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A vehicle came off the road and hit a wall in Hersham.
A conscientious teenager has received the first reward for information about fly-tipping - and donated the money to charity.
Boards of two large NHS trusts have agreed to take their proposed merger to a second assessment phase.
Rowing medals and a Henley Cup were among items taken in a garage break in.
A college is holding its annual breakfast promoting the benefits of apprenticeships.
Firefighters were called to pull people out of a crashed car this morning.
Children's centres in the borough could close as Surrey County Council looks to make savings of £2.7m.
A major review of community hospitals is being launched on Monday which could lead to beds being centralised and buildings being closed.
A Sunday walk turned into a "disgusting state of affairs".
Two members of Oxshott Village Sports Club were honoured for their efforts at its 89th annual general meeting.
Sheep made a break for it and went on a ramble in Oxshott this afternoon.
A piece of New Zealand's war history discovered during a loft clean up and saved from going on a bonfire has been loaned for display for the centenary of Anzac Day.
The intention to merge Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been taken to a second assessment phase.
Campaigners against a new settlement project are irked the applicant has removed the site from the greenbelt.
A house boat has sunk near Hampton Court Palace, sparking an emergency operation.
Marianne Willoughby's nephew Michael said: "We're just glad this can be put to rest and she can get on with the grieving process and Chris can be put to rest in peace."
An investigation into a man’s death found the care he was given at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital reduced his chances of survival from sepsis.
A mother who allegedly gave fatal doses of morphine to her son was so overwhelmed by his request to try it during a drinking session she could not refuse him, a court heard.
Paralympian gold medallist Rachel Morris was among a panel of speakers at a fundraiser last week that raised £4,360 for the White Lodge Centre.
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Sandown Park racecourse to meet armed forces and award prizes in a historical race meet.
A motorist was threatened by another driver who pulled alongside him while going along the motorway.
A burglar who pretended to lose a spanner in an elderly couple’s garden before stealing £40 has been jailed for four-and-a-half years.
Ongoing pavement works have left a blind woman feeling trapped in her own home.
A delicious cake is key for any birthday, but when it is your 500th, it is time to pull out all the stops.
Tainted Love singer Gloria Jones and actress Charlie Brooks came together for the fundraising launch for the Marc Bolan School of Music.
Police seized drugs and a knuckle duster from the Royal Oak pub last Friday.
New legislation is due to come into force to make it easier for drug-drivers to be prosecuted.
Police have warned dog walkers that farmers are entitled to kill a loose dog chasing grazing animals in a field.
Nearly £60m is to be saved this year by Surrey County Council - almost the equivalent of the road maintenance budget for two years.
Brooklyn Sutherland has been found safe and well after going missing from Thames Ditton.
Esher firefighters were called to Apps Court Farm in Walton this morning after a 12-inch round was found in a house on the farm during a clear-out.
For the fourth year running, guests are invited to spot the difference between high street and charity shop outfits in a fashion show.
Police have issued an appeal to help find 15-year-old Brooklyn Sutherland.
A woman from Walton who was reported missing has been found safe and well.
A 49-year-old woman who is believed to have left home on a black bicycle has not been seen since this morning.
After five years of campaigning, following an accident involving an elderly pedestrian, speed limits have come down in Stoke Road.
An optician is visiting her ancestral Indian village to carry out eye tests for people who cannot afford them.
Parts of Surrey awoke to white gardens, roads and parks this morning after a sprinkling of snow fell overnight.
A winter shelter to give homeless people a bed for the night during the coldest months of the year has helped 14 people in its first month.
A Lithuanian builder has denied murdering a married couple in Fetcham last year.
A museum steeped in automobile history and the birthplace of British racing is due for a £4m upgrade.
Elmbridge Youth Support Services (EYSS) have received the largest grant to date from Walton Charity for the new Work Experience Project for vulnerable young people.
A line side fire at Clapham Junction has slowed journeys this morning.
After a short pause and a grin, the Foreign Secretary described his time in the role as simply "busy".
A paramedic who tried to save the life of a man who died after drinking syringes of his mother’s morphine was allegedly told she had given the medication to her son "for a laugh", a court heard.
Christopher Rowley-Goodchild died after taking four or five 10mg dosages of morphine and passing out, the manslaughter trial of his mother Marianne Willoughby has heard.
Did you see a man wearing a patterned ski mask acting suspiciously in the East Molesey area?
A opportunistic man went behind the counter and stole money from a Chinese takeaway before running away with the cash.
A striking shot of sunrise was taken at Cobham Services on the M25.
A Claygate pub is extending a helping hand to its local cricket team, with a sponsorship deal.
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Mark Sims, a doctor at St Helier Hospital, was diagnosed with terminal cancer last month after surviving the disease as a teenager.