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Saturday, 12 April 2014

Police seize sub-machine gun in Mitcham

A gun capable of shooting 850 rounds a minute has been seized by armed police during a midnight raid in Mitcham.

Officers found the sub-machine gun, 70 rounds of ammunition, a large quantity of cannabis and £3,000 in cash at a house in Commonside East on Friday.


Six men and three women aged between 18 and 54 have been arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:25 pm  

Investment for Richmond's young carers
Richmond Council has announced a plan to invest £50,000 for support for young carers in the borough.

A young carer is anyone under 18 who provides unpaid assistance and support to a family member who is physically or mentally ill.

There are currently more than 2,000 young carers in the borough, some of whom are as young as 5.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Football League round up for SW London
In the Championship, QPR beat Nottingham Forest 5-2 in the lunchtime kick off.

In League One, Brentford lost 1-0 at Swindon and AFC Wimbledon won 1-0 at Southend in League Two
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

Eagles soar on
Crystal Palace players and fans might just about consider themselves safe from Premier League relegation now.

They beat Aston Villa 1-0.

It puts them 7 points clear of the drop zone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:42 pm  

Met Police beat Carshalton Athletic
Met Police were in action today, as they beat Carshalton Athletic 3-0 at Imber Court.

Alan Walsh reports:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:40 pm  

Good News For Fulham
Fulham have given themselves a big boost in their attempt to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

The 18th-placed side are now only 2 points from safety after a 1-0 victory over 17th-placed Norwich.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 pm  

Riverbank Repairs Completed
Repairs on a stretch of river bank in West Molesey have been completed following severe damage over the winter.

The banks along the Lower Mole Flood Alleviation Scheme were damaged by turbulent waters during the wettest winter since 1766.

The Environment Agency has patched up parts of the river bank with 250 large mesh units, filled with stone.

A programme of work to carry out long-term repairs to the banks of the River Mole will take place later in the year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:28 pm  

Appeal For Help In Finding A Missing Girl From Mitcham
Police are appealing for the whereabouts of a 12-year-old girl who’s not been seen since this morning.

Catherine Mitchell left her home in Mitcham, at around 4.30 am.

She’s described as being light-skinned black, approximately 5ft 3in tall and of skinny build with frizzy dark brown hair.

She was wearing light peach-coloured trousers and a navy blue hooded top.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:22 pm  

Kingston University is proving itself as a centre of entrepreneurial innovation.
Kingston University is proving itself as a centre of entrepreneurial innovation.

For the fifth year, it’s beat other higher education institutions in the number of start up companies it’s helped to launch.

Alumni from the university got 270 companies off the ground in the year 2012 to 2013, which was 69 more than the previous year.

That means it generated more start ups than all nine of the higher education institutions in Wales combined.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:45 am  

Opposition to plans for Banstead cemetery
Residents of Banstead are rallying to oppose a planning application for a cemetery in Croydon Lane on land which is currently used as pasture for horses.

The plans propose using the 25 acre site as a multi-faith, non-consecrated cemetery.

It would include burial plots, themed gardens, a war memorial and a building for ceremonies.

Opponents claim this would be out of character for the area. They’re holding a meeting to discuss the proposals at the Banstead United Reform Church on Tuesday 5.30 pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

More night noise from Heathrow
For the next 7 months, work is being carried out to resurface the northern runway at Heathrow.

This means that there will be more aircraft noise between 4.30 and 6 in the morning for residents under the flight path for the southern runway.

The work is expected to continue until October.

Both runways will be used on Friday and Saturday nights so that there will be no change to flight patterns at the weekend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:36 am  

Surrey counts its savings
Surrey County Council is set to confirm that it’s saved nearly £170,000 a day in the last financial year.

That’s £62 million for the year, making a total savings since 2010 of £260 million.

That’s enough to pay for the Council’s project to overhaul more than 300 miles of road -- 2 and a half times over.

Council Leader David Hodge says that by doing things more efficiently and working with other organisations they’ve been able to stretch the taxpayers' money further.

They want to save a further £250 million over the next 5 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:16 am  

Friday, 11 April 2014

Feltham Robbery Photo

Police in Hounslow have now released a CCTV image of a man they’re looking for following a robbery in Feltham 2 weeks ago.



On Saturday the 29th of March just before 8.30 pm a 24-year-old woman was walking through Feltham Park towards Feltham BR Station.

As she went along the footpath next to the stream that runs through the park someone ran up from behind, grabbed her and held something against her throat.

The man demanded her handbag and pushed her to the floor before threatening her.

The woman managed to run away and call the police but left her handbag behind.

The attacker was described as a black man in his 40's who’s about 5ft 11 with distinctive large lips and an African accent.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

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London MEP calling for cleaner air
An MEP’s calling for urgent action to ‘clean up our air’ as it’s revealed thousands of people are dying annually in London due to air pollution.

According to statistics released by ‘Public Health England’ nearly 3,400 people died because of air pollution in 2010 and across the country, the figure is over 25,000.

Jean Lambert, the Green Party’s MEP for London said this should be a source of shame for Ministers and urges the government to take action.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Dunsfold Park owners lose fight for unrestricted flying
The owners of Dunsfold Park aerodrome, which is home to the BBC's Top Gear, have lost their latest fight for unrestricted flying.

The owners of the aerodrome, which was constructed in World War Two, had claimed that "permanent unrestricted planning permission" was granted in 1951.

However, a judge at the High Court said this did not allow freedom of flight.

The owners have the right to appeal the latest decision to the Supreme Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Hacking Trial Update
The mother of murdered Hersham schoolgirl Sarah Payne has acted as a character witness for Rebekah Brooks at the hacking trial.

Sara Payne said the News of the World had been a 'force for good' and Ms Brooks gave her personal support.

8 year old Sarah was abducted and murdered by paedophile Roy Whiting near her Grandparents’ home in Sussex in 2000.

The News of the World led the way for the introduction of Sarah’s Law, with various campaigns and appeals.

Speaking last year, Sara says it was a very lonely time after her daughter’s death.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:56 pm  

Surrey County Council says potholes being fixed
Surrey County Council says hundreds of potholes a day are being fixed.

In the first two months this year, 18,500 potholes were filled in – 4,500 more than the same period a year earlier.

Now the council has launched a major operation to step up tackling repairs on roads affected by the Christmas and February floods.

Nearly 30 repair squads – double the normal number – are currently working across Surrey in the four-week push.

The pothole action is part of a clear-up that will leave the council with a bill of at least 15 million pounds to fix Surrey’s roads and bridges.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

A signal failure at Clapham Junction is causing rush hour misery for commuters this afternoon.
The failure happened just after midday.

No London bound trains were able to call at Earlsfield or Vauxhall for over three hours.

All lines are open but with delays expected until 9 o’clock.

We’ll keep you fully updated in our travel bulletins throughout the evening, or on Twitter @Jackie_Travel
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 pm  

Are you under the impression that only residents in coastal towns make use of lifeboats?


Would it surprise you to know that the busiest RNLI station in the country is on the Thames at Tower, near Waterloo?

The charity is appealing for volunteers to stand at train stations as part of London Lifeboat Day on April the 29th and collect money.

The money raised will help pay for the RNLI’s lifesaving work including running the three lifeboat stations on the River Thames in London, which combined rescued 372 people last year and saved 25 lives.

Clapham Junction is one of the stations that is most in need of volunteers, as Alex Drury with the RNLI explains.



To volunteer, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:51 pm  

Fulham join up with Shooting Star Chase
Fulham’s crucial match against Norwich tomorrow is the club’s official charity match for the season.

It’s supporting Shooting Star Chase Children’s Hospice and Fulham FC Foundation.

There will be a number of initiatives in place throughout the day to raise awareness of the charity and raising funds.

They include the Fulham players warming up in Shooting Star Chase t-shirts and bucket collections at Craven Cottage.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 pm  

South Norwood Man Jailed For Theft
A 48 year old South Norwood man’s been jailed for six years after being convicted of a Christmas Eve burglary in Penge.

Police were alerted when 48-year-old Colin O’Brien was acting suspiciously while in possession of various items of property, including two pedal cycles and 5 mobiles.

He asked to borrow a passing member of the public’s phone to call a mini-cab, even offering the man £10 to drive him to South Norwood.

O'Brien has 40 convictions for 99 offences dating back to 1982 and was last sentenced to three years imprisonment for burglary in 2011.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:38 pm  

Chelsea find out Champions League opponent
Chelsea will play Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals of the Champions League.

The second leg will be at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois is on loan at Atletico, and UEFA have ruled he CAN play in the match.

Real Madrid face Bayern Munich in the other tie.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:40 am  

M25 - 'Smart'?
Final preparations are taking place for the M25 to become England’s first ‘smart’ motorway, improving journeys and boosting the economy.

Two sections will, for the first time on a motorway scheme in England, have the hard shoulder converted for use as a permanent traffic lane.

They will also use enhanced technology to manage traffic flow to improve the reliability of journey times.

The two sections are between junctions 5 and 6/7 on the Kent/Surrey border and between junctions 23 and 25 in Hertfordshire.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:44 am  

Kit Car Stolen From Walton
North Surrey Police are appealing for information after a kit car was stolen from Walton and found burnt out in West Molesey.

The distinctive silver replica of a Ferrari, was parked in New Zealand Avenue at around 6.30pm on Monday, 24th March.

Just under two hours later, the vehicle was found on fire near the residential garages in Fleetside and attended by the Surrey Fire and Rescue Service.

Police say the much-cherished car also had a large, loud exhaust so it's possible that someone may have heard it as it was driven off.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:34 am  

Strike At The Ritzy
Workers at the Ritzy in Brixton are going on strike this morning in a row over the living wage.

That's the figure considered the absolute minimum for someone to meet their basic costs.

Union members at the UK's busiest arthouse cinema say their hourly pay's 18 per cent below that.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 am  

Hampton and Richmond draw in Ryman League
In the Conference last night Woking lost 3-nil at home to Cambridge United.

The win for second placed Cambridge means Luton’s promotion to the Football League will have to wait a few more days.

Luton will win the title if they beat Braintree tomorrow.

In the Ryman League Hampton & Richmond drew 1-all with Hornchurch at the Beveree Stadium.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:50 am  

Police look for man who allegedly touched teen on train
British Transport Police have released CCTV images of a man they want to talk to in connection with offensive sexual behaviour on a train from Horsham station.

During the incident on Monday February 24th, on board the 5.05pm Horsham to London Victoria service, a 16-year-old girl was inappropriately touched by a man.

The teenager left the train at Dorking station.

It’s believed the man (pictured) stayed on the train until Clapham Junction.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:52 am  

Objections raised to recycling site in Walton
Officers at Surrey County Council have decided they won’t support an application to build a Waste Recycling and Recovery Park in Walton.

The proposed site in Lyon road would include the construction of a waste and demolition recycling area.

The decision was taken yesterday and a final ruling will be made by councillors at a Planning and Regulatory Committee meeting on April 23rd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 am  

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Serious Crash In Shepherds Bush

A pedestrian’s in a critical condition this evening after being hit by a police car on Shepherds Bush Green.

The 51 year old man was taken as a priority to the major trauma centre at St Mary's Hospital following the crash just after 11:15 this morning.

The victim suffered leg and head injuries when he was struck by the vehicle that was responding to an incident.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:47 pm  

Chelsea Manager Fined

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been fined 8-thousand pounds by the Football Association.

He's also been warned about his future behaviour after he was sent to the stands during last month's Premier League defeat at Aston Villa.

Mourinho has escaped punishment from UEFA, though, despite running down the touchline to celebrate with his players in Tuesday's dramatic Champions League win over Paris Saint-Germain.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:45 pm  

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Sad day for Chelsea businessman
One of the last truly independent shops in Chelsea’s most famous shopping district has been forced to close.

Crippling high rents are being blamed for the loss of King’s Road Sporting Club after 21 years.

The shop, which counts the Duchess of Cambridge among its customers, has had its rent raised by 50% to more than £700,000.

Save our Local Shops campaigners say it is proof the traditional high street is becoming a thing of the past.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:01 pm  

Political party created to save St Helier Hospital


Campaigners for keeping St Helier Hospital have announced they’ll have six prospective candidates running in the local elections next month.

They’ll be representing the Keep Our St Helier Hospital Party.

The candidates include a Consultant Radiologist at the hospital and a school governor.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:33 am  

Road repairs in Richmond continuing to soar
The figure awarded to Richmond Council for road repairs now stands at £1.6 million.

That’s the third highest of any London borough, and more the £400,000 on top of its current grant of £961,000.

The money, from central Government, will be used to repair potholes, and maintain pavements and carriageways.

Andrea Craig is a Conservative councillor in Lib Dem run Kingston; she says it’s hard to know why the same thing can’t be done there.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

Reward Offered For Information On A Crime In Epsom
Crimestoppers is offering a £3,000 reward for information leading to arrest and conviction, after a violent armed robbery in Epsom.

The criminal made off with the till drawer after the attack on Thursday the 6th February at the Vetry’s convenience store on East Street.

They fired the gun several times and a shop assistant was hit twice in the face – she required hospital treatment for her injuries.

The suspect is described as white, around 5ft 7inches tall and of slim to medium build – their face was covered in the robbery.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:28 am  

Embarrassment For Heathrow Security?
Heathrow Airport has been forced to defend its security - after a pair of students smuggled two large World War I artillery shells on to a plane and flew to the US.

Baggage screeners made the discovery when the teenagers landed in Chicago, prompting the evacuation of O’Hare International Airport by the FBI.

It’s believed the youngsters picked up the 75mm munitions as souvenirs while on a school trip to a former artillery range in France.

A spokeswoman for Heathrow said the shells were inert items that posed no threat.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 am  

Petition against Pay-out To Walton Schoolgirl's Murderer
The family of one of Levi Bellfield’s murder victims has signed a petition protesting against the compensation he’s been paid in prison.

45-year-old Bellfield took legal action after being attacked by a prisoner at Wakefield Prison in 2009, and was recently awarded £4,500.

He’s serving a whole-life sentence for three murders, including that of the 13-year-old Walton schoolgirl, Millie Dowler.

The petition against the pay-out urges Secretary of State for Justice (and Epsom and Ewell MP), Chris Grayling to "overturn the judge's ruling".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:23 am  

Charity musical evening for Epsom


A charity musical night has been organised in Epsom.

It’s happening later this month at Swail House.

The night includes Epsom band the Rusty Rovers, and is raising money for Future First.

Emily Dyson is behind the event, and explains what the charity is all about.



You can listen to our full interview with Emily here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Twickenham's Town Centre lowers its speed limit
The speed limit in Twickenham’s town centre has been lowered to 20mph as part of a major improvement scheme.

‘Twickenham rediscovered’ aims to revive the town centre by improving the quality of streets and reduce the negative impacts of traffic.

The new speed limit covers York Street, Richmond Road, London Road, King Street, Cross Deep and Heath Road.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Surrey saves its taxpayers over £100 million
Surrey council has saved its taxpayers over 100 million pounds in four years by striking better deals.

That sum would be enough to build a third of the school places the council needs to meet the demand from surging birth rates.

Renegotiating contracts with businesses, building firms and a joint purchasing scheme with East Sussex council generated the savings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 am  

Man assaulted on a tube at West Brompton station
A man has been left with severe bruising after an unprovoked attack on a tube heading eastbound at West Brompton station.

The 45 year old victim was hit with a metal pole by a group of Galatasaray football fans at around 11pm on Tuesday 18th March.

Investigators are looking for 11 men in connection with the incident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 am  

Vicious attack at Twickenham train station
Police are appealing for information after a 35 year old man was attacked at Twickenham train station.

Three men allegedly knocked the victim unconscious following an argument while exiting the station at 9pm on Saturday 15th March.

These CCTV images have been released of the trio and anyone with information is urged to contact the British transport police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Expansion of school in Richmond gaining pace
Richmond Council’s ten year expansion of Sheen Mount Primary School is gathering momentum.

The school in West Temple could take another step forward if proposals are approved by the Cabinet next week.

90 children could be offered a place in September, 30 more than currently with the new building.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

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Autism hub backed


A proposal for a former nursery site in Tolworth to be used as a new hub for autism services has been backed by over 1,000 people.

The plans would see the former Fairmead site host services for children and young adults up to the age of 25.

It’s received support from parents of children in Kingston with autism and the Leader of Kingston Council Liz Green.

There are over 300 families living with autism in the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

CPS to consider criminal charges after man died in custody in Brixton
The Crown Prosecution Service is to consider whether criminal charges should be brought against two arresting officers after a man died in custody in Brixton.

40 year old Sean Rigg who had schizophrenia, died at Brixton police station in August 2008.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission investigated evidence from Mr Rigg's inquest and has given its findings to the CPS.

Mr Rigg had been arrested in Balham after attacking a man.

An inquest into his death in 2012 heard that the arresting officers restrained Mr Rigg for several minutes on the ground and then took him to the police station.

It concluded that the officers had used "unsuitable force".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

London MEP among those behind canned hunting ban
Two Green MEPs have launched a bid to ban 'canned hunting', the practice of shooting captive lions and wildlife for trophies.

According to UK-based charity Lion Aid over 8,000 lions are bred in captivity for holiday makers to shoot in South Africa alone.

London based MEP Jean Lambert and South East MEP Keith Taylor have asked the European Commission to ban the importation of endangered animal trophies.

They hope these restrictions will discourage EU holiday makers from taking part.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Surbiton woman undergoing malaria challenge
Malaria remains a killer in worldwide despite only costing £1 to treat.

Tara Sherjan from Surbiton suffered with the disease after a trip to India and is preparing for a gruelling challenge to raise funds for Malaria No More UK.

For a cause close to her heart Tara will 'Live Below the Poverty Line' on a £1 a day for 5 days.

Funds raised will support Malaria No More UK's work saving lives in Africa as well as raising awareness in Britain.

Tara tells us more.



You can listen to our full interview with Tara here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:02 pm  

A disused World War II shell has caused a stir at Chertsey Museum


A bomb disposal squad had to carry out an emergency evacuation following fears it could still be “alive.”

The shell had been on display in a cabinet after being given to the museum by an elderly resident as a piece of wartime memorabilia.

It was only after the curator sent a photograph of the eight-inch metal case to a friend that workers realised the potential danger.

The shell has been removed from display.

Picture Chertsey Museum Facebook
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:19 pm  

Do you know someone who is the "heartbeat of the community?"


A new care home in Kingston is looking for the heartbeat of the community.

Coombe Hill Manor is in search of a special person who deserves recognition.

It can be anyone who you feel deserves to be recognised for their efforts in the community, young or old.

One of the home’s biggest characters in 94 year old Sheila.



To nominate before July the 31st, email [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Hammersmith MP brings up Maria Miller in PMQs
Maria Miller says she takes "full responsibility" for her decision to resign as Culture Secretary.

She claims the continuing controversy over her expenses was overshadowing the government's work.

Sajid Javid will replace her.

The topic was brought up by Hammersmith’s MP during Prime Minister’s question time in the Commons.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:24 pm  

Stolen dog returned in Sutton


A dog that’s reported to have been stolen from his home in Sutton during a burglary has now been returned to his family.

The jet black Yorkshire terrier named ‘Lucky’, was handed in to the Riverside Animal Centre in Beddington Park.

The dog was micro-chipped, meaning staff at the centre found his owners swiftly.

A 14-year-old boy has now been arrested on suspicion of burglary- he’s been bailed pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:57 am  

Festival not affected
The Boomtown Rats are still expected to play at this July’s Guilfest in Guildford’s Stoke Park.

It follows the sudden death of frontman Bob Geldof’s daughter Peaches on Monday.

Yesterday, the organisers of the festival offered their condolences to the Geldof family.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:33 am  

The UK is losing its buzz


We’re being asked to take action to save Britain’s honeybees.

Decline in the UK is among the worst in Europe. 29% of bee colonies died in the winter of 2012 to 2013.

Changes to climate and habitat, as well as the increased use of insecticides are being blamed.

Liz Knee, chairperson at Epsom BeeKeepers Association, explains how you can help them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:36 am  

South West London has more mortgage debt than Wales

Homeowners in south-west London have more mortgage debt than the whole of Wales.

That’s according to a new study by the Council of Mortgage Lenders released today.

The amount owed on properties in Chelsea, Balham and Fulham is 29.4 billion pounds, compared with 28.6 billion in Wales.

The SW11 6 postcode, covering areas of Battersea and Clapham Junction, had the most mortgage debt out of almost 11,000 surveyed.

House prices in some parts of South West London have risen by 30 percent in a year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:16 am  

Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Suspended sentence for Richmond benefit cheat
A woman from Richmond who fraudulently claimed over £70,000 in benefits has been handed a suspended sentence.

Samantha Buckley continued to claim benefits as a single mother despite living with her husband who was in full time work.

She pleaded guilty to all charges and was sentenced to 12 months custody, suspended for 2 years.

She will also have to do 240 hours of unpaid work and pay costs of £400.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:24 pm  

Police appeal for witnesses following fatal car crash in Feltham
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road accident in Feltham.

Officers were called to the Chertsey Road, close to the junction of Cadbury Road, at 1:30 on Sunday morning to reports of a car collision.

The fatality, a 22 year old man, was treated at the scene but died in hospital on Monday.

A number of people stopped to help at the scene and police are urging them to get in touch.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 pm  

Tooting Restoration

Plans to restore historic features in Tooting Common have been given the go ahead.

Wandsworth council’s park services have been awarded £273,000 for the task, after they struck a deal with the Heritage Lottery Fund.

It will go towards promoting biodiversity and restoring ancient habitats within the Common.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 pm  

West Ken Fire Rescue

A couple have been rescued from a fire in West Kensington.

The blaze at a take-away on the North End Road engulfed the flats above in smoke.

The pair were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:56 pm  

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:37 pm  

Advice for people running in Hounslow elections
Advice has been published for people wanting to run in local elections in Hounslow.

Candidates will have to submit their applications between the 14th and the 24th of April.

Forms and guidance can be found at Hounslow.gov.uk/nominationpapers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

Chelsea striker could be fit
Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o could be available for tonight’s Champions League quarter-final second leg against Paris- St Germain.

The 33-year-old has missed the past three matches with a hamstring injury but trained yesterday.

The Blues are looking to overturn a 3-1 deficit from the first leg.

PSG will be without striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who came off with a thigh injury in the first match.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Clifford trial update
TV entertainer Des O'Connor is defending the celebrity publicist Max Clifford as he stands trial for sexual offences.

The 82 year old told London's Southwark Crown Court he was 'charming' and always acted with 'integrity'.

Clifford, from Hersham, denies eleven counts of indecent assault against seven girls and women.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

Kingston Council gets Better Homes funding
The Mayor of London’s agreed to give Kingston council an extra 2 million pounds earlier than planned for its Better Homes scheme.

The project, which has been running since July 2012, has already seen over a thousand homes modernised.

Council tenants in the borough have benefited from improvements such as new windows, kitchens and heating.

The scheme is set to run until 2017.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

Sutton Council asking for clothes
Did you know Sutton Council collects 164 tonnes of unwanted clothes every year?

We are now being asked to donate them instead of chucking them.

Officials in the borough estimate £280,000 worth of used clothing and shoes can be saved from landfill.

Residents are being asked to take their unwanted outfits to textile banks across Sutton.

Money raised from their sale goes to the Mayor’s charity Sutton Mental Health Foundation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Cyclist named after fatal accident
Police are appealing for information after a fatal fail-to-stop collision in Clapham.

26-year-old cyclist Leon Richards was taken to hospital after the incident on Clapham Manor Street on Friday- he died the following day.

A BMW 5 series with black tinted windows was seen making off from the scene.

Anyone with information should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

Could gold dust cure your acne?
It may sound like the stuff of fairytales, but it seems gold dust might actually be the key to beating a very modern day problem.

Scientists say they have developed a treatment to help put an end to the agony of acne.

It involves coating the troublesome areas with gold nano - particles. As the pores are blasted with light, the gold dust penetrates them.

A harmless laser beam is then fired heating the particles to the point where they destroy the acne creating sebaceous glands.

Although it appears to work, consultant dermatologist at Hammersmith Hospital Dr Tony Chu has expressed concern.

He’s told the Daily Mail that destroying the glands could cause problems as we may need them for later life when our skin begins to dry out.

He fears this treatment could accelerate that process and give people irritable skin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:53 am  

Arrests made in connection with disappearance of 15 year old from Sutton 26 years ago
Detectives investigating the disappearance of 15-year-old Lee Boxell from Cheam, who went missing in Sutton 26 years ago, have this morning made four arrests.

Two men, a 78 year old and 52 year old, have been arrested on suspicion of murder, conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and indecency with children.

A 42-year-old woman and a 41-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and indecency with children.

The four have been taken into custody at central London police stations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:32 am  

New home for Michael Jackson statue
The infamous Michael Jackson statue that stood at Craven Cottage between 2009 and 2013 has found a new home.

It will be heading to Manchester to go on display in the National Football Museum after it was donated by Mohamed Al-Fayed.

It’s after a £20,000 bid from former Fulham manager Martin Jol to buy it was turned down, according to the Daily Mail.

The statue was taken down by Fulham chairman Shahid Khan after he bought the club from Al-Fayed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:48 am  

New sexual health website for Isleworth
A hospital in Isleworth has launched a new sexual health website.

West Middlesex University Hospital has redesigned its site so visitors can find what they’re looking for more quickly.

It’s also intended to provide easier access for those using portable devices.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Stabbing in Feltham

Officers were called to Feltham last night after reports a man had been stabbed.

It’s believed a 28 year old man suffered a neck injury at an address on Hanworth road.

He was taken to a central London hospital where he remains in a serious condition.

Two women aged 18 and 20, have been arrested in connection with the investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:18 am  

New York designer comes to Battersea


The architect responsible for New York’s famous Guggenheim Museum, has unveiled his plans for Battersea Power Stations flats.

Frank Gehry’s so called ‘falling over’ apartments include a titanium-clad building called The Flower, which will house 100 apartments.

Unveiled today, the designs form part of the third phase of the £8 billion Malaysian-backed riverside redevelopment.

The 85-year-old jointly won an international competition with Britain’s Lord Foster for the chance to design the 1,300 homes as well as a shopping high street.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 am  

Fatal collision in Clapham
Police are investigating a collision in Clapham where a car failed to stop and hit a cyclist.

The incident happened on Clapham Manor Street at around half ten in the morning last Friday.

A 26 year old man was taken to hospital where he later died.

The car was a black BMW 5 series with tinted windows.

Anyone with information should contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:08 am  

Monday, 7 April 2014

Child Images Found On PC's PC

A former Merton policeman has pleaded guilty to making indecent images of children.

Thirty seven year old Dominick Akinlade admitted the offences at Southwark Crown Court.

He’ll be sentenced at Southwark Crown Court on 19 May.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:48 pm  

Peaches Geldof has died at the age of 25


The daughter of Boomtown Rats singer Bob Geldof has died at the age of 25.

The mother-of-two, was found by police at her house in Wrotham, Kent, at 1.35pm today.

Kent Police said the death was 'sudden' and 'unexplained'.

The young mother, who grew up in Chelsea with her parents and sisters, leaves behind two young sons, Astala (23 months) and Phaedra (11 months).

Her mother Paula Yates died of a drugs overdose in 2000. Only yesterday, did she post the picture above of her and her mother, to her Twitter feed.

The 25 year old's husband Tom Cohen has released a statement saying he will bring up their two sons with their mother in their hearts everyday.

Her father, Bob, has said in a statement We are beyond pain. She was the wildest, funniest, cleverest, wittiest and the most bonkers of all of us. We loved her and will cherish her forever.

On the 5th of August 2008, Peaches married Max Drummey, an American musician from the band Chester French, at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas.

The couple announced on the 7th of February 2009 that they had amicably decided to end their marriage. Drummey filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences.

Geldof married Thomas Cohen, lead singer of the South East London band S.C.U.M on the 8th of September 2012 at the same church in Davington where her parents married 26 years earlier, and also where her mother's funeral was held in 2000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:10 pm  

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QPR defender 'gutted'
QPR’s Danny Simpson says he’s gutted after their loss to Bournemouth on Saturday.

The Championship side went down 2-1 at Dean Court- A result which saw Leicester City promoted to the Premier League.

The result leaves the R’s ten points off second-placed Burnley who occupy the final automatic promotion slot.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Restoration for Tooting Common
Plans to restore historic features in Tooting Common have been given the go ahead.

Wandsworth council’s park services have been awarded £273,000 for the task, after they struck a deal with the Heritage Lottery Fund.

It will go towards promoting biodiversity and restoring ancient habitats within the Common.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

£6m cost to collect litter on motorways – Bag and Bin it, Highways Agency asks road users


The litter blighting England's motorways costs at least £6m a year to collect and could fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool four times over, latest figures from the Highways Agency show.

The Agency collects more than 7,500 tonnes of litter from its roads each year, and is now urging motorists to help tackle the problem by bagging and binning their rubbish.

In February 2013, the Highways Agency collected 4,648 sacks of litter in and around the M25 area.

Litter thrown onto the nation’s highways can cause a safety hazard to other vehicles, while the task of clearing roadside rubbish puts workers at risk.

In the past year roadside finds include a 6ft tall statue of an Olympic mascot, pieces of furniture, a rocking horse and even a sailing mast – all of which could have caused serious accidents.

The Highways Agency has launched its annual "Bag it. Bin it!" campaign and is asking road users to help reduce the amount of litter on motorways and major A-roads, which can also threaten wildlife and block drains which can lead to flooding.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Hersham publicist described as decent man
Actress Pauline Quirke's been defending Max Clifford in court - saying he's a 'good, decent man'.

The Birds Of A Feather star has been giving evidence at Southwark Crown Court.

It's where the 70 year old from Hersham is on trial - he denies 11 charges of indecent assault against seven girls and women.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Business awards launched
One of London’s premier business groups in Hounslow has launched its Business Awards 2014.

The only awards recognising business success in the area will be organised by West London Business and its partners Chart Lane.

It will be only the second awards with the opportunity to showcase innovation and entrepreneurial character within the community.

Frank Wingate Chief Executive of West London Business tells Jackie what ingredients are needed for a winner.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 pm  

PM visits Clapham
Asda's planning to create 12-thousand new jobs over the next five years.

The announcement was made as Doug McMillon, chief executive of the supermarket's US parent company Walmart, showed the prime mininster around a store in Clapham.

David Cameron says the move will "give people financial security for the future".

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

Sutton arrests after drugs operation
Sutton police has arrested eight people after an anti-drugs operation.

Three of the eight arrested for drugs activities on the Benhill and Collingwood estates have been charged.

Officers were operating in plain clothes between 17th and 30th March in an attempt to identify suspects.

A total of 11 bags of cannabis and £850 of cash was seized during the operation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Pussy Cat Pussy Cat, where have you been?


An elderly cat has been reunited with her baffled owners at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home after the roaming moggy independently travelled over 70 miles from Colchester to the capital.

Eighteen year old Amy mysteriously arrived in London on Wednesday the 19th of March, after departing from her Colchester home earlier that day.

The mature moggy was brought to the world renowned animal charity by a member of public who found her on a university campus in Greenwich.

Her owners Jacqueline and Colin Bramble were stunned to receive a call from the London rescue centre after the black and white feline’s microchip provided Battersea with their details.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 pm  

Fulham midfielder happy to be back
Fulham midfielder Mahamadou Diarra says he’s happy to be back after 16 months on the sidelines.

The Mali international played 90 minutes as Fulham beat Aston Villa 2-1 at Villa Park to keep Premier League survival hopes alive.

He hadn’t played since December 2012 after suffering a knee injury.

He says it was emotional to be back, but he was most pleased by the Whites picking up a crucial 3 points.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

St Helier campaigners still uncertain over hospital's future
The future of St Helier Hospital remains uncertain after a banner promising redevelopment at the site was taken down.

That’s according to Keep Our St Helier Hospital campaigner Pippa Maslin.

The banner, in place since 2010 before its removal in February, said a 219-million pound investment was coming soon.

Maslin says its disappearance has left many people feeling betrayed.



To listen to our interview with Pippa and fellow campaigner Colin in full, click here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Maritime explorer from Kingston says Britain has technology to find missing plane
An Australian ship searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has detected signals consistent with transmissions from aircraft black boxes.
Officials say work continues to verify the pings picked up in the Indian ocean.

14 ships are involved in today's search - including HMS Echo from Britain.

Jock Wishart, a maritime explorer from Kingston, says it has the technology to find the plane.



If you'd like to hear more of what Jock has to say, click here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Man pleads guilty after speeding off from police in Sutton
A 25-year-old man from Croydon has pleaded guilty to dangerous driving after speeding off from police.

Rhys Cleary was in a Vauxhall Zafira in Chaucer Gardens in Sutton when he was approached by police on patrol.

He sped away and officers pursued him, with Cleary reaching speeds of 90mph before crashing into traffic lights.

He pleaded guilty to a number of other charges including having no insurance, and has been committed for sentencing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:51 am  

Properties in Hounslow used for flooding victims
The Ministry of Defence has helped people hit by flooding in Runnymede.

They’ve provided 30 properties in Hounslow for the borough’s flood victims.

The move comes after calls for help from Runnymede council.

It’s believed up to 80 households needed or still need temporary accommodation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Police appeal after Chertsey fight
Detectives are appealing for information following a fight in Chertsey.

It happened just after 9 this morning on Gogmore Lane.

The victim, a 33-year-old man, had been in his lorry which was parked on Riverdell Close when he was verbally abused by a member of a passing group of youths.

It’s been reported that the victim gave chase onto Gogmore Lane and following an altercation he was then physically assaulted.

The alleged offender is possibly around 16-18 years old, dark skinned, slim and quite short.

The victim was taken to hospital with injuries to his head and ear.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Historic Ealing pub forced to close
An historic pub in Ealing will be serving its last pint on Sunday April 20th.

The Ealing Park Tavern on South Ealing Road is to close in under two weeks.

The pub was built for the Royal Brewery in 1885 and was formerly the Penny Flyer and well known in the area.

However rising costs are believed to have taken their toll and the pub has been struggling.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:10 am  

Bahrain Grand Prix: A race to forget for Woking based McLaren
Mercedes continue to dominate the Formula One season.

Britain's Lewis Hamilton claimed his second Grand Prix win in a row in Bahrain.

His team-mate Nico Rosberg was second - which keeps him on top of the Drivers Championship.

The Woking based McLaren pair of Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen finished 17th and 18th respectively after both being forced to retire.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:37 am  

Councils awarded for working closer together
Kingston, Merton, Richmond and Sutton councils have jointly secured a Transformation Challenge Award.

The government scheme rewards local authorities for cutting duplication and building services around the needs of local people.

The four boroughs are working more closely together and sharing functions, such as legal services, to provide more effective services and cut costs.

The award is worth 485-thousand pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 am  

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Gamblers in Sutton are losing more than other SW London boroughs
More money was lost in Fixed odds Betting machines in Croydon than in any other South West London borough in 2013.

The stats come from a report by the, ‘Campaign for fairer gambling,’ and show that over £16.5 million was lost in the boroughs 266 machines.

However statistically gamblers in Sutton are loosing the most money with over £62,000 lost in each of the 118 machines.

Currently the terminals are legally able to accept a maximum £100 stake with just seconds between games.

Campaigners are calling for the maximum stake to be reduced to £2.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:34 am  

New jobs and homes for people in Shepherds Bush after regeneration plans are approved
Plans to expand the Westfield shopping complex in Shepherds Bush have been approved by the council.

It’s estimated that as well as shops, cafes, gardens, and leisure facilities the complex will include over 1,300 new homes.

Westfield expect to start building this year and have stores open for Christmas 2017.

The expansion is part of the Hammersmith and Fulham regeneration programme which will see more affordable homes built and expansion to school buildings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 am  

Oxford take on Cambridge in today's boat race


This afternoon University students will go head-to-head in the Oxford/Cambridge boat race.

The 4 mile race starts by Putney bridge at 17:55 and runs past Hammersmith and Barnes before the finish line in Chiswick.

Rowers who've competed in the past include actor Hugh Laurie, author and TV historian Dan Snow and Olympic gold medalist Matthew Pinsent.

Cambridge Rowing president Steve Dudek says winning would be 'euphoric', but he's sure it will be a close race.

Today is also the first #RNLIBoatrace.



250 model lifeboats will race along the tideway just upriver of the official Boat Race finish line in the RNLI’s Alternative Boat Race to raise funds for the charity.

Sponsorship to support a model lifeboat has now closed, but you can still watch the entire race via YouTube live stream from 3 o'clock.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

Marcus Gayle enjoying challenge of management
Wimbledon football club legend Marcus Gayle is finding his young managerial career challenging.

Gayle who made 236 appearances for the club is now the man in charge at Conference South team Staines Town.

The Swans are currently tenth in the division following yesterday’s 1-all draw with Ebsfleet.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:32 am  

Kingstonian maintain good form in Ryman League
In Conference football yesterday Woking won 2-nil at Hereford.

In the South divion Staines Town drew 1-all with Ebsfleet but Sutton lost 3-2 at Maidenhead.

In the Ryman League there were wins for Kingstonian and Met Police but Hampton & Richmond and Carshalton both lost.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 am  

UPDATE: Man found safe and well
Police are appealing for help in tracing an elderly man missing from Tadworth.

73-year-old Stefan Istevan Szabo was last seen at around 10.20 yesterday morning in the Walton-on-the-Hill area.

He was due to return by 4.30pm but failed to do so.

Stefan has connections to Sutton and it’s believed he may have travelled there.

He’s white, about 5 feet 4 inches tall, of large build, with a shaven head and tattoos down both arms.

He was wearing a navy blue top and jogging bottoms.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 am  

Fire in Walton leaves two with serious burns
Two men are being treated for serious burns at St. Georges Hospital in Tooting after a fire broke out a property in Walton yesterday evening.

Roads in the immediate area were closed after the incident at the Wellington Public House in Walton-on-Thames High Street just before 6 o’clock.
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