Building developer Costain is fined more than £500,000 for health and safety breaches that led to the death of a building site supervisor.
The prosecution and defence deliver their closing speeches in the final stages of the trial of Bracknell man John Brown, the brother of Eurovision winner Dana.
A UK nuclear weapons factory remains under an "enhanced level" of regulation, according to a report by a government nuclear safety watchdog.
'Considerable risks' remain in delivering the Crossrail project on time, MPs say.
A site for a new secondary free school in Reading is approved amid a predicted shortage of pupil places.
A council agrees the takeover of a dilapidated Grade II-listed lido in Reading.
Magna Carta Island goes on sale for £4m
Her majesty meets orange-suited engineers
Teenage shooting star Amber Hill, who will represent England at Glasgow 2014, says she is "not a typical shooter".
London Irish appoint former Ireland assistant coach Mark Tainton as their new skills and kicking coach.
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