A cyclist caused travel chaos after a phone app directed him to Britain's busiest motorway in the rush hour.
A woman whose mother and sister were shot dead has spoken of her grief as detectives continue to question a man over the killings.
Sylvia Kneller started responding to fraudsters when she was 20-years-old. She then became convinced that she would one day win a fortune.
Traffic is queueing due to severe delays on the M3 northbound in Surrey between junction 4 A331 Blackwater Valley Route (Camberley) and junction 3 for the A322 (Bagshot/Lightwater). There's a congestion to after junction 5 for the A287/B3349 (Hook).
Lanes two and three were blocked following a collision which has been cleared.
The county council say it has so far:
· Taken more than 3,500 highways calls, with fire crews receiving another 2,000
· Responded to around 315 instances of flooding affecting roads
· Carried out over 70 safety inspections to bridges and embankments
· Cleared 850 fallen trees
· Dealt with nearly 350 other incidents
· Supported vulnerable people through regular contact and home visits.
Surrey County Council say torrential rain, strong winds and burst riverbanks over recent weeks mean engineers have been working 'around the clock' to clear hundreds of flooded roads and fallen trees, and the county council’s fire and rescue service responded to thousands of calls.
Experts assessing damage to roads and river banks across the county say the original bill estimated at £5 million could rise above £10 million.
More flooding is possible, with the Environment Agency asking the county council today to remove repair scaffolding from the bridge over the Wey at the bottom of Guildford High Street in anticipation of further predicted rainfall.
The estimated repair bill to fix Surrey’s roads and bridges has reached £6m. Torrential rain, strong winds and burst river banks over Christmas and the New Year prompted county council roads teams to work around the clock to clear hundreds of flooded roads and fallen trees.
Council roads inspectors assessing damage to roads, bridges, drainage, embankments and footpaths across the county gave early estimates that the clear-up would cost around £5 million. This has now gone up to £6 million. The eventual bill could be as much as £10m.
He was a prolific paedophile who used the internet to groom young girls - and, he got away with it for more than a decade.
Tonight, the full extent of the crimes carried out by delivery driver Darren Jeffries were revealed - following two Crown Court trials.
There were eighty offences in all carried out over a period of 13 years.
Children in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey and Kent were targeted. Victims kept silent - and it wasn't until January 2013 - when a mother became suspicious of a man her daughter met in a chatroom - that police were called.
Even then, they were unaware just how many children and young people had been abused. Here's Mel Bloor.
He was a prolific paedophile who used the internet to groom young girls in Kent, Surrey, Hampshire and Buckinghamshire for more than a decade. Now the full extent of the crimes carried out by delivery driver Darren Jeffries from Sittingbourne have been revealed. Tom Savvides reports.
A delivery driver from Kent has been found guilty of more than 80 sexual offences that took place over 13 years. Darren Jeffries, who is 48 and from Sittingbourne, was found guilty of charges including the rape and abduction of victims between the ages of two and 17.
He will be sentenced next month.
If being tasked with embroidering the Duchess of Cambridge's wedding dress wasn't enough, a woman from Surrey is taking on her next challenge - to design and embroider a tapestry of the Magna Carta.
It's to coincide with its 800th anniversary and will eventually be taken around the country in the lead up to the event next year.
Mel Bloor has been to see it in the making.
Interviewees: Runnymede Borough Councillor Derek Cotty and Embroider Rhoda Nevins.
Frimley Park Hosptial has announced the launch of Surrey Heart, Stroke and Vascular Centre, providing services for patients in three counties.
The new centre brings together a number of excellent hospital services related to cardiovascular disease into one department.
Conditions such as coronary heart disease, vascular disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease are treated at the centre, with the aim to co-ordinate better care for all of them as well as reduce the number of patients visiting.
The hospital already provides a 24/7 heart attack service for Surrey and parts of Hampshire and Berkshire.
It also provides round the clock services for emergency stroke and vascular surgery for large parts of the three counties too.
...but the car still nips across the level crossing. It then comes to stop, bumping into what looks like a fence post on the other side.