The region's rail companies have all amended their timetables due to the bad weather.
Boeing, the company behind the grounded fleet of 787 Dreamliner planes, is facing millions of pounds of compensation claims.
Network Rail is to spend £38bn nationally on improving the railways. The Thames Valley area alone is to receive £9bn in investment capital.
The Thames Valley is experiencing a house price boom, with prices rising at their fastest level for 14 years. That's great news if you own your home, not so good if you're looking to buy.
In Reading the average house now costs £200,000. In Bracknell it is £220,000.
While in West Berkshire and Newbury the average is £244,000.
So what does that mean to buyers? Mel Bloor has been out in Reading to find out.
More drivers are being caught over the limit the morning after. A new survey has found that out of the police forces which responded, Thames Valley Police caught the most drink drivers in 2011 to 2012.
The force also recorded the highest number of drink drivers for this year up to November with 2095.
Nationally the number of people arrested for drink-driving between 6am and 8am rose nearly4% between 2011 and 2012
The most inspirational women gathered in Reading last night - for the Women of Achievement Awards.
The event, which is in aid of the Sue Ryder charity, celebrates the courage and success of women from all walks of life.
Among the winners was a woman from Berkshire who has dedicated her life to providing free horse riding lessons for disabled children.
Mel Bloor reports.
Women from across the Thames Valley who've made their mark in the community have been recognised at a special ceremony.
The Women of Achievement Awards, which is in aid of the Sue Ryder charity, celebrates the success of women in every area from business to sport. The event was co-hosted by rower and Olympic gold medallist Katherine Grainger.
– Sara Thornton, Chief Constable
I am delighted that crime has continued to drop in the Thames Valley. I want to thank the thousands of officers, staff and volunteers working for Thames Valley Police for all their hard work. Their efforts make the Thames Valley a safe place to live and work. We will continue to work towards cutting crime across the three counties over the next 12 months.
– Anthony Stansfeld, Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valle
I am delighted to see that the Thames Valley has seen another drop in crime. As one of my key priorities I am particularly pleased to see the significant reduction in domestic burglary. I would like to thank all police officers, staff and volunteers whose hard work and dedication has helped to achieve another reduction in crime.
Thames Valley Police saw the third largest reduction in the country with robbery offences. In the 12 months up to June, there were 1,184 offences recorded, compared to 1,650 in the previous year.
Violence against the person saw a 6% drop to 19,574 and criminal damage and arson dropped by 13%.
The number of recorded sexual offences increased by 14 per cent from 1,888 to 2,159.
Crime has continued to fall in the Thames Valley, according to statistics released today.
The figures released by the Office for National Statistics show that overall crime dropped by six per cent in the 12 months leading up to June 2013, compared with the previous year.
In the year to June 2013, there were 129,025 offences recorded in the Thames Valley, compared with 137,301 in the previous year.
One of the largest reductions was with domestic burglary offences, which dropped by 19 per cent to 6,805.
Motorists in the Thames Valley face months of disruption while a bridge over the River Thames is repaired. Mel Bloor reports.
Firefighters in the Thames Valley will join a nationwide strike on Wednesday between 12.00-16.00. But unlike the strikes a decade ago, the armed services won't be obliged to help out. Andrew Pate spoke to Nigel McCullen from Hampshire Fire Brigade Union and Neil Odin from Hampshire Fire & Rescue.