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Tim Dellor talks to Kristy French about why areas of the sport are male-dominated.
Joey van den Berg admitted it felt like an age before the final whistle against Fuham.
The Reading boss was in high spirits after their playoff semifinal win against Fulham.
The Royals Chairman Madejski is 'delighted' the takeover of the club is finally complete.
London Irish's Asaeli Tikoirotuma is hoping to beat Yorkshire Carnegie to gain promotion.
The Royals boss Jaap Stam says that taking a draw back to the Madejski is a good result.
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Andrew Morris, CEO of Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, on Wexham's new A&E.
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Police say decision made following security review after the terror attack at Westminster
Olympic rower from Maidenhead Katherine Grainger on life after rowing and becoming a Dame.
The outdoor pool at Kings Meadow is due to reopen this summer.
School crossing patrol services at eight locations in Wokingham could be axed.
The husband of the late MP Jo Cox has launched a special event to commemorate her life.
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