A further 504 street lights will be switched off in Wokingham today as part of the council's bid to cut back.
It comes as 2000 lights across the county will now be turned off between 12.30am and 5.30am - saving the council a total of £36,000 every year,
Before the lighting is turned off, those roads affected will have a temporary sign to warn residents.
The affected lights will also have a permanent sticker and residents will receive a letter.
The selected street lights have been especially picked by the police to ensure they aren't in areas with high crime levels.
There have been two near misses and numerous cases of vandalism at a level crossing in Wokingham.
Now Network Rail say they're going to close the dangerous pedestrian route over the tracks and replace it with a footbridge
It's one of 35 crossings to be closed across the South, amid safety fears. Penny Silvester reports.
A judo fighter who trained in Berkshire has won gold in the women's under 70kg judo event.
Megan Fletcher trained hard at the Pinewood Judo Club in Wokingham and says her win is a great tribute to her coach, Don Werner, who died in December.
After badly injuring her nose in the semi-final, the 24-year-old battled on to win the final against New Zealand's Moira de Villiers.
Thames Valley Police has released a CCTV image of a man it would like to speak to in connection with a theft in Wokingham.
At around 10.22am on Monday 9 June, a man entered the Halfords store in Gazelle Close and stole a Carrera Kraken mountain bike.
Investigating officer PC Paul Bentley from Wokingham police station said: “It is believed the man went towards the Winnersh Triangle train station so if you know or recognise the man, or have any information about this incident, I would urge you to call Thames Valley Police on 101.”
All Saints Primary School acting headteacher Jacqui Kearney said: “This morning was the first time we have used the pool this summer, and unfortunately four children reacted to chemicals in the water.
“We acted promptly to ensure their safety and well-being. Four children were taken to hospital as a precautionary measure and three of them have since been discharged. All other children appear to be unaffected.
“The swimming pool is now closed and it will be inspected tomorrow to establish what caused today’s issue.
"We are writing to parents today to inform them and remind them, as always, the safety and well- being of all the children at our school is our highest priority.”
Four children and a teacher have been rushed to hospital after they were overcome by fumes from chemicals used in the swimming pool at their school in Wokingham.
Ambulance staff, firefighters and police were called to the All Saints Primary School after 10am when a number of children felt ill.
It is thought that fumes from the chlorine plant at the schools swimming pool leaked and were inhaled by students and teachers.
None of those taken to hospital are thought to be in a life-threatening condition.
A spokesperson from the South Central Ambulance Service confirmed that they had been taken to the Royal Berkshire Hospital.
They added, "Ambulance staff including a rapid response vehicle and an emergency care doctor examined numerous children at the scene but they did not need hospital treatment."
Expert help to get jobs in the booming local construction industry, a dedicated centre for all careers advice and a new website for young jobseekers – they are all among the benefits coming to Wokingham Borough’s 16 to 24 year olds under the Thames Valley Berkshire City Deal.
The City Deal is a £4.8million agreement signed last year to reduce youth unemployment and promote apprenticeships. The borough will benefit from nearly £600,000 over the next three years, which will be used to reduce the number of young people who are not in employment, education or training.
City Deal funding will also be used to employ ‘brokers’ working with employers in the construction industry to link them with local people looking for work in the sector. Reading’s ‘Elevate Me’ website service will be extended to Wokingham Borough.
The captain of the England women's cricket team, and the Kent county team, is to pick up an award tonight. Charlotte Edwards from Wokingham is only the second woman to be named the 'Wisden' player of the year.
A robot that could save lives has been showing off its skills at a chemist's in Wokingham today. The 'Rose Street robot' could prevent potentially fatal mistakes if pharmacists dispense the wrong medicines.
GPs and chemists have been worried about errors caused by overworking, stress and of course bad handwriting. They're hoping the robot will relieve the pressure. Mel Bloor reports.
Dispenser Matthew Gunstone & GP Dr Ranjit Bahra.