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A decision on whether to review Wokingham’s housing target has been delayed until next month.
Pupils caught skipping lessons were escorted back to school by the police during a week-long crackdown on truancy.
The borough’s children’s protection service was given a well-deserved pat on the back after Wokingham became the fastest English authority to reverse an order to improve.
More than 20 families face an anxious wait to find out if they will become homeless after the end of a planning appeal to decide whether their homes must be torn down.
A sailing club faces an uncertain future after it lost exclusive use of the clubhouse that has been its home for nearly 30 years.
Emotions ran high among parents at heated debates to discuss the biggest shake-up of Wokingham school catchment areas in 30 years.
Confused carers and elderly residents branded the introduction of Wokingham’s social care charges a “fiasco” at a carers meeting.
Convicted criminals in Wokingham could turn their lives around by helping to fix up gardens and decorate homes for the vulnerable and elderly.
The family of a well-loved local footballer who passed away in May has thanked an “invaluable” Woodley charity for its endless care and support.
Disgruntled residents fed up with their street being used as a rat run have submitted two contrasting petitions regarding closure of the road, but in a confusing twist some have added their names to both lists.