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Saturday, 15 March 2014

Fire in Hounslow

A Royal British Legion clubhouse in Hounslow has been seriously damaged after a fire ripped through the building.

Eight fire engines and 58 fire fighters were at the scene on Whitton Road

There have been no reports of any injuries.

An investigation is currently being carried out to determine the cause of the blaze.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 pm  

Southfields teenager honoured by Downing Street
A 16 year old from Southfields has been invited to Downing Street after being presented with an award as a Flood Hero on TV.

Zafar Ahmad spent much of his half term holiday in February volunteering with the flood relief effort in Staines, filling sandbags and helping with the clean up of St Paul’s Church.

He was one of 120 nominations for an award across the country. A prize of £5,000 from Sir Richard Branson will be given to his chosen charity.

But he is not done raising money for flood relief as he will be taking part in a 10 km run on the 4th May in Battersea Park.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

Missing man from Coulsdon
UPDATE: Brian has been found.

Police in Surrey are appealing for help in finding a missing man with links to the Coulsdon area.

83-year-old Brian West from Chaldon was last seen around 6am in Church Lane this morning.

It’s believed he may have travelled or tried to travel to Coulsdon.

He’s described as 6ft tall, of medium build with short grey hair. He was wearing a blue/green coat, a blue cardigan and trousers.

Anyone with information should contact Surrey Police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:16 pm  

Sutton gives go ahead for Energy Recovery Facility
Sutton Council has given planning permission for an Energy Recovery Facility to be built in Beddington.

It will replace the current landfill site - which is full - and serve Sutton, Croydon, Kingston and Merton.

The Council has been in negotiations with Viridor to get agreement on a number of issues including air quality, nature conservation,and employment opportunities.

The company will provide more than £2 million for local environment and transport improvements.

The landfill site will be turned into an 86 hectare country park.

It also promises benefits for local business and in creating jobs and apprenticeship places.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 am  

Pembroke Lodge will NOT be pay and display


The team that manages Richmond Park says it has no plans to make Pembroke Lodge pay and display.

Some residents have raised concerns after noticing the car park outside the popular mansion house is being tarmacked over.

The subject caused controversy a few years ago when it was raised, with park goers stating they were firmly against paying to use it.

A spokesman for Royal Parks told us they have no plans to charge drivers at this time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:43 am  

Friday, 14 March 2014

Hunt for thief at St Peter's Hospital
Police want help to identify a man in connection with a theft at St. Peter’s Hospital in Chertsey.

A charity box safe was taken from the hospital’s chapel around 5.50 am on Sunday, the 9th of February. It was forcibly removed from the wall causing significant damage.

Photos of the man officers want to speak to are found below.

Anyone with information should contact Surrey Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 pm  

Sutton Police Hunt

Police in Sutton are appealing for help in locating a 23-year-old man who’s wanted on recall to prison.

Officers are following a number of lines of enquiry to locate Perry Whewell who has known connections in Sutton, Wallington and Carshalton.

He was sentenced in June 2012 to two years and ten months imprisonment for burglary and was released in January this year.

He’s been recalled to prison after failing to comply with his conditions of release.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:57 pm  

Stray puppy “Robshaw” sup-paw-ting namesake in the Six Nations climax this Super Saturday


As the England Rugby starting XV prepare to ratchet up the points in their final RBS Six Nations match against Italy tomorrow, a nine week old patriotic puppy at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is hoping his luck will be as good as his namesake, the England Captain's talent.

The gutsy, stray Staffordshire Bull Terrier called Robshaw is backing the big men in white to win their twentieth consecutive match against Italy.

Staffie Robshaw’s early life has been ‘turned-over’ since he came through Battersea’s doors, after he was found cruelly dumped in a duvet in West Ham.

He was brought to the famous charity shivering and scared, but he's slowly putting in the hard yards to earn a place in a winning team.

Battersea has placed Robshaw with a temporary foster family where he's enjoying attending training sessions, and showing he's got the skills and ability to make any starting XV.

If you can take Robshaw off the bench and give him a try, please contact Battersea Dogs & Cats Home on 0843 509 4444.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

Teddington Pensioner Fined
A trip to the shops has cost a pensioner from Teddington more than 300 pounds after using a photocopied disabled parking permit.

77-year-old William Millar admitted using a fraudulently obtained Blue Badge, when he appeared before Lavender Hill magistrates this week.

Millar had bought the counterfeit badge for 70 pounds from someone he met at a barbeque, while on holiday in Ireland two years ago.

The pensioner said he had believed the permit was legitimate - He was fined £110 and ordered to pay costs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:44 pm  

A Helping Hand For Hounslow Residents
Families in Feltham struggling to get onto the housing ladder are being given a helping hand thanks to the council’s first-ever shared ownership scheme.

Four two-bedroom apartments are being marketed as part of the first phase of Manor Lane Estate regeneration.

Buyers will be able to buy a 45 percent share in the new homes – making them affordable for households with an annual income of 33,000 pounds.

They’re available for people living or working in Hounslow who’ve been unable to buy a house on the open market
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:42 pm  

Call to restrict the so called "Lycra Brigade" in Richmond Park over safety fears
Cyclists in Richmond Park are a law unto themselves and need to be regulated.

That’s the view of some residents calling on Royal Parks to remind bike riders that they also need to stick to the 20mph speed limit.

The most common complaint seems to be racers travelling three or four abreast.

Listeners have told us that while they might tolerate and enjoy the annual Ride London Surrey Cycle 100, the route is not a racetrack, and was never designed to be.

One woman, who wished not to be named, claims her dog was injured by cyclists after two of them misjudged the width of the road, lost control, and veered into her path.

Kingston Councillor, and regular user of Richmond Park, Andrea Craig, says the minority are spoiling it for everyone.



We are still awaiting a statement from Parks Police.

The Royal Parks, which manages Richmond Park, issued this statement.

We have to balance the needs of everyone who uses or passes through the park including pedestrians, children, runners, horse riders, cyclists and motorists.

We urge all park users to be considerate towards each other, observe speed limits and recognise that Richmond Park is, first and foremost, a place to experience relaxation, peace and quiet and the beautiful natural surroundings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:38 am  

Breaking News


The controversial Lionel Road stadium, for Brentford FC, has been given the go ahead.

The Parliamentary Under Secretary Of State has confirmed Hounslow Council's decision to grant planning approval for the 20,000 seater stadium.

The application was referred to the Secretary of State’s office after English Heritage objected to the application due to their perceived impact of the proposals on nearby heritage assets in Kew.

After carefully reviewing the information provided to him by his case officers, the GLA, Hounslow Council as well as various representations sent to him by supporters and opponents of the scheme, the Planning Minister confirmed the decision.

The Minister saw the wide ranging benefits these proposals would bring to Hounslow and London including 910 new homes on a brownfield site.

TwitPic: Brentford FC

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

London Boroughs Oppose Boris Johnson's Rent Plans
The High Court’s heard plans by Boris Johnson to raise rent levels will mean developers will be reluctant to build affordable housing.

Nine local authorities including Brent, Lambeth and Southwark have begun a legal challenge against the Mayor of London's planning policies.

Mr Johnson wants subsidised housing redefined so tenants pay affordable rents of up to 80% of market value - but the boroughs argue that’s too high.

The court heard a tenant would need an income of £43,000 to pay the proposed levels, and rents would exceed the benefit cap across much of London.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:01 am  

An End In Sight For Flood In Woldingham
THE torrent of water is finally subsiding in Woldingham, to the relief of many.

The underground Caterham Bourne sprang to the surface about six weeks ago, and has since brought chaos to the area.

However, the temporary reservoir scheme constructed to help relieve the flooding might have to last for up to six months.

Government funding will be sought for a link-up to a waterworks at Godstone as a long-term solution - this would ease the pressure on the waterworks at Kenley.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 am  

Woman Snatched At Crystal Palace
A police investigation’s been launched following the alleged abduction of a woman outside Crystal Palace station.

Officers were called at around 5.30pm on Wednesday and shortly after, stopped a van in Beckenham Road and arrested the driver.

The 26 year-old woman was also in the van. She was unhurt.

A 25 year old man remains in custody on suspicion of abduction and criminal damage.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

Why did Richmond Council close the road? . . . . . . so the toads could reach the other side


The fourth annual toad patrol is back, with a section of Church Road being closed from today until April the 14th.

It’s to allow the migrating amphibians safe passage and prevent them being run over as they make their way to a breeding pond 330 feet away.

To help the toads on their way, volunteers can also scoop the toads into buckets and carry them across.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 am  

London boroughs accused of raising money through parking fines
Hammersmith and Fulham is among several councils in London who’ve been named and shamed for fleecing motorists with parking fines.

Hammersmith and Fulham’s income from fines has rocketed from 6-million pounds in 2009 to 17.8 million last year.

Lambeth was also among the leading boroughs with the highest revenues from fines, raking in 17.1 million pounds last year.

Local Government minister Brandon Lewis accused some councils of breaking the law by using fines as a money-maker.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 am  

Conservatives win Chertsey Meads by-election
The Conservative Party’s Mark Nuti has won the Chertsey Meads local by-election.

He took 489 votes in last night's poll, 160 clear of Labour’s David Beil.

UKIP’s candidate Grahame Leon-Smith was third.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 am  

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Chertsey Sausage Raises Funds

A flood defence, nicknamed the Chertsey Sausage, has inspired a butcher to create his own version to raise money to protect the town.

It was the brainchild of James and Katie Lally, the owners of James of Shepperton Butchers.

Their creation was the winner of a competition to help raise money for future flood relief.

The competition, judged by entrepreneur Theo Paphitis, was run in partnership with Get Surrey and the Surrey Herald & News
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:51 pm  

Merton Dementia Help

1,800 people in Merton live with Dementia. A new partnership however says it will help those suffering get all the support they need.

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust have teamed up with health and charity workers to provide a one-stop shop for dementia sufferers.

The Merton Memory clinic will now provide not just medical but social support too under one roof, meaning its more convenient and quicker for patients.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:53 pm  

Relief Hero Seeks Public Support for Flood Victims


16 year old Zafar Ahmad from Southfields, a member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association, will be presented with a 'Flood Hero' award by ITV Daybreak tomorrow morning.

As part of the AMYA's emergency relief initiative, Zafar was one of the many hundreds of volunteers who have been assisting families affected by the floods around the country including Staines, Chertsey, and Somerset areas.

During the half term holidays in February, Zafar made the most of his free time and volunteered almost every day to help in every possible way, whether it be filling and delivering the sandbags, or the massive clean-up operation of the St. Paul's Church in Staines, he always stepped up to assist.

Jamal Akbar, one of the AMYA Regional coordinators for Charity, Community and Welfare Programmes, put Zafar’s name forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

Clifford trial update
One of Max Clifford's alleged victims has told his sex assault trial she was NOT 'obsessed' with the PR consultant.

The woman - who says he abused her as a teenager in 1977 - claimed he told her he'd been encouraged to take her virginity by an actress.

Max Clifford, from Hersham, denies 11 indecent assault charges.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:33 pm  

Hacking trial update
The phone hacking trial's heard Rebekah Brooks told her mother not to watch the news when allegations about the News of the World accessing the voicemails of Walton schoolgirl Milly Dowler emerged.

Deborah Weir's been giving evidence to the Old Bailey - saying her daughter 'wasn't very easy' to get hold of once the claims were made, days before she resigned as the paper's editor.

Brooks denies all the charges against her.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

Man in court charged with Sutton murder
A man’s appeared in court charged with the murder of a six-year-old girl in Sutton.

He’s been remanded in custody.

He will appear in court for a Plea and Case Management Hearing in May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:25 pm  

Amount of retail space needed is to be explored in Richmond


The health of Richmond’s Town centres is to be researched thanks to a study commissioned by the council.

It will update previous work which predated the recession and form the basis of the long-term planning of the major town centres.

Part of the study, which will be published in June, will include on-street visitor surveys.

In Kew, there is already an initiative in place giving drivers 30 free minutes parking to help encourage people to use the high streets again

MP Zac Goldsmith was behind the campaign.



We’ll have a special report on the future of the high streets in tonight’s Podcast, available on the red button from 6 o’clock.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:54 pm  

Kingston’s new cycling schemes cannot become another "Tolworth Broadway fiasco"


That’s the view of Conservative Councillors in the borough.

They say residents weren’t consulted enough on plans for the Broadway, and now many people aren’t happy with the results.

On Monday, Kingston was awarded up to £30 million by London Mayor Boris Johnson to create a number of cycle friendly initiatives.

The Lib Dem run Council wants to create a number of so called "mini Hollands" to make the area safer for cyclists.

Kingston's Thames Boardway by Charter Quay (pictured above) is one of the ideas submitted in a funding contest staged by London Mayor Boris Johnson.

Kingston's plan also involves a redesigned bike-friendly plaza outside the town's station and a new a Thames crossing for cyclists alongside the railway bridge.

But Conservative Richard Hudson, who is the Council’s shadow minister for Sustainability and Sport, says the finer details need to be addressed before any building work can start.



These were the designs submitted by Kingston Council before building work started on Tolworth Broadway, and the finished reality.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:50 pm  

Family's appeal for man missing from Putney


The family of a missing man has issued an appeal today,urging Londoners to help trace their missing son.

The parents of 28 year old Marc Hutton, have made the appeal following no contact from their son since Friday, the 28th of February.

Marc’s disappearance has been described by his family as out of character and as the days pass they are becoming ever increasingly worried and concerned for his welfare.

Marc was recovering from minor knee surgery which had taken place on the 19th of February.

His family and friends believe that Marc may have suffered an adverse reaction to the anaesthetic used during the operation and are extremely concerned.

The last know sighting of Marc was by friends at 11pm at his home address in Sefton Street.

He is described as a white man, 6 feet tall, of proportionate build with short dark hair.

Marc may be using crutches following his knee surgery.

Police investigating Marc’s disappearance continue to pursue all lines of enquiry and there is no indication that he has used public transport or accessed his bank accounts since he disappeared.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:14 pm  

Man arrested in Tadworth
A man has been arrested after a store worker was threatened with a golf club in Tadworth.

Police are investigating the incident at the Newsagents on Shelvers Hill.

A man in his 60s was arrested on suspicion of affray, assault and driving while unfit due to drink or drugs.

He has been released on bail until May while the investigation continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:45 pm  

Park in Wandsworth to have new trees planted
A park in Wandsworth is set to be improved with a new avenue of cherry trees.

Thirty new trees will be planted to replace dead and dying trees in King Georges Park.

The new trees will restore the cherry tree avenue which is one of the parks oldest and most loved features.

Wandsworth Council have planted over one thousand trees in the town centre and along residential roads since November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:43 pm  

Tesco drop plans to build supermarket in Tolworth
Tesco have dropped plans to build a supermarket in Tolworth in favour of plans for new housing.

The supermarket giant had submitted three plans to the council since 2002 to build on the old Toby Jug site.

Tesco will hold a community consultation later this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:41 pm  

Astro Turf stolen from Sutton Tennis Club
A 15 metre strip of astro turf has been stolen from Sutton Tennis Club.

Thieves cut through the fence at the back of the club on Tuesday night and escaped through the same route.

The astro turf stolen is valued at one thousand pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:39 pm  

Public meeting for St Helier Hospital
A meeting will be held at Merton's Civic Centre tonight, to see how the campaign to save services at St Helier is going.

Hosted by the KOSHH group, key speakers will include Olivia O'Sullivan, from the Save Lewisham Hospital Campaign.

It was announced last month that £219 million promised for redevelopment at St Helier, has been pulled, despite the controversial BSBV review being scrapped.

Twitter: @Save_St_Helier
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:32 am  

Success in Sutton MP's campaign for standardised cigarette packaging
The MP for Sutton and Cheam has had success in his campaign for standardised cigarette packaging.

The Children and Families Bill currently going through Parliament had not included any measures to address children starting to smoke.

But The All Party Parliamentary Group on Smoking and Health chaired by Paul Burstow successfully introduced measures to the Bill.

The measure would require all cigarette brands to use standardised packaging with uniform colours and strong health messages.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:56 am  

Good news for Surrey residents affected by flooding
There’s good news for people affected by the flooding in Surrey earlier this year.

More than 446 million pounds is likely to be paid out to people across the UK whose homes, businesses and vehicles were damaged.

The Association of British Insurers estimates around 276 million pounds will to be paid to around 9-thousand home owners whose properties were flooded.

It's thought 149 million pounds will go to businesses.

22 million pounds will be paid to vehicle owners.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:02 am  

Epsom and St Helier endoscopy units praised
The endoscopy units at Epsom and St Helier Hospitals have been rated top notch.

They’ve been awarded full accreditation from the national body that monitors safety and quality in endoscopy services for the 3rd year running.

The units where patients with certain digestive and respiratory problems are diagnosed and treated are compliant with national guidelines.

This includes adequate staffing, good training, high levels of cleanliness and the maintenance of patients’ privacy and dignity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 am  

Consultation for 20mph speed limit in Balham and Tooting neighbourhoods
Consultation is underway in Balham and Tooting to see what support there is for the introduction of 20 mile-per-hour speed limits.

The council is asking the 30,000 people who live in Bedford in Balham and Furzedown in Tooting if they want a lower limit where they live.

Both consultations run until next month.

They’re being carried out after a petition to the town hall asking for lower speed limits in the neighbourhoods.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

Cobham TV presenter recovering after mini-stroke
Chris Tarrant’s daughter says he’s doing well after suffering what's been described as a 'mini-stroke'.

The TV and radio presenter, from Cobham, fell ill on a plane travelling back from Asia where he'd been filming.

He’s currently in hospital and daughter Fia says recovering more and more every day.

His manager says he'll hopefully be discharged by the end of the week - but will remain off work for the time being.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:50 am  

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Kew business owners pleased with parking initiative


London’s Mayor Boris Johnson visited Kew this afternoon (pictured with Jackie's Emily Dexter).

He toured the town centre, met traders and saw how the area is riding the economic downturn.

A recent initiative allowing half an hour’s free parking to shoppers has been heralded a huge success by councillors and residents.

Richmond Park MP Zac Goldsmith and Conservative Councillor Andrea Craig led the campaign to introduce the initiative.

Sara Novakovic, who owns Oliver's Wholefoods, says it’s good for business.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:53 pm  

North Cheam Building Destroyed By Fire

A warehouse in North Cheam has been gutted by fire.

35 firefighters tackled the blaze in Minden Road in the early hours of this morning.

Fire Crews say the warehouse was used for large scale dry cleaning so there was a number of bedding, table clothes and tea towels inside which intensified the blaze.

The whole building was gutted and a neighbouring empty warehouse suffered partial damage.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:02 pm  

Sutton Burglar Jailed

A burglar has been jailed after breaking into a pub in Carshalton.

38-year-old Sam Scowen stole cash from gaming machines and charity boxes totalling 350 pounds in September last year.

Scowen, from Sutton, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey earlier this month, receiving a 30 month sentence.

He was in breach of an existing suspended sentence, so the judge jailed Scowen for another 16 months – 46 in total.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:01 pm  

Sutton School Girls Sentenced

Two schoolgirls have been sentenced in court for sending abusive and threatening messages via social media to teachers and staff at the secondary school they attended in Sutton.

The abuse even extended to the family members of those teachers and staff.

The girls, both aged 15, had waged a campaign of harassment via social media on Facebook and deliberately set out to cause alarm and distress.

One girl had previously been convicted of harassment and the other girl was tagged and put on a curfew to restrict her movements.

Both have now received a Youth Rehabilitation Order for 12 months.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:27 pm  

Former Editor denies knowledge of hacking
Rebekah Brooks has denied knowing the News of the World had hacked Milly Dowler’s phone at the time of the Walton schoolgirl’s disappearance.

The paper’s former editor insists she didn’t know anyone had accessed her phone until the 4th of July 2011.

But prosecutor Andrew Edis QC claimed she “must have known” before, as reporters travelled to Telford in 2002 following claims Milly was working in a factory there.

The 13-year-old’s body was discovered in woodland in Hampshire weeks later.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:42 pm  

Hersham "PR Guru" back in Court
A woman's told a court that celebrity publicist Max Clifford encouraged her to take her bra off when she was 15.

He's facing 11 counts of indecent assault, which he denies.

Tom Parmenter - who's at Southwark Crown Court - says the woman described an alleged meeting she had with him at his office.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:37 pm  

Teething problems for T2?
Passengers waiting to use Heathrow's Terminal 2 when it opens in June, are being told to expect teething problems.

The £2.5bn, 40,000sq metre terminal will be named after the Queen.

Heathrow bosses say the challenges of opening the new building should not be underestimated.

They also say they have learnt from the mistakes of Terminal 5’s opening in 2008, when hundreds of flights were cancelled, tens of thousands of bags went missing and hundreds of thousands of passengers faced delays or cancellations.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:25 pm  

London’s Mayor Boris Johnson will visit Kew this afternoon
He’ll take a tour of the town centre, meeting traders and seeing how the area is riding the economic downturn.

A recent initiative allowing half an hour’s free parking to shoppers has been heralded a huge success by councillors and residents.

Richmond Park MP Zac Goldsmith and Conservative Councillor Andrea Craig led the campaign to introduce the initiative in Richmond.

Ms Craig is Councillor for Canbury Ward in Kingston.

She tried to get the initiative set up there, but says the Council thought it would encourage people to use their cars and not the High Street.

She says that is simply not true.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:56 am  

Hampton consultation… Have your say
A village consultation that will give Hampton residents a say on improvement they would like to see made to their community has been extended until Friday, April the 4th.

An online questionnaire went live last Monday on the Council’s website to find out what further improvements the community and visitors would like to see in Hampton Square and the surrounding area.

The square and surrounding area is an important centre which provides a range of services and facilities for residents.

Developed through the Council’s Uplift programme, Hampton Square includes an impressive illuminated water feature, seating, landscaping and space for a whole range of community activities.

Hundreds of residents enjoyed the new and improved square when the first Christmas tree was installed during the festive period.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:56 am  

Barnes towpath transformed
A towpath in Barnes has been upgraded thanks to Richmond Council’s innovative Uplift regeneration project.

Dramatic improvements have been made to the Leg o Mutton towpath and Small Profits Dock open space since work began in February.

The work at Small Profits included the removal of overgrown shrubs, upgraded pathway and improved access around the open space.

A perennial urban meadow has also been planted at the same location, a first for the borough.

The towpath improvements saw barely passable sections of towpath upgraded to improve accessibility and enjoyment for residents and visitors alike.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:51 am  

Professor Green's been charged with drink driving
The rapper was arrested in November.

Police detained Professor Green at his home in Lewisham last year after they'd been called to reports of a man being robbed.

The 30 year old, who's married to Made In Chelsea's Millie Mackintosh, has now been charged with drink driving.

He'll appear before magistrates next week.

The Crown Prosecution Service has decided not to pursue allegations that he had perverted the course of justice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 am  

Labour says no to EU referendum

Ed Miliband is to make a speech tomorrow outlining Labour's policy on Europe if he wins the next general election.

The party leader will say he will not hold an In-Out referendum on membership - unless Brussels takes more powers from the UK.

Shadow Business Secretary and Streatham MP, Chuka Umunna, tweeted that the policy shows that Labour are putting national interests ahead of party ones.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 am  

Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Twickenham gallery gets Art Council grant

Volunteering opportunities at a Twickenham gallery will be boosted following a grant of just over £70,000 from Arts Council England.

Orleans House Gallery, on the riverside, will use the money to recruit and train new volunteers.

The gallery is currently showing an exhibition on the works of acclaimed portrait painter Rose Dempster Bonnor.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 pm  

Commons Vote Increases Concern Over Croydon Hospital

Labour has failed to get enough MPs from other parties to help it block measures it says will give ministers the power to close hospitals.

An amendment to the Care Bill was rejected in the commons this evening by a majority of 58.

The Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham 30 NHS Trusts are now at risk of having services downgraded.

Among those are Croydon and Ealing.

Last year, a judge told the government it had acted unlawfully over its plans to scale back Lewisham Hospital.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

Man arrested in Carshalton after police recognised him for being wanted
Police officers have arrested a man in Carshalton they recognised for being wanted for criminal damage.

Timothy Street was approached in North Street at 4.15 on Saturday morning.

He was recognised as being wanted for kicking his girlfriend’s front door the previous evening.

After he was spotted, he was seen throwing a bag over a nearby wall, it was found to contain stolen Sat Navs.

He went to court yesterday and was remanded in custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:31 pm  

Couple from Englefield Green prosecuted for benefits fraud
Runnymede Council has successfully prosecuted two people in Englefield Green for benefits fraud.

64-year-old Roger Smith was in receipt of a pension which he failed to declare when claiming Council Tax benefit

63-year-old Yvonne Smith claimed Income Support and Council Tax benefit, but failed to declare inheriting a house from her mother.

The couple both pleaded guilty to the offences and received suspended sentences and were ordered to pay 5-thousand pounds in costs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Burglar jailed after breaking into Carshalton pub
A burglar has been jailed after breaking into a pub in Carshalton.

38-year-old Sam Scowen stole cash from gaming machines and charity boxes totalling £350 in September last year.

Scowen, from Sutton, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey earlier this month, receiving a 30 month sentence.

He was in breach of an existing suspended sentence, so the judge jailed Scowen for another 16 months – 46 in total.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:28 pm  

Clifford Trial Update
One of PR guru Max Clifford's alleged victims has described him as a "pervert"

She told Southwark Crown Court how she was allegedly indecently assaulted by him in the sixties.

Clifford from Hersham, is accused of a total of 11 counts of indecent assault against seven women and girls.

Tom Parmenter reports from Southwark Crown Court.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:01 pm  

Langley Vale is to be the site of WW1 England Centenary Wood


Millions of trees are to be planted at Langley Vale on Epsom Downs to mark the centenary of the First World War.

The Woodland Trust says four new woodlands - in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - will be created over the next four years.

The £9 million project is dependent on donations from well wishers. A third of the funding has already been secured.

When completed, it will be bigger than the Olympic Park

Karl Mitchell, the Trust’s Project Director, speaks to us now from the proposed site on Epsom Downs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

''Hospital closure'' bill to be discussed


It looks like MPs will debate a controversial measure which would give ministers the power to close hospitals.

Clause 119 of the Care Bill would allow administrators appointed to oversee NHS trusts in England that are struggling financially to make decisions over the future of neighbouring trusts as well.

It comes after the government's response to a court ruling last year which stated ministers acted illegally in proposing a downgrading of maternity and A&E at Lewisham.

Epsom and St Helier Hospitals are currently fighting to keep units open, despite the controversial BSBV review being scrapped completely at the start of the year.

Campaigners from KOSSH (Keep Our St Helier Hospital) were out in force in Sutton at the weekend, after it emerged £219 million worth of funding promised to St Helier is to be withdrawn.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 am  

Airport bosses meet for aircraft noise summit


The summit is being held to discuss solutions to the issue of aircraft noise.

Representatives from Heathrow, Gatwick and the Heathrow Association for the Control of Aircraft Noise (Hacan)will all speak at today's event at City Hall.

The Mayor of London's aviation adviser Daniel Moylan and Philip Graham, from the Airports Commission, are also attending.

A public consultation on Heathrow expansion is taking place until Sunday, with Richmond Park's MP Zac Goldsmith urging residents to take part.

Last summer, he delivered a petition to 10 Downing Street (pictured above) signed by those who didn't want the airport to expand.

Gatwick is currently undergoing trials to see if the length of time between planes taking off can be reduced.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:58 am  

Missing teenager Kingston
A 13-year-old boy who went missing from Kingston has now been found.

Eli Gyandon was found at 7pm last night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:55 am  

Monday, 10 March 2014

Sutton Fires Investigation

Police have launched an investigation after a number of fires have been started on the Benhill Estate in Sutton in recent weeks.

Four large bin fires and a number of other smaller ones have been reported over the last month.

Officers believe they’ve were started deliberately and are stepping up patrols in the area.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:25 pm  

Dementia Action Alliance launched in Richmond
A new alliance has been launched in the borough to help businesses learn how to become dementia friendly.

The alliance was launched last Thursday.

More than 90 people attended the ceremony at Orleans House Gallery to see how they could improve their businesses to help those with the condition.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

Bridge to reopen in Mitcham
A bridge in Mitcham is reopening after eight years.

Willow Bridge on Willow Lane was first shut as it required remedial work, due to large vehicles ignoring its weight restrictions.

Merton Councillor Alan Judge says he's pleased the bridge will reopen, as it is one of the most important access roads to the Willow Lane Trading Estate.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

Boat Race News
Cambridge will hold a slight weight advantage in the annual Boat Race against Oxford next month.

Their crew weighed in at a total of 791-point-6 kilograms, while last year's winners measured 772-point-6.

The race will be held on the 6th of April, starting on the River Thames at Putney.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 pm  

Mixed emotions for Fulham youngster
Fulham striker Cauley Woodrow has admitted he was shocked to start against Cardiff on Saturday.

He says he only found out on Friday he'd be travelling with the first-team squad, and was hoping for a place on the bench at best.

It was the 19-year-old's debut for the Whites, and he played 76 minutes in the 3-1 defeat.

He admits having mixed emotions about the game, saying although he's gutted about the result, it was great to make his first appearance for the Whites.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 pm  

£30 million boost for cycling in Kingston


Kingston Council has won £30 million for cycling projects as part of the Mayor of London's “mini-Holland” initiative.

Kingston is planning to build a cycle boardwalk on the banks of the Thames by Charter Quay, of which there is an artist's impression above.

A bridge for pedestrians and cyclists connecting Kingston and Hampton Wick is also part of the proposals.

Richmond and Merton will receive £2.5 million each as part of the scheme.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Streatham MP claims milk on expenses
It's been revealed that some MPs have been claiming milk in their tea on expenses.

That's despite their yearly salaries of over 60-thousand pounds.

Chuka Umunna, MP for Streatham, has been reimbursed for 15 milk claims, adding up to 6 pounds 79.

Defence Secretary and Runnymede and Weybridge MP Philip Hammond has also made two claims of 40p for 'office milk'.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:41 am  

Spelthorne's residents oppose fire service cuts
Residents in Spelthorne continue to oppose the proposed cut to their local fire and rescue services.

A petition’s been launched to ‘Save Spelthorne Fire Stations’.

Campaigners say the overall lack of response from fire services during the recent flooding is evidence that the council should rethink its plans to implement cuts.

They plan to lobby Spelthorne Local Committee on Monday March 17th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:02 am  

Dennis says McLaren will return to winning
Ahead of the new Formula One season which starts next Sunday McLaren chief executive Ron Dennis has promised the team will return to winning form this year.

Last year was one of the worst seasons in their history and Dennis likened the team’s current troubles to those of Manchester United.

Woking based McLaren failed to get on the podium at all for the first time in 33 years.

The new season starts with the Australian Grand Prix.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 am  

Small Business Relief extended in Runnymede
Businesses in Runnymede Borough are being reminded that they can now pay their Business Rates over 12-months instead of the normal 10 instalments.

In its Autumn Statement the Government announced changes to Business Rates which will come into effect from the 1st of April this year.

The council says applications must be received by April 8th.

Meanwhile the increased level of Small Business Relief in the borough will continue for another year up the 31st of March 2015.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:23 am  

Sunday, 9 March 2014

Smokers in Woking urged to give up
Smokers in Woking are being urged to prepare for battle and attempt to give up cigarettes for good on No Smoking Day.

Nearly sixteen percent of people in Woking smoke while nationally the figure is one in five – and data suggests that two thirds want to quit.

This year’s theme is a ‘V for Victory’ and information on how you can stop will be available at Woking Leisure Centre, the Library and the Borough Council’s Civic Offices.

No Smoking Day is on Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 pm  

Surrey Fire and Rescue service wins award
Surrey’s Fire and Rescue service and the County Council’s adult social care team have won a national award for a project.

They’ve won Project of the Year at the Improvement and Efficiency Awards for their work in keeping vulnerable people safe in their homes.

It seeks to provide fire safety training to those who care for elderly residents, disabled residents and those with health problems.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:50 pm  

Reusable recycling bags for Sutton
People living in over 34,000 flats in Sutton will receive reusable recycling-collection bags.

The London Waste and Recycling Board are giving over one-hundred thousand pounds to Sutton Council to aid improvements in recycling.

The money given is part of the "Driving up Performance Fund" which will see 17 boroughs across London given support in improving recycling.

The incentive follows complaints from locals expressing the need for recycling to be made easier and less cumbersome.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 pm  

Met Police helicopter in New Malden
The Met Police helicopter has been out and about in South-West London today.

It was assisting in the search for suspects on rooftops in New Malden this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:50 pm  

London Scottish back to winning ways
In the Greene King IPA Championship, London Scottish have returned to winning ways after two successive defeats.

They beat Ealing Trailfinders 42-13 at the Richmond Athletic Ground.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:49 pm  

Kingston forensic science students join the cast of Gogglebox
A couple of Kingston University Forensic science students have joined the cast of channel 4’s Gogglebox.

Joe Teulon and Josh Townsend were spotted by a scout while on a visit to Orbital Comics in London.

The producers were searching for intellectual types to join the cast.

The first year's have been filmed at Joe’s home in Feltham where the show captures their reactions to the week's TV.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:43 am  

Businesses want to try the Kingston pound
Kingston businesses will welcome the option of trying out a currency later this year according to a recent study.

The aim of introducing the Kingston Pound is to encourage people to shop locally in a bid to boost the borough's economy.

The currency will be piloted at the Surbiton Food Festival in May and people converting £20 before April will have their name incorporated in the design.

The Kingston Business school survey revealed over 40% of independent shops are keen to get involved in the trial.

Brixton, Bristol and Totnes in South Devon already run a successful local currency alongside Sterling.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

More children in Fulham are moved out of social care.
There are now less children in social care in Hammersmith and Fulham than there have been in the last 20 years.

More children have been moved into permanent homes through adoption or special guardianship orders.

The council is the top rated local authority in the country for using special guardianship which ensures children live with relatives.

Currently 204 children are looked after by the council down from its highest point a decade ago when there were over 400.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 am  

More help for Surrey communities hit by flooding
There’s good news for communities across Surrey affected by last month’s flooding.

An extra 140 million pounds is being made available by Westminster to help local councils repair roads damaged during the winter's severe weather.

36-and-a-half million will be for local authorities.

All councils in England can apply for some of the rest of the cash after the wettest winter on record.

Surrey County Council's Cabinet Member for Transport John Furey says saturated ground is a major problem.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:17 am  

Kingstonian keep play-off hopes alive
Chelsea are seven points clear at the top of the Premier League this morning.

They beat Tottenham 4-0 at Stamford Bridge yesterday.

Fulham remain rooted to the bottom of the table after going down 3-1 at Cardiff.

Crystal Palace are 2 points from safety, they lost 1-0 at home to Southampton.

In the Championship Queens Park Rangers got their promotion push back on track after a win against Birmingham.

In League One Brentford registered an important 2-nil win over Bradford at Griffin Park.

Wimbledon lost 1-0 to York at Kingsmeadow in League Two.

Woking won in the Conference while in the Conference South Sutton won 2-1 at Farnborough.

In the Ryman League Kingstonian had a 2-1victory at Margate to remain in the play-off places.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:53 am  

Riot damaged shop in Ealing to re-open
A business in Ealing destroyed during the summer riots in 2011 is to re-open early next month as a brand new venture.

The Ealing Green supermarket was burnt out during the riots but will re-open as Modern Asian Deli.

The eatery will offer an array of British-Asian food to eat in or take-out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 am  

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