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Two young men were ordered to write letters of apology after stealing milk bottles in Woodley.
A festival of family fun will be held at the Pinewood Centre next month.
The buzz of music and merriment rang out well into the night on Saturday as hundreds of revellers enjoyed the 51st Woodley Carnival.
An Earley woman was one of 35 to be honoured at an awards ceremony held to recognise long-standing blood donators.
A minor catastrophe was avoided last week when fire ripped through what would usually be a heavily armed weapon of war.
Sir Bob Geldof will head a stellar cast of speakers from the worlds of education, business, science and entertainment at the Festival of Education later this month.
Blood donors are being asked to spare five minutes and help save a life during National Blood Week.
Fifteen more jobs are to go at Reading Transport after the company announced cuts to its timetable.
A care home in Wokingham faces an uncertain future after the national company behind the facility announced it is looking to reduce its workforce by some 3,000 jobs.
They may be able to cry if they want to, but party boys and girls have been banned from holding bashes at village halls across the borough.