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Saturday, 22 March 2014

Murrays honorary freeman status in Merton

Reigning men’s Wimbledon Tennis Champion, Andy Murray, is to be given honorary freeman status in the borough.

The decision will be made at the next full council meeting in Merton.

They will also be honoring previous champions Virginia Wade, Ann Haydon-Jones and Angela Mortimer.

These will be the first additions to the Council’s list of Honorary Freeman since 2006.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

World Water Day
Nearly three million people die prematurely from water-borne diseases, including diarrhea, hepatitis and typhoid every year.

World Water Day is today, aiming to help raise awareness on water-related issues around the world.

The One Foundation, based in Richmond, donates 100% of profits made from selling its bottled 'One water' to projects in Africa.

CEO of the foundation, Duncan Goose, hopes the campaign will highlight the severity of the situation in Africa.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Molesey financial adviser has warning for women
More women need to sit down before getting married and agree to sign a pre-nup.

That’s according to a Molesey based specialist financial adviser for women.

Mary Waring says while it may not be the most romantic thing to do, it could help you financially in the future if you get a divorce.



If you'd like to listen to our full interview with Mary, you can here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Question Time in Richmond
Two Question Time events have answered questions and concerns of nearly three hundred residents in Richmond Council.

Held in Kew, Whitton and Healthfield, it gave residents a platform to quiz Lord True and members of his cabinet about plans for the area.

Questions covered topics ranging from planning and highways, to community buildings and also how the council can help businesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

Tennis players needed for Wimbledon marathon
Tennis coaches are looking for opponents as they plan a tennis marathon in aid of sports relief.

Jack Hankey and Darius Adomonis will be playing for 26 hours and 385 seconds, starting at 3 pm on Saturday, 29th March.

In order to take part, players need to make a donation of at least £10 for charity.

Full details of available slots to play can be found at the club’s website: www.wiltontennisclub.com.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:35 am  

Kingston champion needs of sight impaired
Kingston is working towards setting up a Visual Impairment Parliament, the first of its kind in the country.

The new body would speak up for blind and visually impaired people in the borough about matters involving the Council, health, education, transport and other services.

It would be modeled on the Learning Disability Parliament and include a scheme to create employment and enterprise opportunities for people who have lost their sight.

570 people are registered in Kingston with sight loss, but the Royal National Institute of Blind People estimates there may be more than 4,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:24 am  

Friday, 21 March 2014

Kingston Woman Found Safe & Well

A vulnerable woman missing in Kingston has been found safe and well.



79 year old Beth Moon who suffers from dementia went missing from her home on Latchmere Road at 2pm.

She was then spotted outside St Pauls Church on Queens Road just before 4.

In the last hour Kingston Police picked her up after a call from a member of the public who spotted her on Kingston Hill.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 pm  

Mitcham Stabbing Arrest

Police have arrested a 16 year old boy today on suspicion of attempted murder and GBH in Mitcham.

A 17 year old was stabbed on Tuesday evening after being targeted by a gang as he entered a bookmakers on Mitcham Road.

He remains in hospital with potentially life changing injuries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 pm  

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:15 pm  

Body of missing man from Putney found


The body of a missing man from Putney has been found in the Thames near Chelsea.

On Tuesday morning, police were called to the river near Lots Road following the recovery of a body from the water.

Enquiries have formally identified the man to be 28-year-old Marc Hutton, who had been reported missing since the 28th February.

Police are treating the death as unexplained.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:40 pm  

Chelsea Captain's father cleared
Former England football captain John Terry's dad has been cleared of racism charges.

Ted Terry has been on trial at the Old Bailey after it was claimed he headbutted an Asian man and called him an abusive name during an argument.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

Are you paying more than your fair share?
People living in London’s ten wealthiest constituencies are paying almost 10% of the Country’s entire tax.

Debbie Russ reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

Englefield Green man honoured after landing helicopter


A man from Englefield Green who helped land a helicopter under fire from Afghan insurgents has been honoured.

44-year-old Bob Sunderland was awarded a Mention in Despatches in a ceremony yesterday.

The Master Aircrew was landing a chinook when the aircraft came under fire and he was struck by a bullet in his groin.

But he carried on with the mission, successfully evacuating troops on the ground before guiding the flight back to the Camp Bastion hospital.

He spoke at the ceremony yesterday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

Warning from Ikea
Swedish superstore Ikea has recalled nearly three million baby bed canopies over fears they could strangle children.

The furniture maker, which has flagship stores in Purley and Wembley, has taken action after receiving reports of young children becoming entangled in the product.

The company has asked parents who have bought the canopies, which look like mosquito nets to stop using them immediately.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

The hacking trial has been adjourned until Monday
It’s after former News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman was taken ill as he was about to enter the witness box.

The 56 year old from Addlestone denies the charges against him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:07 pm  

Renewed hope for drivers and cyclists alike
There was renewed hope for road users in Wednesday’s budget - the Chancellor announced a £200 million fund to fix potholes.

Councils will be able to seek cash through a bidding process.

In Kingston, the Conservatives are accusing the Lib Dem run council of refusing to fix potholes.

Council Leader Liz Green claims they aren’t that much of a problem compared to other boroughs (you can hear Cllr Green's interview in full by clicking here)

Cyclist John O’Connell hit a pothole in Surbiton last year and is awaiting compensation for the damage caused to his bike - he disagrees with her.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:56 pm  

Surrey Search and Rescue - the 4th emergency service


Incidents reported to the Surrey Search and Rescue team are up 38% on last year.

There have been 22 call outs this year so far.

The group of volunteers, which are all trained to give first aid, assists the police searching for missing people in the County.

Andy Macauley is one of them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:49 pm  

Chelsea to face PSG
Chelsea will face Paris Saint-Germain in the quarter finals of the Champions League.

The Blues have never lost to the French side in their two previous meetings.

The ties will be played in the first two weeks of April, with the second leg at Stamford Bridge.

Chief executive Ron Gourlay thinks they're ready.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 am  

Boris for MP?
Boris Johnson's continuing to dodge questions about a possible return to the House of Commons.

The Prime Minister's gone on record for the first time in a newspaper interview about his desire to see the Mayor of London serve as an MP again.

In a statement, Boris says only two things matter to him between now and the next election.

These are delivering for London and returning David Cameron to Number 10.

Last year Mr Johnson dodged speculation he was to do a job swap with Richmond Park MP Zac Goldsmith.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:55 am  

Kate Bush has announced her first tour for 35 years
The 'Wuthering Heights' singer will play 15 shows at the Hammersmith Apollo in August and September.

Tickets go on sale a week today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 am  

Chelsea News
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has announced he'll challenge an FA charge of improper conduct.

Mourinho was sent to the stands towards the end of his side's 1-0 defeat by Aston Villa last weekend and criticised referee Chris Foy's performance.

Chelsea also had two players sent off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:39 am  

Work started at World's most famous kennels


Work has started to upgrade 56 kennels at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.

They were built in 1907.

The charity is upgrading its "intake" kennels which are used when the dogs first arrive to be rehomed.

The project will cost a total of £4.9m - but only £3m has been secured so far.

It has started a public campaign to raise the final £1.9m.

It's estimated work will be finished by the end of the year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:32 am  

Youngsters Wanted For Surrey Sport
Youngsters can now sign up to free training sessions with a chance to represent Mole Valley for this year’s Surrey Youth Games.

The county-wide games, sponsored by Procter and Gamble, is the largest annual youth sports festival in Surrey.

The event sees around 3,000 young people between 7 and 18, represent their area at the Sports Park in Guildford.

The games take place on the 21st and 22nd of June
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

Surrey and Sussex Medical Secretaries Stage Protest
Medical secretaries in Surrey and Sussex are going on strike to protest the outsourcing of typing letters to patients.

UNISON Members claim their concerns about the practise are being ignored by the Healthcare NHS Trust’s Management.

They’re worried that the outsourcing could have implications on patient safety, patient confidentiality, and patient confidence.

The lunchtime protests will be staged on Monday outside the gates of Crawley Hospital and on Tuesday at East Surrey Hospital
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 am  

Magath frustrated with Mitroglou
Fulham boss Felix Magath has admitted he’s been frustrated by Kostas Mitroglou’s injuries.

The Greek striker arrived at Craven Cottage for around 12-million pounds in January, but has only played a full 90 minutes for the club once.

He’ll miss tomorrow’s match at Manchester City because of a knee injury.

Magath says the situation isn’t ideal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 am  

Kingston postmen missing bikes
Posties in Kingston say they miss their bikes.

Bicycles are slowly being removed across the UK as part of a £2 billion modernisation operation by Royal Mail.

In a statement, the postal group says bikes will be replaced with trolleys so mail can be delivered more securely and safely.

Postmen and women in the borough argue it is now taking longer to do rounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

New Malden parents reminded of scooter safety
Parents in New Malden are being reminded to teach their children the importance of scooter safety.

Some residents living near two schools, Christ Church and Coombe Hill, say they are worried youngsters are out of control.

They claim children ride yards ahead of their parents and are unaware of driveways or road junctions.

They’re calling on mums and dads to remind them that while scooting may be fun, it can also be very dangerous.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Fulham boss admits keeper wasn't happy
Fulham boss Felix Magath admits Maarten Stekelenburg wasn’t happy to be dropped at the weekend.

The former Dutch number one was on the bench as Fulham defeated Newcastle on Saturday.

Magath says he decided to play David Stockdale in goal instead, as the Englishman is more vocal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:14 am  

Family appeal following murder in Croydon in 2011
The mother of a man murdered in Croydon against the backdrop of the 2011 summer riots has made a heartfelt appeal to the public.

Joy Sanderson says she wants to see those responsible for her son’s death brought to justice.

24 year old Trevor Ellis (pictured) was found slumped in a car on Monday August 8th that year at 9.20pm in Duppas Hill Road, junction with Warrington Road.



He had been shot in the head and died in hospital the following day.
The Met Police is offering a reward of up to £20,000 for information.

His family released this picture of Trevor in hospital in a bid for information.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Mo Farah to be turned into wax
Mo Farah is to be turned into a wax figure for Madame Tussauds

The attraction is preparing two versions of the double Olympic gold medal winner.

They'll both be of the Teddington runner in his "mo-bot" pose.

One will be kept at their attraction in London and one in Blackpool.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 am  

Cash boost for flood-hit Surrey
Surrey County Council has received a 5.3-million pounds Government boost towards its bill to fix flood-damaged roads.

Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has confirmed that Surrey will get the funds to fix roads.

Much of the county was devastated by flooding that hit over Christmas and again in February.

The council says its initial bill is 15-million pounds and it is expected to rise significantly once final costs are in.

The Flanchford Road bridge near Reigate alone, will cost over 800-thousand pounds to replace.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:21 am  

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Ride London Route Confirmed

The routes have been announced for the Prudential RideLondon in London and Surrey in August.

24,000 riders will start from the Olympic Park and ride through to the hills of Surrey before returning to the capital finishing on The Mall.

In its first year, riders raised more than £7 million for charity and organisers have set the fundraising target at £12 million this year.

The route will remain essentially the same as last year with a few minor changes and also some rolling road closures.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 pm  

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:49 pm  

Kingston Trading Standards warn of phone scams
Phone scams are an increasingly common problem.

We all have to be wary of people trying to trick us into giving out our personal details over the phone.

Alonso Ercilla, from Kingston Trading Standards, says banks or police will never ask for your pin number.

He has advice on what to do if you think you’re being scammed.



To listen to our full interview with Alonso, click here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Mother of a girl who lost leg in Mortlake is to run London Marathon
The injured mother of a girl who lost her leg in a bus crash in Mortlake is to run the London Marathon.

Pollyanna Hope was two when a single decker bus mounted the pavement at Mortlake bus station hitting her and her mum and killing her grandma.

Pollyanna who is now nine had her lower right leg amputated by doctors and now needs a prosthetic limb.

Her mother Sarah is running the marathon in memory of her mother Elizabeth.

43 year old bus driver Ismail Ahmed of Southall was jailed for four years in 2008 for causing death by dangerous driving.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 pm  

Sutton man could be facing longer sentence
A man from Sutton jailed for four and a half years for killing an Asperger's sufferer in an unprovoked attack could be facing a longer sentence.

40-year-old Andrew Young died after being punched in the head by Lewis Gill in Bournemouth last November.

His jail sentence has now been referred to the Court of Appeal - where judges will decide if it was too lenient.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

Fulham boss sticking with youth
Fulham boss Felix Magath says he will continue to play youngsters as the Whites fight relegation.

19-year-old striker Cauley Woodrow has started the last two games, while 17-year-old Patrick Roberts was on the bench against Newcastle.

Magath says they’ve added a new dimension to the team.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

Help for numeracy in Kingston
Kingston Adult Education Centre is offering government funded maths classes to help adults improve their numeracy skills.

It's part of a new project backed by the Department for Education, which encourages adults to take part in an online National Numeracy Challenge.

The initiative comes after a recent survey revealed that nearly a third of adults struggle with numeracy, which could be costing the UK economy over £20 billion a year.

Sarah Jordan, maths coordinator at the Kingston Adult Education Centre stresses the importance of maths skills in everyday life.



To listen to our full interview with Sarah, click here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:35 pm  

Police investigating Woking robbery
Police are investigating a knifepoint robbery at a shop in Woking.

A man escaped with around £300 in cash as a result of the robbery, which took place on Saturday at the Londis store in Wych Hill.

The man, who was armed with a knife, went to the shop and forced the assistant to open the till before stealing the cash and making off on foot.

Two men from Woking have been arrested in connection with this offence and have been released on police bail, pending further investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:29 pm  

Police still appealing for missing family in Tooting


Police continue to appeal for help to find a 26-year-old woman and her three children who are missing from Tooting.

Kimberley Richards, 26, was reported missing on Sunday February the 23rd with her three young children; Moustapha Abdulrahman Amin, 3, Tamara Abdulrahman Amin, 1, and Tabitha Richards who is six months-old.

Although there is no evidence to suggest they have come to any harm, officers are keen to establish that Kimberley and her children are safe and well.

They were last seen at 8am on the Sunday at their former address in Tooting Grove, and may have subsequently been in the Newham area.

Kimberley used to live in Wales and still has family and friends there, so it is possible that she has travelled to South Wales.

Kimberley is described as white and of medium build. She sometimes wears loose fitting Islamic dress and a head scarf.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Kimberley or her children should call 101 quoting reference 14MIS006189.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Hersham Nursery Best

A business in Hersham has been named as the best nursery in the country at an awards ceremony.

Woodlark Nurseries, of Burhill Road, won the Silver Kentia Palm best nursery award at the British Protected Ornamentals Association awards.

Ian Hopkins founded the nursery in 1963 and it celebrated its 50th anniversary last year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:56 pm  

Hampton Benefit Cheat Fined

A woman from Hampton has been found guilty of benefit fraud after falsely claiming nearly £5000.

Tina Cummins, from Cheeseman Close claimed Housing and Council Tax Benefit despite having a full-time job.

She pleaded guilty at Lavender Hill Magistrates Court on Monday- she received a £120 fine and was made to pay £795 in legal costs.

The inquiry was carried out by Richmond Council’s Internal Audit and Investigation Team.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:54 pm  

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

CCTV images release by police after Battersea fraud
Police have issued CCTV images of a suspect they wish to identify following an attempted high-value fraud.

The suspect managed to have all incoming calls to a large Plymouth-based company diverted to another number.

He did so by contacting the company's telephone provider and masquerading as the company's managing director.

Shortly after the divert was activated six faxes were sent to the company's bank requesting money transfers to various UK and overseas bank accounts, totalling almost £1.6 million.

The scam was unsuccessful as staff realised that calls had been diverted and were able to reverse the process.

The faxes were sent from an internet cafe in Battersea.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 pm  

Teddington runner should move on
Former 1500 metres world champion Steve Cram says Mo Farah should "move on" and not worry about collapsing after finishing the New York half-marathon.

Double Olympic champion Farah from Teddington fell during the race after being tripped but went on to finish second.

The race was part of the 30-year-old's preparation for his full marathon debut in London next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:18 pm  

Man found guilty of Streatham murder
A jealous and controlling boyfriend who stabbed his girlfriend to death after she tried to end their relationship has been found guilty of her murder.

46 year old Jonathan Tebbs from North London attacked 40-year-old Katherine Dixon last June in Streatham.

He’s due to be sentenced later today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:18 pm  

Carshalton and Wallington MP reacts to Budget
Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake says the income tax cut is the real Budget boost.

The Lib Dem MP is very pleased with what George Osborne outlined.



You can listen to our full interview with Tom Brake here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

Scrum half signs new contract at London Scottish
Jamie Stevenson has signed a new contract at London Scottish.

The 21-year-old scrum half has signed a two-year extension to his current deal at the Richmond Athletic Ground.

He’s missed the majority of this season after picking up a knee injury against Cornish Pirates in November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:12 pm  

Mother writes book charting grief path after losing son to accidental drowning at Kingston


A mother who lost her son to accidental drowning in the Thames at Kingston has written a book charting her grief path.

Andrea Corrie lost 19-year-old son James in July 2005.

His death led to her successfully campaigning for more safety measures along the river at Kingston.

She says writing 'Into The Mourning Light' wasn't an easy experience.



You can listen to our full interview with Andrea here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:45 am  

£15,000 donated to Surrey Flood Recovery Appeal
Surrey County Council Leader David Hodge unveiled plans to donate almost £15,000 to the Surrey Flood Recovery Appeal yesterday.

Launched by the Community Foundation, the money plans to help people get back on their feet after the severe weather.

Last month’s flooding damaged around 1000 homes in Surrey after the Thames reached its highest level in 60 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 am  

John Terry's father accused of racial abuse
A man allegedly racially abused by footballer John Terry's father has denied in court that he "embellished" his story to sell it to the papers.

It is claimed that 59 year old Ted Terry attacked railway worker Amarjit Talafair in London last March.

Mr Talafair told the Old Bailey that Mr Terry racially abused him, but he admitted swearing at Mr Terry and calling him bald and fat.

The Chelsea captain's father, from Essex, denies the charges.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:54 am  

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Taskforce in Surrey set up after damage from flooding
The estimated repair bill for damage to Surrey's roads, bridges and embankments because of the flooding, is £10m.

A taskforce has now been set up to look at what lessons can be learned from the crisis.

Surrey County Council, David Hodge, has admitted that meeting the costs of the damage would be a challenge.

About 1,000 homes were flooded in the County last month after the Thames reached its highest level in 60 years.

The A22 in Godstone, which was closed to protect Kenley Water Treatment Work’s pumping equipment, remains sealed off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Kingsmeadow Brawl

Police are appealing for information following a violent brawl involving 50 football fans outside Kingsmeadow Stadium.

It happened before AFC Wimbledon’s defeat to Bury last month.

The fight spilled from the footway outside the stadium into the road, causing traffic to come to a standstill.

Anyone with any information should contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:49 pm  

Witnesses Sought In Roehampton

Police are appealing for witnesses following a road traffic collision involving a car and a cyclist in Roehampton.

Officers were called this morning to reports of the collision in Priory Lane.

A 43 year old man was taken to hospital and remains in a serious condition - his condition isn’t believed to be life threatening.

The driver of the car stopped at the scene and he wasn’t arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:45 pm  

Man Sought In Sunbury

Police are appealing for information after a man was spotted hanging around in a garden in Sunbury where a child was playing.

It happened on Sunday morning on Cavendish Road at around 9-30.

When the man realised he’d been seen by the child’s parent he ran off.

He’s believed to be white, around 40 years old, 5 foot 8, was clean shaven and had black greasy hair.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:21 pm  

Euromillions winner announced


The identity of a car mechanic who won £107.9m on the Euromillions lottery has been revealed as 41 year old Neil Trotter from Coulsdon.

He scooped the jackpot on Friday.

He's the National Lottery's fourth biggest winner and the first Euromillions jackpot winner from the UK this year.

Neil, who runs his own repair garage in Mitcham, Chameleon Coachworks and also races stock cars, has decided to go public with his win.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Is Balham really best?
It might surprise you, but Balham has been named as one of the best places to live in Britain.

It was just one of five locations in the Capital to have appeared in The Sunday Times UK wide shortlist.

High achieving schools and good transport links were highlighted.

Estate agents claim more people are trying to buy there than anywhere else in the Country.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

Queens update
World number seven Tomas Berdych is the latest player to sign up to compete at the Queen's Club Tennis Championships.

The grass court tournament at Baron’s Court near Hammersmith, serves as the traditional warm-up for Wimbledon.

Defending champion Andy Murray has already confirmed he'll defend his title.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:49 pm  

Clifford Trial Update
A jury's heard celebrity publicist Max Clifford groped a teenage model.

It’s after the so called PR Guru from Hersham claimed he could help get her a part in a James Bond film.

Tom Parmenter reports from Southwark Crown Court.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:48 pm  

Arrest after murder in South Norwood


Police investigating the murder of a man in South Norwood have arrested a man.

The 21 year old was detained this morning at an address in Purley on suspicion of murder and remains in custody.

The deceased has been identified as 37 year old Michael Hunt (above) from the Selhurst area.

Police have confirmed he was found in a skip on Saturday and died in hospital a short time later.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:33 pm  

Man found guilty of friend's manslaughter in Teddington


A man has been found guilty of killing his friend in Teddington.

In November 2012, Patrick Lawless (above) was out with a group of friends celebrating his friend Patrick Conway's 21st birthday.

Lawless got involved in a fight, but continued to act in an agitated manner after that was broken up.

Conway tried to calm him down but tensions escalated, resulting in Conway punching Lawless once in Field Lane.

He collapsed and never regained consciousness, dying at Kingston Hospital 24 hours later.

Conway (below) has been convicted with manslaughter and will be sentenced next month.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

Two men from Walton preparing for bike ride to Barcelona


Two men from Walton are cycling to Barcelona to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Dean Beckett and Martin Wells are leaving after a big send off in the town on the 12th of April.

They’ll cycle 940 miles over nine days via the Pyrenees.

Dean explains why they’re doing the ride.



You can listen to our interview with Dean here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

Web chat for residents
A new live web-chat service has been launched by Sutton Council as part of on-going drive to provide better customer services.

The opportunity to chat in real-time will enable residents to gain greater clarity about specific problems and queries they may have.

Customers will be able to click on the live chat option on the website; which will connect them with a customer services advisor who will best assist with their enquiry.

Live web - chat for these services will be accessible between Monday - Friday 10.00-15.00 and for Council Tax between Monday - Friday 10.00-12.00. and 15.00-17.00.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

Internet campaign underway to find good Samaritan in Richmond
An internet campaign is underway to find a good Samaritan who left a note on a woman’s car after seeing a truck scrape it.

Natalie-Jane Davey returned to her Mini in Richmond on Friday afternoon seeing the note on her windscreen.

An anonymous passer by, known only as Lee, left the truck’s registration number on the windscreen after they drove off.

Miss Davey has been told that she can’t prosecute without a formal statement from Lee, so she’s trying to track him down.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

The pothole wars continue


A cyclist who claims he suffered a brain injury after hitting a pothole is suing Hertfordshire County Council for up to £100,000.

56 year old Alan Curtis says he was left with hearing and nerve problems, short-term memory loss and a broken arm as a result of the accident as he was training for a charity cycle ride in October.

In Kingston (pictured), potholes are also causing a stir, with the Conservatives accusing the Lib Dem run council of refusing to repair them.

We asked Council Leader Liz Green if it would be preferable for cyclists to sue the council, rather than the money be spent on repairs.



Please email your pothole pictures and stories to [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:15 pm  

Fraud service bolstered
A clampdown on fraud which has seen Richmond and Kingston Councils claw back more than £1million of taxpayers’ money will see the service awarded an additional fraud investigator.

Richmond and Kingston Council’s joint investigation team will have £50,000 invested into the service to employ the additional fraud officer, Richmond Council’s Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Finance, Cllr Geoffrey Samuel announced today.

Thanks to the service’s efforts in clamping down on fraudsters and saving more than £1m in taxpayers’ money, a further £50,000 has been allocated by the service, some of which was collected via the Proceeds of Crime Act through the courts, to further improve the service.

The additional investigator is another blow to fraudsters across Richmond and Kingston – in July last year the joint fraud service received an additional £200,000 to work with housing providers to crackdown on housing fraud for the next two years.

The service now employs ten investigators.

The joint service, launched in June 2012, has retrieved more money than ever with an estimated £381k retrieved from benefit cheats in Richmond since March last year until now.

The fraud team has also been working to clamp down on social housing fraud and has saved £396,000 by recovering 22 properties.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 pm  

More school places for Richmond's children
The final decision on the expansion of Darell Primary and Nursery School is coming this Thursday.

As part of the Council’s 10-year strategy for providing additional school places, residents were recently consulted on the expansion of Darell Primary and Nursery School from 43 to 60 pupils per year.

Following these results, Richmond Council’s Cabinet will make the decision on Thursday as to whether or not to permanently expand the school.

Since 2010 Richmond Council has provided 14 additional permanent forms of Reception entry and enabled two primary free schools and one voluntary-aided primary school.

This is a total of 540 extra permanent places per year, and almost 4,000 places in total.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

Spot strokes FAST
A hard-hitting campaign that aims to save lives by showing people how to spot the signs of a stroke has been launched in Richmond.

The award-winning Act FAST campaign has been launched by the Council in partnership with the Government’s Public Health England.

The campaign shows people the signs and symptoms they should look for to identify someone suffering from a stroke and once identified what to do immediately. These include:

Facial weakness – can the person smile? Has their mouth or eye drooped?
Arm weakness – can the person raise both arms and keep them there?
Speech problems – can the person speak clearly and understand what you say?
Time to call 999 if you see any single one of the above signs

The campaign also aims to convey these warnings specifically towards the black and minority ethnic (BME) community.

This is because people of African and South Asian origins are twice as likely to suffer a stroke as people of European origin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

Twickenham is being rediscovered
A community building that will be able to stage theatre, music, exhibitions, film screenings, and dance, in Twickenham has come a step closer.

The community building is a major aspect of the transformation of the Royal Mail Sorting Office site, opposite Twickenham Train Station.

Work will begin in the next few months and be ready for Spring 2016.

The regeneration project also includes a three to five storey building for homes.

It will accommodate 82 new homes - which will consist of 16 affordable homes and 66 private homes; two restaurants; a basement car, motorcycle, and cycle parking and gardens, a courtyard area, and 28 houses with car parking and gardens.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

Fulham boss spotted on Boris Bike


Felix Magath is well known for his double training sessions, so onlookers were surprised to see him cycling in Wandsworth yesterday.

The Fulham manager was spotted on a Boris Bike riding down the high street in the afternoon wearing a Fulham tracksuit.

He's been criticised online by some cycling safety campaigners as he wasn’t wearing a helmet.

Twitpic: @kieranroles_
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:48 am  

Missing woman from Tolworth has been found
A vulnerable woman who was missing from Tolworth has been found.

Police were originally concerned as 64 year Pauline suffers from Alzheimer’s.

The Met Police would like to thank people for their help.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:02 am  

£107m EuroMillions jackpot winner is from Coulsdon
The winner of the £107m EuroMillions jackpot is to be announced today with it hugely believed to be a car mechanic from Coulsdon.

The win puts him as one of the top five on the National Lottery Rich List.

And the winner has automatically become the 745th richest person in the UK.

He won with the numbers 6,24,25,27 and 30 – plus lucky star numbers 5 and 9.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:01 am  

Monday, 17 March 2014

Missing Tolworth Woman
Update - Pauline has now been found.

A vulnerable woman is missing in Tolworth this evening.

64 year Pauline suffers from Alzheimer’s.

She wandered off just before 6pm.

Pauline is white, 4’11”, has dark shoulder length hair and is wearing dark jeans and pink jumper and a short black jacket.

If you’ve seen someone fitting that description in Tolworth then please call Kingston police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:28 pm  

Sorrow for Mick Jagger
Mick Jagger’s girlfriend L’Wren Scott has been found dead.

The 49 year old model had been romantically linked to the Rolling Stone from Richmond, since 2001.

The body of the fashion designer and model was found at her apartment in Manhattan, after reportedly taking her own life.

Here’s Showbiz reporter Ashley Pearson with more.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:56 pm  

Support for new pedestrian entrance to Putney station
Wandsworth Council’s long-running campaign for a new pedestrian entrance to Putney Station has been bolstered.

The Putney Society has added its voice to the growing calls for action from rail chiefs.

Councillors have long argued that access to the station would be vastly improved if a new entrance was opened near Oxford Road.

The council has working on the feasibility into the second entrance and is leading the discussions with Network Rail and South West Trains.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Hersham "PR Guru's" trial continues
A woman's told Max Clifford's trial he pinned her up against a wall and tried to French kiss her in the 1970s.

Another woman, who is not one of the alleged victims in the case, has broken down in tears in court as she described the celebrity publicist exposing himself to her in his office.

Mr Clifford denies 11 counts of indecent assault.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:57 pm  

Hounslow resident could win £25,000
Someone living in Hounslow could win £25,000 if they switch to paying their council tax by Direct Debit.

The Council is among 16 London Boroughs taking part in the campaign, including Hammersmith and Fulham and Kensington and Chelsea.

All you have to do is make sure you’re paying your Council Tax by Direct Debit before the 11th of July.

Councillor Sue Sampson says the money the council saves by using Direct Debit can be used for the benefit of people in Hounslow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

Kingston's potholes 'won't be repaired'


Kingston Council has refused point blank to deal with the borough’s worsening pothole crisis.

At a budget meeting last month, Conservative councillors proposed using a £1 million surplus funding on fixing the problem.

Although council officers said it would be a good idea, Lib Dem councillors said it would fiscally irresponsible to spend the money.

Conservative councillor Andrea Craig says they couldn’t be more wrong.



We have this afternoon spoken to Kingston's Lib Dem Leader Liz Green.

Councillor Green says they are repairing potholes.



We'll have a special report on the matter in tonight's Newspod, available on the Red Button from 6 o'clock.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Fulham inspired by photos of fans
Fulham goalkeeper David Stockdale has revealed that manager Felix Magath used pictures of fans to psych his team up at the weekend.

Stockdale says it reminded the players what they were fighting for ahead of the match against Newcastle on Saturday.

The goalkeeper admits it’s taken a while to get used to Magath’s techniques but he believes the club’s now moving in the right direction.

Despite winning for the first time since New Year’s Day, Fulham are still bottom of the Premier League, 4 points from safety.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Mourinho to find out about disciplinary action
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is likely to find out later whether he faces disciplinary action from the Football Association.

He was sent to the stands in Saturday's Premier League defeat at Aston Villa, after Willian and Ramires had also been dismissed.

Mourinho's suggested referee Chris Foy shouldn't take charge of Chelsea games - claiming they've often been on the wrong end of decisions.

But former ref Dermot Gallagher disagrees.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

£100,000 savings for Woking Council
Woking Council has identified savings of over £100,000 after a review of the Council Tax Single Person Discount.

It’s discovered nearly 300 cases of people falsely or mistakenly claiming the discount.

More than 12,000 taxpayers throughout the borough are listed as living alone and claiming a 25% reduction on their Council Tax.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

Vicar's wife receives abuse after complaining about play her daughter was studying
A vicar’s wife who complained about her daughter studying a play containing over 400 swear words has received online abuse.

Geraldine Stockford had expressed her disbelief on Musmsnet after finding 14-year-old daughter Anna studying Mogadishu.

She told the Evening Standard her daughter felt uncomfortable in GCSE drama at Teddington School.

Mrs Stockford launched a petition to get the government to introduce age limits on exposing pupils to swearing.

But she’s received expletive-filled online comments from teachers across the UK criticising her and other parents who complain about swearing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm  

Yacht crashes into Richmond Bridge
Bemused passers-by on the banks of the Thames in Richmond watched in amazement as the owner of a luxury yacht crashed into Richmond Bridge yesterday.

Strong currents were to blame when the water level rose quickly.

The onlookers watched in awe as the boat hit the bridge time and time again before finally getting through to a round of applause.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:55 pm  

Date set for Big Merton Spring Clean
A date has been set for the Big Merton Spring Clean.

The community tidy up will take place on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th April.

The council will hand out litter picks, gloves and bags at 10 locations across the borough.

Dan Goode, from Merton Matters, explains why they campaigned for the day.



Anyone willing to help should register their interest with the council by next Monday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 pm  

Vince Cable wants high-speed rail rethink
According to Business Secretary Vince Cable there is a “compelling case” to speed up the extension of the controversial HS2 high-speed rail link to the cities of the north.

The Twickenham MP’s intervention came as HS2 chairman Sir David Higgins outlined his plan to accelerate the projects construction timetable.

In his report Sir David says the rail route from London to Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds is vital for the future of the country.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:38 am  

Sunday, 16 March 2014

A call for more blood donors in Tooting
Blood donors in South-West London who are O negative and B negative are being asked to help rebuild stocks of those groups.

Stocks are currently at their lowest level for four years.

The donor centre at St George’s Hospital in Tooting is open tomorrow with extended appointments available.

You can book one by clicking here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:39 pm  

5000 people take to the streets to support Sutton's Marsden
Five thousand people are walking the streets of Chelsea and Sutton today to raise money for The Marsden cancer hospital.

Four thousand are walking the 14 miles from the Chelsea hospital to the Marsden in Sutton.

And one thousand walkers have opted for the five mile route from Kings George’s playing fields in Morden.

Since the first walk in 2011 the charity have raised over £3 million to support cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and care.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:39 am  

Crime drops in Fulham
People in Hammersmith and Fulham have been told that crime in the borough is at a historic low during a public meeting last week.

London’s deputy mayor of policing was part of a panel of crime prevention officials that were quizzed by residents at the meeting.

He said the 3,295 reported crimes represented a drop of 15 per cent from the year before.

But the panel admitted more can be done to help people come forward to report crimes like bike theft, domestic violence and homophobic abuse.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

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