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Anti-social behaviour must be reported so police can target patrols and stamp out yob culture that can blight communities.
Privatising parking enforcement on Wokingham’s roads could lead to a “high handed approach that takes no prisoners”, according to townspeople.
A tireless charity supporter who took part in a vital study aimed at beating prostate cancer has died from the disease.
Young radio stars of the future have launched their first podcast to keep their school up to date with news and upcoming events.
A charity Zumbathon smashed organisers’ fundraising target in memory of a Wokingham woman who died earlier this year from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Townspeople eagerly awaiting news on the town centre regeneration have been urged to be patient as the developer to move the project forward is due to be appointed this month.
A request to give every Wokingham Borough Council worker an unpaid “duvet day” instead of introducing parking charges and reducing mileage allowance was thrown out by treasury bosses.
A Wokingham fundraiser was part of a dramatic rescue effort for a quadruple amputee at high altitude during a charity climb of Mount Kilimanjaro.
The youngest British woman to climb Everest was among dozens of companies and entrepreneurs delivering an inspirational message to youngsters at the Wokingham Schools Career Fair last Wednesday.
A mother-of-three has criticised council bosses for showing a lack of urgency after one of her sons fell down a hole while playing in woods in Barkham.