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Following riots and widespread negative media coverage, Kenya has been written off as a tourist destination.
Emerse Fae wants to quit Reading after being banned for two weeks and fined a fortnight’s wages for refusing to play for the club’s reserves.
A controversial litter pick by police, council officers and community group members has gone ahead to clear up a Woosehill eyesore.
A Reading finance graduate who founded a website that enables students to rate their work placements has been named one of Britain’s brightest young entrepreneurs.
Sandhurst's five-game unbeaten run came to an end on Saturday at Combined Counties League champions Merstham.
When the European Union decides to hand out cash to farmers, it is the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) which makes the payouts.
The executive agency of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is responsible for administering Common Agricultural Policy schemes, sometimes throughout the UK and sometimes just in England.
A teenager was punched in the face duirng an altercation between two groups of youths in Woosehill.
Fitness Training is a circuit training session that runs every Monday night from 7pm in the chapel in Finchampstead Village. It is suitable for all levels of fitness.
It was a proud day for one Finchampstead family last Thursday, but one they wished their heroic Army officer son could have lived to see.
A Wargrave school went global last month when it took part in the ‘world’s biggest lesson’.