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Saturday, 3 October 2009

Heathrow Flights Delayed

Passengers travelling to North America today from Heathrow and Gatwick are facing severe delays

It follows a computer failure at an air traffic control centre

Some flights are leaving three hours late - but passengers are being asked to check in on time

The air traffic control service NATS says it’s fixed the problem but delays could continue for the next few hours
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:36 am  

15 years in jail for Croydon man
A Croydon man will serve at least 15 years in prison for murdering a father in front of his 3-year-old daughter.

26 year old John Abbey was on his way to visit his newborn son at the Mayday hospital when he was stabbed at a bus stop in January.

His former friend 22 year old Charles Acquaah was convicted and sentenced at the Old Bailey.

The two men had fallen out over money.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:56 am  

Girl missing from Thornton Heath
A Surrey teenager has now been missing for two days – and Police are appealing for help in finding her

13 year old Zinza Pinder is from Thornton Heath.

She was last seen at her home in Beechwood Road about 4.15 on Thursday afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:31 am  

Thursday, 1 October 2009

Man found guilty of murder in Croydon
A man’s been found guilty of murdering a father in front of his 3 year old daughter in Croydon.

26 year old John Abbey was on his way to visit his newborn son at the Mayday hospital when he was stabbed at a bus stop on London road in January.

Today his former friend 22 year old Charles Acquaah was convicted of his murder at the Old Bailey.

The two men had fallen out over money. Acquaah will be sentenced tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:22 pm  

A new secondary school for Kingston at last?
Kingston Council has given the go ahead for a new secondary school in the North of the borough.

A meeting last night agreed proposals to build on the North Kingston Centre site on the Richmond Road.

A sixth form college will be situated at the Hawker Centre.

A decision to build a brand new school has not been overlooked, but MP Susan Kramer says it’s not a possibility at the moment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:05 pm  

Hospitals rapped for poor financial handling
Isleworth’s West Middlesex Hospital Trust has been criticised for failing to keep control of its finances.

The base on the Twickenham Road has been named in a report by the Audit Commission along with six other hospital trusts.

They’ve been rapped for overspending.

The 7 trusts went over budget by a combined total of 60 million pounds last year.

Barking, Havering and Redbridge had the highest overspend in the country at 35 million pounds.

The West Middlesex over ran by three and a half million.

Inspectors look at how trusts manage their resources and delivering value for money.

It’s the third year in a row that the NHS as a whole has recorded a surplus. This year it was a combined 1.74 billion pounds.

But we’re told that was in line with expectations.

So how did the rest of the hospital trusts in Surrey and SW London fare?

They’re graded between 1 and 4 – 1 being of inadequate performance, and 4, performing strongly.

Epsom and St Helier noticeably scored only a 2, the same as last year, which means its financial performance is just adequate.

St George’s in Tooting also scored the same for the second year in a row.

Kingston has fallen in the tables. Last year’s score of 4 has been dropped to a 3 this year – the same as the Mayday in Croydon.

But the report does show that Kingston is consistent with above average scores for financial reporting and internal control.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

Chris Tarrant hosts charity quiz night in Esher
The biggest and brightest brains of Surrey are being rounded up to raise cash for an Esher charity.

The Princess Alice Hospice holding a quiz night with a difference later this month.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire host Chris Tarrant will act as quiz master for the occasion.

It's happening on Friday 23rd October.

Tickets cost £35 each. Teams of up to ten are welcome.

For further details call 01372461869 or email [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

Police arrest Croydon teacher over parents' deaths
A man’s been arrested on suspicion of murdering his parents in South Croydon.

Police found the bodies of retired headmaster Barry Dighton and his wife Elizabeth at their home on Campden Road just after noon yesterday. Both were in their early 60's.

34-year-old Daniel Dighton was arrested at the scene.
He remains in custody at a South London police station.

Post-mortem examinations on the couple will be carried out at Croydon mortuary later.

Mr Dighton was headmaster at the prestigious Elmhurst School for Boys on South Park Hill Road. He retired in 2006. His wife was also head of reception at the school and their son Daniel worked there as a year 1 teaching assistant.

The school is rated as one of the top 20 independent prep schools in the Country.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:32 am  

Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Cycle for SANDS
A couple who lost their baby at birth are to embark on a two day cycle challenge through Surrey.

Vikki and James Avery’s son Ben was stillborn in March.

They want to raise enough money to build a bereavement suite in every Surrey hospital by cycling through the County’s major towns.

So far they’ve collected eleven thousand pounds for SANDS which looks after anyone affected by the death of a baby either before or straight after birth.

They’ll set off on the two day challenge on October 15th.

To support the Averys log onto cycleforsands.co.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

Support for victims of domestic violence

Tomorrow sees the start of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

An art exhibition by Adelaide Damoah will be hosted at The Club Bar and Dining in Warwick Street. Each piece of art will depict a different case of domestic violence.

The paintings have been specially commissioned for the National Centre for Domestic Abuse based in Guildford.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

Consultation underway in Woking
A consultation exercise is underway in Woking to look at the way the Council is run.

People are invited to take part in the 12 week discussion.

One option is for Woking to be run by a directly elected Mayor.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:47 pm  

New train station in capital
London Mayor Boris Johnson has opened a new train station in the capital.

Imperial Wharf station by Chelsea Harbour is the latest addition to the London Overground network.

It'll serve Southern trains between Milton Keynes and East Croydon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:46 pm  

Doorman attacked in Epsom
A nightclub doorman’s been racially abused then hit by two men Epsom town centre.

Police say the assault took place in the early hours of Saturday morning outside the Native Tongue music and comedy bar in the High Street.

Two men from south London have been arrested and bailed until November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

Demolition works starts at Heathrow
Demolition of the oldest building at Heathrow Airport has begun as part of a one billion pound refurbishment.

The Queen's Building at Terminal 2 will be knocked down by January next year when demolition of the rest of the terminal will begin.

The terminal serves eight million passengers per year but it will serve 20 million when refurbishment is complete.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:43 pm  

Time banding for rubbish bags in Balham
Balham will be the next town centre for a new scheme aimed at cutting the amount of rubbish bags left on the streets.

The ‘time-banding’ idea - which has already been successful piloted in Tooting, sets two-hour time bands at the start and end of the day when sacks may be put out.

Previously shops and other businesses could dump bags on the street all day while they awaited collection.

All businesses will soon be getting a letter about the changes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:42 pm  

Pedestrian killed in Dorking road crash
A woman’s been killed in a road accident in Dorking.

The pedestrian was in collision with a lorry on Station Road opposite the Star pub just after 11 this morning.

Officers are in the process of locating the woman’s next of kin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Telling tales in Sutton

The woman who bought Ghana Tennis Aid to Surrey has embarked on another project.

Sal Bolton from North Cheam has written an audio book detailing her time in Africa.

She’s hoping to raise more awareness of the country.

Sal is still raising money for Ghana Tennis Aid which asks people to donate old sports equipment for cash.

Her African adventure is available as a podcast. www.peopletalk.libsyn.com
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

BA will "scale-back" Heathrow operations without third runway
British Airways will have to scale back flights at Heathrow if plans for a third runway are scrapped.

The Conservatives have said they'll abandon Labour's proposals to expand the airport if they win the next election.

BA chief executive Willie Walsh says this will affect the airline's domestic and European routes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 am  

New school in Kingston expected to be approved by council
Parents in Kingston are a step closer to having a brand new secondary school.

A new 8-form secondary school is expected to be given the green-light.

It’ll be built across two sites in the north of the borough.

The plans are in response to predictions of a shortfall in school places of up to 500, within ten years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:22 am  

National / International headlines at 08:30
Gordon Brown's played down the damage to his election prospects - after The Sun withdrew its support.

The Prime Minister insists that voters, not newspapers, decide elections.

The Sun claims Britain's crying out for change - and is now backing the Tories ahead of the next election.

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A powerful tsunami caused by an earthquake has killed as many as 100 people.

Many more are missing on the Pacific islands of Samoa after the giant waves.

President Obama has declared it "a major disaster".

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Police are warning teenage girls about looking after guns for their gang-member brothers and boyfriends.

The Metropolitan is starting a campaign today, with ads telling of the consequences - including a five year jail term.

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Eighteen million homes will have to retune their Freeview boxes and digital TVs today.

It must be done around lunchtime.

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A billionaire circus tycoon's on his way to the International Space Station.

Canadian Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte is on board a Russian rocket which lifted off from Kazachstan this morning
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Heathrow-based airline fights recession with new routes from London City
Struggling airline British Airways is attempting to defy the economic gloom by launching a business only class service.

The transatlantic route goes from London City airport to New York, as part of a deal with investment banks hoping to scale back the use of private jets.

BA slumped to a 400 million pound loss in the last financial year - and has been hit hard by falling numbers of first and business class passengers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:34 am  

National / International headlines at 08:30
A batch of a cervical cancer vaccine has been quarantined after a 14 year-old girl died shortly after being given it.

The teenager received the injection at her school in Coventry.

The local NHS says they can't make a link until after a post mortem's been carried out.

An urgent investigation's been launched.

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A woman has admitted causing the death of a young boy by dangerous driving.

Hannah Saaf from Bristol has appeared in court, accused of killing 11-year-old Sam Riddall.

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After a police force was yesterday criticised for not doing enough to help a family terrorised by a gang of youths - anti-social behaviour's on the agenda at the Labour party conference.

The independent police watchdog is investigating after Fiona Pilkington killed herself and her disabled daughter in Leicestershire.

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The recession was not as deep as previously feared between April and June.

Revised official figures show UK output shrank by 0-point-6 per cent during the quarter.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:33 am  

Monday, 28 September 2009

Zambia Olympic committee pay Surrey a visit
Zambia’s Olympic committee are touring Surrey ahead of the 2012 London Olympics.

The team could possibly use the county as a base for the competition.

As part of the tour they will look at Woking’s football, boxing and athletics clubs.

They will also check out the Spectrum in Guildford.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

Woman behind Beatles classic passes away
The woman who inspired the classic Beatles song Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds has died.

John Lennon's son Julian says the song was based on a picture he drew in 1966 of his classmate Lucy O'Donnell at a nursery school at Weybridge.

She's died of a disease of the immune system at the age of 46.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:56 pm  

Beauty in the eye of the beholder in Sutton
People across Sutton are being asked whether a piece of graffiti should stay or be removed.

It’s thought the work in Coomber Way is from the renowned street artist Banksy.

The Council wants to know whether it should be removed or preserved.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

Surrey 'right to die' campaigner arrested
A right-to-die campaigner's been arrested in connection with the suicide of a multiple sclerosis sufferer.

Cari Loder ended her life at her home in Surrey in June.

83-year-old Libby Wilson reportedly spoke to Ms Loder just days before her death.

The former GP and member of a pro-euthanasia group, is being questioned on suspicion of aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring a suicide.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 pm  

Chelsea's manager wants a positive response to defeat
Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has demanded a positive response from his team after seeing them lose 3-1 to Wigan.

It was their first defeat of the season.

The Blues travel to Apoel Nicosia in the Champions League on Wednesday, then Liverpool on Sunday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 pm  

Scotland Yard faces legal action over Wimbledon murder
Scotland Yard could reportedly be sued over its failure to prevent the murder of Rachel Nickell.

The 23-year old was stabbed 49 times and sexually assaulted on Wimbledon Common in July 1992, in front of her toddler son.

His father, Andre Hanscombe, is apparently preparing to sue the Metropolitan Police.

He says they missed a series of chances to arrest Robert Napper over previous cases, meaning he wouldn't have been free to kill the ex-model.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:47 am  

Surrey tops study of spookiest places
An A-road in Surrey is among the spookiest places in Britain.

A study into the paranormal's found UFOs, ghosts and big cats are among the most common unexplained sightings.

The ghost of a young girl's often seen wandering along the A22 near Caterham.

And London hosts the only haunted airport, Heathrow, where a passenger claims to have encountered the famous ghost of Dick Turpin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:13 am  

National / International headlines at 08:30
Alistair Darling will accuse the Tories of "relishing the chance to swing the axe" at public services.

It'll form part of the Chancellor's speech to delegates at the Labour party conference later today.

He'll also launch an assault on bank bonuses.

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Iranian state TV claims the country's tested a long-range missile, which could reach Israel.

There are calls for tougher international sanctions on Tehran, after details emerged last week of a secret nuclear site.

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Only one in eight children are getting the right amount of exercise.

A study by the British Heart Foundation's found that a third of children do less than an hour of physical activity a week.

The recommended daily amount is 60 minutes a day.

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After the predicted 'barbecue summer' that didn't materialise - we're told the current spell of good weather is set to continue well into October.

Temperatures around the country peaked at 22 degrees yesterday - with the high-pressure set to dominate all week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 am  

Sunday, 27 September 2009

Hammersmith girl's killer dies in prison - but is linked to dissappearances
The killer of a girl from Hammersmith has died in prison.

Andrezej Kunowski was jailed five years ago for killing 12-year-old Katerina Koneya at her home in 1997.

Kunowski died of heart failure at Frankland prison in Durham, and is linked several other crimes in South West London.

He’s a suspect in the disappearances of 19-year-old Elizabeth Chau and 27-year-old Lola Shenkoya, who both went missing from Ealing in 1999 and 2000.

Police hope that Kunowski’s death will encourage any witnesses too frightened to come forward to contact them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:46 pm  

Over £1 million divided on Surrey playgrounds
It’s been decided how 1.1 million pounds will be divided on improving play areas for children across Surrey.

A series of meetings decided how funds for the council’s two year project to improve playground equipment will be split up.

Each borough and district authority will get 100 thousand pounds to create or refurbish two play areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

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