Click video. Poor Broadband speeds are affecting house prices and hampering business growth in rural areas across the Thames Valley, in spite of government efforts to help.
Police at Southampton today renewed their warning about the use of psycho-active substances. The warning comes after a 16-year-old boy collapsed and started fitting at his home after smoking White Widow, a substance he bought on the internet.
At midday Friday, January 3, he was taken by ambulance to Southampton General Hospital, where he has recovered, but is being kept in for 24 hours of observation. White Widow looks like herbal cannabis, but does not smell like the drug.
Inspector Phil Lamb said: “Young people and adults must make themselves aware of the health risks involved in using such psycho-active substances. “Parents, too, must be aware and vigilant. At the very least, they should make themselves aware of the dangers and talk to their children about them.”
Now how long it takes you - to get onto your home computer - or tablet - depends on where you live. But today, super-fast broadband was promised for more parts of Berkshire.
The Didcot and Wantage MP Ed Vaizey was at the signing of a contract for the rollout of the Superfast Berkshire project, in Newbury. Our reporter Heather Edwards was there too.