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Saturday, 22 February 2014

Children's Bookshop Shuts

A children’s bookshop in Richmond is among the independent shops who’ve succumbed to pressure from the internet.

The number of independent bookshops in the UK has fallen below 1,000 for the first time according to the booksellers Association.

The Lion & Unicorn Bookshop in Richmond, was dedicated to children’s books.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:57 am  

Hounslow cuts B & B use
The number of people resorting to staying in B&Bs in Hounslow has fallen dramatically.

There were 110 families in such accommodation for more than six weeks at a time in the borough in July last year.

But by the end of December, there were just 4.

The fall has been put down to council initiatives such as the Homeless at Home scheme, and helping people move into the private sector.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:19 am  

Recovery centres for flood victims
With river levels starting to drop, the clean up is beginning.

Spelthorne, Runnymede and Elmbridge Councils have set up 7 flood recovery centres for people affected by the flooding to get help and advice.

Council and Environment Agency staff are on hand to explain what precautions you need to take when cleaning your property.

They also have CO2 monitors, food boxes and cleaning products to hand out.

The Centres can be found at:

(1) Hythe Centre, Thorpe Road, Egham TW18 3HD
(2) Chertsey Hall, Heriot Road, Chertsey KT16 9DR
(3) Elmbridge Community Hub, 72 High Street, Walton on Thames KT12 1BU
(4) Spelthorne Museum, 1 Elmsleigh Road, Staines TW18 4PM
(5) St Mary Church Hall, Green Street, Sunbury on Thames, TW16 6RM
(6) Greeno Community Centre, Glebeland Gardens, Shepperton TW17 9DH
(7) Lucan Pavilion, The Broadway, Laleham, Staines TW18 1RZ
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 am  

Fight to prevent Croydon water plant flooding
The Environment Agency and Tandridge, Croydon and Surrey Councils have set up an emergency flood relief project to protect the Kenley waterworks from flooding.

Firefighters have been at the site for two weeks pumping high volumes of water away from the facility.

The relief scheme brings in the Army to make a series of temporary reservoirs to slow the floodwater from the Caterham Bourne.

The first stage started on Friday with the closure of Woldingham Road between the A22 and Bug Hill to all traffic except residents.

The project could last up to six months while a funding bid is prepared for a long term solution.

If the plant was to be closed, 450 nearby homes would flood and water supply for up to 47 thousand homes would be affected.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:03 am  

Roehampton research finds oldest inhabitants of Britain
Research from a joint study by Roehampton University and the University of Hull has found that Britain’s oldest inhabitants are tiny shrimp-like animals that have lived here for at least 19 million years.

It had been thought no animal species could survive the dramatic climate changes that have happened during that time.

But this species live in subterranean groundwater which may have protected them from severe temperature variations.

Professor Anne Robertson at Roehampton says that this shows the importance of underground ecosystems which need better conservation policy to protect them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:34 am  

Arrests in Flooded Egham
Two men were arrested in Egham on Thursday evening as part of the police crime prevention operation in the flood affected areas.

Officers on patrol in Hythe spotted the two men - aged 33 and 39 - in a vehicle acting suspiciously in Ayebridges Avenue.

They were found to have tools and equipment that police suspected were to be used to commit theft.

Extra patrols are out in the area and number plate recognition cameras are being used to deter criminals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:15 am  

Friday, 21 February 2014

Hayes Murder Inquiry
A murder investigation’s been launched in Hayes following the death of a 46 year-old man.

Police were called at around 9.30 last night, to reports of a disturbance in a block of flats in St Dunstan’s Close, and found a man with stab wounds to his torso.

The London Ambulance Service attended and the victim was taken to a central London hospital where he was pronounced dead later.

A 16-year old boy’s been arrested and is currently in custody at a west London police station.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:54 pm  

SW London Cycle Hire Funding Gap

It has emerged Barclays Bank didn’t pay for any of the cycle hire scheme last year – despite being its sponsor.

A document from August 2011, released via a freedom of information request to the BBC, showed TfL had expected £10million.

The roll out to south-west London was partly funded by councils in the end.

TfL said it still "expects to receive a contribution" from Barclays.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:51 pm  

New Security At Heathrow

Specialist anti-slavery teams are to be based inside UK airports in a bid to clampdown on human trafficking.

The first team will be based at Heathrow from April the 1st. The scheme will then be rolled out at other airports.

The teams will be tasked with identifying victims and disrupting criminal gangs involved in international trafficking.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:27 pm  

Teenager missing from Battersea


Police are appealing for help to find a teenager missing from Battersea.

13 year old Britney Bonnick was last seen at 11:30am on Monday before she left her home in Alfreda Street.

Britney is described as black, 5ft 4ins tall and of slim build.

She is known to frequent the Wandsworth Southside shopping area and Wandsworth Southfields.

Anyone who has seen Britney is asked to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:11 pm  

Polish woman rescued from prostitution in Hounslow
Police have today rescued a Polish woman held against her will and forced into prostitution in Hounslow.

Two women in their thirties, a 30-year-old man and a 44-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of sexual exploitation and conspiracy to control prostitution.

Officers forced entry to a house in Bath Road after they received information that a woman there had been trafficked and forced into prostitution.

The woman is currently being cared for and is receiving help and support.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:42 pm  

Man jailed for manslaughter
A 43 year old man has been sentenced to ten years in prison for the manslaughter of a three-year boy at an address in Lambeth.

Police were called by ambulance crews, who took the gravely ill child to St George’s Hospital in Tooting, where he later died.

It is believed the child was assaulted sometime during the evening – the cause of death was multiple injuries similar to a fall from a substantial height.

During his interview, the man denied assaulting the child and blamed the injuries on a fall or medical staff performing CPR.

Neither the perpetrator nor the victim can be named for legal reasons.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:13 pm  

No Charge Brought In Alps Killings
French prosecutors say no charges are being brought against a former policeman arrested over the killing of a British engineer, Saad al-Hilli from Claygate, and his family in the Alps.

The 48-year-old’s been released, but is still being investigated over allegations of arms trafficking.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:44 am  

Kingston Council's A Board dispute with shop owners rears its ugly head again

Kingston Council is once again reminding businesses along Tolworth Broadway, that they need to remove their A Boards from the street.

In 2006, the Council stated it is unlawful practice and can no longer be allowed.

That's despite the pavement being 18ft wide, and wooden street furniture recently being installed in the middle of it.

Many businesses, including Jackie, use A boards to advertise the fact they are open for business.

They are seen by traders as a way to let people know the local high street is still very much open.

Traders in Tolworth say they need their A Boards even more, after some councillors suggested people should avoid the pavements completely, and use the new Greenway to walk along Tolworth Broadway - effectively avoiding the shops.

The video below was filmed in 2009, when Council enforcement officers forcibly removed Jackie's A Board.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:42 am  

Fulham striker described as 'extraordinary goalscorer'
New Fulham manager Felix Magath has described striker Kostas Mitroglou as an extraordinary goalscorer.

He may not be fit for tomorrow’s game at West Brom though.

Magath says when he is fit, he will be a huge asset.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:58 am  

Met Police pay out most in country for dog attacks on innocent people
The Met Police have paid out nearly £45,000 in compensation for dog attacks on innocent people in the past three years.

That's the most of any force in the UK.

£120,000 was paid out across the country.

Surrey Police admitted paying £30.40 to replace the trousers of someone who was bitten while a dog and its handler were being photographed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:52 am  

Policeman accused of grievous bodily harm
A police officer based in Richmond has appeared in court accused of grievous bodily harm.

33-year-old Juan Alarcon appeared at Southwark Crown Court yesterday.

The allegation is in relation to an incident following the arrest of two men dating back to July 2012 in Barnes.

He’s due to appear for a Plea and Case Management Hearing at the same court on May 8th.

The officer currently remains on restricted duties.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:28 am  

Bad practice claims firms being shut down
Around 200 claims firms have had their licences removed over the last year.

Actions against companies have been stepped up recently, as part of wider plans to stamp out bad practice, including misleading ads and cold calling.

The Ministry of Justice says the total number of firms which have been put out of action since 2007 now stands at 11-hundred.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:03 am  

Thief targets 'Boots' in Kensington and Chelsea
Police are appealing for help in identifying a man who’s been targeting ‘Boots’ stores across Kensington and Chelsea stealing cash from tills.

On January 7th at about 1.30 CCTV showed the suspect enter Boots on Earls Court Road where he took cash from an unattended till using a specialised key.

On January 31st police believe the same suspect entered Boots on Fulham Road, at 11.45am where he used the same method to remove money from a till.

The suspect is black, aged between 30 and 35, about 5-feet-9 and of medium build.

He has a teardrop tattoo under his right eye.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 am  

Thursday, 20 February 2014

Assault in Shepperton

Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was assaulted in Shepperton last week.

The incident took place in Nutty Lane at around 8.30pm on Wednesday, 12 February.

The victim was walking down the road alone when she was approached from behind by the attacker.

She screamed and pushed the individual away before running from the area in the direction of Charlton Lane.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 pm  

Kingston Ancient Market Update

Works on Kingston’s ancient market place could prove more costly than first intended.

Traders have told us they have until Sunday to relocate to temporary stalls set up in the Memorial Gardens.

It’s so underground drainage and paving can be finished on the £5 million pound scheme.

One trader, who didn’t want to be named, said they feel they have little choice but to move, as if they don’t the development could overrun by weeks.

Last year Jackie News reported how the Council’s plans to turn the area into a food court meant some traders lost their jobs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:26 pm  

Could you be minted?
The Royal Mint is encouraging us to rifle through our loose change to see if an incredibly rare 50 pence piece is hiding in our wallets.

Around one in 300 people is estimated to have the Kew Gardens coin in their possession.

It was released in 2009 to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Botanic Gardens and is the rarest design in public circulation.

Only 210,000 were ever released compared to 22.7 million 50 pence coins produced with the shield of the Royal Arms design in 2008.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:38 pm  

Mass pay out for bus accident victim
A woman who was left with a dislocated knee after she became trapped on a bus has received over half a million pounds in compensation.

Ceri Leigh claimed she developed post-traumatic stress disorder and had to leave her job after she was injured at Wimbledon station.

She told the High Court said she was left screaming in agony for 50 minutes when an ambulance was delayed in 2008.

London Ambulance Service admitted there was a negligent delay of 17 minutes.

The NHS Trust disputed the link with Mrs Leigh's psychiatric problems and the amount of damages.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:38 pm  

More woe for the people of Chertsey
As if flooding wasn’t enough, the people of Chertsey are now having to put up with raw sewage flowing into their homes.

Thames Water says it is working around the clock to deal with the situation, but homeowners said they are struggling.

Floods hit the area at Christmas.

Some claim they have seen condoms, sanitary towels and faeces floating around their properties.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:38 pm  

Magath happy to be at Craven Cottage
New Fulham manager Felix Magath says he's happy to be at Craven Cottage.

He turned down an offer from Hamburg, where he spent 10 years as a player to join the Whites.

But he says he has no regrets at all about becoming the first German manager in the Premier League.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:32 pm  

Magath to cut Fulham squad
New Fulham manager Felix Magath says they need to win 6 of their last 12 games to stay up.

Fulham are currently bottom of the Premier League, 4 points from safety.

Magath says although the transfer window isn't open, he has to cut the deadwood from his squad.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:48 pm  

''Starpath'' to light the way in Fulham
Plans have been unveiled to bring the Starpath to Fulham.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council wants to use the spray-on coating to light up the main route through William Parnell Park.

The path, which has already been trialled in other parts of the Country, works by absorbing UV rays during the day and releasing them at night, creating a blue glow.

It is seen as a safety and money saving measure.

Starpath was created by Virginia Water based company PRO TEQ.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:13 pm  

Water works still needs flood protection


Checks are being carried out 24/7 at Kenley’s Water Treatment Works.

The plant supplies water to 46,000 homes across Croydon.

Flooding has already entered the site, but over the weekend, measures were taken to stop it spreading.

@MPSinthesky captured this shot yesterday of water being pumped away from the site by London Fire Brigade.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:31 am  

Woman rescued from Thames at Barnes
A woman has been rescued from the Thames at Barnes Bridge.

The police helicopter was called to assist in the search headed by the RNLI earlier.

She is said to be safe and well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:27 am  

Rebekah Brooks formally acquitted of one charge of misconduct in a public office
In the phone hacking trial former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks has been formally acquitted of one charge of misconduct in a public office.

However, she still faces four further counts.

Allegations first came to light after it emerged the phone messages of murdered Walton schoolgirl Milly Dowler had been hacked after she disappeared in 2002.

Crime correspondent Martin Brunt, at the Old Bailey, has more details about the charge that has been dropped.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:23 am  

Footage emerges of teenager hanging from a crane in Wallington
Sutton Police say “thrill-seeking free running will not be tolerated” after footage emerged of a teenager hanging from a crane in Wallington.

The boy was filmed dangling perilously over buildings, 50 metres above the ground.

Two of the boy's friends are also seen in the video, with one of them walking along the crane without using his arms for support.

The uploader of the YouTube video says it happened in the Old Court House area of Wallington and describes himself as a “free runner.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:02 am  

Eastenders star to launch her own stage school in Esher
EastEnders star Charlie Brooks is to launch her own stage school.

It's due to open in Esher next month.

Charlie - who plays Janine Butcher - returns next week when Kat Moon and Stacey Branning visit her in prison, after being jailed for killing her husband.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

Citizen's patrols launched to deter looters in Egham
Residents in a flood-hit cul de sac in Egham have launched citizen's patrols in a bid to deter looters following the flooding.

Police have also drafted in extra officers and 4x4 vehicles borrowed from other forces.

Residents in Ayebridges Avenue say they are checking properties themselves, challenging unfamiliar van drivers and discussing hiring private security patrols.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 am  

Kingston Mayor visiting council estate
Kingston’s Mayor is visiting one of the borough’s largest council estates today to see how residents are transforming it.

The Kingsnympton Park Residents Association is declaring ‘Open-House’ to show off its efforts at making the estate more attractive.

Cllr Penny Shelton will be shown the results of a council funded campaign aimed at making Kingsnympton a better place to live.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Richmond Park MP backs calls to put pressure on Sri Lanka's government
Richmond Park’s MP’s backed calls to put pressure on Sri Lanka’s government to investigate war crimes during the country’s Civil War.

The Richmond and Kingston Tamil community presented Zac Goldsmith with a petition.

They demanded David Cameron continue to push for a full inquiry when he visits the nation in November.

The Sri Lankan Civil War was a 26 year conflict, which ended in 2009.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Richmond Council allocated £250,000 for road and pavement repairs
Richmond Council has allocated a further £250,000 for road and pavement repairs across the borough.

It’s after it received a record number of responses from residents who had nominated various roads for pothole repairs.

1,900 took part in this year’s consultation – three times more than the previous year.

A total of £750,000 will now be spent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:03 am  

England look to capitalise on Twickenham
England will look to maximise the benefit of home advantage when they take on Ireland in the Six Nations at the Twickenham Stadium on Saturday.

Stuart Lancaster’s men will help to build a passionate atmosphere by taking a longer than usual walk to the dressing room through the West car park.

The head coach names his team for the match this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:46 am  

Litter levels fall in Hounslow
New figures released indicate that Hounslow Council is beginning to win its battle to make the borough cleaner.

A Keep Britain Tidy survey reveals levels of litter and debris have fallen by two and 8.6 percentage points respectively since the last survey in September 2013.

The council says since the start of its new crackdown on litter louts a total of 26 people have been issued with an 80-pound fine over the past four months.

It’s also installed three new CCTV cameras in fly tipping hot spots.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 am  

Flood related burglary reported in Staines
Police have received its first report of a flood affected home being targeted by burglars.

The property in Staines had been unoccupied between the 4th and 18th of this month.

It’s believed the incident happened on February 14th.

Entry to the property, in Greenlands Road, was made through a window or door which had been left open due to flooding.

Some personal documents were taken from a cabinet in an upstairs study.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:20 am  

Boy gets pioneering robotic treatment
A five year old brain cancer patient has received pioneering treatment using a £4.1 million radiotherapy robot.

Harry Parkes is the first child to be operated on under general anaesthetic by doctors using the CyberKnife machine.

It’s based at the Royal Marsden’s Chelsea site.

The robot fires X-ray beams accurate to 0.5mm.

It is able to “sterilise” an area after a tumour is taken out by removing microscopic cancerous cells not spotted by surgeons.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 am  

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Incident in Richmond
Sheen Road in Richmond has reopened, after being shut for about an hour.

It's after police were called to a house to deal with a 'bailiff dispute.'

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:22 pm  

UPDATE: Alps investigation
French police investigating the murders of a family from Claygate say they haven't found a 'direct link' to a former officer they've arrested.

Saad al-Hilli, his wife, her mother and a cyclist were shot dead on a forest road near Annecy in 2012.

A second person is also now in custody.

Prosecutor Eric Maillaud says they have confirmed the ex-policeman has a fascination with weaponry.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:38 pm  

Sinkhole appears in Wallington

Residents in Wallington had a lucky escape this morning.

It’s after a 5ft wide and 3ft deep sink hole appeared in Malden Road.

One car lost its wheel to the hole.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:38 pm  

Police are continuing their appeal for witnesses after a collision in Wandsworth
They were called to Alma Road just before 1am on the 18th January, following reports of a vehicle colliding with two pedestrians.

A man and a woman were later taken to a South London hospital.

Police are keen to speak to a third person believed to be at the crossing at the time.

Anyone who witnessed the incident’s urged to contact Hampton’s Collision Investigation Unit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:36 pm  

Two arrested after car bursts into flames in Battersea
Two men have been arrested after allegedly crashing a stolen Bentley into a building during a joyride in the early hours in Battersea.

The luxury car burst into flames at around 4am in Battersea Bridge Road.

The men aged 21 and 27, were arrested at the scene on suspicion of carrying out a carjacking.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:14 pm  

UK's oldest hospice in Clapham gets the Royal seal of approval


The Duchess of Cornwall visited Clapham this morning.

She paid a visit to Trinity Hospice, of which she is a patron.

Camilla toured the site in Clapham Common North Side, before meeting its patients and staff.

Trinity Hospice is the United Kingdom's oldest hospice, founded in 1891 by a member of the Hoare banking family.

It provides specialist palliative care free of charge for those who need it in its community of over 750,000 people from central and south-west London.

74 year old John Minter, a retired bricklayer from Battersea, has nothing but praise for the Duchess and the care he’s received.



At one point Her Royal Highness was very pleased to see the hospice’s gardens.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:13 pm  

Teen due in court over murder in Tooting
A 19 year old is due in court charged with the murder of a grandfather in Tooting.

73 year old Mashboor Hussain was found dead at his home in Selkirk Road last Tuesday morning.

Aaron Burnett will appear at Bromley Magistrates Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:02 pm  

Fulham appoint new backroom staff
It appears the confusion about the make-up of the backroom team at Fulham has finally been cleared up.

They've confirmed Rene Meulensteen has now left Craven Cottage.

The Dutchman was replaced as head coach by Felix Magath on Friday, but it was unclear whether he'd actually been sacked.

The club have also announced the appointment of Tomas Oral as a first-team coach, while Werner Leuthard is the new conditioning coach.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 am  

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Surrey councils set up flood recovery centres
Work is underway to help communities in Surrey affected by the recent severe weather get back on their feet.

Councils across the county have set up flood recovery centres where people can get information and advice.

Seven centres across Runnymede, Elmbridge and Spelthorne have been opened.

The locations are:

• Hythe Centre, Thorpe Road, Egham TW18 3HD
• Chertsey Hall, Heriot Road, Chertsey KT16 9DR
• Elmbridge Community Hub, 72 High Street, Walton-on-Thames KT12 1BU
• Spelthorne Museum, 1 Elmsleigh Road, Staines TW18 4PM
• St Mary Church Hall, Green Street, Sunbury-on-Thames TW16 6RM
• Greeno Community Centre, Glebeland Gardens, Shepperton TW17 9DH
• Lucan Pavilion, The Broadway, Laleham, Staines TW18 1RZ.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:25 pm  

Hounslow Shooting Review

A police marksman is challenging a public inquiry ruling he used excessive force when he shot dead a robbery suspect.

Last year an inquiry decided there was "no lawful justification" for the marksman, known as E7, to have killed Azelle Rodney.

E7 wants permission to seek a judicial review over the inquiry's conclusions.

Azelle, from Hounslow, was shot after the car he was travelling in was stopped by armed police in Edgware in 2005.

The police say they had intelligence that the 24 year old was on his way to rob Colombian drug dealers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

Inquest Into Putney Man's Death

An inquest’s heard that a recovering alcoholic from Putney died from an overdose of prescription tablets after fearing he’d squandered his inheritance.

58 year-old Paul Morhig, was discovered lying dead on the floor of his flat in Upper Richmond Road by a friend, in November last year.

On Friday, Westminster Coroner's Court heard Mr Morhig suffered from a range of mental health problems including obsessive compulsive disorder and depression.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:08 pm  

Kenley Water Inspections

Checks are being carried out 24/7 at Kenley’s Water Treatment Works.

The plant supplies water to 46,000 across Croydon.

Flooding has already entered the site, but over the weekend, measures were taken to stop it spreading.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

Richmond’s First World War heritage is to be explored in a brand new exhibition
The council has today been handed a £22,000 Heritage Lottery Fund grant to make it happen.

It’s hoped In their Footsteps: Richmond’s First World War, will inspire young people to delve into the history of the war 100 years ago.

The exhibition will be held at Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham from August until November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

BSBV scrapped
The Better Services Better Value review, which threatened the closure of services at St Helier Hospital has been scrapped.

The Clinical Commissioning Groups involved in South-West London say they want to develop a new five year strategy for health services.

Earlier this month, it emerged redevelopment of St Helier was unlikely to go ahead due to the BSBV proposals.

Liberal Democrat MP for Sutton and Cheam, Paul Burstow says: 

BSBV was an ill-conceived costly waste of time. It is good to see the back of it and that none of the plans will now be pursued. 

My fear is that by accepting BSBVs arguments and analysis the 6 CCGs are setting themselves up to fail. BSBV was dangerously flawed and any new process will only carry popular support if it is seen to be genuinely open minded.

"Now the question is how we secure the long term future of St Helier. That is going to require fresh thinking and a much more collaborative approach.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

Sutton Police starts to name and shame those convicted of domestic abuse


In a new initiative, the Met Police and the Safer Sutton Partnership Service, which manages the borough's community safety services, will be joining forces to name and shame individuals convicted of domestic abuse.

Their first focus is Kasey Singh, a 27-year-old welder, who mentally and physically abused a 31-year-old mother of two children from Sutton.

Initially, Singh continued to be a loving partner when they were out with friends. But he began to become controlling and manipulative and then increasingly aggressive and violent.

The worst incident was on 17 February 2013 when Singh deliberately left her alone in a club in Croydon without any money leaving her to walk home alone to Sutton at 03:00hrs.

Singh returned to her flat at around 04:30hrs and threatened to kick down the door. After several attempts to ask him to leave, she opened the front door. He immediately cornered her in the kitchen and punched her straight in the left eye. She fell to the ground where he kicked and punched her in the face and head. He told her: "Be quiet or I'll punch you in your other eye."

During the attack Singh said: "You might be pregnant with my baby: shall I punch it out of you?'" The victim was not pregnant with his baby nor was he the father of either of her two children.

A spokesman for the Safer Sutton Partnership Service, which manages the service, said: "There are many more victims out there who would benefit greatly from the advice and support on offer. Alternatively, you can call Victim Support on 020 7801 1777 for support and advice.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

Fulham management reshuffle continues
Alan Curbishley and Ray Wilkins have left Fulham with immediate effect.

But the confusion over the future of the backroom team at Craven Cottage continues, as it's understood former boss Rene Meulensteen hasn't been released.

Felix Magath was appointed as first-team manager on Friday resulting in Meulensteen's time in charge coming to an end.

But the club insist the Dutchman hasn't been sacked.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:25 pm  

Work starts on removing 'Chertsey Sausage'
As the severe flood warnings in Surrey are lifted, work has begun to remove the aqua-dam on Bridge Road in Chertsey.

Nicknamed ‘The Chertsey Sausage’, the defence was put in place as a temporary barrier to protect around 200 homes from further flooding.

Water filling the aqua-dam will be pumped back into the River Thames in a controlled way.

People are asked to remain vigilant though, as many areas are still at risk from surface and groundwater flooding.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:24 pm  

Liability admitted for three-year-old boy from Surbiton's brain damage
An NHS Trust has admitted liability for the brain damage suffered by a three-year-old boy from Surbiton during birth.

Julian Leynster will now receive compensation for the lifetime of care and rehabilitation he'll need.

His brain was starved of oxygen after the Royal Surrey County Hospital delayed sending his mother Helen for a Caesarean for two hours.

She told the Evening Standard her son is a lovely little boy but he will need 24-hour care for the rest of his life.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:23 pm  

Court hears of bus attack in Earl's Court
A bus passenger survived a murder attempt as he was travelling to work to start his new job, a court has heard.

Reynolds Quadjovie found a scarf wrapped tightly around his neck with a man sitting next to him telling him that he wanted to kill him.

He started choking and passed in front of other passengers on the C1 Bus at Earl's Court.

In the ongoing trial, 33-year-old Eric Mjola of no fixed address, is pleading not guilty to attempted murder in December 2012.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:21 pm  

Man Assaulted In Croydon Remains In Hospital
A man’s been left with potentially life-changing injuries after an assault in Croydon yesterday.

The 71-year-old victim was attacked at around 2pm in Tamworth Road and taken to a south London hospital where he remains in a stable condition.

Police arrested a 29 year-old man at the scene, on suspicion of GBH – he’s still in police custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:42 am  

Surrey Policewoman Charged
A Surrey policewoman’s been charged with making off without payment after a dispute over a taxi fare.

50 year-old PC Gina Patten was arrested after the disagreement in Godstone High Street on Friday.

Ms Patten, who’s based in Reigate, has been suspended from duty while her case goes through the court process.

She’s been released on police bail and is due to appear at Aldershot Magistrates' Court early next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 am  

Burglary in Leatherhead
A man’s been charged following an aggravated burglary in Leatherhead.

The 19-year-old victim was confronted on the staircase of his home by a man armed with an axe who made off with a designer watch.

Detectives carried out house-to-house enquiries and a man in his 20s was arrested a short time later.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

Man arrested over the killing of Claygate family in the French Alps
French police have arrested a 48-year-old man over the murder of a family from Claygate in the French Alps.

That's according to the local prosecutor in Annecy looking into the killings.

Saad al-Hilli, his wife Iqbal and her mother Suhaila al-Allaf, were on holiday when they were attacked, along with French cyclist Sylvain Mollier, in 2012.

Martin Brunt is following the investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:29 am  

Chertsey Floods Abate
There’s good news for the thousands of people in Surrey whose lives have been made a misery by the extensive flooding of the River Thames.

Overnight, the water level continued to reduce from the extremely high mark measured at many of the stations monitored by the Environment Agency.

The Chertsey flood barrier "sausage" is expected to be dismantled later today and Chertsey Bridge Road is due to open.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

MP demands train improvements


Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake has demanded Southern and First Capital Connect raise their standards after shocking positions in a recent satisfaction league table.

Out of the 19 train companies surveyed by consumer group Which?, Southern were ranked 13th and First Capital Connect ranked 18th.

According to the survey, passengers don’t think either train company provides value for money nor do they believe that there is enough room for passengers on the trains.

Southern and First Capital Connect managed to score a feeble 2 out of 5 stars when it came to punctuality. First Capital Connect scored just 2 out of 5 stars for reliability.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 am  

Monday, 17 February 2014

Vulnerable Woman Missing From Kingston

Police are now growing increasingly concerned for vulnerable woman who’s been missing from Kingston since lunchtime.

85 year old Sheila Lee, who suffers from the early stages of dementia, left her daughter’s house in Grove Close at midday.

She said she was heading home to Newcastle.

Sheila is white, 5’5”, slim with short grey hair and had with her a wheeled shopping trolley and a straw bag.

If you spot her please call Kingston Police immediately on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 pm  

No Pension for Ex Kingston Council Leader

Kingston Council’s former leader will not get a pension following his imprisonment for possessing indecent images of children.

The authority has confirmed Lib Dem Derek Osborne is not entitled to one, and never was.

Osbourne was jailed for two years last year.

Some councils choose to include councillors in their schemes, but Kingston says it did not.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

Car crashes into shop in Hampton Hill


A woman has been taken to hospital after crashing her car into a shop in Hampton Hill High Street.

The accident happened just before 11.45am.

The front window of Callaghan Interiors was smashed.

Police say the driver has minor injuries.

Photo courtesy of Buds Office Plants.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

UPDATE: Croydon assault
It’s believed a pensioner has been seriously injured after being attacked in Croydon town centre.

It's thought the man in his 70s was assaulted in Tamworth Road at around 2.20pm.

He was treated at the scene by London Ambulance Service before being taken to hospital as a "priority".

Trams have been suspended between Reeves Corner and East Croydon until further notice.

For more details on the line closures follow @Jackie_travel
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

Kingston's MP criticised
The Energy Secretary and MP for Kingston Ed Davey has been criticised for taking paternity leave as storms hit Britain.

It's emerged he went on leave on Friday morning following the birth of his daughter.

That was the same day as thousands of homes throughout the country were left without power.

The Daily Mail reports some in Whitehall have accused Mr Davey of “downing tools” during the crisis.

But Downing Street has defended the Kingston & Surbiton MP, saying he's entitled to take paternity leave.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

Two bodies have been found in a house in Carshalton
The man and a woman were discovered in the property in Mill Lane on Saturday afternoon after a concerned neighbour raised the alarm.

The deaths are not being treated as suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 pm  

Trial of Kingston man starts
A Jury at the Old Bailey has heard how a man was killed by his lover's ex in a jealous rage in Kingston.

28 year old Colin Bolton, an electrical engineer from Old Malden, was stabbed to death last June on the Kingsnympton estate.

45 year old Andrew Nichols from the Cambridge Estate, denies murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:12 pm  

Richmond Ball Deemed A Success
The Mayor of Richmond’s Charity Ball has once again been a huge success, raising more than £22,000 in one night.

The event was held at St Mary’s University in Twickenham earlier this month.

Guests enjoyed a meal, auction, comedy from Jack Whitehall and dancing.

Money raised will be split between two charities, Home-Start Richmond, and the Avenue Club, for elderly residents, in Kew.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 am  

Pregnant Commuter 'Hits Out' At South West Trains
A pregnant commuter has hit out at South West train bosses for their seating policy.

Victoria Poskitt claims she was forced to sit on a carriage floor on the Waterloo to Surbiton service, after she nearly passed out.

She’d asked for a special pass, after embarking on the packed train, which allows pregnant women an upgrade if there are no seats.

But the 40 year old was told she doesn’t qualify for a first class seat because rules state, to qualify you have to be no more than 20 weeks from your due date.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

Bus Drivers Attacked
It’s been revealed an average of four bus drivers a day were attacked or verbally abused in London over the past three years.

The Freedom of Information Act figures also reveal almost 40% of incidents involved assaults or weapons brandished.

A review of policing across all public transport in the Capital’s been called for, as well as undercover police to carry out "sting operations".

Transport for London says bus drivers have instant radio access to a control room which is linked to police and they have protective screens.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

Rail Line Re-opens
The rail line between Windsor and Staines, which has been closed for around a week due to flooding, has been re-opened allowing train services to resume.

The South West Trains-Network Rail Alliance has confirmed that engineers have completed checks on the line to ensure it’s safe to run trains.

Buses will remain on standby at Staines and Windsor & Eton Riverside in case of any further problems.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 am  

Army To Inspect Flood Defences
The Army is to carry out a "rapid inspection" of England's flood defences to assess the damage left by the unprecedented flooding.

Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said the work would normally take two years but they would aim to complete in five weeks.

The MP for Runneymede and Weybridge says around 200 personnel from the Royal Engineers will begin the inspection of flood defences on the 24th February.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 am  

Archeological Finds on Crossrail Sites
A skull from Roman London and finds from a suspected Black Death burial ground are among 50 items discovered during Crossrail project digs, that have gone on show.

Archaeological investigations are being carried out at each of the 40 worksites – making the most ambitious engineering project in Europe, a catalyst for learning about our past.

The nearly 15 billion pound Crossrail development, is due to be completed in 2018 and will link Berkshire to Essex via Heathrow and central London.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 am  

Weather causes havoc in the air
It has emerged some flights carrying passengers into London were forced to declare mayday emergencies because they were running out of fuel during the storms.

Five jets were unable to land at Heathrow and Gatwick according to airline sources who spoke to The Sunday Times.

They were said to be dangerously close to running out of fuel as they circled London on Friday.

Seventeen Heathrow-bound flights and 13 heading to Gatwick had to divert to Manchester, Birmingham, Stansted and Newcastle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 am  

Baby joy for Roehampton's Emily Blunt
Emily Blunt has given birth to her first child.

Her husband John Krasinski revealed the news on Twitter saying 'Emily and I are so incredibly happy to welcome our daughter Hazel into the world today! Happy bday!'

The Devil Wears Prada actress, who was born and raised in Roehampton, now lives in LA with her husband, whom she married last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Fireman dies in flood-hit Staines
Tributes have been paid to a fireman who’s died on duty in flood-hit Staines.

53-year-old Clifford Cox died at Staines fire station on Saturday night from a suspected heart attack.

Mr Cox, known as Biff, served as a firefighter in Surrey for nearly 25 years.

The Surrey branch of the Fire Brigades Union said he died at about 6pm after collapsing at the station.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 am  

Two youths charged with Greenford murder
Two 17-year-olds are due in court this morning charged with murdering a man with learning difficulties in Greenford.

24-year-old Dean Mayley was stabbed in the heart as he walked along a road in the area earlier this month.

The teenagers also face charges of conspiracy to rob and possession of an offensive weapon.

They’ll appear at Willesden Youth Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 am  

Sunday, 16 February 2014

Russian satellite spotted across Kingston

An old Russian satellite which is due to re-enter the earths atmosphere in a fiery blaze has been spotted in the skies above New Malden.

People across Kingston reported seeing a fire ball in the sky last night.

Instead of breaking up upon entry, the Kosmos-1220 is due to crash land more or less intact.

Although Russian officials have said they don’t know where exactly the impact will take place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:23 pm  

Hanworth Road closed following stabbing

The Hanworth Road in Hounslow is currently closed after a man was stabbed yesterday evening.

Police were called at around 9PM to the junction of Gilbert Street and Inwood Road.

A 19 year old man was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and is currently in a stable condition.

No one has been arrested in relation to the incident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:13 am  

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