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  • It’s cool for cats

    It’s cool for cats0

    They’re cool cats! That’s Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes’ verdict on the new players drafted into her side this summer ahead of the first WSL match of the new season. From strikers Catarina Macario (from Lyon) and Mia Fishel (who Hayes has already dubbed ‘Big Fish’) to experienced defender Ash Lawrence and England reserve keeper

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  • 50ft mast bid for Burney Triangle

    50ft mast bid for Burney Triangle0

    Funny how proposals to install new mobile phone masts are made during school holidays when many residents are away, isn’t it? The bid to build a 50ft (15m) 5G telecoms mast and additional cabinets in Ferguson Avenue by the Burney Triangle – an area of green space with a stunning new bug hotel and flower beds – was

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  • Blues face Roma in friendly

    Blues face Roma in friendly0

    Chelsea Women start their build-up to the new Women’s Super League season this weekend with a friendly against Roma at Kingsmeadow, where (above) scarf sellers are further testament to growth in the women’s game.  OK, schools are still on holiday, so it’s even possible for youngsters to come to an evening match… but who in

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  • Chelsea stars in the World Cup

    Chelsea stars in the World Cup0

    The Women’s World Cup kicks off in Oz and New Zealand, with a shoal of Chelsea stars in action… sometimes playing against each other! Matches are being split between BBC and ITV, but the time difference means that games are live in the UK between 6am and noon. It all builds up to the final

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  • Bugs at home at the Burney

    Bugs at home at the Burney0

    Biodiversity officer Elliot Newton outlines the planet’s need for bug homes and insect and bird-friendly planting to counter the Earth’s mass extinction ecological crisis. He was speaking after the mayor, Cllr Diane White, officially opened the Burney Bug Hotel in Surbiton, at the Burney Triangle – the green space at the junction of Burney Avenue

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  • Murray triumphs at Surbiton

    Murray triumphs at Surbiton1

    A huge roar of went up from a full house at Surbiton’s centre court this afternoon (Sunday) as the announcer declared the arrival of “Sir Andy Murray” to contest the final of the trophy that bears the town’s name. Maddeningly, eight unbroken days of brilliant sunshine ended halfway through the match, with Murray (closest to

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