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Robins best Eagles in Surrey County Cup semi-final

Sutton Guardian:

6:00am Friday 27th February 2015

Some of the borough’s finest female footballers went toe-to-toe in the semi-final of the Surrey County Cup in a rain-soaked borough derby.

Traveller camp sparks redevelopment calls at Victoria House

Sutton Guardian:

5:00pm Thursday 26th February 2015

Business owners and people living in North Cheam are still waiting on the redevelopment of a notorious eyesore after the derelict site was occupied by travellers.

Donations help disabled toddler make first moves

Sutton Guardian:

1:30pm Thursday 26th February 2015

A mother fundraising for her disabled daughter has thanked charitable members of the public who have donated nearly £9,000.

"I would spank them, tie them up, and use verbal domination... BDSM saved my life" says Cheam-based dominatrix

Sutton Guardian:

5:10pm Wednesday 25th February 2015

In a large mansion in a leafy part of Cheam thrill-seekers come to be tied-up, caned, and verbally abused by professional dominatrix Madam Masters.

The Voice contestant Charlotte Turnbull to return again next time after 'surreal' experience

Sutton Guardian:

5:03pm Tuesday 24th February 2015

The Voice contestant Charlotte Turnbull says ‘it is not the end of the world’ she didn’t make it to the next round of the show, and will enter the competition again next time.

Sutton man jailed for running cannabis factory with estimated 60k street value

Sutton Guardian:

11:11am Tuesday 24th February 2015

A man has been jailed for three years after running a huge cannabis factory in a Sutton flat, where he grew plants with a combined street value of roughly £60,000.

Bullying rife at Sutton Council according to UNISON survey

Sutton Guardian:

11:22am Monday 23rd February 2015

Bullying is widespread in Sutton Council according to results published in a newly released staff survey that found "humiliation" and "intimidation" among the most common problems.

Missing tattoo man found in east London

Sutton Guardian:

10:53am Monday 23rd February 2015

The missing man with a distinctive heart tattoo has been found safe and well in east London.

WATCH: Seven videos of Wallington's The Voice hopeful Charlotte Turnbull in action

Sutton Guardian:

4:06pm Friday 20th February 2015

The Voice hopeful Charlotte Turnbull will be performing in front of some of the biggest names in music, when she takes to the stage on the Saturday night prime time show.

Glenthorne Students show they have the right stock for success

Sutton Guardian:

9:00am Saturday 21st February 2015

A group of business-minded students have secured their place in the semi-finals of a national investment competition, after outperforming the stock market with £50,000 of virtual shares.

Council house tenants left covered in bites by blood-sucking bed bugs

Sutton Guardian:

2:50pm Friday 20th February 2015

A despairing mother is "disgusted" with Sutton Council, after her children have been left covered in blisters by a bed bug infestation.

Children encounter some spikey characters in ecology centre open day

Sutton Guardian:

10:14am Friday 20th February 2015

Children came into contact with some prickly customers at the Sutton Ecology Centre.

Thieves steal medical supplies from paramedics while they treated patient

Sutton Guardian:

4:32pm Thursday 19th February 2015

Medical supplies and equipment were stolen from paramedics while they treated a patient.

Wallington singer hoping to dazzle the stars in BBC talent show The Voice

Sutton Guardian:

5:59pm Wednesday 18th February 2015

One of Sutton’s movers and shakers will be performing in front of music royalty Saturday night, after making it to the audition stage of BBC show The Voice.

Worcester Park firefighter in emotional farewell after nearly 30 years service

Sutton Guardian:

5:40am Thursday 19th February 2015

Worcester Park firefighter John Cliffe had to hold back the tears, when he retired after 27 years serving in Sutton.

Schoolchildren learn the horrors of the Holocaust in eye-opening trip to Auschwitz

Sutton Guardian:

3:19pm Wednesday 18th February 2015

Schoolchildren left behind the relative comfort of the classroom to fly out to a snow-covered Krakow, where they would go on to bear witness to one of the darkest atrocities in history.

Two cars collide in Gaynesford Road in Carshalton

Sutton Guardian:

10:24am Wednesday 18th February 2015

Two cars smashed into each other in Gaynesford Road, Carshalton, this morning.

MP Tom Brake accused of dodging the question when grilled on negotiation tactics ahead of potential coalition talks

Sutton Guardian:

7:10am Saturday 14th February 2015

MP Tom Brake was grilled on whether key policies in the Liberal Democrat manifesto  would be up for negotiation, should the party enter into coalition talks after the general election.

Mystery surrounds wreckage of Vauxhall car in Belmont

Sutton Guardian:

5:00pm Friday 13th February 2015

The crushed shell of a car has been left abandoned at a Belmont junction, with the back of the vehicle almost completely destroyed.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No... it's a window cleaner

Sutton Guardian:

4:34pm Wednesday 11th February 2015

The caped-crusader and his sidekick Robin paid a visit to the Queen Mary’s Hospital for Children on Tuesday, to give the windows a shine and wave hello to the patients.

Teenagers arrested in morning drug raid

Sutton Guardian:

4:03pm Wednesday 11th February 2015

A man and two teenagers have been arrested for drug-related offences after community members tipped off police.

Boy denies stabbing a 15-year-old on a bus in Rose Hill

Sutton Guardian:

4:10pm Monday 9th February 2015

A 16-year-old accused of stabbing another teenager in a broad daylight bus attack, has denied both charges against him.

Richmond named most physically active borough in England

Sutton Guardian:

3:11pm Sunday 8th February 2015

Richmond upon Thames has been revealed as the sportiest borough in the country in a Sport England survey.

Woman taken to hospital after 'running naked down road in distress'

Sutton Guardian:

12:57pm Sunday 8th February 2015

A woman was taken to hospital by police after she was found ‘running naked’ down Chaldon Way in Coulsdon on Friday.

Man jailed for affray after teenager was knifed in Thornton Heath is handed further sentence for assault

Sutton Guardian:

11:37am Sunday 8th February 2015

An attacker has been given a further jail term for assault, having already been imprisoned for affray after a teenager was knifed on a bus.

Woman mugged at knifepoint in night-time robbery

Sutton Guardian:

10:33am Sunday 8th February 2015

A woman has been left shaken after being robbed at knifepoint in Kingswood Road in Tadworth.

15-year-old Clapham girl still missing

Sutton Guardian:

9:40am Sunday 8th February 2015

A 15-year-old girl not seen since Thursday is still missing.

Save the Old Rectory Carshalton campaign launched to protect Grade II listed building

Sutton Guardian:

4:39pm Friday 6th February 2015

Campaigners keen to protect Sutton’s historical and cultural heritage, have come together amid concerns for the future of Carshalton’s Old Rectory.

Campaigning mum celebrates after Sky and TalkTalk success

Sutton Guardian:

4:27pm Friday 6th February 2015

Carshalton campaigner Kathy McGuinness was celebrating last week, after internet giants Sky and TalkTalk added default porn filters to their services.

Blind woman burgled by fake police officers

Sutton Guardian:

11:35am Friday 6th February 2015

A blind great-grandmother has been left shaken-up after being burgled by 'gutless' men posing as police officers.

Sutton police figures reveal more than 500 rapes reported since 1992 remain unsolved

Sutton Guardian:

5:10pm Wednesday 4th February 2015

Sutton Guardian can exclusively reveal 539 rapes reported to police in just over 20 years remain unsolved.

Three boys charged after 'nasty knifepoint robbery' in Benhill Avenue

Sutton Guardian:

4:33pm Monday 2nd February 2015

Three teenagers including a 13-year-old have been charged after a 'nasty knifepoint robbery.'

Protestors set up camp outside MP Chris Grayling's house in fight to 'Stop the War on Dads'

Sutton Guardian:

12:40pm Sunday 1st February 2015

Protestors have set up a camp outside Justice Minister Chris Grayling’s house, as part of their fight to shake up the family courts system.

London Ambulance Service called out after crash in Malden Road

Sutton Guardian:

11:09am Sunday 1st February 2015

A Range Rover was involved in a collision with another vehicle in Malden Road, New Malden, last night.

Teenage girl missing for five days found safe and well in Tooting

Sutton Guardian:

10:29am Sunday 1st February 2015

A 15-year-old girl who was missing for five days has been found safe and well in Tooting, Wandsworth.

Woman taken to hospital and six people are injured in late night collision

Sutton Guardian:

9:40am Sunday 1st February 2015

A woman in her 30s was taken to hospital and six people were injured, after a collision in Commonside East in Mitcham last night.

Snowflakes fall in Sutton during afternoon showers

Sutton Guardian:

4:57pm Thursday 29th January 2015

Flurries of snowflakes were seen falling in the town centre this afternoon.

Caretaker to hang up his broom after 44 years serving Chaucer House in Sutton

Sutton Guardian:

10:58am Thursday 29th January 2015

A long-serving caretaker is finally hanging up his broom after nearly half-a-century on the same estate.

Gunman shoots two squirrels dead and injures a fox in Grange Road area of Sutton

Sutton Guardian:

5:01pm Tuesday 27th January 2015

Squirrels have been shot dead and a fox has been injured in a spate of attacks near Grange Road in Sutton.

Mothers rally together in fight to save Sutton's children's centres

Sutton Guardian:

2:29pm Tuesday 27th January 2015

Mothers from the Roundshaw estate rallied together to tell the council the area will ‘sink into a state of mourning’ if their local children’s centre is closed.

Public meeting will give people the chance to air concerns about Rainbow Industrial Estate development in Raynes Park

Sutton Guardian:

12:17pm Sunday 25th January 2015

People concerned about the impact of the controversial proposed development of the Rainbow Industrial Estate in Raynes Park, can air their concerns at a public meeting on Monday night.

Cat missing for ten weeks reunited with owner after being found trapped in a phone box

Sutton Guardian:

11:31am Sunday 25th January 2015

A missing moggy has been reunited its family after being found trapped in a telephone box five miles from home.

Teddington listed as one of top ten burglary hotspots in the UK

Sutton Guardian:

10:56am Sunday 25th January 2015

People in Teddington are more likely to have their houses broken into than almost anywhere else in the country,  according to analysis of insurance claims.

Dead body found near The Grange pub in London Road, Wallington

Sutton Guardian:

10:06am Sunday 25th January 2015

A cordon is in place in London Road, Wallington, this morning, after a dead body was found near the car par of The Grange Bar and Restaurant.

Violent robbers who pinned a man to the floor before stealing his bank card are jailed

Sutton Guardian:

9:52am Sunday 25th January 2015

Muggers who tackled a man to the floor before stealing his wallet and bank card, have been handed a combined sentence of more than 10 years.

Town centre development delivers a blow to parking

Sutton Guardian:

5:38pm Thursday 22nd January 2015

A major development in Sutton town centre has tightened the squeeze on parking and left businesses in the dark about their future.

VIDEO: Drug smuggler turned Christian rapper finds God after evangelist returns hearing to left ear

Sutton Guardian:

4:30pm Wednesday 21st January 2015

A rapper and former drug smuggler who was deaf in one ear, found God after being healed by a preacher in a ‘Damascus Road experience.'

Glamorous great-grandmother 'doesn't feel a day over 60' after celebrating her 102nd birthday

Sutton Guardian:

2:52pm Tuesday 20th January 2015

A glamorous great-grandmother has thanked her daughters for keeping her young, after celebrating her 102nd birthday last week.

MP Paul Burstow takes part in eye-opening simulation at St Helier Hospital

Sutton Guardian:

9:53am Tuesday 20th January 2015

Sutton and Cheam MP Paul Burstow put himself in an old person’s shoes on Friday, when he was strapped into an age simulation suit at St Helier hospital.

External review will determine future of controversial 'stuffed turkey' Sutton Life Centre

Sutton Guardian:

5:00pm Friday 16th January 2015

Councillors have traded blows over the role of the Sutton Life Centre, with the leader of the opposition repeatedly calling the building a ‘turkey.’


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