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Saturday, 10 November 2012

Home attack in Fulham

Police are appealing for witnesses following the murder on an elderly man in his home, in Fulham this morning.

Officers were called just after 6 am to Hazelbury Road, where the 73 year old was pronounced dead at the scene by London Ambulance Service.

There were other people in the house at the time, but none of them were injured.

The investigation is still on-going and no arrests have been made yet.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:47 pm  

New signing for London Welsh
London Welsh have signed a hugely experienced back row forward, Adam Balding.

Balding has been on trial with the Richmond based club and impressed head coach Lyn Jones, after featuring for Welsh in the Aviva A League.

He has been named on the bench for tomorrows match with Exeter Chiefs at the Kassam Stadium.

Kick offs at 4pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:46 pm  

More arrests in Croydon riots
 
11 people have been arrested in Croydon in connection with last year’s riots.    Police visited 22 addresses across Croydon, south London and Ealing.


Four were charged with violent disorder and burglary offences and six released on bail pending further enquiries.  

Another was taken to Court for failing to appear at Court previously on burglary charges.

All were aged between 16 and 28.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 am  

Charges in Kingston nightclub murder
 
A third man’s been charged in connection with a murder at a Kingston nightclub.

20 year old Benjamin Onwuma  is to appear at Brent Magistrates Court today for the murder of Jamie Sanderson at Oceana on the 25th of October.

22 year old Ashley Milne  and 19 year Brandon Francis, both from Peckham, have already been charged and are being held in custody.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 am  

Friday, 9 November 2012

SUSPECTS WANTED IN CROYDON PHONE ROBBERY
 
Croydon police have released CCTV images of people wanted in connection with a robbery at a phone shop in Purley Way.

It took place on the 19th October around 6 pm at the Carphone Warehouse.

Five suspects forced their way into the store and then assaulted and threatened two members of staff.


They stole more than 40 i-phones and are believed to have left the scene in a silver Jaguar x type car with blacked out windows.


A private reward of £10,000 has been made for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of those responsible.





posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 pm  

'James Bond' to drop in at Sandown's Gents Day this weekend



























Horseracing’s very own James Bond, aka AP McCoy, will be arriving at the Surrey track in true 007 style tomorrow by traveling to the racecourse in a helicopter.

The 17 times Champion jockey, is planning on riding in the first two races at Wincanton before making a quick dash via helicopter to Sandown Park in time to ride in the in The Get Straight to Bet @bluesq.com Handicap Hurdle at 3pm.

McCoy, who is Sandown Park's 2012/13 Jumps Season Ambassador, last week obtained 20 stitches and 2 broken teeth from being kicked by a horse at Weatherby.

However, after a short visit to A&E, the 2010 BBC Sports Personality of the Year was back in action the following day at Ascot.

McCoy rides in three races at Sandown Park tomorrow, including The Hampton Court Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race in which he rides a horse called Your Teepee or Mine, owned by The Happy Campers.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:19 pm  

Amanda Holden admits she is a secret Jackie fan



























An event auction with a difference has taken place in Battersea Park at the Evolution Centre, raising money for the famous Dogs' and Cats' Home.

Some of the dogs strode down the ‘dogwalk’ wearing specially designed outfits for the Coats and Collars Gala Ball last night.

They were created by designers including Stella McCartney, Zandra Rhodes and Vivienne Westwood.

The event was hosted by TV personality Amanda Holden.

As soon as she saw our reporter at the event, she took the opportunity to explain why she hasn’t got a Jackie car sticker.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:11 am  

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Blaze being battled in Kingston's Fife Road




40 fire fighters are tackling a fire in an office block in Kingston.

It broke out in Fife Road just after 1 o'clock.

Fife Road is currently closed.

Thanks to listener @tom3Drecord for the photo
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Sutton Police Awards
Police officers in Sutton are being commended for their professionalism and bravery.

In Carshalton, PC Donna Williams was praised for her work when she helped convince a man with several kitchens knives to put them down.

And PC Caroline Clymer helped to save a woman who was threatening to jump from Times Square car park.

Along with other officers they received their awards at a police ceremony in Bromley.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:52 am  

Queen visits Richmond's Poppy Factory





















The poppy factory in Richmond received a visit from a very special guest yesterday.

The Queen toured the site in the Petersham Road as part of its 90th birthday celebrations.

The factory is where all of the poppies are produced and it provides jobs for wounded or sick ex military personnel of all ages.

Her Majesty is pictured above with former Coldstream Guard, Philip Hayton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 am  

Morning Crashes In South West London
There have been two serious crashes in South West London this morning.

A motorbike and a car collided on the northbound side of the A3 at New Malden.

The biker was treated at the scene and has now been taken to hospital.

His injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

And on Merton Road near South Wimbledon Tube station a car turned on its side.

The fire brigade had to cut a woman free and she’d now in hospital.

Her injuries are not believed to be serious.






posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Richmond Car Thefts
More than 200 vehicles have been stolen in Richmond over the last 6 months.

With BMW cars and Hondo motorcycles being the choice of transport for thieves.

Police say nearly 300 thousand pounds worth of goods taken from vehicles since April.

Residents are being urged to make sure their cars and bikes are safe.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:54 am  

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Fostering service looking for numbers to climb
Sutton's fostering service is reaching out to potential new foster carers this weekend as it looks to get more people signed up.

Youngsters will be given the opportunity to take on the challenge of the 10m climbing wall at the Life Centre while their parents find out about looking after vulnerable children and young people who can’t live with their own families.

The event aims to encourage people to find out more about fostering and ask questions of social workers in the team and foster carers to see how fostering could fit into their lifestyle and with their families. There is currently a need for more foster carers for older children and teenagers.


Last year, Fostering Network, the leading fostering charity in the country, stated that a child came into care every 22 minutes. In Sutton, 79 young people were placed in foster care during 2011/12. However, there is always a need for more people to sign up. If there aren’t enough foster carers in Sutton to meet the needs of the children coming into care they can be sent to carers as far away as Kent which means that contact with their families and friends is made much more difficult and they have to change school.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

Wandsworth Pay Questions
New research has revealed people working for Wandsworth council are paid below the so called Living Wage.

Labour Councillors working for the Conservative run authority claim as many as 105 members of staff are affected.

The living wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually.

It currently stands at £8.33, but is being raised to £8.55.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 pm  

The Queen Visits Richmond
The poppy factory in Richmond is getting a visit from a very special guest today (Wednesday).

The Queen will is touring the site on Petersham Road as part of its 90th birthday celebrations.

The factory is where all of the poppies are produced and it provides jobs for wounded or sick ex military personnel of all ages.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:53 am  

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Wandsworth's top officer pays tribute to female colleague
Tributes have been paid to "much loved and wholly dedicated" police officer, Detective Constable Adele Cashman, who died on duty in Camden last night.

DC Cashman, a Crime Squad officer based at Kentish Town Police Station who also worked out of Wandsworth, is believed to have collapsed while pursuing a teenage phone thief in Belsize Park Gardens, in Camden, just before 10 o'clock last night.

The suspect was eventually caught by a colleague.

Chief Superintendent David Chinchen, Wandsworth Borough Commander, said DC Adele Cashman was an extremely able and dedicated officer, and her loss has had a significant impact upon a number of staff on the borough who have received the terrible news this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:55 pm  

A3 brought to standstill at Hook
Rush hour delays were made even worse this evening after a 15 year old boy is believed to have fallen on to the A3 at Hook.

Police were called to the Ace of Spades roundabout just after 6.15pm, along with the air ambulance, and traffic was held on both carriageways.

A spokesman for London Ambulance said they were investigating a fall from a height and were treating a patient with head injuries.

No more details have been released.

Meanwhile, a woman has died after falling onto the tracks at the North Sheen level crossing in Manor Road.

All trains through Richmond were held and diverted following the incident just before 4pm. There were also severe delays out of Waterloo.

The incident is being treated as non suspicious. The victim has not been identified.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:48 pm  

Statement from Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust


















Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust is reassuring residents tonight that it will not be placed into administration.

The news follows the announcement that Ashford and St Peter's had withdrawn its merger proposal with Epsom due to financial reasons. St Helier's merger with St George's in Tooting is also off.

The below is a statement from the hospital trust.

Since the announcement was made that the merger of Epsom Hospital with Ashford and St Peter’s was halted, we have been working closely with our local clinical commissioning groups, NHS partners and stakeholders to discuss and agree our next steps for the future of Epsom, Sutton and St Helier hospitals.

However, entering the unsustainable provider regime is not something that we, our strategic health authority NHS London, the NHS Trust Development Authority or the Department of Health are currently considering.

Crucially, whilst we are making decisions about the long-term future of our hospitals, our priority will – as ever – continue to be ensuring our patients and local people receive the very best services.


What is the unsuitable provider regime?


As the debts accumulated by the trust are thought to be around the £19m mark, it could be placed into the hands of a special administrator, following in the footsteps of South London Healthcare NHS Trust.

This means an administrator will try and put it on a ''viable footing''

He or she will take over the board and recommend measures to the Health Secretary to put the trust's finances on a sustainable basis.

Why does the trust have to be split and merged?

Under Government rules, by 2014 every NHS trust must attain so called foundation status

This is something Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust could not afford to do alone.

Its best chance was to split and find other hospitals to merge with.

1} NHS Foundation Trusts have more freedom to decide how to run their affairs and deliver services.

2} Foundation Trusts are membership organisations free from central government control.

3} There is an independent regulator called a Monitor to protect the public interest.

4} If Foundation Trusts make a surplus they can invest this in services.

5} Foundation Trusts also have more freedom to borrow for capital projects like new buildings.

6} Foundation Trusts have to deliver on national targets and standards like the rest of the NHS, but they are free to decide how they achieve this.

Only last month, Epsom's MP Chris Grayling told Jackie News that he felt a merger with Ashford and St Peter's was Epsom's best hope.

In the summer, a Save St Helier Services funday was held in the grounds of the hospital in Wrythe Lane. Jackie's reporter Lucy Mayer spoke to many supporters, including Unison's Geoff Martin, pictured above centre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

Olympic banners under the hammer

Nearly 100 banners used to line the streets for Sutton’s Olympic celebrations will be up for grabs as part of an auction to raise hundreds of pounds for charities.

The stunning banners, which donned lampposts and street signs for this once-in-a-lifetime event, will be put up for auction over the next four years, with each year’s money going to the Mayor’s selected charity.

In total 88 banners will be auctioned - 22 each year - between 2012/13 and 2015/16.

The first auction will see all proceeds going to current Mayor, Cllr Sean Brennan’s charity of choice; Sutton Mental Health Foundation. For each year following, proceeds will go to the newly nominated charities.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 pm  

Monday, 5 November 2012

Hounslow Cuts Impact
Hounslow Council says it’s committed to protecting front line services from the impact of cuts in grants.

It’s preparing to discuss savings targets at a council cabinet meeting this week.

It plans to invest 1.5-million pounds in services including a proposed 150-thousand pound funding for additional officers to support child protection cases.

857-thousand pounds is to be earmarked to help deliver the next phase of Hounslow Town Centre redevelopment, and prepare plans to regenerate Feltham Arenas.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:21 pm  

Body Of Missing Woking Man Found
Police looking for a missing man from Woking say they’ve found a body.

51-year-old Emmanuel Penza was last seen leaving the Spectrum Leisure Centre in Guildford on his motorbike at around midday on Sunday.

The body was found in the Normandy area of Guildford at around 4am Monday.

The body has yet to be formally identified but at this stage the death is not being treated as suspicious.





posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:49 am  

Meadow primary closed due to heating problems
 

Meadow Primary School in Stonleigh will be closed today – Monday November the 5th.

The school has no heating.

Deputy Head Mark Truman says he hopes the problem will be rectified today.

Parents are advised to monitor the school’s website or check Parent Mail.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:07 am  

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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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