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Local Democracy Reporter
Around 40 environmental protestors are staging a demonstration at Surrey County Council's offices this morning.
Councillors arriving for the meeting had to be guided through the car park by security, and into the building through another entrance.
Many of the protestors are wearing animal masks and holding up flags.
The council is due to discuss planting more trees in urban areas, the protection of verges and banning certain weedkillers.
The leader of the council, Tim Oliver, spoke to the demonstrators on his way in.
The Argus: Man kicks down door of flat on fire fearing a baby was inside
Kent Online: Plans for recycling centre at Aylesham Industrial Estate Canterbury set for approval
Get Surrey: Pregnant Frimley woman hit by cyclist riding on pavement feared unborn child had been killed
Chichester Observer: Concern for 79-year-old who went missing from Goodwood Festival of Speed
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne man steals nearly £200 worth of meat from Iceland
Crawley and Horley Observer: Gatwick Airport ‘has no plans for third runway’
Worthing Herald: Lancing man returns to find mysterious teenager in his car
Mid Sussex Times: Haywards Heath Fire Station Open Day in pictures
Brighton and Hove News: Planners back £260m scheme for 850 homes on rundown Hove trading estate
Hastings Observer: Police find woman’s body in Hastings flat
Brighton and Hove Independent: MP joins neighbours in opposition to flats scheme for Hove seafront
The Argus: One of the Preston Park Twins must be chopped down
Kent Online: Kent road one of Britain's most dangerous
Get Surrey: 'Silly man' tells motorcyclist lying injured that police are 'time-wasting'
Chichester Observer: Chichester man found dead at home with shotgun nearby
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne venue ban for Katie Hopkins
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Worthing Herald: Goodwood unveil this year’s Festival of Speed sculpture
Mid Sussex Times: Three arrested after early morning break-in at Sussex pub
Brighton and Hove News: Five arrested after bottles thrown during dawn brawl on Brighton seafront
Hastings Observer: Hastings gym helps raise awareness of male suicide rates
Brighton and Hove Independent: Project aims to get girls into cycling
A 60-year-old pedestrian was seriously injured in a collision in Guildford on Monday.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash, which happened at about 20:20 BST on Hartshill, near the junction with Roman Farm Road.
The pedestrian, a local man, was taken by air ambulance to a London hospital with serious head, arm and leg injuries. The driver of the green Peugeot car was not injured.
No arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing.
Local Democracy Reporter
Plans to close rubbish tips in Surrey could be scrapped in favour of better education around recycling, councillors have been told.
Surrey County Council cabinet members decided to halt the closures earlier this year and commissioned a task group to review the use of the sites following a public outcry against the plans.
On Monday the group reported back to councillors, and said it was looking towards a recommendation not to close the four sites in Bagshot, Cranleigh, Dorking and Warlingham, and that more money could be saved by improving recycling.
The closure would have affected an estimated 54,000 households, making savings of around £1m a year.
Councillor Andrew Povey, who has been leading the cross-party task group, told the Communities, Environment and Highways Select Committee: “In terms of largest savings, they would come from reducing the amount of waste or increasing the amount of recycling.”
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Mid Sussex Times: Warehouse fire in Burgess Hill
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