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Care home bosses ordered to improve

Bosses at two care homes have been ordered to improve after inspections by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Stabbing was self defence says student who hid in toilet

A college student accused of “repeatedly and ferociously” stabbing a man in broad daylight on Tolworth Broadway has claimed he was acting in self defence.

Activity group for children with learning difficulties seeks new home

A group that supports 100 children with severe learning disabilities through games and activities is searching for a home.

Man in court after crash outside Surbiton police office

A man arrested by Kingston police after a car crash in Surbiton has been charged with a separate case of smashing into a Mini in nearby Ewell.

Business boost as SurbExpo returns for expanded Surbiton Festival 2015

Among the many facets of the new-look, expanded Surbiton Festival will be a celebration of the town's thriving small-scale economic scene.

Raven's Ait island to host outdoor film festival

It has become something of an enigmatic symbol of Kingston, a place everyone sees but not everyone gets to go to.

Search on for owners of kitten found covered in oil and living in van engine

A double glazer who found a kitten living in his van’s engine is looking for its rightful owner.

Surbo15: The Surbiton Festival returns bigger than ever

Branded Surbo15, the festival is celebrating the best the town has to offer now stretches over two weeks and adds new events to its roster, as well as bringing back successful ideas from last year.

We need to talk to Kevin: Council leader launches Kingston Conversation over looming budget cuts

As the borough is forced to make drastic cuts, Kingston Council leader Kevin Davis has announced a series of talks where he will meet residents to find out which services they value most and which they could see cut.

Five-storey Premier Inn proposed for Tolworth

You have seen Lenny Henry kipping in King's Cross station, on a beach and in the grounds of a castle during a wedding in Premier Inn adverts.

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