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Tory candidate ousts Surrey PCC
Independent Kevin Hurley defeated as Surrey police and crime commissioner by conservative David Munro.
VIDEO: Political week in 60 seconds
The headlines from the political week are reviewed in 60 seconds by BBC Sunday Politics South East.
Assistant boss Barker departs Aldershot
Aldershot Town release player-assistant manager Chris Barker following three seasons with the National League club.
Thunder and Storm set for final
Manchester Thunder and Surrey Storm face each other in the Superleague final to crown the 2016 winners.
VIDEO: In 360: What's going on at London Bridge?
In 360: What's going on at London Bridge?
Conservatives retain Surrey councils
The Conservatives keep control of Tandridge District Council and Runnymede Borough Council.
London rail fire disruption continues
A fire on the tracks at Vauxhall Station in London is causing major disruption on services in Surrey into and out of the city.
Prison officers attacked as 'punch bags'
A "spate of attacks" leaves prison officers with broken jaws, noses and wrist at HMP High Down in Surrey
VIDEO: Rail line reopens after landslip
A rail line between Farnham and Alton has reopened after repairs to a collapsed embankment.
Man jailed over haulage yard arson
A man is jailed after he admitted starting a fire which caused £1.5m of damage to lorries in a haulage yard in Epsom.
Family missing after Facebook plea
Police search for a woman believed to have gone on the run with her two children after posting on Facebook that her daughters had been taken into care.
Galton and Simpson get Bafta fellowship
Creators of Steptoe and Son to be honoured
Waddock returns as Aldershot manager
Gary Waddock returns to National League side Aldershot Town for a second spell as manager, replacing Barry Smith.
Gang jailed over pensioner phone scam
Eight men are jailed over a £1m pensioner fraud including in Guildford which police say helped fund people travelling from the UK to Syria.
Children in stolen car 'unharmed'
Two young children found "unharmed" in back of car stolen following a police chase.
Curran half-century hands Surrey draw
Tom Curran's half-century helps Surrey claim a draw against Durham on the final day at The Oval.
Woking set to appoint new chairman
Woking plan to name a new chairman on Thursday after Mike Smith's departure after five years in the role.