A social media feed of rail works at Reading is due to the "embarrassing fallout" of engineering delays at Christmas, it is claimed.
Six employees at a back-to-work recruitment company are jailed for a fraud that saw them falsely claim about £300,000.
The demolition begins of a 1960s office tower and derelict shopping centre next to Reading railway station.
A consultation begins to find a permanent site for The Heights Primary School in Caversham.
The Queen faces industrial action from staff at Windsor Castle as they are balloted in a dispute over pay.
Vandalism linked to an inquest verdict, following the death of a man from Slough, is "not being taken seriously enough" by police, campaigners say.
Network Rail promises to do "everything in its power" to stop a repeat of the rail chaos at Christmas when it carries out work over Easter.
Peter Henley explains all with aid of ice cream
A Maidenhead Facebook group gets out of hand
Reading are fined by a Football Disciplinary Commission for breaching regulations regarding multiple financial interests.
Forward Ellen White looks set to win her 50th cap in England's final home match before this summer's World Cup, while Reading's Fran Kirby is in the squad.
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