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Sunday, 23 September 2018

Roehampton and Kingston universities high up for social inclusion


Roehampton and Kingston universities are high up on the list of social inclusion published today.

Kingston is in 18th place and Roehampton is in 21st place.

Earlier it was revealed that Oxford - Cambridge and Saint Andrews are the worst universities for social diversity.

A Welsh university Glendowr came top and London Met came second.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 pm  

Surrey Police maintain its drive against knives.

Surrey Police is reiterating its drive against people carrying knives.

They are running a campaign called Op Sceptre with amnesty bins placed across Surrey.

The bins are situated in Woking and Staines.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:52 pm  

Siobhan Benita announces intention to be the Liberal Democrat candidate for Mayor of London @SiobhanBenita



Kingston resident and previous independent candidate for Mayor of London Siobhan (Sh-vorn) Benita has announced her intention to seek the Liberal Democrat candidacy for the 2020 London Mayor election.

She told Radio Jackie about what she learnt from her first run.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:37 pm  

England rugby player replaced in national squad

One of the rugby players has been replaced in the England men’s training squad.

Joe Marler who plays with Harlequins has withdrawn from the training squad for personal reasons.

He’s been replaced by Ben Moon from the Exeter Chiefs.

England is due to play four international rugby matches in November at Twickenham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:29 pm  

Chelsea have missed the chance to return to the top of the Premier League

They failed to win for the first time this season after being held to a goalless draw at West Ham.

Boss Maurizio Sarri says it was a close game.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 pm  

Kingston Council has affirmed they will be closing Murray House nursing home

The news comes despite an outcry from people in the area.

They say that the 38 bed home has only five permanent residents, due to their desire for people to live independently for as long as possible.

As a result, they have decided it will not be cost-effective to refurbish it.

However, the residents will be moved by the end of October this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:23 pm  

A charity ball in Ashford has raised £10,000 for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St Peter’s hospital

10 year old Mia Hagger and her family presented the cheque, after she was born with complications at the unit.

She was born limp and unable to breathe, and after care at St Peter’s she was transferred to Great Ormond Street for specialist treatment.

The funds will go towards intensive care equipment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:36 pm  

UPDATE: Missing autistic boy from Sutton has been found safe and well

Sutton police have confirmed that 15-year-old Ben McGovern has been located after initially going missing from the Carshalton Park and Ruskin Road area at 8.40 this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 pm  

Urgent police search for missing autistic boy from Sutton

Sutton police are searching for a missing autistic boy.

Ben McGovern is 15 and was last seen this morning at 8.40 in Carlshalton.

He's 5 ft 6 inches tall. He was wearing a dressing gown and no shoes.

He's gone missing around Carshalton Park and Ruskin Road area.

He suffers with autism and speaks a few words.

Anyone who’s seen him should phone 101 and give the reference Cad 2119/23Sep.












posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:21 am  

Surbiton Hockey club seals victory

Members of the Surbiton Hockey club are celebrating after the Men’s First Team beat Wimbledon.

The Seals ignored the wet weather to beat the Wombles 3-1.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

Norbiton SNT seize weapons on the Cambridge Estate

Norbiton Safer Neighbourhood Team had a busy Saturday night seizing a knife and a baseball bat on the Cambridge Estate in Kingston.

The officers made use of CCTV having being tipped off by the council. The weapons seized also included hockey sticks.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Saturday, 22 September 2018

Post mortem to take place after death outside a pub in Sunbury

A post mortem examination will take place on a man who’s died following a fight outside a pub in Sunbury Friday night.

The victim has been identified as Colin Barrett who was in his 50’s. He collapsed and died in Vicarage Road.

It’s believed he had been involved in an earlier incident between two groups of men at the Running Horse in Groveley Road just before 7pm.

One man has since been arrested on suspicion of murder, and subsequently violent disorder.

Anyone with information is being asked to phone police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:41 pm  

Weybridge MP takes swipe at Labour's spending plans

The Weybridge MP and Chancellor Philip Hammond has taken a swipe at Labour’s borrowing plans if they got into power.

Mr Hammond claims the scheme to borrow 176 billion pounds will end up with less choice and poorer service just like the last time.

The Labour party’s conference is soon to be held in Liverpool.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:09 am  

Missing Sutton teenager


19 year old Brooke Tudor has been missing from Sutton since early this morning

Police are concerned for her welfare.
She left home wearing a black top, denim skirt and no shoes.

If anyone has seen Brooke they should call 101 and give police the reference

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:42 am  

Hayes MP calls for re-nationalisation of railways

The Hayes and Harlington MP John McDonnell has called for Britain’s railways to be re-nationalised.

The comments by the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party came just before Labour’s annual conference.

Mr McDonnell has said it will happen within five years of getting into power.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 am  

Spelthorne Council changes plans over leisure centre.

Spelthorne Council has changed its plans over a new leisure centre in Staines.

It has now excluded development on the park on Commercial Road after substantial opposition from local residents.

Council Leader Ian Harvey says that they are now addressing how to ‘preserve and enhance this park as an open space amenity for future generations.

Spelthorne officers are continuing to assess more than 50 sites and will be issuing further proposals for consultation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:42 am  

Friday, 21 September 2018

Flat fire in Woking

There was a fire in Woking this evening.

Crews were called to reports of a fire at a block of flats on Coley Avenue just after quarter past 8.

The blaze was extinguished before 9.

There are no reports of any injuries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Man who claimed over £88,000 in Grenfell Tower support admits to fraud

A man who received nearly 90-thousand pounds in financial support after claiming he lived in Grenfell Tower has pleaded guilty to fraud.

Abdelkarim Rekaya, aged 28, admitted lying about being homeless and living in the block at Isleworth Crown Court today.

In December he was housed at an address in Lots Road in Chelsea and stayed there free of rent and bills until July.

He's been remanded in custody and will be sentenced in November.

72 people died in the blaze in June last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:54 pm  

Surbiton Hockey Club are encouraging more girls to get involved in sport

Some of Surbiton Hockey Club's international players have been talking and playing hockey with young girls in Esher today.

They want to improve girls' access to the sport.

Izzy Carey, who's sixteen, plays for England.

She says the skills learnt through playing sport can be transferred to all areas of life.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 pm  

£50,000 Range Rover stolen from Ewell West car park

A Range Rover worth £50,000 was stolen from a car park in Ewell this afternoon.

The car was parked at Ewell West railway station when it was stolen at around 4.30.

British Transport Police are looking for two men who arrived at the station in a white and grey Ford Fiesta.

One of the men is white, 6ft tall, in his late thirties, and has a dark beard. He was wearing a black baseball cap, a black t-shirt and blue jeans.

Anyone with information is asked to contact BTP by calling 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

Police looking for a man after an attempted burglary in Banstead



Police have released an image of man in connection with an attempted burglary in Banstead.

He was spotted outside a house on Holly Lodge Lane last Wednesday afternoon.

He’s wearing a stripy wooly hat with a cat’s face on it, and was driving a light blue car.

If you have any information please call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

Croydon's going car-free this weekend

Croydon Council is launching a new initiative this weekend to encourage people to leave their cars at home.

This Saturday Croydon High Street will become a play street for children who want to mark World Car Free Day.

The day of action promotes other means of transport and allows residents to see their communities with fewer vehicles on the road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 pm  

Full interview with the writer and cast member of Honour Amongst Theives

Ian Callaway is the writer, and Melanie Mortiboys plays the crown prosecutor.



Honour Amongst Thieves will be at the Cornerhouse Theatre from the 11th to the 13th of October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:23 pm  

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson's revealed the club have not followed up comments made by Wilfried Zaha about Premier League referees failing to protect him

He was scathing in his criticism of officials following Palace's victory over Huddersfield last weekend.

But Hodgson says he's trying to move on from the incident.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:08 pm  

The NHS apparently paid out 35-million pounds in compensation last year, due to unsafe hospitals

Research by a law firm has found the average payout during the year to last April was almost 160-thousand pounds.

However, the Royal Marsden in Sutton was among seven who didn’t pay anything at all.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:33 pm  

A man who sold fur coats made from protected species has been sentenced

40 year old Timothy Norris from Epsom pleaded guilty to selling the garments on eBay.

Police seized 24 items in early 2017, which were mainly made from endangered wild cats.

He must serve 200 hours of community service.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 pm  

Kingston Council has pledged its support for lowering the voting age to 16

They join 31 other boroughs who encourage the move.

Councillor Sam Foulder-Hughes, who presented the motion, says “I feel it is our duty to open up the council to everyone no matter what their age”.

Estimates suggests there are around 3,000 people in that age group in the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

Wandsworth Council is banning traffic along certain roads in an attempt to reduce so-called rat running

Research showed early morning commuters were exiting the A3 at Tibbets Corner and using residential roads as cut-throughs.

A month trial scheme is planned early next year which will be extended if proven to be effective.

Early morning traffic will be banned from using Withycombe Road and Princes Way, and part of Windlesham Grove will become one way westbound.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 pm  

A man has gone missing from Southleigh Community Hospital in Croydon.



A man has gone missing from Southleigh Community Hospital in Croydon.

52 year old Mark Ricketts went missing on Tuesday and was a mental health patient of the hospital.

He needs regular medication which is why police and hospital staff are particularly concerned for his wellbeing.

He is just over 6ft, black with greying hair and of a stocky build. An image can be found on our website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:54 am  

Momentum Children’s Charity has worked closely with Epsom Hospital this summer to launch new projects.

Momentum Children’s Charity has worked closely with Epsom Hospital this summer to launch new projects.

The projects include the refurbishment of an isolation room and an outpatient’s clinic room.

This is Kathryn Hughes, Director for women’s and children’s services at Epsom and St Helier University Hospital.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

Twickenham town centre is now home to 45 new affordable rental properties.

Twickenham town centre is now home to 45 new affordable rental properties.

16 affordable rented properties and 29 new shared ownership ones.

The homes will be offered to those with an urgent priority for low cost rented housing and those who need to transfer from existing social housing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 am  

Following complaints from people who live near Twickenham Stadium, it now has restrictions on its licence.

Following complaints from people who live near Twickenham Stadium, it now has restrictions on its licence.

People mainly voiced their concerns about drug-use, littering and public urination.

The Eminem concert in July sparked the complaints from people, which they say resulted in more antisocial behaviour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:44 am  

A new comedy play is coming to Surbiton about the justice system, written by a former crown prosecutor.

A new comedy play is coming to Surbiton about the justice system, written by a former crown prosecutor.

Honour Amongst Thieves was written by Ian Callaway during a period of clinical depression towards the end of his career.

He says writing helped him through the dark times.



It’s running at the Cornerhouse Theatre from the 11th to the 13th of October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 am  

Hammersmith and Fulham Council is getting vacant caretaker’s homes ready for teachers to rent.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council is getting vacant caretaker’s homes ready for teachers to rent.

The homes will be made available as house shares through its property guardianship scheme.

Teachers in the area will be offered tenancies of 6 months or more and would share kitchens and bathrooms.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 am  

Residents Association candidate wins Nonsuch ward by-election

Residents Association candidate Colin Keane has convincingly won the Epsom & Ewell Council by-election for the Nonsuch ward.

Keane took 766 votes to nearest rival Conservative Alastair Whitby who got 227 votes.

Turnout was 24.93%.

The by-election was called after the death of councillor and former mayor David Wood on July 6th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:46 am  

Thursday, 20 September 2018

Two more teenagers charged with the murder of Mark Fontaine in Chelsea

Two more teenagers have charged with the murder of a man in Chelsea.

41 year old Mark Fontaine was found with multiple stab wounds in Cathcart Road in May.

In June, a 14 year old boy was charged with his murder.

Now, two 17 year old boys, both arrested in June have also been charged with the stabbing.

They will appear in court tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 pm  

Man airlifted to hospital in Staines is in a 'serious condition'

A man is in a ‘serious condition’ after fixing a broken lift shaft in Staines.

Police were called to London Road following concerns for the safety of the man at around 3 this afternoon.

The road was closed for emergency services to airlift him to St George’s in Tooting.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:23 pm  

Richmond Council is hosting a new mindfulness walk at Kew Gardens

Richmond Council has teamed up with Kew Gardens to do a mindfulness walk as part of a new campaign.

The one hour walk is part of the BE ACTIVE European Week of Sport Campaign, encouraging people to exercise.

The event is on Monday and starts at 10 in the morning.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

There’s been a stabbing in Isleworth

Roads have been closed whilst police deal with a man suffering from stab wounds at Thornbury Park.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

Claims that wild animals are responsible for the so-called Croydon cat killings are facing opposition

Scotland Yard says they were generally killed by cars, then targeted by foxes.

However, animal charity SNARL, who last month handed police a list of nine suspects, says that its evidence suggests human involvement.

And Samantha Brown from South London, who’s cat fell victim, says her vet ruled out the possibility of predatory animals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:04 pm  

Kingston and Sutton Councils have announced they will be providing more ways for residents to give them feedback

They say they will improve their website, and keep call waiting times under five minutes.

Councillor Jon Tolley says “we know the system at the moment is not where it should be”.

They say they will review their progress in six months time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:05 pm  

Surrey Police’s new campaign to tackle child grooming online has been gaining support

The film “Breck’s Last Game” tells the story of a 14 year old from Surrey who was killed by a man he met when playing games online.

It’s being shown to teenagers across the county, along with three suggested follow-up lessons.

This teacher at Rosebury School in Epsom, Carolyn Saul, says there’s been a really positive response to it.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:20 pm  

An 83 year old man was left with a serious head injury after a collision in Ashford earlier this morning

Officers were called to Feltham Road at around 9.30.

The driver of the car, believed to be a silver hatchback failed to stop.

If you have any information, contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

Police say they've ruled out the existence of the so-called Croydon cat killer - instead blaming wild animals

Hundreds of cases have been reported - both in south London and across the country.

But after working with animal charities, Scotland Yard says it's concluded they were generally killed by cars and then targeted by foxes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Wilfried Zaha says part of the reason he left Manchester United was because he wasn’t given a car – despite earning a reported £100k a week

The forward – who now plays for Crystal Palace - told entertainment website Shortlist that the house United gave him was “nowhere near anyone else”.

As a result, he claims he felt isolated.

He says he became “down and depressed” during his time there, which contributed to his poor performance and his return to the Eagles.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

Landlords in Reigate and Banstead are being reminded by the Council to check if they need to apply for a licence- as changes are coming to housing laws.

Landlords in Reigate and Banstead are being reminded by the Council to check if they need to apply for a licence- as changes are coming to housing laws.

From next month, all houses in multiple occupation need to have a licence regardless of the number of storeys in the building.

Previously, licences were only needed for HMOs of three storeys or more.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

“Organic” yoghurt on supermarket shelves is misleading people who want to slim down.

“Organic” yoghurt on supermarket shelves is misleading people who want to slim down.

According to new research by Surrey and Leeds Universities it contains more sugar than normal yoghurt, an average of13 grams per 100 grams.

Their findings revealed that only natural, plain and Greek style yoghurts had lower sugar content, an average of 5g per 100g.

Our recommended daily sugar allowance is 90g a day- no more than 22 small teaspoons.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

Wandsworth Council is expected to approve of some environmental improvements around Battersea High Street.

Wandsworth Council is expected to approve of some environmental improvements around Battersea High Street.

Last night Councillors met to discuss a £900,000 grant to improve the high street and smarten up the area.

This comes after an overwhelming response from local people to a public consultation earlier this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

11 piglets that were just 2 weeks old have been stolen from a farm in the capital, according to the Times.

11 piglets that were just 2 weeks old have been stolen from a farm in the capital, according to the Times.

The rare pigs were stolen on Friday night and the thieves were not spotted on the Surrey Docks Farm CCTV.

The farm have expressed their concern for the baby pigs as they rely on their mother’s milk and think they won’t survive on their own.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

15 months has passed since the Grenfell Tower disaster but survivors are still dealing with the aftermath.

15 months has passed since the Grenfell Tower disaster but survivors are still dealing with the aftermath.

Last week Kensington Aldridge Academy, the school underneath the Tower has reopened after spending a year being located elsewhere.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

A couple forced their daughter to get a “virginity check” and threatened her boyfriend after finding out about their relationship

A couple forced their daughter to get a “virginity check” and threatened her boyfriend after finding out about their relationship.

The Mother confronted her daughter’s boyfriend at a sports direct store near Clapham Junction.

Kingston Crown Court heard how she had allegedly bitten her 18 year old daughter Sophia and confiscated her passport meanwhile her Father is accused of threatening his daughter with a kitchen knife, according to the Times.

The trial is continuing…
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

Barnes High Street has been shortlisted for a national award.

It will join 11 other contenders in the ‘Rising Star’ Category of the British High Street awards.

The winner will get 5 thousand pounds towards a community project.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:53 am  

Croydon's care leavers could be getting personal advisors

Young care-leavers in Croydon may be offered a personal advisor to support them, according to proposals outlined today.

The council have outlined a plan that aims to support young people in care transition into adulthood.

It will go before the council for approval on Monday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Council buildings in Croydon are going to be open to the public for Open House Weekend

Croydon council is preparing to open its doors to the public for Open House Weekend as part of the architecture and design festival.

On Saturday the Council offices in Bernard Weatherill House and the Town Hall will be open to people to come and look around.

People will be able to look at the £30 million refurbishment works taking place in Fairfield Halls before it opens next year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

This is how you can nominate someone for Richmond's Community Heroes' Award

People in Richmond are being encouraged to nominate their local heroes in this year’s Community Awards.

It’s a chance for the Council to highlight and celebrate the commitment of groups and people living and working in Richmond.

Winners will be recognised for everything from sporting achievements to care work.

The deadline for nominations is 9am on Monday 15 October 2018, click here to go to the nominations page.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:55 pm  

Horse stabbed during break-in at Epsom’s Riding for the Disabled dies

A horse that was attacked during a burglary at Epsom’s Riding for the Disabled has died.

Sam was one of three horses left injured following the break-in last month.

It’s thought the horses were stabbed with an electric fence post.

The charity says the two other horses injured in the attack, Marigold and Buffy, are still recovering from their injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 pm  

Abandoned car in Shepperton found with chemicals in the boot



Police in Shepperton are looking for the owner of black Mercedes ML270, like the one in the photo, after it was found with chemicals in the boot.

Officers seized the uninsured car which had been parked outside the shops on Hetherington Road for a long time.

The car's registration is EO05 KKU.

Anyone with information should call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 pm  

Three children rushed to hospital by air ambulance following crash outside Woking school

Three schoolchildren are in hospital after a collision with a car in Woking this afternoon.

The air ambulance was called just after four to Hoe Valley School in Egley Road.

The road outside the school was closed for almost two hours as police investigated the collision.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:18 pm  

Richmond Station was temporarily closed this afternoon as police investigated a suspicious item

The British Transport Police were called around 3pm, and the station was put on a security alert.

However, the station was re-opened at around quarter past four when the item was found not to be suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:19 pm  

Police are appealing for help in finding a vulnerable woman from Tadworth who hasn’t been seen since Sunday



51 year old Victoria Canham has previously gone missing twice before this month.

Her family and friends are concerned for her welfare and officers are carrying out a number of enquiries to try and find her.

Victoria is white, 5ft11, slim, with long brown hair and wearing a puffed jacket, a short blue patterned dress.

She has a love of horses and may have visited stables in the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A planning application has been submitted to Mole Valley to turn a part of Norbury Park into a campsite

Surrey Wildlife Trust wants to introduce 30 grass camping pitches, 6 glamping fields and a car park.

The Trust promises the new design will conserve the rural landscape.

However some residents have criticised the move, saying it will impact negatively on the natural beauty of the site.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

UK house price growth is at its weakest in five years.

It's because of a drop in the value of properties in London, where prices have fallen by nought-point-7 percent in the last year.

Across the country, they rose by just over 3 percent in the year to July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

Surrey Police have launched a new programme to tackle online grooming



In 2014, 14 year old Breck Bednar met 18 year old Lewis Daynes through an online gaming platform.

Over their 13 months of online correspondence, Daynes told Breck lies about his friends and family, eventually luring him to his flat. It was there that Breck was killed by Daynes.

A short film of Breck’s story is now being used by Surrey police and 3 other police forces across the country to teach schoolchildren the dangers of online grooming.

Deputy Chief Constable Gavin Stephens thinks the film, Breck’s Last Game, is vital for teaching pupils how to be safe online.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:31 pm  

Sir Vince Cable the Leader of Lib Dems and MP for Twickenham is still fighting against Brexit.

Sir Vince Cable the Leader of Lib Dems and MP for Twickenham is still fighting against Brexit.

He has said “Brexit is not inevitable- it can and must be stopped” that’s according to the BBC.

Despite the Prime Minister saying there will not be another referendum, Sir Vince is still pushing for an end to Brexit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:27 am  

Heathrow and hospitality group Arora have admitted their hotel airport car parking charges broke competition law.

Heathrow and hospitality group Arora have admitted their hotel airport car parking charges broke competition law.

That’s according to the Telegraph, the Competition Markets authority gave Heathrow a £1.6bn fine.

Arora escaped a penalty after being granted immunity by the CMA for bringing the matter to its attention.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

The descendant of 2 slaves who fled American to seek refuge in Ockham has unveiled a sign in the village.

The descendant of 2 slaves who fled American to seek refuge in Ockham has unveiled a sign in the village.

The sign will commemorate their escape to safety when they fled Georgia in 1848.

The Great-Great Grandson 70 year old Christopher Clark unveiled the sign last week,
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:42 am  

Incidents of drinks spiking have doubled across the UK in the last 3 years.

Incidents of drinks spiking have doubled across the UK in the last 3 years.

That’s according to figures from Britain’s police force.

In Surrey last year there were 14 recorded incidents compared to just 8 in 2015.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 am  

According to the Times a former soldier has taken his own life on a clay pigeon shoot in Surrey.

According to the Times a former soldier has taken his own life on a clay pigeon shoot in Surrey.

The soldier had previously been supported by the charity Help for Heroes but shot himself in the head on the Clandon Park Estate.

The 8th Earl of Onslow who owns the Estate says his heart goes out to the soldiers relatives.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 am  

As part of Operation Sceptre -a national campaign against knife crime, Surrey Police are reminding people to surrender their weapons

As part of Operation Sceptre -a national campaign against knife crime, Surrey Police are reminding people to surrender their weapons

The knife bins will be located inside Woking, Staines, Reigate and Guildford police stations and will be there until Monday.

The stations will be open between 8am and 10pm daily.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:35 am  

A team of British scientists - on a mission to clean up space - have caught their first piece of debris.

A team of British scientists - on a mission to clean up space - have caught their first piece of debris.

It's a major breakthrough for the group which has spent years planning how to protect satellites.

The director of Surrey Space Centre, Guglielmo Aglietti says there's no room for error.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 am  

Insurer takes over British Airways pensioners
It’s been announced that insurer Legal & General has taken on responsibility for 22-thousand British Airways pensioners.

The 4.4-billion pound arrangement will cover about 60% of the Heathrow based airline’s pension scheme payouts to ex-workers.

It’s the biggest bulk annuity deal to date.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 am  

Brentford hold on to second in Championship

Brentford remain second in the Championship this morning despite their 1-all draw at Ipswich.

Leeds won 3-nil against Preston to go three points clear at the top of the table.

West Brom replace Bristol City in third after beating them 4-2.

Stoke got the better of Swansea 1-nil – in a game which was a Premier League fixture last season.

There were also wins for Aston Villa and Wigan.

There’s a London derby in the division later when Queens Park Rangers entertain Millwall at Loftus Road.

In the National League Sutton suffered a 4-nil loss to Boreham Wood at Gander Green Lane.

Meanwhile in Checkatrade Trophy action Wimbledon lost 1-nil to Swansea’s Under-21’s at Kingsmeadow.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 am  

Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Young people are going to get Croydon's top jobs

Croydon is getting ready for this year’s Takeover Challenge that takes place in a couple of months’ time.

It’s when young people will take over the town’s top jobs for one day.

Businesses and local organisations will open their doors, offering the chance to step in the boss’s shoes.

Last year, more than 60 people took part, with all participants recommending it to other young people.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 pm  

A London gallery is taking photos of every year 3 class in the capital

Tate Britain is going to photograph every Year 3 pupil in London.

It’s part of a landmark project by film director Steve McQueen to embody the diversity of the capital.

McQueen - who’s from Hanwell and studied art at the Chelsea College of Arts - said the project was "all about reflecting back".

Photos of the 115,000 pupils will be taken by 30 of the gallery’s photographers over the next nine months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Man pleads guilty to driving stolen Audi at cyclists in Clapham

A man has admitted driving a stolen car into the path of cyclists in Clapham.

25-year-old Shane Seymour pleaded guilty this morning to a number of offences including dangerous driving and stealing the car.

He repeatedly drove at the bikes during rush hour on Clapham Road in August after having an argument with a cyclist.

Footage of the incident on social media also shows Seymour reversing the stolen Audi away from police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

A man has gone missing from a mental health facility in Croydon



52 year old Mark Ricketts has been missing since 4am yesterday from Southleigh Community Hospital.

Police are warning he shouldn’t be approached by a member of the public.

If you have any information, contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:05 pm  

A new telescope has been installed on Richmond Hill, replacing the one that was stolen three years ago

It will bear the same memorial plaque to Air Commodore Spaight, and the Thames Landscape Strategy.

The Mayor of Richmond, Ben Khosa, officially unveiled it by cutting a garland of ivy, which had been picked from the hill.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 pm  

A drug dealer who was stopped in Ashtead has been jailed

Maiya Kati and his girlfriend, Jeneba Brewah were arrested in a car while en route to deliver drugs in July.

During a strip search 194 wraps of crack cocaine and heroin were recovered from Kati’s underwear.

Kati pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 30 months in prison, while Brewah received a 12 month suspended sentence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:04 pm  

A man has been jailed for raping a woman at his home in Hammersmith

In 2015, the 19 year old victim allowed Javad Mahdavi-Ashford to take naked photos of her due to financial difficulties.

However, over the next few months, he repeatedly harassed the victim and threatened to release the pictures, before luring her to his house in March 2016.

He has been sentenced to nine years in jail.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 pm  

A coroner has said the Government can refrain from releasing details over the mysterious death of a man in Surrey.

A coroner has said the Government can refrain from releasing details over the mysterious death of a man in Surrey.

44 year old Alexander Perepilichnyy collapsed in November 2012 when he was jogging out in Surrey.

After an investigation by Surrey police it was revealed he died of natural causes but critics of the police want a full enquiry to see if he was poisioned.

The coroner upheld an application by Sajid Javid, who is refusing to publicly release documents from MI5 and MI6 relating to his death.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:46 am  

A family run funeral directors in Berrylands was broken into and ransacked for just £3.

A family run funeral directors in Berrylands was broken into and ransacked for just £3.

Lambert Funerals was subject to a robbery which left the owner with £14,000 worth of damage.

Jeans café next door also had £700 stolen from a safe which was later discovered on Richmond Common.

Earlier we spoke to the director of Lambert Funerals Martin Lambert about the police response time.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:18 am  

Sajjid Javid has ignored more than 150 letters from MPs over calls for a national ban on protests outside abortion clinics.

Sajjid Javid has ignored more than 150 letters from MPs over calls for a national ban on protests outside abortion clinics.

It comes after a number of councils reported harassment to staff and women who enter the clinics.

Ealing Council managed to implement a 100 metre ban on protestors and the Leader of the Council says how this has worked for both sides.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:40 am  

MP for Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake has personally attacked Boris Johnson.

MP for Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake has personally attacked Boris Johnson.

The Lib Dem criticised the Former Foreign Secretary saying his was “all mouth no trousers” after his string of affairs was revealed.

The personal attack came as Mr Brake pleaded for Brexit to be stopped and claimed the UK would save £3billion if they remained in the EU.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:39 am  

The Lib Dem Leader and MP for Twickenham is set to criticise Brexit “fundamentalists” of creating worry and insecurity.

The Lib Dem Leader and MP for Twickenham is set to criticise Brexit “fundamentalists” of creating worry and insecurity.

That’s according to the Independent, Sir Vince is also expected to openly sympathise with the Prime Minister.

He will say that he and others are starting to "feel sorry" for Theresa May's predicament with the pressure she is facing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

The Home secretary has rejected a cross-party demand to introduce exclusion zones around abortion clinics in England and Wales.

The Home secretary has rejected a cross-party demand to introduce exclusion zones around abortion clinics in England and Wales.

He says it will not be a “proportionate response”- in spite of the harassment and violence that takes place outside some clinics.

Ealing Council however, was the first to introduce an exclusion zone around its clinic in West London.

Earlier I spoke to Leader of Ealing Council Julian Bell.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Dozens of companies have been invited to put forward ideas on how to deliver the expansion of Heathrow.

Dozens of companies have been invited to put forward ideas on how to deliver the expansion of Heathrow.

More than 150 lodged submissions to the airport about areas including retail and sustainability.

37 of them have progressed to the next round and have now got eight weeks to make their cases.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

The Duchess of Sussex joins project for cookbook with Grenfell Tower fire survivors

The Duchess of Sussex is working on her first solo project as a member of the royal family – she’s supporting the publication of a community cookbook.

The book called ‘Together’, was an idea of the women who lost their homes in last year’s Grenfell Tower fire in North Kensington.

They used the kitchen at the nearby Al-Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre which Megan visited earlier this year.

The Duchess said she ‘immediately felt connected to the group; it’s a place for women to laugh, grieve, cry and cook together.’

The book includes more than 50 recipes from around the world.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Park in Barnes given funding to build new playground

A new natural playground is to be built in Barnes with help from the Council’s Community Fund.

The Friends of Suffolk Road Recreation Ground have been given £15,000 to create a new dog free area in the space, with more seating.

The green space will also have a new playground with swings, climbing frames, a slide, trampoline and sandpit.

This park in Barnes is one of eight organisations to be awarded funding in the latest round of the Community Fund.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Missing man from Croydon found safe and well

An 84-year old from Croydon who has been missing since yesterday afternoon has been found safe and well.

The police thank the media and public for their support in finding him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:21 am  

Missing 84-year old from Croydon


An elderly man is missing from Croydon after wandering off when on a day out with his family.

84-year old George Ross has been missing since around 3pm yesterday when seen in the Whitgift Centre food court.

Concerns are growing as George has dementia and could be distressed.

There’s a picture of him on our Radio Jackie news twitter feed – if you can help contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 am  

Lib Dem candidate from New Malden to run for London Mayor

An independent candidate from Merton who ran in the 2012 London Mayoral election is planning to run again, but this time as a Lib Dem.

Siobhan Benita gained over 83,000 first-preference votes in 2012 - only 8,000 behind Lib Dem Brian Paddick.

The former civil servant, who now lives in New Malden, said she joined the Liberal Democrats the morning after the EU referendum.

Nominations for the Lib Dem candidate close at the end of the month, and their candidate is due to be picked by the end of November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:31 am  

Two men stopped whilst driving in Roehampton have been jailed over drugs offences

Two men that were stopped whilst driving in Roehampton have been jailed for a total of 7 years for drugs offences.

In December last year, police searched the vehicle the men were driving and found Class A and B drugs.

Daniel Harding from Roehampton, and Bernard Fasehun from West Dulwich - who are both 23 - were arrested at the scene.

They were sentenced at Kingston Crown Court earlier this month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

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A man has been jailed for stealing a charity bucket in Hounslow

A man from Hounslow has been given 26 weeks in prison for stealing a charity bucket.

33 year old Thomas Colley stole the bucket from The Lord Clyde on Inwood Road on Saturday 2nd September.

The bucket was collecting money for ‘Just Jade’, an appeal to raise money for specialist tumour treatment for PC Jade Goffin.

As well as the jail term, Colley was ordered to pay £200 compensation to the charity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A former independent candidate in the 2012 London Mayor election from Merton could be running again as a Lib Dem

An independent candidate from Merton who ran in the 2012 London Mayoral election is planning to run again, but this time as a Lib Dem.

Siobhan Benita gained over 83,000 first-preference votes in 2012 - only 8,000 behind Lib Dem Brian Paddick.

The former civil servant, who now lives in New Malden, said she joined the Liberal Democrats the morning after the EU referendum.

Nominations for the Lib Dem candidate close at the end of the month, and their candidate is due to be picked by the end of November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 pm  

A Hampton school for pupils with special needs and disabilities has moved to a brand new building

A special needs school has moved to new fit for purpose buildings in Hampton and Twickenham.

Clarendon School for children with special needs and disabilities used to occupy an old building on Hanworth Road in Hampton.

The primary school pupils have been moved to a new site on Buckingham Road in Hampton.

Meanwhile the secondary aged pupils have moved to a purpose built school on the Richmond Education and Enterprise Campus in Twickenham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:28 pm  

Fire broke out at Ockham Common this afternoon just after midday.

Roads were closed around Wisley as a number of specialist vehicles were dispatched to deal with it.

There are no reports of any injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:10 pm  

Police have withdrawn a cordon around Esher Common, after a search for World War One shells

Two mortars were found by a member of the public yesterday morning, with a third being searched for this morning.

However, police urge people to remain vigilant and report any suspicious devices.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:09 pm  

Chelsea and Fulham MP Greg Hands has thrown his support behind Shaun Bailey in the Mayoral elections

Fulham native Mr Bailey stood for Hammersmith as a Conservative in 2010, losing to current MP Andy Slaughter.

Mr Hands cited Bailey’s 20 years as a youth worker as one of his reasons, saying he could tackle the rise in gang violence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 pm  

Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has been given a 1-million pound grant to continue remotely monitoring the health of people with dementia living at home

The study also involves the University of Surrey and the Alzheimer’s Society and alerts clinicians when participants need support.

The funding will allow for another two-hundred people to be monitored.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:05 pm  

Two British satellites have been successfully launched on an Indian rocket to demonstrate the latest technology for monitoring both land and sea

They will be able to take pictures of the Earth's surface in every kind of weather, discerning objects on the ground as small as 87cm.

It’s hoped they’ll help track illegal shipping activity.

Luis Gomes is the Chief Technology Officer of Surrey Satellite Technology, who manufactured them.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 pm  

Chertsey Scouts have been given permission to destroy trees in the way of its new headquarters

Residents have criticised the move on the grounds that the trees were the only barrier between their homes and the noise from the M3.

But the group say their new headquarters in Staines Lane will still provide some sound screening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

Heathrow is poorly connected to the rest of the UK and needs to provide more domestic flights if a third runway is built.

Heathrow is poorly connected to the rest of the UK and needs to provide more domestic flights if a third runway is built.

That is according to chief executive of the British regional airline Flybe.

The government says it wants the expansion to benefit everyone in the UK.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 am  

Reigate and Banstead Council have been busy dealing with a number of cows on the loose this morning.

Reigate and Banstead Council have been busy dealing with a number of cows on the loose this morning.

Cows were reportedly “Moving rapidly” around Redhill Memorial Park – it is currently closed while the council deals with the unexpected visitors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake has backed the mayor of London’s call for a final say on the Brexit deal.

Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake has backed the mayor of London’s call for a final say on the Brexit deal.

Sadiq Khan who was in favour of staying in the EU wants a second referendum on whatever the government agrees with Brussels.

Mr Brake explained why he thought this was a good idea – speaking at the end of the Lib Dem party conference in Brighton:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Heathrow’s Chief Executive has said it will be a “disaster” if rivals take control of the Third Runway build, that’s according to the Telegraph.

Heathrow’s Chief Executive has said it will be a “disaster” if rivals take control of the Third Runway build, that’s according to the Telegraph.

The comments come after it emerged last week that the largest landowner in and around the airport is planning to make a rival application to the current one.

Mr Arora says his plans will cost more than half of the £31 billion budget tabled by HAL.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:03 am  

The Lib Dems are in a conference in Brighton today and here’s Sir Vince Cable talking about his party’s support.

The Lib Dems are in a conference in Brighton today and here’s Sir Vince Cable talking about his party’s support.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:47 am  

Victoria Beckham’s fashion label is steeped in debt after its 10 year birthday.

Victoria Beckham’s fashion label is steeped in debt after its 10 year birthday.

The former spice girl started the venture in her flat in Chelsea with the bath as her stockroom.

At London Fashion Week it was revealed by her label that over the 8 year period she lost nearly £12m - equivalent of £4,00 a day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 am  

A pilot was forced to make an emergency landing but couldn’t see because the lenses on his oxygen mask were broken.

A pilot was forced to make an emergency landing but couldn’t see because the lenses on his oxygen mask were broken.

The cabin pressure rapidly dropped inside the Heathrow flight to Atlanta according to the Sunday Express.

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch said as well as the pilot’s fawlty mask, 2 of the passengers masks failed to deploy.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Cash transit workers were threatened with a sledgehammer during a robbery at a Sainsbury's in Shepperton .

Cash transit workers were threatened with a sledgehammer during a robbery at a Sainsbury's in Shepperton.

The incident happened just after 7.15am on Saturday morning when three men with their faces covered entered the shop and robbed two cash transit workers of three cash boxes.

They threatened the workers using a sledgehammer and a glass bottle.

Neither of the transit workers or members of the public were injured, enquiries are continuing…
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Surrey NHS Trust gets dementia grant

Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has been given a 1-million pound grant to continue remotely monitoring the health of people with dementia living at home.

The study also involves the University of Surrey and the Alzheimer’s Society and alerts clinicians when participants need support.

The funding will allow for another two-hundred people to be monitored.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:53 am  

Chelsea Women make smooth FA Cup progress

In women’s FA Continental Tyre Cup action Chelsea advanced to the next round with a comfortable 4-nil win at Crystal Palace Ladies.

Arsenal Women recorded the biggest win of the day hammering Lewes 9-nil.

There were also wins for West Ham, Tottenham, Brighton and Manchester City Women.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 am  

Surrey built satellite to track illegal shipping activity

The UK has launched a radar satellite to track illegal shipping activity.

NovaSAR, the first all-British radar satellite, was launched into orbit on an Indian rocket yesterday evening.

The spacecraft, manufactured by Surrey Satellite Technology Limited in Guildford, will perform a number of roles.

But its engineers specifically want to see if it can help monitor suspicious shipping activity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 am  

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