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Unemployed construction workers will stage a demonstration outside a power station today to demand fair access to jobs amid the ongoing row over the use of foreign labour.
And now for something a little bit different. The marvellous Dhol Foundation will be raising the roof at Plug ‘n’ Play studios in Reading on Saturday.
Helen Ryan took over a leading role, in the comedy Lloyd George Knew My Father with less than a week’s notice.
Although Reading boasts no world-famous literary figures, because of its excellent communications through the centuries by roads, rivers and railways it seems to have attracted more transitory figures.
Pesky pigeons need to be evicted from the town centre in a more humane way, say councillors.
A Reading security manager has picked up a top industry award for making his company ‘as safe as houses.’
It may be only 30 minutes from Reading, but Sarah Dave discovered to her delight Richmond is like another world.
My earliest memories of the cars bearing the Saab badge was of the one fitted to the stylish blue coupé owned by a friend of my dad’s.
The average Briton is £40,000 poorer as a result of the credit crunch, research claimed today.
Support services and building firm Interserve cheered investors as it looked forward to “robust” UK markets and posted forecast-beating annual profits.