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For stroke survivors and their families, having support after the attack can help get them back to a more normal life.
The abolition of Home Information Packs (HIPs) has encouraged more homeowners to put their houses on the market, estate agents say.
While the rest of Wokingham sleeps, a police response team is out on the streets of the borough on the trail of the criminals who target residents’ property under cover of darkness.
Convicted criminals have been picking up litter, cutting back hedges and preparing a paddling pool for the summer to payback the community for their crimes.
Drivers who potentially risk their lives by taking their chances on a town centre level crossing are to face prosecution in a new crackdown.
The chairman of governors at an Arborfield school is among those named on The Queen’s Birthday Honours list this week.
A well-liked motor technician who is terminally ill has been recognised for his 25 years spent as a Special Constable.
A community garden transformed from a fly-tipping hotspot by children has once again become a dumping ground after it was earmarked as a building compound.
Teenagers are risking their lives by using quarries as a playground, Berkshire quarry managers have warned.
Teens planning a boozy party tonight in a Wokingham park on Facebook are trying to foil the police by keeping the location secret until the last minute.