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- Ipswich gets 'dockless' Urbo bikes for sharing
- Long Melford Co-op cash machine raid leads to arrest
- Geoffrey Caton death: Mourad Belarbi admits killing
- Army bids farewell to Lynx helicopter with flypast tour
- Martlesham Heath Adastral Park 2,000 new homes approved
- Lowestoft children's home: Youngsters at serious risk of harm
- Suffolk County Council to borrow £21m for road repairs
- Bersant Celina: Ipswich Town's Mick McCarthy hails loanee's 'God-given' talent
- East counties' 'overlooked places' in new art project
- Cloned Newmarket dachshund expecting puppies
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- Thames Valley PCC 'not supportive' of scrapping horse unit
- BBC star Emily Maitlis' harasser sentenced
- Jack Payne: Blackburn Rovers sign Huddersfield Town forward on loan
- Formula 1: Robert Kubica named Williams reserve driver to Sergey Sirotkin
- TE Lawrence's grave site 'under threat' from quarry plans
- Oxfordshire firefighters on standby to deliver meals
- Jack Payne: Huddersfield Town recall forward from Oxford United loan
- Carillion collapse raises job fears
- Walsall v Oxford United
- Pair who made £24k from three brothels jailed
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- Cyrille Regis was loved by so many - Brendon Batson
- Bright Enobakhare: Wolves 'family' spirit key to promotion, says teenage striker
- Arsene Wenger: Arsenal boss called referee Mike Dean 'not honest' and 'a disgrace'
- Walsall couple move house as toy bus collection grows
- Maikel Kieftenbeld: Birmingham City midfielder signs new two-year deal
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- Benedict Cumberbatch becomes president of Lamda drama school
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- London law firm 'covered up' SA corruption
- Alex Lewington: London Irish winger to join Saracens
- Search on for veteran Simon Brown's glass eye collection
BBC News - Berkshire
Updated: 2 hours 43 min ago
Removing Thames Valley Police's horse unit is one of three options to be discussed at a budget meeting.
London Irish trio Theo Brophy-Clews, Tom Fowlie and Danny Hobbs-Awoyemi have signed contract extensions with the Premiership club.
Saracens agree a deal to sign winger Alex Lewington from fellow Premiership club London Irish at the end of the season.
Greyfriars Day Nursery was shut due to concerns about its leadership and management.
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's FA Cup game between Reading and Stevenage.
Holders Manchester City will face Arsenal in the Continental Cup final after both sides claimed narrow semi-final wins.
The Queen has only recently learned of the story, thanks to the makers of a BBC documentary.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Hull City and Reading.
Team news as London Irish host Krasny Yar in Saturday's European Challenge Cup fixture at Madjeski Stadium (15:00 GMT).
RMT union members stage a 24-hour walkout for the third time in less than a week.
British bobsleigher Bruce Tasker will miss the Winter Olympics after suffering a minor stroke.
The mounted section is used to police football matches, demonstrations and other public events.
Rooftop bar plans have been ditched from proposals for a new structure in the town's anti-social hotspot.
The site will include 157 affordable homes and a riverside square with shops, eateries and a nursery.
The Great Western Railway train has been named in honour of Paddington Bear and his creator Michael Bond.
Mr Bond's daughter Karen Jankel unveiled the name on the spot where the bear first arrived from Peru.
The incinerator will be in the heart of the Valley of the Racehorse, home to multi-million pound racehorse training stables.
Doctors made an extraordinary discovery that found the real 'sauce' of a woman's abdominal pain.
Matthew Jones, 17, died after tying a carrier bag over his head at the Reading Festival.
The deaths of three patients prompts an unannounced visit from the health watchdog.