A coroner will call on the Government to look at vehicle tyre age after one two decades old caused a coach crash that killed three people.
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.
Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been named the best in the south of England, according to the Dr Foster Hospital Guide.
The hospital, which serves more than 400,000 in Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey, was runner-up in the best hospital category in the previous year.
– Andrew Morris, chief executive, Frimley Park Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust
This is fantastic news and it demonstrates once again our staff’s commitment to being the best for our patients. Today’s news, coming after previous years’ successes, shows we have been performing consistently well over a long period.
I believe that a lot of our success has come from our commitment to enabling more of our senior doctors to provide services for longer, including in the evening and at weekends. But we know we can do even better and we must remain self critical if we are to stay among the very best."
Dr Foster bases most of its findings in its annual hospital guide on mortality data, which it considers to be a reflection of safety and quality of service.
A 16-year-old boy has been charged after a three-year-old boy was hit with an egg in Caterham.
The incident occurred just before 9am on Thursday, 12 September as the boy and his mother were waiting to cross traffic lights at Chaldon Road.
A 16-year-old boy from Westerham has been charged with common assault and public order. He is due to appear at Redhill Youth Court on Wednesday 11th December.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal single vehicle collision on the M3 last month.
Officers were called to the northbound carriageway of the M3 between junctions 3 and 2 after a silver Honda left the road around 4.10pm on Monday 28th October.
The female driver and sole occupant of the vehicle, who was in her 60s, was treated by paramedics from the Air Ambulance but was later pronounced dead at the scene.
Officers are still trying to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident and are urging anyone who witnessed the collision or the events leading up to it to call them straightaway on 101, quoting reference P13328627.
A museum in Surrey is hosting a range of assorted military vehicles as part of its celebrations for its 11th annual Military Vehicles Day.
The event has expanded this year to include re-enactment groups to represent some of the periods of the visiting vehicles.
The Royal Union Rifles will be representing the British Army of the Rhine, Infantry Battalion during the Cold War years of 1982 – 1989.
Sir Winston Churchill will also be in attendance, courtesy of Stan (Winstan) Streather.
The event will take place on Sunday 17th November alongside exhibitors and organisations including Help for Heroes and Scotties Little Soldiers- two charities which support those affected by conflict.
A new network control centre is being launched at the Hindhead Tunnel to help with the maintenance and improvement of roads in the south.
The five year contract, valued at up to one hundred and forty million pounds a year, will cover more than seven hundred and seventy miles of carriageway in Hampshire, Berkshire, parts of Surrey, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Wiltshire and Dorset.
The M25 anticlockwise lane is closed on the entry slip road due to an accident at J8 A217 (Reigate).
Three lanes are closed on the M25 clockwise in Surrey around junction 6 for Godstone (A22/B2235). Traffic is stop-start with congestion to junction 4 A21/A224 due to an accident.
There are severe delays with stationary traffic due to a multi-vehicle accident on the M25 clockwise between Clacket Lane Services and J6 A22 / B2235 (Godstone).
The congestion goes up to J5 - M26 / A21.
There is heavy traffic on the A3 Eastbound between B3000 (Puttenham / Compton) and A31 Farnham Road (Hogs Back).
Surrey Police are holding events across the county offering domestic abuse victims advice and support.
The theme for the week is ‘Healthy Relationships’ prompting people to choose the words that best describe their relationship.
Descriptions like controlling, dishonest or pressurised can be a sign that the relationship is less healthy and could later involve sexual or physical violence.
– Jon Savell, Detective Superintendent at Surrey Police
It is a sad fact that Surrey Police gets approximately a thousand reports a month relating to domestic abuse. That being said, I would like more people to report domestic abuse, if they are experiencing it. Domestic abuse is socially unacceptable and no one should have to experience abuse at the hands of their partner. The police’s role is to protect the lives of both adults and children who are at risk as a result of domestic abuse; and investigate all reports of domestic abuse thoroughly.”