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Saturday, 28 June 2014

Biggest-ever school expansion in Surrey.

Twenty schools in Surrey will be expanded to create more places.

The plans, announced by Surrey County Council, mean nearly four thousand more places for children from September 2015.

It’s the same as the creation of nine brand new primary schools.

The schools county councillor said Surrey had experienced a big increase in demand.

It will be the biggest school expansion programme Surrey's ever seen and will cost with nearly three hundred and thirty three million pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:41 pm  

Upset at Wimbledon
Alize Cornet of France has caused the biggest shock at this year's Wimbledon.

She's beaten five-time champion and top seed Serena Williams in three sets, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4.

Cornet is shocked by what she's achieved.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Car hits scooter in Tolworth
A car has collided with a scooter in Tolworth today.

It happened at quarter to seven this evening, on Kingston Road, just outside Tolworth station.

The man driving the scooter suffered leg injuries, but they aren’t thought to be serious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 pm  

Bagshot rape investigation
A 19-year-old man’s been arrested following reports of a rape in Bagshot yesterday.

A woman in her 40s told police she was attacked around 3pm, after being approached when walking along a footpath near Esher Road.

The suspect is currently in custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 pm  

Demonstration in Chertsey today
A demonstration will be held in Chertsey today by people who say the authorities haven’t revealed the truth about the death of a seven-year-old boy.

Zane Gbangbola died in hospital in February during the floods and his father Kye remains paralysed from the waist down.

A post-mortem on Zane revealed the cause of death was carbon monoxide intoxication.

Protesters say they haven’t yet had an explanation as to how the gas was carried by floodwaters into Zane’s home.

They say they’re worried others may be at risk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 am  

A charity lorry run will take place between Croydon and Brighton today


25 Hydro Cleansing tankers will be taking the route down the Purley Way, the M23, A23 and on to Brighton sea front.

Staff at the Croydon based environmental service are giving up a day’s work in order to man the event.

All money raised will be split between Help for Heroes and Epilepsy Sucks UK.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:01 am  

Egham researcher studies cause of the Ice Age
New research shows the ice age 2.5 million years ago was caused by the joining of North and South America.

The report, co-authored by Dr Thomas Stevens from the Geography department at Royal Holloway University in Egham, says that when the Panama seaway was closed, the salinity of the Pacific Ocean changed.

This led to a change in wind patterns and intensified monsoons which provided moisture that turned into snowfall and the growth of ice sheets.

The researchers analysed wind blown dust the accumulated between 6 and 2.5 million years ago in north China.

From this they could reconstruct changing monsoon precipitation and temperature.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 am  

Mystery of Woking's moving cars
Police are investigating the baffling case of moving cars in Woking.

Over a four day period last week, 3 cars were moved to new locations.

One woman found her car blocking traffic in the middle of Robin Hood Road about 15 metres from where she parked it.

It had been locked and still had the handbrake on.

Nothing was taken from any of the vehicles.

Witnesses have reported seeing a red 4 by 4 in the area on one occasion and police are asking for anyone who saw a larger vehicle towing cars to contact them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 am  

Friday, 27 June 2014

Calls For West Byfleet 'Monstrosity' To Go

A West Byfleet councillor is claiming that the community wants Sheer House bulldozed.

Gary Elson says the building is a “monstrosity” that should never have been built.

It comes after new applications were submitted to redevelop the tallest building in West Byfleet.

If the applications go ahead – we will see 34 new flats being built.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:53 pm  

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London population rising
London’s population is now 8.4 million and is rising faster than any other part of the country.

This is because of high immigration and birth rate.

Figures show that most London boroughs saw more people move out than arrive from other parts of the country –except in Richmond and Sutton.

The office for National statistics said that the number of people living in the capital rose by 108,000 in the year to June 2013.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:56 pm  

Roche to take part in RideLondon-Surrey 100 Challenge
Tour de France winner Stephen Roche is to take part in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 Challenge.

Roche will be riding in the 100-mile sportive as part of Team SKODA in August.

The 54-year-old has 58 road tournament wins under his belt.

He’s one of only two cyclists ever to receive the Triple Crown of Cycling, by winning in the Tour de France, the Giro d’Italia and the World Road Race Championships, all in one year – 1987.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:55 pm  

Suspicious events in Sutton
Police in Sutton are reminding residents to call 999 immediately if they see anything suspicious following two recent offences.

One occurred in Carshalton, whilst the other happened in Worcester Park.

On both occasions the victims failed to call the emergency number after hearing noises.

In one of the incidents property was stolen, whilst in the other the suspects left empty handed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:53 pm  

Police in Sutton advise motorists
Police in Sutton are urging motorists to use anti-tamper screws following thefts of number plates.

The plates have been stolen from 12 vehicles in the borough in the last two weeks.

This is up by 5 more - compared to the previous two weeks.

With most offences happening overnight from Thursday through to Saturday.

They are then used for crimes such as driving off and not paying for fuel and to avoid tax and insurance.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 pm  

Teenager arrested in Sutton with knife
Police have arrested a 16 year old male after he was found with a knife in Reigate Avenue playing fields.

Two PCSO’s arrived to the scene yesterday - following reports of anti-social behaviour in the area.

The PCSO’s followed one of the youths who was running off and threw a bag over a barbed wire fence.

When the officers opened the bag they found a 10inch long bowie knife.

The boy has been bailed to return to Sutton Police station pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:37 pm  

Wandsworth Council receives pothole grant
Wandsworth council has received £164,000 from the Government to help repair potholes.

Over the past year the council has fixed more than 17,000 potholes and broken paving stones as part of a concerted blitz on road and footpath defects.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 pm  

Binge drinkers costing London £60m pounds
Binge drinkers are costing emergency services across London over £60 million every year.

In 2012/13, London Ambulance responded to 687 alcohol related calls in Kingston, costing more than 150-thousand pounds.

The London Assembly member for Kingston, Richmond and Hounslow has called on the government to double fines for drunkenness.

Tony Arbour says the cash raised could fund support and guidance for repeat offenders.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 pm  

Surrey Cricket League preview
It’s all set for another busy week of Surrey Cricket League action.

In the Premier League, top of the table Old Thorntonians take on bottom of the table Selsdon in Warlingham.

In Division One, Norwood Exiles hope to keep their 100% record in tact as they play St Lukes in New Malden.

The pick of the clashes in Division Two sees 2nd placed YRG Eagles play 3rd place London Gymkhana in Belmont.

Meanwhile, Division Three sees Ali return to action after their first defeat of the season when they face a Woking XI in Lower Morden.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Kingston schoolgirl in charity appeal
A local schoolgirl is appealing for people to join her in the Kingston Rotary Club Dragon Boat Race in aid of cancer research.

15-year-old Pippa Walker is hoping to raise money for the Teddington-based charity, “Beating Bowel Cancer.”

The Surbiton High School student wanted to do her bit for the cause, following her uncle’s recent diagnosis.

If you'd like to join her in raising funds, you should email Sherill.Hawker@beatingbowelcancer.org, or call 08450 719 300.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Man to face court over Brentford assault
A man who handed himself into police in connection with a serious assault in Brentford has been charged.

28-year-old Amish Kansagra has been charged with the attempted murder of a 35-year-old woman at a house in Brentford on June 22.

He’s also been charged with possession of a knife.

He’ll appear at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 am  

UPDATE: Absconders found
Police have now found two men who absconded from a secure hospital unit in Epsom.

The men, 36-year-old Jason Bratton and 46-year-old Neil Emery, had gone missing from the facility at Epsom General Hospital in Dorking Road at 10:45am on Wednesday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 am  

Thursday, 26 June 2014

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Paedophile from Coulsdon jailed
A paedophile from Coulsdon has been jailed after being caught in the act of downloading indecent images of children.

21 year old Aaron Honey has received a five-year sentence after officers discovered he’d targeted children across the world.

When police went to arrest him in July last year, officers walked through the door to find him downloading the pictures.

He pleaded guilty to 24 offences involving seven young victims at Guildford Crown Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

Savile accused of abusing dead bodies
Jimmy Savile is accused of abusing dead bodies in a Leeds hospital and taking photos of them.

An investigator says although the claims can't be verified now - controls around access to the mortuary in the 1980s were "lax".

Reports into his behaviour at 28 NHS trusts have been published.

Savile was denied access in the 70s when he attempted to enter a ward at Queen Mary’s Hospital for Children formerly at Carshalton Beeches.

Robust investigations have confirmed that a former nurse there refused him and three associates entry.

There’s no evidence to suggest he attended Queen Mary’s at any time thereafter.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Driver jailed after killing motorcylist in Hayes
A driver who collided with a motorcycle in Hayes killing the rider, has been jailed.

36 year old Eleuterio Da Silva-Dias a Portuguese national from Feltham pleaded guilty to causing death by careless driving while over the drink drive limit.

He also admitted aggravated taking and driving away.

He was jailed for seven years and four months for both offences with the sentences to run concurrently.

The victim was Krzysztof Dyagasiewicz, a Polish national, from Hounslow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Riether leaves Fulham
Fulham have sold defender Sascha Riether to German side SC Freiburg.

The 31-year-old right-back made 31 appearances for the Whites last season as they were relegated from the Premier League.

He spent two seasons at Craven Cottage, playing 72 games for the club
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:21 pm  

Jackie's Martin Fletcher's World Cup Report
Luis Suarez should find out later today if he'll be banned for appearing to bite an opponent at the World Cup.

An independent FIFA disciplinary panel is continuing to look into the Uruguay striker's clash with Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini.

Suarez's lawyer claims he’s the victim of a conspiracy from the English and Italian media to get him banned in revenge for their early exit from Brazil.

Jackie's Martin Fletcher is in Brazil.



You can listen to our full interview with Martin here. You can also find his blog here.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:42 pm  

Kingston is to come alive through dance


A brand new festival, Ignition, is coming to the borough next weekend (5th and 6th of July).

It’ll feature a number of different troupes and styles.

The culmination of the event will be a showcase at the Rose Theatre on July the 12th as part of the International Youth Arts Festival.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:50 am  

Protest at plans to decommission footbridge
Hundreds of people in St Margaret’s are up in arms at plans to decommission an existing footbridge.

They protested yesterday at the site of the footbridge over the A316 at St Margaret’s Roundabout.

Transport for London have said they plan to replace the bridge with a crossing on the road.

Lib Dem Councillor Alexander Ehmann says the plans ignore the safety of pedestrians.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:34 am  

Theft In Croydon
Police are looking for a man they wish to speak to in connection with the theft of an expensive watch from a jeweller’s in Croydon.

Two men made off with a Rolex wristwatch after they’d swapped it with a fake in the Surrey Street shop in January.

Officers have released images of 23-year-old Frederick Webb who’s thought to have links with Sutton, Banstead and Epsom.

A 26-year-old man has already been charged with aiding and abetting in connection with the theft.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 am  

Vast Majority Of London Homes Beyond Reach Of First-Time Buyers
Just 0.3% of homes in London are affordable for the average family looking to get on the property ladder.

That’s according to a survey for housing charity Shelter which states that in the South East generally just over 4% of houses can be bought by first time buyers.

That compares to 30% in the North West.

The chief executive of Shelter Campbell Robb, says the country is facing a housing "drought".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 am  

A Wandsworth Community Mentoring Scheme Is Launched
A Wandsworth Community Mentoring Scheme has been successfully launched for 16-25 year-olds.

The one-year project instigated by South West London and St George’s NHS Trust pairs each of 10 youngsters with a senior member of staff.

It’s so they can contribute to the community by swapping information to help tackle discrimination, and boost long-term job prospects.

21-year-old Zhara Bihi from Battersea’s joined the scheme, she’s an aspiring psychotherapist and wants to help end the social stigma of mental health problems.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:25 am  

Scratch And Sniff In London
Scratch and sniff cards loaded with the smell of cannabis are being handed out across London today.

It’s part of a campaign in England and Wales to help the public identify the smell and so be able to tell police if it’s being grown in their area.

Officers also want them to look out for houses with constantly covered windows and strong lighting – all potential signs of a cannabis farm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:44 am  

Emergency Hazards Exercise at Epsom Hospital


Staff at Epsom Hospital will take part in a large scale training exercise today.

It’s being held to test how well the hospital responds to an emergency where there is a chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear hazard.

Members of the team will be dressed in hazardous material suits and some temporary tents will be going up on the site.

Patients won’t be affected.

It's taking place between 7am and 11am.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:07 am  

Vandals in Kingston destroy 10th anniversary mosaic
A mosaic unveiled on the 10th anniversary of arts group - Fusion Arts has been damaged.

Artist Ann Bubis said she thought late-night passers-by had caused the damage

The installation, outside the group's headquarters in Eden Street, had been in place for just weeks before its demise.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 am  

Nick Clegg awards schools in London

Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg presented awards to two schools in London yesterday - for their outstanding work in helping disadvantaged children.

The Bridge AP Academy in Hammersmith and Fulham were joint runners up with the Latimer AP Academy in Kensington and Chelsea.

They were up for the national pupil premium award for Special Schools.

The Pupil Premium is a funding scheme to help disadvantaged kids catch up with their peers at school.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 am  

Great opportunity for aspiring choreographers in Kingston
Seven aspiring choreographers are to create new work for a dance showcase which will be produced by the BalletBoyz.

The performance is part of the International Youth Arts Festival at The Rose Theatre in Kingston.

The choreographers will each receive a £500 bursary and mentoring from the BalletBoyz and University of Roehampton's dance department.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:44 am  

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Top tips for summer pet safety from Battersea Dogs and Cats' Home


Top tips include;

1)While you enjoy the sun, provide plenty of shady spots for your pet as well as a constant supply of fresh drinking water. You could also consider providing your dog with a paddling pool to cool down in.

2)Animals can suffer from sunburn, particularly those with thin, pale or white fur. Use a pet-friendly sun cream on extremities, such as ear tips.

3)Dogs can burn their paws on hot pavements so walk them during the cooler times of the day. Also, take water with you and stop regularly so your dog can have a drink.

4) Gardens can contain lots of hidden dangers for pets including gardening tools, ponds, pesticides and fertilisers. Try to avoid letting your pet explore areas which may contain such items.

5) Try freezing your dog’s dinner into ice lollies by mixing their food with some water in a cup and putting it in the freezer for a couple of hours. Remove the cup before giving it to your dog.

6) At barbeques, do not give your pets meat which contains cooked bones and ask other people not to give them treats from their plates and make sure your dog does not eat chocolate, onions, grapes, raisins or garlic as they are poisonous to them and can have life-threatening consequences if eaten.

7) Keep an eye on your pet for any signs of heat exhaustion or sunstroke including excessive panting, drooling, convulsions, collapse and shock. If your pet shows any of these signs, get them out of the heat, shower them with cool (not cold) water, wrap them in wet towels and take them straight to the vet.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 pm  

Epsom's MP visits Date Palm Project


Justice Secretary Chris Grayling outlined the urgent need to bring down high reoffending rates through greater support for prison leavers earlier.

He paid a visit to the The Date Palm Project, which will work to rehabilitate offenders by mentoring them in the months before they leave custody, preparing them for life in the community.

On release they will be housed in an environment focused on their rehabilitation and resettlement, and given help into training, education or employment through businesses working with the scheme.

Currently almost 60% of those released from short prison sentences go back to crime within a year of release.

To tackle the problem, the Government is introducing crucial reforms that will see all offenders given at least 12 months’ supervision in the community.

There will also be a much greater role for private and voluntary organisations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 pm  

Epsom to lose engine?
It looks like Epsom will lose one of its two fire engines to Banstead in a few weeks time.

The Fire Brigade Union has made the suggestion.

It is proposing the vehicle and its firefighters could then be moved to a new site in a few years time, along with an ambulance crew.

The news comes amid proposals to redevelop a site in the Horseshoe in Banstead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 pm  

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Passengers won't be out of pocket when Putney Bridge shuts
Tfl chiefs have confirmed that passengers will not be out of pocket during the repairs of Putney Bridge.

From the 14th July the bridge will be closed for three months.

A shuttle service will be in place both ends. Passengers will then need to cross the bridge on foot to get another bus.

Those using an Oyster or contactless card won't be charged for their second bus.

But they will need a 'transfer voucher' from the driver or Tfl staff.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 pm  

Wimbledon groundsman says players will always slip on grass
The head groundsman at Wimbledon says players will always slip on grass - as they don't have long to adapt the surface.

It's only been just over two weeks since the clay court tennis season finished at the French Open.

There will be an extra week inbetween from next year to allow players a longer grass court campaign.

Neil Stubley says that'll help in the future.





Photo: Jonny Annable
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 pm  

Car salesman from Croydon apologises after abusive messages
A car salesman from a showroom in Croydon has apologised after sending abusive messages to a customer.

Natalie James had complained about Gary Brown’s conduct when buying a Corsa at Go Vauxhall.

That led to Brown not receiving his commission for selling the car.

A few months later, he spotted her on a mutual friend’s Facebook page, before sending her the messages.

Go Vauxhall has also apologised, saying they don’t condone that sort of behaviour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:45 pm  

Fulham sign German defender
Fulham have signed German defender Tim Hoogland on a one-year deal.

The 29-year old arrives after his contract at Schalke expired, and is the Whites’ third signing after relegation.

The right made 21 appearances for Schalke last season, and scored once, against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:48 am  

Man arrested after cycling on M25
A man from Ghana - whose visa to stay in the UK had run out - has been arrested after police caught him cycling on the M25.

The 44 year-old was stopped at Junction 13 (Staines), after cycling on the motorway from Junction 11 (Chertsey).

He's now in custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:36 am  

The Met Tackle The Problem Of Knife Crime In The Capital
The Met Police are running a large scale co-ordinated day of action targeting knife crime.

The latest Operation Big Wing involves nearly 6,000 officers from across London's 32 boroughs taking part in over 900 activities.

Events planned throughout the day include over 160 warrants, targeted stop and search, weapon sweeps and automated number plate recognition.

Tackling weapon-related violence is a priority for the Met as 43 per cent of the UK's knife related offences take place in the capital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 am  

Streatham MP subjected to online racist abuse
Streatham MP Chuka Umunna has been subjected to racist online abuse; after suggesting that many UKIP voters struggled to use the internet.

The Shadow Business Secretary said “a lot” of UKIP supporters were “disconnected” from the internet and were unable to send emails.

Following the comments UKIP launched an email campaign to help him understand why they backed the party.

However, the campaign was hijacked by racists who urged for the deportation of London born Umunna.

A spokesman for the Labour MP said although the abuse was “nasty” he was no longer surprised by it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 am  

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Man sought in connection with serious assault in Brentford
Police have launched an urgent appeal to find a man wanted in connection with a serious assault in Brentford.

Officers were called to an address at around 5:20pm on Sunday, where they found a 35 year old woman with serious injuries.

28 year old Amish Kansagra is being sought in relation to the attack.

He is described as Asian, 5 foot 9 inches tall, with short black hair and a goatee beard.

He sometimes wears glasses and was last seen in a checked shirt.

The woman is currently in a stable condition in hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:11 pm  

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Man wanted on recall to prison


Police officers seeking a man who is wanted on recall to prison are appealing for information as to his whereabouts.

20 year old Perry Wilson was released from prison in April.

He was serving a two-year-and-three-month sentence for actual bodily harm, namely assaulting a 40-year-old man in February 2013.

Under the conditions of his prison release licence, Wilson is required to reside at an address in Kew but he has not been seen since June the 13th.

He is wanted on recall to prison for breaking the conditions of his licence.

It is believed that he could still be in Kew or the wider Richmond borough. He also has strong connections to the Hammersmith and Fulham areas.

Wilson is considered violent. Members of public who see him are advised not to approach him but to call police immediately on 999.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:29 pm  

Tennis Update
British number one Heather Watson has eased into the second round of Wimbledon.

She's beaten Croatia's Ajla Tomljanovic in straight sets, 6-3, 6-2.

Watson is the third British player through to round two, following Andy Murray and Naomi Broady.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

Kingston's Ancient Market Place officially open for business

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The long awaited £3million Ancient Market Place has been officially reopened by the Deputy Mayor of London Kit Malthouse.

Work to renovate and transform the area has been lengthy and over-ran following an initial deadline of April the 13th.

Some non – food traders weren’t happy that they were being moved after 30 years in the market.



And some traders have been forced out completely due to increased costs.

But Mr Malthouse says the improvements are worth it, and spoke despite the fact he was risking offending residents and existing traders with his comments.



Mark Teasdale is the project manager.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 pm  

Carshalton man jailed
A man from Carshalton has been jailed for six months for breaking a window and possessing an offensive weapon.

33-year-old Keith Frew was sentenced after pleading guilty to both offences.

In May, Frew threw a stone breaking a living room window of a house in Wendling Road in Sutton.

CCTV caught him dropping a knife as he ran off, which was linked to him by forensic analysis.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

A man's put the biggest ever bet on Andy Murray winning Wimbledon
The anonymous gambler - who's Scottish but lives in London - has wagered £100,000 on Murray retaining his men's singles title.

If he does, he stands to win £450,000 pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

Tributes paid to Felix Dennis
Publisher Felix Dennis, who was born in Kingston, has died at the age of 67 after losing his battle against cancer.

The businessman was one of the founders of 1960s counter-culture magazine "Oz", which was caught up in a high-profile obscenity trial in 1971.

He went on to make a fortune through Dennis Publishing, the magazine stable behind Maxim and The Week.

A statement released by his office says the "publishing legend - will be greatly missed".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

Youth sentenced for the murder of Fico Dougan


A teenager who stabbed to death an innocent 17-year-old boy in a violent unprovoked attack has today been sentenced to 14 years’ in prison for murder.

Uriah Gardner, from Mitcham, stabbed 17-year-old Fico Dougan in the heart at an address in Croydon on Wednesday, the 25th of September 2013.

He was found guilty of Fico’s murder in May.

Gardner was in the lounge listening to music on his headphones when a short time later Fico arrived at the property to visit his girlfriend who was also there.

He joined the rest of the group in the lounge where they watched television.

Soon after Gardner got up and went into the kitchen where he took a large cooks knife and began stabbing Fico who was sat on the sofa watching television.

Fico’s girlfriend tried to shield him from the unprovoked and frantic attack.

A two-year-old girl who was also in the lounge witnessed the attack.

The emergency services were called but despite the best efforts of police officers and paramedics, Fico died from a stab wound to the heart.

He was pronounced dead at Croydon University Hospital a short time later.

Gardner left the property and returned to his home address in Mitcham.

The knife that killed Fico was found discarded in a drain close to where the attack took place.

Officers attended Gardner’s home address and found him trying to destroy evidence by burning his clothes in the back garden.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

Hacking Update
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson has been found guilty of phone hacking.

Rebekah Brooks has been cleared of all charges against her.

The case was brought following the revelation that Walton school girl Milly Dowler's phone had been hacked after she disappeared and was later found murdered.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:58 am  

England approaching end of World Cup journey
England play Costa Rica tonight in their last game of the World Cup.

Whatever the outcome, they know they can't get through to the last 16.

Frank Lampard will captain the team, with only Gary Cahill and Daniel Sturridge remaining from the loss against Uruguay.

Our correspondent in Brazil, Martin Fletcher gives us his verdict on England's departure.





To listen to our full chat with Martin, click here. You can follow Martin's blog here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:27 am  

MP For Carshalton Support's Charity's Drive To Eradicate Injustice
The MP for Carshalton and Wallington’s pledged to support Prostate Cancer UK in its drive to wipe out injustices faced by men who have it.

The charity’s launched a report outlining 5 key prejudices faced by men with or at risk of prostate cancer and calls for the government to take the disease seriously.

Around 200 men a year in Sutton are diagnosed with the illness every year and just under 50 die because of it.

Tom Brake says the cancer kills one man every hour but there are serious inequalities around public awareness and access to the best treatments.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:09 am  

Fulham make second signing of the summer
Fulham have signed Australian striker Adam Taggart from the Newcastle Jets.

The 21-year-old has signed a three-year contract until 2017.

He’s made seven appearances for Australia, scoring three times.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:36 am  

Arrests Made Following Assault In Dorking
Three men in their 20s have been arrested following an allegation of a serious sexual assault in Dorking.

A woman in her 20s was attacked in Meadowbank Park early on Sunday morning by a man she’d met earlier in the evening.

Police have made a number of enquiries and are not looking for anyone else in connection with the offence.

The men have all been released on bail until a date in September.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:18 am  

Animated Video of Crashing Jumbo Jet Wins Prize For Anti-Heathrow Campaign Competition
A video of a jumbo jet smashing into a street of houses entitled ‘Say No’, has won a prize in an ‘anti-Heathrow expansion’ film contest.

The YouTube animation by Kevin Jarin and Jacob Green came 2nd in The No Ifs No Buts Film Competition.

Richmond Park MP Zac Goldsmith staged the event in conjunction with anti-3rd runway campaign group HACAN Clearskies.

The £10,000 first prize went to a film called Heathrow Won't Listen which used aircraft noise to drown out the sounds of everyday life.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:13 am  

Kingston Market Place to reopen after months of work


The long awaited Ancient Market Place reopens in Kingston town centre today.

Deputy Mayor of London Kit Malthouse will be there to officially welcome traders back to their new spots.

He will also launch the Mayor's High Street Award - the London leg of the British High Street Awards.

Kingston’s historic Market Place has been in use since around 1170, with the earliest market on record taking place in the early 13th century and the council says the new look pays homage to its rich history.

Celebrations will start at 10am.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:12 am  

A school from Isleworth has been recognised with a National Award

A schoolgirl from Isleworth who cares for her brain-damaged sister has been recognised with a national award.

13 year old Cheyenne McLaughlin helps look after 6 year old Caitlin - who suffered a stroke in the womb.

She has been presented with the Stroke Association Life After Stroke Award.

About 150,000 people in the UK suffer a stroke every year including around 400 children and babies.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:40 am  

Monday, 23 June 2014

Missing Man In Kingston?

Merseyside Police is appealing for the public's help in tracing a missing man.

Seventy five year old Trevor Haskayne was last seen at home on Saturday.

He has family in Kingston and it’s thought he may have caught a train down to South West London.



Trevor is white, 5ft 7, slim with grey hair and a tan. He has a navy blue case with brown handles and a wristwatch with a snakeskin strap.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:03 pm  

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Vote for Battersea to receive £50,000 grant


As part of its kennel enrichment programme, the centres in Battersea and Old Windsor provide residents with a range of different sounds and smells to keep their minds active.

But, Battersea says it desperately needs to upgrade its sound system.

With the building work at the London centre to rebuild the oldest kennels well underway, the centre criss-crossed with some of the capital’s main train lines, and busy flight paths surrounding it, and it now needs to do all it can to provide a positive, relaxing and mentally stimulating environment for the dogs.

Voting is open until Friday, on the Support Adoption for Pets Facebook page – just scroll right through the selection to find the Battersea video at the bottom and cast your vote for Battersea.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:49 pm  

UPDATE: Wimbledon
Andy Murray's had a straightforward start to his Wimbledon title defence.

He beat Belgium's David Goffin 6-1 6-4 7-5 on Centre Court to make round two.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:18 pm  

UPDATE: Wimbledon 14.55
Andy Murray is well on his way to opening up his Wimbledon men's singles title defence with a win.

He's two sets up against Belgium's David Goffin.

Two British players have already gone out.

Johanna Konta was beaten by Shuai Peng of China, while James Ward fell to 17th seed Mikhail Youzhny.

Seeded players Sam Stosur, Sloane Stephens and Fernando Verdasco, a quarter-finalist last year, are out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

UPDATE: Cricket 14.55
Sri Lanka are continuing to build their lead in the second test with England - moving on to 362 for 7 in their second innings, 254 runs ahead.

Captain Angelo Matthews is 115 not out, his second century of the series.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

Queen due to officially open T2


The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are to officially unveil the new Heathrow terminal 2 before flying to Belfast later for the start of a three day visit.

The £2.5 billion Queen's Terminal, named in honour of Her Majesty, will be unveiled this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

Fire deaths in the Capital during delay
The majority of fire deaths in the Capital happen when there’s a delay in people dialling 999.

That’s according to Fire Facts - a new series of reports by the London Fire Brigade.

They reveal 70% of deaths in London fires last year, occurred where a call for help was not made until 10 minutes or more after the blaze started.

The Brigade’s calling on everyone to check they have a working smoke alarm on at least each level of their home and to get into the habit of testing them regularly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:42 pm  

Staff step into patients' shoes


Staff at Epsom and St Helier Hospitals, are putting on an “old age” suit to help them learn how to care for elderly patients.

The outfit mimics the physical effects of ageing, and gives the wearer an idea of the difficulties older people face on a daily basis.

Weights on the legs and arms simulate the feeling of stiff and swollen joints, while a back brace restricts the spine and goggles imitate eye problems.

Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS trust is one of the first to use the suit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:24 pm  

New research proves surprising
Schoolchildren from disadvantaged backgrounds in London are getting better academic results than pupils in the rest of England.

That’s according to The Institute for Fiscal Studies research.

It says this is partly down to the differences in the mix of pupils attending London's schools compared with other areas of the country.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:05 pm  

Memoir published
A mental health nurse has published a memoir about her deaf and schizophrenic brother.

Sylvia Kenneth's brother Philip died aged only 40 after 25 years battling drugs and schizophrenia.

The first time author was angry with her brother for years and wanted to explore and understand what had happened to her family.

Along with her family, friends and colleagues Ms Kenneth celebrated the launch of her book in Tooting on Friday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:01 pm  

Epsom Hospital Staff Put On 'Old-Age' Suit
Staff at Epsom and St Helier Hospitals, are putting on an “old age” suit to help them learn how to care for elderly patients.

The outfit mimics the physical effects of ageing, and gives the wearer an idea of the difficulties older people face on a daily basis.

Weights on the legs and arms simulate the feeling of stiff and swollen joints, while a back brace restricts the spine and goggles imitate eye problems.

Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS trust is one of the first to use the suit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm  

Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society Supports Seafarers’ Awareness Week


To mark national Seafarers Awareness Week, the Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society is asking member of the community to join an afternoon of maritime themed fun at its Banstead home including a sea shanty sing-along, a tour of the facilities and the home’s specialist dementia annexe and the chance to talk nautical memories with residents.

The charity, which will celebrate its 150th anniversary next year, is inviting people to attend the event on Wednesday between 2pm and 4pm.

Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Surrey, Mrs Susan Lochner JP DL will also be in attendance to mark the occasion.

Children from the choir at local school, Woodmansterne Primary School will be visiting residents during the afternoon and taking part in a sing-along with the residents.

Residents will be on hand to share their nautical tales with the children and local residents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

Wimbledon Grass Also Needs Preparation For The Tournament
As the Wimbledon Championships get under way, it’s not just the tennis players who have been working hard all year to get prepared.

Head groundsman at the All England Club, Neil Stubley and his team, have been preparing the grass-court surfaces in a ‘year-round’ operation.

It’s Stubley's 20th year at the club and he says the tournament can be an anxious time as the world's eyes fall on the famous green courts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:34 am  

London Fire Brigade Releases Report
The majority of fire deaths in the capital happen when there’s a delay in people dialling 999.

That’s according to Fire Facts - a new series of reports by the London Fire Brigade.

They reveal 70% of deaths in London fires last year, occurred where a call for help was not made until 10 minutes or more after the blaze started.

The Brigade’s calling on everyone to check they have a working smoke alarm on at least each level of their home and to get into the habit of testing them regularly.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:22 am  

One Of The 'Guildford Four' Dies
Gerry Conlon, who was wrongly convicted of the 1974 Guildford IRA pub bombing, has died aged 60 after an illness.

He was one of the Guildford Four, who spent 15 years in prison before their convictions were quashed in 1989.

They had been jailed for life after the attack on the Horse and Groom pub which killed four soldiers and a civilian, and injured scores more.

The perpetrators of the bomb attack have never been brought to justice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:23 am  

Amazon Creates A Collection Point In Woking
Amazon customers will be able to pick-up their parcels from Woking Railway station under a deal struck with a new click-and-collect firm.

Doddle is a joint venture between Network Rail and Lloyd Dorfman, who made his fortune from the Travelex currency exchange business.

After a successful pilot operation at Milton Keynes, the shop in Woking and several stations in and around London will open in September.

The joint partners are investing £24m in the scheme and hope to expand the business to 300 stations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Surrey Cricket League weekend summary
Old Thorntonians maintained their lead on top of the Surrey Cricket League’s Premier Division following their 6 wickets win over Clapham Old Xaverians on the weekend.

Final scores: Clapham 185, Old Thorntonians 186 for 4.

Hamilton leads in Division One after their 6 wickets win over St Lukes.

They’ve played a game more than unbeaten Norwood Exiles.

Burgh Heath, Ottershaw and Hamm Moor, London Welsh and Spelthorne all won in Division Two.

In Division Three Ali suffered their first loss of the season going down by 2 runs to Ploughmans.

Park Hill and Woking Eleven were also among the winners.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Crossrail Highlights Gender Gap In Engineering
The gender gap in engineering urgently needs to be addressed as the industry is struggling to attract female engineers.

That’s according to Crossrail, who’ve said just 8.5% of engineers in the UK were women - the lowest in any European country.

They added the UK needs to double the number of annual university engineering graduates to meet the demand of one million jobs by 2020.

Crossrail is the nearly £15 billion rail scheme to connect Reading and Heathrow to Shenfield and Abbey Wood.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:44 am  

Simplified Refunds For London Tube
London Underground has simplified the process for customers seeking a refund if their train is late.

Passengers now just have to enter the details of their delayed train online, whereas before they had to provide all their personal and Oyster card details.

Refunds will be given for Tube and DLR trains which are late by 15 minutes or more and for overground trains that are 30 minutes late.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 am  

Mclaren's Magnussen makes top10 in Austria
Britain's Lewis Hamilton is now 29 points off the leader of the Formula One world championship.

The Mercedes driver came from 9th on the grid to finish second in the Austrian Grand Prix behind team-mate Nico Rosberg, who remains top of the standings.

Woking based McLaren’s Kevin Magnessen made the top ten, finishing 7th.

Team-mate Jenson Button was 11th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 am  

Sunday, 22 June 2014

Woking's McLaren comes in 11th at Austrian Grand Prix


Woking’s Jenson Button has finished eleventh for McLaren in the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix.

The race was won by Mercedes Nico Rosberg.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 pm  

Runnymede MP announces new vehicle for Navy

Runnymede MP Philip Hammond has announced the first flight of a new unmanned vehicle by the Royal Navy.

Mr Hammond who is Defence Secretary said the ScanEagle took off from HMS Somerset in the Gulf.

The unarmed drone will be used for real-time intelligence-gathering and reconnaissance.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:16 pm  

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