The Duke of Cambridge has made his first public appearance since leaving hospital with his newborn son, playing in a charity polo match.
The family of a woman found dead in a field in Berkshire have described her as a loving wife and mother.
More than 26,000 workers denied the national minimum wage have received a £4m windfall after action by HM Revenue and Customs.
A329(M) Eastbound closed has queueing traffic due to an accident between M4 J10 (Wokingham / Bracknell) and A329 London Road / A329 Berkshire Way / B3408 London Road (Coppid Beech Roundabout).
It's stood in the centre of Reading for almost 170 years housing thousands of prisoners, most famously, Oscar Wilde, but today the final inmates left Reading Prison.
Now a young offenders institute, the prison on Forbury Road can hold up to 320 men up to the age of 26.
But two months ago the Government said it was no longer fit for purpose and will close.
Today's shut-down has come a month early - and is a complete mistake according to the prison officers union.
Mel Bloor reports.
(Interviewees: Rob Wilson MP, Reading East, Conservative and Steve Gillan, Prison Officers Association General Secretary.)
Reading prison is to close today, a month earlier than planned.
It is one of four prisons shutting under government plans to replace them with a super-prison.
The last of the 320 inmates at the Berkshire jail will be leaving later today.
The Prison Service said it was aiming to avoid compulsory redundancies by redeploying staff or offering voluntary early departures.
Police came under attack as they tried to stop an illegal rave in the countryside attended by up to 100 people.
Six officers sustained injuries after allegedly having missiles thrown at them in Beacon Hill, Highclere, close to where Downton Abbey is filmed on the Hampshire/Berkshire border.
A 23-year-old man and 29-year-old woman were arrested on suspicion of organising the unlicensed event.
The woman, from Oxfordshire, was also held for suspected possession of class B drugs.
Officers from Hampshire and neighbouring Thames Valley Police were alerted to the rave at around midnight and say they attended to foil any disorder and disruption to local residents.
Two people have been arrested after an illegal rave in the early hours of this morning. Between 80 and 100 people were at the unlicensed event at Beacon Hill near Highclere on the Hampshire Berkshire border.
A 23-year-old man from Surrey and a 29-year-old woman from Oxfordshire were arrested in relation to organising the event. The woman was also arrested for possession of class B drugs.
Officers from Hampshire and Thames Valley Police were subjected to violence, including missiles thrown at them, which resulted in six officers sustaining non-serious injuries.
The A34 southbound is closed until the morning of Monday 18th November for resurfacing work. There are diversions in place. For information visit the Highways Agency website.
A large section of one of the Thames Valley's major roads will be closed for the weekend - leaving drivers with a 68 mile diversion.
The A34 will be shut southbound between the Milton Interchange, just north of Didcot and Chieveley - from 10 o'clock on the night of Friday 15th November 2013 until 6 o'clock on the morning of Monday 18th November 2013.
The normal 34 mile drive will be doubled as drivers try to make their way around the roadworks.
The Highways Agency says the work - on one part of the carriageway - is essential to resurface the stretch of road and waterproof it. Penny Silvester has been gauging the impact of the work.
There is queueing traffic with the carriageway partially blocked due to broken down car on the M4 Londonbound between J12 A4 ( Theale ) and J11 A33 / B3270 ( Reading ).
An aspiring young sailor from Berkshire has been awarded the two years’ exclusive use of an Optimist dinghy, donated by the John Merricks Sailing Trust in the inaugural year of an exciting new scheme.
Ten year old Kristof Jenkins from Kingsclere, who started sailing through the RYA OnBoard programme, was selected from almost a hundred applications after competing in the RYA South Zone
Championships will be held at Poole Yacht Club in September.
The government is cutting around 20,000 jobs from the army and is hoping to offset that by employing more reservists, formerly known as the territorial army. Thousands of part-time posts are on offer and today the recruitment campaign came to Reading. Richard Slee reports.