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  • One thousand attend protest against Heathrow expansion

    By Kingston People at 00:18 on 29/04/13
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    Up to a thousand residents living under the Heathrow flight path turned out to a mass rally against proposals to build a third runway at Heathrow Airport. The rally, organised by Zac Goldsmith, MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston, was held in Barn Elms Playing Fields on Saturday. Heathrow is already one of the world's busiest airports, handling around 69 million passengers a year. The expansion of Heathrow is one of the options...
  • Could Heathrow expansion impact Surbiton and Kingston?

    By Kingston People at 10:01 on 05/04/13
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    New noise contour maps showing the heavy impact of Heathrow expansion on some areas within Kingston borough have been released by pressure group 2M this week. The maps show that nearly 3 million more people could be affected by the noise of planes taking off and landing from 4:30 in the morning every day. Additional flight paths resulting from the expansion will mean that Surbiton and parts of Kingston could be heavily impacted by...
  • Gas leak leads to Kingston rush hour gridlock

    By Kingston People at 21:12 on 02/04/13
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    Rush hour traffic outside Kingston station was gridlocked this morning after a gas leak meant that Queen Elizabeth Road was reduced to one lane. The gas repair works meant that buses along Wood Street, Eden Street and Clarence Street were also affected and rush hour traffic in and around Kingston was severely disrupted. The works are expected to continue until the end of the week. A spokeswoman from Southern Gas Network said: "To...
  • Mind the toads in Ham

    By adam_leone at 13:32 on 08/03/13
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    Motorists passing through Ham are being asked to watch out for toads crossing the road. Each year, hundreds of amphibians move from Ham Common to a small section of Church Road to spawn. Around 100 are killed each year by passing cars during mating season. To ensure the safety of the toads, a small section of Church Road (between Ham Gate Avenue and Latchmere Lane) will be closed from 4pm Friday the 15th March until 8am Monday 1st...

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