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'Don't sink our Stepping Stones': Parents launch bid to save pre-school from closure

Devastated parents using a Surbiton pre-school have launched a desperate bid to save it from closure.

Police still looking for man who went missing from Tolworth mental health unit

Police officers are re-appealing for the public’s help in finding a man who went missing from a Tolworth mental health unit.

Assistance puppy sponsored by Shrewsbury House pupils makes return eight months on

An assistance puppy sponsored by a Surbiton school for £14,000 has returned to meet pupils eight months on.

Police concerned for welfare of man who went missing from Tolworth mental health unit

Officers are concerned for the welfare of a man who went missing from a mental health unit in Tolworth.

Residents facing whole week of noisy late-night roadworks

Residents face a whole week of noisy late-night roadworks and commuter chaos as part of final construction works on one of Kingston’s main mini-Holland cycle routes.

Gang brought underage girls to Travelodge hotels for sex trafficking, court hears

A gang trafficked under-age girls for sex acts in Travelodge hotels, including the Tolworth Tower and Twickenham branches, a court has heard.

Person taken to hospital after being hit by bus

A person was rushed to hospital after being hit by a bus in Victoria Road.

Seething Festival to return this weekend and promises to be 'bigger and better than ever'

The borough’s favoured Surbiton Festival, celebrating the bizarre tale of the legendary Goatboy, is set to return this weekend.

Enraged campaigners dress as stop signs in latest campaign against Surbiton Crescent traffic scheme

A group of activists outraged at Kingston Council’s much-maligned Surbiton Crescent traffic scheme has taken to the street wearing novel t-shirts in a bid to stop oblivious drivers.

Named and shamed: Surbiton companies underpaying staff

Nurseries, restaurants, dry cleaners and health and fitness groups are among 360 companies named and shamed by the government for underpaying thousands of workers nearly £1 million.

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