Gove slams number of PM's Etonians
The number of former Eton pupils in Prime Minister David Cameron's inner circle is "ridiculous", Education Secretary Michael Gove says.
College charity walk for WW1 hero
A group of college students and staff take part in a 40-mile walk to raise funds for a £160,000 statue to commemorate the only man from Reading to win a Victoria Cross medal.
No charges over man's custody death
There is insufficient evidence to bring charges over the death of a man in police custody, the Crown Prosecution Service says.
Telecoms jobs go in relocation plan
More than 300 jobs are to go by the end of 2015 as telecoms equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent closes three offices.
E-fit of rape suspect released
An e-fit image is issued by police of a man who raped a woman in Reading nearly four years ago.
More standard train seating pledge
Thousands more standard class seats will created on First Great Western trains running from London through Berkshire to the South West of England.
Town's £6m station revamp unveiled
Wokingham's new £6m train station building is officially unveiled by transport minister Baroness Kramer.
Thames bridge works delayed further
The reopening of Whitchurch Bridge is put back to September by contractors who say the situation is "out of our control".
Secondary school place crunch looms
Reading expands its schools as local councils across the country face a shortage of places.