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Saturday, 29 September 2012

Police seize cars

The Met Police have had their most successful day seizing uninsured vehicles on the streets of London.

Operation Cubo on Thursday resulted in 580 vehicles being taken. They also made 64 arrests for other offences including drugs possession and drink and drug driving.

The operation meant Roman Way in Croydon was closed during the afternoon rush hour, also affecting the Trams.

Since the launch of this operation in October last year, the police have seized nearly 37,000 vehicles.

One of their trophies, a Ferrari worth more than £200,000, is being displayed outside Scotland Yard.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:36 am  

Names for new Twickenham schools
New Catholic schools coming to Twickenham have been given their names.

St Richard Reynolds Catholic College and Primary School will be the titles of the secondary and primary schools to open at the Clifden Centre which is currently used for adult education.

Both schools are taking applications to start in September 2013. An open day will be held on the 20th October at the Centre.

The British Humanist Association is trying to stop the opening of the schools and has taken court action to request a judicial review of the council’s decision to approve the Church’s plans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 am  

Friday, 28 September 2012

Man dies after lorry mounts pavement in Putney

A pedestrian has been killed after a collision with a lorry in Putney High Street.

The accident happened just after 4.30pm near the Exchange Shopping Centre.

Putney High street remains sealed off [as of 5pm] We'll keep you fully updated on the travel situation in bulletins throughout Drive or follow @jackie_travel

Photo courtesy of @rhysdurham
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Great Bookham Crash
A motorcyclist has been badly hurt in a crash in Great Bookham.

The man came off his bike at around 3 o’clock this morning on Leatherhead Road near Eastwick Road and Crabtree Lane.

The male rider was taken to St George’s in Tooting where he is being treated for serious injuries.

Police are investigating whether any other vehicles were involved.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:25 pm  

Wimbledon Award
Paul Strank roofing has scooped a prestigious award.

It's been named Merton’s favourite business.

The firm based in Wimbledon was recognised at the Merton Business Awards ceremony earlier this week.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:46 am  

Chiswick Life Boat Naming
Another naming ceremony will take place for the RNLI in Chiswick at 13.00 today (Friday).

Yesterday, Mercedes Formula One Team Boss Ross Brawn named one of the charity’s newest lifeboats , the Brawn Challenge.

Today it is the turn of Olympic rowing medallist Greg Searle.

The new E class search and rescue boat, The Dougie and Donna B, is named after a couple from South East London who helped fund it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:43 am  

Chertsey Water Main Repairs
Veolia Water engineers are continuing to repair a major water main in Chertsey which burst yesterday.

Part of Guildford road collapsed after the 15-inch pipe burst following recent heavy rainfall.

A BMW car fell into the large hole.

Veolia, which supplies Chertsey and north Surrey, apologised for the inconvenience and said it was working to effect repairs as soon as possible.

Last October a section of the same road caved-in leaving a car submerged in water.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:52 am  

Conservative wins Chertsey Meads Ward by-election

Conservative Party candidate Peter Boast has won the Chertsey Meads Ward by-election.

Boast won last night’s poll by 138 votes ahead of Labour’s Doug Scott and UK Independence Party candidate Chris Browne who both took 312 votes.

The seat became vacant in August following the death of incumbent Conservative councillor Chris Knight.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:14 am  

Thursday, 27 September 2012

A beauty event with a difference is coming to Kingston next month.

The Surrey Natural Beauty Show is a chance for people to take a look at safe products while donating to Breast Cancer Care.

The event at Warren House has been spearheaded by 49 year old Kingston based beautician Vee Koppelman.

She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 – and says that prompted her to change her whole beauty regime.

For more details on the event click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

Chertsey Delays
Police are warning motorists to stay away from the A320 Guildford Road in Chertsey.

It’s after a water main burst early this morning just several feet away from Holloway Hill Roundabout.

Unlucky drivers were stuck in jams of up to two hours this morning – there is no word yet on when it will be fixed.

Access to St Peter’s hospital is still being maintained but the Salesian school site for years 7 to 11 is closed for the day.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 pm  

Chiswick Body Find
Police searching for a woman missing from Chiswick, have found a body.

36 year old Anna Sargent disappeared on Tuesday morning last week.

She was last seen at Charing Cross hospital.

Police are not treating the death as suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

Croydon Suicide Support
The MP for Croydon South, Richard Ottaway has praised 2 mothers who took their fight against suicide websites to parliament.

Patti Boyle from Purley and Joanna Lane from Coulsdon handed in a petition to close down the web pages and prosecute those behind them.

Both of the ladies sons took their lives after ordering a suicide kit and book off the internet.

Richard Ottaway is a vocal campaigner on the right for euthanasia, but says this shouldn’t be compared to these vile websites.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 pm  

Richmond Fire Station Threat
Richmond fire station is one of the quietest in the capital – and there are fears that it could be one of 30 stations to close.

The Evening Standard says it’s seen documents showing that the London Fire Brigade is to go through a radical shake up which could lead to 1,000 jobs going.

The plans would close a quarter of the capitals 112 stations with the loss of 30 fire engines.

The paper says the report shows reductions are needed to meet the target of reducing running costs by £65 million.

Many stations deal with fewer than 1 call out a day including Heathrow which gets called out 257 times a year, Richmond 261 times a year, New Malden 268 times and Kingston 285 times.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:50 am  

Sutton celebrates Black History Month

An ‘Evening of Reflection’ featuring a chronological timeline from slavery to the election of Barack Obama as the President of the United States forms the centrepiece of Black History Month’s launch event on Monday 1 October .

The Mayor of Sutton, Cllr Sean Brennan, will officially open the event at the Europa Gallery in Sutton Library and guests will be able to enjoy music from Wallington Girls School choir, performance poetry and a selection of Caribbean food and drink.

William Essel, Chair of Sutton Black History Group, said: “Black History Month is important because it helps young people identify with their past and provides an opportunity to reflect on where we are coming from, as it’s been a long struggle to reach where we are today. It is also an excellent opportunity to inform and integrate the wider community in Sutton.”

The Month is intended to attract people of all ages and key events include ‘Fun With Crafts’ at Honeywood Museum on 11 October, with children aged two and above welcome to come and join the fun.

On 13 October, the ‘Conversation for Change Concert’ will take place at Fairfield Halls, Croydon; organised by the Desmond Tutu Foundation and attended by the Archbishop himself.

The Month’s finale comes on 27 October when guests will enjoy an evening of Black British poetry, music and drama accompanied by African and Caribbean cuisine from 6-10pm at The Sutton Life Centre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:47 am  

Chiswick Lifeboat Launch
Mercedes Formula One Team Boss Ross Brawn will name one of the RNLI’s newest lifeboats in Chiswick at 13.00 today, Thursday 27th.

The new E class search and rescue boat, the Brawn Challenge, has been named in honour of the sportsman.

It’s after he spearheaded a fundraising drive, which raised the 350 thousand pounds needed to fund the new vessel.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:27 am  

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Gold rush for Kingston's Special Olympians
There was a gold rush for Kingston at the Special Olympics despite being one of the smallest squads.

The Athletics squad won 11 medals in the Eastern Regional Athletics Competition – six gold – two silver and one bronze.

Six athletes took part and Mark Gorman won gold in the Standing Long Jump and the 50 metres.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:55 pm  

Dog Arrest In Stonecot

Sutton Police have seized a dog this morning and arrested its 51 year old owner.

The Stonecot Safer Neighbourhood Team went to an address on Forest Road with officers from the Status Dogs Unit.

It’s after local officers had seen what they believed to be a prohibited dangerous dog being walked off a leash in Sutton Common Park.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:17 pm  

West London Gang Arrests
Five men aged between 18 and 22 have been arrested this morning at 8 addresses in Kensington on conspiracy to commit burglary.

During Operation Decker items were seized including luxury watches, designer clothing and cash.

It was part of a clampdown on a gang believed to be responsible for around 12 burglaries in Kensington, Brent, Ealing and Fulham where a number of cars were also stolen.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:50 pm  

Chelsea FC report theft at Cobham training ground
Chelsea FC have called in police after a theft at the club training ground in Cobham.

According to the Evening Standard, 6 wallets, 9 mobile phones and several watches were stolen from staff and players.

A Chelsea spokesperson says that the items were stolen from the ‘club academy dressing room area’ and were carried out by a lone intruder.

CCTV footage confirmed this, and no arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 pm  

Guide Dogs for the Blind gets support from Greg Hands
The MP for Chelsea and Fulham has pledged his support for Guide Dogs in London.

Greg Hands met team members from Guide Dogs for the Blind and has agreed to raise several issues to ensure they get their voice heard.

One main issue includes dog attacks on guide dogs.

Hands says that like them, he is keen to crackdown on dangerous dogs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 pm  

Increase number of 'handbag' dogs arriving at Battersea
New figures show there’s been a 40 per cent increase in the number of ‘handbag’ dogs arriving at Battersea dogs home this year.

The Charity says many are suffering from behavioural issues after being mollycoddled by their owners.

Yorkshire Terriers were the most popular small breed needing Battersea’s attention, with over 90 already coming into the Home so far this year.

Chihuahuas are also an increasingly popular breed at Battersea, with the charity seeing numbers rising by a third in 2012.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 pm  

A former Merton Counciller has died
A former Merton Councillor has died.

62 year old Su Assinen was a strong advocate for the role of the voluntary sector.

Her funeral will be at on the 1st October at 3pm at Putney Vale Crematorium.

Everyone is welcome and Su’s family have requested no flowers but a donation to an animal or environmental Charity is appreciated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 pm  

Ham Youth Club Plans Denied
Richmond Council has refused to grant permission for the development of a multi-use games area at Ham and Petersham, youth club.

The plans for the construction of an enclosed and floodlit area on Ham Close were rejected at a planning committee meeting after objections were raised from residents.

The Council concluded that the development would be harmful to the areas character and openness.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:48 am  

Abramovich angers neighbours with extension plans

Chelsea football club owner Roman Abramovich’s plan to refurbish a 25-million pound home he bought in Cheyne Walk have hit the wall.

Residents in the Chelsea neighbourhood have been angered because the planned roof extension could block their view of the river.

Kensington and Chelsea Council say it will carefully consider the application given the number of stakeholders involved.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 am  

Richmond schools top league table again

Pupils at primary schools in Richmond have once again topped the national league tables.

Figures in the provisional 2012 key stage 2 - SATs - results show 90 percent of pupils achieved level 4 or above in both maths and English.

The results are higher than any other borough in the country and a 3 percent increase on last year.

The borough also had the highest percentages of top grades.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:41 am  

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Calling all fans of Opera . . . with a twist

An Opera company with a difference is hoping to recruit more enthusiasts through its unique blend of singing and comedy.

Teddington based Unexpected Opera’s forthcoming production, the Naked Opera, combines some of music’s greatest arias, with comedy.

It’s having two preview performances next Monday and Tuesday nights at the Forge Music Venue in Camden.

For more details, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:37 pm  

Witness Appeal in North Cheam
Sutton police have re-launched an appeal for information about a serious assault in North Cheam.

A 39 year old woman was attacked at the Nonsuch Inn on London Road on Thursday the 22nd of March at about five in the afternoon when she was eating with her husband and nine year old son.

Two men came in, spoke about an argument that happened earlier at a bus top, then punched the victim in the face causing injuries that needed reconstructive surgery.

The two men made off in separate cars – a silver golf and a silver Astra van with orange and red chevrons on the back doors.

Police want help from people who were on the 213, 151 and X26 buses that day and in particular want to talk to these two men.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:26 am  

Kew Gardens to reopen to public today
The gardens were closed following tragedy on Sunday.

A woman was killed by a falling branch from a tree in Kew Gardens during rain and strong gusts of wind.

She's believed to be around 30-years-old and from New Zealand.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:55 am  

Fulham based cleric is to go
Radical Fulham cleric Abu Hamza could be sent to the United States within days after losing his final appeal against extradition.

Judges at the European Court for Human Rights rejected his - and four other terror suspects' - applications.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 am  

Boat Race protestor in court in Isleworth
The man accused of disrupting this year's Oxford-Cambridge university boat race has appeared in court.

36 year old Trenton Oldfield has denied a charge of causing a public nuisance at Isleworth Crown Court.

This year’s Oxford-Cambridge university boat race was brought to a halt when Oldfield jumped into the River Thames.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:38 am  

Monday, 24 September 2012

Brentford pair to pay for environmental impact of waste oil.
Two men from Brentford have been ordered to pay more than sixteen thousand pounds for running and storing an illegal waste oil collection.

49 year old Barry Wiltshire of Cherry Crescent in the town and 50 year old Kevin Muir of Carville Crescent pleaded guilty at Feltham Magistrates Court.

The pair were fined nine thousand pounds with costs of more than seven thousand pounds.

The Environment Agency said the men under the business name BKM were risking a severe environmental impact.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:33 pm  

Murder charge in Guildford
An 18 year old boy has been charged with the murder of a teenager in Guildford on Saturday night.

Liam Martin of Roundhill Way has been remanded in custody to appear at Guildford Magistrates Court tomorrow.

It follows the death of 19 year old Jake Bates from the town in Roundhill Way.

A post mortem examination showed he has been stabbed in the neck.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:14 pm  

Croydon Police bike ride for charity
Nine officers and staff from the Met police cycled two hundred miles from Croydon to the Netherlands to raise money for charity.

The police from Croydon and Sutton raised more than four thousand pounds for the Marie Curie Cancer Care charity.

They also honoured World War Two veterans by laying a poppy wreath in Arnhem.

This is the fifth consecutive year that the trip has been organised and more than twenty four thousand pounds has been raised for the charity - in total.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 pm  

Weather warning for Souh West London
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for Surrey and South West London.

Forecasters have predicted heavy rain, winds of up to 55 miles per hour.

It's likely to cause disruptions to travel and there's a risk of flooding.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 pm  

Distraction theft in Sutton
Police are trying to trace a man who tricked a pensioner out of £400 in Sutton.

The 77-year-old man in Sutton answered his front door and allowed inside a man who said he wanted to check his pension book.

Police say it happened sometime on Friday morning.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 pm  

Tributes pour in for wine merchant from Putney
Tributes are pouring in for the man who died in a skydiving accident at the weekend.

53 year Patrick Sandeman from Putney collided with another skydiver whilst falling in Peterborough.

He founded the Lea and Sandeman wine company in Chelsea during the 80’s.

The editor of Decanter Magazine Guy Woodward, tweeted saying he was a “fantastic wine merchant.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:17 pm  

Hounslow faces calls for airport referendum

Councillors in Hounslow are being urged to follow Richmond Council’s example and allow residents to vote in a referendum for or against expansion at Heathrow Airport.

The council’s ruling Labour group is being urged to look at Richmond and Hillingdon who’ve promised an aviation referendum on the need or not for a third runway.

A spokesman for the council said it was prepared to consider the idea.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:34 am  

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