Woking sign 19-year-old right-back Louis Ramsay on a season-long loan from Championship club Norwich City.
Team Sky is among 15 elite squads lining up for Sunday’s Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic fresh from competing in the Tour de France. The British team will be seeking cycling success on Surrey’s roads a week after Chris Froome secured his fourth Tour de France title. Luke Rowe, Team Sky’s road captain at the Tour de … Continue reading →
Chessington World of Adventures said the fox broke into the penguins' water enclosure.
Hull Trains and Heathrow Express top the annual passenger survey, while Southern is bottom but improving.
Ricardo Hunter was found dead from a gunshot wound at the party at a "posh location" in Surrey.
Explosions have occurred on at least three commuter trains undergoing a refit.
The battlefields of WW1 were once marked by thousands of wooden crosses - but what happened to them?
Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says the go-ahead for London will cause "widespread anger".
Surrey County Council’s History Centre has been accredited for its care in preserving nine centuries of Surrey’s heritage. The centre in Woking was awarded Archive Service Accreditation by the UK Archive Service Accreditation Committee for demonstrating high standards in looking after records and making them accessible to the public. Surrey History Centre is the county’s record office and … Continue reading →
A new service which offers 10 to 18-year-olds in Surrey a safe place to go and talk about their worries and mental health has been officially opened by the Chairman of Surrey County Council, Peter Martin. The CYP Haven, located at The Discovery Centre in Guildford, is run as a partnership by Surrey and Borders … Continue reading →
A change to the screening system is thought to be the cause as fewer staff are replaced when they leave.
A new analysis suggests there's a greater chance of the heavy rain that led to extensive flooding in 2014.
The company said delays and cancellations could continue until the end of the day.
Five out of 14 south east Clinical Commissioning Groups were placed in special measures over finances.
Surrey's South African fast bowler Mathew Pillans extends his loan stay with Leicestershire by a further month.
The transport secretary is "absolutely" committed to scrapping first class seats on commuter routes.
General secretary Mick Cash said Chris Grayling now had a "clear understanding" of its position.
Riki Wessels becomes the first Nottinghamshire player to score a Twenty20 century, while Kevin Pietersen injures a calf off the first ball he faces.
AFC Wimbledon sign former Bolton Wanderers midfielder Liam Trotter on an undisclosed-length contract.
The Army said the 17-year-old soldier killed himself but an inquest returned an open verdict.