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Work on hundreds of new homes in Wokingham has ground to a halt and cash to improve roads and sports facilities has more than halved as a result of the credit crunch.
The cost of tackling obesity could top £107 million in Berkshire West by 2010, startling new figures have shown.
The sound of music will fill the town at this year’s Wokingham Winter Carnival and organisers are predicting the extravaganza will be something extra special.
Council house leaseholders are facing repair bill increases of up to 75 per cent following a borough-wide review of charges.
The schoolgirl daughter of a family torn apart by a legal dispute has been hospitalised in South Korea because of the distressing situation.
Traders have backed calls for extra financial and practical support for small businesses hit by the credit crunch following the Government’s £37 billion bank bailout.
A father desperate to bring his adopted daughter home to Winnersh from South Korea is garnering support from a variety of sources.
Dozens of villagers turned up at a neighbourhood meeting in Finchampstead to call for a shopping arcade to be made alcohol free in a bid to tackle drunks.
An immigration officer featuring in a behind-the-scenes documentary is showing the world what her job is really like.
A call to scrap astronomical charges which are “crucifying” pubs has been backed by Wokingham landlords.