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CHARITY fund-raising is set to be an explosive success at the Golden Jubilee Fireworks Spectacular next month.
BY SARAH DAVE
ONE of the biggest annual events in Wokingham's calendar may have to be postponed on safety grounds if firefighters carry out their threat to strike.
A ROOKIE policewoman fears her dream of owning her own home has been shattered after a housing association put up the value of her "affordable" house by £45,000.
NEW plans put forward by a Winnersh supermarket could ease traffic congestion and reduce queuing and journey times, it is claimed.
BY SARAH DAVE
TWO headteachers say they are angry about being left in the dark over a mobile phone transmitter concealed in a petrol station forecourt just metres from their schools.
BY RICKY HINDMARSH
MAKING communities safer is the key message in a new policing plan for the Reading with Wokingham area.
WOKINGHAM Hospital will be able to care for 20 more patients when a new £1 million ward opens later this month.
BY SALLY BRYANT
MARKET traders will be able to cash in on a vital day of pre-Christmas spending after all following a U-turn by police and army bosses.
WOKINGHAM'S population has grown by nearly five times the national average for England in the last 20 years, according to the latest census.
RESULTS of national tests taken by pupils at Wokingham district schools continue to put the council among the top performing education authorities in the country.