Crying 'Blue murder' over decision to bulldoze golf course

Published: 30 Jan 2014 10:300 comments

What's in this week's News (Jan 30 edition)

AFTER councillors voted to build homes and schools on Blue Mountain golf course, amid jeers from protesters, we have a special report in this week's News. This includes reports on this debate over the Binfield site and the go-ahead for 1,000 homes at TRL in Crowthorne, plus two pages of your comments on the council's two controversial decisions.

Also in this week's News, we report on the jailing of a former Bracknell Bees player for drugs offences, the scrapping of Bracknell Forest Council's in-house dementia care team and new guidelines for council phone users after an investigation by the News.

Pick up a copy of the News, out today just 70p.

Stories this week:

- Reports and reaction to council's decision to scrap restriction on development at Blue Mountain golf course

- Dismay over approval for 1,000 homes at former TRL site in Crowthorne

- Ex-Bracknell Bees player jailed for 12 years for conspiring to supply drugs

- Concerns over Bracknell Forest Council's decision to transfer dementia care to private agencies

- New guidelines to be set up for council phone users after News report on leader's high bills

- Call to nominate your heroes for a Pride of Bracknell Award, with nomination form

- First editor of the Bracknell News dies

- Sandhurst players reunite for match 30 years on

- All the latest sport, including Bracknell Town FC relishing possible stadium move and rower Anna Watkins virtually rules out competing in Rio 2016.

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