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Residents reminded recycling might save £3m a year
Commuters’ complaints over works at Waterloo
People being advised to book early for a party in Marrakesh
Falconry display’s for the hawk-eyed
Brave decision pays off for a long established builder
Second dementia day centre
Boathouse work completed
Public enjoy time at wildlife haven
Bee creative in the garden this summer
Town’s hero of Battle of Passchendaele not forgotten
Showing why they Care
Waterloo remembered
Council warning over ‘killer’ barbecues
Police plea over emergency calls
Royal Surrey is leading the way
Surrey Hills are alive and thriving
Setting sail with Ben Ainslie
Working at the car wash
Mini hit fence and spun across A3
Diamond days
Woman struck by train at Liss
Adelle hopes for a medal
Lights out as county cuts costs
Why Surrey is one of world’s ‘iconic places’
Train explosion probe
A3 salt depot plan scrapped
Group’s strong concern over sites for new homes
PK says farewell to founder
Mum was four times drink-drive limit
Brave inspector remembered
Two days of heavy rain forecast
Council under fire over cuts
Rangers on safari at Lion Green
Fun down on farm
Ted is right on track as his great adventure fits the bill for kids
Mayor stresses importance of community
Band aid for hospice
Carers drop-in at Peak
Fernhurst triumph in league
Beacon Hill’s girls shining
Post office to return
Unemployment is at 40-year low
Dunsfold Park objectors make last-ditch plea as inquiry closes
Back to the future
New visitor cafe at Alice Holt Forest
Railway Children adaptation live on the Watercress Line
Listen to the radio
Punch Bowl now teeming with wildlife six years after tunnel opened
Singing their hearts out
‘Trees cannot be cut down for six months’
Plans for a switch to allow two polo days for charity
D-Day veteran Jim, 98, is awarded Legion d’Honneur
999 control room hit by computer crash
First increase in crime in Surrey for a decade
Agency will review tunnel closure plan
School’s exams success
New bid to scrap blue badge fees
It’s Green flag joy for country parks
Calling all BMX, scooter and skate board fans
Wildlife trust seeks Hedgerow Heroes
There’s gold in them Hollywood Hills
Prudential Ride's £2.3m for good causes
Tea party at museum to thank the many volunteers
Beware of the scammers
Memorial walk for special mum Clare
Boost for Home-Start
Children learning to survive in ‘the Bears’ Cave’
Two by two for the Ark
Swedish folk art gets your goat
Call to beware of ‘cute animal’ fraud
Bid to cut loss of innocent lives
Tri High’s cash for DCT
Film cash chance to tackle abuse
Commuters face severe disruption
Changes to Sturt Farm plan fail to sway protestors
Meeting to discuss NHS phone helpline revamp
Writing is on the wall for anti-social residents
Councillors ensure town won’t lose loos after all
Decision day looms for Dunsfold Park
Robin Good! Youngsters wow audiences at school
Haslemere Performing Arts put on another dazzling display
Sex offender is jailed
Police officers answer misconduct charges
Kirk’s going for gold
Sailability on the lookout for new talent