town centre could start in spring next year, it has been revealed.
Americans in Bracknell will be glued to the television and internet this week as they wait to see if their country gets its first black President.