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Tuesday, 26 October 2021

A man has been jailed for life after fatally injuring another man in Coulsdon during a random attack in October last year.

Patrick Beckley, 32, has been sentenced to a minimum 21 years imprisonment having been convicted at an earlier hearing of the murder of Michael Lavery, aged 59, who died after being assaulted inside his home.

Another man was also assaulted, as well as, an officer responding to the scene. 

Beckley was thought to be under the influence of alcohol and drugs at the time.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A sustainability expert from Kingston University has agreed that recycling plastics will not resolve the global waste problem.

It’s after the Prime Minister Boris Johnson told schoolchildren at a Downing Street press conference that recycling doesn’t work. 

Dr Paul Micklethwaite said, “It treats the symptom and not the cause and does not address the underlying challenge of our over consumption of resources...

We should seek to reduce our production of waste in the first place, then seek to directly reuse what we do generate, and only then consider recycling.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 pm  

Hounslow Council, in partnership with Keep Britain Tidy has launched the Eco-Schools Programme.

It will encourage young people to learn more about the environment and get involved in fun activities that help to protect our planet.

Schools are being asked to send a photo of something they’re doing to tackle climate change in their community. 

Photographs will judged at Hounslow’s Environmental Summit, being held as part of its COP26 activities, on Friday 5th November at Hounslow House.

The top 12 photos will have their photographs turned into an Eco-Schools Calendar. 

The winning schools will have the opportunity to work closely with some of the Council’s partners as part of their Eco-Schools work. 

Schools must submit one photograph to [email protected] by Wednesday 3rd November.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Sutton Council’s decision to create an energy company is “open to question”, according to an independent report into its failings.

The Sutton Decentralised Energy Network was set up in 2016 to provide low-carbon water to homes at an estate in Hackbridge.

It’s failed to make any money, and people at the New Mill Quarter have reported consistent outages.

The report says questionable assumptions were made, and delegating authority for it was “misguided” for such a new project.

The council says they welcome the findings, and they will strength SDEN’s board and their scrutiny of the project.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A social media influencer from Dubai has received £6,500 fine and a restraining order following an incident with a man at a hotel in Knightsbridge in June last year.

24-year-old Rawan Abdullah – also known as Rawan Bin Hussain - pleaded guilty to harassment and criminal damage at Westminster Magistrates’ Court earlier this week.

The court heard that Abdullah had cut up the victim’s shirts with a pair of scissors and that the victim sustained an injury to his neck.

She was arrested and later bailed, however, continued to harass the victim via the phone and post messages about him online.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Catalytic converter thefts at known hotspots including Wisley Gardens have declined recently.

That’s according to Surrey Police. 

Officers say the installation of cameras at garden centres and a widespread picture poster campaign has raised public awareness.

Jo Grimshaw from Surrey Police describess the tell-tale sign a converter is being stolen. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 pm  

Insulate Britain is warning drivers not to use the M25 tomorrow morning

The campaign group says “starting from 7am, the M25 will become a place of nonviolent civil resistance.”

Protesters say that those who have to use the orbital should reduce their driving speeds to 20mph.

The group maintains blue light access for emergency vehicles will be maintained.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has completed a skydive for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices

The MP for Esher and Walton made the 15,000 foot jump on Friday and raised over £23,000 in the process. 

Mr Raab was challenged by a member of staff at the Hampton based hospice to undertake the challenge.

He is said to have agreed without hesitation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:07 pm  

People are pretending to be from Hammersmith Police Station to scam people as far away as Gloucestershire

.One 79-year-old victim from Cirencester handed over £5,000.

They asked the person to assist in a “covert police operation” by asking them to withdraw cash, which they then said was fraudulent.

They then sent a courier to collect it.

The force says they will never ask you to hand over money, and such incidents should be reported on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

The amount of money Heathrow Airport has lost because of Covid has risen to 3-point-4 billion pounds

In the three months to September, passenger levels were still only 28 percent of pre-pandemic levels.

Chief executive John Holland-Kaye admits they've got a long journey ahead:


The airport says global vaccination against coronavirus remains key because it enables borders to reopen without testing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

A new Asymptomatic Covid testing service has opened in Mitcham

Residents without symptoms, or those who aren’t comfortable self-testing, can now book in at the Wilson Hospital.

Merton Council has rolled out a number of such testing sites across the borough.

The authority is also urging 12 to 15 year olds to book in for a Covid vaccination during half term.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:55 pm  

Insulate Britain is dismissing what it's calling "endless injunctions" against the environmental group and says it'll continue disrupting traffic

A court order's been issued, banning them from blocking all motorways and major A roads across England.

After weeks of protests, the group remains defiant, and is threatening to target the M25 again tomorrow.

Surrey Police say their protests cost them 4,000 hours of police time.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 pm  

Kingston’s MP says his desire is to get back to meeting constituents in person in the wake of Sir David Amess’s murder

Sir Ed Davey, who is also the Lib Dem leader, says he was looking forward to face to face meetings after months on Zoom. 

He’s told us it’s incredibly important for MPs to be accessible.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

Millions of nurses, teachers and members of the armed forces could receive a pay rise in April, after the chancellor said the public sector pay freeze is to be lifted

But there are concerns remuneration could effectively go down, if there's a significant increase in inflation.

Business Minister and Sutton MP Paul Scully admits precise figures are difficult to predict, and says the amount of extra money will be decided independently.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 am  

The Chelsea Pensioners will be leading the tributes this Remembrance Day with the release of their single “White Doves of Peace”

Lucy Mayer reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 am  

A man from Croydon has been jailed under a new law, which makes it illegal to own some offensive weapons, even just to keep at home

Police saw 30-year-old Nicholas Tyrell throw some drugs out of his car, and went to search him.

During the confrontation, he became aggressive, and shoved an officer so hard he hit the floor.

After his arrest, they searched his home, and found drugs, four mobile phones, and a black knuckleduster.

He’s been sentenced to three years and three months in prison.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:21 am  

Another injunction's been granted against Insulate Britain protesters, this time covering all motorways and major A roads across England

Anyone who breaches the court order could face jail and a fine.

It’s emerged 130 arrests were made by Surrey Police during the four days of protests by Insulate Britain on the M25.

4,000 hours of police time were also taken up by the incidents.

Police are working with the Crown Prosecution Service and other forces across the UK to decide who to charge and with what offence.

Jerry Westerman, who is Surrey Police’s Head of Operations Commander for the M25, says the public also has a role to play.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:11 am  

Monday, 25 October 2021

In Strictly Come Dancing, the dancer who came bottom of the leaderboard left the show last night.

Former Harlequins rugby player Ugo Monye returned to the show after a week off with a back injury.

His co-star, Tilly Ramsay, says they've become great friends after realising how close they live to one another.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Officers from Chessington neighbourhood teams arrested a man on Friday for a number of offences.

 










They stopped his vehicle and found the driver had no insurance and a large amount of cannabis with names and postcodes inside the car.

He was arrested for taking a vehicle without consent and for possession with intent to supply class B drugs.

He has since been released under investigation.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Two men have been injured during a fight in Sutton.

Police were on patrol when they were called to the station in the early hours of Saturday.

They found two men, aged 25 and 50, with injuries consistent with being assaulted. 

Three men, two aged 25 and one aged 30, were arrested nearby on suspicious of grievous bodily harm. 

They have been released under investigation.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A home with a two-storey garden and a two-storey library has gone on sale in Chiswick via Dexters for around £5m.

The front of the house on Barrowgate Road looks normal, but at the back, it’s set across four levels, with floor-to-ceiling windows on all.

It also has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and five receptions.

In the basement is a cinema room with a bespoke kitchen next to it.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Police were called to two robberies on Saturday in Mitcham.

It’s thought that they are related to reports of a group of men seen armed with weapons in Putney.

Extra officers were deployed, and a section 60 order was put in place allowing officers to stop and search people without suspicion.

They are asking any witnesses or anyone with information to come forward and contact them on 101.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The Ultra Low Emission Zone has expanded into South West London this morning.

If you have an old petrol or diesel vehicle that qualifies for the charge then you have to pay £12.50 a day to drive in the zone.

Areas like Clapham, Battersea, Barnes and Kew are now included. 

Lib Dem leader and Kingston MP, Sir Ed Davey, is a fan of the ULEZ, but doesn’t think it goes far enough. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 pm  

A “sexual predator” from Tadworth who continued to meet victims even after being arrested has been jailed.

20-year-old Jay Connor would lie about his past and his health, and convince his victims he was a friend or boyfriend.

He also used Snapchat and Instagram in order to meet victims, many of which were underage.

He’s been sentenced to nine years in prison, with a further five years on extended licence.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Volunteers have been out across the river mole clearing out the invasive Pennywort plant

The volunteers have included paddlers and canoers including Phil from Sutton who explains the lengths he has to go to, to make sure it doesn’t spread.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:59 pm  

There are calls for a one-month amnesty for fines due to the ULEZ expansion

It’s expanded today to include the North and South circulars, and will see some older vehicles having to pay £12.50 to enter the zone.

The City Hall conservatives say that when the ULEZ was first introduced, there was a month-long amnesty, and that should happen again.

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, says the extension will mean cleaner air.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:19 pm  

A woman has died after a house fire in Sutton

Police were called to Morden Way just before 2.30am this morning.

She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Part of the ground floor of the semi-detached house was damaged.

The cause is under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

The man who was in charge of Kingston’s budget has been chosen to lead the council

Andreas Kirsch is to step into the role, after Caroline Kerr announced she was leaving after 18 months.

He says he wants to continue the work to build a new leisure centre, and build new social housing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:34 am  

The Mayor of London’s ULEZ scheme has expanded to the North and South Circulars today

This means drivers of older cars in areas including Wandsworth and Richmond may now have to pay a £12.50 daily charge. 

Amanda Stretton is a motoring expert and former racing driver. 

She says going electric is what a lot of people want, but they just can’t afford it.   

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 am  

Police say they have a plan in place to respond to Insulate Britain as the climate activist group restarts protests today

After five weeks of disruption, mostly to the M25, demonstrators paused their campaign for 11-days.

A spokesman wouldn't give specific details about what action will be taken today - but says "there are things happening" that would target morning traffic.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:02 am  

Sunday, 24 October 2021

Volunteers have been out across the river mole clearing out a Pennywort plant.

The volunteers have included paddlers and canoers including Phil from Sutton who explains why its so important to remove it.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:37 pm  

Police are appealing for information after reports of a man in a wheelchair seen with a knife.

On 18th October the man reportedly charged at members of the public while holding the weapon at a bus stop in Hayes town centre.

The incident was not reported to police at the time, however an investigation was launched after footage was uploaded to social media. 

No have been injuries reported. Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:47 pm  

People looking for new careers may not have to look no further than Heathrow Airport.

People could take their careers to the skies as BA are looking for new cabin crew staff.

It comes as travel companies try to get back to normal following the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:24 pm  

Police investigating a shooting in Brixton have named the victim as 25 year old Gary Mayhew.

On 21st October Gary was admitted to hospital having suffered gunshot wounds despite effects by emergency services he died later that day.

The cause of death is thought to be a gunshot wound to the leg.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:23 pm  

With the recent wet weather and storms, the importance of protecting the UK’s wetlands is now more urgent than ever.

With this in mind, the London Wetland Centre in Barnes has launched its first ever Illuminature lights display.  

Matt Carter is director of operations at WWT, the charity which runs the site.    

He says the aim is to get people to experience the nature reserve in a different way, after dark, so they can learn more about it.

 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:58 am  

Merton Council has agreed a £1.2 million upgrade of the borough’s CCTV system.

The current network of cameras is over two decades old.

The council says footage has frequently alerted police to crimes taking place and supported them in making arrests.  

Almost 2,000 incidents across the borough were captured by the current system from April to August this year.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:18 am  

The Mayor of London’s ULEZ scheme expands tomorrow.

If you have an old petrol or diesel vehicle that qualifies for the charge then you have to pay £12.50 a day to drive in the zone.

Areas like Clapham, Battersea, Barnes and Kew will now be included. 

Mums for Lungs campaigner Jemima Hartshorn says the ULEZ is a big step forward, but more still needs to be done.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:43 am  

Kingston Council is extending its holiday food voucher scheme.

The authority says it’s to ensure parents of vulnerable children can afford to buy food during school breaks. 

School aged children who access free school meals during term time will receive one £15 food voucher each per week.

It can be used in supermarkets and the borough’s shops.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:17 am  

Saturday, 23 October 2021

Harlequins secured bonus-point win over Bath Rugby at the Twickenham Stoop


Supporters of rugby union were treated to another exciting game at the Twickenham Stoop.

Esterhuizen opened the try-tally for the hosts Harlequins within the opening three minutes; Smith adding the extra points.

Visitors Bath Rugby replied promptly with a 3-point penalty, but the hosts extended their lead with Esterhuizen scoring his second in the 15th minute of the game.

Despite this positive intent, momentum shifted in the 24th minute as an awkward tackle on speeding Bath fullback de Glanville saw Quins' Marler shown yellow. This resulted in another frustrating first half for the quartered men; Underhill powered over the try-line for the men in white; converted.

Things worsened for the hosts after they lost possession following a scrum and Bath took full advantage of a high defensive line from Quins, perfectly placing a kick behind them, with the ball rolling into touch just 5 metres from the hosts' try-line.  Bath pushed onward and were playing advantage as Quins were penalised for not rolling away after tackling; Stuart darting over the whitewash.   The extra two points were added and this gave the visitors a five-point lead going into half-time.

Half-time at The Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 12 - 17 Bath Rugby

With a 5-point deficit, Quins were looking to start strong in the second half.  Bath Rugby kicked off; the ball caught by Quins who box-kicked into the visiting half.  Bath knocked on under tackle handing the hosts a scrum.  They passed the ball from wing to wing before a penalty was awarded to the visitors and  Cipriani sent the ball up the touch-line, landing just outside the 22.

Scrum to Quins, followed by a penalty, allowing the hosts to clear their lines.

Harlequins secured line-out ball but the Bath defense was strong.  The ball was moved from wing to wing but with little territory being gained.

Marchant then gathered from the ruck and made a break through the Bath defensive line before play was halted for a Head Injury Assessment for the visiting scrum-half.

Danny Care opted for a scrum inside the visiting 22.  Quins played the ball quickly; Care passing to Smith who had to stretch to gather the ball.  The fly-half secured it and arched around the opposition, found a gap and over the try-line.  Smith converted his own try and the hosts retook the lead.

Opportunities came and went for both sides; Quins gave away a penalty after getting up to the visiting 5-metre line; Bath breaking through the defense and running the length of the pitch only to be stopped by a desperate try-saving tackle from Green.

The hosts came close to another try as Marchant broke through the Bath defence before offloading to Esterhuizen then onto Smith.  Care then chipped over to the wing for Lynagh but the ball could not be gathered cleanly and was instead knocked on into the dead-zone.  In another attack, Care broke through and chipped over the last man but could not out-step the defence - fans felt he was taken out but play continued and Bath cleared their lines.

Harlequins often make decisions that worry their supporters, and this game was no different.  The hosts earned free-kicks and penalties; each time opting for a scrum despite the kickable points on offer.  The fans needed not have worries as this tactic paid off:  Dombrandt sent the ball to Marchant who leapt for the line, touching down by the corner-flag.

Smith lined up the posts and added the extra 2 points extending their lead to 9 points: 26-17 with just over 5 minutes remaining.

As a rendition of 'The Mighty Quinn' resonated around The Twickenham Stoop, the hosts were awarded a penalty within their own half.  A long kick by Smith took play up to the Bath 22.

The hosts opted for a cheeky short line-out.  Quins started to show off their ball-handling skills as Smith passed to Green, who returned the ball.  Smith danced his way through the defence and passed to Marchant on the wing who crossed for his second try of the game and Quins' 5th.

Full Time at The Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 31 - 17 Bath Rugby

 Next Sunday: Harlequins vs Saracens

 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:37 pm  

Police are investigating reports that an offensive banner was displayed by Crystal Palace fans during the Premier League game against Newcastle at Selhurst Park

They’ve said any allegations of racist abuse will be taken very seriously.

 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:56 pm  

Manchester City are back within two points of Premier League leaders Chelsea thanks to a 4-1 win at Brighton

The Londoners thrashed bottom side Norwich 7-nil in the lunchtime kick-off.

Watford came back from 2-1 down at Everton to thump their hosts 5-2.

Newcastle remain winless after a 1-all draw at Crystal Palace in their first game since parting company with manager Steve Bruce.

Meanwhile, Burnley are still looking for a victory following a 2-all draw away to Southampton.

Leeds against Wolves finished 1-1.

In the Championship QPR went down 2-1 at Peterborough.

In League One AFC Wimbledon lost 2-nil to Wigan at Plough Lane.

Ten-man Sutton couldn’t complete the perfect come-back going down 3-2 at Rochdale.

Hampton & Richmond Borough played out a goalless draw with Chippenham in their National league South encounter with at the Beveree Stadium.

In Isthmian League action Kingstonian were knocked off the top of the table following a 5-1 loss at Folkstone.

Corinthian Casuals registered a 1-nil win over Hornchurch at the King Georges Field in Tolworth.

 

 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:21 pm  

Champions Harlequins kept the pressure on the rugby union Premiership leaders Leicester after beating Bath 31-17 at the Twickenham Stoop

The Tigers made it six wins from as many matches at the start of the season with a 19-11 victory over Sale.

London Irish were 33-21 winners at Exeter while

Gloucester got past Newcastle 29-20.

 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

Two guided heritage walks have opened in Croydon, as part ofa pilot scheme to highlight the town’s history.

Two guided heritage walks have opened in Croydon, as part ofa pilot scheme to highlight the town’s history. 

A Market Town walk passes through Surrey Street market which has been trading since 1275 and is one of London’s oldest. 

The Old Town walk explores some of the areas mot historic buildings including the grounds of Croydon Minster. 

The borough council, which organised the walks is hoping for feedback. There are more details including maps at the link below.. 


www.croydon.gov.uk/walks


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:37 pm  

People in Hounslow are seeing “severe disruptions” to waste and recycling collections.

The council has issued an apology and says the issue is down to “unforeseen circumstances.”

Anyone who has had a collection missed,  is being encouraged to report it online so it can be re-booked. 

Cllr Guy Lambert, Cabinet Member for Highways, Recycling and Companies said:

"We are currently experiencing disruption in waste and recycling collections across the borough. The pandemic and shortages of qualified HGV drivers have caused exacerbating strain on our excellent Recycle 360 workforce.

This extraordinary pressure resulted in a short interruption to our full waste and recycling service yesterday which is now resolved. The Council and Recycle 360 are working together to effectively respond to the ever increasing demand in the service.

"Despite these challenges we will work hard to continue to provide a regularly uninterrupted service just like we did throughout the pandemic.

"Recycle 360 crews have already commenced work to catch up with every missed collection across the borough. The delay yesterday will regrettably cause some delays for other residents as we work through the backlog. Crews will continue to make collections throughout the week including the weekend.

"Residents are advised to present their bin and recycling boxes for collection on the normal day of collection and leave it out until it has been collected.

"We recognise that delays are frustrating and we're sorry for disruption where it has occurred.

"If your collection has been missed please report it using our online form via our website."


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:12 pm  

A company which organises adult obstacle courses has had some of its deposit withheld following one of its events in Modern Park.

Merton Council says it' having to restore the park to its natural condition after the 'Tough Mudder' event earlier this month.

It says the money was withheld to pay for works after the ground was "churned up".

Bad weather meant that there was more mud than anticipated which resulted in the park's poor condition.

We've contacted the Tough Mudder organisers for comment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

A dog warden from Croydon has been recognised with a prestigious RSPCA award for the third year in a row.

Tara Boswell has received the stray dog PawPrint award.

Tara has worked for Croydon Council for 12 years, and helps on average over 150 dogs each year.

She finds rescue spaces, foster and forever homes for the stray dogs collected, and also supports the council's neutering programme.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:24 am  

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is not thinking about recalling Billy Gilmour from his loan spell at Norwich.

The midfielder hasn't started a Premier League game in over a month.

Ahead of the two clubs facing each other at lunchtime, Tuchel says it's up to Gilmour to fight his way back into the first team.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:29 am  

"Essential" conservation work is being undertaken on a number of endangered trees across Richmond.

The borough has one of the most important populations of native Black Poplar in the country.

There are only 7,000 remaining in the entire UK and Richmond is home to over 70 specimens.

Specialised 'halo clearance' work, which began this week, will ensure the trees' future by reducing the negative impacts of completing plants. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:40 am  

Parents in Croydon with kids aged between 12-15 can now book their child in for a covid-19 vaccine on the NHS website for the first time.

 Starting tomorrow, they can take their child to the vaccination centres at Centrale Shopping Centre and Valley Park Surgery.

The Covid-19 vaccination programme will continue in Croydon schools at the start of the new term. 

Available vaccination centres in south west London:

  • Hawks Road Health Clinic, Kingston-upon-Thames,  KT1 3EW
  • Centre Court Shopping Centre, Wimbledon, 4 Queen’s Rd, London, SW19 8YE
  • St Nicholas Shopping Centre, Sutton, 3 St Nicholas Way, Sutton, SM1 1AY
  • Roehampton Vaccination Centre, QMH Carpark Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton Lane, London SW15 5PN
  • The Wilson Hospital, Mitcham, CR4 4LD 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Friday, 22 October 2021

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has confirmed Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner ((pron: tee-mo verner)) will both miss their next two games at least.

Both strikers picked up injuries in their mid-week Champions League win over Malmo.

Tuchel says he won't put a timeframe on Lukaku's return to action.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Five officers are to face misconduct hearings because of WhatsApp messages linked to the murder of Sarah Everard.

She was killed by Wayne Couzens - a serving policeman who was jailed for life last month.

The police watchdog says one of the posts was a highly offensive image, depicting violence against women.

It's outraged Shabnam Chaudhri, a former detective superintendent at the Met Police.

The police watchdog's still examining whether officers properly investigated allegations of indecent exposure made against Wayne Couzens.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A 14 metre long houseboat has been saved in Chiswick Quay.

Fire crews were called yesterday just before 11 to the marina, where the Dutch barge was submerged and obstructing another boat.

The brigade pumped water from the vessel, and moved both boats to safety.

There were no people involved and nobody was injured.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

A suspected car thief has been arrested while hiding in a garden in Purley.

Overnight, Surrey Police spotted a stolen Jaguar iPace near Reigate.

The driver failed to stop, and was pursed into Purley where they lost control and crashed.

They then ran off on foot, but were later caught.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

MPs have been debating South Western Railway’s proposed timetable changes.

It’s after almost 3,500 people in Richmond and Kingston backed a petition calling for SWR to reconsider its plans.

The train company is considering a number of timetable changes, including ditching some services, from December next year. 

Richmond Park MP, Sarah Olney, is also the Lib Dem’s Parliamentary Spokesperson for Transport. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A suspected car thief has been arrested while hiding in a garden in Purley.

Overnight, Surrey Police spotted a stolen Jaguar iPace near Reigate.

The driver failed to stop, and was pursed into Purley where they lost control and crashed.

They then ran off on foot, but were later caught.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

A charity in Leatherhead has won a year-long partnership with a leading London law firm.

The Rainbow Trust will be supported by staff at Macfarlanes in the work it does with seriously ill children. 

They’ll help raise awareness of the charity, provide legal advice and provide office space.

Staff from Macfarlanes have already kick-started the partnership by running the Royal Parks Half Marathon for the charity.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A man has been jailed for 24 weeks after stealing from multiple shops in Staines.

37 year old Richard Reilly was arrested on Wednesday after a two day crime spree.

He was caught taking personal belongings from staff member’s bags in Farm foods in Sunbury and shoplifting in Sainsburys in Stanwell. 

He was arrested for burglary, theft from a shop, common assault and fraud and pleaded guilty at Guidlford crown court yesterday.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Five officers are facing disciplinary action after sharing messages about Wayne Couzens, the on-duty officer that kidnapped Sarah Everard in Clapham common and murdered her.

That includes two from the Metropolitan force and one each from those in Sussex, Dorset and Avon and Somerset.

They'll all face misconduct proceedings following the comments made about serving officer Wayne Couzens, jailed for murdering the 33-year-old.

Shabnam Chaudhri, who's a former detective superintendent at the Met Police, says she feels sick to the stomach.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 pm  

One vehicle has been destroyed and another three damaged, after a fire at a supermarket car park in Balham

The brigade were called to Balham Station Road yesterday just before 12.30pm.

They took 22 calls to the blaze.

There are no reports of any injuries, and the fire was under control within 30 minutes.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:14 pm  

A man from Epsom has been jailed, after attacking a stranger late at night in the town centre

The victim was sitting with his girlfriend in Capitol Square in August 2020, when 20-year-old Joshua Gunton approached the pair and kicked the man.

He was initially taken to Epsom Hospital, but then transferred to St George’s for surgery.

Gunton has been sentenced to 26 months in prison, 13 of which will be spent on license.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 pm  

Coronavirus cases are rising quickly across Surrey, which is showing a much higher rate of cases than the national average

The county is showing 516 per 100,000 people, while nationally it is 458.

Surrey Heath is showing the highest rate, at 710, as well as the highest percentage increase at 42%.

Elmbridge, which had the highest case rate for a number of days, is now holding steady at 546 cases per 100,000.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

MPs will debate South Western Railway’s proposed timetable changes this afternoon

It’s been secured by Richmond Park MP, Sarah Olney, who is also the Lib Dem’s Parliamentary Spokesperson for Transport.

Almost 3,500 people in Richmond and Kingston have backed a petition calling for SWR to reconsider its plans.

The train company is considering a number of timetable changes, including ditching some services, from December next year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:44 am  

A man is in a serious condition in hospital after a “machete attack” in Earlsfield

Police were called to Garratt Lane just after 2.30pm yesterday.

There have been no arrests so far.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 am  

Today marks the first ever Marsden Morning

Thousands of people across the country are getting together to help raise £5 million needed by the Royal Marsden.

The money will go towards building its new Oak Cancer Centre in Sutton.

23 year old Alice Marples has been receiving treatment at the Marsden for a brain tumour since she was 4 years old.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Thursday, 21 October 2021

Cancer Testing South will be back at Shepperton Fire Station this Saturday giving men another chance to have a “PSA” test.

PLEASE NOTE, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID. 

Raised “Prostate Specific Antigen” in the blood indicates inflammation of the prostate which could indicate cancer.

47,500 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer annually leading to a death every 45 minutes. 

Roger MacDivitt from the charity, says anyone aged between 40 and 80 years is invited. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 pm  

TfL says it’s important to have an understandable and clear boundary for the ULEZ and doesn’t want to make exceptions.

Twickenham’s MP Munira Wilson wrote to the Mayor of London, asking that Mortlake crematorium and Townmead Recycling Centre be exempt from the zone.

She expressed concerns that it would lead to an increase in fly-tipping, and it’s “morally wrong” to charge access to a crematorium.

It’s due to come in on Monday and will mean some higher polluting vehicles will have to pay extra., in an effort to discourage their use. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 pm  

Staff from Kingston Hospital have been out and about teaching people CPR.

On Saturday, they were at Waterloo, giving advice for national restart a heart day.

Therese Sidney, from the Hospital, says “people were genuinely keen to learn and practice this life skill”.

When somebody goes into cardiac arrest outside of a hospital, they have a less than one in ten survival rate.

You can find more information on how to do CPR here.

Link: https://www.resus.org.uk/watch


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 pm  

Surrey Police has launched a new campaign aimed at tackling crime over winter.

Normally, during these months, burglaries and anti-social behaviour increases, but recently there’s been a rise in online offending.

The scheme will raise awareness on these types of crimes, see increased patrols, and give advice on how best to secure your home.

From March 2020 to February 2021, residential burglaries in Surrey dropped by an average of 39% across the county. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:58 pm  

A councillor in Sutton has been nominated for a lifetime achievement award.

Marlene Heron has been praised for her “respect, equality, openness and support” at the Local Government Information Unit awards.

Aled Richard-Jones from Wandsworth is up for community champion, for his work bringing residents’ voices into the council.

Elsewhere, Jonny Thalassites from Kensington and Chelsea is nominated for Environment and sustainability pioneer.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:37 pm  

Mitcham Bridge has partially reopened after more than two years of repair works.

Councillor Martin Whelton says thanks to “residents who have accepted the massive change to their working lives”.

Cycle lanes have been introduced, although work is still finishing works on and around the structure.

Buses are also to remain on diversion for the coming weeks.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:49 pm  

The maker of Dove, Knorr and Marmite is warning it'll have to increase prices further next year.

Unilever says it's already put them up by 4.1% since June but it's not enough to cover continued surges in costs.

Unilever is currently preparing to move its headquarters to central Kingston where it will create 2,000 jobs. 

The Eden Campus includes two-interlinked office buildings, car parking for electric vehicles and a tower block. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

There are calls for more police officers in Twickenham, following the murder of an 18-year-old last week.

The area’s Lib Dem MP, Munira Wilson, says she’ll be writing to the Home Secretary and Prime Minister, since PMQs ran out of time before getting to her.

A 16-year-old has appeared in court in connection with the stabbing.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Reported Covid cases in Richmond remain higher than the London average.

The council says most cases can be seen in people aged 11 to 16 and are linked to outbreaks in schools.

The autumn internationals begin at Twickenham Stadium next month when England takes on Tonga.

Thousands are expected to attend, but despite this, Richmond Council leader Gareth Roberts is not in favour of Covid passports. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Kingston Hospital’s Director of Workforce has received a prestigious award recognising his longcareer.

Kevin Cheatle has been handed an HPMA President’s Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award.

His career spans over four decades in government, the voluntary sector and the NHS.

The Healthcare People Management Association lists Kingston in the top 10% of Hospital Trusts in London.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 pm  

Storm Aurore battered the South East of the country last night.

Forecasters are today warning of transport disruption, difficult driving conditions, power cuts, and floods.

The underpass in Central Road in Worcester Park was closed off in the early hours after flooding forced a driver to abandon their car. 

A number of South Western Railway services were also suspended and Surrey Police issued a speed warning after a driver aquaplaned. 

We’ll have a full travel update in 20 minutes’ time.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Investigators believe a fire in Thornton Heath yesterday morning was accidently caused by overheating in a hot water system.

Around 150 people were evacuated from a hotel on Dunheved Road at around 8:30am after the blaze was discovered in the basement. 

Four fire engines and around 25 firefighters called to the scene had the fire under control within half an hour. 

There were no reports of any injuries.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:05 pm  

A charity offering horse rides to the disabled is to return to Teddington, after being evicted in July

Park Lane Stables says they’ve agreed a price for their old site, and the funds are with their solicitor.

The charity was told to leave the site unless they bought it, which lead to a successful crowdfunding campaign at the end of last year.

However, the landlord then raised the price of the property, and the group had to leave.

Neil Rodford, from the charity, says there’s been “twists and turns” in the legal process but they want to provide a “secure future” for themselves.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 pm  

Water firms across England and Wales have seen a rise in written complaints for a third consecutive year, driven partly by Thames Water

The Consumer Council for Water says they're up 11% percent since 2020, reaching a five-year high.

Almost 70% were disputes over bill costs.

Thames was responsible for 42% of complaints, despite only being responsible for 19% of homes.

The supplier says they’re “determined to do better” and they’re working with the watchdog to improve practices.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:39 pm  

Police have released CCTV after a man sexually assaulted a woman purchasing a ticket at Waddon station

On the 24th of June at 11am, she was outside the station when an unknown man approached her.

He spoke to her, before grabbing her and kissing her without her consent.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku went off injured during last night's Champions League win over Malmo

He was substituted 23 minutes in to the 4-nil win at Stamford Bridge.

The Belgian international is now expected to miss Saturday's Premier League game with Norwich.

Manager Thomas Tuchel says he doesn't regret selecting his star striker.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 am  

The Elmbridge Eagles have raised over £8,000 of a Crowdfunding campaign

The 40-year-old club in Thames Ditton needs £17,000 to refurbish its pitches after it was awarded a 25-year-lease. 

Matthew Walker is the club’s vice Chairman. 

He says the lease is integral to keeping rugby league alive in the south of the country.


You can find the crowdfunder here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:31 am  

Work to make Battersea Bridge safer following the death of a jogger begins today

Transport for London brought the start date for the works forward after Jack Ryan was in a collision with a car in January.

More than 25,000 people signed a petition to improve safety for those trying to cross at the north side of the bridge after he was killed.

Work will include a new signalised pedestrian crossing and a reduction in speed limit from 30mph to 20mph.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:02 am  

A £1m training centre which simulates the conditions of a hospital has opened in Croydon.

It’s part of a deal between Croydon College and Roehampton University, to boost their nursing qualifications.

It includes a realistic six-bed hospital ward, care home settings, and a GP surgery.

Mike Bell, from Croydon NHS, says it means Croydon has “the highest grade of clinical education”.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

A debate on South Western Railway’s proposed timetable changes will take place in Parliament on Friday.

It’s been secured by Richmond Park MP, Sarah Olney, who is also the Lib Dem’s Parliamentary Spokesperson for Transport. 

Almost 3,500 people in Richmond and Kingston have  backed a petition calling for SWR to reconsider its plans.

The train company says it is considering changes from December 2022 as passenger useage across the network has dropped.  


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

The controversial Streetspace scheme in Chiswick has been reviewed, but will go ahead as planned.

There will be access restrictions to Staveley Road between 8am and 7pm, but residents on some roads will be exempt.

It’s been criticised for possibly affecting businesses, and vulnerable residents who need access to deliveries and support services.

The A4 Residents’ Association says they’re “in a mix of shock and depression”, and will have to take “convoluted loops” around town.

The council says they’ve had independent reviewers look at the scheme, and they’re aiming to encourage walking and cycling.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Despite an arrest by police investigating bike robberies in Richmond Park, patrols are going to continue.

A 16-year-old was arrested on Friday on suspicion of a number of offences, including some relating to a separate investigation.

People have been pushed off of their bikes by people on mopeds in the park.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Police on 101, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Wednesday, 20 October 2021

21 places in both Richmond and Hounslow have been awarded Green Flag status.

One of them, Crane Park, is joint managed by both councils, which Hounslow says shows the importance of working with other authorities.

In Hounslow, the Heath’s car park has been redesigned with a material that allows water to pass through it, rather than non-permeable.

Richmond Councillor Julia Neden-Watts says it’s a “significant achievement” and parks are “an essential aspect of our beautiful borough”.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Police patrols are being stepped up in a part of Kingston following a spike in anti-social behaviour.

Residents have reported issues, particularly in the evenings. 

MP Sarah Olney has been out on patrol with officers.

She says one of the reasons police numbers are lower is the “mistaken belief that this area is safe and doesn't need a police presence.”


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

The UK's biggest force has become the latest to make changes so police can verify their identity to lone women.

Plain-clothed officers with the Met will make a video call to their supervisor, to prove who they are.

It's after Sarah Everard was kidnapped at Clapham Common and murdered by an off-duty officer who faked an arrest.

The head of the force, Dame Cressida Dick, told a London Assembly committee they must regain the public's trust.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Chertsey is to mark the centenary of its Town War Memorial with a special ceremony.

The monument was unveiled 100 years ago on the 30th of October 1921.

Chertsey Museum has been uncovering stories about those who lost their lives, their families, and those who returned from war.

The centenary event will take place outside St Peter’s Church on Saturday the 30th at 3pm.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Boris Johnson's promised to hurry up the government's "Online Harms Bill," telling MPs they'll get to vote on it before Christmas.

He says it'll include 'tough sentences' for certain 'foul content'.

Carshalton and Wallington’s MP, Elliot Colburn, has been on the receiving end of anonymous homophobic abuse this year. 

He explains why the bill has taken so long to come before Parliament.  

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A former ballet tutor at a dance school in west London has been sentenced for thirteen counts of sexual assault.

 



49 year old Yat-Sen Chang from Germany was found guilty of the offences after a two-week trial at Isleworth Crown Court.

At the time of the offences, Chang was a ballet tutor at a dance school in west London.

He’s been handed a 9 year sentence.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:55 pm  

It’s emerged a plane headed for Heathrow discharged raw human waste over a garden in Windsor in July.

A meeting of Windsor and Maidenhead’s Council’s Environmental Health team had to look into the incident.

Human waste on planes is usually stored in tanks and taken away after the aircraft has landed.

But it was found that in this case, a fault with the aircraft may have been to blame for the situation.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

More drinking fountains are being introduced in parks across Wandsworth.

It’s to encourage visitors to cut back on using plastic bottles. 

The council has installed 20 so far in areas including Battersea Park and Tooting Common.

The authority wants Wandsworth to become carbon neutral by 2030. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Chelsea prepare to take on Malmo at Stamford Bridge

Leicester are looking to move off the bottom of their Europa League group this afternoon. 

They get underway against Spartak Moscow in Russia in around half-an-hour.

Later tonight, under pressure Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could do with a win at home to Atalanta in the Champions League.

Holders Chelsea take on Malmo at Stamford Bridge.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

The Met is changing how lone officers in plain clothes will verify their identity and purpose to lone women in the wake of Sarah Everard's kidnap in Clapham and subsequent murder.

The majority of police officers patrol in uniform and in close proximity to other colleagues, but there are limited occasions where a lone plain clothed officer may need to engage with the public.

From today, lone plain clothed officers, including those reacting to incidents whilst off-duty, will proactively provide verification of their identity and purpose to any lone woman they need to engage with using a video call to a uniformed supervisor in one of our police operations rooms. This is in addition to showing their warrant card.

The uniformed supervisor in the control room will conduct the necessary checks and provide reassurance that the officer is who they say they are and that they are acting appropriately. They will also ensure the encounter is properly recorded.

The video call will be made using the officer’s mobile device, but on the rare occasion they don’t have their device, such as when they are off duty, the officer will provide the woman with the telephone number to visually call the operations room directly. All local operations rooms have been equipped with a dedicated mobile device to make and receive these calls that utilise a range of popular video calling services including FaceTime, WhatsApp, Skype, Zoom and Google Duo.

They can also call 999 directly, to ask for verification of an officer’s identification and reassurance from the police control room if they prefer this route, or if video calling is not available for any reason.

The Met has consulted widely with key partners working to tackle violence against women and girls on this process in order to ensure it provides the reassurance that is needed.

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Laurence Taylor, Frontline Policing, said: “It is very unusual for a lone plain-clothed officer to engage with a lone woman. It is simply not how we usually operate but there are some rare circumstances where this could happen and we want to give all the reassurance we can.

“We know we need to regain women’s trust and we fully accept that the onus is on us to verify we are who we say we are and that we are acting appropriately - that’s why we’ve introduced this system.

“We hope that being able to see and speak to a uniformed colleague in what will very visibly be a police operations room, and know that there is a proper police record of the encounter, will provide the reassurance that we understand is necessary.”

 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:23 pm  

Plain-clothes police officers will now video call a uniformed colleague to confirm their identity when stopping a lone women.

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick says the new system's being introduced in London following the kidnap in Clapham Common and murder of Sarah Everard.

The 33-year-old was killed by a serving officer who staged a fake arrest before kidnapping her.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

The business secretary's insisted there will not be another national lockdown

It's after an NHS boss urged the government to bring in its 'plan B' for dealing with coronavirus in England now, because of rising case numbers.

It would mean the return of laws forcing masks to be worn in crowded places and the potential of Covid passports.

But Spelthorne MP Kwasi Kwarteng says winter is always a difficult time for the health service.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Richmond Park’s MP says crime has been a “running theme” at the coffee mornings she has hosted over the past fortnight

Lib Dem Sarah Olney has already said she won’t stop face to face meetings with constituents in the wake of Sir David Amess’s killing.

Ms Olney has written to Sophie Linden, the Deputy Mayor of London for Policing and Crime.

She’s urging her to explore ways of ensuring residents feel safe in their homes and while out and about. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Around 100 people have been evacuated from a hotel in Thornton Heath due to a fire

Crews were called just before 8.30 this morning to the venue on Dunheved Road South.

They tackled a blaze in the electrical plant room in the basement, and had it under control by around 9.10.

The cause is being investigated.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

St George’s Hospital in Tooting is looking to recruit more pregnant women for a Covid-19 vaccine trial

The Preg-CoV study is looking to understand the best interval time between vaccine doses given to expectant mums.

One in six of the most critically ill Covid patients requiring life-saving care are unvaccinated pregnant women according to the NHS.

Professor Paul Heath, who is leading the study, explains what can be gained from this trial.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel admits his team are yet to reach their best form this season despite them being top of the Premier League

The European champions could also move to the top of their Champions League group with a win at home to Malmö later.

Tuchel says they're yet to find their rhythm blaming it on playing "too many games".

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:25 am  

“Our streets tend to attract drivers who think they’re The Stig.”

 That's from Kensington and Chelsea Council which has issued 144 fines to nuisance drivers over the last year.

The authority has now decided to expand a Public Space Protection Order to allow officers to target more anti-social drivers.  

It’s after more than 92% of residents who took part in a consultation on the matter supported the move. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 am  

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