BBC : Berkshire
12h37 26  février
Lorry driver jailed over Berkshire police car crash
Andrei Stan was jailed after being convicted of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire
The latest number of cases of Covid-19 across the county
18h22 24  février
Reading and Leeds boss ’very confident’ festivals will happen
Organisers are very confident the events will happen this summer, as lockdown is due to be eased.
Downton Abbey: Lockdown roadmap ’catastrophic’ for Highclere
The owner of the stately home used in Downton Abbey criticises the roadmap out of lockdown.
Most pheasants sold for food ’contain lead shot’
Scientists say a pledge by shooting groups to phase out lead shot has had no detectable effect.
13h28 22  février
Covid: Reading vaccine site opens at Madejski Stadium
The NHS hopes to deliver 3,000 Covid vaccine jabs every day at Reading FC’s ground.
16h40 20  février
Caversham stabbing: Keen runner Yannick Cupido had ’precious soul’
The family of Yannick Cupido, who died on Valentine’s Day, say he was a beautiful boy .
Wokingham town centre revamp to cost 113m
The long-running project to regenerate Wokingham town centre is expected to be completed in 2022.
06h07 19  février
Fara Williams: Reading midfielder says kidney condition ’broke her’
Fara Williams tells BBC Sport that the kidney condition that has affected her fitness for almost a year broke her .
Hundreds object to Tilehurst housing estate plan
A decision on the plans for 265 homes on the outskirts of Reading will be made in the spring.
National League North and South seasons null and void: ’It’s a bit of a nightmare’
Clubs in National Leagues North and South react to the decision to declare their seasons null and void.
20h27 18  février
Tilehurst stabbing: Funeral of Raheem Hanif takes place
Mourners gathered to pay respects to Raheem Hanif who was stabbed in Tilehurst, Reading.
06h43 19  février
Duke of Edinburgh: Prince Philip spends third night in hospital
The 99-year-old duke remains under observation as the Queen continues her royal duties.
06h43 18  février
A404 in Maidenhead shut as lorry carrying deer statue catches fire
Eagle-eyed viewers spotted the animal in the flames, before police reassured them it was not real.
06h42 26  février
Reading Trade the Blade: ’I took this machete from an 11-year-old’
Children as young as 11 are handing in knives in a scheme that swaps weapons for food vouchers.
16h54 27  février
Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in your area?
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
16h48 26  février
Covid-19: What have lockdowns and restrictions meant for musicians?
Music in a pandemic: Guerrilla gigs, song-writing compulsions and learning an Elizabethan guitar.
Coronavirus levels ’burning quite hot’ in some of UK
Infection rates are declining overall, but some regions are seeing a rise in cases.
Vaccine passports’: Will I need one for going out, work and travel?
The government is reviewing whether venues can ask for proof of vaccination or a negative test.
01h05 29  janvier
Coronavirus: How the UK dealt with its first Covid case
A year ago, the UK was yet to record a Covid case. Then a family rang NHS 111 from a hotel in York.
00h16 16  janvier
Did we see a Christmas coronavirus spike?
Christmas gatherings were cut back but was there still an impact on Covid cases?
06h49 03  février
Covid: Youth workers want help to keep children away from crime
Youth workers say the pandemic is making it harder to keep children away from crime.
06h07 27  janvier
Autistic racing driver takes on former F1 champion Jenson Button
Racing driver Bobby Trundley found himself competing in the same virtual race as Jenson Button.
11h52 02  décembre
Debbie Clay: BBC Sports Personality of the Year Unsung Hero for the south revealed
The BBC Sports Personality of the Year Unsung Hero for the south of England is Debbie Clay, from Shinfield in Berkshire.
01h14 18  novembre
Coronavirus: Council officers help explain lockdown rules
Council officers have helped explain lockdown rules to about 600 businesses in Reading.
00h03 04  novembre
Dad builds secret Harry Potter street in daughter’s wardrobe
Ella discovered Diagon Alley inside her wardrobe during a game of hide-and-seek on her birthday.
05h53 23  octobre
Reading composer uses dice to create ’random’ classical music
Edward Chilvers uses dice to compose a new style of classical music that introduces an element of randomness.
05h29 28  octobre
Reading pub opens for remote workers to use as office
Pubs are offering a new office set up for people having to work remotely during the pandemic.
23h22 19  octobre
Marathon walk for 104-year-old inspired by Captain Tom
At 104, Ruth Saunders is walking a charity marathon after being inspired by Captain Sir Tom Moore.
23h25 13  octobre
Coronavirus: Newbury optometrist abused for mask request
An optometrist was compared to Adolf Hitler online after asking a woman to wear a face covering.
23h52 04  octobre
Former offender and retired judge work on rehabilitation charity
A former offender who set up a rehabilitation charity is being backed by the judge who jailed him.
05h16 01  octobre
Reading University elephant skeleton goes back on display
The Indian elephant skeleton has been at the University of Reading since 1931.
17h18 27  février
Rotherham United 0-1 Reading: Royals pile misery on struggling Millers
Reading end two-game losing run as they hold on to consign struggling Rotherham to a fifth-straight defeat.
16h06 24  février
Angharad James: Wales and Reading midfielder to join NWSL side North Carolina Courage
Wales midfielder Angharad James will leave Reading to join NWSL side North Carolina Courage.
22h02 23  février
Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 Reading: Bottom side hang on with 10 men for vital win
Bottom side Wycombe survive a sending-off and missed penalties at both ends to record a vital win against Reading.
Maidenhead United 2-4 Aldershot Town
A Josh Rees hat-trick sees Aldershot Town claim a 4-2 win over National League rivals Maidenhead United.
12h31 22  février
Chaplen signs new Reading contract
Reading striker Brooke Chaplen signs a new contract at the Women’s Super League club.