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Saturday, 10 October 2009

Calling all schools for Operation Christmas Child


Does your school have what it takes to make this Christmas the best ever for children in poorer countries?

That’s what a South London based charity is asking.

Operation Christmas Child wants us to decorate a shoebox and fill it with presents suitable for under privileged children.

This year’s contributions will be flying off to Eastern Europe.

Boxes need to be dropped off to the Jackie Studios before November 10th, or call the helpline for a collection in your area 0870 011 2002. They'll let you know when a volunteer is available.

www.operationchristmaschild.org.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:35 pm  

Croydon family court opens its doors to Status Quo star
A family court in Croydon is breaking its “Status Quo”, by opening its doors to the public for the first time.

An open day’s being held at the magistrates court on Barclay Road today.

Visitors will enjoy a welcome from Status Quo star and Purley resident Francis Rossi.

People can learn more about the child custody process and speak with agencies involved in family break-up.

Similar events are also being held today at courts in Richmond and Hounslow.

The Croydon event takes place today between 10am and 4pm.

And at Richmond Magistrates’ Court, Parkshot, Richmond, also between 10am and 4pm.

No booking is required and admission is free.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Friday, 9 October 2009

Dismay as Putney regeneration plans are dropped
The NHS has backtracked plans to expand Putney Hospital.

Wandsworth Primary Care Trust has abandoned its redevelopment ideas due to lack of funding.

Three million pounds has already been spent on making the site secure after its closure in 1998.

The latest plans approved in 2006, would have resulted in the building of three GP surgeries, a pharmacy and café all on site.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:35 pm  

Epsom developers want your views
Epsom’s residents are being invited to an exhibition tomorrow afternoon focusing three controversial pieces of land.

Developers have completed work on the Horton Retail site, but they’re keen to start the ball rolling on St Ebbas and West Park.

Money is proving an issue, and planners want the views of the public before they pres ahead.

It’s taking place at the Ebbisham Centre between 11am and 3pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:32 pm  

Thursday, 8 October 2009

Fears grow for missing Kingston woman
Police are asking people to be on the look out for a vulnerable woman missing from Kingston since this morning.

Meena Khan was last spotted at Cedar Heights in Richmond, which overlooks the river.

Her car was also found abandoned there by officers.

She’s described as an Asian woman with dark shoulder length hair and was wearing a pink top and grey coat.

Anyone with information should contact Kingston Police straight away on 0300 123 1212 quoting CAD number 3455.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

VIDEO: Epsom's MP Chris Grayling backtracks after slamming Tory appointment
The shadow Home Secretary and MP for Epsom & Ewell has brushed off a gaffe over the Tories' hiring of the former head of the Army.

Chris Grayling thought it was a move by the Government - and swiftly branded the appointment a political gimmick.

But David Cameron is expected to name General Sir Richard Dannatt as an adviser to the Tories on defence issues in his keynote speech.

Here's the moment Mr Grayling made the gaffe:

BEFORE:


AFTER:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:40 pm  



The centerpiece of the borough’s Older People’s Week celebrations saw over 170 people attend an information fair, complete with ‘art to music’ sessions, in Twickenham on Tuesday, 6 October.

Guest of honour was 105 year old Grace Mulford, who was presented with flowers from the Mayor, Cllr Celia Hodges.

Run by Richmond Council, in partnership with Age Concern Richmond and the Pension’s Service, the event featured over 30 local organisations offering advice and activities for older residents.

It is part of a week of activities featuring everything from line dancing to yoga, health walks to coffee mornings, at venues across the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:39 pm  

World Mental Health Day is fast approaching

This Saturday is World Mental Health Day.

This year’s events are focussing on building awareness of mental illness – and reducing the risk of suicide.

39 year old Judy Hamilton from Ashford has battled with depression since her teenage years.

One employment agency that can’t be named, even told her it would be better to lie about her mental health state and say she had cancer.

We'll have a full report in tonight's 7 o'clock bulletin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:12 pm  

UPDATE: A3 now re-opened. Previous closure at Tolworth after accident northbound around South Lane, New Malden

Police were forced to close off part of the A3 heading into London (northbound) after an accident in New Malden this morning.

A car collided with the central reservation around the South Lane turn-off at around 08:00.

The condition of the driver is not yet clear.

Police set up a roadblock on the entry slip-road at Tolworth Junction, whilst the scene was cleared.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Police name Walton murder vcitim
Police have named a man killed at his home in Walton on Tuesday night as 49 year old Kevin Francis.

A post mortem revealed he died from a single stab wound to the chest.

Police have arrested a 29 year old man and 49 year old woman in connection with the murder on Hurtwood Road.

Forensic tests are now being carried out on a knife found at the scene, to establish if it had any connection to the killing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:27 am  

Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Tooting's MP Sadiq Khan offers invitation to local heroes
The MP for Tooting is asking people to name the area’s heroes.

Sadiq Khan is meeting with the Prime Minister in Downing Street next week for a special reception to honour their achievements.

He’ll bring two people nominated by constituents as most deserving of the chance.

To cast your vote - email Sadiq at [email protected]

Nominations must be made by 4pm Friday 9th October


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:59 pm  

Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Police search Bedfont Lake for red Daewoo in Milly Dowler murder inquiry



















Police divers are searching a lake for the car detectives believe was used to carry the body of murdered Milly Dowler.

Members of Scotland Yard's underwater search team are looking in Bedfont Lake, near Heathrow Airport.

The teenager went missing in March 2002 on her way home from school in Walton.

Her remains were found six months later in Hampshire.

Investigators acted after they received fresh information that a red Daewoo Nexia possibly used to transport her body was dumped there.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 am  

Godstone Farm E-Coli patient released from hospital
A child who contracted E-Coli in an outbreak linked to a Surrey petting farm has left hospital.

Two other children linked to the outbreak at Godstone Farm remain in hospital.

The total number of visitors affected by the bug has now risen to 89.

The farm was closed along with sister sites owned by the same management, including Horton Park in Epsom.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 am  

Croydon basketball star returns to his roots
A basketball star from Croydon who cracked America has gone back to his roots for an event at the O2 arena tonight.

Luoi Deng signed to the Chicago Bulls for £50-million last year.

But he insists he’s still a South Londoner at heart.

Deng was speaking ahead of tonight’s NBA Europe Live event, at a basketball court in Clapham
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 am  

Egham woman faces court ordered eviction by husband
A woman from Egham who's involved in one of the UK's biggest divorce cases is going to court to try to prevent her eviction.

Michelle Young has been served with notice to leave her 10-thousand pound-a-month home in central London, where she lives with her two teenage daughters.

Her husband Scot Young insists his property empire - worth 400 million pounds a few years ago - has collapsed, and expects to be made bankrupt.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 am  

National / International headlines at 08:30
David Cameron says the Tory plan to increase the retirement age to 66 is a reasonable way to deal with increased life expectancy.

Proposals are being announced to force millions of workers to wait an extra year before collecting their state pension.

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The Conservatives are also revealing plans to prevent new speed cameras being installed, and to get tough on rogue clampers.

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Sales of new cars increased by more than 11 percent last month.

There were almost 368-thousand new registrations in September, providing fresh evidence of the motor industry's recovery from recession.

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Mobile phone companies are being told customers should be allowed to try out new handsets before buying them.

Researchers at Ofcom have found more than half of us have problems with reception when we switch mobiles.

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The premiere of Heath Ledger's final film will take place in London this evening.

The actor was filming 'The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus' when he died from an accidental drug overdose nearly two years ago.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 am  

Monday, 5 October 2009

Dangerous tower blocks
The BBC has learned around 10 councils have one or more residential tower blocks rated as high risk.

There are 102 such buildings in London. Officials use a scale to determine how great the risk of fire is for each.

Six people died after a fire at a tower block in Camberwell in July. It had a medium risk rating.

Amongst those considered dangerous by surveyors are properties in Merton, Wandsworth and Hounslow.

One surveyor who visited a block in Hounslow said the danger there was off the richter scale.

37 blocks in the borough currently have no valid fire risk assessments.

21 of those are rated high risk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

Waste Management sites
Twenty-eight possible locations for waste management facilities have been identified across Surrey.

Plans for the potentially suitable recycling sites in the boroughs Croydon, Kingston, Merton and Sutton will be developed over the next ten years.

The councils are keen to hear from local residents, businesses, site owners and government bodies on their views.

All opinions will help to develope the final version of the South London Waste plan due to be published in Febuary 2010.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:23 pm  

Suspicious fire in Woking under investigation
Police are treating as suspicious a fire in Woking.

Four people have been taken to hospital after the blaze in a block of flats in Victoria Way in the early hours of Sunday.

Police say it was potentially an extremely serious incident which could have led to fatalities.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:21 pm  

Children in Epsom taught the importance of good hygiene

Children and young people from across Epsom, Sutton and Merton can now learn more about swine flu and how to protect themselves against the virus, thanks to the help of a new interactive website which has been specially written and designed for them.

The site also includes an extensive range of quizzes and games to test their knowledge about bugs and viruses.

The e-bug website (www.e-bug.eu) was recently launched by the Health Protection Agency and includes features such as the e-bug detective game, advice about hand hygiene and a number of easy to understand factsheets.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:24 pm  

Fallen hero is remembered
Comrades have paid tribute to a marine from Purley who hanged himself, blaming the war in Afghanistan for his mental state.

28 year old Dylan Kemp left a suicide note detailing his problems after his 7 month tour of duty.

He said his time in the country had filled him with anger.

Dylan was arrested for assaulting his girlfriend and an alleged road rage attack last week. 2 days later he was dead.

Some 67 British troops are known to have committed suicide after service in the last 6 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

Family court in Croydon opens its doors to the public
A family court in Croydon is breaking its “Status Quo”, by opening its doors to the public for the first time.

An open day’s being held at the magistrates court on Barclay Road this Saturday.

People can learn more about the child custody process and speak with agencies involved in family break-up.

Visitors will enjoy a welcome from Status Quo star and Purley resident Francis Rossi.

Open days are also being held at courts in Richmond and Hounslow.

The Croydon event takes place on the 10th October between 10am and 4pm.

And at Richmond Magistrates’ Court, Parkshot, Richmond, also between 10am and 4pm.

No booking is required and admission is free.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:37 am  

Twickenham residents take fight for riverside to Number 10
Residents are handing a petition to save Twickenham riverside from developers to the Prime Minister this lunchtime.

The Lib Dem run council are about to sign a 999-year lease with Countryside Properties to build luxury housing on the land.

Over 8,500 people have signed up to voice their opposition to the plans –

while a separate Twickenham Traders petition has been signed by over 200 businesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

Surrey woman makes advertising history at Picadilly Circus
A woman from Surrey is making advertising history today by appearing on the big screen in Piccadilly Circus.

Amanda Jones, is campaigning for breast cancer awareness month, in memory of her daughter Rebecca –who lost her battle with it aged 33.

Amanda’s joined by three other women - all affected by the disease.

It's the first time the giant technicolour screens have been used for charity messages.

The 'Everybody's Doing It' campaign aims to reach hundreds of thousands of women over the next two weeks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 am  

National / International headlines at 08:30
Hundreds of thousands of people who claim incapacity benefit could see their payments cut if the Conservatives win the next election.

The party - which is starting its conference in Manchester - wants everyone claiming the benefit to be tested to see if they can go back to work.

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Survivors of the Paddington rail disaster and relatives of those killed have marked the tenth anniversary of the crash.

They were joined in west London by rail bosses and members of the emergency services.

Some laid flowers at a memorial at Ladbroke Grove which bears the names of the 31 people who died.

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Three in four of us are unaware everyday foods such as bread and cereals contribute the most salt to the average diet.

But the Food Standards Agency says that - contrary to popular belief - some own label value ranges have the lowest salt content.

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Tickets for next year's Glastonbury Festival have sold out in less than 24 hours.

Music fans forked out 190 pounds - even though there's still no news on who'll perform.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 am  

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