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Surrey and Hampshire Police warn of "aquaplaning" in heavy rain

Officers say they've been dealing with a number of crashes.

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House of Fraser in Camberley saved from closure

The store will remain open after striking a new deal.

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Woman racially abused by boy in Farnborough

She was walking past Tesco Express at the time.

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Man dies after fight at Surrey pub

The brawl broke out yesterday evening.

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Flock of VWs heading into Surrey for charity event

See if you can spot them on the M25.

Suede: Britpop was a monster and you can't blame us

Arguably the best band in Britain in the early 90s, Suede are often labelled the founding fathers of Britpop.

Petition launched for permanent leaders' TV debates

Petition launched for permanent leaders' TV debates

An online petition supporting the Sky News Leaders' Debate campaign has gone live.

Infected Blood Inquiry opens: Contaminated blood victims seek answers

Infected Blood Inquiry opens: Contaminated blood victims seek answers

A public inquiry into the deaths of almost 3,000 people infected with HIV or hepatitis C by contaminated blood products opens today.

Staff will share ownership of firms under Labour plan

Staff will share ownership of firms under Labour plan

Labour is claiming workers could be up to £500 a year better off under a plan to expand employee ownership of large companies.

AI soldiers: Army trials battlefield scanning technology

AI soldiers: Army trials battlefield scanning technology

Artificial intelligence which scans battlefields for hidden attackers has been successfully trialled by the British Army.

Suede: Britpop was a monster and you can't blame us

Arguably the best band in Britain in the early 90s, Suede are often labelled the founding fathers of Britpop.

America's Got Talent finalist Michael Ketterer arrested after 'fight with wife'

America's Got Talent finalist Michael Ketterer arrested after 'fight with wife'

A contestant on America's Got Talent has been charged with domestic violence just a day after performing in the show finale.

Bristol Old Vic reopens after historic theatre undergoes £25m refurbishment

Bristol Old Vic reopens after historic theatre undergoes £25m refurbishment

The oldest continuously working theatre in the English-speaking world is to finally get its own front door - more than 250 years after first being built.

Ant McPartlin confirms he is six months sober after drink-driving crash

Ant McPartlin confirms he is six months sober after drink-driving crash

I'm A Celebrity host Ant McPartlin has confirmed he has been sober for six months following a public battle with alcohol.

Chas & Dave singer Chas Hodges dies aged 74

Chas & Dave singer Chas Hodges dies aged 74

Chas & Dave singer Chas Hodges has died, aged 74.

Guildford Flames bag a 4 point weekend

An 8-2 Cup win at Milton Keynes Lightning on Saturday, followed up by a 2-0 League win on Sunday over Glasgow Clan

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Flames take 5-1 home win over Sheffield

“Chris Carrozzi had a solid outing at the back to make sure we didn’t let Sheffield back in it, and everyone was able to make a contribution so it really was a good team win.” - Head Coach Paul Dixon

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Surrey win County Championship

It's their first title since 2002.

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Flames opening weekend ends in split

Two games against the Coventry Blaze opened the season

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Kia Oval plastic waste scheme deemed a success

It has stopped six tonnes being sent to landfill in a year.

Paul Pogba says Manchester United must 'attack, attack, attack' at Old Trafford

Paul Pogba has called on his Manchester United team-mates to be more ruthless and attack more when playing at Old Trafford.

Tiger Woods wins Tour Championship to return to winner's circle as Justin Rose wins FedExCup

Tiger Woods wins Tour Championship to return to winner's circle as Justin Rose wins FedExCup

Tiger Woods claimed his first title in five years as he held firm down a nerve-shredding back nine to secure a two-shot victory at the season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta.

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<a href='https://www.skysports.com/golf/scorecard/1933/tour-championship'>Tour Championship leaderboard</a>

Latest leaderboard from the Tour Championship at East Lake GC near Atlanta. Watch live on Sky Sports Golf.

Sergio Garcia predicts 'best-ever' Ryder Cup after encouraging week at Portugal Masters

Sergio Garcia predicts 'best-ever' Ryder Cup after encouraging week at Portugal Masters

Sergio Garcia believes the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National will be the "best one ever" as the Spaniard took confidence in his game after a strong week at the Portugal Masters.

Maurizio Sarri admits Chelsea must improve to match league leaders Liverpool

Maurizio Sarri admits Chelsea must improve to match league leaders Liverpool

Maurizio Sarri conceded Chelsea must improve to match league leaders Liverpool after their winning start was ended by West Ham.

House of Fraser in Camberley saved from closure

The store will remain open after striking a new deal.

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Michael Gove and dog 'Muffin' contend for Westminster pooch title

The Surrey Heath MP has a Lhasa Apso/Dachshund cross.

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Camberley home severely damaged in house fire

Firefighters tackled the flames on Tuesday morning.

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Taxi driver assaulted in Camberley

The victim had to have stitches on his scalp.

Hitler and Lennin stand for election in Peru

Names not seen on ballot papers in several decades have returned in a small town in Peru.

Upset as Maldives ousts authoritarian president

Upset as Maldives ousts authoritarian president

Opposition candidate Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has declared a surprise victory in the Maldives presidential election - ousting the authoritarian incumbent who pulled the country out of the Commonwealth and nurtured close links to China.

Christine Blasey Ford: Brett Kavanaugh's accuser to give evidence on alleged sex assault on Thursday

Christine Blasey Ford: Brett Kavanaugh's accuser to give evidence on alleged sex assault on Thursday

A US woman who accuses Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when she was 15 will give evidence to Congress on Thursday.

Cody Wilson, 3D gun printing pioneer, charged with alleged sexual assault on teenage girl

Cody Wilson, 3D gun printing pioneer, charged with alleged sexual assault on teenage girl

Cody Wilson, the US businessman whose company supplies 3D printed guns, has been charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl.

Planned demolition of West Bank village is 'ethnic cleansing', says chief Palestinian negotiator

Planned demolition of West Bank village is 'ethnic cleansing', says chief Palestinian negotiator

The Palestinian chief negotiator says the planned demolition of a Bedouin village in the occupied West Bank amounts to "ethnic cleansing".

Deal changes outlook for BBC weather forecaster MeteoGroup

A Swiss-owned business information provider will emerge this week as the mystery buyer of MeteoGroup, the weather forecasting giant which supplies data to the BBC and British Airways.

Ex-BHS owner Dominic Chappell loses court appeal

Ex-BHS owner Dominic Chappell loses court appeal

Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has lost the appeal against his court conviction for failing to provide information to The Pensions Regulator.

RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank tech glitch 'resolved'

RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank tech glitch 'resolved'

The RBS Group says it has resolved an IT problem that led to RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank customers losing access to online banking services on Friday, with many locked out of their accounts.

Olympics hero Mills to lead British entry into 'F1 of sailing'

Olympics hero Mills to lead British entry into 'F1 of sailing'

The entrepreneur who led London's bid to host the 2012 Olympics is to lead Britain's charge into a new global sailing league being bankrolled by Larry Ellison, the Oracle billionaire.

Moss Bros warns hot World Cup summer hit annual profit

Moss Bros warns hot World Cup summer hit annual profit

Menswear chain Moss Bros has warned that its full year operating profits will fall short of expectations, hit by slow sales during the hot summer and compounded by staying away from the shops to watch the World Cup.

Hitler and Lennin stand for election in Peru

Names not seen on ballot papers in several decades have returned in a small town in Peru.

Octopuses get very friendly when they're on MDMA, study reveals

Octopuses get very friendly when they're on MDMA, study reveals

Scientists have found out what happens when you give an octopus MDMA - almost the exact same thing as when you give it to a human.

Nearly $18m of cocaine seized in donated boxes of bananas in Texas

Nearly $18m of cocaine seized in donated boxes of bananas in Texas

A huge haul of cocaine was discovered hidden in boxes of bananas donated to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

Tourists face €500 fine for sitting down in Venice

Tourists face €500 fine for sitting down in Venice

Visitors in Venice could be fined up to €500 (£445) for sitting in undesignated spots, as the city continues to struggle with overwhelming tourism levels.

Blanket of spider webs creates stunning scene in Greek town

Blanket of spider webs creates stunning scene in Greek town

A huge blanket of cobwebs has cloaked a lagoon-side area in the western Greek town of Aitoliko.

Elderly Cobham woman target of bank card theft

Police want to talk to this woman.

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Man 'seriously injured' in Cobham crash

His bike was involved in a collision with a van.

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Last day to register to vote in local elections

Polls are being held in eight local authorities in Surrey and Hampshire.

Items recovered following burglary in Cobham

Man arrested in connection with Cobham burglary

A number of items have been recovered from the scene.

Huge wild fire breaks out in Ash Vale

At least 12 hectares of heathland have been destroyed.

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Man seen "taking photographs of children" at Stoke Park Paddling pool

Staff have been told to call 999 if they see him again.

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Flames take 5-1 home win over Sheffield

“Chris Carrozzi had a solid outing at the back to make sure we didn’t let Sheffield back in it, and everyone was able to make a contribution so it really was a good team win.” - Head Coach Paul Dixon

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Alleged assault in Guildford centre

A cordon is in place near the library.

Guildford Flames bag a 4 point weekend

An 8-2 Cup win at Milton Keynes Lightning on Saturday, followed up by a 2-0 League win on Sunday over Glasgow Clan

flames win over sheff

Flames take 5-1 home win over Sheffield

“Chris Carrozzi had a solid outing at the back to make sure we didn’t let Sheffield back in it, and everyone was able to make a contribution so it really was a good team win.” - Head Coach Paul Dixon

Dunbar Sep 8th

Flames opening weekend ends in split

Two games against the Coventry Blaze opened the season

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Mike Will completes the Flames netminding trio

The opening day roster is now good to go

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Lindhagen Adds Versatility To Flames Roster

The Flames have added Erik Lindhagen from Nottingham Panthers. He can play Centre, Wing or Defence.

Work starts next year on new village near Fleet

The plans include a primary 'free school.'

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Fleet Services reopen following £20 million refurb

The site was gutted by a blaze back in December 2016.

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Fleet Services to reopen following £20 million refurb

The site was gutted by a blaze back in December 2016.

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Homeowner seriously assaulted in Church Crookham burglary

Police have been carrying out extra patrols in the area.

'Walk for Suffrage' march through Guildford town centre

It celebrates 100 years of the vote for women.

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Wanted man arrested in Surrey

He was spotted in a pub in Woking.

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26 year old paedophile rearrested in Guildford

Police found 61 indecent images on his phone.

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Guildford actress hits the big screen

GSA alumna to star in new Charlie's Angels film.

10 Things You'll Know If You Grew Up In Woking

If you grew up in Woking you'll know what we mean!

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36 Things You'll Know If You Grew Up In Guildford

If you grew up in Guildford you'll know exactly what we're talking about!

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10 Things You'll Know If You Grew Up In Aldershot

If you grew up in Guildford you'll know exactly what we're talking about.

Where Is This In Surrey and Hampshire Quiz

Quiz: Where Is This In Surrey And Hampshire?

As it's Local Radio Day we've decided to put your local knowledge to the test.

Fighting its way to Number One

Get ready to become a black belt in music!

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Lovers can't get enough of this one!

Barry White provided the ultimate romantic soundtrack with this one

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Did you 'Get Your Ya-Yas Out' for this?

The Stones rolled on with another classic album

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Starman shot to 'Fame'

This was David Bowie's first hit in the US

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No mountain high enough to stop this hit

Listen back to this Diana Ross classic

8 Things from the 80s You'll Never Forget!

We get remembering Eagle 80s favourite decade.

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It Was 13 Hours Of Non Stop Rock In New York

On this day in 1988, Led Zeppelin reunited for the Atlantic records 40th Anniversary.

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On This Day: West End Girls At Number 1 In 1986

The Pet Shop Boys went to No.1 on the US singles chart.

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On This Day: Robert Palmer Addicted To Love

The song was released on May 3rd in 1986.

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On This Day: Spandau Ballet's True At Number 1

Today in 1983, Spandau Ballet were at No.1 in the UK Singles Chart with True.

How Many Eurovision Winners Can You Name?

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

Police "bitten and spat at" at Chertsey Sainsbury's

They were attempting to arrest a man at the store.

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Addlestone man approached 15 year-old girl and "exposed himself"

Police want to speak to the man in this e-fit.

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Runnymede parents “getting off lightly” when ignoring parking restrictions

There are calls for greater enforcement outside the borough's schools.

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Man dies in Virginia Water crash

His car hit a tree early this morning.

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Car crashes into Old Town Hall in Chertsey

One woman was taken to hospital.

Man seriously injured in Aldershot attack

He was taken to hospital with stab wounds.

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Aldershot's Baby M died of 'deliberate head injuries'

CCTV footage in connection with the murder has been released.

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Aldershot man battling to keep vital lung cancer treatment

Michael Cole started Immunotherapy when he was given just sixth months to live in 2016.

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New health centre for Farnborough

It is to help ease growing demand for GP and other health services.

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A331 at Aldershot shut both ways

The air ambulance has landed on the carriageway.

5 Stunning Wedding Dress Trends In 2018

We've partnered with Home Counties Wedding Fairs to bring you the best wedding trends of the year.

Reports of woman trapped after crash in Godalming

It happened in Dunsfold High Street this morning.

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Missing Farnham man found

Police say Kai Portlock is safe and well.

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Waverley Borough dog owners could face £100 fine

If they're prosecuted it could cost £1000.

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Do you want to be a local councillor in Waverley?

It's for parish, town and borough elections.

Duke of Kent School Ewhurst

Surrey headteacher backs calls to ban mobiles at school

In France - they're already banned for pupils under 15.

Three children injured in crash outside Woking school

Police say they were in collision with a car.

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Chuckle Brothers mix up in Woking panto blunder

The late Barry was named as starring in this year's panto instead of Paul.

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Fight by River Wey in Byfleet

Police want to hear from anyone who "heard screaming".

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How you can get free Taco Bell in Woking this weekend

The store is celebrating its birthday.

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