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Westminster attack: Death toll revised to four - 29 injured

Four, not five, are now known to have died in Westminster - including the attacker - with 29 people still in hospital.

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Westminster attack: How Surrey and Hampshire are paying tribute

The flag is flying at half-mast at Surrey Police HQ.

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Westminster attack: Hampshire Police 'reviewing security procedures'

Hampshire Constabulary says it is reviewing its security procedures and resources.

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Northmead students were 'back in playground' before Westminster attack

The Guildford school has released a statement after pupils visited the Houses of Parliament on the day of the attack.

Westminster attack: American Kurt Cochran named as third victim

The third victim of the Westminster terror has been named as American, Kurt Cochran.

Lord Chief Justice attacks Justice Secretary for failing to stick up for Brexit judges

Lord Chief Justice attacks Justice Secretary for failing to stick up for Brexit judges

The country's top judge has attacked the Justice Secretary for failing to defend him and two colleagues who had been labelled "enemies of the people" over Brexit.

Retail sales in worst slump for nearly seven years: ONS

Retail sales in worst slump for nearly seven years: ONS

Retail sales have been suffering their worst slump in nearly seven years as inflation bites - despite a partial bounce-back last month.

James Corden says Westminster attack 'will not divide' London as other stars share tributes

James Corden says Westminster attack 'will not divide' London as other stars share tributes

James Corden has paid tribute to his "vibrant, diverse and proud" home city of London following the Westminster attack, saying terror will not divide the capital.

Westminster terror attack: Gunshots heard at parliament - we ran towards them

Westminster terror attack: Gunshots heard at parliament - we ran towards them

Often when I take the Tube to work I use the "James Bond" entrance - the nickname for the high-security portal to Parliament tucked away in Westminster Station.

Deadpool 2: Michael Shannon front-runner to play Cable

Michael Shannon has been tipped as the front-runner to play X-Men mutant Cable in the upcoming Deadpool sequel.

James Corden says terror 'will not divide' London as other stars pay tribute to victims

James Corden says terror 'will not divide' London as other stars pay tribute to victims

James Corden has paid tribute to his "vibrant, diverse and proud" home city of London following the Westminster attack, saying terror will not divide the capital.

Kesha suffers another setback in court battle with Dr Luke

Kesha suffers another setback in court battle with Dr Luke

Singer Kesha has lost another round in her legal battle against record producer Dr Luke, who she accused of rape and abuse.

Eurovision: Ukraine bans Russian singer over Crimea visit

Eurovision: Ukraine bans Russian singer over Crimea visit

Ukraine has banned a Russian singer from entering the country to compete at the Eurovision Song Contest.

Flames beat league champions Telford in playoff opener

It was a dream start for Paul Dixon's side who stunned Telford Tigers with a 3-0 win.

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Flames begin defending their title in playoffs

They face off against League champions Telford Tigers on March 22.

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Woking FC defeat Braintree Town 3 - 1

Woking pulled a rare victory against Braintree, making it four league wins for the Cards.

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Aldershot Town get second consecutive win

The Shot ended last night's match against the Dagenham & Redbridge Daggers 3 - 1

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Local football roundup: Shots and Cards

A win for Aldershot Town - but a loss for Woking this weekend

Sizing John, ridden by Robbie Power, wins the Cheltenham Gold Cup

Sizing John, ridden by Robbie Power, has won the Cheltenham Gold Cup ahead of Minella Rocco and Native River.

Alligator returns to give pro golfer fright

Alligator returns to give pro golfer fright

An alligator bravely dispatched from the fairway by an American golfer during the Arnold Palmer Invitational returned for a second day - and this time it stood firm.

Derry City captain Ryan McBride dies suddenly

Derry City captain Ryan McBride dies suddenly

Derry City captain Ryan McBride has died suddenly, the Irish Football Association has said.

Leyton Orient stave off winding up order after £1m pledge by owner

Leyton Orient stave off winding up order after £1m pledge by owner

A £1m pledge from the owner of Leyton Orient FC has saved the club from a winding-up order, but fans believe the club is still in "mortal danger".

England upbeat despite Germany defeat and Podolski wonder-goal

England upbeat despite Germany defeat and Podolski wonder-goal

England suffered their first defeat under manager Gareth Southgate after losing 1-0 to Germany in a friendly in Dortmund.

Eagle Radio's Easter Egg Appeal is back

Thousands of children across Surrey and Hampshire receive an egg donated via the appeal every year.

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6 places to watch the 6 Nations in Surrey Heath

We highlight six places in Surrey Heath to enjoy the final round of matches.

Smartphone music spotify

Why we’re increasingly turning our backs on owning things

Bagshot-based SmartDebit, says subscription-over-ownership is likely to grow as it is the preferred choice of millennials.

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REVEALED: Surrey Heath's council tax

We take a look at how much Surrey Heath residents will be forking out on council tax, for 2017/2018.

Camberley cannabis gang

JAILED: Members of 'sophisticated' Camberley cannabis operation

The operation could have potentially produced up to £100,000 worth of cannabis in a year.

Man tries to drive into shopping street at high speed in Antwerp

Belgian police have arrested a man who tried to drive at high speed into a crowd in Antwerp.

UN says 400,000 people trapped in Islamic State-held west Mosul

UN says 400,000 people trapped in Islamic State-held west Mosul

Around 400,000 thousand people are "trapped" in the Islamic State-controlled Old City of west Mosul, the UN said.

Student charged after taking five baby alligators for a ride in US taxi

Student charged after taking five baby alligators for a ride in US taxi

A student who took his pet baby alligators on a taxi ride has been charged with importing or possessing wildlife without a permit.

US firms pull ads from Google as boycott over hate videos grows

US firms pull ads from Google as boycott over hate videos grows

Major US firms have pulled advertising from Google's YouTube platform as the internet giant faces widening pressure over hate videos.

Man charged over disappearance of toddler Cheryl Grimmer in 1970

Man charged over disappearance of toddler Cheryl Grimmer in 1970

A man is due to appear in court charged with the murder and abduction of a toddler who vanished from a beach 47 years ago.

Fears grow for 1,100 high street jobs amid doubts over Jones deal

Hundreds more high street jobs could disappear within days amid growing doubts about a rescue deal for the Jones Bootmaker chain.

Exporters enjoying pre-Brexit 'sweet spot', says BoE official

Exporters enjoying pre-Brexit 'sweet spot', says BoE official

UK exporters are enjoying a "sweet spot" as they benefit from the "post-referendum but pre-Brexit" period - but it is unlikely to last, a deputy governor of the Bank of England said.

Retail sales in worst slump for nearly seven years: ONS

Retail sales in worst slump for nearly seven years: ONS

Retail sales have been suffering their worst slump in nearly seven years as inflation bites - despite a partial bounce-back last month.

US firms pull ads from Google as boycott over hate videos grows

US firms pull ads from Google as boycott over hate videos grows

Major US firms have pulled advertising from Google's YouTube platform as the internet giant faces widening pressure over hate videos.

State pension age should rise to 70 for those under 30, review recommends

State pension age should rise to 70 for those under 30, review recommends

People aged 30 and under face working until the age of 70 before they can draw a state pension under projections drawn up by a Government review.

Nicole Kidman explains her Oscars 'seal clapping' was to protect a ring

Nicole Kidman has explained her "awkward" seal-like clapping during the Oscars ceremony last month.

South Korea expert's children gatecrash live TV interview

South Korea expert's children gatecrash live TV interview

This is the rib-tickling moment two children stole the show from their dad as he gave a live interview on television.

Nick Clegg ends up as model in bizarre US airport poster

Nick Clegg ends up as model in bizarre US airport poster

He was once the deputy prime minister and is a household name in the UK, but it seems Nick Clegg has failed to make much of an impression on America.

Alligator returns to give pro golfer fright

Alligator returns to give pro golfer fright

An alligator bravely dispatched from the fairway by an American golfer during the Arnold Palmer Invitational returned for a second day - and this time it stood firm.

Snake on a plane! Passenger leaves reptile behind after Alaska flight

Snake on a plane! Passenger leaves reptile behind after Alaska flight

Of all the announcements passengers on an Alaskan commuter flight expected to hear, being told there was a snake on the plane probably wasn't one of them.

Gritters out in force overnight into the first day of Spring

Temperatures are set to drop overnight.

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Eagle Radio's Easter Egg Appeal is back

Thousands of children across Surrey and Hampshire receive an egg donated via the appeal every year.

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6 places to watch the 6 Nations in East Hampshire

Here's where you can enjoy the final round of matches on Saturday.

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Expectant mums will have more choices thanks to pilot scheme in Bordon

National surveys of new mothers revealed few had been fully aware of all of the options available to them.

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Its shocking drivers are still on the phone at the wheel in Hampshire: say police

180 people have been caught using their handsets since the tougher penalties have been introduced.

Guildford branded second most adulterous town in the UK

...and it is thought to be down to money.

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Watches with 'great sentimental value' stolen from Weybridge home

The watches belonged to the owner’s late father.

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Eagle Radio's Easter Egg Appeal is back

Thousands of children across Surrey and Hampshire receive an egg donated via the appeal every year.

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6 places to watch the 6 Nations in Elmbridge

Here's where you can enjoy the final round of matches on Saturday.

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Walton fire-fighters awarded for saving man's life - and not in a fire

The crew did all they could until ambulance teams could reach the scene.

Flames beat league champions Telford in playoff opener

It was a dream start for Paul Dixon's side who stunned Telford Tigers with a 3-0 win.

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Northmead students were 'back in playground' before Westminster attack

The Guildford school has released a statement after pupils visited the Houses of Parliament on the day of the attack.

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Guildford fight leaves man in hospital

He suffered facial injuries after the scrap in Waterden Road on Tuesday.

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Guildford branded second most adulterous town in the UK

...and it is thought to be down to money.

Flames beat league champions Telford in playoff opener

It was a dream start for Paul Dixon's side who stunned Telford Tigers with a 3-0 win.

Fleet teen 'will be killed' if government sends him back to Afghanistan

Walid Durani fled to the UK aged 14 after the Taliban beheaded his grandfather, now that he is 18 he has been told he must return. In a heart-wrenching interview he reveals the same could happen to him.

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Yateley man in court on multiple child sex offences

The 26 year old faces 16 counts of serious sexual offences against children.

Freddie and Mum

Yateley toddler Freddie Hunt readmitted to hospital

The toddler is back in hospital in America, just days before he is due to return home.

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Eagle Radio's Easter Egg Appeal is back

Thousands of children across Surrey and Hampshire receive an egg donated via the appeal every year.

Mayor of Elmbridge opens refurbished Hersham Squire's Garden Centre

Squire's Garden Centre was reopened last Friday, exactly 33 years to the day since it opened in 1984.

Eagle Radio's Easter Egg Appeal is back

Thousands of children across Surrey and Hampshire receive an egg donated via the appeal every year.

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6 places to watch the 6 Nations in Runnymede

We highlight six places in Runnymede to enjoy the final round of matches.

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Walton fire-fighters awarded for saving man's life - and not in a fire

The crew did all they could until ambulance teams could reach the scene.

St Peter's Hospital

Surrey hospital to charge disabled people to park

Ashford and St Peter's says Blue Badge holders will begin paying because the financial climate has become 'significantly more challenging'.

Animals at the orchard

LISTEN: How animals are helping dementia sufferers in Chertsey

Eagle Radio's Charity of the Year, The Orchard Dementia Centre had a special visit this week.

Aldershot Town get second consecutive win

The Shot ended last night's match against the Dagenham & Redbridge Daggers 3 - 1

Rushmoor New contract with Serco

More bin collections and less dog mess on Rushmoor's streets

Just some of the benefits promised under the Council's new contract with Serco.

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Local football roundup: Shots and Cards

A win for Aldershot Town - but a loss for Woking this weekend

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Eagle Radio's Easter Egg Appeal is back

Thousands of children across Surrey and Hampshire receive an egg donated via the appeal every year.

Aldershot Army accommodation

New housing for Aldershot troops - as the army prepares to close its German base

The first of the new units were craned in earlier this week - it is part of plans to accommodate troops when British Forces Germany closes down by 2020.

Brave 6-year-old Godalming boy saves his mum's life with 999 call

37-year-old Cyra has Type 1 Diabetes, and it's dangerous for her blood levels to drop too low.

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Eagle Radio's Easter Egg Appeal is back

Thousands of children across Surrey and Hampshire receive an egg donated via the appeal every year.

Anneliese Jay Regional COTY 2017

Godalming girl crowned best St John Ambulance cadet in the south

Anneliese Jay clinched the award at a regional competition in London.

rugby

6 places to watch the 6 Nations in Waverley

Here's where you can enjoy the final round of matches on Saturday.

Body found in church graveyard in Woking

Surrey Police were called this morning to the cemetery at St Mary the Virgin church in Horsell.

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Woking FC defeat Braintree Town 3 - 1

Woking pulled a rare victory against Braintree, making it four league wins for the Cards.

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Local football roundup: Shots and Cards

A win for Aldershot Town - but a loss for Woking this weekend

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Could Woking really get a flyover for trains?

The radical idea is being looked at in a bid to increase capacity on the railway.

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