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Saturday, 28 December 2013

Man escapes from secure hospital in Horley

Police are appealing for help after a man escaped from a secure hospital in Horley.

23 year old Luke Elsmore disappeared from Farmfield Hospital at around ten yesterday morning and has not been seen since.

He is described as white, around six foot two inches tall, with a stocky build and short black hair.

He was wearing a navy blue jumper, jogging bottoms and black trainers when he absconded.

The public are being warned not to approach him as he has a history of violence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:32 pm  

Friday, 27 December 2013

Flooding alerts remain along rivers Thames and Wey
Flooding is forecast tonight along the River Thames in the Radio Jackie area.

Further rain is predicted which will add to the rising river level.

Water levels on the Thames at Thames Ditton Island and on the River Wey at Weybridge are still very high so property flooding is still expected.

There's a flood alert from Datchet to Shepperton Green and from Staines to Egham.

Low-lying land will be affected first - if there is flooding - and the river levels will remain high for 24 hours.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:19 am  

Thursday, 26 December 2013

Curbishley joins Fulham
The former West Ham and Charlton manager Alan Curbishley has joined Fulham football club.

56-year-old Curbishley’s been out of club football for five years and has been appointed first team technical director.

He joins forces with Rene Meulensteen, who replaced Martin Jol as manager earlier this month.

The Cottagers are away to Norwich this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:11 am  

Doctor from Streatham to be buried today
The funeral of a British doctor from Streatham who died while being held in custody in Syria will take place later.

Dr Abbas Khan was on the verge of being released when his family was told of his death last week.

The Syrian government maintains the 32-year-old committed suicide - but relatives claim he was murdered.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:52 am  

Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Portobello Market traders allegedly selling illegal ivory
Three traders from Portobello Market in west London could face prosecution for allegedly selling illegal ivory.

They could face trial under laws which state ivory can only be sold if it dates to before 1947.

Operation Gulak was launched a year ago at the market into the sale of ivory artefacts and other items from endangered species such as turtles and crocodiles.

22-thousand African elephants were illegally killed last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 am  

Leatherhead affected by flooding
Around 80 thousand people in the UK and Ireland look set to face at least the first part of Christmas Day without any power - because of the storms.

Road, rail and air travel's been badly disrupted all day, with nearly 140 flood warnings still in force across England, Scotland and Wales.

Meanwhile the Fire Brigades Union says as the storms and floods hit fire-fighters in Surrey and Kent have been recalled to duty from strike.

And a major incident's been declared in parts of the county, where a severe flood warning's in place on the River Mole through Leatherhead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 am  

Christmas Day messages
Surrey Police Chief Constable Lynne Owens:

Tooting MP Sadiq Khan:

Epsom & Ewell MP Chris Grayling:

Sutton & Cheam MP Paul Burstow:

Brentford & Isleworth MP Mary Macleod:

Rector of Cobham and Stoke D'Abernon, Reverend Robert Jenkins:

Reverend Will Cookson of Springfield Church, Wallington:

Headteacher of Culvers House Primary School, Robert Eyre-Brook:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 am  

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Eastenders’ celebrity spreads Christmas cheer at children’s hospital

Eastenders’ star Jacqueline Jossa (who plays Lauren in the hit soap), visited sick children at Queen Mary’s Hospital for Children this morning to hand deliver presents to youngsters staying in the hospital over Christmas.

The star visited the dedicated children’s ward, A&E and day surgery unit, and spent time with young patients ranging from just three weeks old to 14 year olds.

Queen Mary's shares St Helier's site in Carshalton.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:47 pm  

Surrey Police Manager Reinstated
The head of finance at Surrey Police who was sacked for gross misconduct, has been re-instated.

Paul Bundy was removed after allegations of failure to disclose a change in personal circumstances and mishandling of internal information.

An appeal hearing found the allegations had been proven but a final written warning was a more proportional sanction.

The misconduct wasn’t related directly to his position.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:33 pm  

Numerous parts of Surrey underwater

A Severe Flood Warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for the River Mole at Leatherhead and Fetcham.

Severe flooding is expected in the area around Leatherhead.

River levels are extremely high and are forecast to continue to rise through this afternoon and evening.

Flood levels are likely to peak at around midnight tonight but flooding to properties and other infrastructure is likely to continue into Christmas Day morning.

EA teams are on the ground clearing watercourses and are working closely with the emergency services to assist anyone affected by the floods.

Meanwhile, this was the picture in Cobham this lunchtime.

TwitPic: @moonbeam04
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Lonely no more this Christmas
A pensioner from Sutton says he has been completely overwhelmed by the generosity of strangers.

85 year old Irish national James Gray contacted an Irish newspaper to ask for company on Christmas Day.

He has spent the last nine alone, and said he never wanted to do that again.

The retired butler has been inundated with offers since other media including Radio Jackie took up his appeal.

It’s not yet clear which offer he’ll accept.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:14 pm  

Historic Rink back in Richmond . . . until January the 12th

Richmond Rink was created in honour of the town’s original rink which was demolished in the 1980s.

It attracted many famous figures including Olympic Gold Medal winning duo Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.

They were responsible for hand delivering a petition to Downing Street, to try to prevent its closure in 1987.

Here’s organiser of the new rink at Twickenham's York House, Theresa Reed.

And here's what our Olympic stars had to say about the Rink.

Chris: "Excited to hear that skating is returning to the area having been missed for so many years"

Jayne: "It will be a great event for the local community"
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:51 pm  

Deportation bid condemned

A judge has criticised the government for trying to deport an Australian who disrupted last year's University Boat Race.

37 year old Trenton Oldfield swam in front of crews at Chiswick during the 158th annual Oxford Cambridge race.

He was sentenced to six months in jail – but the Home Office has since tried, unsuccessfully, to deport him.

Judge Kevin Moore says the deportation decision appeared to be exclusively due to one incident and granted his appeal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 pm  

Royal pardon for Alan Turing

Second World War code breaker Alan Turing has been granted a royal pardon.

The mathematician from Hampton was convicted of homosexuality in 1952.

This meant he lost his security clearance, bringing an end to his work on the Enigma.

A blue plaque dedicated to Turing can be seen on his former home, Ivy House, in Hampton High Street.

Justice Secretary, and MP for Epsom Chris Grayling, requested the pardon.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:37 pm  

UPDATE: Disruption across SW London & Surrey after overnight storms
Hundreds of flood warnings are in place across the UK with severe storms causing property damage and transport disruption.

Over 17-thousand homes in Surrey are without power.

Several planes at Heathrow have had to be diverted to alternative airports overnight following aborted landings.

Meanwhile, many rail services are expected to start later than usual this morning so lines can be cleared of debris.

South West Trains say most services won’t run until at least 10am – Southern are running a limited service, with passengers advised to check their route before they travel.

The Highways Agency is warning of large amounts of localised flooding and road closures – the River Mole has burst its banks at Leatherhead.

Surrey Police say they’ve received over 120 reports of trees down over roads and they’re working hard to clear them.

Kate Marks, from the Environment Agency, says they will be working all over Christmas.

We'll have more details in our travel bulletins throughout Breakfast at 20-past and 10-to the hour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Monday, 23 December 2013

Spelthorne Council prosecutes Ashford shop owner for a second time
It was after he failed to remove an authorised external shutter at the Costcutter premises in Feltham road.

Mr Javed Iqbal was already warned about the shutter after a redevelopment of the premises in 2009.

He was convicted at Staines Magistrates' Court and has since taken it down.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 pm  

Man sentenced for killing girlfriend
A man who admitted killing his partner in Streatham has been handed a life sentence at the Old Bailey.

23 year old Russian national Anastasia Voykina was beaten to death at a flat in James Boswell Close in January.

27 year old Felipe Lopes admitted manslaughter on grounds of diminished responsibility last month.

The judge ordered him to serve a minimum term of seven years and three months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Tree comes down on A3 sliproad

Part of the A3 is currently blocked Southbound as you approach Tolworth after a tree fell from a garden on the slip road.

It's now overhanging the busy bypass - which means two lanes have been cordoned off.

We'll have full travel updates throughout the afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 pm  

UPDATE: Bus collision Norbiton

A bus has been damaged after taking a wrong turn and hitting Norbiton Bridge.

The 131 double decker was out of service when the collision happened just after 1 o'clock this lunchtime.

There were no passengers on board, and the bridge wasn’t damaged, however, the roof of the bus appears to have been sliced off.

Alex Whitman witnessed the aftermath.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Closures and cancellations

Hampton Court Ice Rink has closed due to the adverse weather and Chessington World of Adventures remains closed due to Saturday's fire.

Richmond Ice Rink at York House in Twickenham remains open though.

Winter Wonderland Hyde Park is also shut.

As for the trains, you are being advised to travel before 5pm, afterwards you will be subject to delays and cancellations.

@JackieTravel will keep you fully updated throughout the afternoon and evening, or listen live on air, 107.8fm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:57 pm  

A dog is for life, not just for Christmas

Never before has that well known phrase been so important.

45% of dogs taken into Battersea Dogs and Cats’ Home last year were strays – that percentage has risen this year.

Rebecca Norris is Senior Rehomer at Battersea’s centre in Old Windsor.

She says people aren’t taking the message seriously.

You can hear the interview in full by clicking on the Red Button on our homepage
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:12 pm  

Is your council raking it in?
Councils in England are making record surpluses from their parking activities - according to the RAC Foundation.

They generated a combined profit of almost £600 million from their on and off-street parking operations in 2012-13.

That's 5% more than the year before.

The worst offender in England was Westminster council – followed by Kensington & Chelsea who made more than £30 million.

Hammersmith & Fulham council made more than £19 million, while Wandsworth had a surplus of nearly £16 million.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

BA flight collides with building
A British Airways jet has crashed into a building just before take-off at Johannesburg's main airport.

The incident last night injured four airport officials but none of the 182 passengers on board.

The flight, which was believed to be on its way to Heathrow, veered off the taxiway as it headed to the runway.

The aircraft buried its right wing in the two-storey brick structure. An investigation is pending.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:49 am  

Keep an eye on your pets this Christmas
Battersea Dogs & Cats' Home is reminding families of the importance of staying safe around dogs in the home during the Christmas holidays.

The festive period brings young and old together with family gatherings and lots of activity in the home.

But this often means a greater risk of dog attacks, particularly if children are left unsupervised with animals.

Ali Taylor, Battersea’s Head of Canine Welfare Training comments, “It’s a sad fact that often a serious dog attack can happen in the home at this time of year, when both people, relatives and their dogs are taken out of their normal routine.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Don't Drink and Down this Christmas

That’s the message from the RNLI this Christmas.

The charity behind London’s lifeboats has warned the capital’s revellers that alcohol and water don’t mix.

Four people were rescued from the Thames last New Year’s Eve.

They all survived thanks to the quick thinking of crews.

The RNLI has four lifeboat stations along the tidal reaches of the River Thames; at Tower (by Waterloo Bridge), Teddington, Chiswick and Gravesend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

High nonattendance figures for Ealing schools
There were at least 630 children in Ealing reported for not attending school over the last academic year according to latest figures.

These include children not on a school roll or receiving an appropriate alternative education.

The alarming numbers do not account for children who have a school place, but have poor attendance or truancy problems.

Ealing council is appealing to parents of children without a school place to get in touch so they can be helped back into education.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:56 am  

Cable says no to cap on EU migrants
Business Secretary Vince Cable has accused the Tories of being in a “panic” over immigration.

The MP for Twickenham says a cap on European Union migrants is “not going to happen.”

He made reference back to previous periods of heightened tensions in British history, including Enoch Powell's notorious "rivers of blood" speech.

Mr Cable said politicians had a responsibility to "give the facts" and not "resort" to populist tactics.

It comes on the heels of Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg pledging to block any fresh attempts to curb EU immigration.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 am  

South West Trains to run reduced services
Millions of travellers are being warned heavy rain and strong winds could affect them over the Christmas break.

At least 27 rail networks are likely to be hit today as the Met Office issues severe weather warnings in parts of the UK.

Network Rail says their priority is running trains safely - rather than keeping to a timetable.

South West Trains says it will run reduced services this afternoon.

Passengers are advised only to travel if absolutely necessary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 am  

Sunday, 22 December 2013

Good news for heart patients in Tooting
A new heart valve that can be implanted without the need for open-heart surgery has been used for the first time at St George’s hospital.

Cardiologists successfully carried out the 2 hour procedure, on two women in their 80’s last week.

The hospital says the new technology could be a real game changer for people with heart conditions.

It estimates that it will carry out over 50 procedures in 2014.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:27 pm  

Fraudster jailed for 4 and a half years
A conman who sold non-existent tickets for the Olympics has been ordered to pay-back over £300,000 by Kingston Crown Court.

Samuel Ernest, originally from Haiti, could not explain to the judge how he had acquired the money while living illegally in the UK.

Pretending to run a high profile hospitality business he sold tickets to fake events including; a charity dinner supposedly hosted by David Beckham.

The judge sentenced him to 4 and a-half years in prison for 17 counts of fraud.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 am  

Hammersmith regeneration
Plans to demolish and rebuild the Riverside Studios and Queen's Wharf in Hammersmith have been approved.

The scheme to transform the arts and performance hub include building a six storey block with 165 homes and over 8000 square meters for a theatre and film recording studios.

The proposal has received mixed views from local people but performers, Jack Dee and Jo Brand, support the plan.

The council says plans include a spend of over £3 million on improvements to local transport, parks, schools and health care.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 am  

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