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Saturday, 6 March 2010

Saturday Sport

Fulham are in quarter final action, with a look ahead at today’s sport.

David Harris reports


In the FA Cup Fulham take on Tottenham at 5:20pm. The Cottagers had an exceptional February going the entire month undefeated.

Their forte this season seems to be cup competitions with a Europa Tie against Juventus coming up in a few weeks.

In the Championship Crystal Palace face Sheffield United and its Ex Eagles Manager Neil Warnock’s first match in charge of QPR who are home to West Brom.

In league 1 Brentford travel to 2nd place Leeds. The Bee’s will be buzzing to get back on the pitch after last weeks game with Tranmere was postponed.

In the Ryman Premier AFC Wimbledon are home to Altringham.

In the Heineken Cup Harlequins are home to Worcester at the Stoop.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

Friday, 5 March 2010

Extra Heathrow Express
The Heathrow Express service between the airport and central London is being expanded this weekend for extra passengers as the Piccadilly Line will be suspended in sections for engineering work.

The train service on Saturday 6th March and Sunday 7th March is adding an additional 640 seats per hour. However, tube tickets and Oyster cards cannot be used on the trains.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 pm  

Man jailed for rape in Thornton Heath
A man from Thornton Heath has today been jailed for 10 years for rape.

27 year old Raja Chandi pleaded guilty to one charge of rape and one of assault by penetration at an earlier hearing.

The court heard how he dragged his 44 year old female victim into a side alleyway off London Road last July.

She was returning home to Thornton Heath after a night out in central London.

Detectives said at the time how the attack was very nasty and and the victim was afraid to go out after dark.

Chandi received 8 years for rape and 2 for assault by penetration. He’ll serve them concurrently.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:02 pm  

Nursery worker charged with assault
A nursery worker's been charged with two counts of common assault relating to a two year old boy in Twickenham.

The 21-year-old was questioned by police after concerns were raised over an alleged incident in January.

It’s alleged he slapped the boy over the head with some plastic gloves.

He’ll appear at Richmond Magistrates court on Wednesday March 17th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:46 pm  

Amanda Knox lawyers begin appeal
Lawyers for Amanda Knox - the American convicted of murdering Coulsdon exchange student Merdith Kercher in Italy - have been asked to begin appeal proceedings.

It seems it will centre on the motivation for the verdict at the court in Perugia in December.

Knox and co-defendant Raffaele Sollecito were given sentences of more than 20 years for the killing in 2007.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:03 pm  

Ray Wilkins backs Joe Cole to come back this summer
Chelsea assistant manager Ray Wilkins has backed Joe Cole to regain his England place ahead of the World Cup.

The Blues midfielder has struggled for form this season after a serious knee injury.

He was left out of Fabio Capello's squad to play Egypt, but Wilkins thinks Cole will be back come the summer.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 pm  

Chelsea's Frank Lampard speaks about his week
After the international break, it's a return to domestic action for Chelsea's stars this weekend.

The holders host Stoke for a place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.

Blues star Frank Lampard has been reflecting on a week of England exploits for he and team-mate John Terry.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

Twelve people convicted of smuggling skunk
Twelve people have been convicted after Britain's biggest ever cannabis smuggling trial.

The gang hid skunk - the super strong variety of cannabis - in flower boxes brought over from Holland.

At one point they were making more than a million pounds a week.

Dutch detective Thom Hoekstra was involved in the Scotland Yard investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 pm  

Gordon Borwn at the Iraq Inquiry
Gordon Brown has defended the decision to invade Iraq.

Giving his evidence to the Chilcot Inquiry, the Prime Minister expressed his sadness for the loss of life in the conflict.

But he insisted it had been necessary for the international community to confront Saddam Hussein.

Mr Brown was Chancellor at the time of the Iraq conflict.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:18 pm  

Strettle speaks to Jackie ahead of this weekend's clash with Worcester


Harlequins take on Worcester tomorrow at The Stoop tomorrow.

They’re currently two points ahead of the Warriors in the premiership.

Quins and England Saxons winger David Strettle spoke to our sports correspondant Amy-Lou Holden.

He previewed the game ahead, talked Martin Johnson and motorbikes, and shed the light on speculation that he could be moving to Leicester.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

Skunk trafficking gang face jail
Members of a gang behind the country's biggest skunk trafficking operation are facing jail.

They made millions smuggling in tonnes of the super-strong variety of cannabis in flower boxes from Holland.

12 people have now been convicted of involvement and are due to be sentenced at Southwark Crown Court in London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Cheryl Cole makes first appearance since break up
Cheryl Cole's due to make her first official public appearance since her marriage broke up, tomorrow.

The singer who lives in Surrey is performing on the Danish version of The X Factor.

She's refused to pull out, despite showing the strain since she announced she was splitting from Chelsea footballer Ashley last week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:51 pm  

Weekend Sport
Its FA Cup Weekend with Fulham and Chelsea both looking to secure their place in the semi-final.

David Harris reports



Its an all London affair as Fulham play host to Spurs on Saturday.

The Cottagers went the whole of February undefeated thumping 4 past Notts County in the last round.

Chelsea face a tricky Stoke side who have already seen Arsenal off in the cup this season and will have to be wary of the Delap thunder throw.

In the Championship, Crystal Palace were spitting feathers after the news Neil Warnock would be heading away from the Eagles nest to take charge of QPR.

He guides the Super Whites on Saturday at home to West Brom while Palace squawk it out with Sheffield United at Selhurst Park.

In the Ryman Premier AFC Wimbledon are home to Altringham.

In the Heineken Cup Harlequins face Worcester at the Stoop.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

John Lund - Wife Carrier
The third annual wife carrying race takes place in Dorking this Sunday.

Competitors will need to carry their wife along a 250 metre course, with added obstacles.

We spoke to seasoned pro John Lund who told us how he’s been trying to keep his wife nice and light for the race.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:47 pm  

Fundraiser in Chessington for cystic fibrosis
A fundraiser will take place in Chessington on Saturday night to raise vital funds for people with cystic fibrosis.

22 year old Portia Jones suffers from the condition and is on the transplant list for a new pair of lungs.

A charity night will be held at the Travel Inn at Chessington World of Adventures from 6 o’clock.

Portia says a lot of people don’t understand the severity of the condition.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:42 pm  

Nursery worker in Twickenham arrested
A nursery worker's been arrested over claims he mistreated a two-year-old boy in his care.

The 21-year-old was questioned by detectives then bailed after concerns were raised over an alleged incident in Twickenham.

A file of evidence has been passed to prosecutors.

The man's been sacked and a second member of staff suspended.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 pm  

Marathon Man
Richmond Upon Thames College lecturer Jason Arday will be running the London Marathon route 30 times in 35 days.

Seasoned fundraiser Jason will be running in aid of charities Shooting Star and Shelter, aiming to raise between £7,500 and £10,000.

Aiming to run the route under six hours each time he told us how he's been preparing

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:51 pm  


A banner signed by hundreds of people fighting Richmond Park charges has been handed to the Prime Minister.

Conservative hopeful Zac Goldsmith made the trip to Downing Street yesterday afternoon with Putney MP Justine Greening.

The banner was signed by protestors attending a mass rally against the charges in January.

He claims he’s persuaded the Tories to drop the introduction of parking charges to Richmond and Bushy if they win the next election.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 pm  

Lib Dems attack Tories over Richmond Park parking charges
Richmond Park’s current MP is claiming the Tories won’t support a motion that would stop parking charges.

Lib Dem Susan Kramer says they won’t back the so called ‘fatal motion’ tabled in the House of Lords by Baroness Jenny Tonge.

She claims its all part of a party political campaign.

A debate at the house is due to take place next Wednesday to see if the charges can be scrapped.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:36 pm  

Warning to drivers over Hackbridge roadworks
Careless drivers are speeding through road works set up in Hackbridge.

Temporary traffic lights have been put into place on the London Road Bridge while it undergoes repairs.

But Sutton Council says it’s had to issue warnings to drivers who continuously jump the red lights.

Officer patrols have also been increased along the stretch as a result.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 pm  

Court case looms
Guide Dogs for the Blind is to be allowed to take Kensington and Chelsea council to court.

The charity has won the right to a judicial review into the council’s plans to rebuild Exhibition Road.

The 30 million pound redevelopment involves getting rid of the kerb and adding street furniture to make it more pedestrianised.

However charity leaders claim this will make the route more dangerous for those with sight difficulties.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:31 pm  

Lewis Hamilton admits Alonso mistake
Lewis Hamilton has admitted that he mishandled the situation alongside Fernando Alonso during his Formula 1 rookie season at McLaren in 2007.

The Woking based driver says he had "misinterpreted and misunderstood the goals and how the team worked".

Alonso left McLaren after one year but Hamilton said he would not make the same errors alongside Jenson Button this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Trash tax..?
A privacy group is warning that local councils could be planning a 'trash tax'.

The number of authorities installing microchips in household bins has increased by two thirds in a year - at a cost of 1-million pounds.

Among the councils to have the devices fitted are Woking and Spelthorne council, which each had over 30-thousand installed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 pm  

Man jailed for fatal accident on the A3
A man from Surrey has been jailed for 11 years for his part in a fatal road accident on the A3 near Cobham.

44 year old Dean Girdler from Woodham pleaded not guilty to 2 counts of causing death by dangerous driving.

61 year old Preston Trueick from Byfleet and 67 year old Catherine Cunningham from Hampshire both died at the scene in January 2008.

Police say his irresponsible actions led to the deaths of 2 people and welcome the lengthy custodial sentence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:28 pm  

Staines fans walk to Woking
Staines town are away to Woking tomorrow afternoon with many fans opting to walk and run to the match in aid of charity.

The sponsored walk aims to raise money for St Peters Hospital, which holds a special place in the hearts of Staines town fans.

Chairman Alan Boon is currently recovering from a triple bypass at their special unit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:26 pm  

Patient given wrong information - reports Surrey Comet
A patient arranged his own funeral after wrongly being told he had pancreatic cancer by Kingston Hospital.

50-year-old Anthony Harrison from Lambeth Avenue in Richmond rang his vicar to make plans to die.

But later tests showed he had been misdiagnosed, the Surrey Comet reports in today's paper.

The hospital said Mr Harrison's case was confidential - He says he just want some answers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:23 pm  

Two are bailed after body found in Woking
Two people arrested on suspicion of manslaughter after a body was discovered in Woking have been released on bail.

Stuart Britton's body was found in the garden of a property in Devonshire Avenue in Sheerwater on Saturday.

A 39-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and supplying controlled drugs has been bailed until May.

A 40 year old man arrested on suspicion of manslaughter has also been bailed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:21 pm  

Chelsea's Bosingwa's out for rest of season
Chelsea fullback Jose Bosingwa's been ruled out for the rest of the season.

The Portuguese international will also miss the World Cup.

Bosingwa's failed to recover properly from knee surgery, after damaging ligaments against Aston Villa in November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:19 pm  

Fulham eye FA Cup semi-final
Fulham host London rivals Tottenham tomorrow in the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Portsmouth are at home to Birmingham in the day’s other match.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 am  

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Reward after diamond is lost in South London

A desperate jeweller is offering a reward of two thousand pounds to find a lost diamond.

Nina Hilton was on her way to Hatton Gardens from Esher yesterday afternoon to get a load of jewellery valued.

She lost the gem while stopping for petrol at Sainsburys on the Wandsworth Road.



If you have any information please contact our news desk on 0208 288 1300
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

NSPCC Leatherhead closure
A campaign to stop the closure of the NSPCC centre in Leatherhead is gathering pace.

The nearest centre will be Croydon, being difficult to travel to, this would isolate many families in the Surrey area.

Nikki Bird explains the invaluable service that staff provide to victims there.



To sign the petition go to http://www.gopetition.com/online/33974.html
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:57 pm  

NHS Surrey wastes £8 million a year in repeat prescriptions
It was all aboard for NHS Surrey who took to a vintage double-decker bus to promote their latest campaign.

The big wheeler was used to drive home the message “the most costly NHS medicine is the one that is never taken”

The trust wastes £8million every year in over ordered repeat prescriptions, the equivalent weight of four double decker buses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:35 pm  

Ryan Sidebottom to miss England's test against Bangladesh
England fast bowler Ryan Sidebottom will miss the Test series against Bangladesh.

He’s flying home from the tour with an injury to his right thigh.

Middlesex seamer Steven Finn has been brought in as cover for Sidebottom and Stuart Broad, who has a back complaint.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

Prisoner requests IVF treatment
A drug dealer being held at Wandsworth prison is pleading with staff to let him father another child.

He’s applied for an artificial insemination programme from behind bars.

Scott Hurford still has 25-years of his sentence left to serve.

He narrowly escaped execution in Thailand, where he was caught with 250 tablets of speed in 2005.

The 34-year-old’s written to prison bosses and the NHS to clarify the rules on IVF treatment for inmates.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:31 pm  

Wandsworth has highest rate of adult learners
New figures show Wandsworth has more adult learners than any other inner London borough.

More than 11,000 people enrolled on an adult education course in 2008/9 - the highest rate per head of population in central London.

The majority of people did more than one course.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Cobham man refusing to give evidence at his own trial
A Cobham stockbroker accused of insider trading has refused to testify at his trial.

Malcolm Calvert is refusing to give evidence in his defence.

The 65-year-old is accused of using secret information to make up to 300-thousand-pounds.

He denies 12 counts of insider dealing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

Successful Surrey headteacher sets his sights on Putney school
A headteacher who transformed the fortunes of a secondary school in Surrey has been appointed the new head of a school in Putney.

Mark Phillips is expected to take up the reins at Elliott after the Easter break.

Before his new appointment, he was in charge at de Stafford School in Caterham, which he has successfully turned into one of the most improved schools in Surrey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Ali Dizaei moves prison for the second time
Shamed police chief Ali Dizaei has been moved to a prison primarily for sex offenders for his own safety.

The transfer to Category C Usk prison in Wales is the second move for the former head of Hounslow police.

He was initially held at Wandsworth but moved to Edmunds Hill after he’d received death threats.

The 47-year-old was later beaten unconscious and had a slop bucket poured over his head.

Dizaei is serving four years for framing an innocent man he owed money to.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:49 pm  

Missing boy found safe
Police have found a 12 year old boy who went missing in Croydon.

Trei Crane disappeared after going to a recruitment agency to meet his aunt but she wasn’t working.

He was found this morning in Reading and police say he’s safe and well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:48 pm  

NHS Surrey
It was all aboard for NHS Surrey who took to a vintage double-decker bus to promote their latest campaign.

The big wheeler was used to drive home the message “the most costly NHS medicine is the one that is never taken”

The trust wastes £8million every year in over ordered repeat prescriptions, the equivalent weight of four double decker buses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:41 pm  

Hammersmith Super-Sewer
Residents kicking up a stink in Hammersmith over a new super-sewer look set to have their views overlooked.

Plans for a £2.2million mega-pipe have been referred to the IPC, which means the final decision will be out of the hands of local councils.

Thames Water deems the project to be of national importance as it aims to cut the amount of sewage spilling into the Thames.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:31 pm  

Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Wife carrying race in Dorking
Dorking’s third annual wife carrying race takes place this Sunday.

Competitors carry a ‘wife’ around the course, who can be male or female and doesn’t have to be the wife of their carrier.

Prizes are tempting with the winners winning a barrel of beer, and last place getting a pot noodle and a tin of dog food.

Organiser Robert McCaffrey tells us what the runners and their wives for the day can expect:
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

Hounslow tax freeze
Hounslow Council have agreed to freeze council tax for the fourth year running.

Councillors decided not to raise the fee, despite planning to invest an additional 2 point 3 million pounds in children's services.

And an extra one million pounds in highway maintenance.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:58 pm  

New playground for Sutton
A new children's playground is to open in Sutton, at Hamilton Avenue Recreation Ground next week.

The play park forms part of Sutton Council's one million pound redevelopment near the Kimpton Industrial Park.

Improvement works such as landscaping, new sports facilities and better lighting for the area are all part of the plan.

The grand opening takes place next Monday afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:57 pm  

Rising house prices impact first time buyers
Rising house prices in London has hit first time buyers.

The amount of first timers registering interest has dropped to 10%, down from 17% at the start of last year.

The end of the stamp duty break may have had an effect,

But, with few London properties in the lower price threshold, the tax break didn't benefit many new buyers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:55 pm  

Plan to extend platforms in South West London
There’s plans to lengthen platforms at three stations in South West London.

The aim is to ease overcrowding on peak hour services into Waterloo.

Commuters travelling on the Windsor line from Putney, Wandsworth Town and Clapham Junction will all benefit.

Network Rail says they hope to have extended 10-car trains running between Windsor and Waterloo by the end of 2011.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:53 pm  

Could you capture the essence of Richmond in 90 seconds?
Richmond Council and Film London are challenging film enthusiasts to make a short film on what the borough means to them.

The winner of the competition will receive £300, and their film could be crowned The Best of Film London in 90 Seconds, if it manages to beat other London borough winners.

The films will be judged by a panel of experts.

A free workshop on film techniques, story-boarding and editing will be held in Richmond on 20 March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:52 pm  

Harlequin's new signing
Wakefield’s Kyle Bibb has joined Harlequins Rugby League on a one month loan deal.

The Wildcats prop will feature in Friday’s squad, when Quins travel to take on Leeds Rhinos.

This comes as hooker Ben Kaye goes out to Championship side Featherstone Rovers, also on a one month loan.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

River Wandle clean up in Mitcham
A six week clean up of the river Wandle in Poulter Park is gathering pace.

Workers from construction company Carillion rolled up their sleeves earlier this week to help clear vegetation and shrubs.

The main aim of the scheme is to restore the river around the park in Mitcham to its former glory.

The Wandle is what’s known as a chalk stream, when clear and fast flowing water runs over clean gravel.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:23 pm  

Zac Goldsmith to visit Kingston Mosque next week
It’ll be a family affair for Zac Goldsmith when he visits Kingston’s mosque next week.

Richmond’s Conservative hopeful will make the trip with his sister Jemima and her ex husband Imran Khan.

The trio will be talking to mosque goers next Friday lunchtime.

Khan is best known for his cricketing skills with the Pakistani team while Jemima is a UNICEF ambassador.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 pm  

Ex boyfriend of woman stabbed on Lavender Hill on trial
The Old bailey’s heard how a woman was stabbed to death in Lavender Hill by an infatuated ex boyfriend.

23 year old Gemma Dorman was targeted as she walked back to the Amazing Thai restaurant from a nearby cash machine in July 2008.

The prosecution claims 25 year old Vikramgit Singh killed her after she refused his advances.

She had been due to move abroad with a new boyfriend and had made calls to the police saying she was being stalked.

The trial continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 pm  

Richmond Park MP refused freedom of information request
Richmond Park’s MP has slammed the Government’s refusal to publish plans surrounding Kingston Hospital.

Lib Dem Susan Kramer claims Labour is secretly hoping to axe vital services including A&E and maternity.

Department of Health officials have denied her a freedom of information request surrounding any plans they might have.

Ms Kramer says people have the right to know how they’ll be affected.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:14 pm  

Richmond's walking bus
A walking bus. – The newest method of transport for pupils and parents from The Vineyard School in Richmond.

Parents came up with the idea, and worked with the school and Council to make it happen.

Funding was secured to get high-visibity jackets for the children to wear on the 20 minute walk.

Pupils are dropped off at Richmond Bridge each morning, where they form into a ‘walking bus,’ accompanied by two parents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 pm  

Public transport bugging you?
We’re not the only ones using our commuter trains.

According to a report by Rentokil, up to a thousand cockroaches are catching trains at any one time as well.

The average bus is also home to the pests along with bed bugs and fleas.

The company, which is in charge of disinfecting public transport, claims people’s eating habits are encouraging them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 pm  

Fire in Brixton
A man’s been rescued from a burning sixth floor flat in Brixton.

Fire crews were called to Deepdene Gardens at 8’o’clock last night.

They’re not sure how the blaze started – but an investigation’s begun.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 pm  

Work started on changing 90,000 street lights in Surrey
Work’s begun to replace nearly 90,000 street lights in Surrey.

The current orange lamps will be replaced with brighter white lights to increase visibility.

It’s expected to reduce the amount of carbon emissions by more than 60,000 tonnes over 25 years.

It expected to save 12 million pounds in electricity bills and contract costs.

The lights can be controlled from a centre in Guildford and can dimmed in different areas and at dawn and dusk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:02 pm  

Instant HIV test for £79
A new scheme to help test for HIV is being launched for the first time today.

Six Superdrug stores across the UK, including Croydon, are launching a new £79 InstiTest.

The test, carried out by trained nurses, gives results in just 60 seconds and in trials has shown to be 99.96 per cent accurate.

The move has been welcomed by the National Aids Trust.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Brixton church leader jailed
A Brixton church leader has been branded ‘the most dishonest man in Britain’, after being jailed for nine years for smuggling illegal immigrants into the country in return for cash.

Croydon Crown Court heard how the Reverend Anthony Quarco charged £40,000 a time to claim applicants were choir members.

He was found guilty of 14 immigration offences, including misconduct in a public office and money laundering.

Police uncovered the scam a year ago after raiding his two properties in Croydon and South Norwood.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:59 pm  

Britian dragged into war criminal row between Serbia and Bosnia
Britain has been dragged into a bitter political row between Serbia and Bosnia after the arrest of a suspected war criminal.

Ejup Ganic was arrested at Heathrow Airport on Monday after Serbia asked for him to be extradited for allegedly killing wounded Bosnian Serb soldiers during the Balkan Wars.

But Bosnian authorities have dismissed the claims as “a publicity stunt” and want him extradited to Sarajevo instead.

Dr Ganic has been detained at Wandsworth Prison, with an extradition hearing scheduled for the end of the month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:56 pm  

Man cleared of murder after armed intruders broke into his flat
A man who killed an armed robber and seriously injured another after they broke into his flat has been cleared of murder.

Samuel Quamina was acquitted at Croydon Crown Court over the killing of Norbury resident Perry Nelson Junior.

The court ruled the 49-year-old had used ‘reasonable force’ to defend himself from the gang of three armed intruders.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:53 pm  

What’s your ONEGOODTHING?


Hampton based Children’s hospice launches new campaign to raise funds for care services

The Shooting Star Children’s Hospice is calling on local Sainsbury’s shoppers to donate ONEGOODTHING to Shooting Star’s shops in order to raise money for the hospice’s care services.

Until the end of this week (5th March) volunteers will hand out ONEGOODTHING carrier bags to shoppers at Sainsbury’s St Clares (Uxbridge Road), asking them to donate an unwanted, quality items from home and return it in the bag before Monday 15 March.

The donated items will be then be sold in Shooting Star’s six charity shops across south-west London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Convicted Paedophile found dead at Wandsworth Prison.
A convicted paedophile's been found hanging in his prison cell.

30-year-old Barry Camwell was an inmate at Wandsworth Prison in south west London.

It's believed he killed himself.

Camwell was jailed for eight years in 2002 for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old schoolgirl in Dover, Kent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:55 pm  

Lewis Hamilton names Ferrari as biggest rival
Lewis Hamilton has tipped Ferrari as his McLaren team's biggest rival on the eve of the new Formula 1 season.

The 2008 champion, who set the fastest time as pre-season testing says he’s expecting a close battle.

The first race of the season is in Bahrain next Sunday at mid-day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:51 pm  

School places website up and running again
A website used by parents across London to find out if their child got the secondary school place of their choice has become operational again.

The e-admissions site was unavailable for more than seven hours earlier.

It affected just over 30,000 applicants who registered online in London and Surrey.

The site went down early this morning but was up and running again just before mid-day.

Parents are also getting letters.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:49 pm  

Ancelotti says no to Italy
Carlo Ancelotti has ruled out becoming the next Italy manager.

He's been linked with succeeding Marcello Lippi after the World Cup.

But the Chelsea boss says he'd prefer to remain in London, and lead his team to a Champions League final.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:01 pm  

Two men arrested after death in Woking
Two men have been arrested in connection with a man's death in Woking.

The body of 34-year-old Stuart Britton from Sheerwater was found in a garden in Devonshire Avenue on Saturday lunchtime.

A post mortem's due to be held this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Dr. Rowan Williams to visit Surrey today
The Archbishop of Canterbury will be in Surrey later.

Dr Rowan Williams will be talking about a range of topics, from life as Archbishop, to contemporary issues at the University of Surrey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

New manager in the driving seat for Hamilton?
Lewis Hamilton is looking for a new manager after ending his partnership with his dad.

Anthony Hamilton has guided his son's career since he started karting aged eight.

Lewis, who drives for Woking-based McLaren, says he would never have reached Formula One without his father's help but admits they both feel it's time for a change.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:52 pm  

Arrest on plane coming into Heathrow
A woman's been arrested on board a flight heading into Heathrow.

She was held on suspicion of endangering the American Airlines aircraft from Dallas.

Police won't tell us her age or nationality but have confirmed the incident is not terror related.

The Ministry of Defence says two Typhoon fighters were called in to help - but they didn't escort the plane in.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:49 pm  

Charlie Dimmock supports campaign to protect the River Wandle
Sutton’s River Wandle is at danger from invasion of unwanted plants.

The ‘Be Plant Wise’ campaign is urging residents to be careful how they dispose of foreign weeds.

The plants can threaten the natural eco system of the river and can cause flooding.

Celebrity gardener Charlie Dimmock supports the campaign saying that it’s vital to prevent our waterways from getting overrun.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:26 pm  

Maternity service at West Middlesex Hospital passes strict assessment for its patient safety
The maternity service at West Middlesex Hospital has achieved the highest possible standard for its patient safety.

A strict assessment was carried out by the NHS under its Clinical Negligence Scheme.

It looked at clinical risk management and record keeping.

Dr Fabian Imoh-Ita says the service must now work hard to maintain standards.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:20 pm  

MP Paul Burstow calls for better access for blind people
The NHS must improve access for blind people. That’s the message from Sutton and Cheam MP Paul Burstow.

He says more needs to be done to meet the needs of those unable to see.

Health information is currently given to blind and partially sighted people in ordinary print regardless of whether they can read it or not.

97% of blind and partially sighted people have said they feel it’s important that health information should be given in a format they can read themselves.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 pm  

Harlequin's Matt James to leave the club
Harlequins Rugby League prop Matt James has cancelled his contract at the club.

The 22 year old wants to return home to the north of england and will continue to play.

His contract was ended with mutual consent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:16 pm  

Lewis Hamilton happy with new car
Lewis Hamilton says he’s happy and comfortable with the McLaren MP4-25 he will race in this season.

The Formula 1 ace set the quickest time during pre-season test runs, beating the likes of Michael Schumacher and Felipe Massa.

Having made the final finishing touches to the new car, the team say they’re ready to rev in Bahrain.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:15 pm  

Sutton council has agreed to freeze council tax in the borough for the coming year.

A number of charges for residents services such as meals on wheels and parking fees will also be kept the same.

However, the borough’s budget has been tightened and the council will need to save £4.1 million over the year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:15 pm  

MP Tom Brake saves Carshalton cash machine
The last cash machine on Carshalton High Street has been saved.

MP Tom Brake intervened when Alliance and Leicester threatened to close the ATM.

After a successful petition and facebook campaign, the cash dispenser has been reinstated.

The new Sainsbury’s on the high street due to open in March will provide another ATM for the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 pm  

Chelsea football club no longer one of the richest in Europe
Chelsea’s has been pushed out of the elite top-5 richest football clubs in Europe.

The Blues slipped from fifth to sixth in Deloitte's annual study, with just over 200-hundred-million pounds annual turnover.

Four British clubs make it to the top ten.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:13 pm  

New equipment for Epsom Hospital thanks to Max Clifford
A group which raises money to buy new equipment for Epsom Hospital, has enjoyed something of a PR coup.

Weybridge-based publicist Max Clifford’s delivered new kit on their behalf.

Epsom Hospital took delivery of ten new patient trolleys, with a price tag normally of around 20-thousand pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:12 pm  

Electricirty to heat homes and power cars could pose risks to energy supplies
Using electricity to heat our homes and power our cars could pose “enormous risks” to Britain’s energy supplies.

That’s according to researchers at the University of Surrey.

They claim that switching to electric would undermine targets to cut emissions by 80 percent by 2050.

It’s also feared a higher peak demand could mean supplies are regularly cut off.

The rapid construction of new clean electricity plants would be needed to cope.

The study instead suggests making use of the waste heat produced by our existing fossil fuel burners.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:08 pm  

Wandsworth school places
Less than half of families in Wandsworth have seen their child offered their first choice of secondary school this year.

According to the Guardian, on average in London one-in-three families were rejected for their top choice school.

Yesterday we reported a sharp rise in applications to state schools in Surrey, as families struggle to afford private education.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

Staines men arrested in Bournemouth
A group of five men from Staines have been arrested after a man was attacked in Bournemouth.

The 22-year-old victim was walking through a park in the early hours of Saturday morning, when he was stabbed in the hand.

The five men all aged between 19 and 23, have been released on bail.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

Former Bosnian Vice President arrested at Heathrow Airport
A former Bosnian Vice President is being held in Britain accused of conspiracy to murder and killing wounded soldiers.

Ejup Ganic was arrested on behalf of Serbian authorities at Heathrow Airport yesterday afternoon.

The 63 year old faces extradition for his part in allegedly breaching the rules of the Geneva Convention.

His case will be put before a court on 29th March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

Inquest into falling lamp post
An inquest opens later into the death of a baby boy who was hit by a falling lamp post in Chiswick.

Tommy Hollis died last Thursday, just one day short of his first birthday.

He was with a carer at the time of the incident who wasn't hurt.

Work was being carried out in the area as part of a traffic and transport improvement scheme.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:03 pm  

Neil Warnock move to QPR not definate
Crystal Palace say the announcement of their manager Neil Warnock taking over at QPR is "premature".

Palace confirmed he was leaving Selhurst Park on their website last night.

But the administrators running the club have since added a new item saying a deal with QPR isn't yet complete.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

England's Twenty20 squad
England have named a 30 man preliminary squad ahead of the World Twenty20 tournament.

Surrey wicketkeeper-batsman Steve Davies is included, along with three Middlesex players.

After an impressive spell with England’s second string Steven Finn has been named as well as batsmen Owais Shah and Eoin Morgan.

The final squad of 15 will be announced before the tournament gets underway in the Caribbean in April.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:53 am  

Police appeal after a West Byfleet robbery attempt


Detectives in Woking have released CCTV images of two suspects linked to an attempted robbery in West Byfleet.

Last Friday a man broke into CAJ Clarke Jewellers on Old Woking Road, before being challenged by the owner and fleeing empty handed.

He then made his escape on the back of a green and black Kawasaki motorbike in the direction of Pyrford Lock.

Anyone with any information should contact Surrey Police or Crimestoppers anonymously.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:20 am  

Monday, 1 March 2010

Council accused of digging mass graves
Kensington and Chelsea Council bosses have spoken out over claims they are using so called common graves.

An Evening Standard report claims its just one of the capital’s councils placing more than one coffin in a grave to save space.

That’s despite it being one of the richest London Councils.

A spokesman told us the council does ‘offer communal graves. But their use is rare – approximately ten people a year.’

They told us it’s due to economic necessity and the fact a single grave plot can cost over three thousand pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:42 pm  

Man from New Malden killed in avalanche
A man from New Malden has been named as one of two killed in an avalanche last week.

Police have named 37 year old Robert Pritchard, along with 29 year old Christopher Walker from Cumbria.

The pair fell 15 hundred feet during the snow fall at Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands last Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:41 pm  

Surrey Council leader's new blog
The leader of Surrey County Council Dr Andrew Povey has launched a new blog aimed at talking directly to residents.

His first post focused on the issue of mineral sites in the county and an appearance on the BBC Daily Politics show to discuss the topic.

He used the blog to inform people they would still have ample opportunity to have their say on the governments targets on mineral locations in Surrey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:04 pm  

Richmond cycle path
More than £250,000 is to be spent on major improvement to Riverside Drive in Ham which will see a new cycle path installed.

Backed by Richmond Council's Cabinet Whitton's High Street will also be upgraded with street furniture and tree planting.

Its part of a £2million pound scheme which has already seen a substantial number of new tree's planted in North Barnes aimed at improving area's where residents live and shop everyday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:27 pm  

Shoppers flee Westfield after gas leak
Europe's largest shopping centre had to be evacuated after a gas leak last night.

Shoppers at Westfield were turned away from the mall in Shepherds Bush just after seven o'clock.

Some had to be treated by ambulance staff. Their conditions are unknown.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:15 pm  

Brothers ordered to pay up


Two serial robbers have been ordered to pay back more than 500 thousand pounds in costs.

Brothers Matthew and Daniel Mykoo, from Fulham, must share the amount between them.

They’re currently serving indeterminate sentences for a string of strangulation robberies committed between 2008 and 2009.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:13 pm  

Ashford benifit fraud
A woman from Ashford who claimed over £2,000 has been successfully convicted of benefit fraud.

28-year-old Clare Regan was found guilty to have been working in a second job whilst claiming jobseekers allowance.

She pleaded guilty to six offences and was has been given a criminal record and electronically tagged.

She was also ordered to pay £326 in prosecution costs to Spelthorne Council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:13 pm  

Thames barrier closed to protect the Capital
The Environment Agency closed the Thames Barrier again today at 10.30am to protect London from a tidal surge in the Thames estuary.

It's the third time the barrier has been closed since Saturday.

Weather patterns revealed a substantial surge event in the North Sea, with large waves a possibility in exposed coastal areas. In the Thames estuary the high tides were expected to translate to a half metre surge on top of the expected high tide.

The Environment Agency currently has 18 flood watches in force across London, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, Surrey, Berkshire and the Thames Valley.

Stay tuned to Jackie for your local flood update. Do you have information that would be valuable for the Travel or News team? If so, please call 0208 288 1300 24 hours a day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:13 pm  

Brothers ordered to compensate victims
Two serial robbers have been ordered to pay back more than 500 thousand pounds in costs.

Brothers Matthew and Daniel Mykoo, from Fulham, must share the amount between them.

They’re currently serving indeterminate sentences for a string of strangulation robberies committed between 2008 and 2009.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:02 pm  

Spelthorne benift fraud
A woman from Stanwell who conned the council out of more than £40,000 has been convicted of benefit fraud.

During a 3 year period the defendant claimed income support, housing benefit and council tax benefit without declaring she was working.

The 52-year-old was pleaded guilty to 11 offences at Staines Magistrates and was given a 3 year conditional discharge and ordered to pay the money back.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Man stabbed in Brixton Hill
A man remains in a critical condition after being stabbed in Brixton Hill yesterday evening.

Two other men were also involved in the incident.

All three men, believed to be in their twenties, were taken to south London hospitals.

Two were treated for cuts and bruises.

Two men have been arrested in connection with the incident.

Police are appealing for witnesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:03 am  

Fulham stay in top ten
Fulham are up to ninth in the Premier League following yesterday’s goalless draw away to Sunderland.

The Cottagers extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to eight games.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:38 am  

Sunday, 28 February 2010

Fatal fire in Chiswick investigated
Investigations are continuing after a woman died in a house fire in Chiswick on Friday night.

The whole of the roof and loft conversion were gutted at the property on Esmond Road.
The blaze broke out just before midnight and wasn’t under control until 5am.

The woman, who hasn’t been named, was found unconscious at the scene and later died.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:15 pm  

Croydon's prima turns ballerina


Kate Moss is said to be undergoing a three month intensive ballet training course in order to dance with respected ballet dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov for just one hour.

Croydon's most famous export is said to be hoping to appear in a one hour film with the 62 year old who is regarded as one of the greatest dancers of the modern era.

He also appeared in one of her favourite programmes Sex and the City.

The catwalk Queen will have to be in peak condition and it's thought she's been told to cut down on her partying before heading to New York next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:08 pm  

This is what she's used to . . . .



and this is what she's up against . . . .

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

Twickenham's Alcott's Olympic campaign ends
Twickenham’s Chemmy Alcott’s Winter Olympic campaign has ended in disappointment.

She failed to finish yesterday’s first run of the women’s slalom and didn’t qualify for the second and deciding run.

The gold medal went to the German Maria Riesch, her second of the games.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:25 am  

Surrey voices audition
Young people from across Surrey turned out yesterday to audition at Shepperton studios for the Voice In A Million Project.

The productions, which feature group and solo singing, are scheduled for Nottingham, Liverpool and the O2 arena later this year and in early 2011.

The event raises money for the British Association of Adoption and Fostering.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:18 am  

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