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.
With more than 12,000 domestic abuse incidents reported in 2012, Surrey residents are asked to think about their personal relationships this week, in an attempt to spot the signs of a relationship that could turn abusive.
Heather Edwards went to meet one victim of domestic abuse.
Residents in Surrey are being asked to think about their personal relationships. With twelve thousand domestic abuse incidents reported in 2012 they are being asked if they could spot the warning signs of a relationship that could turn violent.
The maintenance will be carried out over five nights from tomorrow on the bridge which carries the A3 over the A322 roundabout. The work will take place from Monday 7 October for five nights, finishing on the morning of Saturday 12 October.
All work will take place overnight between 10pm and 6am and in lanes with signage about the 10mph speed limit in place on approach to the work.
– Gemma Luckhurst, Highways Agency
The work will involve the resurfacing of the westbound carriageway and then the replacement of a bridge joint which supports traffic on the A3. This means the bridge will continue to safely carry traffic on the A3 and the need for emergency work in the future will be reduced.
The family of a missing teenager from Surrey are appealing for her to come home.
Esme Smith, who is 14-years-old and from Farnham, has been missing for more than a week.
She boarded a train at Aldershot and was last seen at London Waterloo last Thursday.
She was wearing her school uniform when she left All Hallows School on Thursday 12th September. She told her friends she was going to Woking and then on to a party.
She changed out of her uniform at Aldershot railway station and arrived at London Waterloo at around 5pm.
She has not been seen or made contact since.
Two lanes closed and queueing traffic due to recovery work and an accident involving two or three cars after J10 A3 (Wisley Interchange).
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Major improvements on the M25 have moved onto the next stage.
New gantries and signs will be installed and the road layout during the roadworks will be modified as the scheme to increase vital capacity between Junction 5 and Junction 6/7 progresses.
The work is being carried out in a series of overnight closures.
John Payne, the Highways Agency Project Manager has said, "As we move on and work on different sections of the project, we need to alter the road layout as we go.
"To minimise the disruption to road users, we have planned the closures to take place over night, when traffic flows are lowest.
The anti-clockwise M25 carriageway is due to be closed, weather permitting, overnight between 10pm and 6am, between junctions 6 and 5 on:
- Saturday 21st September
- Saturday 28th September
- Saturday 5th October
- Saturday 16th November
- Saturday 23rd November
- Saturday 30th November
More than 150 electricity substation sites have been the target of illegal fly-tipping this year, with 52 of these cases being reported from Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
Large settees, metal bed frames and even a piano have been found at power sites.
The incidents can put power supplies at risk by delaying access to vital equipment and endangering staff visiting the sites to carry out inspections.
Cleaning up the rubbish has already cost UK Power Networks several thousand pounds this year.
People are being urged to ring UK Power Networks if they see rubbish blocking a substation so the waste can be safely removed.