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30 November 1999 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Chief Supt Morrison added: "Allegations of racism are easy to make but my officers are not racist. "At the incident

Chief Supt Morrison added: "Allegations of racism are easy to make but my officers are not racist. "At the incident

on Thursday night, the driver was asked to move off a yellow line. He refused to do so and would not give his name. If he had done either, the events of Friday, which affected hundreds of people, would not have happened." Chief Supt Morrison supported the police decision not to
30 November 1999 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Youth, centre - gets a facelift riROYALS v Halifax Nick lye's big FA Cup report 4, WITH ROY MARTIN All

Youth, centre - gets a facelift riROYALS v Halifax Nick lye's big FA Cup report 4, WITH ROY MARTIN All

the stage and screen news MidweeOPORTS Your full round-up of all the sporting action /Ay wait a week? yet it 664! ORDER YOUR COPY NOW RING ( 0118) 958 600
30 November 1999 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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30 November 1999 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
NHS takes 25-year lease on refurbished warehouse

NHS takes 25-year lease on refurbished warehouse

LAMBERT SMITH HAMPTON has just concluded the letting of a 10,039 sq ft second-hand office and storage property at 7-9 Cremyll Road in Reading, achieving a lease term not seen since the property boom in the 1980 s. Acting on behalf of The Hall Family Trust, Lambert Smith Hampton
30 November 1999 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
What do adorable felines, si The Cann FEATURE nal boxes and steam ng Co

What do adorable felines, si The Cann FEATURE nal boxes and steam ng Co

in the calendar, having a bionic paw CATS and signalboxes may have little in common but for photographer David Canning the connection is obvious. For years he I:as been photographing both subjects and in the last 10 years transforming the prints into collectible calendars to rai
30 November 1999 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FEATURE

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30 November 1999 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Classic Gold 1431/14815

Classic Gold 1431/14815

12.00 noon: Tony Lyman 3:00: Ron Brown 7.00: Simon Bates 10.00: Paul Carrington 2.00 am: Tim Disney 6.3oarn: Mike Read 9.00: Dave Lee Travis 12.00 noon: Tony Lyman ■•c Than**. VaHoy 12.00 noon: Bill Heine 2.00: Jan Edwards 4.001 (96.21 Alison Booker 4.00: (104.11 Jeremy Dry 7.00
30 November 1999 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
► BACK TO HIS ROOTS WF Hill and Son in Pangbourne was a well-known grocery, run by William Hill, seen in the left of the picture, grandfather of the Reading Evening Post's own Harold Hill

► BACK TO HIS ROOTS WF Hill and Son in Pangbourne was a well-known grocery, run by William Hill, seen in the left of the picture, grandfather of the Reading Evening Post's own Harold Hill

BACK TO HIS ROOTS WF Hill and Son in Pangbourne was a well-known grocery, run by William Hill, seen in the left of the picture, grandfather of the Reading Evening Post's own Harold Hill village's growth and development and tells of two great 19thcentury characters whose relations
30 November 1999 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
A one bedroom flat situated in a quiet location available unfurnished from 25th November Woorehill £62spc A well presented one

A one bedroom flat situated in a quiet location available unfurnished from 25th November Woorehill £62spc A well presented one

bedroom house situated on the popular Woosehill development in convenient location. off street parking for 2 cars, unfurnished available December available 9 December 28 PROPERTY Week Ending December 5. 1999 Lett i n Agents m 0 1 1 8 974 3 5 1 0 P ease fin. • etas ed •eow a se e
30 November 1999 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England