Lib Dem councillor found guilty of election fraud

LIBERAL DEMOCRAT Mohammed Bashir has been found guilty of fixing the 2012 Maybury and Sheerwater ward election. Mr Bashir, who had an election petition brought to him by former Labour candidate Mohammad... Read more »

Ottershaw teen found in Woking

FOLLOWING a public appeal for information, a missing 18-year-old man from Ottershaw has been located safe and well at an address in Woking. Joshua Habgood was found following a reported sighting of him by a... Read more »

Concern grows for missing Ottershaw teenager

CONCERN is growing  for the welfare of a missing 18-year-old from Ottershaw. Joshua Habgood was last seen around 12.30am at a property in the Brox Road area of the town, but was... Read more »

Four charged in connection with death of Ryan Harrison

A GUILDFORD resident will face manslaughter charges in connection with the death of a Woking man at Guildford train station. British Transport Police have charged four men following the death of 22-year-old... Read more »
DECISION – chief executive Ray Morgan

Murrays Lane inquest calls thrown out by Ray Morgan

ANGRY Byfleet residents were riled even further by the chief executive’s decision not to begin an inquiry into council conduct over the Murrays Lane row. Byfleeters were out in force at the... Read more »
GRIDLOCK - Bisley was at a stand still

Rider in hospital after motorbike collides with caravan in Bisley

A MOTORCYCLIST plunged head on into a caravan in a near-fatal accident in Bisley on Friday afternoon. The caravan was on the driveway of a house on the Guildford Road when police were... Read more »
OUTRAGE - Lib Dem leaders Ann-Marie Barker and Will Forster

Lib Dems slam Conservatives after £50,000 returned to Government

FURIOUS Liberal Democrats have slammed their opposite numbers at the civic offices after Woking Borough Council failed to distribute more than £50,000 of funding to the community. The Conservative-led local authority declined... Read more »
BLAZE - Surrey Fire and Rescue workers assess the damage

Rescue teams fight overnight Chobham Common blaze

FIREFIGHTERS tackled a potential disaster last night as a blaze took hold on Chobham Common. Five acres of land was destroyed in the fire, which a local birdwatcher spotted breaking out on... Read more »

Council agree to broadcast meetings of the Executive online

WOKING Borough Council last night united with other local authorities and took a big step into the 21st century by agreeing to broadcast some of their meetings online. The webcast scheme, which... Read more »
FEAR – residents on the green outside Boundary Cottage (with alley to right)

Disbelief over move of mental health care facility into Knaphill neighbourhood

KNAPHILL residents are up in arms because they were not consulted about the imminent transfer of mental healthcare patients from a purpose-built home on Bagshot Road into properties in their neighbourhoods. Local... Read more »