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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Railway access issues delay flood prevention work
Hemingways in Haslemere High Street has come under fire for appearing to drop comedienne Jenny Collier from an event bill as there were 'too many women' Finalist in the Channel 4 cooking show talks about the stress of the occasion and her excitement over getting to the final Lack of progress on flood prevention work in Ash Vale due to access ... (more)
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Council tax waived for flood victims
Thousands of people whose homes were flooded in Surrey will not have to pay council tax for three months, councils and police have agreed.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Free school campaigners' joy after clearing latest hurdle
A group of parents have "jumped over the next hurdle" in achieving a dream of opening a new Woking secondary school.
Surrey Live: breaking news from across the county, March 7
Welcome to today's Surrey Live - bringing you breaking news, all the latest headlines from around the county and regular traffic & travel updates.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Housing development exhibition to be unveiled to residents
Developer Crest Nicholson is putting on a public exhibition from 3pm-8pm at the village hall to outline its proposals for the 23-acre site off Horsham Road , just half a mile from the High Street.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Missing Monty 'bouncing around everywhere when he got home'
The nine-month-old springer was found in a kitchen in Dunsfold a month after disappearing from his owners' garden Tim and Karen Allcorn thought they would never see their puppy again when he went missing - and then "could not believe it" when police found Monty a month later .
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Guildford's North Street plans hit by further delay
Plans to revamp North Street in Guildford have hit yet another delay due to the "complex nature of the project".
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Health group refuses to commit to Woking urgent care centre
Campaigners calling for an urgent care centre at Woking Community Hospital said it would help ease the pressure on local A&Es and the ambulance service Campaigners have been left dissatisfied by a response to their demands for an urgent care centre to be opened at Woking Community Hospital.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Aldi given green light at Green Man site
A majority of councillors voted to approve the planning application for a new Aldi supermarket in Burpham, despite local opposition It has been a case of second time lucky for discount store Aldi, as plans for the supermarket to be built in Burpham were approved.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
City stockbroker jailed for 27.5m boiler scam apologises for scruffy ...
City stockbroker jailed for 27.5m boiler scam apologises for scruffy court appearance after his ex-wife 'burnt all his clothes' Tomas Wilmot, 65, together with sons Kevin, 44 and Christopher, 43, were jailed for a total of 19 years after cheating 1,700 vulnerable investors out of 'substantial' amounts of cash A former City stockbroker serving nine ... (more)
Residents criticises delay in blocking parking on lethal blind bend
John Glanfield says he is frustrated at the lack of action to halt parking on the 'dangerous' blind bend despite reporting it nine months ago Concerns have been raised about near misses caused by parking on the blind bend in Guildford's Warren Road Motorists regularly parking on a blind bend in Guildford have turned it into an accident waiting ... (more)
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Epilepsy drug group takes campaign to Sanofi headquarters
Sanofi, based in Onslow Street in Guildford, produces sodium valproate which can lead to fetal anti-convulsant syndrome when taken during pregnancy Campaigners visited Guildford on Saturday , calling for a drug company to take responsibility for the side effects caused by an epilepsy drug.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Fleet News and Mail
Beer industry contributes A 200m to economy a year
The number of roads either impassable or passable with care in Hart and Rushmoor has increased from six to 11 over the course of a week Christmas comes early as towns, villages, organisations and businesses across the county hold events in the run up to the festive holiday A study has found that, despite pub closures, the local beer industry ... (more)
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Man jailed for 'haymaker' punch that led to Ryan Harrison's death
Crown court judge jails three men involved in the death of 22-year-old Ryan Harrison at Guildford train station last year The man who killed Ryan Harrison by punching him and knocking him under a train has been jailed for five years.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Three men jailed for fight which led to Ryan Harrison's death
Joshua Elphick, Jack Hardy and Harry Miller, all 20, have been jailed following the death of Ryan Harrison in March last year Three men have been jailed for their involvement in an altercation that led to the death of 22-year-old Ryan Harrison at Guildford train station last year.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
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Duchess of Cornwall visits Surrey
Young girls wave the union jack flag as Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall visits St Catherine's School in Bramley, Surrey on February 13, 2014 in Guildford, England.
How the South East floods unfolded
More than 500 homes in Sandwich, Seasalter, Faversham and the Medway towns are feared at risk and councils in Dover and Canterbury warn residents there is a potential loss of life if they do not leave their homes.
National Review Online
Bringing up Bawbee
Scotland will be voting on independence from the rest of Britain on September 18, not so coincidentally the seven hundredth anniversary of the great Scottish victory over the English at the Battle of Bannockburn.