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2014/11/24 14:49
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Two men were caught on CCTV luring two pet dogs into their car and then driving off. The cocker spaniels, Nelson and Brock, were taken from outdoor kennels on a Cranleigh farm on Friday. Owner Tina...
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2014/11/24 14:13
2014/11/24 14:13
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Network Rail has launched a consultation on two deck trains into Waterloo as it braces for 88 million extra passengers on its South West lines over the next 30 years. Other plans being consulted on...
2014/11/24 14:05
2014/11/24 14:05
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Mark Wilson the CEO of Aviva. Picture PA. Echoes of past Norwich Union merger for uncertain Aviva staff EDP Business editor Ben Woods analyses the implications for Aviva staff following Friday’s...
2014/11/24 13:24
2014/11/24 13:24
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... year on: warts and all”: this was how the Home Secretary, Theresa May, chose to entitle her speech on the first anniversary of Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs). Clearly, even she had to...
2014/11/24 13:23
2014/11/24 13:23
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Andy has been editor of the Reading Post since 1998 having previously held senior editorial positions at the Press Association and local newspapers in West London, South London and Surrey. He is...
2014/11/24 12:47
2014/11/24 12:47
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The campaign aims to encourage people to be vigilant and inform them about simple measures they can take to make it harder for terrorists to attack the UK. Following the increase of the international...
2014/11/24 12:13
2014/11/24 12:13
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Louisa Gammie, 39, died from a serious head injury after she was struck by a black Primastar Nissan on her morning run in Worcester Park. Paramedics battled to save her at the roadside before she was...
2014/11/24 11:51
2014/11/24 11:51
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Cookery stars Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley teach Camden schoolgirls the art of healthy eating Jasmine (centre, left) and Melissa Hemsley (centre, right) with pupils at Parliament Hill School. Picture:...
2014/11/24 11:47
2014/11/24 11:47
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A former Surrey Comet news editor was gagged by the Government over the reporting of an alleged Westminster paedophile ring operating out of Elm Guest House in Barnes. Hilton Tims, 82, the paper’s...
2014/11/24 11:36
2014/11/24 11:36
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Striders’ Walsh wins St Albans ParkrunWendy Walsh at Royston. St Albans Striders’ weekend started with a bang when Wendy Walsh was the first lady home at the St Albans Parkrun in a new personal best...
2014/11/24 10:51
2014/11/24 10:51
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British banker will stand trial over murder of two Hong Kong prostitutes A BRITISH banker charged with murdering two prostitutes in Hong Kong IS fit enough to stand trial, a Hong Kong judge ruled...
2014/11/24 10:50
2014/11/24 10:50
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Flooding in the basements of four shops in Godalming is threatening to ruin Christmas for small business owners. Paul Foster arrived to work at DK Guitars, in the high street, on Friday morning, to...
2014/11/24 10:50
2014/11/24 10:50
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The Editor Marnie has been Editorial Director of the Surrey and Hampshire titles for eight years. The titles were originally part of the Guardian Media Group's regional division before being sold to...
2014/11/24 10:50
2014/11/24 10:50
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Motorists and cyclists in Guildford will have to navigate a pothole-riddled road for longer after its resurfacing has been further delayed. Work on Stoughton Road was originally listed to be...
2014/11/24 09:49
2014/11/24 09:49
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Campaigners from Save Ewhurst’s Environment have raised concerns about the development of an equestrian arena with stables for 78 horses, a 74-bedroom hotel and 14 homes. Now, 125 protest posters...
2014/11/24 09:49
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Berkeley Homes has failed to reassure villagers about the flood risks from the proposed development of 425 homes, according to a parish councillor. The developers claim they have answered neighbours...
2014/11/24 09:47
2014/11/24 09:47
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Trent College is celebrating as both its Year 8 boys tennis team and U18 girls hockey team have reached their respective national finals. The Year 8 boys will do battle for the title of National...
2014/11/24 09:38
2014/11/24 09:38
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Fresh claims have emerged that local newspapers were gagged over attempts to investigate the Westminster child abuse scandal in the 1980s. Earlier this year HTFP reported claims by former Bury...
2014/11/24 08:34
2014/11/24 08:34
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THE MERCURYHomeowners have banded together for a court battle against a rezoning and resultant "abomination" development in Durban. Picture: Gcina Ndwalane Durban - Homeowners have banded together...
2014/11/24 06:56
2014/11/24 06:56
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HELPING CHILDREN: Gift tags have been placed on the tree at the Vienna Branch of the Cortland Bank, 4434 Warren-Sharon Road. The tags have the age of the child, clothing sizes and gift ideas. Bring...
2014/11/24 14:49
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