Radio Jackie News banner

107.8 Radio Jackie - Bulletins aired each hour



Sunday, 18 November 2018

People across Elmbridge are being urged to explore the area’s “fantastic fungi.”


Esher Common boasts well over 3,000 species of mushrooms alone.

The council is putting on guided walks to educate about and help people reconnect with nature.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

MP for Richmond Park Zac Goldsmith has announced he’s handed in a letter of no confidence in Theresa May.

He’s the 24th conservative MP to publicly state they’ve handed in a letter to the 1922 committee.

If 48 letters are submitted it will trigger a leadership election within the conservative party.

Mr Goldsmith, who backed leave in 2016, says he would rather have voted remain than Mrs May’s Brexit plan.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri has joked he’ll take his players to MacDonald’s every time they keep a clean sheet.

At Leicester the Italian promised his players pizza each game they didn’t concede a goal.

So far this season, Fulham have conceded the most goals in the premier league.

Ranieri took over the reins this week following the sacking of Slavisa Jokanovic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Air pollution in Wandsworth has fallen this year.


That’s according to the Council’s annual air quality report.

Putney High Street noted one of the sharpest declines in pollution levels in recent years.

The improvement in air quality was attributed to the introduction of the borough’s first Low Emission Bus Zone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 am  

A Battersea restaurant has been named the best in Central London for takeaways.


Bombay Bicycle Chef on Queenstown Road was given the award on Monday at The British Takeaway Awards.

It was the first time the Indian had entered the competition in their 15 year history.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 am  

Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri says the chairman is willing to let him buy new players in January.

This is despite Fulham spending more than £100 million in the summer.

Ranieri says he wants to work with the current group before making any decisions though.

The Italian took charge this week following the sacking of Slavisa Jokanovic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

Wales captain Ashley Williams has come out in defence of Chelsea youngster Ethan Ampadu.

During their 2-1 loss to Denmark, Ampadu ended up in the advertising hoardings following a foul by Kasper Dolberg.

The Blues teenager then retaliated and fouled Dolberg once play resumed - picking up a yellow card.

Ashley Williams says that Ampadu was right to stand up for himself though.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 am  

Saturday, 17 November 2018

Councils in south west London support National HIV Testing Week

Councils in south west London are urging their residents to get checked against HIV this week.

It’s part of National HIV Testing Week, which starts on Friday 17th November.

In Croydon more than 100 trained volunteers are out and about encouraging people to get tested.

Meanwhile in Kingston, free and confidential checks will be available at the YES bus in the town centre.

To find your local testing centre, use the links below:

Croydon,

Hounslow,

Kingston,

Richmond,

Sutton,

Wandsworth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Teenager believed to be stabbed during Croydon town centre fight

It’s reported a teenager was stabbed during a fight in Croydon town centre.

Police were called to George Street just after 4:10 on Tuesday afternoon to reports of an altercation.

A man, believed to be in his teens, arrived at hospital with stab wounds a short while later.

No arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 pm  

England score a 35-15 win at Twickenham

England were made to work hard for victory over Japan in their latest rugby union autumn international.

They won 35-15 at Twickenham - but trailed next year's World Cup hosts 15-10 at half time.

Head coach Eddie Jones tells Sky Sports News, it's hard to explain why they were behind at the interval.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A Walton on the Hill restaurant is the best takeaway in Greater London

A restaurant in Walton on the Hill has been named the Best Takeaway in Greater London.

The Spaghetti Tree won the accolade at The British Takeaway Awards on Monday night at the Savoy.

The Italian restaurant was up against four others in the shortlist.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:26 pm  

AFC Wimbledon squandered an early lead to go down 2-1 away at Doncaster and remain firmly in the relegation places in League One.

In the National League Sutton United ground out a 0-0 draw at Gateshead to keep in the play-off places.

There are no fixtures in the Premiership or Championship this weekend because of the international break.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:49 pm  

A planning application has been made to convert the Tolworth Tower into flats.

The proposal is to convert offices on the 3rd to 22nd floors into 240 flats, with leisure and retail space below.

Kingston Councillor Sharron Sumner says that given the scale of the development she has asked for it to be considered in committee rather than by officers.

The iconic tower was opened in 1963 and stands 265 feet high.

Recent development proposals have been beset with financing problems culminating in the project being put into receivership in 2017.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:51 pm  

The local football action is in the lower leagues today.

There are no fixtures in the Premiership or Championship this weekend because of the international break.

In League One AFC Wimbledon travel to Doncaster and in the National League Sutton United are away at Gateshead.

Both games kick off at 3pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 pm  

Supporters of the Kingston branch of Diabetes UK have donated £1,100 for research.

The money is for a project at Surrey University run by Dr Denise Robertson to look at how carbohydrates can improve blood glucose control.

More than 3,000 people in Kingston are classified as having diabetes with at least a further 1,000 having the condition but trying to ignore it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:51 pm  

Carshalton and Wallington MP savages David Davis, former Brexit minister.

Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake has hit out at David Davis – the former secretary of state for Exiting the European Union.

The Liberal Democrat MP Mr Brake claims David Davis is touting himself as a self-appointed trade negotiator and man in Washington.

Davis is said to have negotiated for two years in Brussels in a half-hearted manner – leading to a disorderly Brexit.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:34 am  

Croydon ranked high for its Fairtrade status

Croydon has been ranked 8th in this year’s London food league table.

The council gained the ranking for its Fairtrade status and taking part in the Healthier Catering Commitment scheme for businesses.

The borough also scored well for having community food-growing initiatives such as its SUGAR SMART Campaign.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:50 am  

Sutton Trading Standards warns against cold callers.

Sutton Trading Standards is warning people to be wary of cold callers after an elderly woman in the Belmont area reported two males who came to her home.

They claimed to be from the water board and needed access to her home as they were closing off the water mains.

While the couple were distracted, one of the men entered the bedroom and took a bank card and £300 from her handbag.

The advice is to always check whether the callers are genuine.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:47 am  

Battersea identified as a construction project hub

Wandsworth Council, in partnership with Battersea Power Station, has won a bid to become one of 26 construction project hubs across the country.

The government has announced £22 million of funding to support the programme nationally.

The construction gateway in Battersea will help people learn new skills as well as targeting women, career changers and those with no previous experience.

Regeneration of the Power Station is creating 17,000 employment opportunities over the next 10 years and Sarah Banham, a Director of the Development Company,

says they are committed to employing as many people from the local community as possible.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:45 am  

Deputy Labour leader and Hayes MP on the Brexit chaos.

The deputy leader of the Labour Party has commented on the ongoing
political chaos of the Brexit deal.

John McDonnell believes that Labour – if in power – could negotiate a better deal for Britain’s exit from the European Union.

Speaking from Mansfield, Mr McDonnell who’s also MP for Hayes and Harlington said a general election could happen.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 am  

Croydon's Brit School stages free pop up concerts

The arts school that produced talents such as Adele, Katy B and Leona Lewis is bringing free pop up concerts to Croydon over the coming month.

The Brit School will be showcasing their students in a programme of outdoor showcases on 3 dates, starting on the 29th November.

BRIT presents is sponsored by the Council and Croydon BID to create new events.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 am  

Litter fines to go up in Richmond

Litter fines are going up in Richmond.

A trial’s being launched to increase the current littering Fixed Penalty Notice value from £100 to £150.

The council says its main aim is to reduce fly-tipping and littering and ensure the borough’s streets are clean, green, and safe.

Despite a drop in reported issues, it says littering continues to be a problem and it’s introducing a dedicated “litter squad” to tackle it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:40 am  

Folk in Sutton reluctant to let go of their cars.

Sutton still has one of the highest levels of car ownership in London.

With this in mind, the council is urging residents to take part in a consultation on plans to improve parking and traffic.

The next phase of the consultation is now open for one month and will address problems like CO2 emissions.

Areas included within this phase are St Helier, Sutton South and Belmont and Wallington North.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

Colours for continuing commemoration of Kensingtons.

One of the last Colours presented by King Edward VII to regiments of WWI has been entrusted to Kensington and Chelsea Council.

The then Mayor of Kensington, William Frederick Cavaye had helped organise and equip the 22nd Kensingtons when they went off to war.

He bought them khaki uniforms from his own pocket and sent them briar pipes at Christmas.

The Colours have been handed over as part of the continuing commemorations to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:36 am  

Child neglect conference in Richmond.

Nearly 100 representatives from schools and business across Richmond have come together to tackle child neglect.

The event on Thursday was organised by the Local Safeguarding Children Boards for Richmond and Kingston.

Those who attended heard from leading professors of social work, educational psychologists and took part in workshops.

The aim was to educate adults how to spot child neglect in everyday situations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 am  

Sutton Green cafe is flush with success.

A former derelict public loo in Sutton has been brought back to life – as a café.

Sutton Green Café in the High Street has officially opened to the public after the building was closed for 10 years.

It was saved from demolition by a local campaign and funding from Sutton Council.

Traders and campaigners now volunteer their time and services for the community café.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

Rugby fans face rail disruption on the way to the England match.

Rugby fans are being warned about strike action on South Western Railway.

The industrial action starts again today after last Saturday’s was cancelled.

Fans on their way to Twickenham are advised to check their routes before they set off – buses are running as replacements for trains.

It’s part of the ongoing row over the role of guards on trains and no peace talks are planned.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:24 am  

Harlequins 20 - 7 Newcastle Falcons at the Twickenham Stoop

Round 7 of the Rugby Union Premiership got underway at the Twickenham Stoop as hosts Harlequins welcomed back Newcastle Falcons.

Two weeks ago, the Northern visitors came and conquered their southern rivals in the Premiership Rugby Cup, a close-fought game that could have gone either way.

Harlequins have so far taken points from every Premiership game this season. Newcastle were determined to start working their way off the bottom of the table.

Marcus Smith kicked off proceedings for the hosts and earned an attacking line-out on the visiting 22 after Newcastle gathered the ball but kicked out on the full.

The line-out was secured, a maul formed and then the wings were released.

Falcons secured turnover ball and kicked deep, only for an aerial battle for territory to begin. Eventually Quins put the ball in touch, handing possession to Newcastle. The visitors knocked-on during a sloppy line-out, handing a scrum to the hosts.

The set piece held firm, starting a strong period of Quins’ possession. The hosts seemed unable to progress past the Falcon defence so kicked for territory and touch.

At this point play was halted whilst the visiting no. 7 John Hardie was down receiving treatment.

Moments later and both teams were back to full strength.

Quins stole possession in the line-out and headed for the try-line. Advantage was being played so an attempted chip through was made, only for the ball to be blocked.

Referee JP Doyle signalled the scrum with Mulchrone feeding the ball for the hosts. The team inched ever closer to the whitewash but the ball was knocked-on, handing a 5-metre scrum to the visitors.

This time the set-piece failed and Newcastle were awarded a free kick. They kicked for touch but Morris took the line-out quickly, allowing Quins to get straight back on the attack.

Once again the hosts entered the opposition 22 but play was halted for an injured fly-half. Joel Hodgson was replaced by Tim Swiel for Newcastle just 9 minutes into the game. In a sight nobody likes to see, paramedics had to come onto the pitch to assist the team’s medical staff. A stretcher was deployed as the no. 10 suffered a suspected break to his left leg.

Play resumed with another collapsed maul, and the hosts again being at fault.

Falcons found touch in the Quins’ half; secured line-out ball but an accidental knock-on handed possession to the hosts in the form of a scrum.

Mulchrone fed the ball. This time Harlequins retained possession and passed the ball with confidence.

Morris again was strong in attack, darting through tackles before eventually being brought down. Newcastle, quick on the scene, powered through the ruck and kicked; the ball, heading into touch.

Accuracy was lacking from both sides as again the ball found touch instead of Quins’ hands. More misery for the hosts as they were then penalised further.

Toby Flood did not make too much distance on his clearance kick for the visitors and play resumed again within their own half.

Gathering the ball, they sent it high for a chase. Mulchrone gathered for the hosts but he was hit in the air by a nervous Alex Tait. The incident was deemed a fair collision, caused by the change of direction from the Quins’ scrum-half and not as a result of the actions of the Newcastle player.

Quins were awarded a free-kick which they placed into touch. Another scrum. Another phase. Another penalty and Quins found themselves back in Newcastle’s 22. They lost their line-out, however.

Falcons box-kicked into touch but Morris caught the ball and took a quick line-out. Another penalty to the hosts and Mulchrone chose to run, darting tackles until a double hit brought him to ground. Momentum was on the side of the hosts who pushed up to the 10-metre line and earned a penalty. Smith lined up the posts and after 22 minutes, the first points of the game were scored: Harlequins 3 – 0 Newcastle Falcons.

The restart was kicked long and returned. An aerial battle ensued until Quins placed the ball well into touch. Newcastle won the line-out but a forward pass handed a scrum to the hosts.

The ball was fed, released and sent wide. Morris, in an attempt to force play on, failed in a backhand pass. The ball was knocked-on.

Possession was short-lived for the visitors as again they found themselves penalised following a high tackle from Swiel. A well-placed kick to touch however was wasted when Elia Elia failed to find his mark in the line. Newcastle came away with possession.

Another set-piece for the visitors, and then advantage was played after Quins was penalised for a high tackle. Flood found touch for the visitors.

Elia Elia was then pulled from the pitch as Game Changer Max Crumpton came on in his place for Harlequins on 29 minutes.

Newcastle retained possession and pushed on but play was again halted following a suspected head injury to Morris, Saili came on in his place for Quins. Morris was able to walk from the pitch with some assistance (31 minutes).

Newcastle were penalised for a pre-engagement in the resulting scum and Smith placed the ball in touch in opposition territory. The hosts retained possession in the line-out and started to build up phases.

They progressed to the 22 before an awkward pass made for a messy catch and knock-on from Clifford. Scrum to Newcastle.

Once again the scrum collapsed. JP Doyle addressed both captains, and Newcastle kicked their penalty into touch. They secured line-out ball just over the half-way line. Quins added to their list of penalties by failing to roll away. Flood lined up the posts but pushed the ball wide. Quins remained ahead (36 minutes).

The visitors were pushed back into their own half and attempted to break the defensive line with ball in hand. Newcastle then attempted a chip through which was blocked, forcing them to box-kick from the ruck.

Quins gathered possession and kicked long. Newcastle, in a moment of lost concentration, allowed Dombrandt to steal possession and run in an easy try from deep. Smith added the conversion: Harlequins 10 – 0 Newcastle Falcons (38 minutes).

Falcons kicked the ball deep. The hosts gathered and chose to run with ball in hand, earning themselves a penalty. Smith gained territory, finding touch and the line-out stayed strong. Quins retained possession only to lose the ball in a knock-on.

The clock counted down; Newcastle fed the ball, retrieved it and kicked into touch to end the first 40 minutes.

Half Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 10 – 0 Newcastle Falcons

The second half got underway with an aerial battle to test each other’s nerves.

Quins then attempted to barge their way out of their own half with grab-and-drive but a knock-on handed a scrum to Newcastle on the half-way line.

Smith was down receiving treatment to his shoulder as play was halted. Back on his feet, and play resumed; Newcastle with the put-in at the scrum. Another collapse and JP Doyle sent Quins’ Lewis Boyce to the sin-bin for 10 minutes.

Falcons kicked their penalty into touch inside the Quins’ 22 but it was the hosts who stole possession and kicked for safety, finding touch half-way.

Falcons came away with possession but the Quins’ defence was strong, forcing the visitors to box-kick and hand over the ball.

Another aerial battle ensued as the game seemed to have fallen into deadlock around the half-way line.

Slowly Falcons put phases together.

Marler came on in place of Dormbrandt as Newcastle knocked-on handing a scrum to the hosts. Once again the set piece collapsed and was re-set.

The ball was fed; Mulchrone was ordered to use the ball but his long pass was lacking accuracy, putting Tapuai under pressure from an advancing Falcons attack.

Penalty to the hosts who found touch deep in opposition territory, and the fans in the stands started to chant with enthusiasm. The visitors added to their penalty tally by not rolling away and Smith lined up the posts once more: Harlequins 13 – 0 Newcastle Falcons (52 mins).

Newcastle chased down the re-start ball and came away with possession before knocking on. McGuigan was replaced by Cooper for the visitors as the scrum was set.

The ball was fed; the scrum solid. Marchant managed to get over the half-way line before being tackled but all that territory was lost as an attempted kick was blocked – Smith having to back-track under pressure.

Dombrandt re-joined the field of play after Boyce’s sin-bin came to an end, and Harlequins were back to full strength.

Quins, slow at the break-down, were turned over by Falcons but possession was short-lived as the visitors failed to release the ball on being tackled.

Smith found touch on the half-way line. Crumpton found his mark but the ball could not be gathered cleanly. It was knocked-on by Newcastle in the fight for possession.

Tensions between the teams were rising as the visitors were again penalised for illegal entry. Quins gained further territory through their kick to touch. They retained possession in the line-out and passed the ball to the far wing. Falcons put in the thumping tackles with Hardie finding his man.

The home advancement was halted at the 22 and Marchant made a try-saving dart onto the ball that had come loose, with Newcastle hot in the chase.

Newcastle scrum-half was switched with Michael Young coming off injured, Sam Stuart replacing him (59 minutes remaining). Glen Young replaced Calum Green.

Quins had the put-in at the scrum but were penalised for illegal entry.

Flood found touch for the visiting Falcons as David Wilson replaced Jon Welsh. They retained possession and miss-tackles allowed them to make their way further up the pitch.

Up to the 22 line, and Quins halted the onslaught, earning themselves a penalty. Smith found touch deep in opposition territory as his final play of the game. Game Changers Dave Lewis and James Lang came on in place of Charlie Mulchrone and Marcus Smith for Quins (58 mins). Quins retained possession in the line-out and Saili crossed for a try. Converted by Lang: Harlequins 20 – 0 Newcastle Falcons (64 minutes).

Quins’ captain James Chisholm made way for Dave Ward.

Newcastle earned a penalty within a kickable distance but 20 points down, they aimed for a line-out in the Quins’ 22. Will Collier then left the pitch; Phil Swainston on in his place for the hosts (66 mins).

Falcons successfully gathered the line-out ball and passed the ball with confidence. Quins kept the tackles coming in quick and fast, but Newcastle slowly gained ground. They pushed up to the 5-metre line before Andrew Davidson crossed for a try, converted by Flood: Harlequins 20 – 7 Newcastle Falcons (68 minutes).

The re-start was kicked long but the high-ball was gathered confidently by Newcastle. They formed a maul and made several metres before it collapsed. Quins were awarded the scrum.

The set-piece was repositioned and the ensuing penalty was awarded to the visitors. Flood put good distance into the kick, finding touch, and Falcons retained possession in the line-out. In an attempt to force play, however, they ended up juggling the ball and inadvertently knocked it forward.

The clock was halted again for treatment to battered and bruised bodies on the pitch. Quins took the opportunity to replace George Merrick with Ben Glynn (73 mins).

Scrum to Harlequins. Falcons challenged the set-piece but the hosts had possession and a well-placed kick from Lang bounced just before entering touch deep inside Newcastle’s territory.

The visitors secured possession and ran with ball in hand, crossing the gain line time and again.

Quins started to push them back as the host’s defence was quick off the mark.

Despite this effort, Newcastle were awarded a penalty, which they took quickly opting to run. Soon advantage was signalled, then full penalty. Flood kicked for the corner. Quins had to defend their lines.

Falcons secured the ball, formed a maul, but gained very little ground before it was halted. The ball was then knocked-on under tackle handing a scrum to the hosts, 10-metres from their own try-line.

The ball was fed and released quickly. Quins attempted to grab-and-drive for territory before box-kicking into touch. The hosts challenged the line-out but Newcastle came away with the ball and pushed up-field.

Another fumble from Newcastle, this time Wilson was the culprit, unable to cleanly gather the ball.

Quins played advantage and got the ball into the opposition half but kicked away possession. Newcastle attacked again.

Staunch defence from the hosts, however, saw the visitors bundled into touch. The line-out was gathered well by Quins as the clock counted down and the ball then kicked into touch.

Full Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 20 – 7 Newcastle Falcons


Attendance: 9,847.

Match Report: Natalie Osborne Photography: Chris Spring

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Battersea hub is set to train construction workers.

Wandsworth Council, in partnership with Battersea Power Station, has won a bid to become one of 26 construction project hubs across the country.

The government has announced £22 million of funding to support the programme nationally.

The construction gateway in Battersea will help people learn new skills as well as targeting women, career changers and those with no previous experience.

Regeneration of the Power Station is creating 17,000 employment opportunities over the next 10 years and Sarah Banham, a Director of the Development Company, says they are committed to employing as many people from the local community as possible.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:47 am  

Merton plans new school on a polluted site.

A new secondary school in Merton has been given the go ahead by the Council despite it being built on one of the fifty most polluted school sites in London.

This follows a study published this week in the Lancet showing that pollution from diesel vehicles in London is stunting the growth of children’s lungs.

The school which is set to take 1,100 pupils is to be built next to Merton Abbey Primary school.

A report by the Mayor of London has pointed out that rebuilding of the High Path Estate surrounding the schools will further increase pollution.

A former Councillor, Peter Walker, is leading protests against the decision calling it ‘a crime against the future health of children in Merton'.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 am  

Friday, 16 November 2018

Plans to re-develop a housing estate in Ham have taken a step forward.

Luke Williams reports.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:21 pm  

People in New Malden and Walton are being urged to be on the look-out for a man being hunted by police.



67 year old Naim Golmohammed from Weybridge is wanted for failing to return on police bail.

He is described as Asian, 5 ft 8, medium build and with short black hair.

He has links to these areas as well as Staffordshire.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 pm  

A woman from Leatherhead has been arrested in connection with three robberies across Surrey.

That includes one in Epsom last Thursday at Headley Village Stores.

The 35 year old has been released under investigation.

Police are still trying to trace 35 year old Joseph Barnes from Dorking.

Two others have also been arrested in connection with the same case.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 pm  

Richmond Council is taking a tougher approach to traveller camps.

The summer saw a number of illegal camps set up in council owned parks and open spaces.

Under present practice, it can take between two to three weeks to secure a Removal Order.

But next time a camp pitches up, the authority will seek a borough-wide preventative injunction to move them on.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

Crimestoppers is expanding its youth service “Fearless.”

The Wallington based charity has employed a dedicated outreach worker specifically for Surrey.

The appointment follows police figures that show nearly 1 in 5 young people in the county are most concerned about violent crime.

The Fearless website allows them to give information about crime 100% anonymously using a secure online form.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 pm  

Harlequins vs Newcastle Falcons at the Twickenham Stoop
Harlequins are back in Premiership action this evening as they welcome Newcastle Falcons back to the Twickenham Stoop.

Falcons currently sit bottom of the table but a strong performance in the Premiership Rugby Cup at this ground two weeks ago ensure the visitors arrive at The Stoop with confidence tonight. The hosts Quins sit midway in the table having taken points from every game in the Premiership this season.

Round 7 of the Gallagher Premiership kicks off at 19:45.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:10 pm  

Tom Hardy has received his CBE from Prince Charles

The actor, who lives in Richmond, was awarded the honour for his services to drama.

Tom made his name on the big screen with a series of hard man roles in films including Legend and The Revenant.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

If you take statins, you may want to stay away from Grapefruit juice

That’s the advice from Kingston University pharmacy teaching fellow Philip Crilly.

In a piece for The Conversation, he warns how the juice can slow down the breakdown of statins in the body.

This therefore increases their presence in the blood, resulting in more side effects.

He also warns against taking Warfarin and vitamin K together which is found in leafy vegetables.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Alexander Zverev is through to the semi-finals at the ATP Tour Finals tennis.

He'll go up against Roger Federer in the last-four after beating American John Isner in straight sets 7-6, 6-3.

Later tonight, Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic plays Marin Cilic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable tells supporters a People’s Vote is getting closer.

The MP for Richmond is urging the nation to call for “an exit from Brexit.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:31 pm  

The amount of fines handed to drivers in Hounslow has increased by almost 10% on last year

The Council issued over 117,000 for things like parking on dropped kerbs and yellow lines.

The authority has defended the number saying it’s lower than the London average of 152,655.

1,871 PCNs were issued by the council’s new Late Evening Enforcement Team, which started work in February.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Chelsea Women take on Yeovil Town Ladies in the FA Women's Super League on Sunday

They are currently 4th in the league whilst their opponents are 10th.

Scottish International midfielder Erin Cuthbert joined the squad at the beginning of the 2017 season.

She says its going to be a tough match but the quality is there.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

UPDATED: A woman’s in hospital after a fire in Worcester Park

Crews were called to a house in Browning Avenue just before 9am.

Part of the first floor was damaged in the blaze.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

A 15 year old’s been stabbed in Sutton

Police were called to Stonecot Hill yesterday afternoon.

The teenager was taken to hospital with a stab wound to the head, but has been discharged.

A 16 year old was arrested at the scene for GBH and is being questioned.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Research is showing that more people walking and cycling could help save the high street

TFL studied areas, including Clapham, and say retail rental values increased by 7.5% after footpaths were widened and pedestrian crossings installed.

They found pedestrians spend 40% more than car drivers each month in local shops.

The Mayor’s transport strategy aims for 80 percent of journeys to be made by walking, cycling, or public transport.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Less than 40% of toddlers in Richmond have taken advantage of the free flu vaccine

Only 39.05% of 2-3 year olds in the borough received the jab last year.

That’s below the national average of 43.5%.

Little children are some of the worst affected by the virus.

Meanwhile, doctors are being told extra supplies of the flu vaccine will be made available after some GP surgeries said they'd run out.

It's because the distribution of the vaccine has been staggered.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

A homeless woman has been banned from Woking town Centre due to “violent and drunken behaviour”



Surrey Police say that Rebecca Barrett’s exclusion will take her away from the homeless community, who allegedly encourage her to drink.

However, she will be given two hours to go into the town on weekdays and access support groups.

The 31 year old has been arrested on numerous occasions for being drunk and disorderly, assault and theft.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:09 am  

A woman has been taken to hospital after a fire in Worcester Park

The brigade was called at quarter to nine to Browning Avenue, where the first floor of the house was on fire.

The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.

All roads in the area have now reopened.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

A house in Worcester Park is currently on Fire

Part of the first floor of the house on Browning Avenue is alight.

The brigade was called at quarter to nine and are still on the scene.

The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Tennis fans to get a treat in Sutton this Sunday

Professional player Nick Weal will be hosting a Q&A.

Nick was a professional player from 1992-1998, achieving a career high world singles ranking of 290 and played main draw at Wimbledon in ’97 and ’98.

He also won 40 British Tour titles.

His coaching Career has included being Head of Men’s Tennis at Sutton Tennis Academy, building up the largest full-time academy programme in the UK from scratch and coaching numerous world ranked senior players.

He joined the LTA as Men’s Tennis Coach in 2008, working with senior players, including James Ward, Dan Evans, Cam Norrie, Jamie Baker, Dom Inglot, Alex Bogdanovic, Josh Goodall, Alex Slabinsky and Dan Cox.

He tells Jackie's Lucy Mayer what fans can expect on Sunday.



For more details click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:50 am  

Croydon Council has bought a number of properties in order to rent them out at affordable prices

167 flats and houses have been purchased by the authority which will be for families currently in temporary accommodation.

It’s been done in conjunction with the council’s charity CAH and development company Brick by Brick.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:39 am  

A social worker from Wandsworth has written a book about the abuse she suffered as a child

Pam Rowe grew up in Jamaica, New York and London; she was beaten by her aunt and abused by several men.

She has written "Clear Water" to help people in the same situation.

Her hope is that the book will make a difference to people's lives so they don't experience the same traumas.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 am  

We’re being reminded to give Surrey’s gritters space this winter

12 gritting vehicles were hit by other cars in the area last year.

That’s despite the fact they have flashing amber beacons, are 2.5 metres wide and painted bright orange.

Gritters weigh up to 26 tonnes and travel at 40mph when they’re spreading salt.

They often travel in the middle lane of a motorway to ensure the right amount of salt is spread to all lanes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 am  

Thursday, 15 November 2018

It’s emerged a man flew from Heathrow to Bangladesh a day after allegedly stabbing a 20 year old to death in Luton

Waryam Hussain died from a single stab wound in the town on May the 6th.

20 year old Majharu Islam was arrested as he tried to get back into the UK.

It is thought the two men were known to each other.

Islam denies murder and the trial continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 pm  

Police are renewing their appeal for witnesses following the stabbing of a 17 year old outside Clapham South station two weeks ago

Malcolm Mide-Madariola died on the second of November after an altercation involving two small groups of young males.

Officers don’t believe anyone had travelled on the tube.

While many people have come forward, police want to ensure all potential witnesses have spoken to them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:03 pm  

Stormzy has confirmed he will be headlining at Glastonbury next year

The Croydon based grime artist posted on Instagram - saying "lets be having ya then."

He'll top the bill on the Friday night in Somerset in June.

Earlier, it was reported he was going to be at the festival after posters appeared in several Oxfam shops, including the one in Streatham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

Man jailed for murder of Sabri Chibani in Streatham



A man who stabbed his teenage roommate to death in Streatham has been sentenced.

23 year old Ronny Padilla was convicted at the Old Bailey on Tuesday.

He was sentenced at the same court today to life in jail with a minimum of 16 years.

On Sunday, the 11th of February, police were called to reports of an injured man on Hopton Road.

Officers attended and found 19-year-old Sabri Chibani suffering from stab wounds in the driveway of a residential address.

They immediately provided first aid until the arrival of the London Ambulance Service and the London’s Air Ambulance.

However, despite best efforts, Sabri was pronounced dead at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Stormzy has confirmed he will be headlining at Glastonbury next year

The grime artist from Croydon has posted on Instagram saying "lets be having ya then."

He'll top the bill on the Friday night in Somerset in June.

Earlier, it was reported he was going to be at the festival after posters appeared in several Oxfam shops.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:20 pm  

England rugby union head coach Eddie Jones has made 11 changes to his side for Saturday's international against Japan at Twickenham

George Ford will captain the side, with Owen Farrell and Dylan Hartley both on the bench.

Winger Joe Cokanasiga will make his England debut while Zach Mercer is given his first start for his country.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

A number of teenagers have been arrested in connection with a “mass” shoplift in Wimbledon town centre yesterday

Ten 15 and 16 year olds from North London were detained after allegedly running into a shop in the Broadway stealing clothes.

One of the youths was also arrested for assaulting a police officer.

Buses were halted during the fracas resulting in delays.

Police recovered a large quantity of goods totaling £1,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 pm  

Former Brexit secretary and Esher and Walton MP says he has no ill feeling towards PM

A defiant Theresa May's spent three hours defending her draft Brexit deal in the Commons despite a string of resignations from her government.

Brexit secretary Dominic Raab's among those who've quit, it's reported Michael Gove's been offered the role.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Stormzy appears to have been announced as the first headline act at next year's Glastonbury festival

Posters have appeared in several Oxfam shops saying the grime artist from Croydon will perform on the final night of the five-day event.

The festival, which sold out last month in just 36 minutes, will take place in Somerset at the end of June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 pm  

A man’s been shot in Isleworth

Police were called to Holme Court just after 9 o’clock last night.

The victim was found in a car.

He’s in a stable condition in hospital; no arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:46 pm  

It’s emerged a man killed in Hampton Court at the weekend worked at the historic palace

Tributes are being paid to security staff member Jonathan Treleaven.

He was knocked down in Hampton Court Road just opposite the Green in the early hours of Saturday.

The 50 year old was pronounced dead at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 pm  

A man’s been charged over a stabbing in Clapham which left a 17 year old paralysed

Jamel Boyce was starved of oxygen during the incident in October 2016 and is now also blind.

19 year old Jordan Haughton has been charged with grievous bodily harm with intent.

He’s due to appear at Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court on the 6th of December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 pm  

Kingston council has voted in favour of a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal

Leader Liz Green was supported unanimously by 31 votes to none in the proposed motion for the people’s vote on Tuesday night.

The Lib Dems were the only councillors there; the Tory’s were not at the conference as they decided to litter pick instead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Streatham's MP lashes out following cabinet resignations

MPs from all parties have been lining up to criticise Theresa May's draft Brexit agreement with Brussels.

It's raised fears the Prime Minister may struggle to get her plan through Parliament.

It follows two cabinet resignations earlier; both Dominic Raab and Esther McVey quit in protest.

Streatham’s Labour MP Chuka Umunna says the ministers who've quit only have themselves to blame.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

World Pancreatic Cancer Day marked worldwide

The UK is lagging behind when it comes to fighting pancreatic cancer.

It’s been ranked 47th out of 56 countries surveyed for 5 year survival rates.

Charity Pancreatic Cancer Action is trying to raise awareness of the disease, including the often silent symptoms.

Ceridwen Weston lives in Ewell; she was diagnosed when she was pregnant with her second son in 2015.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:51 am  

The leader of the Lib Dems is still hoping a People’s Vote is not off the table yet.

Sir Vince Cable tweeted his reaction to the Prime Ministers warning that it is “this deal, no deal or no Brexit”.

The MP for Twickenham tweeted saying “the Government have admitted for the first time that 'No Brexit' is a very real possibility.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 am  

The South East Coast Ambulance service is asking people to help reduce the pressure on 999 calls.

SECAmb is asking people to only call back if the person’s condition deteriorates, so that operators are free to manage other cases.

Associate Director of Operates, Sue Barlow, says “we appreciate that people can become very anxious when waiting for an ambulance”.

She also says they will call back if it takes longer than expected.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Police are cracking down on drug networks in Surrey.

Police are cracking down on drug networks in Surrey.

Woking is one place where proactive action is taking place, with stops and searches being carried out focusing on knives and drugs.

People have been asked to watch out for the use of "county lines" where urban gangs supply drugs to suburban areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:36 am  

Dominic Raab has resigned



Dominic Raab has resigned as Brexit Secretary.

The MP for Esher and Walton handed in his resignation earlier today after 5 hours of cabinet talks yesterday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

Surrey County Council has apologised to the family of a boy with disabilities who has missed out on half a year of schooling.

Surrey County Council has apologised to the family of a boy with disabilities who has missed out on half a year of schooling.

It has been reported this is the second apology that has been issued after the council “delayed measures intended to resolve the failings”.

It has apologised and says the boy is now getting the right support, after the council failed to meet his educational and health needs.

This all came to the fore after his father complained about delayed compensation payments the council owed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 am  

Pancreatic Cancer is set to become the 4th biggest cause of death in the UK.

Pancreatic Cancer is set to become the 4th biggest cause of death in the UK.

Doctors say it will fall in behind lung, bowel and prostate cancer within the next 5 years.

Charity Pancreatic Cancer Action is calling for more education around the disease, including the often silent symptoms.

Mum of two, Ceridwen Weston from Ewell, has been diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Thames water says it is taking longer than expected to pump out concrete that was dumped in a sewer in Richmond.

Thames water says it is taking longer than expected to pump out concrete that was dumped in a sewer in Richmond.

The utilities company has been working on a 35 metre long blockage under Richmond Road for the last three weeks.

The Council is now fining it for the delay in resolving the issue.

Thames water has apologised and insists it is working around the clock to get it sorted.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

An economic summit will take place in Croydon next week.

The event at Box Park next Thursday is part of Croydon’s year of business.

This year was started to help small and medium businesses in the borough.

More than 150 events have been thrown and the council has cut business rates.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Croydon’s Director for Public Health has found the experiences during the first 1,000 days of a child’s life are vital.


6,000 babies are born in Croydon every year

The latest report published by the Director for Public Health in Croydon shows how the first 1,000 days of a child’s life lay the foundations for their future.

The journal says how stressful and disruptive childhoods are more likely to lead to anti-social behaviours or criminality in later life.

The study shows how even before child birth a mothers’ health also influences the health of her children’s children as well as her own children.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Police are appealing for information following the death of a man in Wandsworth.

82 year old Roy Steggall died after a collision with a lorry on Werter Road.

Police were called to the incident last Wednesday but sadly Mr Steggall was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police are asking for anyone who saw the incident to come forward.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 am  

Police are continuing to appeal for help finding a suspected thief.


Joseph Barnes, who’s from Dorking, is wanted in connection with three robberies in East Surrey last week.

You can see a photo of the 35 year old on our Jackie News Twitter feed.

Police had also been looking for another man. But Chaz Eastmond-Roberts was located on Monday.

He has been arrested and released under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

Arsene Wenger rejected the chance to take over as Fulham manager before Claudio Ranieri was given the role, according to reports.

The Frenchman left Arsenal at the end of last season to bring to an end his association with the club after more than 21 years in charge.

The Daily Mirror claims that Fulham ‘sounded out’ Wenger over their managerial position as they looked for potential replacements for Slavisa Jokanovic.

Jokanovic was sacked this morning and replaced immediately by Leicester legend Claudio Ranieri.

The Cottagers are bottom of the Premier League with just 5 points.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

A burglary took place in a house in Yew Tree Bottom Road in Epsom on Monday night.

The occupants were "very distressed" after being threatened and assaulted before a considerable amount of cash, jewellery and watches were stolen.

The only description of the suspects is that they were wearing wearing dark clothes, gloves and balaclavas.

Police are appealing for anyone to come forward, if they have any information that may help.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:46 pm  

The MP for Fulham has launched a petition against the Adidas City Run on Sunday.


Greg Hands says there will be “chaos” as 20,000 residents will be “more or less locked in”.

The petition urges Adidas to “seek an alternative and more suitable venue in the future.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

Two people have been charged after breaching a partial closure order on a property in Stanwell.

201 Tudor Court was a cuckooed property where drug dealers take over the homes of vulnerable people in exchange for free drugs.

In the early hours of Monday, police heard voices and arrests were made.

Police are issuing a warning that that they will work with the local community and their partners prevent this type of criminality.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:51 pm  

Thieves have stolen seven World War Two medals from a house in Sunbury, owned by a man who died earlier this month

They broke into the house in Manor Lane at some point between Wednesday and Saturday.

Spelthorne Borough Commander Maxine Cilia says the medals are “irreplaceable and of huge sentimental value to the victim’s family”.

They’re asking anyone who’s been offered the medals for sale to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:32 pm  

Air accident investigators examining the Leicester City helicopter crash say they're focusing on its tail rotor

As the pilot tried to turn the aircraft, it moved in the opposite direction - but the reason for the loss of control is still a puzzle.

Safety checks have been ordered on helicopters of a similar design to the one involved in the crash.

The helicopter embarked on its first flight of the day from Fairoaks Airport near Chobham with the pilot and one passenger on board.

It later landed at London Heliport in Battersea where three more passengers boarded the aircraft then flew to the King Power Stadium.

Five people died in the crash last month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

An Irish woman has been arrested on suspicion of racially abusing staff on a flight from Mumbai to Heathrow

It’s alleged she was refused another bottle of wine due to her level of drunkenness.

Phone footage shows her claiming to be a human rights lawyer, and would take them to court.

She’s also seen shouting at other business class passengers, for not “standing up against injustice”.

She’s been released under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

New report criticises mental health unit in Chertsey

Faster improvements are needed at a mental health hospital in Chertsey.

An independent watchdog found inconsistent staffing levels and problems with the environment at the Abraham Cowley Unit.

Healthwatch Surrey says some patients are living and sleeping in dormitories with other people who also have a serious mental illness.

Deputy Chief Executive officer Mathew Parris:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:24 pm  

A woman has been left seriously injured after being attacked at a bar in Richmond

Lisa Bertsch, a headteacher from Kingston, was in Be At One on November the 3rd.

She says that a woman started being aggressive towards her on the dancefloor, then attacked her with a glass.

The attacker is described as mixed race, around five foot tall, and wearing a black jacket and shirt.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 pm  

The manager of Fulham football club has been fired.

His replacement will be Claudio Ranieri who saw Leicester win the Premier league title 2 years ago.

The Italian has signed a “multi-year” contract.

Jokanovic leaves the club with them sitting bottom of the table just 5 points from 12 matches.

Here he is speaking on Sunday following Fulham’s defeat at Liverpool.



Fulham’s next game is a week on Saturday when they host Southampton
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:20 am  

People who live in Wandsworth are being offered free bags of grit and rock salt.

The council is offering sacks of up to 50 kilos of grit to help clear frozen footpaths.

20 tonnes of it was given out in the borough last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Fulham have named Claudio Ranieri as their new manager taking over from Slavisa Jokanovic who has been sacked.

He's signed a "multi year" contract with the Premier League's bottom club.

His first match in charge will be a week on Saturday when Fulham host Southampton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 am  

Croydon has announced plans to create a Violence Reduction Unit.

Croydon has announced plans to create a Violence Reduction Unit.

It’s in line with the approach adopted by Glasgow, which led to homicide figures dropping dramatically by 38 % over a 10 year period.

The Council says this public health approach advocates treating crime as a public health issue and focusing on prevention rather than cure.

The proposals will be considered by the council’s cabinet on Monday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 am  

People in Tooting are being reminded to have their say on a popular green space.

People in Tooting are being reminded to have their say on a popular green space.

The Fishponds Playing Fields could soon be home to new play equipment for children.

If the plans are given the go ahead, the pitches will still be dog-free and available for sports clubs and schools in the area to use.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:45 am  

Oman Air has been ranked highly by Heathrow for its steps to become more environmentally friendly.

Heathrow’s “Fly Quiet and Green” table recognises airlines that are making the appropriate steps to become greener.

Oman Air is now second to Polish carrier LOT, in the airport’s quarterly ranking of airlines’ environmental performance.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:03 am  

Mole Valley Police are warning people to stay vigilant to protect themselves from fraudsters.

Mole Valley Police are warning people to stay vigilant to protect themselves from fraudsters.

It follows reports that fake TV licensing emails have been sent to try and take people’s personal and financial information.

Over 2,500 reports were made in 2 months alone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

66-year old man charged with murder of his wife in Balham

66-year old Naseer Khan has been charged with the murder of his 62-year old wife, Tanseen Sheikh.

He has been remanded in custody and will appear at Wimbledon Magistrates court later today.

A post mortem at St George’s hospital gave the cause of death as multiple injuries.

Police were called to an address on Balham Park Road on Monday night, where a woman was deceased.

Khan was arrested on suspicion of murder at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Cobham man taking part in 1,600 trek across Nepal for charity

A man from Cobham is part of a team that will trek 1,600 miles across Nepal for charity.

28 year old Joel Lawless is taking on the challenge in aid of the Armed Forces charity SSAFA.

The team will set off on Friday following a route through the Himalayan foothills.

Every team member has been tasked with a minimum fundraising target of £3,250.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:07 am  

Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Police are continuing to search for a 14 year old who went missing from Thorpe Park more than two weeks ago



Darcie Goobie, from Dartford in Kent, disappeared shortly after 4pm after leaving the theme park on an organised visit on October the 26th.

She was later seen at Staines Station purchasing a ticket, but has not been seen since.

She was with 16-year-old Hafsa Mourdoude who was found safe and well in London on Saturday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 pm  

An accident closed off part of Wimbledon Broadway this morning.

A woman had to be cut out of a car by fire-fighters just before 11 o’clock.

It’s not thought her injuries are life threatening.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 pm  

Tooting’s MP has visited the scene of a murder in Balham.

Dr Rosena Allin-Khan met police officers working at the house in Balham Park Road.

She says her prayers are with the 62 year old woman’s family and anyone who is worried can contact her constituency office.

The murder is London’s 121st this year.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

David Hodge steps down as leader of Surrey County Council

The leader of Surrey County Council has formally announced his departure after seven years in the role.

Today, David Hodge told a meeting of the full council he will leave on 11th December.

He ended his speech to the meeting with this proverb.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

Another new runway will be built by 2050

That’s according to Sarah Bishop, the Deputy Head of Aviation Policy at the Department for Transport.

The Government’s already given the go ahead to a controversial third runway at Heathrow, which anti expansion campaigners are fighting.

But a new consultation is to be launched in addition to these plans, next month.

The Aviation Strategy Green Paper will consult on the decision-making process for delivering a further runway in the UK by 2050.

She says the need has come as a result of figures from 2015 that are now out of date to the extent that another runway could be needed.

It remains unclear how any further runway could be delivered within legally binding carbon emission targets to reduce emissions by 2050.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The leader of Surrey County Council has spoken out after announcing his decision to stand down yesterday

David Hodge told a meeting of the full council today that he will be stepping down from his role on December the 11th.

During his formal announcement he criticised the decision made by the government to pass social care services to local Government.



Surrey is trying to save £200 million by 2021.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:37 pm  

Richmond Council is fining Thames Water

The utilities company is working on a 35 metre long blockage under Richmond Road, but repairs have gone on for longer than three weeks

The blockage happened after someone poured concrete into a sewer.

The council says even though it is supporting the investigation to find out who committed the crime, the works have taken too long.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Brentford have announced their technical director Robert Rowan has died at the age of 28

He joined the Championship club four years ago and had been in his most recent role since February.

Brentford say they're "devastated" by the news.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Former England and Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole has retired at the age of 37

Cole came through West Ham's youth system before spells at Liverpool, Lille, Aston Villa and Coventry City.

He scored 10 goals in 56 games for England between 2001 and 2010.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

Brentford defender Chris Mepham has withdrawn through injury from the Wales squad for their upcoming internationals

Sheffield United's Kieron Freeman replaces him ahead of Friday's Nations League meeting with Denmark and next Tuesday's friendly against Albania.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:44 pm  

Conservative councillors in Kingston are boycotting tonight’s annual state of the Borough debate to pick up litter instead

Conservative cllr Kevin Davis says the meeting will focus on Brexit which isn’t something the council has any influence over.

The Conservatives are calling on the Lib Dem run council to concentrate on the local issues they were elected for.

62 % voted to remain in the EU referendum.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:41 pm  

E-Fit released of suspect who stole £740 from elderly couple with no electricity in Chertsey



Do you recognise this man?

Police are hunting him in connection with a burglary at a house in Chertsey.

£740 was stolen from an elderly couple in their 80s and 90s when they had no heating or electricity.

They awoke on October the 27th to find that their electricity had failed.

They were particularly concerned as the man's medical equipment was mains-powered, and only had a limited backup system.

The couple spent the morning on the phone leaving messages to try to get it fixed, but by mid-afternoon the temperature in their home had dropped to 4 degrees and they were still without electricity, without heating and without hot food or drink.

At 3pm a young man dressed as a workman knocked at the door.

The woman asked if he was from the maintenance company, and invited him in.

She explained the severity of the problem and the young man fetched an older colleague (pictured in the e-fit) who went into the loft at the property.

The pair then explained to the couple that "a bulb in the kitchen had blown and caused the electrical cabling in the loft to corrode and the wiring would need replacing.".

They asked for £300 for parts, and left.

15 minutes later they returned with "bad news" and told the couple that the parts had increased in price, and they needed another £440.

In desperation to get the power back on, the couple handed over the cash and the older man assured them that they'd be back shortly and he'd bring hot drinks so at least they would be warmed up.

An hour later, the couple realised that was the last they'd see of the men, and they called police.

The first, younger, man is described as white, 5'8" and fat.

He is thought to be in his late teens or early 20s and was clean shaven, but with pock-marked skin.

He was wearing a dark padded jacket with a logo on one arm, and dark coloured trousers.

The older man (pictured in the E-Fit) is described as white, around 6 foot tall and large build.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

A woman in her 60s has been found dead at a house in Balham

Police have launched a murder investigation.

The 62 year old was pronounced dead at the scene in Balham Park Road just before midnight.

A man, believed to be aged 66, has been arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Surrey County Council leader speaks out ahead of departure

Danielle Boxall reports:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:20 pm  

A man who stabbed his teenage roommate to death in Streatham has been found guilty of murder



23 year old Ronny Padilla killed 19 year old Sabri Chibani outside their home in Hopton Road in February.

The attack has started inside the flat but moved out onto the driveway.

He’ll be sentenced on Thursday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

A woman from Surrey has won the top prize in the National Lottery’s Thunderball

But the winner, known only as Mrs G, never touched a ticket, after playing on the lottery’s website.

She came away with £500,000 in a draw at the end of October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A house has caught fire in New Malden

Crews were called to Mount Pleasant just after 8.30am.

Part of the first floor and a small part of the roof void of the property were damaged by the blaze.

The cause is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

16 people have been rescued after fire broke out in a block of flats in Mitcham



The brigade was called to the six storey block in Armfield Crescent last night.

An electrical intake room on the ground floor was destroyed by the blaze.

No one was injured and it is not being treated as suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Over 2,000 10 year olds across Wandsworth have been taking part in the Junior Citizens scheme to help them stay safe

The project, which has been running for almost 30 years now, takes place twice a year.

The aim is to help children in year 5 cope with potentially life threatening situations that they could be faced with in every day life.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Kingston incident update

The road outside Kingston Hospital has been closed off since 6am after a man barricaded himself in his house.

A police negotiator is at the scene just off Galsworthy Road.

Officers say the man is suffering a "mental health crisis."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:36 pm  

The teenager charged with murdering a 17 year old outside Clapham South Station has been refused bail

18 year old Treynae Campbell from Sydenham appeared at the Old Bailey earlier.

He was remanded in custody until his next court appearance which is yet to be decided.

Malcolm Mide-Madariola was stabbed to death on Friday the 2nd of November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

Investigation launched after concrete is poured into sewer in Richmond causing weeks of repairs



The emergency works near Richmond Bridge are because someone poured a substantial amount of concrete into a sewer.

The Council made the announcement this morning.

The blockage under Richmond Road is over 35 metres long.

It also says it is fining Thames Water as the emergency works have taken longer than the original 3 weeks stated.

Works, which include two tankers pumping out waste, are currently being undertaken 24/7.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:54 am  

Lib Dem leader and MP for Twickenham Sir Vince Cable is backing Gordon Brown's proposals.

The former Prime Minister spoke yesterday lunchtime about the Brexit negotiations and voiced his desire for a People's Vote.

Sir Vince tweeted “Spot on Gordon, that makes 3 of the last 4 living Prime Ministers supporting a People's Vote and rejecting the current deal”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:33 am  

A murder investigation has been launched in Balham.

A murder investigation has been launched in Balham.

Police were called to a house in Balham Park Road just before midnight.

The woman, believed to be 62, was pronounced dead at the scene.

It is believed she had been assaulted.

A man also in his 60s has been arrested on suspicion of murder; it’s believed the pair were known to each other.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

Almost half of children in single parent families now live in poverty, which means more people are relying on foodbanks.

Universal credit, late payments, zero hour contracts and strict application processes are some of the reasons being blamed for the rise.

Earlier we asked the Manager of Epsom and Ewell’s Foodbank how easy it is for people to stop relying on them.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:44 am  

Kingston has pledged to support servicemen and women who live in the borough.

The council has signed the Armed Forces Covenant, which promises to treat ex-servicemen, those serving and their families with respect.

It was signed on Armistice Day by the leader of the council, the Mayor, and representatives from the armed forces.

The partners all pledged to make sure the veterans have equal access to the same opportunities as normal citizens.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 am  

Spelthorne Council is supporting the UK’s first accessible shopping day.

Today is Purple Tuesday.

The aim is to improve the experience of shopping for those with disabilities by offering them accessible means of transport.

An annual grant of £15,000 is being given to the charity shopmobility to provide a range of equipment that can be hired.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:27 am  

This time of year can be a challenging time for foodbanks

The Chief Executive of the Trussel Trust has told the Times that universal credit is the cause of a rise in people relying on foodbanks.

Earlier, we spoke to the Manager of Epsom and Ewell’s Foodbank Johnathan Lees about the issue.



He also told us about where the donations come from


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 am  

It was late heartbreak for Hampton and Richmond in the final game of the FA Cup first round last night.

It was late heartbreak for Hampton and Richmond in the final game of the FA Cup first round last night.

The National League South side led League Two Oldham for much of the game, before two goals in the 88th and 94th minutes gave the visitors the win.

Oldham will travel to Maidstone in the next round.

The draw also handed Woking a trip to Swindon Town.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:37 am  

A teenager is due at the Old Bailey today charged with murdering a 17 year old outside Clapham South Station.

A teenager is due at the Old Bailey today charged with murdering a 17 year old outside Clapham South Station.

18 year old Treynae Campbell from Sydenham is expected to enter a plea.

Malcolm Mide-Madariol was stabbed to death on Friday the 2nd of November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

The second round of the FA cup has been drawn

Woking take on Swindon Town.

Morecambe or Halifax Town will meet AFC Wimbledon, who will be lead by Neal Ardley’s replacement.

Oldham will go up against Maidstone, after they beat Hampton and Richmond in the final game of the first round.

Finally, either Sutton or Slough will take on either Gillingham or Hartlepool.

The Londoners drew on Saturday, and so they’ll replay next Tuesday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 am  

Monday, 12 November 2018

Two London airports are reporting record growth for October

Heathrow saw nearly 7 million passengers, a rise of 4.4% on the year before.

It puts that down to larger and fuller aircraft travelling through the hub.

Meanwhile Gatwick had 7 million passengers last month; an increase of 2%

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 pm  

It was late heartbreak for Hampton and Richmond in the final game of the FA Cup first round


The National League side led League Two Oldham for much of the game - before two late goals gave the visitors the win.

Oldham will travel to Maidstone in the next round.

The final score was 1-2.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 pm  

Investigations are continuing tonight after a bus crashed in West Croydon injuring 16 passengers.

The 198 service collided with a single decker and a car before crashing into the bus station at midday yesterday.

A 15 year old girl remains in a critical condition.

The driver has been arrested on suspicion of drug-driving.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 pm  

Drivers and cyclists across Surrey are going to benefit from a slice of £66 million

Roads Minister Jesse Norman has today announced bumper investment for road repairs across the South East of the country.

The cash will go towards repairing roads and investing in safety, bus walking and cycling schemes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:17 pm  

Deliveroo riders across the country are displaying missing people on their backpacks as they make their deliveries

It’s as part of a campaign with East Sheen based charity Missing People.

Around 500 of the delivery app's riders will display posters on the bags used to carry food.

One of those featured is 15 year old Lee Boxell who disappeared from Sutton High Street on his way to a football match in 1988.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Manchester City continue to lead the Premier League after a 3-1 win over Manchester United in their derby yesterday

Liverpool are up to second following a 2-0 win over Fulham, leapfrogging Chelsea who were held to a goalless draw by Everton.

Arsenal have extended their unbeaten run to 16 games in all competitions having rescued a late 1-1 draw with Wolves.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A school run mum has been jailed for over four years following the death of an elderly woman in Shepperton



Lynsey Williams pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving and possession of cannabis following the crash in January.

Williams, who had consumed alcohol and cocaine, was on her way to pick up her children when her car mounted the pavement.

She struck Elizabeth Stokes who walking along Charlton Road; the 70 year old died in hospital the next day.

Williams was also disqualified from driving for five years and ordered to pay a £50 fine for possession of cannabis.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 pm  

Police are hunting two men in connection with robbery and attempted robbery at three stores across Surrey.



35 year old Joseph Barnes and 33 year old Chaz Eastmond Roberts are wanted, while another man has been arrested in connection with the investigations and bailed.

Three robberies took place last week at Headley Village Stores near Epsom Downs, Betchley Butchers in Redhill and Capel Newsagents in Dorking.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:40 pm  

A 24 year old woman has been arrested following a fatal collision near to Hampton Court Palace

Police were called to Hampton Court Road opposite the Green on Saturday night to reports a man had been hit by a car near the Esso station.

A 50 year old was pronounced dead at the scene.

Two arrests have now been made as investigations continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Police searching a house in the Midlands for missing estate agent Suzy Lamplugh have found no trace of her

The 25 year old left her office in Fulham to show a Mr Kipper around a house in 1986.

The house officers were searching used to belong to the mother of prime suspect John Cannan.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

There was huge disruption for drivers in Battersea, Nine Elms and Wandsworth at lunchtime

It’s after a suspect vehicle was reported near to Vauxhall Cross.

Officers sealed off the area at midday.

The car, which had been abandoned in the middle of the road, was deemed non suspicious two hours later.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

The MP for Putney says article 50 could be reversed

Justine Greening says the Prime Minister’s current Chequers plan would leave the country in the “worst of all worlds.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

National League South team Hampton & Richmond Borough will be looking for an FA Cup upset this evening

They host League Two’s Oldham Athletic at the Beveree Stadium.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

Kingston University is planning on expanding its Kingston Hill campus



Residents are being urged to have their say on the proposals.

Plans include a single storey management suite and reception to “improve social interaction and enhance the student experience.”

The University is already in the middle of a massive expansion at its Penryhn Road campus, which is due for completion next year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

David Hodge is standing down as Leader of Surrey County Council after seven years in the role

He says that “I decided two years ago that I would like to step down now”.

But he is also “very proud of what we have achieved during my leadership”.

His successor will be appointed next Friday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:14 pm  

AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley has left the club by mutual consent

They are in the relegation places in League one, six points adrift of safety.

First team coach Simon Bassey has taken over as interim boss.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Police say they haven't found any evidence after searches as part of the investigation into the disappearance of Suzy Lamplugh

A search of a property in the Midlands has now finished.

They had been working in the garden of a property in Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands.

The estate agent disappeared after leaving her office in Fulham to show a Mr Kipper around a house in 1986.

Detective Chief Superintendent Richard Wood, who leads the Homicide and Major Crime Command, said:

“Suzy was a young woman when she was reported missing on 28 July 1986. She is presumed dead, and is believed to have been murdered. Her body has never been found, and no-one has ever been charged as part of the investigation.

“This has been a landmark case for the Met, both in terms of its scale and complexity, and because of the huge sense of tragedy of a young woman’s life being cut short and the uncertainty around what happened to Suzy.

“A total of 32 years have passed since Suzy’s disappearance; years that have undoubtedly been hugely painful for her family and loved ones, and our thoughts remain with them at this time. I would like to pay tribute to Suzy’s family for their support during the Met’s investigations into her disappearance, as well as for their courage and strength through decades of sorrow.

“This latest line of enquiry must have been traumatic for them, as well as bringing them some hope that they might find out more about what happened to Suzy, but they have always been supportive of our efforts to make progress in the investigation.

“The case remains open, and the Met remains committed to bringing Suzy’s killer to justice. We will continue to assess any new information that comes in.”

Anyone with information that could assist the investigation is asked to call officers on 0207 230 4295 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

A school in Teddington has won a prestigious award

Teddington Primary as won the nationally recognised award for all its hard work and support for children with learning disabilities.

Stanley School also won an award for improving the outcomes for those who also require SEND support.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Wildlife Aid Foundation has been chosen as one of five animal charities to feature in the UK's first animal telethon

The Leatherhead based charity is the only beneficiary solely dedicated to the care and conservation of wildlife.

"Help the Animals at Christmas" is a three hour show due to be televised on Channel 5 in December.

A special version of Ben Fogle's " New Lives in the Wild" documentary will be aired on the same night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

The man who killed schoolgirl Sarah Payne has been stabbed in his prison cell

Roy Whiting was found guilty in 2001 of the murder of the 8 year old girl from Hersham who had been visiting her grandparents in Sussex when she was abducted by him from the side of the road.

The Sun newspaper reports that he was attacked by two convicted murderers.

Whiting has been attacked multiple times before.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

Britain lost over 480,000 horses in WWI; that’s one for every two men

And Sandown Park in Esher remembered them yesterday by showing a special video to race-goers.

It was produced by Great British racing and used historic equine footage from the time.

Jockeys also rode races wearing poppy armbands.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

A series of stories based on the history of Richmond during the First World War will be brought to life next spring

The Richmond Council Art Service has commissioned an artist to bring stories from the Great War to life.

It’s as part of the borough’s First World War Commemoration Programme.

Chris King will produce a series of artworks and stories featuring important organisations such as the Poppy Factory.

It will later be published in to a book.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

This week is national anti - bullying week.

This week is national anti - bullying week.

The aim is to support anyone being bullied, and the theme of this year’s events is “Choose Respect.”

Jay Mullings is an award-winning black author from Wimbledon.

He has this advice for children who may be being bullied because of the colour of their skin.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

A second arrest has been made following a fatal collision in Hampton Court

A second arrest has been made following a fatal collision in Hampton Court.

Police were called to Hampton Court Road on Saturday night to reports of a vehicle collision with a pedestrian.

A 50 year old man died at the scene.

A 36 year old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, drink driving and possession of class B drugs.

A 24 year old woman has also been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving

Both have since been released under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:36 am  

People is Surbiton have been asked to give their views on Brexit.

People is Surbiton have been asked to give their views on Brexit.

The European Group for Esher and Walton asked people to take part in the Brexitometer by asking them four questions.

After two years is Brexit going well? Is it going to help jobs and businesses? Is it going to help the NHS and should we, the people have a say on the final deal?

Ruth Secil was leading the group, she explains the results.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 am  

Twickenham MP wants People's Vote

Prime Minister Theresa May has been forced to abandon plans for an emergency cabinet meeting to approve a Brexit deal.

She’s facing fresh opposition from her party and in Brussels.

Lib Dem leader and Twickenham MP Sir Vince Cable says he knows what needs to be done.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 am  

Hampton & Richmond Borough primed for FA Cup shock

A sell-out crowd of 2,700 spectators will be on hand this evening at the Beveree Stadium to see Hampton & Richmond Borough play the biggest match in the club’s history.

The fifth tier side host League Two’s Oldham Athletic in the first round of the FA Cup.

Beavers striker Chris Dickson believes his team has every chance.



It's live on BBC2 and the second round draw will be made before kick-off at 7.45.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 am  

Top of Radio Jackie News page here.

RJ Home button

One of many reasons why we are so useful to South West London... our very own news team bringing you stories that are relevant to you and your area.
If you have a press release or would like to send in news then pop off an e-mail to [email protected]

radio Jackie News Twitter
Follow Jackie News at twitter.com/jackie_news.

Listen to Jackie's latest News and Travel
Radio Jackie Latest News  Radio Jackie Latest Travel
red button
News Team - - Local news 24 hours a day
news reader
Rod Bradbury
News Editor
Rod enjoys and plays all sports and could have been a cricketer if hadn't taken his eye off the ball at a crucial moment.

news reader
Lucy Mayer
Lucy is the Senior Broadcast Journalist at Jackie and also the Travel Editor. Find out more about her on the Presenters page.

news reader
Iona Stewart-Richardson
Iona is the breakfast news reader. She has a passion for politics, poetry, and performing. She enjoys all sports especially swimming and running.

news reader
Luke Williams
Luke spends his free time playing synthesisers and watching old sitcoms. Journalism helps remind him of the 21st century.

news reader
Danielle Boxall
Danielle lives in Epsom Downs, she enjoys music and loves discovering new artists both new and old. She likes history and politics and has a special interest in the 20th Century.

news reader
Sarah Onions
Sarah was schooled in Kingston and she likes jogging around Bushy Park.

news reader
Mike Oban
Mike enjoys playing and watching sports and is a budding football coach.

news reader
Deborah Martin
Deborah may have started life on a farm in Ohio, USA, but is a long time resident of South West London. Her current loves are fusing glass, good meals out, and dancing.

news reader
Dave Stevens
Dave never cooks and likes a glass of red wine while not drinking Guinness. He is also a chocoholic.

news reader
Natalie Osborne
Natalie presents both news and travel - more on Presenters page.

news reader
Alex Loveridge
Alex loves watching tennis at Surbiton and Wimbledon and also plays a bit too. He swims at Richmond, but not in the Thames.

news reader
Haz Childs
Haz is from Hampton and loves all genre in music, but has a soft spot for reggae and Bob Marley.

news reader
Sharmeen Ziauddin
Sharmeen lives in Worcester Park and loves lie-ins, kittens, books, politics, make-up and anything with sugar in it, but hates Monday mornings with a vengeance.

news reader
David Walker
David´s philosophy is you only live once so go out and grab every opportunity no matter how small.

news reader
Sandra Aggrey
Sandra wants to travel the world in 60 days.

news reader
Anna Kretschmer
Anna is an amateur ballerina and ballroom dancer. She also enjoys reading, sewing, and looking after her cat Bess.

news reader
Faye De Silva
Faye absolutely loves singing and dancing, even though she can't sing or dance.

news reader
Ben Chapman
Ben lives in Cheam and loves sport.

news reader
Paul Francis
Paul grew up in Fetcham and now lives in Teddington with his wife, two cats and a dog. He supports Fulham and plays in a band.

news reader
Chuck Adolphy
Chuck is a huge Chelsea fan and loves all sport, especially cricket.

news reader
Jacqui Kerr
Jacqui enjoys all sports and has had a go at most! She loves talking, current affairs, music, and walking her polar bear sized dog.

news reader
James Kitchin
James is an avid theatre-goer and Chelsea supporter.

news reader
Winston Lo
Winston’s first love was Geography. Now mapping his way as a journalist, you’ll also often find him singing and dancing in the shower.

news reader
Kelly Valencia
Born in Colombia raised in Barcelona (despite the surname), Kelly loves adapting to new cultures.

news reader
Simon Sapper
Simon has lived in south-west London for more than 30 years. He is married with three kids, a Brentford season ticket holder, a lover of loud shirts, a charity trustee, a school governor and a rugby coach.

news reader
Sophie Weaver
Born and bred in Esher, travel, food, sport and animal enthusiast.

news reader
Graham Osborne
Graham is capable of quoting films at the drop of a hat. If he were allowed, he would probably never leave the cinema.

news reader
Henry Riley
Henry presents both news and travel - more on Presenters page.

news reader
Felix Thompson
Felix is from Kew. He loves his sport, and he lives and breathes Newcastle United.





Archives
08 February 2009
15 February 2009
22 February 2009
01 March 2009
08 March 2009
15 March 2009
22 March 2009
29 March 2009
05 April 2009
12 April 2009
19 April 2009
26 April 2009
03 May 2009
10 May 2009
17 May 2009
24 May 2009
31 May 2009
07 June 2009
14 June 2009
21 June 2009
28 June 2009
05 July 2009
12 July 2009
19 July 2009
26 July 2009
02 August 2009
09 August 2009
16 August 2009
23 August 2009
30 August 2009
06 September 2009
13 September 2009
20 September 2009
27 September 2009
04 October 2009
11 October 2009
18 October 2009
25 October 2009
01 November 2009
08 November 2009
15 November 2009
22 November 2009
29 November 2009
06 December 2009
13 December 2009
20 December 2009
27 December 2009
03 January 2010
10 January 2010
17 January 2010
24 January 2010
31 January 2010
07 February 2010
14 February 2010
21 February 2010
28 February 2010
07 March 2010
14 March 2010
21 March 2010
28 March 2010
04 April 2010
11 April 2010
18 April 2010
25 April 2010
02 May 2010
09 May 2010
16 May 2010
23 May 2010
30 May 2010
06 June 2010
13 June 2010
20 June 2010
27 June 2010
04 July 2010
11 July 2010
18 July 2010
25 July 2010
01 August 2010
08 August 2010
15 August 2010
22 August 2010
29 August 2010
05 September 2010
12 September 2010
19 September 2010
26 September 2010
03 October 2010
10 October 2010
17 October 2010
24 October 2010
31 October 2010
07 November 2010
14 November 2010
21 November 2010
28 November 2010
05 December 2010
12 December 2010
19 December 2010
26 December 2010
02 January 2011
09 January 2011
16 January 2011
23 January 2011
30 January 2011
06 February 2011
13 February 2011
20 February 2011
27 February 2011
06 March 2011
13 March 2011
20 March 2011
27 March 2011
03 April 2011
10 April 2011
17 April 2011
24 April 2011
01 May 2011
08 May 2011
15 May 2011
22 May 2011
29 May 2011
05 June 2011
12 June 2011
19 June 2011
26 June 2011
03 July 2011
10 July 2011
17 July 2011
24 July 2011
31 July 2011
07 August 2011
14 August 2011
21 August 2011
28 August 2011
04 September 2011
11 September 2011
18 September 2011
25 September 2011
02 October 2011
09 October 2011
16 October 2011
23 October 2011
30 October 2011
06 November 2011
13 November 2011
20 November 2011
27 November 2011
04 December 2011
11 December 2011
18 December 2011
25 December 2011
01 January 2012
08 January 2012
15 January 2012
22 January 2012
29 January 2012
05 February 2012
12 February 2012
19 February 2012
26 February 2012
04 March 2012
11 March 2012
18 March 2012
25 March 2012
01 April 2012
08 April 2012
15 April 2012
22 April 2012
29 April 2012
06 May 2012
13 May 2012
20 May 2012
27 May 2012
03 June 2012
10 June 2012
17 June 2012
24 June 2012
01 July 2012
08 July 2012
15 July 2012
22 July 2012
29 July 2012
05 August 2012
12 August 2012
19 August 2012
26 August 2012
02 September 2012
09 September 2012
16 September 2012
23 September 2012
30 September 2012
07 October 2012
14 October 2012
21 October 2012
28 October 2012
04 November 2012
11 November 2012
18 November 2012
25 November 2012
02 December 2012
09 December 2012
16 December 2012
23 December 2012
30 December 2012
06 January 2013
13 January 2013
20 January 2013
27 January 2013
03 February 2013
10 February 2013
17 February 2013
24 February 2013
03 March 2013
10 March 2013
17 March 2013
24 March 2013
31 March 2013
07 April 2013
14 April 2013
21 April 2013
28 April 2013
05 May 2013
12 May 2013
19 May 2013
26 May 2013
02 June 2013
09 June 2013
16 June 2013
23 June 2013
30 June 2013
07 July 2013
14 July 2013
21 July 2013
28 July 2013
04 August 2013
11 August 2013
18 August 2013
25 August 2013
01 September 2013
08 September 2013
15 September 2013
22 September 2013
29 September 2013
06 October 2013
13 October 2013
20 October 2013
27 October 2013
03 November 2013
10 November 2013
17 November 2013
24 November 2013
01 December 2013
08 December 2013
15 December 2013
22 December 2013
29 December 2013
05 January 2014
12 January 2014
19 January 2014
26 January 2014
02 February 2014
09 February 2014
16 February 2014
23 February 2014
02 March 2014
09 March 2014
16 March 2014
23 March 2014
30 March 2014
06 April 2014
13 April 2014
20 April 2014
27 April 2014
04 May 2014
11 May 2014
18 May 2014
25 May 2014
01 June 2014
08 June 2014
15 June 2014
22 June 2014
29 June 2014
06 July 2014
13 July 2014
20 July 2014
27 July 2014
03 August 2014
10 August 2014
17 August 2014
24 August 2014
31 August 2014
07 September 2014
14 September 2014
21 September 2014
28 September 2014
05 October 2014
12 October 2014
19 October 2014
26 October 2014
02 November 2014
09 November 2014
16 November 2014
23 November 2014
30 November 2014
07 December 2014
14 December 2014
21 December 2014
28 December 2014
04 January 2015
11 January 2015
18 January 2015
25 January 2015
01 February 2015
08 February 2015
15 February 2015
22 February 2015
01 March 2015
08 March 2015
15 March 2015
22 March 2015
29 March 2015
05 April 2015
12 April 2015
19 April 2015
26 April 2015
03 May 2015
10 May 2015
17 May 2015
24 May 2015
31 May 2015
07 June 2015
14 June 2015
21 June 2015
28 June 2015
05 July 2015
12 July 2015
19 July 2015
26 July 2015
02 August 2015
09 August 2015
16 August 2015
23 August 2015
30 August 2015
06 September 2015
13 September 2015
20 September 2015
27 September 2015
04 October 2015
11 October 2015
18 October 2015
25 October 2015
01 November 2015
08 November 2015
15 November 2015
22 November 2015
29 November 2015
06 December 2015
13 December 2015
20 December 2015
27 December 2015
03 January 2016
10 January 2016
17 January 2016
24 January 2016
31 January 2016
07 February 2016
14 February 2016
21 February 2016
28 February 2016
06 March 2016
13 March 2016
20 March 2016
27 March 2016
03 April 2016
10 April 2016
17 April 2016
24 April 2016
01 May 2016
08 May 2016
15 May 2016
22 May 2016
29 May 2016
05 June 2016
12 June 2016
19 June 2016
26 June 2016
03 July 2016
10 July 2016
17 July 2016
24 July 2016
31 July 2016
07 August 2016
14 August 2016
21 August 2016
28 August 2016
04 September 2016
11 September 2016
18 September 2016
25 September 2016
02 October 2016
09 October 2016
16 October 2016
23 October 2016
30 October 2016
06 November 2016
13 November 2016
20 November 2016
27 November 2016
04 December 2016
11 December 2016
18 December 2016
25 December 2016
01 January 2017
08 January 2017
15 January 2017
22 January 2017
29 January 2017
05 February 2017
12 February 2017
19 February 2017
26 February 2017
05 March 2017
12 March 2017
19 March 2017
26 March 2017
02 April 2017
09 April 2017
16 April 2017
23 April 2017
30 April 2017
07 May 2017
14 May 2017
21 May 2017
28 May 2017
04 June 2017
11 June 2017
18 June 2017
25 June 2017
02 July 2017
09 July 2017
16 July 2017
23 July 2017
30 July 2017
06 August 2017
13 August 2017
20 August 2017
27 August 2017
03 September 2017
10 September 2017
17 September 2017
24 September 2017
01 October 2017
08 October 2017
15 October 2017
22 October 2017
29 October 2017
05 November 2017
12 November 2017
19 November 2017
26 November 2017
03 December 2017
10 December 2017
17 December 2017
24 December 2017
31 December 2017
07 January 2018
14 January 2018
21 January 2018
28 January 2018
04 February 2018
11 February 2018
18 February 2018
25 February 2018
04 March 2018
11 March 2018
18 March 2018
25 March 2018
01 April 2018
08 April 2018
15 April 2018
22 April 2018
29 April 2018
06 May 2018
13 May 2018
20 May 2018
27 May 2018
03 June 2018
10 June 2018
17 June 2018
24 June 2018
01 July 2018
08 July 2018
15 July 2018
22 July 2018
29 July 2018
05 August 2018
12 August 2018
19 August 2018
26 August 2018
02 September 2018
09 September 2018
16 September 2018
23 September 2018
30 September 2018
07 October 2018
14 October 2018
21 October 2018
28 October 2018
04 November 2018
11 November 2018
18 November 2018