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A woman was left £80 out of pocket after responding to a scam offering her work from home.
Crack shot Chris Childerhouse is celebrating success in the clay pigeon shooting world championships held last month in New Zealand.
Trade union officials at Heatherwood Hospital claim consultants are pulling rank in a row over staff car parking.
Bracknell's long-awaited regeneration moved a step closer last Friday when town centre traders and tenants received letters from the council about buying land.
Restaurants and shops in a rundown precinct will close their doors for good on Monday after Bracknell Forest Council demanded keys to the properties.
Former foster children who left care at the age of 16 have spoken about their experiences of starting adult life on their own.
Servicemen and women from Bracknell who have died in conflict since the Second World War are to be remembered on the town’s war memorial.
Council officers and debt collectors are trying to claw back £838,000 overpaid to benefit claimants in Bracknell last year.
Ask Marianne Dreelan if she has had a hard time drumming up customers for her new shop and the answer is an emphatic ‘no’.
The owners of an Indian restaurant which closed to make way for the town centre regeneration, still have no idea how much compensation they will receive.