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Thursday, 14 January 2010

Support international aid agencies in Haiti

The Mayor of Kingston has called on residents to support the international agencies working in Haiti in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake.

Commenting, the Mayor, Councillor Ian McDonald said: “The devastation has been catastrophic with government, social and even United Nations support infrastructure destroyed."
"With so many people trapped, injured or dead the next few days will be critical in bringing aid, reducing the spread of disease and preventing further deaths. Our prayers will be for those who have lost loved ones or are anxious with no news."
"Meanwhile, the authorities will still have aftershocks to deal with and will need to focus on reducing any further loss of life. I would therefore ask that everyone who is able gives generously to help this vulnerable nation at such an important and crucial time.”

The easiest way to provide support is through the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) - an umbrella organisation for 13 UK registered humanitarian charities.
Donate with the Disasters Emergency Committee - www.dec.org.uk
The donation line is 0370 60 60 900
Or follow the link from www.kingston .gov.uk

The DEC is also supported by a network of television and radio broadcasters, the banks, the Post Office, BT, regional and national press and a range of organisations in the corporate sector. These organisations help the DEC at the time of an appeal, to publicise the situation and raise funds.
The DEC's remit is to unite agency efforts in times of disaster - such as flood, earthquake or famine - wherever it happens in the world.
At times of overseas emergency, the DEC brings together a unique alliance of the UK's aid, corporate, public and broadcasting sectors to rally the nation's compassion, and ensure that funds raised go to DEC agencies best placed to deliver effective and timely relief to people most in need.

Agencies represented by The Disasters Emergency Committee:
ActionAid
British Red Cross
CAFOD
Care International UK
Christian Aid
Concern Worldwide
Help the Aged
Islamic Relief
Merlin
Oxfam
Save the Children
Tearfund
World Vision
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:54 pm  

Duo guilty of grandfather's murder
Two men have been sentenced to life in prison for murdering their grandfather at his home in Battersea.

76 year old Paul Peters was battered to death after welcoming Wayne Edwards and Anton Alexander into his home last May.

The 34 and 25 year olds have been sentenced to a minimum of 20 years behind bars.

The Court heard how the pair had been drinking on the night of the murder and used whatever came to mind during the prolonged attack on the elderly man – including their fists and table legs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:16 pm  

Trust nurses have the swine flu vaccine too!

The Chief Executive and top doctor at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust are encouraging local people to remain vigilant against swine flu, despite a decrease in the numbers of people falling ill with the virus.

Dr Jonathan Kwan, the Trust’s Medical Director, said: “Data shows that the number of cases of swine flu across the UK is on the decrease. Less people are visiting their GP with flu-like symptoms and, locally, we are seeing fewer suspected cases of the illness in our hospitals.

“However, it is vitally important that local people continue to guard against the virus and take appropriate precautions. People who are more likely to become seriously ill with swine flu, such as those with respiratory conditions and pregnant mothers, are still being advised to have the vaccine.”

Local people are advised to continue to take the following steps to reduce their risk of infection:

• always cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing or sneezing and dispose of dirty tissues promptly and carefully;
• maintain good basic hygiene, for example washing hands frequently with soap and warm water;
• clean hard surfaces, such as door handles, frequently using a normal cleaning product.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

How can you help Haiti victims?

A huge international aid effort is underway to help the victims of the Haiti earthquake.

Emergency workers and medical staff - including some from the UK - have now arrived.

The country's President says up to fifty thousand people may have died in the quake.

Teddington based charity Tearfund is calling for help in getting aid to the stricken nation.

www.tearfund.org/Giving/Give+Now/Haiti+earthquake.htm
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

Plans go on show for Carshalton based hospital

It’s already been announced that more than 200 million pounds is going to be spent redeveloping St Helier Hospital.

But the trust now wants your views on how the cash will be distributed.

A public exhibition will open on Tuesday [2.30 - 4.30pm], Wednesday [9.30am - 11.30am] and Thursday [2.30-4.30pm] for residents to voice their opinions.

The designs on display include the new look hospital restaurant as well as wards and clinics.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:54 pm  

South West Trains Update
* Regular timetable planned to run on all routes
* Shorter trains than normal on some services
* Passengers advised to check for updates in advance of travel
* Special arrangements for passengers unable to travel on Wednesday 13 January

South West Trains is advising passengers of its plans to run a regular timetable across all of its routes tomorrow (Thursday 14 January).

However due to the effects the severe weather has had on some of its trains, South West Trains, in partnership with its maintenance supplier Siemens, is currently carrying out remedial work on some of its train carriages. This means that some train services will be operating with less carriages than normal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 am  

Thursday 14th School Closures
These updates were correct as of Thursday 14th January 06:00

To report your school as open or closed during the adverse weather - please call our office on 020 8288 1300, quoting your password and we will update your status immediately.

If your child's school is listed as "NO REPORT", it's recommended that you contact the school directly, as they've yet to phone us with their status.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Wednesday, 13 January 2010

Wear your heart on your sleeve

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is inviting the people of Surrey to turn red during February and take a stand against the UK’s biggest killer by supporting the Red for Heart campaign.

February is National Heart Month and thousands of people across the country have already signed up and are planning many red-themed fundraisers including dinners, coffee mornings, quizzes, Valentine dances, sponsored challenges such as skydiving, plus bingo and bake sales.

People can also get involved in National Wear Red Day on Friday 26 February 2010 and the BHF is calling on schools, colleges, businesses, sporting groups and Rotary Clubs to take part by donning red and raising essential funds in the fight against heart disease.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:54 pm  

Nasty Nick is returning in his greatest role yet.

Ex Eastenders star John Altman is taking over as Patron of the Rose Theatre in Kingston.

The active supporter will replace Jerry Hall who currently holds the post.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 pm  

SOUTH WEST TRAINS SERVICE UPDATE - 1445 ON WEDNESDAY 13 JANUARY 2010
* Continuing disruption resulting from poor weather conditions
* Overnight programme of anti-icing trains and running empty trains
* Passengers advised to check for updates and allow more time for journeys


South West Trains services are being disrupted today (Wednesday 13 January) due to the continuing effects of snow, ice and low temperatures across the region.

Throughout the night, Network Rail operated a full programme of anti-icing trains and South West Trains also ran empty trains across the network on their behalf to try and improve conditions. However, the severe weather has continued to have an impact on South West Trains services.

Train services across many routes are currently experiencing delays of up to an hour, and services may be subject to short notice cancellation. Some trains will also consist of fewer carriages than normal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:23 pm  

Leatherhead Conservation
The council is giving residents the chance to have their say on the future of the Leatherhead conservation area.

An appraisal will be carried out to see if the area needs broadening to include special features that could be lost through redevelopment.

An exhibition is taking palace in Leatherhead library on Saturday January 16th where the public can discuss the plans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

School closures - Wednesday 13th January
These updates were correct as of Wednesday 13th January 13:30
To report your school as open or closed during the adverse weather - please call our office on 020 8288 1300, quoting your password and we will update your status immediately.

If your child's school is listed as "NO REPORT", it's recommended that you contact the school directly, as they've yet to phone us with their status.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Kingston Assault
Police are appealing for witnesses after an elderly lady was assaulted in Kingston after asking a driver to move his car so she could park her own.

The woman in her early 70's asked a white man who was parked across two spaces if he could move slightly to make way for her vehicle.

He responded aggressively pushing the victim to the ground leaving her needing hospital treatment.

The incident occurred in the Borough road car park.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:02 pm  

Tuesday, 12 January 2010

Thames Tideway Tunnel - Hammersmith & Fulham
Planning applications for a huge sewer in Hammersmith & Fulham could be referred to the government for approval.

The new £2.2 billion super pipe is designed to stop some sewage spilling into the Thames during heavy weather.

The project will take at least 8 years to complete and be funded with increased water rates for residents of the borough.

People wishing to voice their views can contact:

Paul Bristow [email protected]
or log onto www.lbhf.gov.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:29 pm  

Have your say on Richmond School
People in Richmond are being encouraged to have their say about about the proposed academy for Shene School.

A series of meetings are taking place between now and the middle of next month.

The school is keen to get academy status following in the steps of the Whitton School and Hampton Community College.

January 26th 7pm at the Shene School
January 28th 2pm at the Darell Primary School

Feb 1st 7pm at East Sheen Primary
Feb 2nd 3.30pm at Holy Trinity Church of England Primary
Feb 3rd 7pm at Kew Riverside Primary
Feb 4th 7pm at Sheen Mount Primary
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

H&F benefit cheat spent cash on cosmetic surgery abroad
A woman who conned Hammersmith & Fulham Council out of nearly £60-thousand in benefits – spent the money on cosmetic surgery.

41-year-old Nelli Kellaway travelled to Russia for breast implants and to have her teeth fixed.

She brought her daughter along to enjoy the same treatments.

Police discovered Kellaway was a secret landlords, raking in £100-thousand a year whilst still claiming housing benefit.

The council branded her “beyond brazen”.

She’ll be sentenced at Kingston Crown Court on Friday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 am  

Monday, 11 January 2010

Trains for Tuesday
FOR AN UP TO DATE TRAVEL REPORT CONTACT OUR TRAVEL TEAM ON 0208 288 1078

South West Trains is advising passengers of its plans to operate a normal timetable on Tuesday 12 January.

Train services are expected to run across all routes on the South West Trains network. Normal service has now been resumed between London Waterloo and Dorking and between London Waterloo and Hampton Court.

However, passengers should also be aware that, due to the recent adverse weather conditions, some trains will consist of fewer carriages than normal. Customer notices are being posted at stations to provide information on services which may be affected by shorter trains than normal.

As a precaution, South West Trains is still advising passengers to allow additional time for their journeys and to check before travel using any of the following options:
* Visit www.southwesttrains.co.uk
*Call the dedicated recorded information line for train services across the UK, on 08453 017 641. This line allows passengers to choose the train company they travel with and to hear recorded updates about any disruption.
* Other services provided by National Rail Enquiries (NRE), which include
- The NRE website at www.nationalrail.co.uk, which features a dedicated disruption page and live departure boards of train services.
- NRE's automated train tracker service on 0871 200 49 50, which will give passengers up-to-date information about their services.
- NRE's twitter updates, available by subscribing to @nationalrailenq.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:13 pm  

Woking McLaren
McLaren have moved to level the playing field between Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button announcing that both drivers will have new race engineers.

The team have assigned Andy Latham to the car of Hamilton, while World Champion Button will work with Danish-born Jakob Andreason.

Phil Prew, who had worked with 2008 title winner Hamilton, will take on a new role overseeing both crews as principal race engineer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

Surbiton Olympic Ice Skater
A Surbiton Ice skater has been selected to represent Great Britain at the winter Olympics in Vancouver in February.

Sarah Lindsay is one of two women competing in the short track speed skating event.

She previously competed at the Turin 2006 Olympic Winter Games and Salt Lake City in 2002.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:16 pm  

Employment rise
The rising numbers of people entering employment show positive signs we are coming out of a recession.

Latest figures from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation reveal a fifth consecutive increase of higher staff appointments.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

Surrey's speedy drivers targeted
A new campaign aimed at tackling speeding motorists has launched in Surrey today.

New information shows one third of collisions on the county’s roads between 2006 and 2008 were caused by speeding drivers.

The BEN campaign is all part of the Drive SMART initiative developed by the Surrey Safety Camera Partnership.

A poster of a small boy crying with the words ‘you were speeding when you killed Ben’s mum’ will be plastered on buses and billboards.

You can also hear it on Jackie.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

Victory in Putney

It’s a very happy new year for a music venue in Putney. The Half Moon has been saved after months of uncertainty.

Brewery Youngs wanted to turn the site into a gastro pub. But following various appeals, they’ve agreed to keep it as it was.

However help is still needed . . . . please visit www.halfmoon.co.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 pm  

Twickenham Runner
A Twickenham runner is set to under go blood tests after nearly collapsing after his race at the Edinburgh International Cross Country on the weekend.

Mo Farah who trained at St Mary's University in Strawberry Hill, required medical treatment after his 3rd place finish in the race.

He suffered similar problems after finishing second in the European Cross Country Championships in Ireland in December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:49 am  

Croydon parks face the public vote
Nearly 10-thousand people have decided which parks in Croydon should receive more than a millions pounds of investment.

A total of nine parks will share the cash pot, including Wandle Park, Thornton Heath Rec, Milne Park and Waddon Ponds.

People will now be asked to vote on how the money is spent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 am  

Man arrested at Heathrow charged over bomb threat
An airline passenger's due in court charged over a bomb threat.

58-year old Robert Fowles, from Dover in Kent, is also accused of being drunk on an Emirates flight to Dubai.

The plane was grounded at Heathrow airport on Friday night while armed police boarded.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

Former Hounslow policeman Ali Dizaei denies corruption in court
The former head of Hounslow Police – and former top cop at Scotland Yard Ali Dizaei will go on trial today accused of corruption.

He was arrested after a scuffle outside a Kensington restaurant in July 2008.

Dizaei’s accused of misconduct in a public office and perverting the course of justice.

The 47-year-old denies the offences.

His trial’s expected to last three weeks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

Teenager charged with halloween murder in Sutton
A third man arrested over the murder of a Sutton man last Halloween, will appear in court later.

The 17-year-old, who can’t be named for legal reasons was arrested in South Wimbledon and charged at the weekend.

Ben Gardner was attacked by a gang in Sutton town centre, in a row over a witches hat.

He died the following day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:13 am  

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