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Friday, 10 July 2009

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:42 am  

Cancelled night bus service sparks protest in Wallington
120 people were out in protest last night against the suspension of a night bus service from Croydon to Sutton.

The demo outside Wallington Hall was in response to the closure of the N213 between 1 and 4:30 in the morning.

Transport for London says the route was underused.

This protester says the withdrawal won't just affect late night drinkers.


Local MP Tom Brake has thrown his weight behind the issue – and says they want answers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:25 am  

Assault in Wimbledon town centre
An investigation's been launched into an assault in Wimbledon town centre in the early hours.

A man's recovering in hospital after receiving facial injuries in the attack on Kingston Road at around 1'o'clock this morning.

Police have yet to make any arrests.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:24 am  

National / Internation headlines at 08:00
Sir Alex Ferguson and Alan Shearer are the latest names to be dragged into the News of the World phone hacking allegations.

The Guardian claims the News of the World illegally monitored their calls.
A number of celebrities are said to be considering seeking millions of pounds in damages.

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A teenage boy's still seriously ill in hospital after allegedly being attacked by his science teacher.

Jack Waterhouse from Mansfield has head injuries.

Police have until this evening to question a man who's been arrested.

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An investigation's been launched into an assault in Wimbledon town centre in the early hours.

A man's recovering in hospital after receiving facial injuries in the attack on Kingston Road at around 1'o'clock this morning.

Police have yet to make any arrests.

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The number of people dying from three of the most common cancers has fallen to its lowest level in almost 40 years.

The Government says it demonstrates the excellent progress the NHS is making in tackling the disease.

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120 people were out in protest last night against the suspension of a night bus service from Croydon to Sutton.

The demo outside Wallington Hall was in response to the closure of the N213 between 1 and 4:30 in the morning.

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The reputation of Brits abroad doesn't seem to be improving.

A survey of European hotel owners puts us top of a list of badly-behaved holidaymakers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

Thursday, 9 July 2009

British Airways pay talks resume
Talks are resuming today to try and resolve a row over cost cutting measures at British Airways, including thousands of job losses and a pay freeze.

Unions and airline management have spent several hours discussing the Heathrow based company's proposals amid worries about potential industrial action.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 pm  

Post mortem carried out in New Malden murder
A post mortem’s revealed a single stab wound to the chest killed a man in New Malden.

Police were called to Kingston Road on Tuesday night after reports of a fight.

Six people arrested in connection with the investigation remain in custody at police stations in South London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 pm  

Coffee Republic outlets closed by administrators
Ten Coffee Republic coffee and deli outlets have closed with the loss of 66 jobs.

The chain, which collapsed earlier this week, has a further nine stores still in operation which it's hoped will be sold as a going concern.

Administrators say they've closed the stores that were no longer viable which include those in Staines, Richmond and Ealing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:29 pm  

London council accused of social cleansing
Hammersmith and Fulham council is being accused of planning a social cleansing programme to demolish council estates.

According to residents, poorer people are to be moved out and new, private homes are to be built in place of council flats.

Documents obtained by the Evening Standard claim new houses will be introduced to attract those with higher incomes.

Council leader Stephen Greenhalgh has denied the plans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:56 pm  

Fears for missing Norwood pensioner
Fears are growing for a safety of a vulnerable pensioner whose gone missing in South Norwood.

85-year-old Mary Hensby was last seen just after midday yesterday at the Willows Day Centre on Selhurst Road.

Mary suffers from both schizophrenia and Alzheimer's.

She's white and around 5'4", with short grey hair and glasses.

She was last seen wearing a white blouse with black trousers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:53 pm  

Hostage inquest findings revealed
An inquest's heard Iraq hostages Jason Swindlehurst and Jason Creswell from Surrey died from gunshot wounds.

Mr Creswell, originally from Glasgow, and Mr Swindlehurst, from Lancashire, had been working as security guards.

They were among a group of five Britons kidnapped in Baghdad in May 2007.

Last month their bodies were delivered to a police station in the city.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:51 pm  

Royal Borough gets a Royal visit


His Royal Highness the Earl of Wessex, President of the International Youth Arts Festival, was guest of honour at Wednesday evening’s gala performance of Pendragon at the Rose Theatre in Kingston.

Pendragon is an award-winning music-theatre production that magically re-creates aspects of the legends of King Arthur and his court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:23 pm  

Blitz on dangerous dogs in Lambeth
Twenty dangerous dogs have been seized by police in one of the largest operations of its kind.

Specialist officers gave suspected gang members and owners of illegal dogs early morning wake-up calls during raids on 12 addresses in south London.

The pit-bull terrier-type dogs, including a litter of puppies, were taken out of properties across Lambeth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:41 am  

Ewell Road re-opened following collision between bus and car
Police have re-opened Ewell Road in Surbiton following a collision between a bus and a car.

It happened just before 9'o'clock near the junction of Elgar Avenue.

A man, who was driving a Ford Ka is now being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

Royal visit for Clapham's Trinity Hospice


The UK's oldest hospice in Clapham, has seen its state-of-the-art new inpatient centre opened.

The ten million pound unit will enable it to continue providing support and care to over two thousand terminally ill patients each year.

The Duchess of Cornwall who’s been the royal patron for three years opened it on tuesday.

As well as talking with patients and staff, she also planted a weeping cherry tree on the hospice's lawn.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

Esher crash driver's condition still critical
The driver of a stolen car, which crashed in Esher yesterday morning remains in a critical condition in hospital.

The Mazda he was travelling in collided with another car on Lammas Lane.

He'd failed to stop for police officers in Merton and was followed into Surrey by a marked car prior to the crash.

The driver of the other vehicle involved has been been discharged from hospital with minor injuries.

Surrey Police says it's handling the investigation.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission is also conducting an inquiry.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

Ewell Road is closed after crash
Police have sealed off Ewell Road in Surbiton after a collision between a bus and a car.

It happened just before 9'o'clock near the junction of Elgar Avenue.

A man, who was driving a Ford Ka is now being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

The road is now closed in both directions and police are diverting drivers away from the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:20 am  

National / International headlines at 08:00
David Cameron's defending his PR chief over allegations linking him with alleged phone hacking.

The Guardian claims Andy Coulson was the editor of the News of the World when high profile figures from politics, showbusiness and sport were allegedly monitored.

MPs are demanding answers.

The Tory leader says Mr Coulson's job is safe.

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Six gang members are due to be sentenced shortly for stabbing a 14 year-old boy to death.

Shaquille Smith was attacked in a park in east London last year.

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The number of first-time buyers getting on to the property ladder rose for the fourth month in a row during May - to 14-thousand.

The Council of Mortgage Lenders also says a record 80 percent of first-time buyers under 30 are thought to be turning to their parents for financial help.

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And England's cricketers will resume day two of the first Ashes Test against Australia on 336 for 7 shortly.

James Anderson and Stuart Broad are at the crease in Cardiff.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:28 am  

Wednesday, 8 July 2009

Couple convicted in Shakilus murder
A teenage girl, who acted as a honey trap to lure a 16-year-old boy to his death, has been convicted of murder.

Shakilus Townsend was kicked, beaten with a baseball bat and stabbed repeatedly by a masked gang in Thornton Heath a year ago.

The girl's boyfriend, Danny McLean, was also found guilty by the Old Bailey jury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

Police investigating Esher car crash
An investigation’s underway after a car being chased by police crashed in Esher.

The stolen blue Mazda was pursued from Merton in the early hours of the morning by officers from London.

It collided with a silver Daewoo in Lammas Lane.

The driver of the Mazda is now in a critical condition in hospital.

The independent police complaints commission is now investigating along with Surrey Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 pm  

MPs face pressure over holidays
MPs are coming under increasing pressure to admit the amount of costly holidays they take outside Europe.

Many plans for exotic trips have been ditched in light of the recent expenses scandal, according to the Evening Standard.

Twickenham’s MP Vince Cable will stay inside Europe this summer.

Sixty-six year old Cable, who is also the Lib Dems' Treasury spokesman, will go climbing in Scotland.

The Prime Minister will holiday in Suffolk while David Cameron will take time out in France.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:37 pm  

SPORT: Harlequins sign Ryan Esders
In Rugby League, Harlequins have signed back rower Ryan Esders on loan for a month.

The twenty two year old currently plays for Hull Kingston Rovers.

Esders has praised Quins' 'reputation for bringing through young players' and says he’s looking forward to working with the team.

He’ll be available for selection for the match against Huddersfield Giants on Saturday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Council criticised over Gypsy Awareness Day
Surrey County Council have been heavily criticised for paying travellers to attend a Traveller and Gypsy Awareness Day – because they didn't think they'd turn up.

According to The Daily Mail organisers paid £60 for each traveller to go to the day long conference at Epsom Downs Racecourse yesterday.

A spokesperson for the Taxpayers' Alliance said the decision was “ridiculous”, especially as many of those who went left after their complimentary lunch.

The Council have defended their actions saying that the advice given out during the day would end up saving “a considerable amount of money” for taxpayers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

Prince Edward to visit Kingston
A royal borough is getting a royal visit tonight.

His Royal Highness Prince Edward will attend a gala performance of Pendragon at the Rose Theatre.

The musical centres on the famous life of King Arthur, his wizard Merlin and the medieval dragon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Surrey man held in attack investigation
A man from Surrey has been arrested in connection with sex attacks on women walking their dogs in a Greater Manchester park.

Three women have been targeted in the past month in the Bramhall Park area.

A 29-year-old Surrey man is being held on suspicion of attempted rape and sexual assault.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

Return of children's music festival
A music festival for children is returning to Leatherhead this summer.

Amphishock, being held on Saturday the 18th of July, will sample music from 12 local bands with a funfair and food stalls.

‘Battle of the Bands’ winners Nylon Sky will be playing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:39 pm  

Twelve in custody following Woking drug raids
Twelve people are in custody after a series of successful drug raids in Woking.

The operation, codenamed Mudstone, saw police swoop on houses across the borough in the early hours of last Thursday and Friday.

The action came after ten weeks of careful planning and an undercover operation aimed at arresting those supplying and selling class A drugs.

DI John Cable of Surrey Police has said that the operation demonstrates their determination to tackle drugs head on.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:26 pm  

Murder investigation in New Malden
A man’s been stabbed to death in a garden following a fight between a group of people in New Malden.

Police were called to Kingston Road last night.

They found the victim in a rear garden suffering from stab wounds. He was taken to hospital where he later died.

Six people have been arrested and remain in custody in connection with the investigation.

A post-mortem examination will take place later.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:23 pm  

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Speed cameras move into the 21st century in Ewell
New digital cameras are targeting speeding motorists at collision hotspots in the County.

The devices are due to be installed at Ruxley Lane in Ewell and London Road in Merstham.

The sites have been chosen by the Safer Surrey Camera Partnership because they are known accident hotspots.

There were 11 collisions on Ruxley Lane in the three years before March 2008.

The new cameras mean staff can download images of speeding drivers rather than have to wait for them to be retrieved from the devices.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Healing garden launched at Hampton Court Flower Show

The flowers are smelling sweeter than ever at the Hampton Court Flower show this year.

A new perfumed garden has been designed by Florist Jill Foxley to help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The Healing Garden was inspired by one of the nurses Jill met while tending the grounds of a terminally ill customer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:24 pm  

Police release e-fit of man after incident in Ewell

Police have released a computer image of a man they want to speak to in connection with an incident involving a 12 year old girl last wednesday.

The girl was walking home from school when she was approached by a man near the Northey roundabout.

She turned down a secluded alleyway and the man approached her from behind putting his hands on her shoulders. It was only when she screamed that he ran away.

Anyone who thinks they may have seen this man should contact Surrey Police on 0845 125 2222
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:28 pm  

Good news for pupils in Sheen

Transport for London has finally agreed to help provide a dedicated bus for children attending the Shene School.

Teachers, parents and governors have been trying to secure the service as they say the current one is not adequate.

Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Richmond Park, Zac Goldsmith, got together with pupils to create a short film on the need for a dedicated bus. It was presented to TfL officials and posted on the net.

Zac says it now looks likely that a joint funded bus service will materialise.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:29 am  

Bosum Buddies team up for Breakthrough Breast Cancer

Sunday saw the last ever Bosum Buddies walk in Richmond Park.

A number of pink ladies took just over two hours to complete the eight mile stroll raising money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

Although the total sum of money has not been calculated, over a hundred pounds was raised during the walk alone.

Pictured are five girls wearing vest tops - one from each year of the walk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

Monday, 6 July 2009

Woking man jailed for at least 16 years for partner's murder
A martial arts expert from Woking who strangled his partner after learning she planned to leave him has been jailed for life.

Alan Jermey will serve at least 16 years after being found guilty of murdering Kirsty Wilson at their home on Greenmeads last August.

The Old Bailey heard - after using his kung-fu skills to throttle her - he tried to set her body on fire to get rid of the evidence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 am  

SPORT: Speculation continues over John Terry's future at Stamford Bridge
Stories continue to link Manchester City with another move for Chelsea captain John Terry.

It's thought they're ready to table a 40-million pounds bid for the England skipper.

Sports writer Paul McCarthy says City want to make a statement of intent by signing Terry.

And he thinks his silence on the subject could be critical.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

SPORT: Federer touted as all-time greatest tennis star
Wimbledon champion Roger Federer says having Pete Sampras at the Wimbledon final yesterday was a real inspiration.

The Swiss world number one won his 15th Grand Slam title against Andy Roddick and beat the record formerly held by Sampras.


Federer is now being touted as the greatest tennis player of all time.

His victory at Wimbledon yesterday meant he'd won 15 Grand Slam titles in his career - 1 more than the previous record held by Pete Sampras.

John McEnroe claimed Federer was the most gifted player he'd ever seen.

But his beaten opponent Andy Roddick paid tribute to another of his qualities after their epic match.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:11 am  

National / International headlines at 08:00
The car industry's begun its long road to recovery.

The car scrappage scheme - where owners get 2-thousand pounds to trade in their vehicles over 10 years old - appears to be working.

Last month saw sales fall nearly 16 per cent - that's the smallest month-on-month fall for almost a year.

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The Business Secretary's confirmed a fraud investigation's to be carried out into the collapse of MG Rover.

Six thousand jobs were lost at the Longbridge plant in Birmingham in 2005.

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The bodies of two soldiers killed in Afghanistan last week are being repatriated shortly.

Lieutenant Colonel Rupert Thornloe and Trooper Joshua Hammond will return to RAF Lyneham in Wiltshire.

Three other British soldiers were killed in Helmand Province over the weekend.

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Iran has released an eighth staff member of the British embassy in Tehran - according to the Foreign Office.

That leaves one still in detention.

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The winners of tickets to Michael Jackson's memorial concert have been notified.

More than a million people applied for the 17-and-a-half thousand places.

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Barack Obama's aiming to reset US-Russian relations when he arrives in Moscow later.

During his two day visit, the American leader will hold talks with Russia's president Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

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The fourth plinth at London's Trafalgar Square has been hijacked.

An anti-smoking protester jumped up - just before the platform was due to be officially occupied by the first piece of 'living sculpture'.

Housewife Rachel Wardell is now up there for an hour - promoting the NSPCC.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

Sunday, 5 July 2009

Review of London's fire safety brought forward
A blaze that killed six people has led to a review of fire safety in the capital’s housing estates being brought forward.

The fire in a 12 storey building in Camberwell on Friday has raised questions about safety in tower blocks more than 40 years old.

Three of the victims were children.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

Walk to the palace
Hampton Court will be the halfway point in a fundraising walk for a charity that helps around 100 people every year.

Walton & Weybridge Advocacy Group is holding its third annual walk from the Wier Pub in Walton to the Tudor palace and back.

Last year it raised £1300 for people recovering from mental health issues, despite not being publicised outside the charity.

To take part in this year’s walk is on the 26th July, visit wwag.org.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

Governement accused of party politics at Surrey school
There are fears of financial meltdown at a Surrey college, after a decision to continue with only 13 out of more than 100 building projects.

The government froze 141 projects at Brooklands College a year ago, leaving students housed in portacabins.

Spelthorne’s Conservative MP David Wilshire says the college is struggling to pay bills.

He’s accusing the government of removing funds in an attempt to buy votes for Labour MPs in the next general election.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 pm  

Richmond man fails in bog bid
A teacher from Richmond has been stripped of his sporting title of'world mountain bike bog snorkelling champion'

Dan Bent failed to defend his title at the competition in Wales yesterday

Contestants have to ride a mountain bike underwater through a peat bog while breathing through a snorkel
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:43 am  

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