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Saturday, 20 February 2010

Sutton launches Poop Patrols

Dog owners who don’t clean up after their pets are being targeted in Sutton.

The local council and police are launching ‘poop patrols'.

Street Scene Officers will join forces with Safer Parks Police to patrol parks and residential areas across the borough.

Fines for not cleaning up after your pooch can be up to £1,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

Friday, 19 February 2010

Gardener Guilty of Coulsdon Murder



A man’s been found guilty of murdering a teacher from Coulsdon by an Old Bailey Jury.

50 year old gardener Peter Ling had admitted hitting Lynda Casey over the head with a piece of chalk.But he denied murder.

The Prosecution claimed he killed her out of jealousy after he found out she was going to leave him.

Her body was found in Banstead woods last august five days after she was reported missing.

Her abandoned car was found nearby. Ling will be sentenced later.

The following statement has been released by Lynda’s daughters on behalf of the whole family:


“Mum is dearly missed by her family and everyone who knew her. She was a loving, cheerful and kind person who helped others wherever and however she could. She loved seeing others achieve their goals.

“She was always there for us day or night and was an intricate part of our lives, from picking up our children, to being there at the birth of all her grandchildren whom she adored. Every year we would all go on holiday together and spend Christmas together and these were her favourite times of year.

“She was a passionate gardener and had opened up her own garden to raise money for charity. She held down three jobs and had two allotments where we could all spend time together as a family.

“Mum was extremely well educated and accomplished a degree in teaching in her spare time as well as working and being a great mum and Nan. She was a romantic and loved all the classic novels, poetry and music. She would always be laughing and happy and was a flower child at heart. Her motto was live and let live.

“The void her untimely and tragic death leaves behind is immense, too deep and painful to put into words, not only for us, her daughters, but for her seven grandchildren who miss her terribly.

"Mum was really excited and looking forward to the birth of her new grandchild but was denied the chance to ever meet her. The baby will never have the chance to know mum and experience her love and warmth and our sister had a new baby without mum there to share her joy and give her advice.

“The suddenness and unfair circumstances in which mum died only compounds our grief as she was young and had so much to live for. We had so many plans together and being denied the chance to say goodbye is hard to bear.

“Mum was our mentor. Her enthusiasm, her innocent down-to-earth view on life, and her encouragement in all we embarked on has been taken from us - our lives will never be the same.

“There isn’t a day, hour or minute we don’t all think of her.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

Olympics Skeleton & Skiing


Team GB are in a commanding position heading into the final day of the Women's Skeleton & Kingston's Ed Drake is back on the slopes today.

David Harris Reports:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:40 pm  

Thursday, 18 February 2010

Troops march on Esher


A real homecoming

Our soldiers will get a heroes welcome when they parade through Esher today.

The Royal Artillery Troops have been stationed in Afghanistan for six months.

They’ll march through the high street starting at the police station at 10.30am.

They’ll finish at Sandown Park in time for the Royal Artillery Gold Cup Horse Race.

Radio Jackie listener Phil was there to show his support

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

CCTV stills released in bid to get more information on Croydon man's murder



Police have now traced the people in the images
This is the moment 26 year old wedding guest Mark Corcoran staggered into a shop asking for help after being stabbed.

He was attacked near to Crystal Palace's football ground on Valentines night and managed to raise the alarm, but died as paramedics were treating him.

Police would also like to speak to the girl in the image as she may have seen what happened.

If anyone has information or may know the witnesses featured in the CCTV images they should call police on 020 8721 4961; if you wish to remain anonymous please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

A man in his 40s was arrested on 16 February. He was bailed to return to south London police station on 17 February on a date in mid march. Enquiries continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

Chessington World Of Adventures ruthless publicity stunt


A pick and mix you won't want to try

Chessington World of Adventures is coming under fire from animal welfare experts.

The theme park is to offer visitors edible insects covered in chocolate this Friday.

Spare a thought for the cheese and bacon flavoured cricket or the chocolate ants.

Its all part of a publicity stunt for the site’s new Asian themed zone which is due to open soon.

Chessington told us all of the snacks are ethically produced.

Simon Cowell with Leatherhead based Wildlife Aid

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Clapham's Marathon Man

A man from Clapham is gearing up to run this year's London Marathon on April 25th.

Ric Toone will be running for UK Youth along with his brother and friend.

They chose this charity after hearing a talk by the head of UK Youth John Bateman. UK Youth is the leading youth work charity supporting over 750,000 young people, 40,000 volunteers and 7,000 youth projects, youth clubs and youth groups. UK youth helps young people to raise their aspirations, realise their potential and have their achievements recognised.

They're hoping to raise a massive three thousand pounds and need your help!

http://www.justgiving.com/knackeredforaruddygoodcause
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:37 pm  

Could Joe Cole be heading for Old Trafford..?
Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing Chelsea winger Joe Cole.

Cole has struggled to impress manager Carlo Ancelotti this season after returning from a knee injury.

With contract negotiations for a new deal stalled Cole, could be available on a free transfer in the summer.

Tottenham and AC Milan are also thought to be monitoring the situation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

Lewis Hamilton sets a fast time in testing
Lewis Hamilton managed to clock the second quickest time in pre-season testing in Jerez for the Woking based McLaren team.

Sabastian Vettel was the fastest.

Seven times world champion Michael Schumacher was sixth for Mercedes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 pm  

Sainsbury's gets the go ahead in Wandsworth
Plans have been approved for the redevelopment of Sainsbury’s supermarket in Wandsworth town centre.

The proposals involve extending the building onto the car park to create more space, plus a new hotel and retail outlet.

It will also include a café, learning centre and Shopmobility service for disabled customers.

The supermarket is expected to remain open throughout the construction period.

It’s expected more than 200 new jobs could be created by the expansion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

BA cabin crew vote to strike
Heathrow based British Airways cabin crew have voted in favour of a strike.

A meeting at Kempton Park has resulted in 12 thousand crew saying they will walk out in their ongoing dispute over job cuts, pay freeze and working conditions.

The Unite Union is expected to declare the result on Monday.

Its also expected to announce crews won’t walk out over the Easter break.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:29 pm  

Twickenham man refused life saving drugs
A man from Twickenham dying of leukaemia has been told he can’t have life saving drugs because they are too expensive.

31 year old Jed Alexander has been told he may only have five years to live if he doesn’t receive drugs Dasantinib or Nilitinib.

Both drugs, which cost around 30 thousand a year, are handed out to patients in Scotland and Wales.

But the National Institute for health and excellence say they are not cost effective as there are similar drugs available already.

MP for Twickenham and Lib Dem Treasury Spokesman Vince Cable has pledged to fight on Mr Alexander’s behalf.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

Man on trial goes on the run

A man suspected of taking part in an armed robbery at a Heathrow airport warehouse has gone on the run from his trial.

Scotland Yard's warning the public to beware of Peter Blake who's described as "dangerous".

He's one of four people on trial at London's High Court in relation to the 1-point-75 million pound heist in 2004.

It's being heard without a jury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:25 pm  

Man critical after tram crash in Merton Park
A man’s in a critical condition in hospital after the van he was driving collided with a tram in Merton Park.

The crash happened at twenty to three yesterday afternoon on Kingston Road.

The man in his 40’s has been taken to St George’s in Tooting.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 am  

UFO spotted over Stamford Bridge..?
A UFO was spotted over Chelsea's Stamford Bridge back in 1999.

A police officer says it hovered over the football ground for 15 seconds - slowly changing shape.

The sighting's one of hundreds described in secret files released by the MoD.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 am  

Fulham look to improve impressive record
Fulham take an impressive defensive record into their Europa League last 32 tie with Shakhtar Donetsk.

They haven't conceded a goal in their last four outings ahead of their first leg fixture with the Ukranian holders.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:20 am  

Chemmy Alcott and Sarah Lindsay compete again in Vancouver
Two South West London Olympians are back in action later.

Twickenham’s Chemmy Alcott goes in the Super combined downhill and slalom.

Yesterday she finished 13th in the downhill race which was won by American favourite Lindsay Vonn.

Surbiton’s Sarah Lindsay will be hoping to get her Olympic dream back on track in the 1000 metres short track speed skating heats.

In the early hours of this morning she was disqualified from the 500 metres quarter finals.

It’s after judges decided she was at fault after clashing with Canada’s Jessica Gregg.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:18 am  

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Surbiton Skater Sarah Lindsay


Ice skater Sarah Lindsay from Surbiton is competing in her 3rd Olympics poised for one of her best chances of a medal.

She cruised through the heats of the Women’s Short Track 500m and will be hopeful of a strong performance in the finals.

Radio Jackie reporter David Harris caught up with Sarah’s mum Judy ahead of her event.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 pm  

Tributes for Egham Professor
Tributes have been paid to an Egham based Professor who died after being knocked off his bike yesterday.

46 year old David Vilaseca Perez lectured in Hispanic studies at the Royal Holloway.

He died less than 100 yards from his home after colliding with a skip lorry near Tower Bridge.

He’s been described as a brilliant scholar by his colleagues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:55 pm  

Brentford defender on loan to Wycombe Wanderers
Brentford central defender Alan Bennett has joined Wycombe Wanderers on a month’s loan.

He lead the Bees to promotion from League Two last term but has not started a League One game for Andy Scott's men in three months.

He’s made just 16 appearances for Brentford this season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:53 pm  

Theft in Cobham
Police are following up several lines of inquiry after an attempted cash machine robbery in Cobham.

In the early hours of this morning offenders attempted to remove the ATM from the Sainsbury’s petrol station on Portsmouth Road.

They were disturbed by police and ran off leaving implements and a white transit van at the scene.

5 males arrested soon after are still being questioned.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:52 pm  

Chelsea players nominated for award
Chelsea team-mates Didier Drogba and Michael Essien have been nominated for the 2009 African Footballer of the Year award.

They helped their respective countries, Ivory Coast and Ghana, qualify for the World Cup in South Africa later this year.

The two countries, plus Algeria, were announced as nominees for the African National Team of the Year.

The winners will be announced on March 11th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:51 pm  

Pickpocket jailed
A pickpocket from Brixton has been sentenced to 15 months in prison after a series of offences.

The Met Police’s Pickpocket Squad arrested Philip Robertson after he attempted to steal from an elderly woman on a bus in Southwark.

He moved close to the woman and used his coat as a decoy as he put his hand in her pocket.

He was then apprehended by officers.

The 48 year old, was already serving two suspended sentences for similar offences.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:50 pm  

Explanations called for after 5 Thames crossings closed
Transport for London is under pressure to explain why it has closed five Thames crossings simultaneously.

The Albert Bridge in Chelsea, Hammersmith, Southwark and Waterloo are all experiencing full or part lane closures.

There’s also an overnight ban on southbound traffic using the Blackwall tunnel until 2012.

Motoring groups including the RAC say the closures are unacceptable as TfL has a responsibility to keep traffic flowing.

We’ll keep you fully updated with travel reports.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

Ali Dizaei faces expulsion from the Black Police Association
Ali Dizaei could face expulsion from the Black Police Association – which he once led – after his fraud conviction.

The former head of Hounslow police is currently serving a 4-year sentence at Wandsworth prison for framing an associate.

Members of the group will meet tomorrow to confirm he’ll get the boot.

Dizaei who plans to appeal his conviction will be allowed to rejoin the group if he clears his name.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:43 pm  

Unemployment in London rises
Unemployment in London is up - bucking the national trend.

In the three months to December – the total for the capital stood at just over 370 thousand - a rise of 3,000 from the previous quarter.

It means London has one of the highest rates of unemployment in the country at just over 9 %.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:42 pm  

New appeals after robbery in Ashford
Police are making new appeals after two gunmen robbed a travel agency in Ashford escaping with thousands of pounds in cash.

The men threatened two female employees at the Thomson branch in Church Road yesterday morning.

The women and a customer were moved into a toilet at the back of the shop during the raid.

Detectives say it was a hostile robbery that’s left those in the shop in a severe state of shock.

Police say the robbers left in a silver Mercedes, which was driven by a third suspect.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:40 pm  

Surrey Hospital Trust criticised for selling drugs abroad
A Surrey hospital trust's been criticised after it admitted selling drugs worth more than 4 million pounds abroad.

The Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust said it'd made a 300-thousand pound profit from the trade during the past year.

It claims it sold drugs under licence and none were in short supply.

The Department of Health declared the practice to be "wholly unacceptable."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:37 pm  

Problem Chertsey couple given ASBO
A nuisance couple from Chertsey have been hit with a 5 year ASBO.

The problem two are now banned from drinking alcohol and begging in Surrey.

29 year old Trevor Davison and 21 year old Kerri Turner were known to cause trouble in a number of locations in Egham, Chertsey and parts of Spelthorne.

Their relentless behaviour has caused problems for months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 pm  

Delays on the A3
Motorists face lengthy tailbacks in both directions on the A3 near Robin Hood roundabout at Kingston Vale over the next few days.

It’s as gas board engineers carry out emergency repairs to a leaking gas main.

The works are due to continue until sometime tomorrow.

While the repairs are being completed, traffic in both directions will be restricted to a single lane.

We will have more information in our travel bulletins.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 pm  

Jenson Button is Britain's most polluting star
Formula One world champion Jenson Button could be giving his Woking outfit a bad name.

He’s been named as the most polluting star motorist in Britain according to a survey by the city car club.

His fleet of expensive cars means his carbon footprint is three times the average CO2 output of most drivers.

The racer, who joined McLaren this year, has pipped the likes of Simon Cowell and Gordon Ramsay to the post.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:32 pm  

Monaco Millionaires Ultimatum
Britain’s so called Monaco Millionaires are getting an ultimatum.

The court of appeal has ruled they must sever all ties with Britain or pay their huge tax bills.

The ruling applies to Topshop entrepreneur Sir Philip Green whose wife is domiciled in Monaco.

It also applies to businessman Guy Hands who is scrupulous about the 90 day restriction on time spent in Britain.

Its alleged he avoids using Heathrow but flies long haul from Paris or Frankfurt instead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:29 pm  

A Woman from Battersea threatened with legal action over her dogs.
A woman living on a Battersea council estate has been threatened with legal action over her dogs.

The animals are alleged to have been involved in a series of vicious attacks in the area – killing another dog and biting an owner.

The woman, who’s not being named for legal reasons, has been warned that unless she complies with the ban, the council will take out an injunction.

It would prevent her from keeping dogs whilst she remains a resident on the estate.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 pm  

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Anna Hemmings MBE


A radio Jackie journalist met the Queen earlier.

Anna Hemmings has been awarded an MBE in the New Year’s honours list for services to sport.

She’s a six times world champion kayaker and represented Great Britain at two Olympic games.

Anna is delighted with the achievement.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:35 pm  

Medal hopes in Curling & Snowboarding
We could see Great Britain's first Winter Olympics medal later today. Zoe Gillings has a realistic chance of a top-three finish in the ladies' snowboard cross.

Kingston's Ed Drake will be looking to improve on his 38th place in the men's downhill as he competes in both the Super Combined and the Super Combined Slalom.


With the constant sweeping and brushing, curling is often thought of as the sport of choice for the traditional housewife.

The British men's team open their campaign tonight, they're current world champions and are one of Britain's best hopes for a winter Olympic medal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:35 pm  

Schools minister pays Surbiton students a visit

Michael Gove MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Schools, visited Surbiton last week, with Helen Whately, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Kingston and Surbiton.

Mr Gove visited one othe borough's primary schools, to learn how it's coping with two bulge classes as well as its recent high rating in its Ofsted inspection.

He then met teachers, school governors and parents in Surbiton to discuss their concerns about education locally. The need for more schools and lack of sites was a hot topic. The challenge accessing support services for children with special needs was also raised during the visit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:55 pm  

Monday, 15 February 2010

Staines Fire
A project to restore a 60’s VW camper van went up in smoke in Staines this afternoon.

Fire crews were called to Fielding Avenue just off the Staines Road at around 2pm to attend a blaze at a garage.

The road was closed and ambulance services were also on the scene but there have been no reported injuries.

Police are advising people to keep their windows closed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:25 pm  

Downhill Sking Preview

The Men's Downhill Skiing gets under way this evening with Kingston's Ed Drake competing at his first Olympic games.

The 24-year-olds preparations have been hampered by bad weather in Vancouver but he is hopeful for a top 20 finish.

Former British number 1 and Ski Sunday presenter Graham Bell gave us his insights on the history of the event.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:29 pm  

Surrey Motorists
Almost half of all motorists in Surrey believe there should be harsher penalties for people who use a mobile phone whilst driving.

New research reveals nearly 15% have used a mobile at the wheel with an increasing number surfing the net and checking emails.

Motoring expert Simon Henrick has this advice for drivers who flout the law.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:25 pm  

CHASE announces its first midnight walk.


It will be taking place this May to celebrate Children’s Hospice Week (15-22 May).

The CHASE Superheroes Night Walk, will take place on Saturday 22 May with a 10 mile route starting and finishing at the new state-of-the-art Surrey Sports Park in Guildford.

The charity is encouraging people to enter the walk for their superhero. The walk is open to men and women over 16 and will raise funds to support local families with life-limited children.

CHASE Head of Fundraising and Marketing, Jenny Edwards said: “At CHASE, the families we support are the true superheroes, having to face very difficult situations together. Enter the CHASE Superheroes Night Walk and walk 10 miles at night for your hero whilst raising as much money as you can to help support local families with life-limited children.

To find out more about the walk, to book your place or to volunteer at the event, visit www.chasecare.org.uk/nightwalk, call 01483 454213 or email [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:13 pm  

Sunday, 14 February 2010

Loved up couples . . . and a Jackie presenter . . . . take the plunge




It was a valentines day to remember for couples in Epsom this morning.

They paired up to abseil down the Queens Stand at Epsom Downs for Children's Cancer Charity Clic Sargent.

Jackie presenter Chris Wood decided to take up the challenge to help raise awareness of the charity and what it does.

He managed the abseil in 10 minutes. It's thought over a thousand pounds was raised during the event.

One of the models from the wedding show demonstrated the abseil in a wedding dress.

And the grand total was . . . . . £3994.86!

For more information log onto www.clicsargent.org.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:35 pm  

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