Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following an aggravated burglary in Bracknell late on Tuesday.
At about 11.30pm, two men forced their way into a property in Wayland Close, Harmans Water, and assaulted the 29-year-old male occupant.
They then stole five Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppies.
Both offenders were black and in their late twenties. The first offender was of medium build, around 5ft 10ins and was wearing a black woolly hat and dark clothing.
The second offender was of skinny build, taller than the first man and was wearing a black Nike baseball cap and dark clothing.
Two of the stolen puppies were male, one brown and one black, and three were female, one white with brown patches, one white and one black.
Water companies are being accused of not doing enough to help homeowners affected by untreated sewage which has poured into their homes.
Four weeks of rain has overwhelmed our sewer network with flood and groundwater and it's struggling to cope.
People living in Bullbrook in Bracknell know only too well the horror of overflowing sewers - they've been left to clear up the mess, as Mel Bloor reports.
Interviewees: David Lewington, son of flood victim and Bracknell MP Dr Phillip Lee.
A man who ran a brothel in Reading has been ordered to pay back £156,153 after a successful confiscation order.
A search warrant was issued for a house in Bracknell that was believed to be a brothel.
Michael Drinkwater, aged 69, from Wokingham was arrested on suspicion of keeping a brothel and Wei Yi Wang, who lived at the address, was arrested on suspicion of being an immigration overstayer.
A search revealed £5,000 in cash at the premises that was seized and Drinkwater pleaded guilty at Reading Crown Court and was sentenced to eight months imprisonment suspended for 12 months.
The court ordered he pay £156,153 within three months otherwise he will be imprisoned for two years.
More than 1100 jobs at Hewlett Packard (HP) are to be lost at the beginning of 2014 - just under a months time.
A total of 618 jobs could be lost at the company's Bracknell base. Many of those facing redundancy either work from home or within the organisations employing HP.
The company blamed falling demand and reorganisation for the job losses that it wants to implement in the first three months of 2014.
A 19-year-old man has been sentenced to four years in prison for a robbery in which he carried out a serious assault on his victim.
Luis Sousa from Bracknell, was handed the sentence at Reading Crown Court today after entering a guilty plea at an earlier hearing on 16 September.
The incident happend on 17th August, where Sousa carried out an unprovoked attack on a 22-year-old man at the back of the Spin Bar in Alexandra Court, Wokingham, before stealing his mobile phone.
The assault was caught on CCTV and lasted for more than 3 minutes. The victim suffered around 120 blows to his head and body.
Police said they believe a man in his 20s, who died after being stabbed, knew those who attacked him.
Officers are following a number of leads after arresting two men as part of a murder investigation in Bracknell in Berkshire.
Anyone with any information or concerns should contact the Police Enquiry Centre on the non-emergency number, 101. If you don't want to speak directly to the police, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org
Thames Valley Police has launched a murder investigation after man was found in Bracknell with a stab wound to his chest.
Police were called by paramedics at 11.25pm on 21st September 2013, after reports a man had been stabbed at an address in Appledore in Great Hollands.
They discovered a man in his twenties with a stab wound to his chest. Despite being treated at the scene, he died a short time later.
Two men, aged 42 and 31, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are in police custody.