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Congratulations to the first finishers at the Reading half marathon.
Andy Vernon crossed the finish line first in an unofficial record time of 1:03:08.
His team mate and training partner from the Aldershot, Farnham and District athletics club, Charlotte Purdue, won the women's race.
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A number of roads will be closed in Reading today for the town's half marathon.Read the full story ›
Thousands of runners will pound the streets of Reading today to take part in the town's 34th Reading Half Marathon.
The event starts at the Green Park area of town and ends at Madejski Stadium. The organisers have made a downloadable map of the route available online.
A number of roads will be closed before, during and after the race.
On Sunday around fifteen and a half thousand runners will take to the streets for the 34th Reading Half Marathon.
The 13 point one mile race starts at the Green Park business complex, and goes through the town centre with passing spots including the university campus, the main train station, three Hospitals - including the Royal Berkshire - and ending at the Madejski Stadium.
Cary Johnston met some competitors ahead of the race.
From elite athletes to enthusiastic amateurs, the runners will take on a 13.1 mile course this weekend.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of Berkshire school children have been appearing in court.
They're taking part in a series of mock trials designed to help them understand the legal system. Richard Jones reports.
Richard spoke to the High Sheriff of Berkshire Victoria Fishburn, pupils from Upton Court Grammar and teacher Simone Balani.
A GP surgery in Reading has been told it has to improve by the Care Quality Commission.
Private firm One Medical Group took over the Circuit Lane surgery in Southcote in September after a number of GP's walked out.
The CQC carried out a surprise inspection in December and found there were not enough experienced staff to ensure patients received the care they needed.
Patients were suffering delays in receiving prescriptions and improvements were not made on time.