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The construction site in Reigate Road, Ewell - the former site of Nescot College - where 91 new homes are being built.

Were Roman skeletons found on the Nescot College construction site?

The junction of Wilmerhatch Road and Loop Road, where a serious crash saw a woman in her forties taken to St George’s Hospital in Tooting

Woman in her forties rushed to hospital with 'serious injuries' after two-car crash in Epsom

Epsom and Ewell MP Chris Grayling had defended Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne's controversial proposed cuts to tax credits on national television last month.

Chris Grayling MP defends social welfare cuts after George Osborne's U-turn on cuts to tax credits

M25 near Redhill, where the crash between a car and a lorry happened

Car and a lorry crash on M25

Tech review: Sony Smart B Trainer is a runner's best friend

Tech review: Sony Smart B Trainer is a runner's best friend

The winners on the night pose with their awards

Elderly care providers win top gong at glittering Epsom and Ewell business awards bash

Attack: High Down prison

Police not ready to bring charges over prisoner-on-prisoner 'sex assault' at High Down prison

Epsom-raised comedian Tim Vine

Tim Vine to lend a helping hand in hosting Tadworth-based Children's Trust comedy night

What Banstead High Street might look like once its Christmas lights are illuminated on Saturday, December 5.

Banstead High Street to get a "touch of Christmas magic" after crowdfunding site reaches its target

Kevin Hurley has called the u-turn on £25m worth of cuts a "great sigh of relief"

Surrey Police crime commissioner's great sigh of relief' over u-turn on £25m cuts in spending review

Nature notes: Iconic travellers

Nature notes: Iconic travellers

Is Andrew Marr right about IS?

IS, tampons, justice, walking in winter and a free NHS - It must be 5 Thoughts

Outside help has been called in to help Epsom and St Helier hospitals improve their critical care department

Watchdog exposes inappropriate behaviour at Epsom and St Helier hospitals

Is Slade's Merry Xmas Everybody one of your favourite festive tunes?

PLAYLIST: The best Christmas songs, chosen by you, and 9 tenuous south London links to festive songs

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced his budget plans in the Autumn Statement on Wednesday, November 25

Epsom and Ewell to "hold their breath" to see how Autumn Statement will affect them

Left to right: Sara Dawson, Devenia Besant and Nicci Potts at All Things Nice in Ewell Village, where handbags were donated

Handbags donated across the borough to help homeless women this winter

Last year's winners. Epsom and Ewell's 'dynamic business community' is to be honoured tonight

Who will be crowned best business at the Epsom Best Business Awards?

Emily Johnson, 13, before cutting her hair that will now be used by the Little Princess Trust to make wigs for children who lose their hair during treatment for cancer.

Ewell teenager with "heart of gold" and severe learning disabilities donates hair for wigs for cancer children

The Cornerstone School, in West Hill, Epsom, which will close after being deemed ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted

Epsom Christian school to close after getting 'inadequate' Ofsted rating

Fil Oliveira, 24, manager of Hartley's off-licence, where a thief stole alcohol after a ram-raid attack

Porsche thief ram-raids high street shop for a "few bottles of champagne" in "ludicrous" attack

Zafer Dinc will face trial from April 18 next year

Teenage boy 'incited to give oral sex' in cafe on Christmas Eve

The A9 Autoroute highway, where Mr William Marc Etheridge died after being hit by a Volkswagen Golf

Worcester Park man, 22, was 'looking the wrong way' when killed by car in France

George Langridge, left, with Akif Kablan, right, and town centres manager Alanna Coombes, centre

"I want local residents to feel proud of their town centre" says new manager who wants Epsom to be bustling market town

Nature notes: Safety in numbers

Nature notes: Safety in numbers

The charred remains of one of ten lorries after a pair of arsonists torched an Epsom family business

Arrest made as reward offered for information on £1.5million lorry fires

A car like the one used in the Banstead ram-raid

Grand theft auto: Alcohol thief uses Porsche Cayenne to ram-raid off-licence - then does a celebration lap of town

Attacker dislocates man's finger and slashes victim's car in Burgh Heath supermarket car park

Attacker dislocates man's finger and slashes car in Burgh Heath supermarket car park

Charred remains of two of the lorries burnt at Penwarden haulage in the early hours of Saturday, October 3.

Reward offered to help catch arsonists who torched Epsom family business

Ashley Road, Epsom, where a 17-year-old girl was assaulted following a car crash on Thursday, November 19

Teenage girl assaulted in road rage incident in broad daylight on busy Epsom road

Leatherhead Food Research's previous headquarters in Randalls Way, Leatherhead

Leatherhead Food Research to leave town after 96 years

David Waddell of Epsom Baptist Church, Claire Atkinson, who worked with refugees in Budapest as they made their way across Europe, and Jonathan Lees of Generation Church

Epsom and Ewell Refugee Network prepare to help "most vulnerable" fleeing Syria

Counter-terrorism deputy assistant commissioner Neil Basu

Counter-terrorism Awareness Week begins as UK's threat level remains at "severe"

The rain will slowly clear by early afternoon but the odd shower is still likely, according to the Met Office.

Cloud, wind and rain predicted across south west London

Clockwise from left: Julie Morris, Neil Dallen speaking with the Epsom Guardian’s Ben Weich, and Karan Persand

Losing candidates call for reform after slimmest of election victories... But winning Tories brand Lib Dems 'sore losers'

Father Christmas with mayor of Epsom and Ewell Councillor Chris Frost

Countdown to Christmas begins in Epsom with lights switch-on events

Left: Kevin Mallett and and right: Coun David Fraser in the minivan bought for Horton Haven

Epsom psychiatric home 'very grateful' to receive £23,000 minivan for day-tripping

L-R: Rodolphe Giacalone, Charlotte Laura Eades and Sarah Mortimer buy some French soap goods from Steven Macrae

Leatherhead Christmas shoppers celebrate French culture and resolve after Paris attacks

Dig out those scarves: winter is here

Frost and icy winds as cold snap announces arrival of winter

Nature notes: Melody makers

Nature notes: Melody makers

Staff at Clarehaven Stables in Newmarket, Suffolk bid Golden Horn a fond farewell

Epsom Derby champion Golden Horn retired and put out to stud

Members of Ewell Court Residents’ Association, Ewell Court Women’s Institute, Ewell Court Arts Group, Ewell Court House Organisation and Ewell Court House Organisation and borough councillors Eber Kington and Guy Robbins outside Ewell Court House

Ewell Court House rises from the ashes after devastating fire

Johnny Depp stars as real-life gangster Whitey Bulger in Black Mass

Film review: Black Mass (15) – Johnny Depp proves he has still got it in real-life gangster movie

Could Malden bypass be on the cards 25 years on?

Are we going to get a quick route onto the A3 from Chessington and Epsom?

The ballot is a slap in the face to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt who wishes to impose a new contract that changes the definition of sociable hours and pay.

Epsom and St Helier hospitals prepare for first junior doctor walk-out on December 1

Conservative Karan Persand celebrates his win in the Surrey County Council by-election for Epsom West.

Conservative Karan Persand wins Surrey County Council by-election for Epsom West

Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland has returned this Christmas

12 reasons why Hyde Park Winter Wonderland may be the best thing about Christmas in London 2015

Epsom and Ewell MP Chris Grayling's criminal courts charges should be "abolished as soon as possible", according to the justice select committee

MPs urge Ministry of Justice to scrap Chris Grayling MP's criminal courts charge

Weekend weather: SNOW to hit parts of the UK this weekend - but London might miss out

Weekend weather: SNOW to hit parts of the UK this weekend - but London might miss out

Krtin Nithiyanandam's Alzheimer's test could detect the disease before symptoms materialise

International recognition for Sutton schoolboy who developed test for Alzheimer's

Rock choir singing for St Raphael's Hospice and Change Foundation

Rock choir singing for St Raphael's Hospice and Change Foundation

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