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Titanic by numbers
At 883ft long, the Titanic weighed more than 46,000 tonnes and was carrying more than 2,200 passengers. More than 1,500 of them died when the vessel struck an iceberg and sank while crossing the Atlantic on its maiden voyage, having set out from ...
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Heritage: The triumph and tragedy of Wimbledon's own Sandy Denny
Sandy Denny (1947-78), the Wimbledon songstress who became Britain's most pre-eminent folk/rock singer-songwriter in the 1970s, died exactly 34 years ago tomorrow, aged just 31.
Hunt for most wanted goes international
The Surrey Comet's hunt for Kingston's most wanted has gone international in a bid to help police track down people believed to have fled the country.
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Dead rising from grave in Epsom as child finds bones
A child is believed to have taken home human bones last month, sparking fresh calls for action to protect thousands of bodies in an abandoned cemetery.
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Titanic - Factfile
At 883ft long, the Titanic weighed more than 46,000 tonnes and was carrying more than 2,200 passengers. More than 1,500 of them died when the vessel struck an iceberg and sank while crossing the Atlantic on its maiden voyage, having set out from ...
Model dresses up as badger for animal charity
A professional model will be dressing up - this time as a badger - to run a marathon for an animal charity. James Farmer, who has been photographed for the cover of GQ Magazine and models for the fashion industry, will be running the Brighton Marathon ...
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Sutton Council leader to step down
Sutton Council leader Sean Brennan has announced he is stepping down after almost a decade in the role. Councillor Sean Brennan, will step down from his post on May 21 when changes to how the council is run are brought in.
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allotment holders play along with April Fool's spoof
Allotment holders from Kingston were the centre of an April Fool's Day spoof story about a hosepipe amnesty. Credulous readers saw in the Independent on Sunday that Britain's worst drought for three decades had led to a Government-led Hand in your Hose ...
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Working hard: Noni Farrelly of Kingston Growbaby with some of the equipment ...
One in three children are living below the poverty line in parts of Kingston and the numbers could rise when they are reassessed this summer.
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Man jailed for letting illegal immigrants use identity
A man who allowed two illegal immigrants to use his identity to get jobs and stay in Britain has been jailed for nearly four years.
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