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.
A couple from Berkshire have sculpted two giant busts of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh - in their front garden.
Brightly painted barges and canal boats drew crowds to the banks in Reading today for the town's Water Festival. Heather Edwards took in the sights and sounds of the colourful event.
A healthy living scheme which rewards residents for walking around a Berkshire town has been launched. Local people have been given key cards similar to Oyster travel cards, which they can scan at various places around Caversham. Those with the most points will receive prizes.
There will be plenty of messing about on the water in the Thames Valley over the next few days. Thousands of people are expected at Reading's Water Festival tomorrow before the show moves upstream to Newbury the following weekend.
The festivals are a celebration of our waterway towns. And this year the charity that saved the Kennet and Avon canal from closure, has particular cause to celebrate. Penny Silvester reports
Interviewees: Clive Cox, volunteer; Caroline Boughton, volunteer and Rob Dean, Kennet and Avon Canal.
Video. Preparations are underway for Reading's Water Festival which takes place on Saturday. Thousands of people are expected to attend the event as it winds its way through the town. There will be three parades, stalls and live music.
A 30-year-old man has been charged with murder and attempted rape after a woman's body was found in a field in Berkshire.
Krishnamaya Mabo, aged, 39, was found in a field at Arborfield on Monday afternoon. A post-mortem examination showed she had suffocated.
Glenn John Nelson, of Eversley Road, Arborfield, has been charged with murdering Krishnamaya Mabo, whose body was found near Robin Hood Copse. He has been remanded in custody to appear before Reading Magistrates' Court later.
Officials at the military garrison in Arborfield near Reading have issued a statement following the formal identification of a woman whose body was found in a field near the base in Berkshire on Monday 3rd June 2013.
Earlier today Thames Valley Police said the woman had been formally identified as 39-year-old Krishnamaya Mabo, a Nepalese national. Detectives have been granted a 36-hour extension to continue questioning a 30-year-old man arrested on suspicion of her murder.
The statement from the garrison reads:
'It is with deep sadness that the community of Arborfield Garrison learned of the tragic loss of Krishnamaya Mabo, the wife of a Ministry of Defence Employee serving within the Garrison. Naturally our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends at this difficult time.'.
Thames Valley Police investigating the death of a woman whose was found in a field in Berkshire have been granted a 36-hour extension to continue questioning a man arrested on suspicion of her murder.
Detectives were granted the extra time at Reading Magistrates Court this morning.
The body of Krishnamaya Mabo, aged 39, was found in a field off Robin Hood Copse in Arborfield on the afternoon of Monday 3rd June 2013.
Thames Valley Police have revealed the results of a post mortem examination on a body found in a field in Arborfield, Berkshire on the afternoon of Monday 3rd June 2013.
Although formal identification has not yet taken place, police say it is believed that the body is that of 39-year-old Krishnamaya Mabo, a Nepalese woman who had been reported missing earlier that day.
A Home Office pathologist who carried out a post mortem examination at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading on Tuesday 4th June 2013 said the cause of death was asphyxiation.
The investigation by Thames Valley Police continues. A 30-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder remains in police custody.
Anyone with information can contact Thames Valley Police by telephoning 101, quoting URN 48 of 3/6/13.