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1. Knife crime in Reading ‘out of control’ says youth worker
Reading has sadly seen a huge rise in knife crime lately. Although it isn’t a new issue, it’s a growing and concerning one. The Reading Chronicle want to get behind calls to prevent and tackle the problem, and will be launching a campaign to address causes and potential solutions.
2. Asymptomatic testing begins in Reading: Are you eligible?
Local community Covid-19 testing is now underway in Reading.
Testing began at South Reading Leisure Centre on February 10 and a second community testing site went live at Rivermead Leisure Centre on Monday, February 15 – to stop the spread of the virus in Reading.
Around one in three people who have coronavirus have no symptoms and will be spreading the illness without realising it.
3. New council tax and benefits fines for ‘deliberately misleading’ Reading Council.
New fines will be introduced in Reading for failing to tell the council about information related to housing benefits and council tax.
4. Pair jailed for supplying crack cocaine and heroin in Reading.
A pair of drug dealers who supplied crack cocaine and heroin in Reading have been jailed.
5. Murder investigation update: Police officially reveal identity of victim.
Police have officially revealed the name of the man who was stabbed to death in Caversham on Valentine’s Day.
The Chronicle first reported tributes to the victim days ago, but detectives are now in a position to officially publish a name.
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