George Smith, 40, took cash in hand for house clearance jobs, but instead dumped the huge mound of waste on other people's doorsteps.Read the full story ›
Police officers found the bodies of a man, a woman and a child together in a double bed in the ruins of the remote farm cottage.Read the full story ›
If approved the increase would trigger a county-wide referendum.Read the full story ›
More than 6,000 exotic butterflies can be found in Surrey from tomorrow.
The glasshouse at RHS Garden Wisley has been transformed into a patch of tropical rainforest, where visitors will be able to wander among 50 species of butterfly.
Nye Frankie Newman, from Guildford, was part of a craze where people climb and jump over obstacles and buildings in urban environments.Read the full story ›
Christmas card sent to 'Lumpy Head' of Guildford finds intended recipient despite being posted to ThailandRead the full story ›
Ethem Orhon, 67, said the random attacks which left four women seriously injured were triggered because he felt humiliated by police.Read the full story ›
We've all heard the saying 'pinch punch first day of the month' or 'white rabbits, white rabbits'.....Read the full story ›
A new service which gives perpetrators of domestic abuse a chance to seek help has been launched this week.
The initiative, called Stepping Up, allows adults who recognise they are using physical or emotional abuse within their relationships to refer themselves to the service to receive a tailored package of support.
At the same time, the perpetrator's current or ex-partner will be offered support from a dedicated worker.
There are perpetrators who do acknowledge their abusive behaviour and want to do something about it.
Through early intervention, we can work with them to facilitate change while supporting their partners and children.
By taking this dual approach, our programme will help victims today and hopefully reduce the number of victims tomorrow.
Find out more information about the scheme here.