Rain ruins the final day at Taunton as Somerset, runners-up in 2018, are held to a draw by reigning champions Surrey.
Tina Thorburn from the county council’s highways team rounds up the work taking place on Surrey’s roads.
Leyton Orient look to complete a non-league double when they face AFC Fylde on Non-League Finals Day at Wembley on Sunday.
With a week left to run in the fire service consultation on proposals to make Surrey safer, 1,550 responses have already been received. The key proposal is for a big increase in prevention work to stop incidents happening in the first place. Firefighters would go into many more homes, schools and workplaces to help people … Continue reading →
The South East will go to the polls on 23 May to elect 10 MEPs.
Horley’s new library is now open in a convenient town centre location. The library has moved from its previous outdated premises to a new site near the train station and shops. As well as a refreshed selection of books and an expanded study area, the new library boasts a flexible open-plan layout allowing it to … Continue reading →
Alan Tutin groped women and girls under the guise of performing intimate medical examinations.
The BBC has tracked the killings to uncover the stories of those who have lost their lives.
Lewis Gregory's ton helps Somerset wrestle their way back into the contest against Surrey to set up an intriguing final day.
Class 442 trains, nicknamed "plastic pigs", were due to be brought back back into service next week.
A skip hire boss who pressured customers into paying extra charges for skips to be removed from outside their homes has been ordered to pay fines and court costs of more than £30,000. Brian Place, director of 1st Place Grab & Skip Hire Ltd, was sentenced by Guildford magistrates for using aggressive commercial practices after … Continue reading →
Four in 10 MEPs are not defending their seats so at least 30 new MEPs may only serve a few months.
Surrey remove Somerset's James Hildreth for 90 late on day two to boost their hopes of a first-innings lead at Taunton.
F1 driver Lewis Hamilton said terminally ill Harry Shaw had inspired his Spanish Grand Prix win.
Centuries by Rory Burns and Dean Elgar put Surrey in control on day one at Taunton before Somerset hit back.
Five dead deer were found in one day on a road, with estimates claiming up to 74,000 are hit each year.
Surrey sign experienced South Africa spinner Imran Tahir as an overseas player for this summer's T20 Blast.
Who can vote in the elections and when will the results be announced?
Campaigners warn services will be affected as some areas of England spend much less than others.
Harry Shaw sent Lewis Hamilton a message that the champion said inspired his latest win.