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EAGLE IN AFGHANISTAN: Camp Bastion’s hospital in the sky
Eagle's Rebecca Burrows has been following our troops out in Afghanistan.
A coroner criticises mental health services for failing a Guildford woman
Frances Andrade overdosed after coming face to face with her convicted sex abuser.
68,000 benefit from high-speed broadband investment in Surrey
More than 68,000 homes and businesses that otherwise would have missed out are now connected to high-speed technology.
Man released on bail in connection with Surrey arson attacks
A man in his 20s from Horley is on bail, as is another man in his 40s.
Mole Valley MP wants Headley Court brought into civilian use
The specialist military rehabilitation centre is moving to a new site in Loughborough.
South West Trains apologise after further disruption
Hundreds of passengers stranded after trains suspended at Woking, due to a signalling failure.
£100,000 grant for breast cancer research at University of Surrey
"What we'd like to do is move towards this idea of personalised medicine."
Surrey cadets mark centenary of WWI
"The battles, the trenches, the experience of being on your own but also knowing there are other soldiers around you supporting you."
Exhibition celebrates 200 years of the "Pepper Pot" in Godalming
Formerly known as the "Pepper Box", Godalming museum looks back at the history of the famous building.
TV licence warning for Surrey and Hampshire's holiday goers.
Campers and caravanners urged to be careful.
24-hour treadmill challenge for man from Badshot Lea
John Applebee is embarking on a 24-hour treadmill challenge later today.
Driver calls "fire" on the hard shoulder
Surrey Police warn drivers not to stop on the hard shoulder unless there is an emergency