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Saturday, 13 November 2010

Croydon lunch boxes not up to scratch

Ofsted has criticised a school in Croydon because of the content of pupils’ lunchboxes.

Inspectors found crisps and processed sausage at St Cyprian’s Greek Orthodox Primary School.

Ofsted say they have been told to investigate whether pupils are adopting healthy lifestyles.

But critics say Ofsted should focus on teaching and discipline.

The school received a good rating overall.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:46 pm  

Richmond fly tippers crushed when they heard fate of truck
A pick up truck is to pay the ultimate price for being used by fly tippers in Richmond. It'll be pulled apart and then crushed!

It's owner, 42 year old Leslie Price from West Ealing has been sent to jail for 12 months for numerous offences.

The judge described him as being behind one of the worst cases of continuous illegal dumping south west London has even seen.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:45 pm  

Friday, 12 November 2010

Esher student linked with protests
A student at Esher College has been suspended after taking part in Wednesday’s protests.

18 year old Olivia Wedderburn admitted to lecturers taking part in the march and climbing on the roof of the Millbank building.

Ms Wedderburn claims she was only following protest leaders and didn’t know she was at Tory Headquarters.

Statement from the College Principle Dan Dean.

During the course of the morning it has come to my attention that an Esher College student was present at the Millbank protest. The student concerned absented herself from College without permission. As such we will be dealing with the issue as an internal disciplinary matter. The College does not condone any behaviour which breaks the law and trusts that the police will deal with any illegal action.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 pm  

NHS funding dramatically in Surrey
All new IVF treatment will stop in Surrey.

The decision's been made as the NHS tackles a deficit this year of £125 million pounds.

Financial chiefs met in Cobham today to look at how to tackle the challenges.

NHS Surrey is also no longer funding some treatments including acupuncture and some cosmetic procedures including male baldness and tattoo removal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:03 pm  

Work to start on M4 bus lane
Work is expected to start on Monday to replace the bus lane on the M4.

The plan is ahead of schedule and is to be completed in December.

Good weather is needed to replace the road markings but if all goes well, traffic is expected to use the extra lane by Tuesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:46 pm  

Surrey residents get online
It appears more people in Surrey are surfing the web thanks to the county's libraries.

Theres been a forty percent increase in residents taking online courses following last months “national computer week.”

Following the swell in numbers, twenty two libraries will continue to offer free course to encourage more people to make use of the internet.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:38 pm  

Mouth cancer cases on the rise
It’s been revealed that every year there are around six hundred cases of mouth cancer in London.

Among those are around 30 to 40 in areas like Kingston and Sutton.

The number of cases has risen to a point where one person dies every five hours from mouth cancer in the UK every day.

A trip to the dentist may be a painful experience but it might just save your life.

As Harley Street’s Dr Andrew Dawood explains.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:36 pm  

Ambulance crews fail to hit target
Ambulance crews in the capital are taking too long to respond to some calls according to new figures.

Official guidelines state that 75 per cent of emergencies need to be dealt with, in 8 minutes.

But in Wandsworth, Croydon, Hammersmith and Fulham, Hounslow and Richmond, crews are below the standards.

The targets - introduced ten years ago are now in danger of being scrapped.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:34 pm  

Brentford have doubts ahead of clash with MK Dons
Brentford have injury doubts ahead of tomorrow’s game with MK Dons.

David McKracken is out whilst Carl Cort is a long-term absentee.

Richard Lee should keep his place in goal.

Charlie MacDonald, Myles Weston and Karleigh Osborne are likely to return to the starting line-up.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:33 pm  

Heathrow death sparks inquiry
The family of an Angolan man who fell ill as he was being deported from the UK are calling for an inquiry into his death.

Jimmy Mubenga's family have begun a march from the Angolan Embassy to the Home Office in London.

They will deliver a letter to the Home Office calling for an inquiry into claims of force used in deportation.

The 46 year old collapsed on a British Airways plane bound for Angola at Heathrow Airport in October.

Three security guards were arrested last month and released on police bail until December while inquiries continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:31 pm  

Mark Hughes has no concerns against Newcastle
Mark Hughes has no fresh injury concerns ahead of Fulham’s game at Newcastle today.

Matthew Briggs is set to deputise ahead of the injured Carlos Salcido after his impressive start against Chelsea.

Andy Johnson is set to be on the bench.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Man appears in court over Wandsworth murder
A man will appear in court today charged with a Wandsworth murder.

Darcy Austin-Bruce was shot dead in the car park of Wandsworth Prison last year.

The 20-year-old had just made a visit to the Heathfield Road prison.

29 year old Rupert Ross, from Fulham, will appear before Magistrates.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:47 am  

John Terry's father attacked
Chelsea captain John Terry is said to be ‘stunned and upset’ after his Dad was beaten up by rival football fans.

According to The Sun Ted Terry was attacked on a tube train by Tottenham Hotspur fans following their 4-2 defeat to Bolton.

Police have confirmed they’re looking into an assault on a 56-year-old man at Upminster tube station last Saturday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:44 am  

McLaren practice ahead of Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Practice takes place today ahead of the season-ending Abu Dhabi F1 grand prix.

Britain's Lewis Hamilton goes into the weekend knowing the odds are against him becoming world champion.

The Woking based McLaren driver is 24-points behind pace-setter Fernando Alonso in the drivers' standings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:42 am  

"Killing Cancer" concert in Hammersmith
The Who and Blondie's Debbie Harry will join an all-star line-up at what's billed as the first concert for "killing cancer".

Rock guitarist Jeff Beck and The Verve's Richard Ashcroft will also take to the stage at the show, which is part of a campaign to change the way cancer is treated.

The concert is the brainchild of rock concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith and Bill Curbishley and will raise money for new types of therapy.

It’ll take place at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo on January 13th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:39 am  

Battersea Power Station gets redeveloped
Plans to redevelop Battersea Power Station have finally been given the go-ahead.

It'll cost 5 and a half billion pounds to turn the building into apartments, shops and offices.

The project also includes extending the Northern Line to the site.

The Grade II listed building's been disused since 1983 and Councillor Nick Cuff says this is an exciting development.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 am  

Missing man returns home
Police trying to trace an elderly man who went missing from a Richmond care home have found him safe and well.

The 87-year-old hadn’t been seen since quarter to four yesterday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:34 am  

Thursday, 11 November 2010

BA cabin crew ballot suspended
A planned ballot of British Airways cabin crew - on resolving their dispute with the airline - has been suspended.

Unite had been due to ask its 11,000 members whether they wanted to accept a suggested deal, with voting expected to be held in the coming weeks.

But leaders of the union's cabin crew branch decided earlier this week they could not support recommending the offer.

Meanwhile BA’s share price was down 2-point-2 percent this lunchtime.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:04 pm  

Men convicted for Heathrow heist await appeal
Four men convicted of involvement in a 1-point-7 million pound Heathrow warehouse heist will have to wait to find out if their appeals against conviction have been allowed.

They were found guilty in March in the first serious criminal trial to be held without a jury in England and Wales.

They argue their convictions were "unlawful" and "unsafe".

Court of Appeal judges have reserved judgement in the appeal
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

Boy hit by car in Mortlake in stable condition
Police say an 11-year-old boy hit by a car in Mortlake on Tuesday is in a stable condition in hospital.

William Styles, was knocked down while walking to the bus stop on the High Street just before 8 o’clock in the morning.

The driver of the black Vauxhall Insignia has been questioned by police and released.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:02 pm  

Sunbury Police officer commended for bravery
A Sunbury Police officer has been commended for an act of bravery.

DC Richard Balchin was recognised after disarming a man, who was threatening to stab his own grandmother.

Mr. Balchin received a Chief Constables Commendation at yesterdays Surrey Police Awards.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:02 pm  

Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti defends Michael Essien
Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has defended Michael Essien after his straight red in last night's derby clash with Fulham.

He was sent off for a two-footed challenge on Clint Dempsey in the 1-0 win.

The Italian says he didn't like to judge the decision but his player made a strong tackle, but on the ball.

But Fulham manager Mark Hughes says Essien jumped in with two feet, so it's a straight red.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Schools remember wartime efforts

Sutton school students reflected on Britain’s wartime efforts this Remembrance Day.

To learn more about rationing and the sacrifices people had to make during the Second World War, Sutton’s schools dished up a special wartime lunch menu.

The themed meals included ‘Woolton pie’ with gravy carrots and cabbage and Brown Betty and custard.

Lord Woolton was appointed as Minister of Food by Neville Chamberlain and retained this position throughout the war, overseeing rationing due to wartime shortages.

Many new recipes were made out of the restricted supplies including the ‘Woolton pie’, named after the minister, which consisted of carrots, parsnips, potatoes and turnips in oatmeal, with a pastry or potato crust and served with brown gravy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm  

Time is running out for Surrey care homes
Time is running out to save a number of care homes in Surrey.

They’ve been earmarked for closure on November 30th by Surrey and Borders NHS Foundation Trust.

Up to 63 residents of homes including Cedars in Croydon will be moved out and jobs will also go.

Only a few weeks ago, Care Minister and Sutton MP Paul Burstow assured Jackie listeners this wouldn’t happen.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:56 pm  

Surrey County Council speaks on improving children's services
The head of human resources at Surrey County Council has spoken about the steps taken to improve children’s services – after a negative Ofsted report.

Carmel Millar said the council’s “poor” rating prompted a “root and branch change” akin to a “cultural stocktake”.

She described 2008 as a “scary year” overall, with a 180 million pound budget shortfall and 300 job cuts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:55 pm  

Chelsea beats Fulham at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea have beaten neighbours Fulham with a 1-0 victory at Stamford Bridge.

A goal in the 30th minute from Michael Essien gave the blues their early lead.

The midfielder was then sent off in the 90th minute after a foul on Clinton Dempsey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:54 pm  

Olympic tourism training kicks off
A campaign to train 200-thousand hospitality and tourism staff ahead of the London Olympics has been launched.

Twickenham Stadium and Epsom Downs are among the venues to sign up – helping to raise standards in customer service, in the run up to the games.

Tourism chiefs estimate that £2 billion could be generated from visitors around the Olympics.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:52 pm  

Police appeal following burglaries in Fulham
Detectives in Hammersmith are making fresh appeals following two burglaries in Fulham.

The first incident took place in December last year with the second happening last month.

Items of choice were jewellery from around the world, laptops and a racing cycle.

Police are looking for a black man of a large build with facial hair.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:51 pm  

Witness appeal after road accident in Hounslow
Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal road accident outside Hounslow West underground station.

A 48 year old pedestrian died after he was in collison with car at six thirty yesterday morning.

Police say they know his identity and next of kin have been informed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:51 pm  

New Route master model is unveiled
A full scale model of the new Route master bus has been unveiled for the first time in West London.

Mayor Boris Johnson says the fleet will hit London is 2012 in time for the Olympics.

The new buses are more fuel efficient and will offer the traditional hop on and off service.

The old route master was withdrawn from a regular service in 2005.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:50 pm  

Poor Weather conditions hold up South West commuters
South West and Southern train services were delayed earlier after trees fell on the tracks at Sutton and Clandon.

Commuters were held up for 50 minutes on some lines as the weather caused disruptions throughout the morning rush hour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:48 pm  

Mother of Richard Blackwood in spat with Hilton Park Lane
The mother of comedian Richard Blackwood maintains she was racially discriminated against in her job as a hotel receptionist.

Juliette Giscombe from Streatham says the Hilton Park Lane kept black employees hidden away.

She’s been speaking at an employment tribunal taking place this week.

The hotel denies it is racist and claims Ms Giscombe was volatile and frightening at times.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:46 pm  

Two men jailed for killing student from Mitcham
Two men have been jailed for life with minimum terms of 20 years for killing a student from Mitcham.

Mohammed Ali and Omar Hussein murdered their cousin Banaz Mahmod after she fell in love with someone her family disapproved of.

She was strangled, stuffed in a suitcase and buried in a garden in Birmingham in 2006.

Her father and uncle are already serving life sentences for their part in masterminding her murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:45 pm  

Heathrow southern perimeter remains sealed off
Heathrow’s Southern Perimeter road remains partly sealed off this morning after a man was brutally attacked there last night.

Police were called to the scene just before 11pm.

A man in his late 20’s was taken to hospital where he’s being treated for serious head injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:43 pm  

Holly Willoughby meets care team at Shooting Star Children's Hospice
TV presenter Holly Willoughby showed her determination yesterday.

The mum - to - be was scheduled to meet the care team at the Shooting Star Children's Hospice in Hampton.

However protesting students meant she had to ditch her car and hop on the train at the last minute instead.

She did manage to make it in time and was given a guided tour of the site which costs over three million pounds a year to run.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Richmond Park's MP to debate two bills this week

Zac Goldsmith is co- sponsoring two bills in parliament, both of which will be debated on Friday.

The Sustainable Livestock Bill seeks to address deforestation as a result of soy imports. The Bill's basic concern is that the livestock industry's increasing reliance on imported feeds, often soy from South America, hasdriven huge expansion of plantations, often at the expense of rainforestor other wild areas.

As well as the loss of wildlife and biodiversity,deforestation contributes hugely to climate change.

The Public Bodies (Sustainable Food) Bill, is very complimentary to this, in that it takes the single solution of procurement but applies it acrossthe food sector, not just to livestock. It aims to introduce minimumnutritional, environmental and ethical standards for food procured by thepublic sector and served in schools, hospitals, armed forces etc. Thiswould greatly benefit British farmers and local economies and is a muchneeded Bill.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 pm  

Some residents give thumbs down to plans for Iranian embassy
Plans for the new Iranian Embassy are causing outcry amongst residents.

Architects from Kensington and Chelsea have submitted modernist designs for the conservation area at Queens Gate.

Members of the residents association say they’ve given the plans a thumbs down.

In July they found out they hadn’t been properly consulted on the proposals which feature the six storey marble building.

The story echoes that of the nearby Chelsea Barracks.

The development was abandoned after Prince Charles intervened on traditionalist grounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:28 pm  

Police investigate indecent assault in Kingston
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 15 year old girl was indecently assaulted in Kingston.

The teenager and her friend were waiting for a bus outside the library near Fairfield Park on a Friday night in October.

Police believe the suspect is an Asian man in his early twenties, with a scruffy looking appearance.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 pm  

Some roads in Surrey get repaired
One and a half million pounds has been spent repairing roads in Surrey.

The 60 stretches of tarmac were badly affected by harsh weather last winter.

The money was used to patch and seal large sections of highway including Sandy Lane in Cobham and Wolsey Road in Esher.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:25 pm  

QPR boss - fuming
QPR manager Neil Warnock is fuming after last night’s one all draw.

Paddy Kenny kept out Portsmouth’s initial spot kick before the linesman ordered for it to be retaken for encroachment.

He wasn’t surprised the official’s decision was called but added the freeze frame showed the keeper’s feet to be on the line.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:23 pm  

Kingston dims the lights
Trials to dim streetlights in residential areas of Kingston have been a success.

The changes were carried out in the early hours of the morning, with no complaints received from the public.

The Council says they’d like to expand the use of dimming, but new controls need to be installed in each lamppost.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 pm  

Two guilty of Mitcham woman's - honour killing
Two men have been found guilty of the brutal honour killing of a student from Mitcham.

Banaz Mahmod was strangled in January 2006 and her body hidden in a suitcase before being buried in Birmingham.

20 year old’s cousins Mohammed Ali and Omar Hussein have today been convicted of her murder at the Old Bailey.

The pair were the first suspects ever extradited to Britain from Iraq.

Her father and uncle are already serving life sentences for their part in the murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:21 pm  

Expectant mothers get new help at St. Peters
St. Peter’s Hospital in Chertsey is now on the small screen.

A short film can now be viewed by expectant mothers online about the services on offer.

It shows women the modern facilities, newly refurbished wards and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:20 pm  

Met Commissioner says he's unlikely to make staff retire
Britain's most senior police officer has indicated he's unlikely to make his staff retire after 30 years to cut costs.

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson branded the move a "blunt tool" and said he "hopes" not to use it.

He said the force will need experienced officers during the 2012 Olympics.

Three police forces - North Wales, Strathclyde and Surrey - have backed the plan in principle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

Police re-appeal after Chelsea bar attack
Police are re-appealing for information after a man was stabbed in the groin in a bar in Chelsea.

The attack on the 31 year old from Isleworth happened in August at the Eclipse Bar in Walton Street.

The suspect ran off in the direction of Brompton Road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:16 pm  

Fire investigation underway in Streatham
An investigation is underway to establish the cause of a house fire in Streatham.

Around 20 firefighters tackled a blaze in a two storey house on Eardley Road yesterday.

The fire partly damaged the building’s ground and first floors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 pm  

Compensation for a family from Chiswick
Three children from Chiswick who lost their mother to cancer have been handed compensation by a high court judge.

Doctors missed a number of chances to spot Debbie Phillip’s cervical cancer, including seven bungled smear tests.

The 48 year old’s cancer was only found on her 8th test – 16 years after her first one. She died earlier this year.

The court ruled her children should receive 800 thousand pounds for having to suffer the loss of their mother
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 pm  

Series of break-ins at Woking schools
Police are investigating a series of breaks ins at schools in Woking.

Goldsworth primary in Bridge Barn lane was targetted three nights running by thieves who stole drinks and threw a fence into the school's pool.

Vandals also caused damage to drain pipes and doors at Woking High and there was an attempted break in at Horsell Church of England.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 pm  

Man dies in collision near Hounslow West tube
A man has died following a collision near Hounslow West tube station.

The pedestrian, believed to be in his 30s, was hit by a car on Bath Road, near the junction with Vicarage Farm Road, just before 6-30 this morning.

Air ambulance was called but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 pm  

Rise in airport passengers
A rise in business passengers boosted the number of air travellers passing through BAA's six UK airports last month.

They handled 9-point-75 million passengers in October - a 3-point-4 percent increase on the same month the previous year.

Trips between Heathrow and China and Hong Kong rose 16 percent, while long-haul journeys between all six BAA airports and North America increased 7-point-5 percent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 pm  

Delay over Teddington floodlight action
People in Teddington blighted by the floodlights on a neighbouring sports pitch will have to wait four months before any action’s taken.

Residents on Melbourne Road are angry the bright lights shine continuously until 10 o’clock at night – and want permanent shields put in place around the pitch.

The Richmond & Twickenham Times claims the council’s been warned it could it would take shields “the size of the Cutty Sark” to completely block out the light.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 pm  

Sutton prisoner complains about rudeness
A woman who set fire to a transvestite in a row over a handbag is complaining about rudeness from other inmates in prison.

Gabryela Passos says Downview Prison in Sutton is rife with “horrible uncivilised behaviour" - including eating noisily and playing music too loud.

The 30-year-old Brazilian was jailed for 20 years for causing 70 percent burns on a man.

She’s due to be deported on her release.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 pm  

Brentford into the semi-finals
Brentford have moved into the area semi-finals of the Johnstone Paint Trophy after getting past Swindon 4-2 on penalties.

The game ended 1-1 after 90 minutes last night.

The draw for the next round takes place on Saturday morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 pm  

Chelsea v Fulham tonight
Chelsea and Fulham go head to head at Stamford Bridge tonight in the first West London derby of the season.

Fulham have defenders Chris Baird and Carlos Salcido out on Mark Hughes’ return to the Bridge.

Chelsea may be without Alex and Nicholas Anelka, but Didier Drogba’s fit after recovering from malaria and Michael Essien returns.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 pm  

Tuesday, 9 November 2010

South West London hospital trusts to trial research
Four NHS trusts in south west London have been approached to trial a new million pound fund for research.

They’ll be asked for feedback on the viability of new ways of working nationally.

GPs in NHS Kingston, Hounslow, Sutton and Merton and Westminster have all been named as “pathfinders”.

Kingston is also set to become the first area to test the Government’s new Health and Wellbeing Board which will give local authorities powers to veto NHS plans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 pm  

Four to appeal against Heathrow warehouse heist conviction
Four men - jailed for a total of at least 62 years over a Heathrow warehouse heist - are appealing against their convictions.

The four were found guilty in an historic trial without jury in March – which they argue was unlawful.

Three previous attempts to try the case failed, and the total cost to the taxpayer was estimated to be at least 25 million - more than 14 times the amount stolen.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

Former Walton resident recognised in Imperial War Museum exhibition
A new exhibition dedicated to honouring servicemen and women has been launched at the Imperial War Museum.

It’s the first major permanent gallery at the site for 10 years.

Among those recognised is former Walton resident Odette Sansom.

The World War 2 spy was captured and tortured by the Gestapo and held in solitary confinement at a Concentration camp.

She was one of a few women to survive a Nazi arrest and was eventually awarded the George Cross before her death in 1982.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

Epsom students raise for £40k for charity
Fashion students from Epsom have raised 40-thousand pounds for an Afghanistan charity by designing a collection inspired by the Middle East.

The designs by students from the University for the Creative Arts were shown at the Afghanaid Fashion Show in London.

Four winning students are now preparing to undertake work experience with top fashion designers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:22 pm  

Could Chelsea leave Stamford Bridge?
Reports this morning suggest Chelsea football club could quit their Stamford Bridge home, and move to the soon to be demolished Earls Court exhibition centre.

There are plans to build 8-thousand new houses on the site.

But the Premier League champions are looking to move half a mile from their existing ground and build a 60-thousand capacity stadium.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:21 pm  

AFC Wimbledon's Bush might face Altrincham
On-loan Brentford defender Chris Bush may return for AFC Wimbledon tonight against Altrincham.

It's after he was forced to sit out the FA Cup draw against Ebbsfleet by the Bees.

Midfielder Christian Jolley won't play as he starts his three-game ban for his red card against Ebbsfleet.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 pm  

Violent attacks on hospital staff up by 32%
Violent attacks on staff at Epsom and St Helier hospitals are worse than we first thought.

The NHS Trust released figures revealing the number of physical assaults on staff last week.

They said violent incidents in the last year were up by 23 percent on the previous year.

However the Trust says the actual figure is 32 percent as a typo was made at the time details were released.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:18 pm  

Essien could face Fulham
Michael Essien could return from injury and start for Chelsea against Fulham tomorrow.

Fellow midfielder Frank Lampard is not yet available following a hernia operation, but Ancelotti says he may feature against Sunderland on Sunday.

Fulham left-back Carlos Salcido is facing several weeks on the sidelines after picking up an ankle injury in the draw with Aston Villa.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 pm  

Edgware Road victim hoped for "safe" London
One of the victims of the Edgware Road bombing once told her family she hoped London would "stay safe" in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.

29-year-old Laura Webb from Kingston Vale was killed as she travelled to work as a personal assistant at the advertising agency BDB Europe in Paddington.

Her mother Hazel told the inquests into the 52 who died on July 7 that her daughter was a globe-trotting traveller before starting work in the capital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 pm  

Boost for whisky exporters
There's been a boost for whisky exporters.

An agreement's been reached with China that only whisky produced in Scotland can be marketed as Scotch to Chinese consumers.

The industry hopes the move could double sales in the fast-expanding Chinese market over the next four to five years.

Business Secretary & Twickenham MP Vince Cable signed the agreement which now gives the product "geographical indication" status.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:13 pm  

Sutton top for employment
Sutton’s residents are bucking the unemployment trend.

The borough has come out top in the London league for the percentage of people IN work.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics have revealed 78 percent of Sutton’s working population have a job.

That’s higher than in any other London borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

Students encouraged to choose college
Students are being encouraged to steer away from University and give college a go.

Fees are expected to rocket following the recent review by Lord Browne.

Higher Education Chiefs say youngsters don’t realise they can save money by opting for a college course.

Elaine Banfield from Worcester Park did just that.

She says the support she received at her college was much better than the support she got when she went to Kingston Uni.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

Train services return to normal in Surrey
Train services through Surrey are back to normal along the track where a cement mixer plunged from a bridge and on to a carriage.

Network Rail has carried out extensive repairs to the line following the accident in Oxshott, on Friday, which left eight people injured.

Two remain in hospital.

The bridge itself re-opened to pedestrians and traffic yesterday afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

Suspect pickpockets in Sutton sent back to London
A group of suspected pickpockets in Sutton High Street have been sent back to London by police officers.

Plain clothes officers spotted the three women acting suspiciously last Thursday.

The Bulgarian nationals were taken to Sutton Police Station but couldn’t be arrested as they hadn’t actually committed a crime.

Instead, they were escorted to the railway station to catch the next London bound train.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 pm  

£11k raised for Surrey's Air Ambulance
More than 11 thousand pounds has been raised for Surrey’s Air Ambulance during its annual fundraising week.

Store collections were carried out in supermarkets across the county, doubling last years total.

Each mission costs between one and two thousand pounds so seven lives can potentially be saved with the money.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:05 pm  

Royal British Legion release their first single
The Royal British Legion have released their first single today.

It’s called ‘Two Minute Silence’ and that’s exactly what it is…two minutes of complete silence.

All sales go towards the Remembrance Day fund for soldiers.

Liam Maguire, from Fulham, used to serve in the armed forces.

He says taking two minutes out of our days to remember those who’ve served our country is the least we can do.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

Two jailed for sham wedding in Streatham
A bride and groom who were arrested at their sham wedding have been jailed for eight months.

Pavel Mirga and Florence Babawale were arrested in a raid outside St Peter's Church in Streatham by immigration officials in August.

At a hearing last month, Mirga, who is a Czech national, pleaded guilty to assisting illegal immigration and making a false statement with reference to marriage.

Babawale, from Nigeria, admitted perjury and possessing false identity documents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:03 pm  

Suicidal woman sectioned after disturbance at Tolworth station
A suicidal woman has been sectioned after causing a disturbance at Tolworth station.

The 30 year old absconded from Tolworth hospital claiming she was going to jump in front of a train.

When officers eventually found her, it took them over half an hour to calm her down after she became violent.

Police have commended members of the public for remaining calm following the incident during last Tuesdays evening rush hour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:01 pm  

Prison officer found guilty of having relationship with teenager
A prison officer has been found guilty of having a relationship with a teenager serving life for murderer at Feltham Young Offenders Institute.

31 year old Emma Beard had the liason with 18 year old Danny McLean while she was working at the unit this year.

The 18 year old was found guilty of stabbing Skakilus [Shak - eye - lus] Townsend to death after a fight over a girl in Thornton Heath in July 2008.

Beard will be sentenced on December 3rd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Croydon pub trial continues
The Old Bailey’s heard how a man shot two brothers at a New Year’s Eve party at a pub in Croydon.

Saturday Hassan is on trial for killing 34 year old Darren Deslandes and injuring his brother and father.

The 30 year old denies murder and two counts of attempted murder.

Police were called to the pub on the Queens Road just after 5am on New Year’s Day.

The Trial continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Police crack down on illegal drivers in Cheam
Police have cracked down on illegal drivers in Cheam.

They set up 2 check points at St Dunstan’s Hill last Thursday and arrested a 41 year old man with false insurance.

2 vehicles were seized and officers issued tickets, which resulted in £60 fines and three penalty points.

They also caught a teenager with a fake drivers’ license and another for possession of cannabis.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 pm  

Fulham to offer Gera new deal
Fulham are set to offer Zoltan Gera a new contract.

The midfielder’s current deal expires next summer and Mark Hughes wants to keep the player.

Meanwhile, unsettled Aston Villa midfielder Stephen Ireland has been linked with a potential move to the Fulham in January.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

Police search for missing woman in Worcester Park
Police are searching for an elderly woman who's gone missing in Worcester Park.

87 year old Elaine Gerris went out shopping this morning hand hasn't been seen since.

She's wearing a navy three quarter length coat and dark hat and is believed to be pulling a trolley bag.

Any-one with any information should call police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

Work of mental health trust is recognised
South West London and St George’s mental health trust has been recognised for the work it does in the community.

It’s been short listed for the Best Equalities Employer Award in the Kingston Business Awards.

The trust is renowned for its working in helping people with mental health issues get work.

Winners will be announced at a gala dinner later this month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:02 pm  

Amanda Knox to face trial for slander
Amanda Knox will face trial in Italy for slander.

Knox is currently serving a 26-year jail term after being found guilty of the murder of Coulsdon student Meredith Kercher.

The charges relate to her claims that police beat her when she was questioned in 2007.

According to her lawyer the 23-year-old told today’s hearing she never meant to slander anybody and she was just trying to defend herself.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Jobs to go at Epsom and St Helier hospitals
A number of jobs are to go at Epsom and St Helier hospitals.

The posts will go in non - clinical managerial and administrative departments.

The NHS trust is hoping to make a saving of 600 thousand pounds. It needs to cut 20 million pounds from its budget.

Officials say more jobs may go if the hospital trust looks to merge services with other trusts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm  

NHS Trust adds another bug to its list
Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust has added another bug to its list.

In June, they published details on infection rates within its hospitals, like MRSA.

Now they’ve added MSSA to the list for the first time.

MSSA is on our skin has no ill effect until it enters the body.

Weekly figures on infections can be found on the trust’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:58 pm  

Sutton residents to get 10 kilograms of grit salt for Winter
Every household in Sutton is to get 10 kilograms of grit in preparation for snow.

More than seven thousand residents have so far taken advantage of the offer.

The scheme, costs the council just under five thousand pounds to run.

Sutton had the worst winter this year for 30 years with 14 inches of snow falling in January alone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:57 pm  

Sutton family say convicted murderer was failed by social services
The family of a teenager who murdered a man in Sutton after snatching his girlfriend's Halloween hat claim he was failed by social services.

18 year old Jordan Dixon is one of three men who punched Ben Gardner, to the ground, before kicking him.

His parents say his behaviour was a result of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder.

The couple say they will appeal against the length of his sentence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

Lewis Hamilton says he needs a "miracle" to win the F1 world title
Britain's Lewis Hamilton admits he needs a miracle in Abu Dhabi at the weekend if he is to win a second Formula One world title.

The Woking based McLaren driver finished fourth in the Brazilian Grand Prix and is now 24 points behind championship leader Fernando Alonso.

With 25 available for victory, Hamilton will need to win the last race and see all three of his rivals slip up.

Winner at Interlagos Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull teammate Mark Webber are also in with a chance of glory.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:48 pm  

Plane crash in Dorking
The occupants of a light aircraft that crashed near Dorking on Friday are thought to have been an instructor and pupil on a lesson.

The two seater Piper Warrior crash landed in a field in Milton Court, Westcott.

It’s believed they’d flown from Fairoaks Airport in Chobham.

The two men, who were still in the plane when emergency services arrived, only suffered minor injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 pm  

Travelling Dermatologists to visit patients in Hounslow
Access to better treatments for skin conditions will be improved for patients in Hounslow from February.

The NHS is piloting a new service so sufferers won’t have to leave their homes for treatment.

Skin conditions such as Eczema and Psoriasis will be treated by travelling Dermatologists.

Such care takes place in out patient clinics at the moment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:44 pm  

Champions League winner Davids quits Palace
Edgar Davids has called it a day at Crystal Palace.

The Dutch playmaker struggled with life in the Championship and left by mutual consent.

The 37-year-old wasn’t included in the team at the weekend but the club have wished him all the best for the future.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 pm  

AFC Wimbledon say MK Dons Cup game would be "painful"
The fixture will be painful for us.

AFC Wimbledon's sentiments after the draw for the FA cup pitched them against Milton Keynes dons.

If both clubs win their replays then the rivals will play each other in the second round at the end of the month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:07 pm  

Sutton Council tackles climate change
Sutton Council is teaming up to tackle climate change.

Amongst their new partners are the National Trust and Friends of the Earth.

Its hoped the coalition will reap the benefits that renewable energy and adaptation can bring.

It comes after the government shifted powers to local authority and community levels as part of their “Big Society”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

Sutton carer convicted of fraud
A carer in Sutton has been convicted of fraud after using her patients blue parking badge.

Relatives of the pensioner reported the badge to be lost or stolen.

But Sutton Magistrates heard Julie Sheppard was caught using it on two occasions.

She pleaded guilty to fraud and was fined a 120 pounds for each offence.

As a result of the case Sheppard has been suspended from her job with Prestige Nursing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:03 pm  

Police investigating Mitcham break-ins
Police are investigating a spate of break–ins in Mitcham.

Burglars are targeting young professionals living on the ground floor and have taken laptops and jewellery.

Each break in has been the result of removing the entire window frame.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:02 pm  

Eco-friendly taxi service launched in New Malden
A new eco friendly taxi service has launched in New Malden.

Broccoli Cars at Shannon Corner say they specialise in making Kingston Green.

The team uses a fleet of Toyota Prius Hybrid cars to ferry customers around.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:59 pm  

London's fire services deal with over 500 calls on Bonfire night
More than 500 calls were made to London's fire services on Bonfire night.

Firefighters dealt with 89 small fires, a third of which are believed to be bonfires that got out of control.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:58 pm  

Harlequins sign prop Luke Amber
Harlequins have signed Leeds Rhinos prop Luke Ambler on a one-year loan deal.

The 20-year-old has made nine Super League starts, scoring one try.

Quins acting head coach Rob Powell says he's a strong ball carrier who will add size to the pack.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:56 pm  

Three violent robberies in Woking in a week
A man's been left with serious facial injuries after being attacked in Woking.

The 21 year old was walking home through the Lakeview Park area of Goldsworth Park when he was set upon the gang who hit him with a brick.

The victim suffered a factured jaw and eye socket.

Police descriptions of the suspects are vague – all are about six foot and in their late teens – one spoke with a polish accent.

This is the third violent robbery in the town within a week.

A woman was attacked in Guildford Road and a man assaulted close to Brewery Road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:53 pm  

Monday, 8 November 2010

Chelsea FC legend gives extra time for hospital charity

Retired Chelsea and Barcelona footballer Allan Harris dropped into Epsom Hospital last Wednesday to present the ear, nose and throat team with two brand new pieces of medical equipment.

Allan, who lives in nearby Ashtead and has coached international superstars including Diego Maradona and Paul Gascoigne, spent time chatting to hospital staff before officially presenting them with two portable nasal endoscopes (miniscule cameras), costing almost £9,000. The donation comes from the Epsom Medical Equipment Fund, a charity which supports the work of the hospital.

The fibreoptic endoscopes are the latest in state-of-the-art technology and are inserted into a patient’s nose. They help doctors detect cancers of the nose and throat, as well as polyps on people’s vocal chords.
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