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The Environment Agency has released a number of options to prevent flooding.
The Environmental Audit Committee say that the government isn't doing enough.
Schools in Berkshire are facing high demand and rising pressures.
Cuddle Cot allows parents to spend more time with their children before saying goodbye.
Listeners Polly, Angela and Nicky discuss their experiences of living with mental health.
They were supposed to start in December, but still nothing...
We're still waiting for the big revolution in genetic science to happen.
A new project is being launched in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
Residents were left a note and came home to find that the bins had been left behind.
The boy died after suffering serious head injuries in the incident on Monday afternoon.
Martin Stanford explores the findings of the think-tank & learnt how the police operate.
The condition affects 1 in 10 people across the Royal County.
Thames Valley Police and the Police & Crime Commissioner have pledged £20,000.
Joy from Sandhurst won without make up, and took the £50 prize.
Thames Water's pumping station had a power cut and failed resulting in sewage spillages.
That's the pledge made by Berkshire's Mental Health Trust.