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Saturday, 3 December 2011

Tolworth schoolgirl directs her own video

A Year eleven girl from Tolworth Girls School has produced a video on bullying which will be distributed around the area’s schools.

Aakeen Parikh directed the film to mark anti-bullying week.

She says they had fun making it despite the serious topic.

The video can be seen online at yuonline.co.uk and has the backing of Kingston Youth Council.

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 pm  

Friday, 2 December 2011

Tributes pour in for Jackie presenter

Tributes are continuing to pour in for Radio Jackie presenter Ray Rainbow, who died this morning. He was 48 years old.

Ray had been ill for many months and passed away at St George’s hospital in Tooting.

He lived in and around Surbiton for most of his life, and was educated at Hinchley Wood School, then at Brooklands Tec in Weybridge.

He loved all types of music, especially 80s soul, but was never happier than when he was spending time with his wife and young daughter.

It was a dream of Ray's to be part of Radio Jackie, which he loved listening to in the 70's.

One of those with very fond memories of Ray, is Jackie's Programme Controller, Dave Owen.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:28 pm  

What do children really want for Christmas?
It appears children are swapping gadgets for relatives this Christmas.

Thousands of youngsters have taken part in a new survey by Hampton based Childrens’ hospice Shooting Star Chase.

Only 26 percent questioned said they wanted the latest technology.

48 percent said peace on Earth and being with relatives would make their Christmas perfect this year.

Shooting Star Chase supports children with life limiting illnesses and their families in SW London and Surrey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Easier route from Sutton to Gatwick
Sutton’s residents are to benefit from a new coach service straight to Gatwick Airport.

The new National Express service, operating between Gatwick and Victoria, will start on Monday and stop via Sutton.

There will be two stops in the town centre, in St Nicholas Way and outside the station.

The route was established following a campaign by councillors and residents after a previous bus route was curtailed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 pm  

Early Christmas present for people in Hammersmith
Residents in one of London’s most congested boroughs are getting an early Christmas gift.

Hammersmith and Fulham council has pledged to freeze parking charges to help businesses cope with the economic slowdown.

The news comes as Westminster council says it intends to impose new parking charges.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:25 pm  

Have you been affected by dodgy roofers?
Wandsworth Council is urging anyone who feels they may have been targeted by a fraudulent roofing company to come forward.

Harrington’s Construction Limited was recently taken to court by the council.

It’s after an undercover investigation revealed they had been painting old roof tiles to make them look like new.

They were fined £10,000 and ordered to pay costs – but the council fears there could be many victims.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

Update on body found on A3 in Ripley
Surrey Police have announced that the body found on the A3 in Ripley last night was that of a 76 year old man from Woking.

No further details have been released at this stage about the man who was found on the northbound carriageway at around 7:30.

Officers are urging anyone in the area at the time to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

Traders relief at the re-opening of the Albert Bridge
Traders in Battersea say they hope the re-opening of the Albert Bridge will give them a much-needed boost for Christmas.

The Grade II-listed crossing was closed in February last year for strengthening and repair work.

Kensington & Chelsea council and Transport for London funded the work, which cost more than 7-million pounds.

It included strengthening, repairs, repainting and adding new lights.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:04 pm  

Lewis Hamilton opts for a different mode of transport
Lewis Hamilton has swapped a racing car for a tube train today.

The Woking based McLaren driver’s been taking part in a campaign to promote responsible drinking over the festive period.

It’s also been announced that once again people celebrating New Years’ Eve in the capital can use public transport for free.

Hamilton says he hopes the initiative will serve as ‘a timely reminder to have fun but be responsible’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:48 am  

Brentford look forward to FA Cup clash
Brentford are in FA Cup action tomorrow when they take on Wrexham at Griffin Park.

If they can make it through to the next round they could face the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea.

Brentford’s Oliver White spoke to Radio Jackie's George Alderman.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:39 am  

Students stage sit-in at university in Egham
Students from the Royal Holloway Anti-Cuts Alliance have staged a sit-in at the university's campus in Egham.

About 30 students entered a management building on Wednesday.

They want assurance that no courses will be closed or any staff made redundant.

Although occupying the building the students were allowing staff to carry on with their normal activities.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 am  

Body found on the A3 near Ripley
Surrey Police are appealing for information after a body was discovered on the northbound carriageway of the A3 near Ripley last night.

Police were called to the scene at about 7.35pm after reports from members of the public that a body had been seen on the northbound carriageway south of the BP petrol station.

Police would like to speak to motorists who were driving on the northbound carriageway after 9pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 am  

Thursday, 1 December 2011

Love is in the air at Thorpe Park
Love was definitely in the air when a rollercoaster fan proposed - at the top of a 127 foot theme park ride.

Jon Richards, from Staines, popped the question to girlfriend Sarah Jones, at Thorpe Park.

He was given special permission to climb to the top of a ride complete with banners and placards.

His high hopes were successful, and he later climbed down to present his bride-to-be with an engagement ring.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

Officer sacked
A Scotland Yard officer has been sacked for sexually assaulting a woman he met on a "marriage introductions" website.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission criticised the 32-year-old trainee detective constable's "despicable" abuse of trust.

The married officer was based at Hounslow police station when he posed as a single man and met the woman on the internet.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:07 pm  

Thames - says save water
Thames Water customers have been told to conserve supplies.

It's after the firm was forced to use an underground reserve in London for the first time in 5 years.

It comes after below-average rainfall for 15 of the past 19 months.

Thames Water supplies households in London, Surrey and other areas in the South East.

The company says the region needs about 80% of its usual winter rainfall to avoid drought measures next year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 pm  

Lewis confident of new McLaren deal
Lewis Hamilton says he's confident he will sign a new contract to keep him at McLaren beyond 2012.

The 2008 world champion has been with the Woking team since he was 13 but his current deal expires at the end of next year.

Hamilton was heavily linked with a move to Red Bull earlier in the season after he met team boss Christian Horner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 pm  

Man injured in crash in Esher
A man's suffered serious injuries after a crash in Esher.

Just before 3.30 this morning a black Volkswagen Passat was travelling on along the Portsmouth Road towards Cobham when it left the road.

The vehicle entered a verge at the side of the road before rolling over several times.

A 28-year-old man, was thrown from the vehicle and became trapped under the car before being freed by Emergency services.

The man suffered serious head and facial injuries and after being treated by paramedics to St George’s Hospital in Tooting.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 pm  

RFU to investigate leaked report

It’s claimed the RFU have hired former Scotland Yard detectives to find out the identity of who leaked the damning World Cup report.

The reports revealed embarrassing accusations – and come on the back of the controversy over some players behaviour at the tournament.

Sir Ian McGeechan was coach of the British & Irish Lions on their last tour in 2009 – he’s been speaking to Radio Jackie.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:45 am  

Warning for people heading to Olympics through South West London
People heading out to see next years Olympics could face travel delays of up to half an hour.

TFL estimate that over a million extra journeys will be undertaken on the tubes and trains next year.

South-west London is expected to turn into a red zone – with major disruptions taking place during the London-to-Surrey road cycling races on the opening weekend.

Transport chiefs are urging people who want to view the once in a lifetime sports event to seek their routes wisely.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 am  

Elmbridge parking charge plans put on hold
Plans to introduce on street parking across Elmbridge have been put on the shelf.

Surrey County Council planned to use pay and display machines across East Molesey, Esher, Cobham, Weybridge and Walton.

The new Surrey County Council leader David Hodge says he’s to let local committees decide on their own parking policies.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:37 am  

Plans to let volunteers run Surrey libraries in doubt
Plans to let volunteers run a number of Surrey’s libraries are a step closer to being scrapped.

From April next year, a number of Surrey Libraries could be introduced into a community partnership.

And it was agreed a second load of libraries, including Hersham would follow suit.

However, new Surrey County Council Leader David Hodge has indicated that the second set of changes might not go ahead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 am  

Parents in Hampton speak out over Normansfield Avenue plans
A group of people in Hampton have started a petition to stop Richmond council from developing in Normansfield Avenue.

Parents from Hampton Wick Infants and Nursery are urging bosses to use The Avenue Centre for school expansion.

Both the Nursery and School were recently selected for expansion.

To see the plans, go to Richmond.gov.uk/petitions
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 am  

Warning to Sunbury parents whose children attend the Pavillion Day Nursery
A nursery in Sunbury has been shut down for a deep clean after a child has been diagnosed with Eco-Li.

Parents whose children attend the Pavillion Day Nursery are to receive a letter from the health protection agency warning of the dangers.

Doctors believe an unconfirmed case might have sparked the outbreak.

Symptoms include mild and bloody diarrhoea, stomach cramps and fever.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 am  

Bidders invited to run Wandsworth and Croydon Libraries
Organisations are being invited to bid for the taking over of Libraries across Wandsworth and Croydon.

Council leaders are saying the move to hive off library services will generate savings and lower overhead costs.

If Wandsworth and Croydon councils find a suitable bidder, you could see a coffee bars spring up in you’re local library.

If the plan’s successful library services would remain free to use and the buildings would still be owned by the local authority.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 am  

Primary schools in Wandsworth to have intake numbers increased
A number of primary schools in Wandsworth are to have their yearly intake numbers increased.

In total, 210 places are to be added to Riversdale, West Hill, Hillbrook, Smallwood, Swaffield and Penwortham Primary Schools.

Its all in a bid to satisfy the demand for places.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 am  

Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Wandsworth and Croydon seek new library management
Wandsworth and Croydon Councils are looking for organisations to manage their library services.

Bidders are being asked to come up with new ideas for improving the running of libraries.

They are also advised to pitch any additional services they could provide such as café’s, or online movie streaming.

The local authority would still own the buildings and core library services would remain free to use.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 pm  

Appeal to trace stolen puppy in West Ewell

An appeal is being made after a German Shepherd puppy was stolen from a pub in West Ewell.

Kaiser, a red and black 5 month old puppy, was in a purpose built pen in the garden of the Eight Bells in Kingston Road, when he was taken on Monday.

He's easily identifiable as he has a unique tattoo of his registration number in his ear.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:19 pm  

Two major accidents in Surrey
There have been two major accidents on Surrey’s motorways this morning – causing major delays for drivers.

A man’s been taken to hospital suffering from burns after a collision between two vans and cars on the M25.

The victim, in his 60’s, is being treated at St George’s hospital in Tooting after the crash between Chertsey and Wisley.

Meanwhile the air ambulance has landed on the M3 after a van and car collided in Sunbury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:18 pm  

Man guilty of 'taxi touting' in Richmond
A man's been found guilty of taxi touting in Richmond.

56 year old Najeer Akhatar a minicab driver of Maidenhead was found to have no insurance.

It followed an operation by Safer Transport Command officers to catch illegal cab drivers.

Legally, only black cabs can pick up passengers on the street without a booking.

All other cabs − even those licensed by TfL − must be pre-booked with a licensed operator.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

Police investigate 'con' in West Ewell
Detectives are reminding people to be vigilant after a cold-caller attempted to con an elderly man in West Ewell.

An 82-year-old received a phone call from a man claiming to be from the water board.

The caller claimed drainage work had already been carried but the water company needed to do further repairs at a cost of £3,000.

The victim was then told someone would arrive at his home later the same day to collect the money.

The man went to his bank and attempted to withdraw the money but a bank employee became suspicious and reported it to police.

A teenager's been arrested on suspicion of fraud.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:15 pm  

Police appeal to find missing woman in Croydon
Police are growing increasingly concerned for the safety of a woman missing from a care home in Croydon.

69 year old Maria Santos-Gouveia was last seen on Sunday.

There have also been unconfirmed sightings in the Crystal Palace Triangle area, and near to Anerley Station,

Maria is white, around 5' 3", of medium build with short dark/greying hair.

She was wearing a black and white checked nightdress, brown jacket and also wears glasses with thick, clear frames.

She suffers from a number of medical issues, including diabetes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 pm  

Simon Choat a lecturer at Kingston University talking about going on strike
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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:46 pm  

Osborne backs Northern Line extension into Battersea
Chancellor George Osborne has backed plans to extend the Northern Line to Nine Elms in Battersea.

The extension was one of several infrastructure projects backed by the government in yesterday’s Autumn Statement.

It’s hoped the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station will create 25,000 jobs and provide 16,000 new homes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

Investigation begins into Thornton Heath shop fire
An investigation is under way after a fish and chip shop in Thornton Heath caught alight yesterday.

The fire brigade was called at around 4pm.

Four fire engines and twenty fire fighters had the blaze under control within an hour.

The ground floor of the shop on Brigstock Road has been damaged by the fire.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:29 am  

Tadworth resident fined for benefit fraud
A man from Tadworth has pleaded guilty to benefit fraud.

60 year old Kenneth Allen failed to inform the authorities he was working.

From October last year to February this - he fraudulently received 2 thousand 7 hundred in Housing and Council Tax Benefit and Income Support.

He’s been ordered to pay a £310 fine and repay all the money he illegally received.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 am  

Funds raised for Woking charity at police officer memorial service
A Woking charity is set to benefit after hundreds of people gathered at a memorial service for a Surrey police officer.

The service was held at Guildford Cathedral yesterday in memory of detective Heather Cooper.

She was found dead in woodland in Sussex last October – a man will appear in court in the New Year charged with her murder.

Domestic abuse charity Your Sanctuary will receive just over a-thousand pounds after a collection.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:25 am  

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

School strike closures Wednesday November 30th
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:10 pm  

Strikes set to hit SW London and Surrey
Surrey and South West London are bracing themselves for the biggest strike in 30 years.

Public sector workers are walking out over planned changes to their pensions.

Latest figures show 147 schools in Surrey won't be open tomorrow, with a further 58 partially closed.

Rallies are being held in Woking, Leatherhead and Kingston.

Meanwhile, London Ambulance service are warning that people with minor injuries may not receive help during tomorrow’s strikes.

Patients with back pain, upset stomachs, or small cuts may have to wait longer for an ambulance or have to seek help elsewhere.

But London Ambulance say they will still continue to provide a ‘safe’ service and will prioritise seriously ill or injured patients.

And The government’s insisting that border controls at Heathrow airport ‘won’t be relaxed’ during tomorrow’s strikes.

Home Office minister Lord Henley said border security remains a ‘top priority’ and contingency plans are in place.

But Hayes & Harlington MP John McDonnell says the airport should be shut on safety grounds.

The airport says passengers could face possible 12-hour delays getting through immigration.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:36 am  

Woman charged after racist video posted on internet
A woman's been charged after a video was posted online showing a passenger shouting racist abuse on a tram.

The incident happened on the Croydon to Wimbledon Tramlink route - police are yet to clarify exactly where or when the incident happened.

34-year-old Emma West, from New Addington has been charged with a racially aggravated public order offence.

She’ll appear before Croydon Magistrates’ later after the video went viral on Facebook and Twitter yesterday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:35 am  

Claygate and Hersham cricket clubs join forces

Claygate Cricket Club have announced they’ll be joining forces with Hersham next season.

The clubs will jointly run two league teams on Saturdays and one on Sunday – as well as Sunday friendly sides and colts teams.

They’ll also share responsibilities for day-to-day running and organising social events, as well as sharing facilities.

That includes the new clubhouse on the Claygate Recreation Ground – which is currently under construction.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:33 am  

Police appeal after Sutton pub attack
A man’s in hospital with serious head injuries after being attacked outside a pub in Sutton.

The 50-year-old had gone out for a cigarette at The Gander Inn on Saturday night when a man followed him and attacked him.

Police would like to hear from anyone in the St Dunstan’s Hill area at around 8 o’clock that night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:55 am  

Drink Driving Warnings to be Added to Alcohol Labels
The Institute of Advanced Motorists is calling for drink driving warnings to be put on the labels of alcoholic drinks.

The announcement comes at the start of the IAM’s Christmas Drink Drive Campaign.

In 2009 one in five motorists killed in crashes were over the legal limit and a further fifteen hundred seriously injured.

The alcohol industry has agreed to provide health information on eighty per cent of alcohol labels in the UK by 2013.

The IAM believes drink driving warnings should be included.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:29 am  

St George's Healthcare Trust Launches Public Consultation
St George’s Healthcare NHS trust has launched a public consultation on its plans to develop neurohabilitation services.

The proposal is to relocate the majority of services currently provided at the Wolfson Neurohabilitation Centre in Wimbledon to Queen Mary’s Hospital in Roehampton.

Patients requiring more complex care will be treated in a dedicated facility to be based at St George's Hospital in Tooting.

Consultants, nurses and therapists have designed the new plans.

It’s designed to improve the care offered to patients in South West London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:02 am  

Monday, 28 November 2011

Fire Chelsea
A 26 year-old man has died after apparently setting fire to himself in a street in Chelsea.

Paramedics were called to Pond Place just after 8pm on Friday after neighbours reported seeing a 'fireball' outside their homes.

Several passers-by tried to help him and put out the flames, but he died at the scene – believed to be his girlfriend’s house.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 pm  

Careless Council in Chelsea
It’s been revealed personal details of some of Chelsea’s residents including photographs were left in a pub by a council employee.

The incident was one of four since July 2008 where sensitive information has been lost by the council, or left in a public place.

The documents showed the names, addresses, dates of birth, health and income reports of a number of residents receiving benefits.

The council has promised a thorough investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 pm  

Appeal to reunite lost cat with owner in Osterley
A man from Osterley who stopped to rescue a cat which had been hit by a car and left for dead is trying to reunite it with its owner.

Jason Taylor was on his way out shopping when he passed what he thought was a dead animal on the road.

Upon his return he realised that it was in fact a tortoiseshell feline.

The cat, which is being looked after at an RSPCA centre in Putney, underwent almost £500 worth of treatment paid for by Mr Taylor.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 pm  

Depressed doctor commits suicide
An inquest has heard a woman from Ealing drowned herself in the Thames because of the pressures of her job.

Doctor Sumayya Dukes had been working long shifts at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington when she was signed off with stress.

The 24 year old was due to start back at work last January however her body was found by passers by at Mortlake.

A post mortem confirmed she’d overdosed on anti depressants before she drowned.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 pm  

Safe Local Hospitals
Epsom, Sutton and St Helier hospitals are amongst the safest in the country.

That’s according to the Dr Foster hospital Guide 2011.

The survey showed that the hospitals had some of the lowest mortality rates in England and Wales.

The announcement comes on the same day as it was revealed that assaults on hospital staff are up 14% on last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:35 pm  

Abuse on a Croydon Tram
An arrest has been made after a woman was filmed shouting racist abuse on a tram from Croydon to Wimbledon.

The clip has been viewed more than 10,000 times on Youtube.

The video shows the suspect sitting with a child on her lap - using offensive and abusive language towards other passengers.

British Transport Police has confirmed a 34 year old woman was arrested this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:34 pm  

Hamilton and Massa end feud
Lewis Hamilton has brought an end to his long-running feud with Felipe Massa.

The Woking driver gave the Ferrari man a hug after the Brazilian Grand Prix.

The duo had not been on speaking terms after colliding six times this season.

Massa says he was pleased that Lewis came around to him saying it was a very nice gesture on his part.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:47 pm  

Report out into riots
The first report into the summer's riots has found they weren't about or caused by any single issue.

The government's just published its preliminary report into the disorder in August.

It says the police in Tottenham and the rest of London should have been more robust - as that would have prevented the riots spreading.

An independent panel's collected evidence from 20 locations, including Croydon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:46 pm  

New report on Northern Line extension
An independent study will show extending the Northern Line to Nine Elms could deliver a multi-billion pound growth injection to the UK economy.

Preliminary findings from the Volterra Partners report indicate that a two station tube extension could maximise development in the area.

It says it could add an extra 17,000 jobs and 7,500 homes to the area-wide regeneration programme.

The on-going study is expected to be published within the next two weeks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:46 pm  

Commuters battle signal delays
London commuters faced significant rush hour delays this morning after a series of problems on the railways.

A signalling problem at Lewisham led to delays for passengers travelling on trains run by Southeastern.

And South West Trains could not call at Chessington South, Chessington North, Tolworth or Malden Manor stations because of a broken-down train.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 pm  

Update on fire in Uxbridge
Fire crews are still on the scene of a fire in Uxbridge.

Three people had to be rescued from the burning shop and flats – while 10 others were evacuated from nearby buildings.

It broke out on Parkfield Avenue shortly after 7 o’clock this morning.

The fire is now under control – but pockets of flames are still being dampened down.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:38 pm  

Harlequins' amazing run continues
Harlequins are nine points clear at the top of rugby union's Premiership following yesterday's 39-8 victory against Newcastle at the Twickenham Stoop.

That win makes it thirteen straight victories in a row for Conor O'Shea's men.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 am  

Labour select candidate for Feltham and Heston by-election
The Labour Party last night selected local campaigner Seema Malhotra to be their candidate in the Feltham and Heston parliamentary by-election next month.

The by-election will be fought on the 15th of December and follows the death of Labour MP Alan Keen who lost his battle with cancer earlier this month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:01 am  

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Full-time score from the Twickenham Stoop
A competitive game from start to finish.

The score line reflects the strong performance by Harlequins but not the immense workload of Newcastle. It was a tough game with many hard tackles - Harlequins player Jordan Tunner-Hall limping off the field.

Such was the determination of bottom of the table Newcastle that they were down to thirteen players at one point, two having been sin binned.

Danny Care made an impressive return to the game scoring a try and commanding the field of play. The Quins made opportunities and took them. They remain unbeaten this season.

Full time score: Harlequins 39 Newcastle Falcons 8.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:05 pm  

Cabinet votes to protect transport services in Richmond
Transport services for vulnerable adults and children will be protected by Richmond Council.

That’s the decision from the latest cabinet meeting.

The Council provides a home pick-up service to and from day centres and schools as well as a shopping bus.

Currently around a hundred older vulnerable people and three hundred children with special needs use the service.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

Drug Smuggler Sentenced at Southwark Crown Court
A drug smuggler’s been sentenced to eleven years in prison at Southwark Crown Court.

52 year old Munir Khalid hid nearly six kilos of heroin in shirt collars and shirt boxes.

The estimated street value is over four and a half million pounds.

He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to import a Class A drug.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:18 pm  

Half-Time action at the Twickenham Stoop
The first 40 minutes of this AVIVA Premiership match between Harlequins and Newcastle Falcons has been far from easy. Although top of the table Quins lead into the break, bottom of the table Newcastle have held their nerve.

Two tries, one conversion and a penalty for the Quins - a single try for Newcastle.

At half time at the Twickenham Stoop it's Harlequins 15 Newcastle Falcons 5.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:50 pm  

Jackie presenter in race to reach top of the charts


There’s another pop star vying to beat X Factor to the top spot this Christmas.

It’s none other than Radio Jackie’s Drive presenter Mick Brown.

He’s re-releasing the 80’s hit Haven’t stopped dancing yet, which he recorded with fellow DJ Pat Sharp for charity.

Pat is currently in the jungle as part of ITV’s I’m a Celebrity.

Mick says re-releasing the single is his way of supporting Pat . . . . and having a bit of fun at the same time.


You can download the single on Itunes now! and you can catch Mick on Drive every week day between 4pm and 7pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:05 pm  

England's women's rugby team triumph at Twickenham
England's Womens' rugby team was in fine form last night beating the world champions New Zealand 10-nil at Twickenham Stadium.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 am  

Surrey consumers warned to lookout for fake vodka
Surrey County Council Trading Standards is warning consumers to be on the look-out for an illegal drink called 'Drop Vodka'.

The unsafe 'vodka' contains potentially dangerous chemicals that pose a health risk.

Although not spotted in Surrey yet it has been found for sale in off-licences, corner shops and petrol stations across the country, including just over Surrey's border in Aldershot.

Tests on the illegal drink showed the presence of propan-2-ol which is commonly found in industrial solvents and methanol and could be harmful to peoples health.

Surrey Council Trading Standards has warned all relevant businesses in the county to remove 'Drop Vodka' from sale if they had it in stock.

To reports the sale of the 'vodka' or any other fake items call Consumer Direct on 01622 626520.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:02 am  

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Paul grew up in Fetcham and now lives in Teddington with his wife, two cats and a dog. He supports Fulham and plays in a band.

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Haz is from Hampton and loves all genre in music, but has a soft spot for reggae and Bob Marley.

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Emma used to walk past Jackie when she was younger and wonder what it looked like inside. Now she knows.

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Sharmeen lives in Worcester Park and loves lie-ins, kittens, books, politics, make-up and anything with sugar in it, but hates Monday mornings with a vengeance.

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Josh likes wine and Football Manager, preferably at the same time. He is also a passionate Chelsea fan.

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Ellie is from Thames Ditton and is learning Hindi very slowly.

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Rosalyn hails from Richmond via Paris but she has a big love of Scottish rugby.


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Hannah is a Claygate girl who loves 90s hiphop, cats, singing (badly), playing guitar (also badly) and filmmaking.


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Gabi is from Surbiton and eats out way too often. She dreams of owning a sausage dog called Evil Knievel.

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Martha was originally called Lettuce, but thankfully her parents saw sense.

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Ann-Marie McDermott
Ann-Marie enjoys nothing better than a glass of wine in good company and is also a fan of photography, make-up and playing the piano.

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Scott McGee
Scott has lived around Kingston all of his life, but has a special connection to Richmond Park. He loves watching sport.

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Iona Stewart-Richardson
Iona enjoys writing plays, poetry and kayaking.

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Ed Drake
Ed was born and raised in South West London. Having competed in alpine skiing at the Olympic Games, he’s a lover of speed on a motorbike, car or on skis.

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Grace wants to be the next Mary Berry, failing that, she's happy being a journalist! She recently started a vinyl record collection and loves old movies.

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Katie Shanahan
Katie is a Kingston girl who loves sport. She’s played hockey for England, but now enjoys cycling in the Surrey Hills with a good coffee and cake to finish.

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Adam Shaw
Adam is passionate about football and Jaffa Cakes.

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David Walker
David presents both news and travel - more on Presenters page.

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Katie Polglase
Katie has learnt to speak Spanish, Arabic and the odd bit of Persian. But when all seems a bit too much like hard work, she'll be playing the piano or guitar or just watching Netflix.

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Holly Snelling
Holly would love to have a job that pays her to travel round the world and is a firm believer houmous goes with almost anything.

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Sandra Aggrey
Sandra wants to travel the world in 60 days.

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Warren Muggleton
Warren loves rowing, playing piano & drums (not at the same time though!), and old BBC comedies.





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