Dog owner fined in Chertsey
The owner of two noisy dogs in Chertsey has been fined £1,000 after their excessive barking made his neighbours lives a misery.
Peter Keogh from Ruxbury Road pleaded guilty for breaching a Noise Abatement Notice.
He was fined £1,000 for the offence and ordered to pay costs.
The Council took action after he allowed his dogs to continue barking excessively, despite numerous warnings.
Evidence showed that neighbours had experienced an unacceptable degree of disturbance on an almost daily basis.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:55 pm
Sutton Students top of the A-Level class
Sutton’s students proved they were star pupils in this year’s A-levels.
Early indications show Sutton’s schools have achieved well above the national average – cementing Sutton’s reputation as one of the top performing boroughs in the country.
Cllr Kirsty Jerome, Sutton Council’s Executive Member for Education and Schools, said: "Many congratulations to all the students who are celebrating excellent exam results. These results are the culmination of years of hard work by students, teachers and parents, whose guidance and support is vital for success.
“I wish everyone who has received results today continued success in their future education and careers.”
The students from the 14 secondary schools in Sutton were among more a quarter of a million teenagers picking up their A-level results today.
Staff and pupils at Nonsuch High School for Girls [pictured] were among those celebrating. The school achieved its best ever results - 88% of entries were awarded A*-B grades, with 62% earning A*-A grades. Seven students will be taking up Oxbridge places.
Kathryn Bloxham gained 3A* and 2A's and is off to study Biology at Sheffield.
Sutton College of Learning for Adults (SCOLA) saw 20% of students earn at least one A grade. It was the third year running that the college saw an increase in grades.
The results follow the publication of SATs results last month, which revealed Sutton’s primary schools achieved the third highest results in the country.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 pm
Tram travel free in Croydon this week-end
Tram travel will be free this weekend to help aid the regeneration of Croydon after the riots.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has also confirmed there will be six new cars on the network to help boost services next year.
Its hoped they’ll ease crowding during peak times.
CCTV image released of man in connection with Weybridge van theft
Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with the theft of a delivery van in Weybridge.
The white ford transit was taken from the forecourt of the Total petrol station on Oatlands Drive at around 8.30 in the morning.
The driver had gone into the shop to pay when the thieves struck on June 27th.
It was found dumped in Mitcham in July, with all the contents removed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm
Woman facing eviction awaits decision on son accused of rioting in Battersea
A woman facing eviction from her council house is in court today to find out if her son is guilty of rioting at Clapham Junction.
Wandsworth Council confirmed they’d started eviction proceedings against her after her son was charged last week.
The hearing takes place at Battersea Magistrates court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm
Chelsea deal for Modric moving closer?
There’s further speculation linking Luka Modric with Chelsea.
The Tottenham playmaker has been ruled out of his side’s Europa League match with Hearts tomorrow night.
It’s claimed he has a thigh injury.
Sources claim Chelsea are prepared to make a renewed offer for the player – with Yossi Benayoun possibly going the other way.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm
Last ditch attempt to stop man being deported from Heathrow
Last minute attempts are being made to stop the deportation of a man to Uganda at Heathrow airport tomorrow evening.
Ugandan Robert Segwanyi had his appeal for asylum rejected – despite claims he’s been imprisoned and tortured in his home country for being gay.
A petition has been handed to the Home Office to stop him from being sent back due to fears he may be abused again when he returns.
Another has been sent to pilots at Kenya Airways calling on them to refuse to fly him out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm
Tuesday, 16 August 2011
A fire in Heston leaves house damaged
A two storey house in Heston has been badly damaged by fire.
It broke out yesterday in Ash Grove damaging the first floor.
Three people were rescued and the cause is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:28 pm
Tributes to Staines Town's Chairman
Tributes are being paid to Staines Town Chairman Alan Boon who's died at the age of 65.
He passed away on Saturday.
Alan had been associated with the Swans for more than 40 years.
Tonight's game against Chelmsford has been cancelled as a mark of respect.
As a gesture from Alan's family, Saturday's home game against Salisbury will be free admission with any donations going to St Peter's hospital in Chertsey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm
More photo's from Sunday's Surrey Cycle Classic
The above pictures were kindly supplied by Adam Webb. For more information go to Adamgswebb@gmail.com
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm
Police appeal for help to catch Ewell fruit machine thieves
Police are appealing for information after more than 600-pounds was stolen from a pub in Ewell.
The thieves took the money after breaking into a fruit machine at the Star pub on the High Street on Wednesday afternoon.
It follows a similar theft from another machine at the Slug & Lettuce in Epsom a week earlier – when over 200-pounds was taken.
Officers are looking for four suspects – the first is a man in his 30’s with short dark hair and was wearing a dark top and jeans.
The second is around the same age, with a ‘tribal’ tattoo on his right forearm and blond hair.
The third is in his late 40’s, with a short ponytail and he was wearing a white top and blue shorts.
Finally the fourth suspect is in his 20’s, with both sides of his head shaved and he was wearing a pink V-neck vest, blue jeans and white trainers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:40 pm
Youth in court accused of murder
A 16-year old boy is due at Croydon Youth Court this morning charged with the murder of Richard Bowes.
The 68 year old was found lying unconscious in a street in Ealing during last week's riots.
Witnesses say he'd been trying to put out flames in a bin near his home.
The teenager's also charged with violent disorder and four counts of burglary.
Meanwhile a 35 year old woman is due before Magistrates charged with perverting the course of justice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:43 am
Surrey gets a million for broadband
Rural and hard-to-reach areas have been allocated 362 million pounds to improve their broadband connections.
The money is part of the Government's drive to ensure 90 percent of homes and businesses have access to superfast broadband by 2015.
English counties will get 294 million and Scotland almost 69 million to help the one-third of households not expected to be supplied by the private sector.
Surrey will receive just over a million pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:42 am
16 rescued after fire in Croydon
Sixteen people have been rescued after a fire broke out in a care home in Croydon.
Up to 40 firefighters tackled the blaze which was reported in the early hours of this morning.
The cause of the fire, which severely damaged the two-storey care home on Leafy Way isn't not known.
Ambulance crews took 10 people to hospital who suffered from minor smoke inhalation and shock.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 am
Monday, 15 August 2011
Renewed witness appeal on death of Croydon man
Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses following the death of Trevor Ellis in Croydon during the riots.
The 26 year old was found shot in his car in Duppas Hill Road at its junction with Warrington Road on Monday August the 8th.
Six people have been arrested as part of a police investigation including a 27 year old man in Sutton on Saturday.
More details released about Harlington murder victims
A man has been charged with the murders of Alice Adams and Tibor Vass, both aged 20, in Harlington on Wednesday.
31 year old Attila Ban, a Hungarian national of New Road, Harlington, was charged yesterday and appeared at West London Magistrates' Court. He was remanded in custody to appear at the Central Criminal Court on Tuesday.
Police were called at 3.15pm on Wednesday to the property, following concerns for the welfare of the occupants at an address in New Road.
Officers attended and discovered the bodies of a man and woman, both aged 20, at the premises. A knife has since been found also.
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