Southern Cross Healthcare may be forced into administration due to rising costs.
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40,000 holes are dug in Windsor and Maidenheads' roads every year, Les Guest tells us why.
We find out the fees the University of Reading is set to charge new students.
We find out why hundreds of people in Bracknell have only just received their census form.
BBC Personal Finance journalist Paul Lewis explained more about ISAs.
Maggie meets the team at the Henley Dragon Boat Club, celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Eton's Swan Lifeline has seen a rise in the number of swan deaths this year.
Thousands of motorists face disruption as the Cow Lane Bridges in Reading are widened.
Thames Waters bid to take water from the River Kennet to supply Swindon.
Plans are revealed for Brackmell to get a £20 million health centre.
Children in Slough don't speak as well as they should according to Slough Borough Council.
Berkshire is one of the best places to be treated for cervical cancer we find out more.
Olympic tickets are now on sale, officially starting the countdown to London 2012.
Sir John Madejski gives his reaction to Reading FC's defeat in the FA cup.
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Royals defender Chris Armstrong announces his retirement after being diagnosed with MS.
Reading FC fans have their say on the way ticket sales have been handled by the club.
We find out why Reading pensioners are petitioning against plans to shake-up adult care.
We find out what is happening to Reading's Courage brewery site.
Maggie Philbin visits the Chiltern Centre, a day care for young people with disabilities.
Reading man Ken Walsh, an oil worker in Libya, is safely home after the SAS rescued him.