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Saturday, 6 July 2013

By-Election in Colliers Wood

A by-election in Colliers Wood will take place on the 8th August following the death of Councillor Gam Gurung on the 24th of June.

Nomination for candidates for the post can be made until the 12th of July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:34 am  

Wimbledon estate agent mis-uses blue badge
An estate agent from South Wimbledon has been has been sentenced for using his wife’s disabled blue badge.

Atique Ul-Rehman used the badge to park outside his son’s estate agency in Tooting Bec Road.

His wife had reported the badge lost and obtained a replacement.

He initially denied the charge, but then changed his plea to guilty on the day of the trial, but claimed he was unable to pay a large fine because he earned only £48 a week.

Wimbledon Magistrates told the 48 year old he was lucky to avoid jail and sentenced him to 220 hours of community service plus £250 legal costs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 am  

Benefits advice in Kingston
Kingston Council is offering advice to people who will be affected by the cap on benefits which will come into effect on the 15th of July.

Experts from a range of organisations including the Job Centre and the National Career Service will be on hand at the Richard Mayo Centre in Eden Street on the 11th July between 10 am and 3 pm.

The government welfare reforms set a limit on the total amount that can be claimed by a household for benefits. People in work or in receipt of Working Tax Credit or over the age of 65 will not be affected.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 am  

Children's competition remembers Epsom suffragette
On the centenary of the death of suffragette Emily Davison at the Epsom Derby, the Council has launched a competition for children aged 11 plus who are resident in or at school in Epsom & Ewell.

The challenge is to produce a piece of work in any medium – such as writing, video or art - on the question of ‘If she was alive today, for what would she be campaigning?’

The topic is aimed to promote discussion about the campaigner’s legacy.

Entries should be submitted before the 13th of September at Epsom Town Hall. Full details are on the Council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 am  

Friday, 5 July 2013

Brixton Shooting Charge

A 50-year-old man will appear in court today charged in connection with a double shooting in Brixton.

Andrew Stephenson was arrested on Wednesday after two housing officials were shot trying to carry out an eviction in Strathleven Road.

The man and the woman, both aged 59, remain in hospital in a stable condition.

Stephenson is charged with three counts of attempted murder and possession of a prohibited firearm with intent to endanger life.

He’ll face Camberwell Magistrates Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:35 pm  

Drink Zone For Hounslow

Hounslow council and the Met Police are to launch a borough-wide Controlled Drinking Zone on the 19th of this month.

It’s part of a crackdown to tackle nuisance street drinkers and a range of other anti-social activities.

The summer initiative, which started this week, will also feature additional estate police patrolling the borough’s housing estates.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

Murray Mania takes over dogs' home


Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s very own Andy Mutt-ay and Paw-ra Robson have taken Centre Court at the animal charity’s Old Windsor centre to give Wimbledon’s tennis champions a few tips for the final matches.

A furry team of ball boys and girls at Battersea’s Berkshire base ducked, dived and soared through the air, displaying the same dogged-determination as the world’s top tennis players, to show their support for dog-lover Andy Murray ahead of the knock-out semi-final against Jerzy Janowicz later today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:13 pm  

Hounslow steps up fight against anti-social behaviour
Hounslow council and the Met Police are to launch a borough-wide Controlled Drinking Zone on the 19th of this month.

It’s part of a crackdown to tackle nuisance street drinkers and a range of other anti-social activities.

The summer initiative, which started this week, will also feature additional estate police patrolling the borough’s housing estates.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:57 am  

Thursday, 4 July 2013

Missing boy from Mitcham has been found
The 5 year old boy who went missing from Abbotts Road in Mitcham this afternoon has been found safe and well.

Earlier the police helicopter took to the skies to assist in the search.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:08 pm  

Jury retires in Heathrow death trial
The jury in the inquest of a man who died while being deported to Angola has retired to consider its verdict.

46 year old Jimmy Mubenga died after becoming ill as the aircraft prepared to leave Heathrow in October 2010.

He had previously been restrained by three G4S security guards and was pronounced dead shortly after being taken to hospital.

The Crown Prosecution Service has previously decided no action will be taken against the guards.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 pm  

Arrest in Bookham
A man’s been arrested in connection with the theft of fuel from an industrial site in Bookham.

Police were called to the site in the early hours of this morning after reports of a van being driven in suspicious circumstances in the area.

A man in his 40s from Morden was arrested on suspicion of theft and remains in police custody at this time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 pm  

Cameron hails major Battersea development
David Cameron has hailed the start of an 8 billion pound redevelopment of Battersea Power Station - saying "It's about time".

The Prime Minister has visited the site - which has been lying unused since 1983.

The listed building's set to become a residential and shopping development, in a project backed by Malaysian investors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:35 pm  

Missing boy in Mitcham
The police helicopter is up again this afternoon.

Crews are searching for a 5 year old boy missing from Abbotts Road in Mitcham.

He's described as black, 3ft tall, wearing a white top, grey trousers, and black cap.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:35 pm  

Sam Walters to leave Orange Tree
The UK's longest serving artistic director, is leaving his post at Richmond's Orange Tree Theatre.

Sam Walters, together with his wife, the associate director, will step down in June 2014, after 42 years.

They were part of a small group who co-founded the theatre in a room above the Orange Tree Pub in 1972.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 pm  

London mayor visits Sutton


London Mayor Boris Johnson visited Sutton to speak with business leaders about boosting the local economy.

He held an impromptu meeting on the High street and asked people whether they would prefer the Boris bike scheme or a Croydon tram link.

The mayor was joined by prospective parliamentary candidate Paul Scully.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 pm  

Bernie Nolan loses her battle with cancer
Singer and actress Bernie Nolan has died aged 52 after a long battle with cancer.

The star lived in Weybridge with her husband and daughter.

She shot to fame with her singing sisters The Nolans -
best known for 1979 hit I'm In The Mood For Dancing.

Bernie also made a name as an actress appearing in
Brookside and The Bill.

On stage, she performed in numerous shows including
Blood Brothers and Flashdance, The Musical.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

New Malden Stabbing

Investigations continue into a stabbing in New Malden.

Police were called last night to reports of a disturbance in the High Street.

Officers attended and discovered a male, believed aged 16, suffering stab injuries.

He has been taken to hospital where he remains in a serious condition - his injuries aren’t believed to be life threatening.

Two teenagers have been arrested and remain in custody at separate police stations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:38 pm  

Earls Court development rubber stamped
Earls’ Court will be demolished to make way for a new development.

London Mayor Boris Johnson has given the go ahead for developers to build four villages on the old venue site.

They will also create over seven thousand homes, leading to thousands of permanent jobs.

Earls Court was first opened to the public in 1937, and has hosted significant events such as the Brit awards and the London Olympics.

The project is expected to take 20 years to complete.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:59 am  

Wimbledon Update
It's ladies semi-finals day at Wimbledon.

But Andy Murray's dramatic, come from behind, quarter-final victory against Fernando Verdasco is still the talk of Henman Hill.

The British number one admitted he needed all his experience to get him through.

These fans tells us it was all very intense.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:51 am  

Work starts in Battersea

Construction's starting at Battersea Power Station today, as the site undergoes an 8 billion pound overhaul.

The central London landmark has been derelict since it was decommissioned in 1983.

The listed building's set to become a residential and shopping development, in a project backed by Malaysian investors.

Work has caused some controversy.

Last week, the developers Qatari said it would be quicker to remove more than one iconic chimney at a time - despite having agreed that with Wandsworth Council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:49 am  

Meet the Beagle that's a contender for Britain's naughtiest dog


For Mr Pickles the Beagle, Battersea Dogs & Cats' Home is becoming a familiar sight.

The mischievous mutt is fast growing a reputation for being one of Battersea's naughtiest dogs and the charity is desperately seeking an owner who is ready for a canine training challenge.

The one year old Beagle has made himself known after arriving at the charity in January when his owners moved house and could no longer care for him.

Since then, the hyperactive hound has been rehomed twice to two different homes but brought back both times because of the canine’s cheeky antics, which include jumping on tables, pilfering shoes and other items, being vocal, and leaving a trail of destruction behind him.

He now resides at the Charity's Windsor home.

Viewers of ITV’s hit second series, Paul O’Grady: For The Love Of Dogs, will see just how naughty Mr Pickles can be when they tune in to the series finale tonight.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:46 am  

Ashtead Incident

Detectives from East Surrey are appealing for information after an 11 year old girl was approached by a man in Ashtead.

The incident occurred at around 8.45 on Wednesday morning.

The man asked if the girl wanted to stroke his pet dog in the back of his car.

She quickly continued with her journey and the man didn’t attempt any further contact with her.

The man is described as having a northern accent, an earring in his right ear, tattoos on his neck and ankle and was wearing a black jacket with white trim at the bottom.

Sergeant John Pearson wants to reassure the community that officers are patrolling the area.

Anyone with any information should contact Surrey Police on 101.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:13 am  

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Police helicopter searching gardens for a suspect in an alleged stabbing in New Malden
Police have allegedly arrested a man after a stabbing in New Malden.

It's thought the incident happened outside KFC in the High Street and a suspect was apprehended in Connaught Road after a helicopter search of the area.

Police have sealed off part of the High Street further along outside McDonalds.

The helicopter was up in the air for about half an hour. Trains were also disrupted for a short time between New Malden and Kingston / Surbiton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 pm  

Hounslow crackdown on anti-social behaviour

Hounslow council and the Metropolitan Police have joined forces to launch a comprehensive crackdown on anti-social behaviour.

The crackdown will see a series of police-led operations over the next 13-weeks targeting a range of anti-social activities.

They include littering, graffiti, street prostitution and drug abuse in Hounslow.

The summer campaign kicked off on Monday with the introduction of a six-month Dispersal Order in the Convent Way/Ringway area of Heston.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:12 am  

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Kensington House Fire

There’s been a major fire in West London this morning.

A three story house on Campden Grove in Kensington has been completely engulfed in flames which have also spread to the property next door.

72 fire-fighters with ten fire engines are tackling the blaze at the property which was being renovated.

A mother and a daughter from a neighbouring property escaped into their garden and fire crews used a ladder to get them over the fence to safety.

Crews from Kensington, Chelsea, Hammersmith, and Chiswick are at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

London lifeboat rescuers called out 20 times over the warm weekend


A group of stranded cyclists cut off by the tide, a drifting broken-down barge and a drowning dog were among 20 incidents attended by London’s lifeboats over the weekend.

The rescues included an incident at Chiswick on Saturday.

The crew of Chiswick lifeboat employed some careful manoeuvring to bring an errant 12m Dutch barge safely back to its mooring.

The broken down boat was drifting with the tide, on a busy stretch of river dotted with rowing sculls and a sailing dinghy, and it was vital to bring it under control to avoid posing any danger to others.

And on Sunday, five cyclists were stranded on Chiswick Eyot after being cut off by the tide.

The eyot is accessible only at low water and the group had become stranded as the tide rose.

Other lifeboat rescues that took place were to assist a man in the river clinging to the chains of a pier, a woman who had collapsed on a passenger boat, and a false alarm after two children were thought to have fallen in the river.

The advice from the RNLI is to take care when on or near the water, and if people see anyone in distress, dial 999 and ask for the Coastguard. If someone’s in trouble we’ll launch – we’re here to rescue, not judge. That’s what the RNLI charity has always been about and always will be.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 am  

Government told to “give more power to local authorities”
Ruth Dombey, the Leader of Sutton Council will today call on the government to release more of its powers to local authorities.

In a speech to the Local Government Association conference in Manchester, Cllr Dombey will tell delegates that too much power is concentrated in the centre.

She will argue it should be in the hands of communities and will criticise Whitehall for how little local government is understood or valued.

Cllr Dombey will set out the case for the redistribution of power citing examples of how local authorities are being innovative in the face of austerity.

They include Sutton’s own agreement to share services such as ICT and HR with several other south London boroughs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:27 am  

Monday, 1 July 2013

HMS Richmond Celebrated on 20th Anniversary


HMS Richmond crew members welcomed the Mayor of Richmond on board last week to mark the 20th anniversary of the battleship’s commissioning.

The Mayor of Richmond upon Thames, Cllr Meena Bond, sailed with the crew for two days to mark its anniversary as the warship made its way from Portsmouth Harbour to West India Dock in the Isle of Dogs.

The purpose of the trip was to strengthen links between the borough and the ship’s crew and to hear of how the Royal Navy sailors are preparing to deploy later this year. HMS Richmond had its capabilities enhanced following her comprehensive upgrade in Devonport last year.

The battleship is among the most tried and tested in the Fleet, having pounded Sadam Hussein’s defences on the Al Faw peninsula in the opening hours of the 2003 Iraq Campaign.

The ship also provided vital aid in the Caribbean after Hurricane Ivan – the tenth strongest storm in history, steamrolled through a succession of islands in 2004.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:41 pm  

Murderer of pensioner jailed for at least 32 years


A man convicted at the Old Bailey on Friday of the murder of a blind pensioner in her own home will spend at least 32 years in prison.

20 year old Daniel Barnett of Holly House, Brentford was found guilty of killing 77-year-old Jean Farrar at her house last October.

He was sentenced today to life imprisonment, to serve a minimum of 32 years.



Police were called at approximately 2.10am on the 25th of October to reports of a disturbance at an address along Brook Road South.

Officers attended and found the pensioner, who lived alone and was registered blind, suffering severe head injuries.

She was taken to hospital where she was later pronounced dead on the same day.

A post-mortem examination gave a cause of death as blunt trauma to the head and throat.

Barnett was arrested within minutes of the incident close to the murder scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:34 pm  

Roadworks get underway across Surrey
Road surface improvement work starts tonight on the A3 across Surrey.

The aim is to improve journeys for drivers.

Sections of both the northbound and southbound carriageways, between the M25 Junction and Hook will be resurfaced overnight.

The work will involve overnight carriageway and slip-road closures.

The work will be carried out in separate phases, with up to four days at each location, which will be clearly signed;

• northbound A3 carriageway between Wisley and Painshill
• northbound A3 carriageway between Painshill and Esher Common
• northbound A3 carriageway between Esher Common and Hook
• southbound A3 exit slip road at Esher Common
• southbound A3 carriageway between Esher Common and Painshill
• southbound A3 entry slip road at Painshill
• anti-clockwise M25 slip road at junction 10

Fully signed diversion routes will be in place with traffic being diverted to the next junction.

Stay tuned for live updates or follow us on @Jackie_travel
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

Savile investigation update
The number of sexual offences recorded by police rose by more than 9% after revelations about Jimmy Savile emerged.

That’s according to figures obtained by the BBC following a request under the Freedom of Information Act.

In Surrey the increase was just over 5% and in London the figure was 3%.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

Appropriate adults needed in Sutton
Sutton Council is urging people to volunteer for Sutton's Appropriate Adults project to support young people and vulnerable adults.

Volunteers will cover a number of hours a week and training will begin in September.

Cllr Dave Callaghan says ‘They offer a vital service for young people and vulnerable adults, who have had frightening experiences’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

Hiker falls to his death
A hiker from Ealing has fallen 850ft to his death in the Austrian Alps.

41 year old Richard Hartley allegedly slipped on snow as he walked with his friend on the second day of their week long holiday.

The pair were tackling a trail at an altitude of over 6,000ft in the Tyrol valley when the tragedy happened on Friday afternoon.

It’s believed Mr Hartley died instantly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

Wimbledon Update
Laura Robson is out of Wimbledon after losing in straight sets to Kaia Kanepi.

Elsewhere, on Centre Court, Serena Williams lost the opening set against Sabine Lisicki.

But she's roared back to take the next, and is a break up in the decider.

Andy Murray is on next against Mikhail Youzhny.

Already through today are Petra Kvitova, Kirsten Flipkins, Li Na and David Ferrer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:48 pm  

Sunday, 30 June 2013

Walking on sunshine – The SunWalk London 2013 in Battersea Park!


Another wonderful event organised by breast cancer charity Walk the Walk took place in the capital city today.

Actress Harriet Thorpe and Broadcaster Gaby Roslin joined over a thousand women, men and children as they enjoyed a fantastic day in the sunshine at The SunWalk London 2013.

Many of the walkers wore the charity’s trademark of brightly decorated bras and with this year’s Circus theme, there were some wild and wonderful creations, everyone uniting to raise money and awareness for breast cancer.

But this was not just another walk in the park! London’s Battersea Park hosted a unique and wonderful cocktail of live stage music, circus sideshows, stalls, dancing, delicious food, stilt walkers, clowns, escapades and experiences for all.



Popular Children’s TV Stars Andy and Sid entertained younger visitors with their own unique show. Stars from Strictly Come Dancing hosted three exclusive “Dance the Dance” workshops, with the chance to get up close and personal and meet the dancers afterwards.

Anton and Erin, Darren and Lilia, and Matt and Nicole made it an unforgettable day for many die-hard Strictly fans.

Battersea Park also rocked to live music all day, with sets from from X-factor star Misha B, chart-topping band Sam and the Womp, and the Urban Voices Collective.

Walk the Walk has raised in excess of £87.5 million for vital breast cancer causes, since it launched 17 years ago, with money granted for research into breast cancer and to help improve the lives of those with cancer now.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:42 pm  

11 year old boy goes missing in Kingston.
Kingston police have released details of a young boy who ran off from his mother at 9.20 this morning. Ivan Kraynov disappeared in Alexandra Road.
He is thought to be heading back to Teddington where he goes to school.

He's described as thin and white with short blonde hair. He's wearing a camouflage army top and shorts and a white T shirt with an England flag on it and the word ENGLAND.
He's carrying a grey rucksack.

Officers believe he may be using public transport and bus companies in the area have been alerted. They are searching for the boy in Kingston Town Centre and up Kingston Hill.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

Roll Up Roll Up -The Sunwalk is finally here


Battersea Park’s long awaited Sunwalk is here.

The three walking challenges, raising money for breast cancer charity Walk the Walk, are taking place today.

This year’s event is one for the whole family, with a range of activities including Dance the Dance Workshops.

They’ll be hosted by BBC's Strictly Come Dancing series two winner Darren Bennett and his partner Lilia Kopylova.

Darren dropped in to the Jackie Studios to explain a bit more about the day.



Volunteers are still needed to help out the event, as Walk the Walk CEO Nina Barough, explains.



If you are interested in volunteering, please click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:50 am  

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