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Police failings before Tilford puppy farm murders

A report from the Independent Police Complaints Commission has criticised Surrey Police.

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Tilford murders: Daughter & sister of victims responds to report criticising Surrey Police

John Lowe murdered Christine Lee and Lucy at a puppy farm in 2014.

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Up to two hours of delays after M25 collision

Two lanes closed causing 15 miles of queues.

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A "gentleman" who lost a "long, hard-fought battle" with cancer...tributes paid to Fleet man

A terminally ill man from Fleet whose family pleaded for help to save him on Eagle Radio, has died.

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Teenage Surrey racing driver who lost his legs issues heartfelt tribute to family and hospital staff

17 year old Billy Monger lost both his legs in a horrific crash at Donington Park in Derbyshire on Easter Sunday.

UK committed to 'deep and special EU partnership'

Britain wants a "deep and special partnership" with the EU after Brexit, Theresa May has told Brussels chiefs in talks at 10 Downing Street.

Boris Johnson backs Theresa May's Brexit credentials

Boris Johnson backs Theresa May's Brexit credentials

Boris Johnson has burst on to the General Election campaign stage declaring that Theresa May will "pull it off" in Brexit negotiations.

Second man held over murder of car theft victim Mike Samwell in Manchester

Second man held over murder of car theft victim Mike Samwell in Manchester

A second man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of a man who was killed by burglars who ran him over in his own car.

London Underground bomb was a 'prank', student tells court

London Underground bomb was a 'prank', student tells court

A university student with an interest in Islam planted a homemade ball-bearing bomb on a tube train in central London, a court has heard.

Swinton Insurance to axe 900 UK jobs as 84 branches under review

Swinton Insurance to axe 900 UK jobs as 84 branches under review

UK insurance broker Swinton has announced it plans to axe 900 jobs by the end of this year as more people choose to renew their policies online.

Silence Of The Lambs director Jonathan Demme dies aged 73

Film director Jonathan Demme has died aged 73, his publicist has confirmed.

Madonna lashes out against unauthorised biopic Blond Ambition

Madonna lashes out against unauthorised biopic Blond Ambition

Madonna has lashed out against an unauthorised biopic reportedly in the works at Universal Studios.

Jurassic Park: Jeff Goldblum reprises role in sequel

Jurassic Park: Jeff Goldblum reprises role in sequel

Jeff Goldblum will reprise his Jurassic Park role in the upcoming sequel to the 2015 spin-off Jurassic World.

Star Wars and Indiana Jones release dates revealed

Star Wars and Indiana Jones release dates revealed

Disney has revealed release dates for the final movie of the current Star Wars trilogy and the next Indiana Jones.

Cannes 2017: Is Will Smith fit to judge at world's most prestigious festival?

Cannes 2017: Is Will Smith fit to judge at world's most prestigious festival?

The Cannes Film Festival has announced eight key industry figures joining the jury at the world's most prestigious film festival.

Surrey Scorchers to face Leicester in Play-Offs after Bristol defeat

Creon Raftopoulos' side finished 8th in the BBL after a win and a loss over the weekend.

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Surrey Scorchers clinch BBL Play-Off spot

A 70-93 win over Plymouth on Saturday night took the pressure Creon Raftopoulos' side ahead of Sunday's match against Bristol.

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Shots 3-0 win away to North Ferriby United

The result moves them even closer to a play-off place.

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Aldershot keep play-off dreams alive with Dover win

The Shots beat Dover through a penalty in the second half.

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Aldershot Town take on Tranmere in battle for promotion

Gary Waddock's side will be playing in front of the cameras as the game is broadcast live on BT Sport.

Maria Sharapova wins first match after return from doping ban

Former world number one Maria Sharapova has won her first match after returning to tennis following a doping ban.

Video referees could be used for first time at 2018 Russia World Cup

Video referees could be used for first time at 2018 Russia World Cup

Video referees could be used at next year's World Cup in Russia for the first time, the head of FIFA has said.

Joey Barton banned from football for 18 months over betting

Joey Barton banned from football for 18 months over betting

The FA has announced that Burnley midfielder Joey Barton has been banned from football for 18 months for betting offences.

Sunderland boss David Moyes charged over slap threat to female reporter

Sunderland boss David Moyes charged over slap threat to female reporter

Sunderland boss David Moyes has been charged by the FA after threatening to slap a female reporter.

Serena Williams brands Ilie Nastase's comments 'racist' and 'sexist'

Serena Williams brands Ilie Nastase's comments 'racist' and 'sexist'

Serena Williams has accused Ilie Nastase of racially abusing her and her unborn child.

WATCH: Camberley shop loses alcohol license after selling illegal substance

In one instance a 17 year old was seen buying NO2 - or laughing gas.

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Air ambulance called after vehicle smashes into Camberley lampost

Emergency services rushed to the scene after the accident this morning on the A30.

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Surrey Heath village set to become "first hedgehog friendly village"

Rock legend Brian May says he is supporting them all the way.

Local Heroes 2015 on stage

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

Camberley Milestone

Historic Camberley milestone replaced after huge community effort

A campaign was launched to raise the £1,800 required to replace the new milestone.

US 'prepared to defend ourselves' over North Korea nuclear threat

The US is seeking a peaceful denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula but is "prepared to defend ourselves" in the face of any threat from North Korea, a security briefing has revealed.

Trump has 'no intention' of releasing his tax returns, despite clamour

Trump has 'no intention' of releasing his tax returns, despite clamour

President Donald Trump "has no intention" of releasing his tax returns to the public, the US treasury secretary has said.

Silence Of The Lambs director Jonathan Demme dies aged 73

Silence Of The Lambs director Jonathan Demme dies aged 73

Film director Jonathan Demme has died aged 73, his publicist has confirmed.

Video referees could be used for first time at 2018 Russia World Cup

Video referees could be used for first time at 2018 Russia World Cup

Video referees could be used at next year's World Cup in Russia for the first time, the head of FIFA has said.

French election: Boos for Macron after Le Pen upstages him

French election: Boos for Macron after Le Pen upstages him

Emmanuel Macron was booed and jeered by striking factory workers during a chaotic campaign visit in northern France.

Trump administration proposes corporate tax cuts of 20%

US President Donald Trump’s administration has unveiled plans for a drastic overhaul of the country’s tax system, including reducing corporate tax to 15%.

Trump has 'no intention' of releasing his tax returns, despite clamour

Trump has 'no intention' of releasing his tax returns, despite clamour

President Donald Trump "has no intention" of releasing his tax returns to the public, the US treasury secretary has said.

Swinton Insurance to axe 900 UK jobs as 84 branches under review

Swinton Insurance to axe 900 UK jobs as 84 branches under review

UK insurance broker Swinton has announced it plans to axe 900 jobs by the end of this year as more people choose to renew their policies online.

Business bosses put their heads together over Brexit challenges

Business bosses put their heads together over Brexit challenges

What happens when a Leave-backing hedge fund manager gets together with a pro-Remain former EU Commissioner?

Asset management giant Invesco eyes bid for $500m Source

Asset management giant Invesco eyes bid for $500m Source

The asset management giant which operates in the UK under the Invesco Perpetual brand is plotting a $500m takeover of Source, a London-based funds provider.

'Muddy' men's jeans on sale for £330 at Nordstrom in US

US clothing chain Nordstrom has launched a line of 'dirty' jeans which come with a 'crackled, caked-on muddy coating'.

Last remaining male rhino goes on Tinder to highlight crisis

Last remaining male rhino goes on Tinder to highlight crisis

A rare northern white rhino has gone onto the Tinder dating app in an attempt to keep his species alive.

Rare US Declaration of Independence copy discovered in Sussex

Rare US Declaration of Independence copy discovered in Sussex

A handwritten parchment of the US Declaration of Independence - only the second known to exist - has been found hidden away in a small English city.

Dinosaur egg fossils dating from 70 million years ago found in China

Dinosaur egg fossils dating from 70 million years ago found in China

Fossilised dinosaur eggs from 70 million years ago have been unearthed on a building site in China.

Mystery surrounds treasure trove of gold coins hidden in piano in Shropshire

Mystery surrounds treasure trove of gold coins hidden in piano in Shropshire

Investigators have been left scratching their heads as to why a treasure trove of gold coins was hidden in an old piano.

LISTEN: Help Petersfield woman's grandad collect medal for part in D-Day

Megan-Beth Millar is raising money for her grandfather to collect a prestigious medal in Normandy for his part in the D-Day landings in 1944.

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Hampshire residents refuse to pay £80 litter fine - end up worse off

They had to cough up almost eight times the original fine!

Local Heroes 2015 on stage

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

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Over 200 jobs lost as banks closes in East Hampshire

Check to see if your branch is safe...

Elmbridge man warns against health dangers of Heathrow expansion

Jan Coebergh lives in Hinchley Wood and is part of the group RAGE (Residents Action Group Elmbridge).

Local Heroes 2015 on stage

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

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REVEALED: The most and least hygienic places to buy food in Elmbridge

We've been taking a look at the restaurants, takeaways and food shops that have received either a zero of five star rating from the Food Standards Agency.

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14 years of suicide rates in Elmbridge revealed

Suicides in Elmbridge between 2002 and 2015 have been revealed.

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Guildford branded second most adulterous town in the UK

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

Elderly woman left shaken after attempted theft at Godalming Waitrose

Police want to speak to a man caught on camera nearby.

Local Heroes 2015 on stage

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

Elderly woman left shaken after attempted theft at Godalming Waitrose

Police want to speak to a man caught on camera nearby.

Local Heroes 2015 on stage

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

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Godalming accident: Cyclist left with 'life changing' injuries

The cyclist, in his 50s, collided with a red Mazda.

LISTEN: Fighting mental health stigma through gardening and upholstery

How a Guildford charity is helping to change the stigma around mental health.

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Man stabbed in Guildford attack

Police say they believe the victim and his attacker were known to each other.

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Liverpool football legend to visit Guildford's Merrist Wood College

Sammy Lee will help run a football course at the college, raising money for Mane Chance Sanctuary.

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Has your dog got what it takes to star on a Guildford stage?

Guildford Shakespeare Company is hunting for three 'large but docile dogs'...

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WATCH: Interview with Guildford London Marathon hero

A volunteer who helped an exhausted runner over the finish line tells Eagle the response has been "fantastic"

Flames through to Playoffs semis

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

Guildford Flames - Danny Meyers at Home

Guildford Flames go 2 - 3 against Telford Tigers

Last night's game saw the Flames still at the top of their table, but with everything to still play for in the last two matches.

Andrew Hemmings - Guildford Flames Forward

Guildford Flames lead playoffs going into round four

Following a weekend of successful matches, the Flames are looking strong as they face off against Telford Tigers this Wednesday.

Will Mar, Guildford Flames

Flames face Phantoms as playoffs hit halfway mark

The Guildford Flames will play the Peterborough Phantoms tonight following their 3-2 victory over Sheffield Steeldogs last night.

Mike Will Guildford Flames

Flames prepare for second leg of playoffs

Following their 3-nil win on Wednesday, the Flames move on to face the Sheffield Steeldogs tonight at 6pm

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

law courts

Yateley man pleads guilty to child sex attacks

Michael Ian Lee Gibbons - of Dickens Way - admitted 16 counts on children under the age of 13.

Drugs Surrey

18 arrested across areas of Hampshire for crime on the roads

Crimes ranged from possession of Class A drugs to theft and driving while under the influence of drugs.

Parking (5)

Can you help sort out Grayshott's parking problem?

Currently there are no restrictions on parking on main roads or in council car parks in the village.

children

Odiham army mum shares her experience of adoption

Zoe and her partner adopted three boys through the Armed Forces charity SSAFA - after initially being turned down by a Local Authority.

LISTEN: Fleet teen fears death if sent back to Afghanistan

In a heart-wrenching interview, a Fleet teen describes his fear of being killed if the government sends him back to his home country.

glen cancer

A "gentleman" who lost a "long, hard-fought battle" with cancer...tributes paid to Fleet man

A terminally ill man from Fleet whose family pleaded for help to save him on Eagle Radio, has died.

Local Heroes 2015 on stage

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

blackwater

Women is punched in the face SEVERAL times

Police want to hear from witnesses.

law courts

Yateley man pleads guilty to child sex attacks

Michael Ian Lee Gibbons - of Dickens Way - admitted 16 counts on children under the age of 13.

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

Barrow Hills - Ceramic Pigs

Why you might spot painted pigs in Haslemere...

It is the launch of the "Haslemere Hogs" initiative

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

Mayor's Consort Mr Nigel Shipley, Sarah Squire, Mayor of Elmbridge Tannia Shipley, Colin Squire, Tim Spearman

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.

Police must focus on mental health and online safety say young people in Hampshire

The Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed recommendations, identifying the important policing issues for young people.

Chertsey woman makes Guinness World Records after London Marathon

Meg Walker was running as part of a team of five in costume- to raise money for Clic Sargent.

Local Heroes 2015 on stage

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

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Your chance to win £40 for gardening

Entries for Greenfingers of Runnymede 2017 are now open!

chertsey

Young boy dragged up street in Chertsey during brutal Easter attack

Police are trying to work out what caused a young boy to be seriously assaulted.

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Man assaulted in Addlestone Good Friday group attack

Three men got out of a black Mercedes and assaulted a man in a white Transit van.

LISTEN: The inspiration for a Guinness World Record in Farnborough

The creator of a work of art that broke a Guinness World Record in Farnborough has shared his inspiration for it.

Local Heroes 2015 on stage

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

Aldershot Town FC

Aldershot keep play-off dreams alive with Dover win

The Shots beat Dover through a penalty in the second half.

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Family of 'truly exceptional' Aldershot teenager pay tribute as killer is jailed

She and another runner were mowed down in November last year.

South-East Water holds open exhibition for Yateley Residents

The exhibition shall be showcasing proposals for a new water mains that will run through Sandhurst and Yateley.

Have You Heard Of The Blow Cup Challenge?

We've had cats with bread on their faces and ice buckets poured over heads but now the next internet craze seems to be... the 'Blow Cup Challenge'.

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Keith From Portsmouth Wins £1000 Live On Air

Keith from Portsmouth became Eagle Radio's latest winner on the £1000 Minute this Morning on the Peter Gordon Breakfast Show.

LISTEN: How you shopping could help disabled residents in Farnham

Your shopping could help disabled Farnham residents to enjoy gardening in the summer weather.

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Police failings before Tilford puppy farm murders

A report from the Independent Police Complaints Commission has criticised Surrey Police.

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Tilford murders: Daughter & sister of victims responds to report criticising Surrey Police

John Lowe murdered Christine Lee and Lucy at a puppy farm in 2014.

Local Heroes 2015 on stage

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

Ambulance (2)

Cranleigh residents protest against stroke care proposals in West Surrey

The PPG is asking the public to sign a petition in the town centre today - to ensure rapid treatment for residents.

Residents fearful after Woking street light switch off

Surrey County Council say it's for money saving purposes.

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Woking's jungle play area to close temporarily

It is all to make improvements...

Chloe Boyes Local Hero 2016

The 8-year-old hero who bounced back from tragedy

"You always worry about your children when they go through something so horrendous."

Local Heroes 2015 on stage

Eagle Radio's Local Heroes is back!

Nominations open today to recognise Surrey and Hampshire's community champions.

Huge holiday home dumped on Yateley roadside

It is not clear how it got there...

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Is Jurassic World 2 being filmed in Yateley woodland?

Dog walkers have seen some strange movements among the trees...

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Yateley Common fire 'likely to have been started deliberately'

Hampshire Fire and Rescue Group Manager Joey Leonard says people using areas such as Yateley Common have to take extra care.

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Flames take hold of Yateley Common again overnight

Fire crew put out another blaze in an area of scrubland last night after fighting flames all afternoon.

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