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Saturday, 17 April 2010

Dog kills child

A man's been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter after a one-year-old girl was attacked and killed by a dog.

Police were called to a house in Crawley in West Sussex, at just after midday after receiving reports the child had suffered head injuries and was unconscious.

She was rushed to East Surrey Hospital in Redhill, but pronounced dead shortly afterwards.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:40 pm  

Flight cancellation update Heathrow and Gatwick
Flights suspended until 07:00 tomorrow, Sunday 18 April
Last updated: 15:00, 17 April 2010

Following the latest advice from NATS, all flights to and from all BAA airports are suspended until 07:00 tomorrow at the earliest. Passengers due to fly today should not travel to these airports until further notice, and should remain in touch with their airlines.

We expect NATS to provide a further update around 21:00 today. We appreciate the continued patience of passengers at this difficult time and will provide updates as often as possible.

Stay tuned for travel updates throughout the weekend or email the team at [email protected] with your enquiry.

If you want to share your experience with others, email the Jackie News Team at [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:35 pm  

KINGSTON HOSPITAL: hot topic among three leaders
Kingston Hospital is making waves amongst the three main political leaders.

The hospital’s A&E and maternity units are facing closure according to the Lib Dems.

They claim they’ve uncovered secret Labour documents that say key units at London hospitals will be shut down to save money.

Kingston’s Conservatives say the Lib Dems are exaggerating the matter – but leader David Cameron says his party supports Kingston.

He visited the site on Galsworthy road at the weekend to speak to new and expectant mums.



But the Lib Dems still maintain the Conservatives don’t believe the closures could happen.

Reporter Lucy Mayer asked Mr Cameron how real the threat of closure is.



Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has also come under fire surrounding the issue.

He claims his party is dedicated to saving Kingston Hospital.

But on BBC One on Monday night presenter Jeremy Paxman accused Mr Clegg of only supporting causes close to his heart.



Labour told us there are no plans to close Kingston Hospital.

The NHS cannot stand still and this may mean some services expanding in hospitals whereas other services may be provided closer to the patient at home or in the community.

Health secretary Andy Burnham says NHS services need to change.



KINGSTON CANDIDATES

Ed Davey Liberal Democrat
Max Freedman Labour
Anthony May Christian Peoples Alliance
Edmond Rosenthal UK Independence Party
Monkey The Drummer Monster Raving Loony Party
Chris Walker Green
Helen Whately Conservative
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:33 am  

Quins take the oval ball to Wembley
Rugby goes to Wembley today as Harlequins face Saracens at the national stadium.

Quins are fighting for a Heineken Cup place, whilst the third placed Men in Black are sure put in an impressive performance.

It’s set to be a London Derby full of excitement and atmosphere.

England scrum half Danny Care says he’s sure there'll be a bit of football action too:



Kick off is at 5.30pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

Elmbridge Police appeal for witnesses to a robbery in Walton
Elmbridge police are appealing for witnesses to a robbery in Walton last Saturday around 1.50 in the afternoon.

Two youths aged between 15 and 16 entered a shop in Molesey Road, picked up beer and a bottle of whiskey and tried to leave without paying.

The owner of the premises challenged them to the return the items, but they turned on him - punching him in the face and kicking him while he was laying on the floor.

The victim was treated at St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey for a broken nose.

The first suspect is described as of mixed race and about 5 foot 5 inches tall and the second is white, 5 foot 7 inches with ginger hair and a moustache.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:25 am  

Councillor tells Pope that King Henry VIII was a Tyrant
The Mayor of Merton has told the Pope that King Henry the VIII was a Tyrant.
It's all part of the build up to the Pope's visit this summer.

Councillor Nick Draper hopes the Pontiff will come to Merton to visit the site of the Merton Priory which is where the only English Pope ever was educated.

Henry the VIII destroyed the priory and presumably a few harsh words about the English King will gain favour with Vatican officials.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 am  

Friday, 16 April 2010

Merton Council crackdown on illegal waste carriers
A crackdown on illegal waste carriers is being enforced in Merton.

George Smith from Croydon was arrested last week for transporting waste without a licence.

He pleaded guilty and was fined 500 pounds plus 350 pounds in costs.

The Council wants to stop people charging residents to clear rubbish, which is then dumped somewhere as a fly tip.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:54 pm  

Future of Wimbledon town centre meeting to take place next week
A meeting will take place next week about the future of Wimbledon town centre.

Merton Council and TfL are to invest over 2 million pounds on improving Wimbledon town centre.

The project will be ongoing over the next 18 months.

Traders concerned about the disruption will meet with council officials on Thursday morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:51 pm  

Volcanic ash disruptions remain in place until tomorrow
Restrictions on all flights in and out of England and Wales will remain in place until at least 7am tomorrow.

Its following Wednesday’s Icelandic Volcanic Eruption.

However, from seven o’clock tonight, restrictions will be lifted in a large part of Scottish airspace.

This man from Molesey says the incident has caused his business huge problems
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:48 pm  

Tooting soldier receives just £17,000 compensation
A single mother Soldier from Tooting will receive just &17,000 of the million she was hoping to claim in compensation.

28 year old Tilern DeBique was disciplined by the MoD for turning up late to a parade.

She was looking after her four year old daughter at the time.

Miss Debique took the Army to a tribunal claiming sex and race discrimination.

However, Panel Chairman Jeremy Gordon ruled she had been treated on a level playing field with her male counterparts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

Kingston Readers Festival
The Kingston Readers Festival is back, offering a month of activities and events.

The festival starts on the 22nd of April and includes poetry and philosophy as well as something for younger readers.

It’s donated more than 35 thousand pounds to charities, since it began in 2002.

Director Sandy Williams tells us what will be on offer

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:31 pm  

Folk duo to tour on horse and cart
Folk singer Ros Brady plays the Twickfolk music venue next week.

One half of the celebrated duo Barron Brady, they’re planning a horse drawn cart tour next year, complete with gypsy caravan.

Ros told us why they want to tour the old fashioned way.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Kingston explorer to row the North Pole
Jock Wishart is a seasoned explorer, but his next challenge is his biggest yet.

He is planning the first attempt to row to the North Pole.

Thanks to the increase in the seasonal ice melt, the team will be able to row the 450 miles to the pole.

They plan to set off in summer next year and hope to complete the challenge in four to six weeks.

Jock told us how the preparations are going nad how the original idea started as a bit of a joke

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 pm  

Ashley Cole could play tomorrow
England full-back Ashley Cole is in line for a shock return for Chelsea.

He fractured his ankle in February, and it was thought it would be the end of April before he'd be fit again.

But he's in the Blues' squad to face Tottenham tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:37 pm  

Business boost for Surrey
Surrey County Council has been handed over 500 thousand pounds to help promote business growth.

The Local Authority Business Growth Incentives scheme is a nationwide reward.

Its hoped the money will be used to help companies beat the recession.

The prize money comes from business rates collected by the council on behalf of the Government.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:36 pm  

Walton noisy neighbour convicted
A noisy neighbour in Walton has been silenced.

Antony Oakley has been convicted of noise offences.

Loud music, drumming and raised voices from his home in Vicarage Fields led to a chorus of complaints.

He’s been fined 200 pounds after breaching previous warnings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

European matches could be affected by volcanic ash
UEFA says it's monitoring the situation regarding travel problems ahead of Europa League trips in the coming week for Fulham and Liverpool.

As things stand, there's a ban on flying due to volcanic ash.

The Merseysiders are in action on Thursday at Atletico Madrid - which is a round trip of around 18-hundred miles.

Fulham go to Hamburg, which is about half that distance.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

Epsom teenager banned from council estate
An Epsom teenager’s been banned from a council estate and ordered to stop swearing by magistrates.

Sam Kilpatrick from Tichmarsh was given a two-year behaviour order.

It forbids him from making hand gestures, squaring up to members of the public or going near the Longmead Estate.

The teenager who works as a catering assistant, had been reported for verbal abuse a number of times.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Restaurant fire in Morden
Ten people have escaped a fire at a restaurant in Morden.

The blaze broke out just before seven o’clock last night.

Half of the ground floor and part of the first floor have been gutted.

An investigation is underway.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:49 pm  

Ghostly going ons in Weybridge
Ghostbusters have been called in to an historic Pub in Weybridge after some ghastly sightings.

The Grotto Inn in Monument Hill once served as the laundry room to Henry VIII. It was known as the biker bar in the 70’s.

However Landlord Colin Daniels has invited the busters in after staff living above the pub started complaining of noises.

Regulars also claim they’ve spotted a young girl and boy roaming the main bar.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:48 pm  

BNP visit to Croydon sparks unrest
A number of arrests were made after the BNP’s visit to Croydon yesterday.

Scuffles erupted outside the UK Border Agency Headquarters after London Organiser Robert Bailey gave his speech.

Anti BNP protestors were held back by police who had lined the streets in anticipation.

The BNP says it plans to field around 350 parliamentary candidates for the forthcoming election.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:47 pm  

Compensation for man who contracted HIV and Hepatitis C through NHS treatment
A haemophiliac who contracted HIV and Hepatitis C through NHS treatment has won his legal challenge over compensation payments.

Andrew March from West Kensington took action against the government for not fully implementing recommendations made in a report on contaminated blood products.

It said there should be an overhaul of pay-outs to those who became infected in the 1970s and 80s through transfusions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

Fire in Twickenham
Fire has damaged flats and a shop in Twickenham.

The blaze broke out just before 2 o’clock this morning on the Staines Road.

It took over two hours for fire crews to get it under control.

No one was injured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:29 pm  

Ash grounds Surrey Air Ambulance
The Surrey Air Ambulance is grounded.

The team said yesterday they would continue to fly as long as the ash didn’t prove too much of a threat.

However, this morning, the decision was made to use only land vehicles for emergencies instead.

The plume of ash is now sitting directly above the ambulance airbase at Dunsfold Park.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:23 pm  

Book of condolence opened in Wandsworth for Polish Air disaster
A book of condolence has been opened at Wandsworth Town Hall after last Saturday’s Polish air disaster.

96 people lost their lives including Poland’s President, first Lady and Mp’s.

The delegation was travelling to Russia to attend a World War 2 memorial service when their plane crashed while trying to land.

Wandsworth has a long established Polish Community which numbers several thousand residents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:22 pm  

Mclaren bode well for China Grand Prix
McLaren have made a fast start in China.

The Woking team have completed a one-two in practice for Sunday’s Grand Prix.

Jenson Button was quickest in the first session, with Lewis Hamilton setting the pace in the second.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:18 pm  

Police appeal after attack in Woking
Police have issued new appeals after a woman suffered a sex attack in Woking.

The victim was assaulted by two men just off Egley Road.

She was found by a friend in Blackbridge Road last month.

Police say the suspects are aged between 17 and 21.

One has blonde hair – is white with a bit of a moustache.

The other is Asian with a wide face and large eyes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:01 am  

Could Lara be on his way to Surrey..?
Surrey are reportedly talking to Brian Lara about him coming of retirement to play Twenty20 cricket for the county.

The former West Indies batsman hasn’t played competitive cricket for 2 years.

40 year-old Lara retired from international cricket after the 2007 World Cup.

According to a club statement discussions were taking place with the player.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Police search for missing Wimbledon woman
Police are concerned for the safety of a missing Wimbledon woman.

57 year old Ann Cockett has Alzheimer’s and needs to take medication.

She was out for the day with her carer in central London – but the pair became separated after arriving at Bank tube station.

Anne is white – of large build with short grey hair.

She was wearing a brown coat and blue jeans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:59 am  

Man critical after being found on a Battersea street
A man’s in a critical condition after being found lying injured outside Battersea dogs home.

The 59 year old was discovered with a head injury in Battersea Park Road on Tuesday night.

Police say its unclear how he got his injuries and investigations are underway.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:53 am  

Man injured in Epsom fight
A man’s been hospitalised after a savage late night attack on Epsom High Street.

The 21-year-old suffered severe head injuries in a row between two groups of men in the early hours of Saturday.

He was rushed to St Helier Hospital but has since been transferred to London for specialist care.

One of the suspects as white, stocky with blonde spiky hair – he was wearing a pink shirt.

He was seen running towards Ashley Road with the other suspects.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:47 am  

McLaren fast in China
McLaren have made a fast start in China.

The Woking team have completed a one-two in practice for Sunday’s Grand Prix.

Jenson Button was quickest in the first session, with Lewis Hamilton setting the pace in the second.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:46 am  

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Have you got what it takes to cycle miles for charity?

A charity bike ride is taking place on May 16th for two charities.

The Sutton and Croydon Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre will put its share of the proceeds towards providing physiotherapy, counselling and other services for a great number of MS sufferers in this area.

The Reigate and Redhill Branch of the RNLI will be sending its share of the proceeds to the RNLI Shoreham Lifeboat Station Appeal. This autumn Shoreham will receive a new lifeboat capable of meeting the operational requirements of the 21st century, which is both larger and heavier than the present boat so a new boathouse is needed.

3 routes are available: 50 miles, 30 miles and 12 miles.

All routes start from the Black Horse pub on Reigate Heath, at 10am, 11am, 12 o’clock respectively, and should all finish there at roughly the same time.

The 50 mile route touches the outskirts of Horsham, the 30 mile route only gets as far as Newdigate. The 12 mile route includes a short section of off-road.

Last year 150 riders braved the weather and raised over £22,000.
Registration fee: £15 for individuals, £40 for a family (max 5 people, max 2 adults). Entrants on day are welcome at an increased cost of £30 but, depending on numbers, the bacon butty etc cannot be guaranteed.

Each rider is asked to raise at least £150 in sponsorship.

For more info: contact 020 8660 1181 or visit the Black Horse website at www.blackhorsereigate.com
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 pm  

Sir Ian Botham walks from Sutton to Epsom for charity


Sir Ian Botham is walking from Sutton to Epsom today.

It’s part of his famous fundraising campaign for Leukaemia research.

The walks taking him from Sutton High Street to Epsom Racecourse.

Our reporter George Alderman spoke to Ian



George also spoke to Ross, a leukaemia survivor, who was on the walk

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 pm  

Police warn of 'deadly' wires
A potentially deadly length of metal wire has been discovered strung between two trees at head height on a bridle path in Surrey.

It was found on the North Downs Way in Shere, between Newlands Corner and West Hanger.

Police say the wire could have caused death or a serious injury to a person or animal.

The area is managed by Surrey Wildlife Trust.

Police are urging anyone who saw anything suspicious to get in touch.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

A school in Battersea looks to the country
Children from deprived schools in South West London are to be sent to the country to get a better education.

The Durand Primary near Battersea has bought a disused private school in West Sussex.

It intends to convert it into a secondary school that will house children aged 13-18.

Children will travel to Cuthman’s estate in Midhurst on Mondays and board there until Friday when they’ll return home.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:14 pm  

Drug in short supply
It’s been revealed a cancer drug sold abroad by a hospital trust in Surrey is now on a short supply list for the NHS.

The Royal Surrey County Hospital Trust was criticised in February for exporting more than £4m of drugs.

The trust now admits it was selling a cancer drug which has now been placed on a list of medicines that are deemed hard to get hold of in England.

But says there’s "absolutely no evidence" to suggest its practices had contributed to the shortage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 pm  

London drivers take longer to pass
A new survey reveals people in London and South East take more attempts to pass driving tests than candidates in any other parts of the UK.

The AA/Populus survey of 20 thousand members found people from the area took an average of 2.1 attempts to pass - compared with a UK average of two.

They AA says busy and complex roads in London appeared to contribute to learners finding driving more difficult.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:12 pm  

Surrey look for first win
Surrey take on Sussex in the County Championship today.

The Brown Caps will be hoping for a win after losing their opening match against Derbyshire.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

Driver seriously hurt after Ashford crash
A driver’s in intensive care after a crash in Ashford last night.

A car collided with an AA van in Ashford Road last night just after 10.

An investigation’s underway.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

Kingston explorer attempts a first..
A British explorer is planning the first attempt to row to one of the Poles.

Jock Wishart from Kingston and his team aim to go 450 miles across the Arctic sea to the North Pole in July and August next year.

Organisers say the journey by boat has become possible due to the increase in seasonal ice melting in the Arctic.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 pm  

BNP candidate defends pictures
Carshalton’s BNP parliamentary candidate has defended pictures of herself posing in a Burqa.

Charlotte Lewis has told the Evening Standard she was at a Halloween party and other guests found the clothing hilarious.


Candidates:

Ken Andrew Conservative
Tom Brake Liberal Democrat
Francis Day UK Independence Party
Shafiqul Khan Labour
Charlotte Lewis British National Party
Robert Steel Green
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:05 pm  

Volcanic ash forces all flights to ground: Reaction from Heathrow airport.


Almost every airport in the UK is closed and flights are not expected to resume until this evening.

British Airways has cancelled all flights from the UK until tomorrow morning at the earliest.

Some passengers at Heathrow are resigned to the disruption while others are frustrated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:19 pm  

Danny Care gets ready to play at Wembley
Saturday will see Harlequins travel to Wembley, where they’ll face London rivals Saracens.

It’s set to be an exciting match, and with only three games left this season, both sides have everything to play for.

While Quins have their heart on a place in Europe, a win for Sarries would see them safe into the playoffs.

Scrum-half Danny Care spoke to our sports correspondent, Amy-Lou Holden, ahead of the big game:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

UK Air travel grinds to a halt


HEATHROW PASSENGER ADVICE

Passengers are advised to check with their airline before travelling. All flights in and out of Heathrow will be suspended from 12:00

We'll keep you fully updated with travle information throughout the day. Flights are expected to resume at 18:00

BA has made available these details for passengers wishing to make direct contact with the airport.

Information Desk 0870 000 0123

BAA Airport lounge bookings
(all terminals) 0870 850 2825

Bulk Baggage Service (porters) +44 (0)20 8745 5727 or
+44 (0)20 8745 6011

Flying Messenger service Text LHR and your heathrow flight number to 82222

Heathrow Health Centre +44 (0)20 8745 7047

Help bus +44 (0)20 8745 6261

Terminal 1 Executive Lounge 0870 850 2825

Terminal 2 Executive Lounge 0870 850 2825

Terminal 3 Executive Lounge 0870 850 2825

Terminal 4 Holideck Lounge 0870 850 2825

Medical Services 44 (0)20 8745 7047
(health centre)
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:40 am  

Heathrow and Gatwick shut down by volcanic eruption


There’s disruption in the skies as a cloud of volcanic ash moves across the UK.

It’s come from an eruption in Iceland overnight.

At Heathrow all flights are to be suspended from midday with British Airways flights stopping half an hour before at 11:30.

Meanwhile at Gatwick, all BA and Monarch flights have been grounded with severe disruption expected on all other airlines including EasyJet.


The disruption has affected the election campaign.

Vince Cable of the Lib Dems has cancelled visits to Scotland because he can't fly there.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:40 am  

General Election Poll Tracker

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Two in Court over Croydon murder
Two people have gone on trial today charged with murder.

26 year old Darren Tyrone Liston and a 16 year old boy who can't be named appeared at the Old Bailey.

46 year old Anthony Fernandes was found with multiple stab wounds at his flat in Croydon last July.

He died in hospital shortly after he was found.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

RADIO JACKIE RAISES THOUSANDS FOR CHARITY


Radio Jackie presenters experienced a different kind of work last night.

They donned aprons at Cobham's Massala Restaurant to serve Jackie listeners. All bought exclusive tickets to the one off gig.

All money raised from the various auctions as well as a raffle and food will go to the Shooting Star Children's Hospice in Hampton.

Well Done and Thank You!
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 pm  

Kingston man cycles for charity
A man from Kingston is getting in gear to raise ten thousand pounds for Cancer Research UK.

Yianni Papas will cycle 400 miles from London to Lands End on May 30th.

His route will take him through Southampton, Stonehenge and Truro to name a few.

You can support Yianni by visiting justgiving.com/yiannipapas
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:49 pm  

Surrey policeman on trial for allegedly killing grandfather
A man killed by a speeding police car had spent the day babysitting his grandchildren.

Reading Crown Court’s heard 75 year old Archibald McIlveen was killed instantly when he was hit by PC John Wright in 2008.

He’d been crossing the Esher road to get to the train station to make his way home when PC Wright hit him at 77 mph.

The Police officer was responding to an emergency call and had his lights flashing and his sirens on.

But prosecutors claim he was driving too fast. The trial continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:43 pm  

Hospice lottery win
A woman from Wallington is celebrating after winning a hospice lottery roll over.

Rita Porter scooped the two thousand six hundred pound prize after entering the weekly competition held by St Raphael’s.

Like the national and euro lottos, tickets for the North Cheam based hospice lottery cost a pound.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:41 pm  

Rider hurt and horse killed in Banstead
A car has hit a horse and its rider in Banstead.

Police and ambulance crews were called to Park Road near the High Street just before 11 o’clock this morning.

The female driver of the car has been airlifted to hospital with spinal injuries while a woman passenger has been driven by ambulance to St Helier Hospital.

The horse died at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:36 pm  

East Sheen house fire
Part of a house has been damaged by fire in East Sheen.

An adult and three children escaped the property in Palewell Park before fire crews arrived just before 7 o’clock last night.

The cause of the blaze is now under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:35 pm  

Police helicopter in action over Norbiton
A police helicoper was called out over Norbiton in the early hours of this morning following reports of a man acting suspiciously.

The suspect, a male wearing a black hoodie, was seen peering into back gardens at around 3am.

It’s the second night in a row a police helicopter has been circulating over the area.

On Tuesday night officers took to the skies to search for several suspects following an attempted residential burglary.

The suspects fled.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:34 pm  

Health issues top in Woking
Some Parliamentary candidates in Woking appear to have one thing in common – healthcare.

Tory John Lord, Lib Dem Rosie Sharpley and Labour candidate Tom Miller all agree the NHS is a main worry for their voters.

They’ve outlined how each of their parties would tackle the issue if they came to power.

NHS cuts appear to be causing the most concern amongst residents.

Candidates declared for Woking so far:

Robert Burberry UK Independence Party
Jonathan Lord Conservative
Tom Miller Labour
Julie Roxburgh The Peace Party
Rosie Sharpley Liberal Democrat
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:16 pm  

General Election 2010 Manifestos
To help you decide where your vote goes, we've compiled the election manifestos published by the main parties this week....

They are free to view and distribute as you wish...

Labour
Conservatives
Liberal Democrats
UK Independence Party
Green Party is due to publish its manifesto on April 14th
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:07 pm  


Members of the Nonsuch Rotary Club dropped into The Macmillan Butterfly Centre at Epsom Hospital recently to say thank you to the service and drop off a bumper £1,500 cheque.

President John Chamberlain and President elect, Mick Martin visited the centre, which provides support, advice and complementary therapies to cancer patients and their loved ones, to donate the generous sum. The money was raised by the club’s Big Band Concert last year, which was hosted in the grounds of Nonsuch mansions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:25 pm  

Teenagers in court charged with Fulham murder
13 teenagers are due in court today charged with murdering a Fulham school-boy.

15-year-old Sofyen Belamouadden was stabbed to death in Victoria tube station's ticket hall last month.

Four 16-year olds, eight 17-year olds and an 18-year old girl will all appear at the Old Bailey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:25 pm  

Chelsea skipper looks for double
Chelsea captain John Terry is urging his team-mates to create history with a Premier League and FA Cup Double.

The Blues went four points clear at the top of the table by beating Bolton 1-0 last night.

They face Portsmouth in the final of the FA Cup next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:24 pm  

McLaren won't be affected by new rules
McLaren's performance in China won’t be affected by new rules.

That’s according to the Woking teams engineering director Paddy Lowe.

Formula 1's governing body says that any system to adjust a car's suspension and height between qualifying and races was illegal.

The team says the car needs no altering after the clarification and that its competitiveness would be unaffected.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:22 pm  

"Lib Dem numbers don't add up" - according to Philip Hammond
Fairer taxes, smaller class sizes, breaking up big banks and the power to sack corrupt MPs.

They're some of the main priorities in the Liberal Democrats' election manifesto - alongside boosting pay for the lowest ranking members of the Armed Forces.

The Lib Dems say they're the only party to spell out exactly how they'd pay for their proposals but Tory Treasury spokesman Phillip Hammond claims the sums are wrong.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:34 am  

Vince Cable: "I am the elephant man"
The government’s mounting debt has been described as the “elephant in the room” at the Lib Dem manifesto launch.

Vince Cable helped outline his party’s plans.

They include economic reform, a new electoral system and fairer taxes.

The party also pledges to boost the pay of the lowest ranking members of the Armed Forces.

Mr Cable accused his counterparts of shying away from the big issue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:32 am  

Liberal Democrats unveil their General Election manifesto
The party described as "the Kingmakers" has launched its election manifesto.

Their plans promise economic reform, a new electoral system and fairer taxes.

The party also pledges to boost the pay of the lowest ranking members of the Armed Forces.

Journalist Rachel Younger has taken a look at the party's prospectus.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:25 am  

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

St Johns Ambulance Dorking
A blind man from Dorking has a quick thinking volunteer from the St Johns Ambulance to thank for his life after falling ill on a train.

The news comes as the service launches a new campaign to raise awareness for people to have life saving and first aid skills.

66-year-old Fred Woodcock was on his way back from an Eye appointment at Moorfields when he fell ill.

Paula Richardson a trained first-aider spotted him in distress and quickly stepped in to help

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:42 pm  

AFC Wimbledon team news
AFC Wimbledon defender Danny Blanchett is sidelined with an ankle injury and will miss tonight’s game with Grays Athletic.

The Dons, who are out of the play-off race, are also without Jon Main, Lewis Taylor and Ross Montague for their sixth game in 15 days.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:36 pm  

It's all for charity . . . .

It’s every woman’s dream – to be waited on hand, foot and finger by a handsome young man wearing just a pink apron bearing drinks and food on a silver platter.

One entrepreneurial young man is making all this possible . . . and all for Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

The Pink Butlers, based in Cheam, provide a semi-naked butlering service for parties and events with £20 of EVERY booking going to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

For more information about The Pink Butlers visit their website at www.thepinkbutlers.com or search The Pink Butlers on Facebook. If you would like to find out more about how you can fundraise for Breakthrough Breast Cancer please call: 020 7025 2473 or email [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:13 pm  

Trading standards warn over unsafe sunglasses
After a hot and sunny week-end – a warning’s going out about buying unsafe sunglasses in Surrey.

Trading standards has seized almost a thousand pairs from markets and car boots across the County.

People are being urged to buy shades with proper UV protection and to look for the CE mark or British standards kitemark.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Man in court charged with murdering Milly Dowler
A man's appeared in court charged with murdering Milly Dowler eight years ago.

Levi Bellfield is also accused of kidnapping the 13 year-old as she walked in Walton-on-Thames in 2002.

Her body was found in Yateley Heath in Hampshire six months later.

The 41 year-old, who's originally from Middlesex, was remanded in custody ahead of another hearing on April 30th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:59 am  

BA pay up
British Airways' cabin crew saw their pay rise by 5 percent last year - despite the airline reporting record losses.

Figures from the Civil Aviation Authority show salaries edged up to an average of 31 thousand 400 pounds.

Rival airlines either froze or cut pay.

BA and the Unite union's still trying to resolve a dispute about cabin crew working practices that's led to seven days of strikes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:58 am  

Police try to trace missing man
Police are appealing for help to trace a man missing from Pimlico.

61 year old Phillip Calvin has not been seen since last Wednesday.

Police are particularly concerned as he suffers from dementia and cannot walk without his zimmer frame.

It’s thought he could be in the Victoria, Fulham or Shepherds Bush area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:57 am  

Missing patient found in Battersea
A patient who walked out of St Helier hospital has been found.

75 year old Valerie Wood disappeared just after 8 yesterday morning.

She was located safe and well in Battersea
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:56 am  

Hampton man guilty of selling counterfeit jeans
Selling fake designer jeans on eBay has landed a Hampton man with a court ordered curfew and community service.

32-year-old Paul Hannah from Broome Road admitted selling counterfeit Diesel jeans online.

The imitations would go for 40-pounds, less than half the price of a genuine pair.

It’s the second time Hannah’s been caught by Trading Standards.

He was shut down in 2007 – when he claimed he didn’t know the jeans were fake.

After escaping prosecution, he created a new eBay account and began selling them again.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:54 am  

Police release CCTV of suspect
Police have released CCTV images of a man they want to trace after he tried to con staff at banks in West Byfleet and Weybridge.

The suspect went into the HSBC branches and attempted to cash a stolen cheque with a counterfeit passport.

On both occasions the cashiers refused and he fled.

The suspect is white, in his thirties or forties, smartly dressed, with dark receding hair.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:50 am  

Surrey off to a poor start
Surrey have got off to the worst possible start in cricket’s County Championship.

They’ve been beaten by 208 runs by Derbyshire at The Oval.

The Brown Caps have the chance to bounce back when they travel to Sussex on Thursday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:48 am  

Chelsea make changes
Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is expected to make at least two changes for tonight’s game with Bolton.

Michael Ballack and Salomon Kalou will start in place of Deco and Joe Cole.

Nicolas Anelka could come in for top scorer Didier Drogba.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:46 am  

Lib Dem activist sparks row with Tories in Richmond Park
The Conservatives are accusing the Lib Dems of ‘grubby and underhand’ tactics in Richmond Park.

Zac Goldsmith is claiming that one of Susan Kramer’s supporters tried to infiltrate his campaign by offering to hand out election leaflets.

The Lib Dem says the man in question Dan Falchiko isn’t a member of her election team and they’re not connected.

Labour’s Eleanor Tunnicliffe says in wake of the expenses scandal the way prospective MP’s fight this election is as important as the issues themselves.

Candidates standing in Richmond Park (declared so far):

Susan Kramer - Liberal Democrats
Zac Goldsmith - Conservatives
Eleanor Tunnicliffe - Labour
James Page - Green
Peter Dul - UK Independence Party
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:32 am  

Monday, 12 April 2010

Runners gear up for charity
Marathon runners may be gearing up for April 25th but another race is looming.

On Sunday, runners will take to the streets of Brighton to raise awareness of Vasculitis.

The disorder affects the veins and blood vessels, which are destroyed by various inflammations.

One woman who will be running is Louisa Davidson from Sutton.

She’s running in memory of her friend Peter Bolton who died from the disease.

For more information log onto vasculitisfoundation.org
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

Wimbledon Town Centre gets a cash boost
Over 2-million pounds is being pumped into Wimbledon town centre.

Improvements will be carried out over the next 18-months.

Residents are being asked how the money should be spent at a meeting on Thursday April 22nd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

Police investigate fight in Walton
Police are appealing for witnesses after a fight in Walton.

Two groups of men clashed on Thursday night.

Police initially broke up the dispute but later the group re-gathered at Memorial Green on Ashley Road where a fight broke out.

One man was left with minor injuries.

A 23-year-old man from Shepperton was arrested on suspicion of a public order offence and is currently on police bail.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:03 pm  

Police name stabbing victim in Brixton
Police have identified a man stabbed to death in a flat in Brixton.

21 year old Mark Johnson was discovered at the property in Glanville Road on Friday night.

Another man, aged 25, was taken to hospital with stab wounds.

His condition is stable and he has now been arrested on suspicion of murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:02 pm  

Investigations after a fire in Sutton
Investigations are continuing after a fire in Sutton.

The blaze damaged part of the first floor and the roof of the property on Dibdin Road on Saturday afternoon.

Four people escaped before the emergency services arrived.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:59 am  

Protest in Sunbury
Hundreds of people in Sunbury have taken part in a protest march.

They’re fighting against plans for a large development at the headquarters of the Premiership Rugby side London Irish.

The club wants to move from its current base in The Avenue, to a new 12 – million pound training complex on the site of Hazelwood Golf Club.

As part of the proposals it plans to replace its headquarters with nearly 200 houses, a health centre and care home.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:58 am  

West London Polish community in mourning following President's death


Polish church goers in Shepherds Bush have been gathering to remember victims of the flight that claimed the life of one of their community, as well as the Polish Prime Minister.

Monsignor Bronislaw Gostomski was killed in the crash after the aircraft came down on Saturday.

The strength of feeling was clear at the St Andrew Bobola Roman Catholic Church yesterday morning where five times as many parishioners as normal packing into the church to share their grief.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:47 am  

Kew accountant wins national award


Haleem Ossman of Ossman Consultants in Kew was presented with a trophy and Investors in People certificate at a prestigious ceremony in Pall Mall.

It's the second time the company has won the award, the first time was in 2006.

It recognises staff interaction, team work and staff standards.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

Mickelson triumphs at Augusta
American Phil Mickelson has won his 3rd Masters at Augusta.

He finished 16 under-par 272 three shots clear of England’s Lee Westwood who’s wait for a first major continues.

Tiger Woods equalled a Masters record with 4 eagles but could only finish joint 4th at minus 11.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 am  

Sunday, 11 April 2010

Rick Astley comes to Kingston











80's pop sensation Rick Astley, took his band The Luddites to the Rose Theatre tonight.

He popped in last week to chat to Lucy Mayer about the gig which is raising money for International Youth Aid.

Click here for more info:
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:03 pm  

Key documents from Richmond set to be released for the first time
Now’s your chance to grab a little bit of history.

Never-before-seen documents about Richmond’s past and present buildings are going be made available to residents.

However, before the information can be made public, the 22,000 page collection needs to be filed.

This is where you come in - if you can spare a few hours to help out, the council wants to hear from you.

Full details are available online at www.richmond.gov.uk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:16 pm  

Sutton residents reminded to register to vote
We’re being reminded it’s not too late to register to vote.

With the elections only a few weeks away, Sutton Council is urging residents not to miss out on their constitutional right.

More than 130,000 people are eligible to vote in the borough – but its thought the amount registered is actually much lower.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:15 pm  

Revamp in store for central Wimbledon
Wimbledon Town Centre is to get a makeover.

The Council and Transport for London will invest over two million pounds in the project over the next eighteen months.

A meeting is being held on Thursday 22nd April at Tapanco for traders and residents to voice how they’d like the cash to be spent.

Road works on the Broadway this month have caused major traffic problems and left some shop owners unhappy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:13 pm  

Polish community gathers to remember crash victims
Polish churchgoers in Shepherd’s Bush have been gathering to remember the flight that claimed the life of one of their community, as well as the Polish Prime Minister.

Monsignor Bronislaw Gostomski was killed in the crash after the aircraft came down on Saturday.

The strength of feeling was clear at the St Andrew Bobola Roman Catholic Church on Sunday morning, with five times as many parishioners as normal packing into the church to share their grief.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:08 pm  

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