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Car smashes into lamppost after police chase along the A3

A car chased by police along the A3 hit a lamppost after a stinger device was deployed.

'It's an invasion': Kingston UKIP branch secretary criticised for Facebook post

Kingston’s UKIP branch secretary has been criticised by borough councillors after posting a series of anti-immigration posts on his Facebook page.

Two men appear in court over Surbiton cannabis factory discovery

After a drugs raid discovered a cannabis factory two men were charged and appeared in court this week.

Surbo 15: The fun begins for Surbiton Festival this weekend

A mad hatter’s tea party and antiques valuing are just some of the activities on the bill for this year’s Surbiton Festival kicking off at the weekend.

Crossrail 2 is the only "viable solution" for congested train network, says Kingston and Surbiton MP James Berry

A new report that predicts further overcrowding for train commuters has led to Surbiton and Kingston MP James Berry calling the introduction of Crossrail 2 the only “viable solution” for the borough’s increasingly congested network.

Consultation on future of Chessington's 'walk-in' Gosbury Hill health centre to be launched

GPs will launch a consultation on the part-closure and relocation of Chessington’s Gosbury Hill health centre.

Drastic looming budget cuts discussed at first Kingston Conversation event

Street cleaners could only be paid if they do a good job and residents might have to “make deals” with the council under proposed plans to cut the budget.

Hour-long train delays after signalling problem

Trains to Waterloo through Wimbledon are delayed by up to an hour after serious signalling problems.

The failures, between Wimbledon and Earlsfield and affecting all routes to and from Waterloo via Wimbledon, have been resolved, South West Trains (SWT) said, but delays remain.

Earlier this year SWT and National Rail spent millions of pounds to upgrade tracks in the Wimbledon and Earlsfield areas, with a view to improving services.

But shortly before 7am today the first train into town from Surbiton was shown as being the 7.38am.

Surbiton beach party cancelled after Bank Holiday downpour

Yesterday’s Bank Holiday rain cancelled a Surbiton beach party but failed to put a dampener on the organiser’s spirits.

Fang Tom Menace still on the loose

Victims of a rogue tom cat in Tolworth have come forward to claim the aggressive feline’s attacks on their pets are “no joke”.

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