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Saturday, 13 June 2009

Lewis Hamilton is revealed as the frontman for a driving campaign in Weybridge



Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton has put his name to an ongoing driving campaign aimed at teaching children the importance of safety on the roads as well as getting them behind the wheel.

At a news conference this afternoon he told Radio Jackie that 'although I am seen by many youngsters as a sports idol, safety should never be jeopardised and sport racing is very different to everyday driving'.
The Driving Academy at Mercedes Benz World sees trained instructors take children as young as ten onto the in-built circuit to allow them to familiarise themselves with getting behind the wheel in the hope they'll be more confident and safety aware when they come to take their real test.

Hear the interview with Lewis on Jackie News between now and Monday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:58 pm  

Friday, 12 June 2009

Charge for Cobham man in wheelie bin murder investigation
A man's been charged with killing his wife and dumping her body in a wheelie bin.
Melanie Wallner's remains were found in Cobham last Saturday.

Her husband - 33 year old Peter - was arrested after getting off a plane at Gatwick Airport on Wednesday. He'd been with a female companion in Malta.

The German born chef is also accused of preventing the lawful and decent burial of her body and will appear in court in the morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:28 pm  

Investigation after Hammersmith fire
Fire’s broken out in Hammersmith.

Around twenty percent of a maisonette on Queendale Crescent was ruined last night.

The female occupant managed to get out before the brigade arrived.

She’d recently fitted a smoke alarm, which alerted her to the blaze.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 pm  

South West London hotspot for ID thieves
Wealthy neighbourhoods in South West London are honeypots for identity thieves and fraudsters, a new study has revealed.

Chelsea, Chiswick and Clapham have topped a list of London areas that are dogged by fraudulent credit claims.

Outside the Capital, Guildford also fared badly for the security of people's personal details.

The study also found that those who rent their home are the most likely to have their personal data stolen.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 pm  

Downing Street doesn't comment
Downing Street's refusing to be drawn on a report the Communications Minister's going to quit the government.

The Times claims Lord Carter of Barnes is to become the latest of Gordon Brown's ministerial team to step down.

A spokesman will only say Lord Carter's focused on delivering a key report next week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 pm  

Motorcyclist injured near Woking
A motorcyclist has been seriously injured in a road crash near Woking.

An 18 year old woman was taken to hospital after the accident in Mayford yesterday.

Police are appealing for witnesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 pm  

Police investigate pond death
Police are investigating after a woman’s body was found in a pond in Surrey.

The discovery was made on Monday at Earlswood Park in Redhill.

Detectives don’t think the death of 75 year old Marie Hamilton was suspicious - but are trying to establish how she came to be in the water.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 pm  

Top stories at 8am
Amanda Knox - the American accused of murdering British student Meredith Kercher - will give evidence for the first time at a court in Italy today.

She and her former boyfriend both deny killing her 21-year-old flatmate in Perugia.

Miss Knox's father says he believes his daughter is innocent.

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A British soldier has been killed in an explosion in southern Afghanistan.

The soldier from The Black Watch Third Battalion The Royal Regiment died near Kandahar.

The family has been informed.

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There are signs of a high turnout in Iran's presidential election.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is seeking another four year term, but he faces a strong challenge from reformist candidates.

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Some NHS trusts in England are still failing to stamp out hospital superbugs.

While there's been some progress in tackling MRSA and C-Diff, a report from the Healthcare Trust is warning other, potentially deadly infections aren't being properly monitored.

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Parents are being advised to put their children in rear-facing car seats until they're four, according to a safety study.

It found evidence that facing backwards can help prevent neck, chest and spinal injuries in a crash.

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Cristiano Ronaldo's on the front page of all the papers this morning - celebrating his 80-million pound move from Man U to Real Madrid.

The Portuguese star's pictured on a night out with Paris Hilton in LA.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:40 am  

Thursday, 11 June 2009

Banstead school enters national competition
It's the meeting place for parents to mingle and gossip, as they wait for classes to come to an end.

For children, its the gateway between the curriculum and teatime televison.

The school gate is a notable fixture in British culture.

And a headteacher in Surrey has launched a bid to win her school a new one.

Gill Harradine entered Banstead Primary into a national competition to find a school most deserving of a £2,000 entrance gate.

You can vote for the school to win - by visiting Cannock Gates.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 pm  

Lacrosse at Cobham
A first for ladies sports today.

The England’s women’s Lacrosse team is taking on current world champions Australia at Cobham Rugby Club.

Tickets for the event have sold out with over a thousand people expected – that’s almost twice the amount that turns up for rugby matches hosted at the club.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:25 pm  

Boy hurt in dog attack in Surrey
Police are investigating after a 3 year old boy was savagely attacked by a dog in Surrey.

The child was with his parents in Priory Park in Reigate when a Chihuahua jumped up and bit the toddler almost severing the boy’s finger.

Police want to question the owner who had two other dogs with her – a brown Staffordshire Bull Terrier and possibly a Jack Russell.

She’s in her late forties, slim, with blonde unkempt hair.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:24 pm  

Sharp signs new Harlequins deal
Will Sharp has signed an extension to his contact at Harlequins rugby league club.

The deal will keep the 23 year old winger at the Stoop until the end of the 2010 season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:22 pm  

Police identify body found in bin
Police have identified the body of a woman found in a bin outside a house in Cobham.

Dental records confirmed Melanie Wallner’s identity.

It’s unclear how the 32 year old died.

A 33 year old man was arrested at Gatwick airport last night on suspicion of murder and is now being questioned.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:21 pm  

Tube Update as of 1PM Thursday

Call the Jackie Travel Team on 0208 288 1078 for a full travel update.

PICADILLY LINE

Service suspended on Piccadilly Line between Arnos Grove and Hammersmith, between Northfields and Heathrow Airport and between Acton Town and Uxbridge and severe delays on the rest of the line.
Service operating between Arnos Grove and Cockfosters with severe delays, and also between Hammersmith and Northfields calling at Turnham Green only, again with severe delays.

HAMMERSMITH AND CITY LINE

Service has resumed between Hammersmith and Baker Street with severe delays. Source: Transport for London.

VICTORIA LINE

Service suspended on Victoria Line between Seven Sisters and Walthamstow Central, and between Victoria and Brixton and minor delays on the rest of the line due to industrial action by RMT Union members
Service operating between Seven Sisters and Victoria with minor delays.

DISTRICT LINE

Service operating with severe delays between Wimbledon and High Street Kensington, between Wimbledon and Tower Hill, and between Ealing Broadway and Tower Hill.

The Waterloo and City Line remains suspended.

Leader of the RMT Union Bob Crowe [pictured today]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:56 pm  

Cobham bin pair helping police with inquiry

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A man being sought by detectives after a woman's body was found dumped in a wheelie bin, has made contact with police.

Peter Wallner and his partner Lilia Fenech hadn't been seen since the badly decomposed body was discovered in Cobham on Saturday afternoon.

He’d rented the property where the remains were discovered and is making arrangements to return from Malta so officers can speak to him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:45 am  

Wednesday, 10 June 2009

Police investigate possible link to shootings
Police are investigating a possible link between a murder in Fulham and another outside Wandsworth prison.

28 year old Anthony Otton was killed in Fulham Court last week.

Post-mortem tests showed he died from a gunshot wound to the heart.

The shooting came hours after the funeral of 20 year old Darcy Austin-Bruce who lived in Fulham Court and was killed outside Wandsworth Prison last month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:39 pm  

New commander for Kingston police
A new police commander has been appointed in Kingston.

Martin Greenslade will take over next month.

He’s previously been in charge at Bromley and also worked at Territorial police headquarters.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:37 pm  

Kingston MP makes moves on inquiry
Kingston's MP has written to the Foreign Secretary demanding a cross party consultation on any inquiry into the Iraq war.

Ed Davey's move follows media reports that an inquiry could be announced this week.

The Lib Dem foreigns affairs spokesman says the Country won't stand another whitewash on Iraq.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 pm  

Police search for missing Croydon girl
Police are concerned for a girl who’s missing in Croydon.

12 year old Natalie Mustafa was last seen leaving her care home in Mayfield Road yesterday lunchtime.

Police think she may have headed for Sanderstead rail station.

She’s of mixed race with dark brown hair and thin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:35 pm  

Latest Underground Update
There's disruption on London Underground due to industrial action by RMT Union members.

The District Line is currently running between Wimbledon, High Street Kensinton, Ealing Broadway and Tower Hill but with severe delays.

The Hammersmith and City Line is running between Hammersmith and Baker Street with some delays.

The Northern Line is running with minor delays.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

Dog chipping extended after Wandsworth's lead
A dog micro-chipping scheme set up in Wandsworth is to be extended.

Both Southwark and Lambeth are drawing up plans to make tagging a condition of Council tenancy agreements.

In Wandsworth nearly 700 dogs are chipped.

The Council says it makes it easier to trace strays, crack down on dangerous dogs and reduce anti –social behaviour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

Five jailed for trafficking
Five men have been jailed for a total of more than fifty years over a people-smuggling operation - the biggest uncovered in Britain.

They're among 10 people convicted of involvement in the London-based ring.

A court heard how illegal immigrants from China paid up to 21-thousand pounds to be smuggled into the UK - often in cramped and dangerous conditions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:32 pm  

Croydon man jailed for assaults
A man from Croydon has been jailed for 11 months for three assaults.

Two of them were aimed at bus drivers.

In one case - 23 year old Tyrone Mitchell spat at the driver after he refused to let him travel as he had an out of date pass.

2 years ago he racially abused and assaulted another driver.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Man makes contact with police
A man being sought by detectives after a woman's body was found dumped in a wheelie bin, has made contact with police.

Peter Wallner and his partner Lilia Fenech hadn't been seen since the badly decomposed body was discovered in Cobham on Saturday afternoon.

He’d rented the property where the remains were discovered and is making arrangements to return from Malta so officers can speak to him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:29 pm  

Pure summer indulgence in Surbiton this saturday

How do you fancy taking some time out this Saturday, relaxing in the garden with strawberries and Pimms and indulging yourself with a massage or manicure treatment?

How about if all the proceeds of your day went to charity?

The Landirani Trust in Surbiton is doing exactly that this saturday between 10am and 5pm. All money raised will go to supporting orphans in Malawi.

To book just call Pip on 0208 287 8169
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:25 pm  

STRIKE ACTION - TRAVEL ADVICE
For more information, visit Transport for London. Or call the Radio Jackie Studios and ask to speak to the on air travel presenter 0208 288 1078

Buses - London buses have been boosted by 100 extra buses on key routes.

National Rail - Oyster Pay As You Go will be accepted on all National Rail journeys within Greater London on Wednesday and Thursday, just show your Oyster card at station gate lines.

Taxis - during the morning peak hours of 0800-1030, taxi drivers will be operating a marshalled, fixed-fare shared taxi service for central London destinations at six major London rail termini - Waterloo, Liverpool St, London Bridge, Marylebone, Paddington and Euston.

DLR, London Overground and Croydon Tramlink - services will be operating as normal.

Roads and the Congestion Charge - to help keep traffic flowing the Congestion Charge will remain in operation through-out the strike and TfL will be suspending road works on major London roads wherever possible. Where possible, Londoners and commuters are encouraged to consider alternatives to the car.

Cycling - additional options for cyclists will include morning commuter led cycle rides, temporary parking facilities and thousands of cycle maps will be distributed across London.

Led commuter rides - The London Cycle Campaign will be leading five escorted rides into Central London with TfL volunteers at start points to provide maps, refreshments and guidance, further details available at www.biketube.org.uk All rides will set off from 0745 from the bolded locations:

Ravenscourt Park - Hammersmith - High Street Kensington - Hyde Park - Charing Cross - Trafalgar Square

Brixton Road (KFC) - Oval - Elephant and Castle - Blackfriars

Cycle Parking - In addition to the major cycle park at Finsbury Park and existing racks at major London stations across the city, another 1000 cycle parking spaces will be provided at London Bridge cycle park and temporary cycle parking facilities at the locations and times below. Many London businesses will also be opening up their foyers and parking facilities for their staff.

· Trafalgar Square: 150 spaces (0600-2100 on Weds and Thurs)

· Waterloo Bus Garage, accessed only via Cornwall Road off The Cut, approach via Sandell Street: 150 spaces (0800-1730 on Weds and Thurs - closing strictly at 1730)

· London Bridge Cycle Park: 350 spaces (0730-2130 on Tues, Weds and Thurs)

· The Mall, between Marlborough Road and George IV statue/ Queen Mother memorial - 250 spaces (open access from Tuesday evening, with racks removed at 2100 on Thurs)

Walking - if you are considering making or completing your journeys by foot, check www.tfl.gov.uk for information or, in central London on strike days, pick up a free local vicinity walking map from staff at major rail stations, bus stations and key tube stations.

River - existing services will be boosted from a capacity of 1,500 to 8,000 an hour and including an additional free shuttle service from London Bridge to Tower Bridge:

Putney-Central London: normal Thames Executive Charter (TEC) service with four boats instead of two;

London Eye - Westminster - Tower Bridge - free peak shuttle every 10 minutes between 0700-1000 and 1500-2000 on both main strike days
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:46 am  

TUBE STRIKE: TRAVEL ADVICE
With the RMT union strike action underway, commuters are being urged to “beat the tube strike by bike”.

The Mayor's set up “BikeTubes” - 5 mass-cycle convoys to help people get to work safely whilst tube staff stage a two-day walkout.

South Londoners can join a route from Brixton to Holborn via Blackfriars.

And in West London, a line from Ravenscourt Park is taking riders to Charing Cross and Trafalgar Square via Hammersmith.

Click here to see full details of the cycle routes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:41 am  

Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Harlequins find out Euro draw
Rugby union European Cup champions Leinster will face a tough pool when they begin their defence of the trophy next season.

They face London Irish - Scarlets and Brive.

Harlequins will take on Toulouse,Cardiff Blues and Sale Sharks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 pm  

Victim in Balham crash named
The victim of a fatal accident in Balham Hill’s been identified.

39 year old Marie Healey died in the collision on Sunday.

A post mortem will be carried out later today.

A 25 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 pm  

Woking supercar needs repairs
A Woking built super car is being shipped back to the factory in Surrey after being damaged by fire.

The whole of the back end of the Mclaren F1 – worth around 2.2 million dollars – was damaged in California.

Engineers at Woking will now assess if the car can be saved.

There’s only 64 of the cars on the road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

Police search for missing woman in Kingston
Police are searching for a woman who's missing in Kingston.

42 year old Felicity Cooper from Hampton has Downs Syndrome and disappeared in Kingston Town centre at lunchtime.

She's white and about 4 foot 11.

She was last seen wearing a white hooded top,black trousers and was carrying a blue supermarket bag.

Any-one with any information should ring Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:03 pm  

Brian Clough statue repaired
A statue of football legend Brian Clough is back in place after undergoing repairs in Surrey costing 20-thousand pounds.

The 7-foot bronze figure was erected two-years-ago in his home town of Middlesbrough.

It recently developed a crack on its right leg - mirroring Clough's 1962 ligament injury.

He died in 2004 from cancer aged 69.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:02 pm  

Peru Trek going swimmingly

Father and daughter team David and Cara Mitchell from Cobham are scaling Manchu Picchu to raise money for Guildford based Children's Hospice Chase.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:58 am  

Monday, 8 June 2009

Murder investigation launched after Saturday's discovery in Cobham
UPDATE

A manhunt is under way this morning, after a woman's body was found dumped in a wheelie bin outside a suburban house in Cobham on Saturday

Police were called to the house on Hamilton Avenue after a member of the public spotted a human foot sticking out of the bin.

Surrey Police have now launched a murder inquiry - and say they urgently want to speak to 33-year old Peter Wallner. [pictured below]

He lived at the house until around three weeks ago.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

Top stories at 8am
Labour have seen a devastating defeat in the European Elections.

The party was relegated to third place by the Tories and UKIP - with just 15 percent of the vote.

The far right BNP picked up its first two seats in Brussels.

Results from Scotland and Northern Ireland will come out later today.

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That election result won't help the mood among Labour backbenchers - ahead of a meeting with Gordon Brown.

The Prime Minister's speaking to the Parliamentary Labour Party this evening.

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A pregnant woman's been stabbed to death in a seemingly random attack.

It happened in Grimsby in Lincolnshire yesterday.

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Teachers who agree to work in challenging schools could be paid more.

A new scheme's being launched which could see them earn an extra 10-thousand pounds over three years.

They'd also be able to take extra training courses.

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Football - Newcastle United IS up for sale.

Current owner Mike Ashley has set a figure of 100-million pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Sunday, 7 June 2009

Human foot in Cobham update

Police have discovered a body in Cobham.

Officers were called to the scene in Hamilton Avenue at 3.20 yesterday afternoon where they found a severed foot. They later discovered the body of a woman in her thirties.

It's believed the body could have been in the wheelie bin for up to three weeks. A post mortem revealed the cause of death as head injuries, but the exact cause of death has not been determined.

Police are now trying to locate 33 year old Peter Wallner [pictured left] who was living in the house up until three weeks ago. They are also carrying out house to house enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

Fulham fire
A block of flats is on fire in Fulham. The building is on the North End Road near to the Hammersmith Gyratory.

Emergency services closed the street in both directions which caused heavy traffic in the area. Police say the blaze was caused by an electrical fault.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:46 pm  

Human foot found in Cobham
What’s believed to be a human foot has been found in a wheelie bin in Cobham

Police made the discovery in Hamilton Avenue after a phone call about a ‘suspicious incident’ yesterday.

Surrey Police says a post mortem will be carried out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 am  

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