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Driver cut free from car after hitting tree in Pirbright

The victim - in her 80s - is seriously injured.

Simon Barker

Police search for missing Guildford man

He was last seen in Farnborough last night.

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Three men charged with Surrey murder

Scott Wilkinson was found dead in the river at Walton-on-Thames two years ago.

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Deepcut inquest: soldier died from "self inflicted" gunshot wounds

Private Sean Benton died at the barracks in June 1995.

RUSHMOOR FIRE 2

Man arrested on suspicion of arson after Farnborough house fire

The 33 year old has been arrested on suspicion of arson with intent to endanger life.

Jimmy Mizen's parents: 'We made a promise to remain positive'

New crime figures published today show another rise in violent crime.

Murders and knife crime rise in England and Wales

Murders and knife crime rise in England and Wales

Murders have risen by 12% and crimes involving knives or sharp instruments by 16% in England and Wales.

British Airways warns of 'knock-on disruption' after 'chaos' at Heathrow

British Airways warns of 'knock-on disruption' after 'chaos' at Heathrow

British Airways has warned passengers should expect "some knock-on disruption" following IT issues on Wednesday.

Sports Direct hit by £85.4m Debenhams own goal

Sports Direct hit by £85.4m Debenhams own goal

Annual profits at Mike Ashley's Sports Direct have plunged by 73% after the company took a £85.4m hit on its holding in Debenhams.

Suspected perpetrators of Skripal novichok attack identified

Suspected perpetrators of Skripal novichok attack identified

Police believe they have identified the suspected perpetrators of the novichok attack on former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal, the Press Association has reported.

A win for Sir Cliff, but is media freedom the ultimate loser?

This is the first time a court has had to decide whether a person under investigation by the police has a reasonable expectation of privacy.

Teenagers watching an hour of YouTube every day

Teenagers watching an hour of YouTube every day

Teenagers are now watching around an hour of YouTube every day, according to a new report which reveals a dramatic change in people's TV viewing habits.

Sir Cliff Richard wins £210,000 damages from BBC

Sir Cliff Richard wins £210,000 damages from BBC

Sir Cliff Richard has won £210,000 in damages in a privacy battle with the BBC.

Dennis Rodman plans to invite Kanye West to North Korea to write a new song

Dennis Rodman plans to invite Kanye West to North Korea to write a new song

Retired NBA basketball star Dennis Rodman has said he would like to introduce rapper Kanye West to Kim Jong Un so he can write a song about North Korea.

Sir Cliff Richard to hear judgment in case against the BBC

Sir Cliff Richard to hear judgment in case against the BBC

Sir Cliff Richard is to hear whether he has been successful in his years-long court battle against the BBC.

Guildford Flames blueline goup is getting bigger

6’5”, 220lb Canadian Defenceman Corbin Baldwin has signed for the club

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Evan Ritt added to Flames roster

“I'm excited to meet the people of Guildford, and most importantly, for the opportunity to play for a championship.”

Guildford Flames Logo

Another new signing for The Guildford Flames

25 year old forward Evan Janssen is the latest addition

travis fullerton

First of a trio of netminders announced for Flames

Travis Fullerton joins from the Dundee Stars

jez lundin flames

Back for seasons 10 and 11 with The Guildford Flames

Defenceman Jez Lundin signs on for the next 2 seasons

<a href='http://www.skysports.com/golf/scorecard/1924/147th-open-championship'>The Open: Latest leaderboard</a>

<a href='http://www.skysports.com/golf/scorecard/1924/147th-open-championship'>The Open: Latest leaderboard</a>

Leaderboard updates from The 147th Open at Carnoustie. Watch live on Sky Sports The Open.

Joshua vs Povetkin: Anthony Joshua says Alexander Povetkin knows how to knock someone out

Joshua vs Povetkin: Anthony Joshua says Alexander Povetkin knows how to knock someone out

Anthony Joshua knows that Alexander Povetkin has knockout power – and has identified the key punch to be wary of.

The Open: Ewen Murray assesses the contenders and Carnoustie test

The Open: Ewen Murray assesses the contenders and Carnoustie test

Ewen Murray shares his love for Carnoustie and explains why this year's Open could be one of the best ever.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to miss 'vast majority' of 2018/19 season

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to miss 'vast majority' of 2018/19 season

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will miss the "vast majority" of the 2018/19 season as he continues his recovery from knee surgery, Liverpool have announced.

Fire crews rushed to home in Camberley

Ambulance crews were also at the scene on Thursday.

Camberley rape

Woman raped in Camberley car park

The victim was subject to a two-hour long attack.

St Michael's church Camberley Body

Camberley body had been there 'a number of days'

Police think it's 28-year-old Emma Winterton.

St Michael's church Camberley Body

Body found behind Camberley churchyard

The death is currently being treated as unexplained.

Israel approves contentious 'Jewish nation state ' law - angering Arabs

Israel has approved a controversial law that defines the country as the nation-state of the Jewish people - leading to accusations that it discriminates against Arabs.

Vaping and nicotine patches could increase the risk of cot death

Vaping and nicotine patches could increase the risk of cot death

Using e-cigarettes or nicotine patches during pregnancy could increase the risk of cot death in newborns, an early study has found.

Two children fall victim to first New York shark attacks' in 70 years

Two children fall victim to first New York shark attacks' in 70 years

Two children have fallen victim to separate shark attacks off the coast of New York - the first time such incidents have been reported in the area in seventy years. 

Trump says he believes Russia is still meddling

Trump says he believes Russia is still meddling

Donald Trump has said he accepts the view of US intelligence that Russia is continuing to meddle in elections.

Series of shootings in California park investigated after father murdered

Series of shootings in California park investigated after father murdered

Detectives are investigating a string of shootings at a historic state park in Malibu, California, after a man was killed as he camped with his two young daughters.

Former Radio Times owner trumps DMGT in battle for The Week

A former owner of the Radio Times has trumped a bid from the Daily Mail's publisher to buy the magazine empire behind titles including The Week and Viz.

Attending Trump dinner the 'constructive thing to do'

Attending Trump dinner the 'constructive thing to do'

A member of the UK business community invited to join President Trump at a dinner during his UK visit last week says she attended because it was the 'constructive thing to do'.

British Airways warns of 'knock-on disruption' after 'chaos' at Heathrow

British Airways warns of 'knock-on disruption' after 'chaos' at Heathrow

British Airways has warned passengers should expect "some knock-on disruption" following IT issues on Wednesday.

Sports Direct hit by £85.4m Debenhams own goal

Sports Direct hit by £85.4m Debenhams own goal

Annual profits at Mike Ashley's Sports Direct have plunged by 73% after the company took a £85.4m hit on its holding in Debenhams.

Supermarkets not doing enough to 'banish' non-recyclable plastic

Supermarkets not doing enough to 'banish' non-recyclable plastic

Supermarkets are not doing enough to reduce the amount of plastic in their packaging that is hard or impossible to recycle, according to the consumer watchdog Which?

South Korea's first dog is 'not food' as campaign is launched

South Korea's "first dog" has become the furry face of a campaign to discourage the consumption of dog meat in the country.

Minnesota man serving life for two murders runs for US Senate

Minnesota man serving life for two murders runs for US Senate

A man serving a life sentence without parole after being convicted of two murders is running for a US Senate seat.

'Police called' as Build-A-Bear teddy sale sparks chaos

'Police called' as Build-A-Bear teddy sale sparks chaos

A teddy bear offer has been abandoned amid "safety concerns" after it sparked chaos in shopping centres across the UK.

Man with world's longest fingernails gets them cut after 66 years

Man with world's longest fingernails gets them cut after 66 years

The Guinness World Record holder for the longest fingernails ever on a single hand has had his claws cut after 66 years.

floss

What is "The Floss" and where did it come from!?

It's your kids latest dance craze..

Man who died in Bordon scooter crash named

Michael Walsh hit a tree along Sickles Lane.

Bordon crash

Floral tributes left at scene of fatal Bordon crash

A 26-year-old man hit a tree on his scooter.

Disabled parking

Thieves steal cash machine from Hampshire college for disabled

They also took a Ford transit van from the car park.

Alton incident

Suspicious incident at Alton Sports Centre

A 27-year-old says a man watched her get changed.

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Whitehill and Bordon projects receive £1m

It's for improving local community facilities

Man 'seriously injured' in Cobham crash

His bike was involved in a collision with a van.

polling station

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.

Stoughton Roadworks April

Emergency pothole repairs carried out in Guildford

Teams have been working on Stoughton Road.

Prezzo break-in CCTV

Two break-ins at Weybridge Prezzo

They happened in the space of less than week.

Police search for missing Guildford man

He was last seen in Farnborough last night.

Virginia Water crash

Driver cut free from car after hitting tree in Pirbright

The victim - in her 80s - is seriously injured.

Weather

Thunderstorm warning for Surrey and Hampshire

Heavy downpours are on the way...

Ripley Primary Closure

Ripley C of E Primary School WILL close

Parents say they'll continue to fight the decision.

Stoke Crossroads

Stoke Crossroads roadworks will "assist late-running buses"

Nearly 18 weeks of works start at the end of July.

Guildford Flames blueline goup is getting bigger

6’5”, 220lb Canadian Defenceman Corbin Baldwin has signed for the club

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Evan Ritt added to Flames roster

“I'm excited to meet the people of Guildford, and most importantly, for the opportunity to play for a championship.”

Guildford Flames Logo

Another new signing for The Guildford Flames

25 year old forward Evan Janssen is the latest addition

travis fullerton

First of a trio of netminders announced for Flames

Travis Fullerton joins from the Dundee Stars

jez lundin flames

Back for seasons 10 and 11 with The Guildford Flames

Defenceman Jez Lundin signs on for the next 2 seasons

Woman raped in Fleet woodland

She's being supported by specialist officers.

David Corfield

Family's heart-breaking tribute to man hit by HGV in Hartley Wintney

David Corfield was a "dedicated member of the Winchfield community".

Hartley Wintney fire

Huge fire at Hook scrap yard

Crews spent four hours tackling the flames.

Audi car

Appeal to trace Audi following Hart and Rushmoor burglaries

Homes in Aldershot, Farnborough, Fleet and Hartley Wintney have been targeted.

Hartley Wintney fatal

Pedestrian dead in Hartley Wintney crash

He was struck by an HGV along the High Street.

Thunderstorms may hit Surrey and Hampshire

They could bring rain, hail and lightning.

Light up the lakes

Surrey Police pay tribute to fallen officers at Light the Lakes 2018

Officers and staff will light up the peaks in the Lake District to raise money for the families of police officers who have lost their lives.

Sunshine summer outdoors

Hottest Mayday bank holiday since records began

The Met Office has recorded a temperature of 24.2C in East Sussex the warmest early May Day bank holiday in 40 years.

Jaguar Car

Drive It Day – Jaguars on road trip.

It’s ‘Drive It Day’ and a selection of classic Jaguars gathered at Guildford College car park.

Dangerous Apps For Teens

10 Apps Teens Use That Parents Need To Know

Some of these apps could be putting your children in danger.

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

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

growing up in Guildford

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!

aldershot lido

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.

robin's cinema Camberley

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

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

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.

Time for Deep Purple to fade away

It was a colourful end for the rock group

beatles

Saying goodbye to this Beatle

Ringo's divorce is finalised

guitar

Breaking up The Allman Brothers

The band called it quits but it didn't last long

bbc

Trying to stop The Sex Pistols from firing

The BBC announced they would ban this song from the band

Which Member Of ABBA Are You Most Like?

Causing a splash with Waterloo!

It was the day ABBA released this album in the UK

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.

Concert

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

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

Love spelled out by hands

On This Day: Robert Palmer Addicted To Love

The song was released on May 3rd in 1986.

Spandau Ballet

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.

Michael Jackson Eagle 80s

On This Day: Michael Jackson At Number 1 With Beat It

In 1983 Michael Jackson started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Beat It'.

How Many Eurovision Winners Can You Name?

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

Man dies in Virginia Water crash

His car hit a tree early this morning.

Old Town Hall Chertsey crash

Car crashes into Old Town Hall in Chertsey

One woman was taken to hospital.

Co-Op Fordwater Road

Men in balaclavas rob Chertsey Co-Op

A member of staff was forced to open the safe.

runnymede roundabout

A30 Runnymede Roundabout: road closures

Final resurfacing is taking place this week.

stolen racing bike

Five 'elite racing bikes' stolen from Addlestone

Police think it happened late on Tuesday night.

Police search for missing Guildford man

He was last seen in Farnborough last night.

baby m cctv

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

CCTV footage in connection with the murder has been released.

RUSHMOOR FIRE

Man rescued from roof of burning Farnborough home

Around 50 firefighters were called to tackle the flames.

cocaine farnborough

Farnborough £50 million cocaine bust: trial begins

It was found on a private jet from Columbia in January.

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.

Heart-breaking tribute to crash victim who was due to start Godalming College

16-year-old Rosie Roebuck was an aspiring actress.

Tesco Farnham

Farnham Tesco shut "until further notice" following ram-raid

A digger was used to steal a cash machine on Monday.

Jeremy Hunt

Surrey MP Jeremy Hunt named new Foreign Secretary

It's after Boris Johnson resigned earlier..

watering can

Cranleigh homes left without water for 24 hours

Bottles were handed out to some people last night.

Farnham ram raid

Ram-raiders target cash machine at Farnham Tesco

A police cordon has been placed around the store.

Tributes paid to "sweet old lady" who died after Woking burglary attack

The 84 year old passed away three days after the incident.

Woking attack

Woking pensioner died of 'natural causes'

Police aren't linking the death to the violent burglary.

Woking attack

Elderly woman dies following "violent" Woking burglary

She was attacked at her home on Saturday.

PITP 2

10,000 people attend Woking's Party in the Park

Visitors enjoyed a range of music, games and other activities.

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