The High Court has ruled that a Surrey petting farm is solely liable, following an E.Coli outbreak in 2009.
English cricket is set to step up its drug-testing procedures as a result of the death of Tom Maynard.
Mark Cavendish wins the final stage of the Tour of Britain in Guildford, Surrey, whilst Jonathan Tiernan-Locke celebrates overall victory.
Gapemouth Road in Pirbright is closed in both directions after a serious accident between B3405 Stanley Hill and B3015 Deepcut Bridge Road (Deepcut). The accident happened at 07:25 this morning. The road is likely to remain closed until lunchtime for accident investigation work and recovery.
– Detective Sergeant Jon Hillard, North Surrey Police
Officers have been carrying out enquiries in a number of areas across the county in a bid to track down Mr Little. I would appeal for any members of the public who may have either seen him or know of his whereabouts to contact us as a matter of urgency. I would urge anyone who does see him not to approach him directly but to instead contact the police immediately.
Anyone with sightings of Nick Little or who has any information about his current location should contact Surrey Police on 101. Alternatively information can be passed to independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Detectives in Spelthorne are renewing an appeal for the public's help in tracing a man wanted for failing to appear at court.
Nick Little, 22, Sunbury-on-Thames, was due at Winchester Crown Court on Monday, 29 April, for a bail variation hearing ahead of a trial later this month.
Mr Little failed to turn up and although officers have since been making a number of enquiries across the county, he has still not been located.
Mr Little last made contact with Surrey Police on 24 April. He has links to numerous locations in Surrey including Spelthorne, Runnymede, Woking and Guildford and there is a possibility he could be staying in any of these areas.
A private hospital has suspended children's surgery after the health watchdog raised "serious concerns" about the service.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) demanded immediate improvements at the BMI Mount Alvernia Hospital in Guildford, Surrey.
Many of Surrey's roads will be rebuilt from scratch to deal with the problem of potholes. Around £100m will be spent on the project, and contractors will have to repair any faults within a 10-year period.
Vince the cat has been rescued after spending 24 hours at the top of a 40-foot pole carrying high voltage power lines at Oxted in Surrey. The cat's owners contacted the RSPCA who managed to rescue two-year-old Vince with the expert help of engineers.
Vince endured heavy rain and hail showers before being carried carefully back to the ground.
The Princess presented awards to Victim Support volunteers who had been giving up their free time for the charity for more than 15 years.
The Milestone awards were part of Victim Support’s Surrey and Sussex Divisional Volunteer and Staff Conference.
Maralyn Smith, Divisional Manager for Victim Support Surrey and Sussex, said: “Our volunteers do such an amazing job of helping victims and witnesses of crime through a tough time. Having the Princess presenting them with Milestone Awards is such a rewarding way to have their efforts recognised.”
The M25 has now been fully reopened to traffic following this morning's fatal collision close to junction six at Godstone.
The investigation into the circumstances of the collision remains ongoing.
A serious accident on Britain's busiest motorway led to severe rush-hour delays for drivers today. The incident, involving a lorry and a car, caused miles of tailbacks on the M25 in Surrey.
The accident happened at junction 6 near Godstone in Surrey, traffic had to be diverted around the junction via the entry and exit slip roads. Drivers were warned that journeys around the southern half of the orbital motorway could take as long as two hours 15 minutes.