A murder inquiry has been launched after a man was stabbed in the chest at a nightclub.
Officers were called to the Face Bar in Chatham Street, following reports that a man had been injured in the early hours.
The victim, whose identity and age have not been disclosed, was taken to the Royal Berkshire Hospital where he died a short time later.
– Thames Valley Police
"The incident is being treated as murder and a full inquiry has been launched."
The scene is sealed off as police conduct inquiries and Chatham Street is partially closed.
Police said a "large number" of people were at the Face Bar at the time of the attack and they appealed for witnesses to come forward.
Bracknell Murder Charge
The boyfriend of a Thai woman found dead in an underpass in Bracknell has appeared in court charged with her murder.
The body of 43 year old Tuanjai Sprengel was discovered on Sunday morning by two gardeners.
She had been beaten over head.
Muhammed Shafi was today remanded in custody after appearing at Slough Magistrates' Court.
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Reading Victory Parade
Reading FC's open-top-bus tour is due to begin at 12:30pm, ending two hours later at the Madejski Stadium.
Diversions are in place in the Berkshire town and some bus services will be affected.
At the stadium, the team will be presented with the Championship trophy and the Player of the Season announcement will be made.
The club is celebrating its return to the Premier League.
Reading Victory Parade
The Reading football team is planning an open-top bus tour later, in celebration of their promotion back to the Premier League.
There will also be a celebration at the Madejski Stadium, where the npower Championship trophy will be held aloft.
A rapist who escaped justice for a quarter of a century has finally been put behind bars.
Alexander McGuire was wrongly found innocent of attacking a mother of three in Windsor 25 years ago.
But new DNA evidence saw him jailed today for eight years.
Nick Harper has the story.
Alexander McGuire, 61, who was acquitted of a 1986 rape, was jailed for eight years at Reading Crown Court today following the discovery of conclusive DNA evidence linking him to the crime.