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Friday, 26 June 2009

Tributes pour in for the King of Pop

The world is in shock at the sudden death of Michael Jackson.

He collapsed at his LA home from a suspected heart attack.

He was taken to UCLA hospital where he was pronounced dead at 10-26 pm - our time.

He was 50.

Fans are holding a vigil outside the medical centre and the singer's home.

The world of showbusiness has been paying tribute - Steven Spielberg says his talent, his wonderment and his mystery make him a legend.

His producer on Thriller and Off the Wall Quincy Jones says he's lost his little brother.

And first wife Lisa Marie Presley says words fail her.

Jackson was due to perform 50 shows at London's O2 Arena - starting next month.

It was was the preparations for this gruelling schedule that close friend Uri Gellar has blamed for his death.

A post mortem examination is now underway and police have begun an investigation.

Speaking at the hospital Michael's older brother Jermaine asked for a time of reflection.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Wimbledon roof closed for first time in the tournament
Wimbledon's new Centre Court roof has been fully closed for the first time in the tournament.

The state-of-the-art roof was closed after a decision from the head groundsman, because of rain overnight.

Until now, it had only been edged forward a few feet to act as a sunshade for the Royal Box.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:41 am  

Highs and lows in the life of Michael Jackson who died yesterday aged 50
This is a timeline of Michael Jackson's life and career:

1958: Jackson is born on August 26 in Gary, Indiana.

1963: He gave his first public performance aged five singing Climb Every Mountain.

1964: He joined his brothers in The Jackson Five who sign to Motown Records in 1968.

1979: He released the solo album Off The Wall.

1982: He released Thriller which went on to become the world's best-selling album of all-time.

1985: Jackson paid 47 million US dollars for the publishing rights to the Beatles back catalogue in 1985.

1987: He released Bad and buys the Neverland ranch in California.

1993: A 13-year-old boy named Jordan Chandler claimed Jackson sexually abused him during a visit to the ranch.

1994: He married Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of rock legend Elvis Presley, but the marriage only lasted 19 months and the pair divorced.

1996: He married for the second time to nurse Debbie Rowe in 1996. The couple divorced three years later.

2003: The singer told interviewer Martin Bashir sharing a bed with a young boy is "a beautiful thing."

2005: He is acquitted of sexually molesting 12-year-old Gavin Arvizo.

2009: He died in Los Angeles.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 am  

Thursday, 25 June 2009

The King of Pop dies in LA

The LA Times says that singer Michael Jackson has died. He was 50 years old.

He was taken to UCLA hospital in Los Angeles earlier suffering a heart attack.

It's understood paramedics had to administer CPR in the ambulance but it's thought he was already dead when they arrived at his house.

He was due to embark on a World comeback tour next month and has been busy rehearsing at a soundstage in Burbank in California for the past four weeks.

Michael began his musical career at the age of 5 as the lead singer of the Jackson 5 who formed in 1964. In these early years the Jackson 5, Jackie, Jermaine,Tito,Marlon and lead singer Michael played local clubs and bars in Gary Indiana and moving further afield as there talents grew and they could compete in bigger competitions.

From these early days Michael would be at the same clubs as big talented stars of there days, such as Jackie Wilson and would be learning from them even back then. In 1968 the Bobby Taylor and The Vancouvers discovered the Jackson five and from there they got an audition for Berry Gordy of Motown Records.

The Jackson 5 signed for Motown and moved to California. Their first 4 singles, "I Want You Back", "ABC", "The Love You Save", and "I'll Be There" all made US No1 hits.

The Jackson 5 recorded 14 albums and Michael recorded 4 solo albums with Motown

In 1982 Michael Jackson released the world's largest selling album of all time, 'Thriller'
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 pm  

Petition to try and save river cop
The River Thames looks set to lose a valued member of the community, thanks to some drastic budget cuts by Surrey Police.

PC Jim Halstead has been patrolling the Thames between Runnymede and Kingston by boat for the last five years, but his post has now been axed.

But many local residents and businesses are not letting their man go without a fight organising a petition to try and save the post.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:28 pm  

Girl nearly "knocked out" at Wimbledon
A schoolgirl from Tooting was nearly “knocked out” at Wimbledon yesterday.

But the girl wasn't actually playing.

Ball-girl Erin Lorencin was left shaken after French tennis player Michael Llodra collided with her during a game.

The 6ft 3 star fell head-first on top of the 15-year-old.

Before medical staff rushed to attend the pair, the girl cracked a smile, as Llordra hugged her and apologised.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 pm  

Jury retires to consider verdict
A jury in the case of six teenagers accused of a murder in Thornton Heath has retired to consider its verdict.

16 year old Shakilus Townsend was beaten and stabbed in a cul- de - sac last July.

The youths all deny murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 pm  

Machinery stolen in Surrey
Thieves have stolen thousands of pounds worth of machinery from a garden equipment supplier in Surrey.

They took equipment including 100 chainsaws, 60 leaf blowers, 70 garden strimmers from Honey Brothers in Guildford on Tuesday night.

Police are investigating.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:22 pm  

A church in Wimbledon angers some
A church in Wimbledon has angered local residents for allowing tennis fans to park their cars on top of graves.

St Mary's Church in Wimbledon Village charges drivers £20 to park amongst the headstones for the day.

It's through the remains buried directly beneath the makeshift parking bays are 2-to-3-hundred-years-old.

The church reverence has defended the idea, pointing out that the cash generated goes straight to charity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:21 pm  

Rogue market trader caught out
A market trader who profited from the sale of fake designer clothing has been ordered to hand over 20 thousand pounds or face a year in jail.

Gardeep Singh Hopal was ordered to hand over the profits he made from the illegal sale of counterfeit goods by a judge at Kingston Crown Court.

Hopal, from Romford has six months to pay the money or he will be sentenced to a 12 month jail term.

The case began when trading standards officers from Wandsworth raided his market stall in Nine Elms and discovered more than 2 thousand items of fake designer clothing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 pm  

Police investigate Kingston river death
Police are trying to work out how a man plunged from a houseboat to his death in the River Thames.

Tests showed 21 year old James Spencer from Surbiton, drowned after falling from the boat near Kingston Bridge last Friday.

Scotland Yard say there was a bit of an argument near the location - but they're appealing for more information.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

Website attacks Kingston MP's expenses

A website has been launched attacking MP for Kingston & Surbiton Ed Davey for buying an £8,000 machine to stuff envelopes.

It's thought the industrial equipment is capable of mailshoting all 50-thousand of the Lib Dem's constituents every other day.

Green campaigner Bridgette Poulton has started a blog, calling on him to hand back the cash claimed, on the grounds it breaches expenses rules.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:34 am  

Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Man jailed for murder in Staines
A man from Hounslow who doused his former partner in petrol before setting him alight has been jailed for life.

25 year old Nadim Kurrimbukus acted in a fit of rage after finding out his 23 year old boyfriend of two years Charlie Davies had ended their relationship.

He suffered burns to 75 percent of his body in the attack in Staines in June last year.

Kurrimbukus will serve a minimum term of 23 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:02 pm  

A triumph for Wimbledon's squash players
Whilst tennis takes the limelight in Wimbledon, Merton's squash players have scooped a gold medal in a youth tournament.

The team was made up of 16-year-olds Blaine Herrington and Daniel Aldham, as well as 14-year-old Seigo Masuda.

The boys, who train at Wimbledon Racquets Club battled it out against teams from all over London and triumphed in the final against Kingston.

It's the second gold team Merton have won.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:36 am  

Raucous youths wreak havoc in West Molesey
An investigation's been launched after 30 raucous youths wreaked havoc in West Molesey.

It happened just before midnight last Friday in the Beauchamp Road area.

Some of the suspects used planks of wood as weapons.

Police are urging parents to keep a more watchful eye on their kids.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:15 am  

Molesey cop sacked for cowardice sues Surrey Police
A police officer from Molesey who was sacked for cowardice has told a tribunal she was bullied for being "too posh".

39-year-old Alison Wheeler said her dismissal from Surrey Police was "sexist and ageist".

Officers allege the former opera singer failed to use her CS spray or support her colleague during a struggle outside Walton police station.

Ms Wheeler says she did help – and is seeking £350,000 in compensation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 am  

Top stories at 8am
President Obama has condemned the violence used against protesters in Iran, over the country's disputed election.

A diplomatic row has erupted after Britain and Iran each expelled embassy staff over claims of spying.


Gordon Brown will face pressure today to make the Iraq war inquiry public.

The Conservatives will use the Commons debate to push the Prime Minister to give evidence.


Wild cat strikes are expected around the country later, after talks to resolve a dispute over sacked power workers were adjourned.

Union leaders want hundreds of workers dismissed for strikes at Lindsey Oil Refinery in Lincolnshire to get their jobs back.


Too many children are being suspended from primary schools according to Ofsted.

It's found pupils as young as four have been excluded for biting, swearing, kicking and hitting others.


And in the tennis:. the first round at Wimbledon's over - and so is the dream for six of the eight Britons.

Only Andy Murray and Elena Baltacha have made it through to the second round.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

Tuesday, 23 June 2009

Less rubbish collected in Wandsworth
The amount of rubbish collected in Wandsworth has fallen for the sixth year running.

Last year the amount of waste collected was around 110 thousand tonnes – a fall of 5 thousand.

The average Wandsworth resident generated 352kg of rubbish, down eight per cent from the previous year.

The fall’s mainly due to less waste being collected from homes and other non-commercial premises such as hospitals and schools.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:21 pm  

Police investigate Wimbledon theft
Police are investigating the theft of a lorry load of sportswear which was en-route to players at Wimbledon.

The Adidas kit was stolen from a truck parked overnight in east London 10 days ago.

It's understood that opportunist thieves broke in and took 390 boxes of
shirts, shorts and other clothing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:20 pm  

Lewis Hamilton is more optimistic
Lewis Hamilton says he can see "light at the end of the tunnel".

The reigning world champion has won just nine points this campaign after finishing 16th at the week-end in the British Grand Prix.

But the Woking driver says he still harbours some optimism for the rest of the season.

Upgrades on the car are expected for the next race in Germany.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:19 pm  

The Tube cools down
Relief's on the way for hot and sticky tube passengers.

The first air conditioned trains on the Underground are due to go into service on Metropolitan line next summer - followed by the Circle, District and Hammersmith and City lines.

Mayor Boris Johnson has been on a test track to try out the cooler carriages, which he says will make journeys more comfortable whatever the weather.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Give blood and help save lives
A desperate appeal is going out to potential blood donors in Leatherhead.

It’s ahead of a session going ahead tomorrow at St Mary and St Nicholas Church.

The National Blood Service says it’s expecting a low turnout.

Seven thousand donations are needed nationwide everyday to maintain healthy stocks.

There is no age limit on the person giving blood. For more information log onto

Click here for your nearest blood bank
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:40 am  

Top stories at 8am
Nine people have died and more than seventy have been injured after two commuter trains collided in Washington DC.

The accident, which happened during the evening rush hour, is the the worst ever rail disaster in the American capital.


John Bercow's pledged to heal public "anger and disappointment" over the
expenses scandal as he was installed as the House of Commons' 157th Speaker.


The oil company Total says it is now encouraging talks to be opened with unions representing sacked oil workers at its Lindsey refinery in Lincolnshire.

That's as workers gather outside the plants for a mass protest.



Andy Murray opens his Wimbledon campaign against American Robbie Kendrick today.

There are also seven more Britons in action today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 am  

Monday, 22 June 2009

New shopping scheme in Wandsworth
A new scheme has been launched across Wandsworth to help older people who struggle with their grocery shopping.

The service, called Shopping Deliveries To Your Door, is funded by the Council and run by Age Concern.

It’s aimed at people who would like the benefits of online supermarket shopping and home delivery but who do not have a computer.

All you have to do is contact Age Concern to register, and an account will be opened for you at one of the local supermarkets that offer online shopping.

At agreed times you can call the service with your order, and delivery will be arranged.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 pm  

Burglars strike at school in Leatherhead
Thousands of pounds worth of computers have been stolen from a school in Leatherhead.

22 laptops were taken – worth around 9 thousand pounds – from the secondary last week.

Burglars climbed a perimeter fence and smashed windows to get in.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

Police make another arrest in connection with death in Fulham
A second man has been arrested following the death of a man in Fulham on Sunday morning.

The 33 year old was stabbed in the early hours outside the Crescent Club on North End Road.

It’s believed he had been involved in a fight with another man. Police are waiting to inform next of kin before releasing his identity.

A post mortem is about to be carried out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:23 pm  

Surrey police get new weapons
A number of police forces have rejected plans to extend the use of Taser weapons to non-firearms officers.

The Metropolitan Police and Sussex Police have snubbed Home Office policy to give out the electric shock weapons.

But the plans have had a warm reception from Surrey – who have received 250 guns.

The decision was revealed in response to Freedom of Information Act requests from the Liberal Democrats.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:22 pm  

No change in hours for KFC in Putney
An attempt by the owners of the KFC in Putney High Street to stay open until 4am at weekends has been rejected.

The takeaway's owners sought permission to extend their opening hours.

Councillors say it was very clear that these opening hours would probably have a seriously detrimental effect on the lives of people living nearby.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 pm  

It could be you. . . . .

Someone in Surrey will win up to 25 thousand pounds in the Surrey Air Ambulance Superdraw.

There have been two winners since the competition began in 2007. Money raised goes to funding the air ambulance which costs three million pounds a year to stay airborne.

To find out more go to

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:33 pm  

Sunday, 21 June 2009

Woking driver's fears after announcement by team
Woking based driver Lewis Hamilton says he is praying the war between the FIA and the Formula One Teams' Association does not leave him without a job next year.

McLaren is one of eight teams who announced its interest to form a breakaway series. However this would mean a drawn out court battle with the FIA - which could put its drivers' careers in jeopardy.

After today's racing he commented 'I have not really had much time to think about the other things due to the amount of work I have had going on,'

But he added: 'I am no engineer or aerodynamicist, and am always asking questions, as much as they all do the same of me.'
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 pm  

Elderly man missing from Epsom
Surrey Police are concerned for the safety of an 81 year old man who hasn’t been seen since yesterday morning.

Dennis Brewer was last seen leaving the Assembly Room pub in Epsom High Street on foot at 11am on Saturday.

He is described as of short build with longish grey hair, and was wearing jeans, a trilby hat and black Velcro strap shoes.

They are especially concerned as he suffers from Alzheimer’s.

Anyone with information is asked to call Surrey Police on 0845 125 2222.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 pm  

Thousands ride through SW London
Thousands of cyclists aged 14 to 80 rode through South West London today as part of Europe's largest charity cycling event.

Around 27-thousand people took part in the annual London to Brighton Bike Ride - in aid of the British Heart Foundation.

They enjoyed sunn weather and most participants took around six hours to reach Brighton seafront.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 pm  

Tooting fire leaves four in critical condition
A fire in Tooting has left four people in a critical condition.

Police were called in the early hours of this morning to a blaze at a house on Lessingham Avenue.

Five people were rescued from the building and have been taken to hospital for treatment for burns and smoke inhalation.

At this early stage the fire is believed to be suspicious.

Anyone who was in the Lessingham Road area at around 4am, and may have information, is asked to call the incident room on 020 8721 4805 or Crimestoppers anonymously.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

Silverstone 2009

Sebastien Vettel's won the British Grand Prix.

The German led from start to finish at Silverstone, beating his Red Bull teammate Mark Webber into second.

Rubens Barrichello was third.

Jenson Button finished sixth, so his lead at the top of the championship's cut to 23 points.

World champion Lewis Hamilton was 16th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:51 pm  

Fulham stabbing
A man’s been killed in Fulham. Police were called to a fight on the North End Road early this morning.

They found a man in his 30’s with stab wounds. He was taken to hospital but died about an hour later.

No one has been arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:19 pm  

Cyclist Injured in Ewell
A 15 year old has been taken to hospital with a head injury after two cyclists hit each other on the A240 Reigate Road in Ewell.

The accident happened just before eight o’clock last night.If you were driving past and saw the accident Surrey Police would like to hear from you.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 am  

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