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.
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.
If the weather wasn't causing enough problems, the A4 Bath Road is closed, with slow traffic in the surrounding area due to gas leak between Mill Lane and Burghfield Road.
A321 Wokingham Road blocked due to fallen tree near B3348 Wellingtonia Avenue.
M4 Westbound entry slip road closed due to animals on road at J6 A355 (Slough / Windsor).
One lane closed due to an accident on the M4 Westbound between J13 A34 (Chieveley / Newbury) and J14 A338 (Hungerford).
The A326 Hythe By-Pass is blocked due to an accident. Four vehicles are involved at Sizer Way (Applemore Roundabout).
Lisa Lay, 47, a former civil servant, failed to disclose her husband’s income on her tax credits claims between 2003 and 2011, telling HM Revenue and Customs officers that she had been separated from her husband since 1998.
When arrested in November 2011, Lay said she was separated from her husband and that he had been living with her parents and parents-in-law. She said she had never actually told her family that she and her husband were no longer a couple.
HMRC exposed her lies, getting evidence including photos of family holidays _that proved they had been together throughout her claim, living at three addresses in Sunningdale and Ascot, Berkshire.
– Her Honour Judge Morris
This was fraudulent from the outset. These benefits were not being used for necessities; benefits are there for people who need them and not for going on holiday. People who choose to defraud the benefit system must be marked by an immediate custodial sentence
The visitors to the Madejski Stadium wilted in the late stages after losing captain Rob Jones to injury, and having already used their allocation of substitutes they were left exposed, allowing** **Reading to stretch their narrow lead to the final 4-1 comfortable margin of victory.
Reading went ahead early on when midfielder Danny Guthrie guided a long-range shot high into the roof of the net, but Doncaster levelled when substitute Theo Robinson latched on to a loose ball in the home area.
Reading regained their lead through Le Fondre before half-time and added two goals in the second half through Garath McCleary and Pavel Pogrebnyak.