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A look ahead to Bordon's new town centre

Find out how it might look at a public consultation starting today.

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2,200 pubs lost in Surrey and Hampshire

Guildford has lost the most in our area, with 74 going.

Woking Victoria Way

More misery for drivers in Woking this weekend

If you thought road closures in Woking were just about over - think again.

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Crash involving two lorries and a car on M25 near Staines

We're hearing there's congestion back to J15 for the M4.

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New efforts to find gun missing in Redhill burglary

Police need the public's help in finding the missing firearm.

Squatters braced for eviction over Buckingham Palace 'security risk'

Squatters in a seven-storey building just metres away from Buckingham Palace are preparing for the prospect of eviction after being branded a possible risk to the Queen's security.

Pollution study: Tens of thousands of children breathing in toxic air

Pollution study: Tens of thousands of children breathing in toxic air

Tens of thousands of children in a quarter of London schools are being exposed to illegal levels of air pollution that can cause lifelong health problems, a study has found.

David Miliband: Labour at its weakest for 50 years under Corbyn

David Miliband: Labour at its weakest for 50 years under Corbyn

David Miliband has thrown himself into Labour's by-election infighting by declaring the party is at its weakest for 50 years, while also refusing to rule out a comeback.

Rory McIlroy says game of golf with Donald Trump not 'an endorsement'

Rory McIlroy says game of golf with Donald Trump not 'an endorsement'

Rory McIlroy has defended his decision to play golf with Donald Trump after a flood of criticism and abuse, saying it "was, quite simply, a round of golf".

Paying for a pint with your finger: The tech that could kill off cards

Paying for a pint with your finger: The tech that could kill off cards

Camden Market in north London. A swirl of people hunting for bargains, trends and photo opportunities. And amid it all is a chance to see the future.

Jodie Foster tells demostrators at rally it is time to resist Donald Trump

Hollywood star Jodie Foster has told protesters it is "time to resist" during a rally against Donald Trump's hard-line immigration policies.

Will practice make perfect for La La Land star?

Will practice make perfect for La La Land star?

La La Land actor Ryan Gosling says he had two choices when making the Oscar nominated movie - learn to play piano or "shatter the dreams" of director Damien Chazelle.

Foo Fighters to headline at Glastonbury 2017

Foo Fighters to headline at Glastonbury 2017

The Foo Fighters have been announced as headliners for Glastonbury Festival 2017.

Emma Thompson 'too sad' to do Love Actually sequel without Alan Rickman

Emma Thompson 'too sad' to do Love Actually sequel without Alan Rickman

Emma Thompson says she is "too sad" after the death of her Love Actually co-star Alan Rickman to appear in a Comic Relief sequel to the hit film. 

Beyonce to miss Coachella festival 'on doctors' advice'

Beyonce to miss Coachella festival 'on doctors' advice'

Beyonce has pulled out of this year's Coachella festival following advice from her doctors.

Guildford Flames face 'biggest shake up in club's history'

From the 2017/18 season the side will compete in the Elite Ice Hockey League, a huge step up from the current English Premier League.

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Aldershot Town manager approached by Football League Club

The club has confirmed that they were approached for permission to speak to Gary Waddock and James Rowe.

Sutton FC vs Arsenal

Dream over for Sutton United

After losing to Arsenal, the club's memorable run in the FA Cup has come to an end.

Sutton FC vs Arsenal

Fans hold their breath as Sutton United hope to do the unthinkable

The team take on Premier League big boys Arsenal tonight in the FA Cup.

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Surrey Storm kick of 2017 season with win over Severn Stars

It was a punishing 58-40 win at Surrey Sports Park.

Rory McIlroy says game of golf with Donald Trump not 'an endorsement'

Rory McIlroy has defended his decision to play golf with Donald Trump after a flood of criticism and abuse, saying it "was, quite simply, a round of golf".

Claudio Ranieri: Sacked Leicester City boss says his 'dream has died'

Claudio Ranieri: Sacked Leicester City boss says his 'dream has died'

Sacked Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has responded to his dismissal, saying: "Yesterday my dream died."

Ranieri defied 5,000-1 odds - but it wasn't enough for Leicester

Ranieri defied 5,000-1 odds - but it wasn't enough for Leicester

In Monte Carlo last week, Usain Bolt attempted the greatest sporting selfie of all time at the star-studded Laureus Awards. 

Ben Stokes becomes most expensive foreign player in Indian Premier League history

Ben Stokes becomes most expensive foreign player in Indian Premier League history

Ben Stokes has become the most expensive foreign player in Indian Premier League history after being signed for $2.17m (£1.74m) by the Rising Pune Supergiants at auction.

Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts

Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts

Seven sports that lost all public funding ahead of Tokyo 2020 have had their appeals to UK Sport rejected.

WATCH: Have you heard of Camberley Kate and her dogs?

She was once a 'local celebrity' but how well remembered is the mysterious woman today?

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LISTEN: Dasher the puppy tragically dies after being dumped in Cobham

Sue Walters, manager of Millbrook RSPCA tells us how the other five puppies dumped in a bucket in Chobham are making a strong recovery, but sadly Dasher couldn't make it.

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LISTEN: Thousands raised for loveable Camberley man's final farewell

We speak to Louise Quigley who set up a Just Giving page so homeless man 'Jock' can have the send off he deserves.

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LISTEN: Camberley concert launched to change sick local lad's life

Marc Oliver tells us about 'Logan's Concert' and why money needs to be raised to change this little lad's life.

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LISTEN: "It is just an unacceptable situation for local businesses"

Jesse Boulton from SIG Roofline in Camberley tells us how the latest set of roadworks are damaging the business.

Jodie Foster tells demostrators at rally it is time to resist Donald Trump

Hollywood star Jodie Foster has told protesters it is "time to resist" during a rally against Donald Trump's hard-line immigration policies.

Donations top $500,000 for Indian man shot dead in Kansas 'hate crime'

Donations top $500,000 for Indian man shot dead in Kansas 'hate crime'

More than half a million dollars has been raised in a day for the family of an Indian man shot dead in a suspected hate crime at a Kansas bar.

French prosecutors launch judicial inquiry into Francois Fillon 'fake jobs' claims

French prosecutors launch judicial inquiry into Francois Fillon 'fake jobs' claims

French prosecutors have opened a judicial inquiry into claims Francois Fillon gave his wife a "fake job".

White House excludes news outlets including CNN and New York Times from briefing

White House excludes news outlets including CNN and New York Times from briefing

The White House has excluded several news outlets from a media briefing, leading to accusations Donald Trump is retaliating for unwelcome reporting.

'Revenge mission' for Iraqi forces liberating Mosul from Islamic State

'Revenge mission' for Iraqi forces liberating Mosul from Islamic State

Windows rattle to the violent percussion of mortars and rockets.

Paying for a pint with your finger: The tech that could kill off cards

Camden Market in north London. A swirl of people hunting for bargains, trends and photo opportunities. And amid it all is a chance to see the future.

HSBC and Rio Tinto chairs get call to replace BT's Rake

HSBC and Rio Tinto chairs get call to replace BT's Rake

The chairmen of HSBC and Rio Tinto are engaged in a two-horse race to replace Sir Mike Rake at the helm of BT Group's board as the telecoms group battles to hammer out a deal with Ofcom over the future of its Openreach infrastructure unit.

Royal Mail to increase stamp prices from next month

Royal Mail to increase stamp prices from next month

The price of stamps is to increase next month, Royal Mail has announced.

Peugeot boss offering assurance over Vauxhall in talks

Peugeot boss offering assurance over Vauxhall in talks

The boss of Peugeot has come to Britain to give assurances about the future of Vauxhall, should a deal to buy it go ahead.

UK banks told: Don't try clever schemes to get round Brexit

UK banks told: Don't try clever schemes to get round Brexit

A key member of Germany's central bank has warned UK-based lenders not to dream up clever tactics to get round restrictions to EU access after Brexit.

Men and women 'need different things' to keep friendships alive

Your ability to keep long-distance friendships alive may depend on your gender, according to a new study.

Police officer commandeers gritter lorry to find missing boy

Police officer commandeers gritter lorry to find missing boy

A missing boy has been found thanks to a quick-thinking police officer who commandeered a gritter lorry to track him down.

Unidentified sea creature washes up on Philippines beach

Unidentified sea creature washes up on Philippines beach

The remains of a mysterious sea creature have washed up on the shore of the Philippines.

Ancient microbes found trapped in crystals in Mexican cave system

Ancient microbes found trapped in crystals in Mexican cave system

A population of microbes that are tens of thousands of years old has been discovered in a place called Hell.

'Enormous' £1m cannabis haul found in raid on 1980s nuclear bunker

'Enormous' £1m cannabis haul found in raid on 1980s nuclear bunker

Police have found "thousands" of cannabis plants, valued at more than £1m, in an underground nuclear bunker built during the 1980s.

2,200 pubs lost in Surrey and Hampshire

Guildford has lost the most in our area, with 74 going.

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LISTEN: How people with special needs are becoming rock stars in Alton

How music sessions are reaching out to youngsters with a wide range of learning difficulties.

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LISTEN: Your chance to share memories of travelling by steam train

How a community project aims to 'create new stories from past ones'.

Peter Marsh

LISTEN: Bereaved Bordon man: "We must keep hospice going"

It costs £20,000 a day to provide all of the charity's services.

WATCH: We go behind the wheel with Lewis Hamilton in Weybridge

What music is he into? Who were his inspirations growing up? Lewis Hamilton reveals all in an interview with Eagle Radio as Mercedes Benz World celebrates its tenth year anniversary.

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LISTEN: 'Up to half million children in the UK live in desperate situations'

It's 'alarming' how many children face abuse, neglect or trauma at home.

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LISTEN: How Walton rower took on 'ultimate challenge' in memory of father

After his dad died from a brain tumour, Callum Gathercole wanted to do something in his memory.

Staines-upon-Thames flooding

LISTEN: New scheme to reduce flooding for 15,000 businesses and homes

How a government project to reduce flooding for properties and businesses within the Thames floodplain.

Oasis childrens charity

LISTEN: How a grant improved playtime for vulnerable Elmbridge children

Elmbridge Community Fund's donation helped expand a Cobham charity's play area.

2,200 pubs lost in Surrey and Hampshire

Guildford has lost the most in our area, with 74 going.

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Guildford Flames face 'biggest shake up in club's history'

From the 2017/18 season the side will compete in the Elite Ice Hockey League, a huge step up from the current English Premier League.

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A near miss for Shamley Green Reindeer during Storm Doris

They were just enjoying themselves in their pen when...

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Guildford ACM alumni basks in success of Brit Award winner

Two graduates from the Academy of Contemporary Music helped develop Rag 'n' Bone Man, who won the British Breakthrough Act award.

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Guildford ACM alumni to feature at tonight's Brit Awards

From the pair who developed and signed Rag n Bone Man, to the vocalist performing for Clean Bandit, we hear which ACM locals will feature at tonight's awards.

PHOTOS: Yateley man's dramatic recovery from brain tumour

The inspirational story of a 24 year old man's battle with a brain tumour.

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LISTEN: How Hart Foodbank changed the life of a domestic abuse victim

The charity helped give a Fleet woman a fresh start in life, when she needed it most.

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LISTEN: How meeting in a shed can improve your mental health

A new project in Hart is promoting social interaction among males.

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LISTEN: How one simple check up could save YOUR child's life

A Yateley mum has shared her vital advice about brain tumour awareness.

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Yateley's Freddie sits up after previously struggling with paralysis

The toddler has managed to sit up and play after struggling with paralysis earlier this week.

Can you help fulfill this elderly dementia sufferer's dream?

Patsy Houghton spends much of her time at The Orchard Dementia Centre and this one favour from someone would make her so happy.

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LISTEN: Uproar at plans for new Runnymede 'garden village'

Nigel Moss from the Wentworth Residents Association tells us why the new village would be a disaster for the local area.

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LISTEN: Runnymede food banks face 'increasing pressures'

Helen Hallett runs the Runnymede foodbanks and tells us how numbers of people coming through their doors are on the up.

East to West Logo: Charity of the year shortlisted

LISTEN: Egham's East to West charity celebrates 20 years

We speak to the charity's CEO Anthony Horton who tells us how far East to West has come in its time.

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LISTEN: The hash tag promoting positive mental health in Surrey

We speak to Natasha Iles from the Eikon Charity who tells us about their latest campaign.

2,200 pubs lost in Surrey and Hampshire

Guildford has lost the most in our area, with 74 going.

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LISTEN: Farnborough amputee wins national award for community work

Mark MacGowan shares what motivates him to 'give something back' to those in need.

Jack Mason

WATCH: Aldershot busker melts hearts with live performance on Eagle

Jack Mason has been singing on the streets of Surrey and Hampshire and now looks set for the big time.

Waddock

Aldershot Town manager approached by Football League Club

The club has confirmed that they were approached for permission to speak to Gary Waddock and James Rowe.

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Video of Surrey & Hampshire busker goes viral

Jack has "the voice of an angel."

LISTEN: How Cranleigh community award winner helps girls 'be themselves'

Girl guide leader Sue Whitaker won the first ever Roger Coupe Star Award.

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LISTEN: 15-year-old boy inspires classmates to donate toys to children

David Hoyle encouraged friends at St Dominic's school in Hambledon to donate to Eagle Radio's Toy Appeal.

Farnham timebank

LISTEN: How paying for things with time can benefit the whole community

It's been described as 'volunteering with a twist'.

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Hundreds of homes without power during Storm Doris

UK Power Networks tell us engineers are working as quickly as possible.

Children's eye

Children of alcoholic parents calling a charity for bedtime stories

The National Association for Children of Alcoholics, says it speaks to some callers so often, their favourite books are now kept by the phones.

2,200 pubs lost in Surrey and Hampshire

Guildford has lost the most in our area, with 74 going.

Woking Victoria Way

More misery for drivers in Woking this weekend

If you thought road closures in Woking were just about over - think again.

Alix Manders

Woking mum opens up about parenting with cancer

Alix Manders was told she had cancer while pregnant with her third child, now she's been told her only hope is through immunotherapy costing £100,000.

Woking Victoria Way closed south-bound between Lockfield Drive and Goldsworth Road

More misery for drivers in Woking this weekend

If you thought road closures in Woking were just about over - think again.

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Woking host Southport at the Kingfield Stadium

Woking take on Southport this Saturday in the Vanarama National League.

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