Wed, 16th Apr 2014

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Kingston railway bridge saved from being hit by drifting 25ft barge

11:10am Wednesday 16th April 2014

Kingston Guardian: Kingston railway bridge saved from being hit by drifting 25ft barge

A riverboat stopped Kingston railway bridge from being hit by a 25ft barge after vandals untied it and released in into the river.

Five arrested over town centre 'stick fight'

10:47am Wednesday 16th April 2014

Kingston Guardian: Gangs of youths 'with sticks' battle in Kingston town centre

Five people have been arrested after a brawl in Kingston town centre that stopped traffic as men 'attacked each other with sticks'.

Father died in hospital following surgery after telling his wife 'I'm going home tomorrow'

6:00am Wednesday 16th April 2014

Kingston Guardian: St George's Hospital in Tooting

A middle-aged father died in hospital following surgery after telling his wife ‘they are going to send me home tomorrow’, a coroners’ court heard.

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Sport

Sutton & Epsom coach left frustrated by a season of injury woe

5:05pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

Kingston Guardian: Man with the boot: Sam Hurley                All pictures: Dave Jackson

Sutton & Epsom RFC’s head coach Jeff Parsons has felt the frustration of a difficult return to London Division One South.

Rosslyn Park must wait for title decider

4:36pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

Kingston Guardian: Break away: Park’s Will Bowley gets away from the Hull defence 	         Picture: David Whittam

Rosslyn Park fans face an agonising wait before the defining weekend of the National League One season.

Battersea Ironsides need you to raise the roof

4:32pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

Kingston Guardian: None shall pass: Colin O’Keeffe will lead his Battersea Ironsides out on Saturday hoping they can overcome the final hurdle and reach the national final of the RFU Junior Vase at Twickenham

Battersea Ironsides skipper Colin O’Keeffe is calling on all rugby fans in the area to descend on Garratt Green this weekend and cheer the side onto Twickenham.

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