Reporter Profile: Paul Cassell
A huge sculpture made of recycled junk will dramatically come alive as music and art collide spectacularly again at this summer’s Caversham Festival.
Crowds poured into King’s Meadow over the weekend to soak up the sun and enjoy a pint or two at this year’s Reading Beer & Cider Festival.
A former teacher at The Abbey School who breached rules about taking photos of schoolgirls with his own camera was wrongfully but not unfairly dismissed, a tribunal ruled.
The number of pupils bunking off school in Reading has remained virtually static.
A 30-YEAR-OLD dad-of-three has denied a violent assault and damaging a car at Easthampstead Caravan Park in Wokingham Without ward.
New research by a scientist from The University of Reading could be crucial in the fight to stop the spread of killer viruses such as HIV and bird flu.
Youngsters were on the crest of a wave when Paralympic Games gold medallist Ellie Simmonds OBE officially opened a new £2.3 million pool.
- Name: Paul Cassell
- Job Title: Reporter
- Patch Covered: Education, Environment, Diary
- Total stories online: 144
- Phone No. 0118 918 3063
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org