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Woking residents told to store water as supply issues hit

A burst water main on Gogmore Farm Park is causing the issues.

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M25 hit by two incidents during morning rush hour

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One lane reopens on A31 Hogs Back after emergency repairs

Part of the road surface melted this week in extreme heat.

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Surrey farmer warns of danger of fires during hot weather

The recent heatwave and a very dry spring in our area means huge swathes of land are at risk.

Aldershot car burnt

PHOTOS: Car goes up in flames in Aldershot

Crews from Rushmoor Fire Station tackled the blaze last night.

Ex-UVF commander Gary Haggarty pleads guilty to 200 terror charges

Former loyalist paramilitary commander Gary Haggarty has pleaded guilty to 200 terrorist offences, including five murders.

Grenfell Tower blaze started in fridge freezer

Grenfell Tower blaze started in fridge freezer

The Grenfell Tower blaze started in a Hotpoint fridge freezer and the building's insulation and cladding have failed safety tests, according to investigators.

Theresa May: EU citizens offer is 'fair and serious'

Theresa May: EU citizens offer is 'fair and serious'

Theresa May has said her proposals for the post-Brexit status of EU citizens living in Britain are "fair and serious", as European figures gave them a cautious welcome.

Average car insurance bills soar £90 in a year

Average car insurance bills soar £90 in a year

The average annual car insurance premium has risen by £90 during the last year to around £666, research shows.

Consumers locked into 'risky' Hinkley Point nuclear plant, report warns

Consumers locked into 'risky' Hinkley Point nuclear plant, report warns

Consumers are locked into a "risky and expensive project" over the Government deal for a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point, the National Audit Office (NAO) has warned.

Johnny Depp jokes onstage about assassinating President Trump

Johnny Depp has joked about assassinating President Donald Trump while appearing on stage at the Glastonbury Festival.

Ron Howard steps in as director for Star Wars spin-off Han Solo

Ron Howard steps in as director for Star Wars spin-off Han Solo

Ron Howard has been announced as the replacement director to take over Lucasfilm's new Star Wars spin-off Han Solo.

Ricky Gervais defends AIDS joke after Twitter backlash

Ricky Gervais defends AIDS joke after Twitter backlash

Comedian Ricky Gervais has defended a controversial joke he made on Twitter about AIDS .

Diane Keaton wants James Norton to be the next Bond

Diane Keaton wants James Norton to be the next Bond

Hollywood veteran Diane Keaton has told Sky News she is backing Briton James Norton to be the next James Bond.

Andy Warhol's first selfie could fetch millions at auction

Andy Warhol's first selfie could fetch millions at auction

A self-portrait taken by pop artist Andy Warhol will go on auction for the first time, with an estimate price of up to £7m.

Guildford Flames sign Swedish defenceman

Calle Ackered joins the Flames roster.

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Surrey reach Royal London One-Day Cup final

Gareth Batty's side will be in the final at Lord's or the third year running.

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Aldershot Town's match day programme 'best in the league'

The Shots received the Football Conference Programme of the Year Award for the second time on Saturday.

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Woking Football in the Community rewarded for local schools project

"Maths of the Day" won the Best Schools Project.

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Aldershot Town are recruiting for their Under 17 squad

Do you have what it takes to represent the Shots at youth level?

Ireland and Afghanistan to play Test cricket after ICC vote

Ireland and Afghanistan have attained Test status after being awarded full membership by the International Cricket Council.

Froome to lead Team Sky in Tour de France challenge

Froome to lead Team Sky in Tour de France challenge

Team Sky have unveiled their team for the Tour de France with Chris Froome leading the team's attempt at their fifth and his fourth win.

Tennis champion Boris Becker declared bankrupt

Tennis champion Boris Becker declared bankrupt

Former Wimbledon champion Boris Becker says he is "surprised and disappointed" to be declared bankrupt.

India arrests 15 people for celebrating Pakistan cricket team's win

India arrests 15 people for celebrating Pakistan cricket team's win

Indian police have arrested 15 people for celebrating the Pakistan cricket team's victory over India in the ICC Champions Trophy final.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho accused of tax evasion in Spain

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho accused of tax evasion in Spain

A Spanish prosecutor has filed a claim against Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho over alleged tax fraud.

WATCH: Young Camberley shoppers Happy Father’s Day messages

The Mall handed the reigns over to children doing their Father’s Day shopping to share their messages online.

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Michael Gove to appear on tv comedy show

The Surrey Heath MP will join former prime minister Tony Blair on tonight's The Last Leg on Channel 4.

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Michael Gove in sensational return to Government

The Surrey Heath MP is back Cabinet reshuffle following the General Election.

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Elderly woman hit by bus in Camberley

There is a huge police and ambulance presence on Knoll Road.

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Camberley parking glitch - 'I was hit for £2,800'

Seeing the huge sum leave his account left him 'feeling sick'.

North Korea denies torturing detained US student Otto Warmbier

North Korea has denied torturing a US student who was detained for more than a year and died days after being released in a coma.

Theresa May: EU citizens offer is 'fair and serious'

Theresa May: EU citizens offer is 'fair and serious'

Theresa May has said her proposals for the post-Brexit status of EU citizens living in Britain are "fair and serious", as European figures gave them a cautious welcome.

Canadian sniper breaks record by killing IS fighter more than two miles away

Canadian sniper breaks record by killing IS fighter more than two miles away

A sniper in the Canadian special forces has broken a British-held record for the longest confirmed kill after shooting dead an IS fighter from more than two miles away.

Donald Trump picks Woody Johnson to be US ambassador to Britain

Donald Trump picks Woody Johnson to be US ambassador to Britain

Donald Trump has confirmed he will nominate billionaire businessman Woody Johnson as US ambassador to the UK.

Johnny Depp jokes onstage about assassinating President Trump

Johnny Depp jokes onstage about assassinating President Trump

Johnny Depp has joked about assassinating President Donald Trump while appearing on stage at the Glastonbury Festival.

Santander turns to digital technology to offer mortgages via video link

Santander customers will be able to apply for a mortgage via video link, in the latest example of lenders investing in technology to increase their market share.

Online punters cheated out of winnings, watchdog finds

Online punters cheated out of winnings, watchdog finds

Online punters are being cheated out of winnings they expected to receive, a City watchdog has found.

Average car insurance bills soar £90 in a year

Average car insurance bills soar £90 in a year

The average annual car insurance premium has risen by £90 during the last year to around £666, research shows.

Consumers locked into 'risky' Hinkley Point nuclear plant, report warns

Consumers locked into 'risky' Hinkley Point nuclear plant, report warns

Consumers are locked into a "risky and expensive project" over the Government deal for a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point, the National Audit Office (NAO) has warned.

Facebook reveals plans to tackle online extremism

Facebook reveals plans to tackle online extremism

Facebook has revealed plans to tackle extremism by educating charities and other organisations on countering hate speech.

Hungry hackers stole $3k worth of snacks from CIA vending machines over several months

The CIA has admitted it was penetrated by an insider network - of hi-tech snack thieves.

Could dangerous toothpick crossbow craze be new fidget spinner?

Could dangerous toothpick crossbow craze be new fidget spinner?

Parents in China are calling for the latest toy craze - miniature crossbows that shoot toothpicks - to be banned.

Killer whales 'chasing' Alaskan fishermen to steal catch

Killer whales 'chasing' Alaskan fishermen to steal catch

Alaskan fisherman say they are being "chased out" of the Bering Sea by pods of killer whales which are stripping their lines of fish.

Glastonbury attendees' wee to power festival displays

Glastonbury attendees' wee to power festival displays

The lavatory facilities at festivals can often be feared as pits of despair, but a team of scientists are set to turn Glastonbury goers' wee into energy.

118-year-old painting by Brit explorer Dr Edward Wilson discovered in Antarctica

118-year-old painting by Brit explorer Dr Edward Wilson discovered in Antarctica

A lost 118-year-old painting by one of Britain's most famous explorers has been discovered in Antarctica.

REVEALED: ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated primary schools in East Hampshire

After parents across Surrey and Hampshire found out if their child got a place at their preferred primary schools, we look into which ones have received an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted.

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Vote now for your favourite local restaurant

Time is running out to vote for your favourite restaurant in Surrey and Hampshire.

London Fire

WATCH: Advice on staying safe in high rise buildings

If a fire occurred in your flat or block would you know what to do?

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WATCH: Staying safe in high rise buildings

Following the tragedy at Grenfell Tower, Hampshire Fire and Rescue has issued this advice.

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Parents warned to advise children ahead of school proms

The Safer North Hampshire team are urging parents to make sure their children are safe for their celebration.

REVEALED: ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated primary schools in Elmbridge

After parents across Surrey and Hampshire found out if their child got a place at their preferred primary schools, we look into which ones have received an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted.

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Vote now for your favourite local restaurant

Time is running out to vote for your favourite restaurant in Surrey and Hampshire.

Anne Milton Portrait

Two more Surrey MPs appointed to government

Guildford MP Anne Milton is education minister - and Esher and Walton's Dominic Raab is justice minister.

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"No progress" in French Alps Surrey family murders inquiry - brother

The brother of a British engineer gunned down alongside his family says he does not trust French police of the prosecutor.

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Police find body of 17 year-old in Oxshott

He was discovered on Sunday morning.

REVEALED: ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated primary schools in Guildford

After parents across Surrey and Hampshire found out if their child got a place at their preferred primary schools, we look into which ones have received an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted.

Hogs Back melting, A31

One lane reopens on A31 Hogs Back after emergency repairs

Part of the road surface melted this week in extreme heat.

ACM Petition Electric Theatre

ACM completes lease signing of The Electric Theatre in Guildford

The ACM will run The Electric Theatre as a performing arts venue with community use.

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Vote now for your favourite local restaurant

Time is running out to vote for your favourite restaurant in Surrey and Hampshire.

Hogs Back melting

Hogs Back still shut this morning for emergency repairs

The A31 westbound from Guildford towards Farnham closed yesterday afternoon after heat melted the tarmac.

Guildford Flames sign Swedish defenceman

Calle Ackered joins the Flames roster.

Guildford Flames Tom Duggan

Ben Campbell returns to Guildford Flames as club sign to top level

"I'm excited to be here at the start of this new chapter in the flames history.."

Ben Davies, Guildford Flames

Guildford Flames make first Elite League signing

Former Great Britain Jr. and Sr. skater Ben Davies has joined the Flames.

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Flames through to Playoffs semis

It follows their two wins last weekend which left them top of the table in Group A.

REVEALED: ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated primary schools in Hart

After parents across Surrey and Hampshire found out if their child got a place at their preferred primary schools, we look into which ones have received an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted.

restaurant

Vote now for your favourite local restaurant

Time is running out to vote for your favourite restaurant in Surrey and Hampshire.

Mark Baldwin

Fleet father-of-two 'drowned' after falling into canal

The inquest for 45 year-old Mark Baldwin has today taken place at Basingstoke Magistrates' Court.

Beijing Restaurant - Dirty dishes stacked left unwashed from evening before

Blackwater restaurant admits food hygiene offences

The restaurant has since been taken into new ownership and it is the previous owners who have been prosecuted.

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M3 reopens after closing during early morning rush

It is after an incident overnight involving overhead power cables.

How Many Eurovision Winners Can You Name?

Ahead of tonight's Eurovision Song Contest, how many past winners can you and your family name?

REVEALED: ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated primary schools in Runnymede

After parents across Surrey and Hampshire found out if their child got a place at their preferred primary schools, we look into which ones have received an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted.

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Vote now for your favourite local restaurant

Time is running out to vote for your favourite restaurant in Surrey and Hampshire.

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Water kills more people than fire in Surrey

The figures are revealed as a water safety event will take place in Runnymede today.

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Teenage girl allegedly suffers sex assault in Egham

The incident is reported to have happened on Saturday (May 13) evening near to Natwest Bank.

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Surrey and Hampshire's Best Pub 2017: Voting begins

The nominations for our Listener Choice Awards are in and now it is down to a public vote.

REVEALED: ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated primary schools in Rushmoor

After parents across Surrey and Hampshire found out if their child got a place at their preferred primary schools, we look into which ones have received an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted.

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PHOTOS: Car goes up in flames in Aldershot

Crews from Rushmoor Fire Station tackled the blaze last night.

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Vote now for your favourite local restaurant

Time is running out to vote for your favourite restaurant in Surrey and Hampshire.

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Missing vulnerable Farnborough man found

Police say David Roilance is safe and well.

South West Trains

'Signalling problem' between Farnborough and Woking stations

Some lines are blocked - expect delays up to 5pm.

LISTEN: It pays to be older and heavier at this Cranleigh sporting event

Cranleigh Rugby Club's 'Fat Boy 7s' event on Saturday is supporting Help for Heroes.

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REVEALED: ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated primary schools in Waverley

After parents across Surrey and Hampshire found out if their child got a place at their preferred primary schools, we look into which ones have received an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted.

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Frensham Pond users slam 'disgusting' litter louts

"You can help us manage Frensham more effectively by taking your waste home with you."

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Vote now for your favourite local restaurant

Time is running out to vote for your favourite restaurant in Surrey and Hampshire.

Hogs Back melting

Hogs Back still shut this morning for emergency repairs

The A31 westbound from Guildford towards Farnham closed yesterday afternoon after heat melted the tarmac.

REVEALED: ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated primary schools in Woking

After parents across Surrey and Hampshire found out if their child got a place at their preferred primary schools, we look into which ones have received an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted.

Gogmore Farm Park

Woking residents told to store water as supply issues hit

A burst water main on Gogmore Farm Park is causing the issues.

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Vote now for your favourite local restaurant

Time is running out to vote for your favourite restaurant in Surrey and Hampshire.

Mayford Arms

Three men in hospital after Woking pub assault

The suspects had fled the scene prior to police arrival and but are believed to have left in a small black vehicle.

Rick Parfitt blue plaque

Status Quo legend Rick Parfitt honoured with blue plaque in Woking

It was unveiled today (June 15) in Jubilee Square.

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