There has been a mixed reaction from fans to reports that Reading Football Club's Madejski Stadium could be renamed.
One of the Thai owners has said she is in talks with several companies to bring in more sponsorship money. The club says there are no immediate plans to change the name which has been in place in since 1998 in tribute to the co-chairman, Sir John Madejski.
Here's what some people in Reading said when we asked for their opinions.
Buying and selling over the internet has become the norm and there are lots of sites you can use, eBid webstore and of course the most famous eBay.
Well eBay is 20 years old today and you can pretty much buy everything on it. Over the years we have reported on some of the more unusual things that have gone on sale - as Sally Simmonds reports.
eBay is celebrating 20 years of buying and selling this month. But, it began as a hobby. Its first sale was a broken laser pointer pen.Read the full story ›
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A schoolgirl has taken on an amazing project and designed her own maze.
They're always good fun for young and old alike, but Ciara Graham's maize maze, at Birchington in Kent, includes some additional monkey business. Lydia Hamilton explains.
Thousands of people have been flocking to the largest Thai festival in the country, which is taking place in Surrey. Held every two years, The "Amazing Thailand Festival" raises money to help orphaned and abused children. Rachel Hepworth reports.
Hundreds of people flocked to an art sale with a difference in Margate this afternoon.
The "art car boot" event saw new works from an array of local artists alongside those from big names including Margate's own Tracey Emin; Jim Moir - otherwise known as Vic Reeves - and Sir Peter Blake. The sale is a chance for the public to buy art directly from its creator.
Here's a few shots of the event:
And this is what the celebrities had to say about their day here:
The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Sale is taking place in Kent today, with names from the art world travelling to Margate to take advantage of the occasion.
Among the big names attending the event are the artist Tracey Emin, who grew up in the Kent town. The event, which combines a classic car boot sale and an art fair, was set up by Karen Ashton, who came up with the idea in 2004. Other artists taking part include Gavin Turk, Rachel Howard, Vic Reeves and Sir Peter Blake.
Hundreds of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people marched through Thanet today in a "Kent Pride" procession. There had been concern that the celebration of the LGBT community could be marred after anti-gay leaflets were posted throughout Margate ahead of the event. In the end though, all was fine, as David Johns reports.
He spoke to organiser Tony Bee, Andrew Bigginton from Kent Fire & Rescue Service, plus campaigner Peter Tatchell.