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Have you seen this diamond and sapphire ring?

Hunt on for diamond ring stolen from Sutton home

The teenager was arrested last night

Teen to appear in court charged with carrying knife in Sutton High Street

Ruth Dombey (left), Tim Crowley (centre) and Tom Brake MP (right) have all said that refugees should be allowed to come to the UK.

Sutton politicians call for more to be done for refugees

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Peter Bucklitsch

"Syrian boy's death was fault of greedy parents" tweets failed Wimbledon UKIP candidate

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Which offshore companies have bought land or buildings in your neighbourhood?

Which offshore companies have bought land or buildings in your neighbourhood?

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Spectacular: double rainbow

Spectacular double rainbow lands in Sutton back gardens - but what does weather hold today?

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Have your say on how council splashes £500k on High Street revamp

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Man assaulted in own home by attackers pretending to deliver a parcel

The ambulance outside the station today

Southern train worker rescues man who jumped onto tracks

Tributes laid at the junction of Carshalton Road and Goat Road for Claudia Landa

Spate of crashes on single stretch of road spark safety calls from grieving mum

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Comedian Tim Vine is coming back to Sutton – here’s 10 of his best jokes

Comedian Tim Vine is coming back to Sutton – here’s 10 of his best jokes

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Jonathan Palmer, 30, Stuart Palmer, 28 and their half brother Jason Lewin, 33, appeared at the Old Bailey charged with the murder of 75-year-old Peter Lee, of Tooting.

Brothers in court over death of Tooting pensioner killed by vehicle

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Cyclist suffers multiple injuries in Audi crash

Benjamin Brown, above, scammed elderly victims out of thousands of pounds

Sentencing of 'born-again' Christian traveller who scammed elderly victims delayed as 'act of compassion'

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Slaughtered: A portion of an image sent in by Mr Bowen

Chicken's head left on spike by allotment raiders

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Sport

Relief: After the disappointment of the cup  defeat, any win in the league was greatly  welcome and defender Danny Dudley, left, summed up the mood at the final whistle	    				      Pictures: Stuart Tree

Football: Corinthian Casuals get back on league track after FA Cup disaster

Disappointed: Alex Griffiths, the skipper of Richmond CC, who will finish runners up in Division One of the Middlesex County League

Cricket: Richmond's title shot may have disappeared, but it's all a learning curve

Heads up: Rob Bartley gets up highest for Met Police during their 1-0 defeat at Hampton & Richmond on Saturday     All pictures: SP93094

Football: Cooper’s ready to ring changes at Met Police

Picture of concentration: Pippa Earley en route to gold in the 75m hurdles at the English National Championships

Athletics: Pippa’s double national gold whammy

Superstars: Kingston AC & Polytechnic Harriers  show off the Lily B League and Cup plates

Athletics: Kingston & Poly youngsters are Lily B champions again

Contribution: Malden Wanderers’ Pete Young hit a half-century against Farnham to help secure another season in Division One

Cricket: Stags are safe for another year

Disappointment: Harlequins and Gabriel Ibitoye could not get past Gloucester                 All pictures: Gareth Harmer

Harlequins: Sevens ended in defeat, but the skipper can see the positives

Winner: Tommy Bradford, partially hidden, fires Carshalton Athletic into the first qualifying round of the FA Cup              Picture: Ian Gerrard

Football: Carshalton Athletic show they have the fight for the FA Cup

Clubmates (left to right): Stephanie Mitchell, Gary Ironmonger, Hannah Edwards and Alexandra Shamiol

Athletics: National ranking spots up for grabs for Herne Hill Harriers

Settle down: Once Jim White has put his yellow tie away, maybe some sanity can return to the game

House of Payne: Here we go again, dig out that yellow tie yawn

Happier times: Danny Parsons, right, beating Kingsley Stembridge in the Queensbury Boxing League in 2013

Boxing ticket to ride: Parsons up for second shot at pro boxing debut

Cheer up: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has looked downbeat despite a first win of the season.

Bridge Banter: Why the long face Mr Mourinho?

One of a million memories: Jamie Byatt, third from left, in Sao Paulo about to play in front of 30,000 fans             Picture: Stuart Tree

Football: Bye bye Byatt's message to Corinthian Casuals fans

Tough times: Mitch Gilbert in GP3 Series action in Spa

Motorsport: Gilbert downbeat after disappointment in Spa

National Sport

Mitch Marsh is determined to 'beat England in England'

Mitch Marsh: England's attacking style could mean wickets for Australia

Manager Gareth Southgate was pleased with the performance of his newly-constructed under-21 side

Gareth Southgate satisfied with new recruits after narrow win for Young Lions

Wales manager Chris Coleman said team spirit was behind his side's 1-0 victory in Cyprus

Chris Coleman hails team spirit after Wales take big step towards Euro 2016

Eoin Morgan's men were beaten by the world champions

Captain Eoin Morgan insists England will learn from defeat to Australia

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