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Friday, 8 July 2011

Brentford sign McGinn

Northern Ireland winger Niall McGinn has joined Brentford on a season-long loan from Celtic.

The 23-year-old has won 12 international caps.

The midfielder becomes new Bees' manager Uwe Rosler's fifth signing since joining in June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 pm  

Rider injured in Staines
A motorcyclist has been injured in a crash in Staines.

The accident on Stanwell Moor Road happened just after 1.

The rider's been taken to hospital with arm injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 pm  

Book deal for Kingston author after online success
A few months ago, she was a struggling author in Kingston who couldn’t get a literary agent interested in her work.

Now a Kingston University Creative Writing MA graduate has been snapped up in a six-figure deal by one of the world’s biggest publishers.

It's after her self-published books topped the Kindle download rankings.

42 year old Louise Voss originally had her book Catch Your Death, which she co-wrote with Mark Edwards, rejected by literary agents.

Off the back of their runaway online success, she and Mark have been signed up by HarperFiction in a six-figure four book deal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 pm  

Merton Council reveal they are eager about plans for a stadium
Merton Council has revealed they’re pursuing plans to build a stadium in the borough.

The move comes in as Wimbledon AFC enter the Football League.

Speaking a celebratory dinner last night, the head of Merton Council, Stephen Alambritis revealed what could be in store.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:21 pm  

Murder investigation is launched in Croydon
A man assaulted in Croydon on Wednesday has died causing police to launch a murder enquiry.

41 year old Umess Chaudhari was found after reports of an attack in Dennet Road.

An 18 year old man was arrested at the scene and has since been sectioned under the mental health act.

Officers are now trying to find out exactly what happened.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 am  

Officers in Thornton Heath appeal for more information after shooting
Detectives investigating a murder in Thornton Heath are appealing for information on a vehicle.

41 year old Carlton Ned died on Langdale Road after a single shot to the chest at the beginning of the month.

A woman was also injured and taken to hospital.

Witnesses have described seeing two suspects wearing balaclavas making off in a silver car.

Officers do not believe Mr. Ned was the intended target
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:20 am  

Croydon Police launch investigation after a raid in a Hindu Temple
Police in Croydon have launched an investigation after an aggravated burglary in a Hindu Temple in Thornton Heath.

Three suspects broke in yesterday morning, stole thousands of pounds worth of jewellery and money from the collection box.

Officers were alerted during the early hours of yesterday morning to the raid.

A priest visiting the temple sustained minor injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 am  

Thursday, 7 July 2011

Hacking statement
Message from James Murdoch

I have important things to say about the News of the World and the steps we are taking to address the very serious problems that have occurred.

It is only right that you as colleagues at News International are first to hear what I have to say and that you hear it directly from me.

You do not need to be told that the News of the World is 168 years old. That it is read by more people than any other English language newspaper. That it has enjoyed support from Britain's largest advertisers. And that it has a proud history of fighting crime, exposing wrong-doing and regularly setting the news agenda for the nation.

When I tell people why I am proud to be part of News Corporation, I say that our commitment to journalism and a free press is one of the things that sets us apart. Your work is a credit to this.

The good things the News of the World does, however, have been sullied by behaviour that was wrong. Indeed, if recent allegations are true, it was inhuman and has no place in our Company.

The News of the World is in the business of holding others to account. But it failed when it came to itself.

In 2006, the police focused their investigations on two men. Both went to jail. But the News of the World and News International failed to get to the bottom of repeated wrongdoing that occurred without conscience or legitimate purpose. Wrongdoers turned a good newsroom bad and this was not fully understood or adequately pursued.

As a result, the News of the World and News International wrongly maintained that these issues were confined to one reporter. We now have voluntarily given evidence to the police that I believe will prove that this was untrue and those who acted wrongly will have to face the consequences.

This was not the only fault.

The paper made statements to Parliament without being in the full possession of the facts. This was wrong.

The Company paid out-of-court settlements approved by me. I now know that I did not have a complete picture when I did so. This was wrong and is a matter of serious regret.

Currently, there are two major and ongoing police investigations. We are cooperating fully and actively with both. You know that it was News International who voluntarily brought evidence that led to opening Operation Weeting and Operation Elveden. This full cooperation will continue until the Police's work is done.

We have also admitted liability in civil cases. Already, we have settled a number of prominent cases and set up a Compensation Scheme, with cases to be adjudicated by former High Court judge Sir Charles Gray. Apologising and making amends is the right thing to do.

Inside the Company, we set up a Management and Standards Committee that is working on these issues and that has hired Olswang to examine past failings and recommend systems and practices that over time should become standards for the industry. We have committed to publishing Olswang's terms of reference and eventual recommendations in a way that is open and transparent.

We have welcomed broad public inquiries into press standards and police practices and will cooperate with them fully.

So, just as I acknowledge we have made mistakes, I hope you and everyone inside and outside the Company will acknowledge that we are doing our utmost to fix them, atone for them, and make sure they never happen again.

Having consulted senior colleagues, I have decided that we must take further decisive action with respect to the paper.

This Sunday will be the last issue of the News of the World.

Colin Myler will edit the final edition of the paper.

In addition, I have decided that all of the News of the World's revenue this weekend will go to good causes.

While we may never be able to make up for distress that has been caused, the right thing to do is for every penny of the circulation revenue we receive this weekend to go to organisations - many of whom are long-term friends and partners - that improve life in Britain and are devoted to treating others with dignity.

We will run no commercial advertisements this weekend. Any advertising space in this last edition will be donated to causes and charities that wish to expose their good works to our millions of readers.

These are strong measures. They are made humbly and out of respect. I am convinced they are the right thing to do.

Many of you, if not the vast majority of you, are either new to the Company or have had no connection to the News of the World during the years when egregious behaviour occurred.

I can understand how unfair these decisions may feel. Particularly, for colleagues who will leave the Company. Of course, we will communicate next steps in detail and begin appropriate consultations.

You may see these changes as a price loyal staff at the News of the World are paying for the transgressions of others. So please hear me when I say that your good work is a credit to journalism. I do not want the legitimacy of what you do to be compromised by acts of others. I want all journalism at News International to be beyond reproach. I insist that this organisation lives up to the standard of behaviour we expect of others. And, finally, I want you all to know that it is critical that the integrity of every journalist who has played fairly is restored.

Thank you.

James Murdoch

Deputy Chief Operating Officer

Chairman and CEO, International, News Corporation
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:21 pm  

News of the World to close
There's been a sensational development in the News of the World hacking story.

This Sunday's edition will be the last in the paper's 168 year history.

The news has been confirmed by News Corporation's James Murdoch in a letter to staff.

He says recent allegations of phone hacking have been inhuman and have no place in the company.

Mr Murdoch says Colin Myler will edit the final edition of the paper, and all revenue will go to good causes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:50 pm  

Care home in Banstead gets the thumbs up
Broadcaster Angela Rippon is the latest famous face to get behind the national care home debate.

She’s lending her support to a pioneering new dementia care centre that’s been built in Banstead.

The facility is to be used exclusively by former seafarers of the Royal Alfred Society and their dependants.

It will officially open next Thursday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

Man hid in Hammersmith to avoid Council Tax
A furniture salesman who hid in a broom cupboard in Hammersmith to try and avoid paying eight years of council tax has been sentenced.

44 year old Mark Barber was jailed for 3 months.

He tried to avoid arrest by curling up next to mops and dustpans in a discrete cubby hole in his first floor Lime Grove flat.

He owed 7 thousand pounds in unpaid council tax dating back to 2002.

District Judge David Simpson convicted Barber of ‘wilfully refusing to pay’ council tax and sentenced him to 83 days in prison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 pm  

Blind man robbed in Epsom
Police are appealing for witnesses after a blind man had money snatched from him in Epsom.

The 44-year-old victim was waiting in a fast food restaurant on Waterloo road when the suspect made off with his cash.

The suspect knocked down a woman with his mountain bike as he made his escape.

He’s white, of a slim build and aged between 18 to 25.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:29 pm  

Police try to trace missing man
Police are appealing for help to try and trace a missing 53-year-old man.

Michael Saunders from Haringey was last spoken to on the 30th June and not heard of since.

He’s known to visit Hammersmith and Brighton.

He’s 5ft10” tall, stocky build with long straight grey hair that reaches his waist, a beard and a moustache.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:42 pm  

Man released after being quizzed about Cobham robbery
Police have released on bail a man they were questioning in connection with a hostage and robbery investigation in Cobham.

Robbers struck at Gordon Marks jewellers in the High Street on Tuesday morning.

Two men had been held overnight during a burglary in Ockham then driven to Cobham.

Police are carrying out forensic tests, house to house enquiries and examining CCTV footage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

Burst water main in Brixton Hill stops water reaching residents
Thousands of householders have woken up to no water this morning as a major pipe running through Brixton Hill has burst.

Residents around Putney, Streatham, Tooting, Wimbledon, Raynes Park, Merton and West Norwood are worst affected.

People in Croydon and Thornten Heath are effected aswell.

Engineers are working to fix the problem.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:35 am  

Woking Police re-appeal following assault outside of the Woking Station
Police in Woking are re-appealing for witnesses after a man was held to the ground whilst he had his money stolen.

The 28-year old victim was approached by 4 men outside Woking railway station on the 23rd June.

After the ordeal the group made off toward the Lion Retail Park.

The suspects are all described as white, with one black all aged between 21 to 25, slim build and around 5ft 8 in height.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:33 am  

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Air ambulance lands in Hampton Court
The air ambulance was on the scene in Hampton Court earlier.

It's after a car ploughed towards two female pedestrians.

They escaped with minor injuries after the accident near the Mitre Hotel, just before 4.30pm.

The area was packed out for the annual flower show.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 pm  

Part of building collapses in Balham

This was the scene in Balham High Road at lunchtime.

A number of bricks fell from the first floor of this residential address without warning.

Luckily no one was injured.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 pm  

Cobham armed robbery - update
Police are calling for witnesses after a robbery in Cobham left a hostage shaken and traumatised.

Robbers struck at Gordon Marks jewellers in the High Street at around 8.30 yesterday morning.

The owner had been held against his will overnight in Ockham then driven to the shop in the morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:18 pm  

Life line for people who are homeless
People who are homeless in South West London are being offered a life line by a Twickenham charity.

SPEAR are challenging people to take part in a sponsored sleepout in Richmond to try and break the cycle of rough sleeping.

They offer accomodation and support to those without a home, and are hoping the money raised will go towards getting people off the streets.

The event takes place in October and they're calling individuals of any age to take part.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

WI banned from tending to war memorial
The Womens’ Institute is the latest victim of health and safety in Shepperton.

They’ve been banned from tending to the flowers on the War Memorial.

Spelthorne Council wants to save 14 thousand pounds in gardening fees.

However the Women’s Institute has been doing the job for free up until now.

Even so health and safety bosses have decided to pull the plug.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

Ex ballerina legal battle
An ex ballerina from Chelsea, left paralysed by a stroke is to get the verdict of her legal battle to get a night time carer.

67 year old, Elaine McDonald received a care package from the council after she was left with reduced mobility in 1999.

She argues the service doesn’t cover assistance during the night should you need to use the toilet.

The Supreme Court will give its decision next week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 pm  

Hammersmith woman evicted for singing
A woman from Hammersmith has been evicted after singing Tina Turner songs during night time hours.

Sleep deprived neighbours complained to the council about the 46 year old woman who lived in Riverside Gardens.

After months of letters and warnings, the sing-alongs still continued.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:04 pm  

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

'Barnes mystery' - solved
It looks like the 'Barnes mystery' is finally solved after 132 years.

The West London Coroner, Alison Thompson has formerly recognised the skull recovered in Richmond is that of Julia Martha Thomas who died in 1879.

Alison Thompson also recorded a verdict of unlawful killing and the cause of death as asphyxiation and head injury.

The female skull was recovered from beneath foundations on a building
site in Park Road in October 2010.

Julia Martha Thomas was murdered by her maid Kate Webster very close to the site.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 pm  

Four giant gas holders at Battersea decommissioned
National Grid has announced it will be decommissioning four giant gas holders next to Battersea Power Station.

It's to make way for new homes, shops and business space.

Wandsworth Council say the announcement is another shot in the arm the regeneration process.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:52 pm  

Surrey nurse jailed for 30 years
Nurse Malcolm Webster has been jailed for killing his first wife in a fake car accident and trying to kill his second wife in the same way.

He was told he would have to spend at least 30 years in prison

The 52-year-old from Surrey had planned to pocket almost £1m in insurance payouts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:51 pm  

Cobham armed robbery - update
Armed robbers have held hostage the owner of a jewellers in Cobham and tried to raid his store.

Robbers struck at Gordon Marks in the High Street at around 8:30 this morning.

Police have revealed the owner was held hostage last night at an address in Ockham and driven to the shop this morning.

There he was ordered to load bags.

But it's believed the robbers were disturbed and left empty handed.

Police want to trace a car used in the raid.

It's a black Mercedes SL500 which was seen in the car park of the Old Bear pub in Cobham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Malden Fortnight gets underway


Malden Fortnight kicked off at the weekend.

The annual event is designed to celebrate everything New Malden has to offer from craft and design to music, art and food.

The hightlight of the two week event is the street parade, this year taking place on July 9th.

The event is celebrating 26 years in business.

Photo courtesy of Ruth Johnston.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:43 pm  

Armed robbers hold Cobham jeweller hostage
Armed robbers have held hostage the owner of a jewellers in Cobham and tried to raid his store.

Robbers struck at Gordon Marks in the High Street at around 8:30 this morning.

Police have revealed the owner was held hostage last night at an address in Ockham and taken to the shop this morning.

There he was ordered to load bags.

But it's believed the robbers were disturbed and left empty handed and no-one was injured.

Police are still at the scene with dogs and a helicopter and enquiries continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:42 pm  

Robbery in Cobham Update
A jewellery shop has been robbed in Cobham.

Gordon Marks on the High Street was targeted early this morning.

Police are at the scene.

Unconfirmed witness reports say the suspects were armed with guns but made off empty handed.

Its the second time the jewellers has been raided. Thieves also broke in in April last year but made off empty handed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:55 am  

Concern in Hampton Wick over cycle race
Some residents in Hampton Wick are expressing concern about emergency routes during the London-Surrey Cycling Classic in August.

The event will act as a practise run for the 2012 Olympics through Bushy Park.

It will see top class cyclists try out the challenging road race course and is likely to attract thousands of visitors to the area.

Surrey police will hold a media briefing later to reveal how plans are going ahead of both events.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 am  

Man killed at crossing in Thames Ditton
A man's been killed on the railway level crossing at Thames Ditton.

He was struck by a train just before 7 this morning.

British transport police say they are working to establish the man's identity but are not treating his death as suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

Man stabbed in Cranford
A man's in a stable condition after being stabbed at a house in Cranford.

Police were called to Bath Road just after 10 last night.

The victim in his twenties was taken to a Central London hospital.

No arrests have been made and police say they are keeping an open mind as to the motive.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

Monday, 4 July 2011

Milly Dowler's phone allegedly hacked by reporters
It's claimed murdered Walton schoolgirl Milly Dowler's phone was hacked into by News of the World investigators.

A lawyer representing her parents alleges that Glenn Mulcaire illegally accessed phone messages after she was abducted in 2002.

Sally and Bob Dowler were informed about the allegations before Levi Bellfied went on trial for her murder.

It’s also emerged Colin Stagg, the man cleared of murdering Rachel Nickell on Wimbledon Common, also had his phone hacked.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:46 pm  

Calls for 'safer' crossing in Richmond
Transport for London has come under fire from cycling campaigners across the political divide in Richmond.

Cyclists are lobbying TFL for a safer crossing for bicyclists on the A 316 junction with the A 310 London road.

The Richmond Cycling Campaign is calling for a Toucan controlled point.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:46 pm  

Distraction shop thefts in Surrey
Police are investigating a series of thefts in shops in Surrey.

The gang enter shops with a few copies of newspapers or magazines and attempt to sell them to staff.

While staff are distracted, valuable items such as mobile phones are stolen.

There's been reported cases in Woking,Epsom and Guildford.

The male suspect's slim, in his late 20s, and around 5ft 7 with short black hair.

The female suspects are in their 20s and wearing jogging bottoms and saris.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:44 pm  

woman injured in Hammersmith crash
A woman's been taken to hospital after a serious accident in Hammersmith.

The crash involving three cars happened on Shepherd Bush Road just after 8 this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 pm  

Inquiry into super sewer
A brand new inquiry into the controversial Thames Super Sewer will be launched today.

Thames Water has admitted that the cost of the sewer will be more than the original estimate.

Experts, academics and Thames Water officials will meet in Central London to discuss proposals.

If the 3.6 million pound tunnel goes ahead, it will run from East to West London.

Thames Water sees the sewer as a way of diverting sewage away from the River Thames.

However some people living in Hammersmith and Barnes are set against the plans.

During a recent 14 week long consultation, they expressed fears that greenbelt land would be lost.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:47 am  

New deals for AFC pair
Defender Sam Hatton and striker Christian Jolley have signed new deals with AFC Wimbledon.

Both agreed their contracts with the club after training on Saturday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:47 am  

Labour hits out at sentencing reforms
Labour says Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke's sentencing reform plans put cost-cutting before public protection.

Shadow justice secretary and Tooting MP Sadiq Khan says his party could not support the legislation and claimed ministers were "out of touch" with public concern over crime.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:46 am  

Woking F1 team has new partnership
Virgin Racing and McLaren have agreed a technical partnership.

Virgin will have access to the Woking team's facilities including their driver simulator, test rigs and wind tunnel.

The deal will mean members of McLaren's team are embedded within Virgin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:45 am  

Sunday, 3 July 2011

Richmond win gold in London Youth Games
Richmond’s won two gold medals at the London Youth Games.

The achievement came yesterday for the Under sixteens and under eighteens by the cycling team.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:28 pm  

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