Monthly Archives: July 2015

Zane Gbangbola death: Hydrogen cyanide ‘the only gas found’ at boy’s family home in Chertsey

July 3, 2015
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Zane Gbangbola death: Hydrogen cyanide ‘the only gas found’ at boy’s family home in Chertsey

A seven-year-old boy thought to have died from carbon monoxide intoxication had only 8% of the silent killer found in his body, an inquest has heard. Zane Gbangbola tragically died on February 8 2014, after floodwater entered the basement of his family’s Chertsey home. His parents were rushed to hospital, where his father Kye Gbangbola…

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Zane Gbangbola death: Hydrogen cyanide ‘the only gas found’ at tragic boy’s family home in Chertsey

July 3, 2015
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Zane Gbangbola death: Hydrogen cyanide ‘the only gas found’ at tragic boy’s family home in Chertsey

A seven-year-old boy thought to have died from carbon monoxide intoxication had only 8% of the silent killer found in his body, an inquest has heard. Zane Gbangbola tragically died on February 8 2014, after floodwater entered the basement of his family’s Chertsey home. His parents were rushed to hospital, where his father Kye Gbangbola…

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Guildford fire station opening sees Duke of Gloucester attend

July 3, 2015
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The Duke of Gloucester attended the opening ceremony of the new Guildford fire station in Ladymead on Friday June 26 to be shown the new facilities which will help save lives. His Royal Highness Prince Richard, a cousin of the Queen, joined guests including MP Anne Milton, Guildford mayor Councillor Nikki Nelson-Smith and the chief…

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Max Clifford charged with indecent assault dating back to 1981

July 3, 2015
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Former celebrity publicist Max Clifford has been charged with one count of indecent assault, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said on Friday. The 72-year-old, previously of Hersham, is accused of committing the offence in 1981. Baljit Ubhey, chief crown prosecutor for CPS London, said: “We have carefully considered the evidence gathered as part of Operation…

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Esher deaths: ‘Sad and tragic time’ for family of Lisa Anthony and teenage daughter Ava

July 3, 2015
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Esher deaths: ‘Sad and tragic time’ for family of Lisa Anthony and teenage daughter Ava

The family of Lisa and Ava Anthony, the mother and daughter found dead at their home in Esher, have spoken of the “sad and tragic time” they are going through. In a statement released through Surrey Police on Friday afternoon, they said: “Following the tragic news that we received on Monday, the only word to…

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Burst water main: Repairs under way but service still disrupted

July 3, 2015
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Burst water main: Repairs under way but service still disrupted

A broken water main in Egham that is estimated to have disrupted the supplies of more than 50,000 residents during the hottest week of the year has finally been repaired following engineering work on Thursday night (July 2). However, those affected were still experiencing reduced water pressure on Friday. The main at Egham Water Treatment…

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Sandown Park Ladies’ Day: 10 glamorous photos from Esher

July 3, 2015
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Sandown Park Ladies’ Day: 10 glamorous photos from Esher

VIEW GALLERY Fashion and glamour are customary at any race day but at Sandown Park Racecourse on Friday, race-goers really did sparkle. Women of all ages brought out their inner fashionista for the racecourse’s annual Racing UK Ladies’ Day. There was a perfect balance of chic and elegance as ladies showcased their individual looks for…

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Man in his 90s airlifted to hospital after being seriously injured in Bletchingley crash

July 3, 2015
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A man in his 90s was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after a car crash in Bletchingley on Thursday evening. The incident happened in Rabies Heath Road, at the junction with South Park Lane, at around 5.20pm. A silver Ford Ka and a silver Suzuki Ignis were involved in the collision. Surrey Police said…

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10 things you’ll always do during a thunderstorm

July 3, 2015
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10 things you’ll always do during a thunderstorm

You’d be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t like a good thunderstorm and it seems like we’re in for a cracker from Friday evening overnight into Saturday, according to the Met Office. To keep yourself entertained during the storm, have a look at our list of things people always say and do during a…

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Body of man found in River Thames at Shepperton

July 3, 2015
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Body of man found in River Thames at Shepperton

The body of a man has been found in the River Thames at Shepperton. A Surrey Police spokesman said officers were called shortly after 11am on Friday to the riverside by Manor Park. A couple on holiday from Kent made the grim discovery when they were mooring their boat to stop and have some lunch.…

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10 things to do in Surrey and Hampshire this weekend, July 4-5

July 3, 2015
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If you’re stuck for ideas of what to do this weekend, fear not – we have put together a list of activities to help you out. From Fleet’s 60th carnival and a military open day, to an open air theatre show and fun activities for children, there are plenty of things going on across Surrey…

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Burst water main at Epsom Downs sees road cracked and broken

July 3, 2015
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Burst water main at Epsom Downs sees road cracked and broken

A water main burst in Epsom on Friday morning, causing vast cracks and large holes in the road surface above. The main, in Langley Vale Road at the junction with Ashley Road, burst at around 9am. Surrey Police closed off one side of the road, with officers saying there had been “a torrent” of water…

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Transfer news LIVE: Liverpool striker hunt plus all Friday’s gossip and done deals

July 3, 2015
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Transfer news LIVE: Liverpool striker hunt plus all Friday’s gossip and done deals

Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. Click here to view our community standards Previous Articles Premier League’s new kits being revealed: See what YOUR team will be wearing next season Arsenal, Liverpool, Spurs and Newcastle are just some of the teams that have unveiled their kits for the 2015-16 campaign, see…

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Hampton Court Palace Flower Show: Couple selling memories in a jar

July 3, 2015
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Roy and Julia Beswick, owners of The Card Collection, have been indulging in stories and childhood memories from visitors at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show this week. The couple, dressed in old fashioned clothing at their sweet stand, have been selling products from their card and sweet shop in East Molesey. Julia said:…

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Devastating Tom Curran is Surrey’s hero in Gloucestershire win

July 3, 2015
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Devastating Tom Curran is Surrey’s hero in Gloucestershire win

Devastating Tom Curran led Surrey to an innings victory over Gloucestershire which has given a massive boost to their promotion hopes. The 20-year-old’s 7-20 at The Oval was praised by director of cricket Alec Stewart as “one of the best spells of bowling I’ve seen for a long time”, as it put his side on…

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Goodwood Festival of Speed sees Damon Hill support Halow project

July 3, 2015
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Goodwood Festival of Speed sees Damon Hill support Halow project

VIEW GALLERY It is almost 10 years since a group of parents and friends came together with the same thought in mind – what was to become of their teenage child with learning disabilities after they left school and college? Harriet, Amber, Laura, Oliver and William were the inspiration behind halow, the charity founded by…

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British Grand Prix: McLaren-Honda seeking Silverstone cheer

July 3, 2015
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It says much about McLaren’s nightmare of a season that the team just finishing at Silverstone may raise one of the biggest cheers of the British Grand Prix. Two successive races in which they have failed to get over the line make Sunday’s (July 5) race even more important. Fernando Alonso has suffered even more…

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Golden Horn bids for Coral-Eclipse glory at Sandown Park

July 3, 2015
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Golden Horn is the hot favourite to repeat his Derby victory in Saturday’s (Jul 4) Coral Eclipse at Sandown Park. Priced 11-4 on for the big race at Esher, the unbeaten son of Cape Cross is one of five runners, and the three-year-old colt – ridden by Frankie Dettori – will aim to show the…

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Chelsea captain John Terry visits Shooting Star Chase hospice

July 3, 2015
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Chelsea captain John Terry visits Shooting Star Chase hospice

Chelsea Football Club captain John Terry visited a leading hospice last week to speak with families, sign autographs and even take part in a kick-about with children. Shooting Star Chase, based in Addlestone, welcomed the football star and his wife, Toni, to its Hampton site on Thursday last week. The pair were given a tour…

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ISIS-related graffiti discovered at Godalming special needs school

July 3, 2015
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Police were called to a school for children with special needs in Godalming after a new pagoda was found defaced with ‘extremist’ graffiti. Staff members at St Dominic’s School, in Hambledon, were shocked to find a recently unveiled wooden pagoda damaged on June 24 with what is believed to be ISIS-related markings. The police were…

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