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LABOUR councillors have accused the ruling Tories of ignoring the needs of Bracknell Forest's most vulnerable following the finalising of next year's budget.
BRACKNELL Forest Borough Council is hoping for a "renaissance" for its recently under fire social services department after announcing a triple-boost in the form of three new projects.
LEISURE centre users in Bracknell are being targeted by professional thieves who
BY AISHA IQBAL
CONCERNED parents fear a crisis in music tuition for children in Bracknell and Ascot if a neighbouring local authority goes ahead with its plan to withdraw its share of local funding.
SHRIMPS and prawns from South East Asia have been withdrawn from sale from supermarkets in Bracknell Forest after being found to contain chemical residues.
PLANS to restore Lily Hill Park in Bullbrook to its former glory were praised by Bracknell MP Andrew MacKay at a public consultation last Friday.
BY AISHA IQBAL
THE MOTHER of a young Ascot woman who died in the Australian backpacker blaze which killed 15 people has vowed to fight on to ensure her daughter's killer never gets out of prison.
THE PEN can be mightier than the truncheon in fighting crime - or so Bracknell police have been trying to prove this week.
By Aisha Iqbal
A NEW £400 million masterplan for Bracknell has been unveiled.
The cash for the regeneration of the town will help revamp shopping facilities, as well as paying for plush apartments and much-needed affordable hosuing.