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Homeowners in a Wokingham road largely lived in by pensioners were furious after a water leak left the road under water for three days.
A hi-tech police operation aimed at netting vehicles used in burglaries failed to find any, but caught 25 drivers in three hours for offences including driving without insurance.
People living near areas earmarked for housing could have more say in where the homes go, council bosses have decided.
Council bosses have asked the Government for £30 million for a third bridge over the Thames which they say is vital to stop Wokingham’s economic prosperity stalling, faltering and dying.
Pubs in the town say they have seen very little change in trade a year after smoking was banned from public spaces.
Free parking for one or two-hour visits to Wokingham would help revitalise the town’s trade, according to a business group.
A year on from the floods which caused devastation across the borough, victims, some of whom only returned home last week, have told of their 12 months of misery.
A woman has spoken of the “single most terrifying” moment of her life when a masked gang forced her to get out of her car before stealing it.
A disgruntled motorist struck back at Rose Street car park’s clamping fines by taking the law into his own hands and removing a wheel clamp.
Car parking charges will increase in Wokingham despite a bid by the Liberal Democrats to stop the rise.