In this week's Bracknell News (March 6 edition)

Published: 6 Mar 2014 10:450 comments

A BRAVE 4-year-old comes to the rescue of her sick mum; two fraudsters who conned elderly people out of thousands are jailed; a reptile rescuer taken to court criticises police; and we reveal attendance records for each Bracknell Forest councillors. For these stories and more, pick up a copy of the News, on sale now, priced 70p.

Round-up of stories in this week's News (March 6 edition, just 70p)

- Girl, aged 4, praised after coming to rescue of mum after epileptic fit

- A new permit parking scheme for Bracknell town centre set to be approved

- Two pages of education news:

Fox Hill Primary head vows to take action over poor Ofsted report

Hit band Hoosiers visit Bracknell school to teach music

- Picture special from the Woscars at Wayz youth centre.

- Major waterworks planned for Bracknell

- Traders fear loss of livelihoods as homes to replace their businesses in Binfield

- A Crowthorne restaurant faces fines over illegal workers

- Nine action-packed pages of sport

- Property, family announcements, classified, motors, jobs and much more!

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