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Monday 1st September

Street light switch-off to save cash

12PM - BBC News

More than 500 street lights will be switched off overnight to save money.

Sunday 31st August

Batboat from 1960s fails to sell

11AM - BBC News

One of a pair of Batboats made for the 1966 Batman movie and the 1960s TV series fails to sell at auction.

Saturday 30th August

Water bills plugged by regulator

4PM - BBC News

Thames Water is among the companies told to rethink plans on household water bills in England and Wales.

QPR sign Reading goalkeeper McCarthy

12AM - BBC News

QPR complete the signing of Reading goalkeeper Alex McCarthy on a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee.

Friday 29th August

Cheating councillor 'owes taxpayer'

6PM - BBC News

A councillor has "absolutely no excuse" not to pay £5,000 back to a council before being sentenced for benefit fraud, a judge says.

Viaduct reopens after repair works

8AM - BBC News

The Loddon Viaduct on the A3290 reopens ahead of schedule after maintenance work took place over the school holidays.

Thursday 28th August

Teacher charged over sex offences

7PM - BBC News

A man is charged with sexual offences against children dating back to the 1990s when he was a teacher at a Berkshire school.

The impact of not catching a killer

3PM - BBC News

How do police feel about unsolved murders?

Woman raped in town side street

2PM - BBC News

A 22-year-old woman is raped in Reading town centre in the early hours of Thursday.

Smith promises silverware fight

1PM - BBC News

London Irish boss Brian Smith vows his side will mount a serious challenge for silverware this season.

Gypsy camp eviction review date set

12PM - BBC News

Gypsies embroiled in a five-year battle with a Berkshire council to evict them have their judicial review date set.

'Voice of football' charity chosen

10AM - BBC News

James Alexander Gordon's family nominates the hospice where he was cared for up until his death as the official charity for donations.

Wednesday 27th August

VIDEO: Thames bridge to reopen after delay

9PM - BBC News

Whitchurch Bridge over the River Thames linking Oxfordshire and Berkshire is due to reopen at the end of September.

Swings removed after dog 'vandalism'

5PM - BBC News

Dogs cause damage put at hundreds of pounds to children's swings by taking bites out of them.

New officer faces Jayden inquiry

12PM - BBC News

An additional police officer is served with a misconduct notice over the inquiry into the murder of teenager Jayden Parkinson.

Thames bridge to reopen after a year

10AM - BBC News

A bridge over the River Thames will reopen after reconstruction work that has taken five months longer than planned and gone £2m over budget.

Tuesday 26th August

Scunthorpe United 0-1 Reading

11PM - BBC News

Jack Taylor scores a late winner to help Reading through to the next round of the Capital One Cup at the expense of Scunthorpe.

Haystack arson attacks investigated

5PM - BBC News

A 600-tonne hay fire on the Berkshire/Hampshire border is being treated as the latest in a series of haystack arson attacks.

Reading and Leeds headliner confirmed

10AM - BBC News

The man in charge of Reading and Leeds festivals says they have confirmed the first headliner for next year.

VIDEO: Police question Sir Cliff Richard

9AM - BBC News

Sir Cliff Richard has been interviewed under caution by South Yorkshire Police in connection with an alleged historical sexual offence, his spokesman says.

Woman raped by man she met in pub

9AM - BBC News

A woman is raped in Reading by a man she met in a pub earlier in the evening.

Work starts on village flood scheme

9AM - BBC News

Work to build new flood defences in a flood-hit Berkshire village is to begin later.

VIDEO: Enter Shikari's top festival moments

8AM - BBC News

Rory and Rou from Enter Shikari give Newsbeat their most memorable festival moments to date.

Sandhurst and the sheikhs

8AM - BBC News

Generations of foreign royals - particularly from the Middle East - have learned to be military leaders at the UK's Sandhurst officer training academy. Is that still a good idea, asks Matthew Teller.