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Saturday, 23 May 2009

Father and daughter prepare for Peru trek


David Mitchell and his daughter Cara, who runs a boutique in Cobham, are leaving for Peru on Thursday.

They'll do the Machu Picchu trail to raise money for the Chase Children's Hospice in Guildford
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:44 pm  

Friday, 22 May 2009

Surrey cemetery boss acquitted
A cemetery boss from Weybridge has been cleared by an Old Bailey Jury of hiring a hit man to kill his late millionaire father's lover, to stop her claiming on his estate.

44 year old Erkin Guney was found not guilty of soliciting an undercover police officer to murder Diane Holliday in 2008.

Surrey Police had staged an accident near her home in Woking in July last year to convince Guney she had been killed.

Guney told jurors he’d been the victim of a trap by officers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:51 pm  

Surrey Officers suspended over misconduct
Two of Surrey’s top officers have been suspended for alleged dishonest conduct.

One of the officers is Chief Superintendent Adrian Harper, who used to work in the Met's anti-corruption unit.

He was divisional commander for the East Surrey Unit and worked out of Epsom.
It's believed he granted colleagues exemptions from speeding fines.

The other has been named as Superintendent Johnny Johncox who worked out of West Surrey. His suspension also relates to speeding penalties.

The investigation's ongoing and is being handled by the IPCC.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

Police target Croydon ghettoes
Ghettoes in Croydon are being targeted by specialist police teams in a bid to stop people re-offending.

Police have identified areas of South London where the numbers of convicted criminals are highest.

Prisoners who have recently been released will sign pledges with officers in return for help finding employment, housing and education.

The scheme, called Diamond Districts, is modelled on New York’s Million Dollar Blocks Project.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Jail terms for gang of robbers
Nine people have been sentenced at Kingston Crown Court today for their part in a number of cash in transit robberies.

The group – which stole over seven hundred thousand pounds worth of cash - included a 16 year old boy.

Today’s convictions are the culmination of an 11 month operation by the Met’s Flying Squad Team in Barnes.

They sprung into action after identifying a series of links between cash in transit robberies across South London.

ATM machines were targeted when they were being refilled.
The sentences handed out ranged between two and seven years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

Jackie listeners call on RSPCA for action following upsetting documentary
My weapon is a dog was broadcast last night on BBC 3.

Film makers followed DJ Rickie Haywood Williams as he explored the hip hop culture that has led to the growth in the use of aggressive dogs by gangs on London’s streets.

One man from Wandsworth commented how he feels more powerful having a pit bull terrier by his side instead of a knife.

The documentary also explored the growing trend for breeding dangerous dogs purely for fighting.

In one case a young pit bull terrier had her ear bitten off in a ferocious attack.

Jackie News received a number of calls this morning from people upset by the programme’s subject.

We asked the RSPCA if they had any plans to prosecute any of the people interviewed in the episode.

A spokesman told us they were investigating but they weren’t sure if they would be able to track down any of those involved.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:34 pm  

Kingston art exhibition calls for people to express their personalities

Have you ever wondered what your life would look like if you had to cram it into a box?

A new art exhibition by Kingston Council is asking exactly that.

The My Life in a Box event is running throughout Kingston between June the 4th and 7th.

All people have to do is pick up a box from the Jackie Studios, and transform it through drawings, collages, words or objects.

The finished item should represent the artist. All entries will be displayed to the public at one of Kingston’s top locations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:33 pm  

Parents consulted on school places in Kingston
Kingston council are planning on expanding up to 15 primary schools in the borough.

A questionnaire's been given to parents asking them which schools they want to be expanded.

In Surbiton alone it's trying to make room for an extra 150 pupils and another 120 in Kingston town.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 am  

Top stories at 8am
British Airways has announced record pre-tax annual losses of 401 million pounds.

The company says it had to pay a 3 billion pound fuel bill following last year's oil price bubble.

BA has axed more than 2,500 jobs since last summer to cut costs.

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Private investigators are following a new lead in their search for Madeleine McCann.

The detectives - hired by the McCann family - want to speak to convicted British paedophile Raymond Hewlett.

He reportedly lived in Portugal when Madeleine went missing in 2007.

He's said to deny any involvement.

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Day 15 of the expenses scandal - and more revelations.

The Daily Telegraph reports that some MPs' children are staying in properties claimed for as second homes.

Among them Labour's Ian Gibson who says he'll step down at the next election if his constituents demand it.

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The Meredith Kercher murder trial resumes in Italy later.

The Coulsdon student was found dead in her flat in Perugia in 2007.

Her American flatmate Amanda Knox and boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito deny killing her.

More forensic evidence is expected to be heard.

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There's bad news if you're planning to head to the beach this Bank Holiday weekend.

Fewer than half are being recommended for swimming.

The number being rated excellent in the latest Good Beach Guide has fallen by 16 percent compared with last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:23 am  

Thursday, 21 May 2009

Arrests in fraud inquiry
Two men have been arrested by detectives investigating a suspected fund management fraud worth more than 50 million pounds.

City of London Police detained the men during three dawn raids at addresses in London and Surrey.

The investigation's linked to three UK-based financial consultancies whose operations were frozen by the Financial Services Authority last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 pm  

Government U-turn on Gurkhas
Joanna Lumley says it's a day of celebration after the government climbed down over Gurkha settlement rights.

The Home Secretary's confirmed all veterans with at least four years service will be allowed to stay in the UK.

Originally, only those who'd retired since 1997 were given residency.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 pm  

Senior police officer charged
One of the country's most senior police officers has been charged with two criminal offences.

They're the result of an incident involving Metropolitan Police Commander Ali Dizaei at a south west London restaurant last July.

Verity Geere reports.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 pm  

News roundup at 4pm
Gurkhas say a great injustice has been righted.

The government's confirmed a U-turn - announcing that ALL members of the regiment will be allowed to apply to settle in the UK.

Gordon Brown had previously ruled out an open door policy on cost grounds but Gurkhas champion, Joanna Lumley, says he's made a brave decision.

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Baby P's mother has apologised for failing her son - who died from horrific abuse.

She's written to the judge at her sentencing hearing, saying she prays her family and Peter's natural father can one day forgive her.

The woman, her boyfriend and their lodger will learn their fate tomorrow.

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A dire prediction for the UK economy has led to a sharp fall for the pound.

Ratings agency Standard and Poor believes our government debt will be hard to reign in.

Figures show borrowing hit eight-point-five billion pounds in April - FOUR times higher for the same period last year.

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And in cricket, heavy rain has delayed the start of the first one day international between England and West Indies at Headingley.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:12 pm  

Roseberg quickest in second practice at Monaco
In Formula One - Nico Rosberg's Williams is the quickest after the second practice session at the Monaco Grand Prix.

World champion Lewis Hamilton was second in his McLaren.

After a poor first session Jenson Button is now up to fourth spot, one place ahead of his Brawn GP team-mate Rubens Barrichello.

Ferrari's Felipe Massa is fifth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:02 pm  

Kingston Schools Expansion
Kingston council are planning on expanding up to 15 primary schools in the borough.

A questionnaire's been given to parents asking them which schools they want to be expanded.

In Surbiton alone it's trying to make room for an extra 150 pupils and another 120 in Kingston town.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:45 pm  

The Shene School
Richmond MP Susan Kramer has welcomed the decision to reopen the search for a new sponsor for Shene School.

She says that after a long period of uncertainty about the school's future it is important that the community are involved in the next steps.

The Lib Dem is meeting Schools Minister Jim Knight to ask him to safeguard the improvement funding for the school.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:44 pm  

New test for HIV in London
A mouth swab HIV test that can deliver a result in 20 minutes has been made available on the NHS for the first time.

Doctors at a London hospital expect to carry out around 250 tests per month.

Barts and the London NHS Trust is the first in the UK to introduce the saliva test, after a trial showed it was as effective as blood results.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:31 pm  

Boris Johnson cleared
The Mayor of London's been cleared of bringing his office into disrepute for swearing during a heated meeting with MPs.

A member of the public made a complaint after Boris Johnson appeared before the Transport Select Committee last month.

The meeting, called to discuss why transport in the city ground to a halt in heavy snow in February, was also broadcast on TV.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:27 pm  

Barbarian's captain
Martin Corry has accepted the captaincy for the Barbarians two match tour as he will be retiring afterwards.

They will be playing England on May 30th and then flying to Sydney for a match against Australia.

At Twickenham Corry will be leading out the team with his two kids as mascots as it is his last game in England.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

Chris Grayling on the Government climbdown over Gurkhas rights
The Home Secretary's confirmed a government u-turn over the rights of Gurkhas to settle in the UK.

Originally only those who'd retired since 1997 were allowed permanent residency.

But now ALL veterans who've served at least 4 years with the armed forces are being allowed to stay.

The Shadow Home Secretary Chris Grayling and Epsom Mp gave his thoughts on the government climbdown.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:07 pm  

News roundup at 12
The Home Secretary's confirmed a government u-turn over the rights of Gurkhas to settle in the UK.

Originally only those who'd retired since 1997 were allowed permanent residency.

But now ALL veterans who've served at least 4 years with the armed forces are being allowed to stay.

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Government borrowing hit eight-and-a-half billion pounds last month.

That's well up on the 1-point-8 billion last year.

But there has been some positive economic news this lunchtime.

Retail sales went up slightly in April, compared to March.

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Five security staff have been taken to hospital after a chemical incident near a shopping centre.

Two of the workers were sick after falling ill in the early hours near the Bullring in Birmingham.

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The number of children born in England and Wales last year is the highest since 1972.

There were almost 709-thousand live births in 2008.


The figure's nearly up to what it was in 1973 when women were having an average of 2 children each.

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And in cricket, rain has delayed the start of the first one day international between England and West Indies at Headingley.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:22 pm  

PGA Championship underway in Surrey
The European Tour's showpiece event - the PGA Championship at Wentworth – is underway.

There are no less than 8 Major winners taking part in a high-class field.

Paul Casey heads up the English challenge, while rising Northern Irish star Rory McIlroy is among the early starters.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Barrichello quickest in Monaco
Rubens Barrichello's gone quickest in first practice for Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.

The Brawn GP driver's come in ahead of Ferrari's Felipe Massa, who was second, while Lewis Hamilton came in third for the Woking based McLaren team.

Barrichello's Brawn teammate Jenson Button - the Brit who leads the drivers' championship - was off the pace in eighth
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:16 pm  

Senior police officer to face charges
One of Britain's most senior Asian police officers is himself facing criminal charges.

Metropolitan Police Commander Ali Dizaei arrested a man after a row at a south west London restaurant last July.

Mr Dizaei alleged assault, among other things, but last August, it was decided not to charge the man concerned.

Correspondent, Mark White, reports:
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 pm  

Police investigate attack in Esher
Police are investigating a serious assault in Esher.

A 56 year old man was attacked and robbed in an alleyway off station approach on Sunday.

He was attacked by two teenage suspects and suffered a fractured shoulder in the attack.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:12 pm  

Couple left shaken after burglary in Burgh Heath
An 88-year-old man and his partially blind, disabled wife have lost thousands in valuables – after their home in Burgh Heath was raided.

The pair were seeing off a friend – and had left their front door ajar when thieves struck.

They returned to catch an intruder leaving the house – followed shortly by two brothers.

The incident left the couple extremely shaken.

The men are white, in their 20s and made off in a small hatchback waiting outside.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:36 am  

Pilot at Heathrow fails breathalyser
An airline pilot's had to be replaced for a flight out of London Heathrow after failing a breathalyser test.

Airport security staff told police they were concerned when the saw the pilot was about to board an American Airlines plane to Chicago yesterday.

204 passengers were on board.

The pilot's been arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:39 am  

UPDATE: Fire in Leatherhead



Fire crews have dampened a blaze at a community building in Leatherhead.

But the building has suffered extensive damage.

The fire broke out at the Bridge Youth Centre early this morning.

It's unclear what sparked the blaze.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:33 am  

Fire in Leatherhead
We've had reports of a fire in Leatherhead.

Witnesses say the youth club on Kingston Road is ablaze.

Fire crews are currently at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:08 am  

Top stories at 8am
An FBI sting operation has led to the arrest of four men in New York for allegedly plotting terror attacks.

They're accused of targeting a Jewish synagogue and military aircraft.

The group will appear in court later.

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Joanna Lumley's likely to be celebrating success in her Gurkha campaign later.

The actress has called for ALL veterans to be allowed to settle in the UK.

A government u-turn's expected today after ministers had originally only allowed Gurkhas who'd retired since 1997 the exclusive right to stay.

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A third Tory MP's announced plans to step down following more revelations about expenses.


Sir Peter Viggers will resign at the next election - The Daily Telegraph reports he claimed 30 thousand pounds on gardening.

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The greetings card chain Birthdays has been placed into administration.

The move's been announced by its parent company Clinton Cards.

The firm has branches in Walton, Kingston, Sutton and Streatham.

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And on his third attempt, Sir Ranulph Fiennes has finally reached the summit of Mount Everest.

At the age of 65, the veteran explorer becomes the oldest British person to conquer the Himalayan giant.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 am  

Police release Croydon murder suspects on bail
Four men arrested in connection with the shooting of a man in Croydon have been bailed while detectives make further inquiries.

A post mortem confirmed the victim, who was killed on Monday evening, died of a single gunshot to the chest.

Police are still appealing for witnesses or anyone with any information to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:56 am  

Hounslow gets a CCTV upgrade
Hounslow Council has approved plans for a new CCTV system.

Costing 1.8 million pounds it will be shared by the police and Council.

Alongside the new cameras a community safety control room will be set up.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:54 am  

Police appeal for help to find missing teenager
Police are appealing for help to find a missing teenager.

18-year-old Stacey Porter went missing from the area around Merton College and may be anywhere along the bus route between Kingston and Wimbledon.

Officers are particularly concerned as she is autistic and has a mental age of 10.

She’s around 5 ft 1, of a medium build and has short blond hair, blue eyes and distinctive gappy teeth.

Stacey was last seen wearing a black bomber jacket and carrying a gold handbag.

Anyone who sees her should dial 999 or call Kingston Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:19 am  

Wednesday, 20 May 2009

M25 contract agreed
A 6-point-2 billion pound private finance deal to maintain and widen our busiest motorway has finally been agreed.

The contract for the work on the M25 has gone to the Connect Plus consortium, which includes engineering giants Atkins and Balfour Beatty.

The cost of the 30-year contract has risen more than a billion pounds from the original price.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:25 pm  

800 jobs could be created in Woking
800 new jobs could be created in Woking as the firm behind Lewis Hamilton's F1 team announces plans for a new British-built sports car.

McLaren wants to set up a facility capable of producing 20 high-performance sports cars a day.

It would be next to its technology centre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:29 pm  

New research reveals 'air pollution' deaths
It's claimed at least 24-thousand people die early each year in the UK because of air pollution.

The Liberal Democrats say research from Europe shows more than 4-thousand 400 die prematurely in London alone.

The party says early deaths as a result of pollutants are estimated to cost up to 20 billion pounds annually.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

Former Surrey cricket star jailed for 13 years
Former England & Surrey cricketer Chris Lewis has been jailed for 13 years for smuggling cocaine into the UK.

A court heard how he was arrested at Gatwick Airport with 140 thousand pounds worth in liquid form in his kit bag.

He was stopped by Customs officers, following what he claimed was an innocent holiday in St Lucia.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:57 pm  

McLaren announce ambitious plans in Woking
Plans for a new British-built sports car have been announced by Surrey-based McLaren.

The firm wants to create a facility capable of producing 20 high-performance sports cars a day, on a site next to its technology centre in Woking.

It says the move would create 800 jobs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:57 pm  

Chad Randall's Harlequins Contract
Harlequins Rugby League are happy to announce that hooker Chad Randall has renewed his contract at the club.

He is one of the clubs most consistent players as he has not missed a game in two and a half seasons after joining in 2006.

He has twice been presented with the club's 'iron man' award for outstanding toughness on the pitch.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:34 pm  

News roundup at 12
A debate will take place this afternoon on the reforms suggested for the MPs' expenses system.

The party leaders agreed moves to ban claims on furniture, cleaners and stamp duty on second homes.

Gordon Brown says he wants to end the "gentleman's club" culture in Westminster.

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The number of alcohol-related admissions to hospital in England has shot up by nearly 70 percent in five years.

The NHS Information Centre says there were just over 863-thousand last year.

A quarter of adults are classed as 'hazardous drinkers'.

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Police have stepped up patrols in south west London after a series of rapes - potentially by the same man.

Four women aged between 16 and 25 have been assaulted in the Hounslow and Richmond area since February.

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UK films generated more than two and a half billion pounds in worldwide box office takings in 2008.

The industry was boosted by the success of films like Quantum of Solace, Mamma Mia! and Slumdog Millionaire.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Less crime on the tube
Transport for London has welcomed the British Transport Police’s announcement that crime on the tube has dropped for the third year in a row.

It’s been estimated that there are now just 13 crimes for every million passenger journeys.

Robberies dropped by 29 per cent this year, while violent crime, vandalism and public order offences also fell.

There’s also a 5 per cent decrease in attacks on London Underground staff.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:59 am  

Teddington pensioner found safe and well
Police searching for a missing pensioner have found her safe and well.

The 75 year old had gone missing from Teddington last night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:58 am  

Four men questioned over Croydon murder
A total of four men are now being questioned by detectives, investigating a West Croydon murder.

27-year-old Wesley Blake was fatally shot on St Saviour’s Road on Monday evening.

A 20-year-old handed himself into police last night.

Since then, a further arrests have been made.

A post-mortem is due later.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

Missing person found in Esher
Police searching for a missing teenage girl – have found her safe and well.

Lauren Arnold went missing after visiting a friend in Claygate on Saturday night.

She was found by officers in Esher, yesterday evening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

Benefit fraud in Elmbridge
Two Elmbridge residents who overclaimed housing and council tax benefits have been caught out.

Joanne Lowe from Thames Ditton and Graham Arnold from Cobham each pocketed more than £12-thousand.

They were both ordered to pay the money back and complete 200 hours of community service.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:57 am  

Police invesigate a series of rapes in South West London
Detectives are stepping up an investigation into four rapes in and around Hounslow.

The first attack took place on Valentines Day along Inwood Road.

The second occurred a week later on Hounslow Road.

A third victim was targeted near Crane Park at the end of April.

The most recent attack happened on May Day bank holiday on Telford Road.

The suspect is in his late twenties, with a dark complection, chubby cheeks and thick eyebrows.

Several of the women described his sweet smelling aftershave.

Anyone with information is urged to contact police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:53 am  

Top stories at 8am
MPs will no longer be able to furnish their homes, pay for cleaners or finance huge mortgages using the expenses system.

Reforms have been agreed by all parties to move away from what Gordon Brown called a "gentleman's club".

Confirmation was made by the Speaker of the House, Michael Martin, hours after he announced his resignation.

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At least 79 people have been killed after a military plane crashed in Indonesia.

The Hercules - carrying soldiers and their families - crashed into homes on Java, according to an air force spokesman.

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It looks like the government's done another u-turn on the Gurkha issue.

The Daily Telegraph claims ministers will announce tomorrow that all Gurkha veterans will be given the same right to settle in Britain.

Earlier this month, Gordon Brown suffered a Commons defeat over limiting the number of soldiers allowed to stay.

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All people aged 55 and over should be taking drugs to lower their blood pressure.

Professor Malcolm Law says it lowers the risk of heart attack, heart failure and stroke, regardless of somebody's current reading.

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Cricket: Australia have made a bold statement ahead of this summer's Ashes series against England.

They've left all-rounder Andrew Symonds out of the squad.

As expected, Middlesex batsman Phil Hughes makes the sixteen-man touring party.

The series starts in Cardiff in seven weeks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Police arrest Croydon murder suspect
Detectives have arrested a man in connection with the murder of a man in Croydon.

The 20-year-old was arrested yesterday evening after handing himself into a south London police station.

A 27-year-old man was shot on St Saviour’s Road on Monday evening and died a short while afterwards in hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:11 am  

Middlesex star named in Australia Ashes squad
Australia have named their squad for this years Ashes series.

Andrew Symonds, Shaun Tait and Brad Hodge are some of the big names not included.

But Brett Lee and Stuart Clark have been deemed fit enough to be picked by the Aussie selectors, as has all-rounder Shane Watson.

As expected Middlesex’s Phil Hughes also makes the sixteen-man squad.

Full Squad: Ricky Ponting (Captain), Michael Clarke, Stuart Clark, Brad Haddin, Nathan Hauritz, Ben Hilfenhaus, Phillip Hughes, Michael Hussey, Mitchell Johnson, Simon Katich, Brett Lee, Grahma Manou, Andrew McDonald, Marcus North, Peter Siddle, Shane Watson
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 am  

Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Drugs discovery in Bookham
Police have seized a large quantity of drugs in Bookham.

The discovery’s been made at a rented 4 property in Lower Road.

Officers took away more than 30 bin liners full of cannabis.

The electrical system in the 4 bedroom detached had blown trying to power all the equipment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 pm  

Dog attack in Sutton
A female charity worker has been viciously attacked by a dog in Sutton.

The 38 year old was visiting a property in Benhill Avenue last Wednesday when she was set upon by what’s believed to be a Pitbull.

Police say the dog had been locked up all day and the attack may have lasted as long as 15 minutes.

The woman was rushed to hospital to undergo operations – she’s expected to have more this week.

A passer by had to distract the dog whilst the woman was rescued.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:20 pm  

Hampton and Richmond score with the Council
Hampton and Richmond football club have scored with the Council.

Plans have been granted to build a new permanent stand at its Beaver Close ground.

A temporary stand will be removed from the west side of the pitch and replaced with a permanent 250 seat structure to the north.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:18 pm  

News roundup at 4pm
Michael Martin has been hounded from office as Speaker of the House of Commons.

He's to step down as a result of the expenses scandal on June 21st - leaving MPs to elect a replacement the following day in a secret ballot.

Mr Martin told them he was quitting the post because Parliament was at its best when it was united.

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In the wider expenses row - Gordon Brown says any Labour MP who's broken the rules won't stand at the next election.

It's also emerged that Scotland Yard won't be investigating the leaking of the detail to the Daily Telegraph.

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Scientists believe they've found the so-called 'missing link'.

The fossilised skeleton of a 47 million year old human ancestor has been found in a lake in Germany and anthropologists say it's proof man descended from apes.

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625 jobs are going at Lloyds Bank.

The Unite union says the announcement suggests the bank's embarking on a strategy of "death by a thousand cuts".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

Fundraisers brave the rain for Hampton Hospice


The Three Parks Challenge – a first-of-its-kind event took place last Sunday. It was set up by staff at the Hampton based Shooting Star Children's Hospice.

300 walkers, which was many more than expected,turned up. They included families from the hospice as well as a number of local groups. Funds are still coming in, but it looks like the event will raise at least £25,000

The walkers, which included experienced hikers to leisurely ramblers, braved an early downpour to complete the challenge, which started and finished next to Teddington Cricket Club in Bushy Park.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 pm  

Plans withdrawn for Clapham junction
The company behind plans for a major redevelopment of land at Clapham Junction Station have formally withdrawn their application.

Metro Shopping Fund had been seeking planning permission for 556 homes, new shopping areas and a health centre at the station.

Councillors were due to consider the application at a planning committee meeting tomorrow.

The item has now been withdrawn from the agenda and will not be discussed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:36 pm  

Shooting in Croydon
Police are investigating a fatal shooting in West Croydon.

Ambulance crews were called to St Saviour's Road at 7:30 yesterday evening, to a 25-year-old man suffering gunshot wounds.

He died within an hour at Mayday Hospital.

Police have yet to recover the weapon used, or make any arrests.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

Tour of Britain Bike Race
Woking will be hosting the tour of Britain bike race.

They’ll be events all day leading up to the main race of all the top professional bike racers.

Woking is one of the ten towns selected to host a stage of the tour.

The race is a 1.5km course around the town.

It’s the biggest sporting event in the area during 2009 and will be held on June 2nd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Taxi driver rapist faces compensation claims from victims
Victims of taxi driver rapist John Worboys are planning to sue him for hundreds of thousands of pounds in damages.

Solicitors representing several of the women have begun drawing up a civil claim against the serial sex attacker.

The 51-year-old was jailed indefinitely last month after being found guilty of attacking 12 women in the back of his London cab after drugging them in Balham, Putney, Sheen and Twickenham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:27 am  

Top stories at 8am
The Speaker of the Commons will face more attempts to remove him from his position later.

MPs are likely to renew their attempts to debate a motion of no confidence in Michael Martin over his handling of the expenses crisis.

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The recession seems to have dented profits at Marks and Spencer.

The retailer's posted annual pre-tax profits of 604-point-5 million pounds - a drop of 40 percent on the year before.

A fall in demand for the chain's food lines has been blamed, with shoppers apparently switching to cheaper rivals.


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A government report's expected to clear security services of missing chances to prevent the 7-7 London bombings.

The Intelligence and Security Committee has been looking at how MI5 and the police monitored suspects in the run-up to the attacks in 2005.

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Sri Lanka's President says the entire country is unified after defeating Tamil Tiger rebels.

In central London - five police officers and eleven protesters have been hurt in pro-Tamil demonstrations.

Five people were arrested.

Meanwhile a number of shops along Tolworth Broadway will remain closed off today, in a show of solidarity with the Tigers.

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And in football, Sunderland will go into their final Premier League game against Chelsea this weekend still in danger of being relegated.

They were beaten 3-1 at Portsmouth last night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 am  

Monday, 18 May 2009

Our gardens aren't up for grabs!





Residents of a campaign group in East Sheen have taken to the streets this afternoon to stop developers from building on their gardens.

The SOS Avenue Gardens group staged a War of the Roses protest to raise awareness of the importance of greenery in the area.

Green campaigner and Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Richmond Park Zac Goldsmith was on hand to answer questions from those worried about the proposed development by Grayswood Properties Ltd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:27 pm  

Tolworth Broadway shops shut in protest

A number of shops along the Broadway including the newsagents and greengrocers have closed their doors in support of the Tamil Tigers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:35 pm  

Harlequins Rugby League
Harlequin's captain has agreed to a new contract that will see him at the club until the end of the 2011 season.

Rob Purdham signed in 2002 and is now, after 150 appearances agreeing to stay to help the new young players at the club.

Brian McDermott has praised Purdham for his decision to stay and is glad that he’s refused offers from other clubs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Sutton United charity match
Twenty years after Sutton United’s famous two –one FA cup victory over Coventry nine of winning team are getting back together for a charity game.

Other players from Sutton’s past will join them including John Rains and Ricky Kidd.

They’ll be playing a team of football veterans including Gary Chivers from and TV presenters like Angus Deayton and Andy Hamilton.

Proceeds will go to the Queen Mary Hospital for Children which is celebrating its centenary year to help people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

The match is on Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 pm  

Stabbing in Hounslow
A man is recovering in hospital after a vicious knife attack in Hounslow at the weekend.

The man - in his twenties - was stabbed in the chest on Bell Road in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Police are appealing for witnesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:03 pm  

The Chelsea Flower show
The Queen will present Prince Charles with a top horticultural award at the Chelsea Flower Show later.

The monarch will hand over the prestigious Victoria Medal of Honour to her eldest son during the royal tour of this year's gardens.

It's the highest accolade from the Royal Horticultural Society.

Current holders include Alan Titchmarsh and Roy Lancaster.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:02 pm  

Missing Girl
Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 14-year-old girl who was last seen at a friend’s house in Esher.

Lauren Arnold was last seen on Saturday night in Holroyd Road when she called at a friend’s house

She’s white, 5ft 5’ tall, of slim build with long brown hair.

Lauren is known to frequent Redhill town centre, Merstham, Chessington and Esher areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

News roundup at mid-day
A motion of no confidence in the Speaker Michael Martin is about to be tabled in the House of Commons.

The Tory MP Douglas Carswell claims to have good front bench support in his effort to force Mr Martin to resign.

He's been criticised for his handling of the expenses row.

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The Court of Appeal has ruled soldiers serving abroad ARE protected by Human Rights laws.

Judges have dismissed challenges by the government to High Court rulings over the death of Private Jason Smith who died in Iraq.

His family's solicitor argued human rights shouldn't be withdrawn from soldiers when they're deployed overseas.

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The struggling motoring industry's welcoming the introduction of the car scrappage scheme.

From today, drivers can get two thousand pounds off a new vehicle when they trade in cars that are at least ten years old.

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And England United World Invited is the slogan for the country's bid to host either the 2018 or 2022 World Cup.

The Prime Minister will line up alongside David Beckham and Wayne Rooney at the bid's launch at Wembley shortly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

Hiddink speaks ahead of Chelsea departure
Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink admits he'll leave the club with a heavy heart this summer.

The Dutchman's gone down a storm with players and fans since taking over on a temporary basis, three months ago.

Yesterday's two-nil win over Blackburn was his final home match as manager.

After receiving a rousing send-off, Hiddink says he'll be sorry to say goodbye.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:20 am  

Staff at Hampton School clear up confusion over swine flu
Staff have been quick to clear up confusion over the plans of Hampton School for Boys this week, after a national newspaper suggested it had been forced to close.

Today's Independent reports the school would remain shut until after half-term, as a result of swine flu scares

along with Barnes Primary and Lady Eleanor Holles.

But a spokesperson for the school has said Hampton School IS open as normal this week, after it was given the all clear by the Health Protection Agency last Friday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:52 am  

Two Richmond schools close after swine flu scares
Two schools in the Richmond area have been forced to close after swine flu outbreaks.

The closures were confirmed by the Health Protection Agency this morning.

Barnes Primary and Lady Eleanor Holles in Hampton will both remain shut until after half term.

It's hoped classes will resume again in June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 am  

Teenager awaits sentence for Croydon murder
A teenager who repeatedly stabbed a promising young footballer in Croydon will be sentenced later.

Oliver Kingonzila, who was 19, represented England as a youth player.

He died after being knifed eight times outside the E-bar last September.

19 year old Tristan Burke faces a life sentence after pleading guilty to murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 am  

New roof unveiled at Wimbledon
Wimbledon's new roof has been unveiled.

Centre court is now under cover in a bid to stop rain delays.

It's part of a full refurbishment of the arena, which has cost an estimated 100 million pounds.

Tim Henman and Steffi Graff were among a group of former stars who tested it out in an exhibition event yesterday.

And right on cue, it rained.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 am  

Battersea TV-adventurer named Chief Scout
TV adventurer Bear Grylls has been named Chief Scout.

The presenter who lives on a barge in Battersea first climbed Mount Everest when he was just 23.

The 34-year old succeeds former Blue Peter presenter Peter Duncan.

He says his priority is finding more scout leaders, so that more youngsters can join up.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 am  

News round-up at 8am
The new car scrappage scheme comes into force today.

The Government will offer motorists two thousand pounds towards the cost of a new car, provided they trade in one which is at least ten years old.

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For the first time in over three hundred years, the Commons will table a motion of no confidence in the speaker.

MPs are angry that Michael Martin has been too slow to act to reform the expenses system.

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Over a thousand protesters have gathered outside the British Embassy in the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo.

They've thrown bricks at windows and burnt an effigy of the Foreign Secretary.

They believe Britain backed the Tamil Tigers in the 26-year war for independence, which has just ended.

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A government database that contains the details of every child in the country goes live today.

ContactPoint holds the names, ages, addresses and other information for an estimated 11 million youngsters in England.

The 224 million pound system will be available to social workers, police and health care professionals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

Investigations continue into Shepperton fire
Smoke from a fire in Shepperton may have affected areas of Stanwell and Ashford.

The blaze, which happened on the Brett Trading Estate in Littleton Lane on Saturday evening, was finally put under control yesterday.

Surrey County Council are advising that residents should keep their windows closed to avoid soot from collecting in their homes.

Firefighters are expected to remain on the scene for a few days while clearing gas cylinders from nearby industrial buildings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:52 am  

Middlesex lose despite record score
Middlesex posted their highest ever one day score yesterday, but it still wasn’t enough for them to avoid defeat at Lords.

After a rain delay Somerset were asked to chase a revised target of 290 to win from 41 overs, after Middlesex had earlier posted a huge 341 in their 50 overs.

Somerset were able to cruise home by five wickets, with Marcus Trescothick blasting 62, while the Sabres Aussie skipper Justin Langer saw his side home with 78 not out.

Middlesex will be hoping to make amends today when they take on Warwickshire at Lords.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:50 am  

Sunday, 17 May 2009

Harlequins got talent
Britain's Got Talent winner George Sampson was at the Harlequins Rugby ground to cheer them off before the kick off today.

He performed live on stage at the Stoop with school children.

The Quins put in a strong defensive performance against Wakefield to climb to 4th position in the engage Super League.

It was their third successive win and put an end to their run of home defeats.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 pm  

Chelsea win Hiddink's final home game
Chelsea have beaten Blackburn 2-0 in the Premier League.

Florent Malouda and Nicolas Anelka were the goalscorers.

It was the last home game in charge for interim manager Guus Hiddink, who was given a standing ovation by the Stamford Bridge faithful.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:40 pm  

Sister of Chelsea barrister sues Met
The sister of the Chelsea barrister shot dead by police last year is to sue the Met.

Charlotte Saunders is claiming the police were negligent.

Twenty six year old Mark Saunders was shot at least nine times in his Chelsea flat almost exactly a year ago.

Police opened fire after Mr Saunders started firing his shotgun from a window at his home.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 pm  

Jack Straw's father served time in Wandsworth Prison
The Justice Secretary has revealed that his father served time in Wandsworth Prison.

The revelation was made as Jack Straw made a speech to the Prison Officers association.

Walter Straw was jailed for refusing to fight in the Second World War.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:20 pm  

New roof and big names at Wimbledon

Indoor tennis has finally come to Wimbledon.

The Lawn and Tennis club's held it's first match under the new retractable roof on Centre Court, which slid open without a hitch.

Big tennis names have been playing each other this afternoon in front of fifteen thousand spectators.

Tim Henman and Kim Clijsters have won a tie break to beat Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf in a mixed doubles match.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 pm  

More swine flu cases in London and Surrey
London and Surrey have been almost exclusively affected by new cases of swine flu.

The Health Protection Agency says fourteen more people have been diagnosed with the virus, bringing the total in the UK to 101.

Of the new cases, ten are in London, three are in Surrey and one is in the Eastern region.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:18 pm  

Henman returns but doesn't miss tennis
Tim Henman was back at Wimbledon this afternoon, but says he hasn't missed tennis in the slightest since he retired.

After 20 months out of the game, Henman returned to play under Centre Court's new multimillion pound retractable roof.

He told crowds he's enjoying time away from the court with his family and feels he retired at the right time.

But he'll be involved in the competition this year, broadcasting for the BBC alongside John McEnroe.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:16 pm  

Shepperton Fire
Littleton Lane in Shepperton remains closed this evening.

It follows a fire on a trading estate last night.

The fire service has sent in an investigation team to try and find out what caused the blaze.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 am  

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