Radio Jackie News banner

107.8 Radio Jackie - Bulletins aired each hour



Saturday, 25 April 2015

Award for Woking building

Buildings in Sussex, Surrey and Kent have been recognised by the Royal Institute of British Architects.

The World Wildlife Foundation's UK headquarters, in Woking has won an award for its sustainability.

Winners included the shell-shaped bandstand in Littlehampton and the Kino Cinema in Rye.

RIBA regional director James Robinson said there has been a "fantastically high standard" of entries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

Kingston Open Learning celebrates 21 years of service
An education centre in Kingston is celebrating 21 years of service to the community this month.

Council leaders attended a ceremony with tutors and governors from Kingston Adult Education’s Open Learning Programme.

The programme provides free functional skills and GCSE courses in Maths and English for adults in the community.

Registration for free courses beginning in September is available now.

For further information and to register contact the Open Learning Centre on 020 8547 6436.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 pm  

Man from Southfields found guilty of the manslaughter of his landlady
A man from Southfields has been detained indefinitely following the death of his landlady.

34-year-old Felix Gutierrez-Cortez of Windlesham Grove was found guilty of the manslaughter of 61-year-old Anna Maria Thomas yesterday.

Gutierrez-Cortez initially claimed he’d found Anna Maria dead when he returned home on 10th December 2013.

He later claimed she regularly became unconscious during meditation.

He received an indeterminate sentence in a secure facility under Section 41 of the Mental Health Act.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 am  

SW London rugby preview
In rugby union, eighth-placed Harlequins travel to seventh-placed Sale Sharks in the Premiership today.

Quins know a win is imperative if they're to stand any chance of catching Wasps, who sit in the league's final Champions Cup spot in sixth.

In the Championship, London Scottish know they'll remain in third regardless of their result at Rotherham Titans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

SW London football preview
QPR could move out of the Premier League relegation zone today.

The Rs, who are currently two points from safety, are at home to West Ham.

Meanwhile Crystal Palace could move into the top half of the table if they beat Hull.

In the Championship, Brentford need a win at Reading to realistically keep their playoff hopes alive – while Fulham face promotion chasing Middlesbrough.

And in League Two, AFC Wimbledon have a tough away match at fifth-placed Bury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Friday, 24 April 2015

Spate of fires reported across Surrey
Police are appealing for information following a spate of fires across the county over the past week.

Working closely with Surrey fire and rescue, officers are investigating a number of supposedly deliberate fires, including one in Ash hill Road on Tuesday.

Another was reported on Ashtead Common, off Kingston Road, in Leatherhead which broke out shortly after midnight on Monday.

No injuries were reported but Surrey’s countryside has been badly damaged.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:16 pm  

The latest report of the week in our election series.
We’re in Kingston and Surbiton for the latest report in our series of Election reports:

Emily Jephcott is exploring the issue of a so called “mansion tax”:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:45 pm  

A woman from Fulham is running the Marathon for a good cause
A woman from Fulham is warming up for her big race.

Jess Byrne is one of thousands of runners taking part in the London Marathon on Sunday.

She tackling the 26.2 mile course raising funds for the Putney Samaritans.

Jess who’s a volunteer worker explains why the service is so important, particularly for younger people.



If you would like to sponsor Jess go to uk.virginmoneygiving.com/jessrunninglondon

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:08 pm  

London Fire Brigade issues warning after fire in Streatham


Two people were taken to hospital after a fire at a house on Aldrington Road in Streatham on Monday morning that's believed to have been caused by an unattended candle.

The man and woman were taken to hospital by the London Ambulance Service suffering from burns and smoke inhalation and discharged the same day.

Firefighters evacuated residents living in neighbouring properties as a precaution.

The fire affected a terraced house of three floors. Half of the first floor, the whole of the second floor and part of the roof were damaged in the blaze.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:31 pm  

An Old Bailey jury has given a verdict of not guilty to a man accused of murder after a fight in Thornton Heath
The Jury had to decide whether 27 year old Jordan Glasgow stabbed Adrian Young deliberately or was fighting for his life.

24 year old Adrian who was known as Andre died two hours after being knifed in the fight in August last year.

The court how Mr Glasgow tried to run away but didn't get very far, and had to defend himself as he was being stabbed repeatedly with a bread knife.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:59 am  

Hounslow Police Offer Reward
A £40,000 reward was offered on crimewatch last night to help solve a 40 year old murder of a Hounslow woman.

The murders of Lynne Weedon in Hounslow and Eve Stratford in Leyton remain unsolved despite extensive enquiries.

The reward is for any information leading to the identification, arrest and prosecution of the person or people responsible for the killings.

The murders were linked in July, 2006, after advances in technology determined the same DNA had been found on both victims.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:51 am  

Sutton Officers Call For Witnesses
Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a motorcyclist was killed in a collision in Sutton yesterday.

Officers were called just before 7 last night to reports of a crash between a van and motorbike on the Belmont Rise.

Police and an Air Ambulance rapid response car were called.

The motorbike rider was pronounced dead at the scene and is believed to be in his 30s.

Next of kin have been informed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:40 am  

Staines motorist loses job after Twitter boast
A motorist from Staines has lost her job after boasting on Twitter that she didn't stop after hitting a cyclist on her way to work.

The woman named as Francesca Jones online, told friends last month how she had knocked over a man with her wing mirror, but didn’t stop 'because he got up'.

After a campaign by cyclists on the website she handed herself in to Staines police station.

She’s been warned but is not being prosecuted as no cyclist has yet come forward.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:35 am  

Kingston residents to get help with energy bills
People in Kingston who use foodbanks are to start getting help towards their gas and electricity bills.

Energy company Npower will give them credits worth 49-pounds as part of a three-month trial.

The scheme’s also being tested in Durham and Gloucester and only pre-paid meter customers can qualify.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 am  

Hammersmith flyover closure cancelled
A planned closure of Hammersmith flyover scheduled for this weekend has been cancelled.

Transport for London said refurbishment work is ahead of schedule meaning the westbound closure from today to Monday was no longer necessary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 am  

Thursday, 23 April 2015

The Jackie News Pod


Radio Jackie's 15 minute podcast of all the day's news for South West London and North Surrey is now online.
It's updated weekday evenings from 7pm.
Simply click here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 pm  

Tolworth Broadway being dug up less than two years after it was "revitalised"


Barely a year since works estimated to have cost £3 million were finished on Tolworth Broadway – the new Greenway is being redeveloped again.

Following the completion of the Tolworth Greenway, a number of reviews were undertaken to see if any changes were required.

A review focused on the needs of disabled users identified two separate serious concerns.

The first was the angle of the inset parking bays which cause particular problems for physically disabled users, whilst the second issue was the absence of any kerb separating the parking area from the pavement which is problematic for blind and partially sighted users.

It was therefore decided that work should be undertaken to re-level these bay by lowering them at the back and providing a kerb.

Advance warning letters were sent out to residents/businesses affected on the 24th of March advising them of the works, which have been causing traffic delays.

The works were programmed to be completed by the 8th of May, but they should now be completed by the 30th of April - a week earlier than originally planned.

It's not clear if the trees, which were planted last year and have since died, will be replaced.

Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest travel, or follow us on Twitter @Jackie_Travel

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:58 pm  

Kingston Pensioner Arrested
A 73-year-old woman from Kingston has been arrested on suspicion of running a brothel in Reading.

The pensioner was arrested in a home raid by Thames valley police yesterday.

Another woman was also arrested and handed over to the UK Border Agency.

The 73-year-old has been bailed until June 14th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

1975 murders of Eve Stratford and Lynne Weedon to feature on Crimewatch
The 1975 linked murders of Eve Stratford and Lynne Weedon are to feature on BBC Crimewatch tonight, 40 years after their brutal deaths.

The murders of Eve in Leyton and Lynne in Hounslow remain unsolved despite extensive enquiries but officers hope the passage of time may now encourage someone to come forward with information.

The murders were linked in July 2006 after a review and advances in technology determined that the same DNA had been found on both victims.

The programme will be broadcast at 9pm on BBC1.

To see part of the appeal, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:33 pm  

A youth who mugged a lone woman in Isleworth, while he was subject to a rehabilitation order and curfew, has been jailed for three years


18 year old Maurice Lennon approached the victim from behind as she walked home in Sidmouth Avenue on the 19th of March and punched her in the head.

He went on to hit the 50-year-old woman two more times before wrestling her handbag from her and running off.

Lennon was captured on CCTV cameras in the area and was arrested at his home in Hounslow.

At the time of the robbery Lennon was on a night-time curfew which started at 9pm until 7am.

On the night of the 19th of March, the monitoring equipment showed that Lennon had breached his curfew by arriving home 11 minutes late.

When Lennon’s phone was analysed officers found he had he had made a call to a local cab company requesting a taxi.

This call was made about four minutes after the robbery from Moreton Avenue where the handbag was later found.

Whilst talking on the phone to order a taxi Lennon is heard clearly out of breath.

This is the call he made.



It was apparent to the investigating officers that he was trying to get away from the area as quickly as possible and return home before breaching his curfew.

Lennon was subsequently charged with robbery on the 4th of April and remanded to Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court the following day.

He finally pleaded guilty to robbery at Isleworth Crown Court on Monday, the 9th of February.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

Man found not guilty of murder after fight in Thornton Heath
An Old Bailey jury has given a verdict of not guilty to a man accused of murder after a fight in Thornton Heath.

They had to decide whether 27 year old Jordan Glasgow stabbed Adrian Young deliberately or was fighting for his life.

24 year old Adrian who was known as Andre died two hours after being knifed in the fight in August last year.

The court how Mr Glasgow tried to run away but didn't get very far, and had to defend himself as he was being stabbed repeatedly with a bread knife.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:18 pm  

Woman falls down sinkhole in Fulham
A woman's been taken to hospital after disappearing through a hole in the ground with a shopping trolley in Fulham.

Local stall holders say the area in North End Road had been blocked off with tables and chairs to stop people walking over it.

Photos of the sinkhole were posted on Twitter shortly after it caved in at around 9 o'clock this morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:55 am  

Arrest after man has hand slashed in Wimbledon robbery
A man has had his hand slashed in a robbery in Wimbledon.

Police were called to reports that man had been robbed in Alexandra Road at 6.15 yesterday evening.

They found a 22-year-old suffering from slash wounds to his hand – he was taken to hospital by ambulance and has since been discharged.

A 21-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of robbery.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:29 am  

Motorcyclist hospitalised with potentially life changing injuries
A motorcyclist has been hospitalised with potentially life changing injuries after a collision in Esher.

It happened at the junction of Portsmouth Road and Station Road at around 8.35 this morning.

The man riding the motorbike has been taken to St George's Hospital in Tooting with serious injuries after the collision with a Ford Focus car.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Wandsworth Police live tweeting
Wandsworth Police is shedding light on what goes on in a standard day for its force today.

It's doing their second live tweetathon – putting details of all the calls it receives in the 12 hours from 10 in the morning on social media.

You can keep up to date with it by searching the hashtag #MPSWandsworthLive' on the social network.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:52 am  

Samoan international to joins Quins next season
Harlequins have announced that Samoan international Winston Stanley will join the Twickenham club from next season.

The 26-year-old centre will arrive from the Highlanders in New Zealand.

Quins Director of Rugby Conor O'Shea says Stanley is a 'classic case of a player who does the simple things well'.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:50 am  

Police ask where is the money pocketed by so-called "Hound of Hounslow"?
The hunt is on for the £26 million allegedly pocketed by a rogue financial trader from Hounslow accused of triggering a Wall Street crash.

36 year old Navinder Singh Sarao was warned at Westminster Magistrates' Court yesterday that he faces a 380-year prison sentence in the United States.

Sarao allegedly masterminded – from his home computer – the 'Flash Crash' of 2010 in which almost a trillion dollars was wiped from global share prices.

The 'Hound of Hounslow' as he’s now been dubbed, said the FBI's fraud allegations were 'a bolt from the blue'.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 am  

Lambs killed in horrific attack in Bedfont


Hounslow police are appealing for information after two new-born lambs were killed in what’s been described as a "despicable" attack.

The lambs, which were less than a day old, were beaten to death in Bedfont Lakes Country Park sometime after late afternoon on Friday the 10th April.



Officers are looking for three youths around 16 to 18 seen in the area at the time.

They’re described as white and of average height; one had scruffy ginger hair; two had short brown hair and one had a noticeable gap between in his front teeth.

PC Jody Whitehouse, the investigating officer, said:

I am appealing for any information to this despicable act which has not only caused distress to the owner but also to members of public who use the park and see the sheep on a daily basis.

I am also appealing to the three males to contact us, or anyone who recognises them from the descriptions to contact us, so we can speak to them regarding this incident.


Anyone who recognises the three males or who has any information about the incident can contact PC Whitehouse at Feltham Police Station via 101.

Anyone who wishes to remain anonymous can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via crimestoppers-uk.org.

Lamb pictured was not lamb killed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

Kingston council faces the first case of it's kind in the UK
Kingston council is being sued for failing to ensure a polling station was accessible to people with disabilities.

In the first case of its kind in the UK, Adam Lotun, a wheelchair user, claims his human rights were breached.

Mr Lotun had attempted to vote at last year's European and local elections when he discovered he was unable to get into the polling station at the Sunray Community Centre in Tolworth - despite signs stating it had disabled access.

Kingston Council says work is under way to ensure its polling station is fully accessible for the general election.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:07 am  

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Kingston Police Go Beyond Call Of Duty
A woman who’s been living in extreme condition for over 6 months has been helped to get back on her feet by Kingston police officers.

The distressed woman walked into her GP surgery and told them her partner had died.

PC Jemma Lyons and PC Andrew Stone were sent to investigate and discovered the woman had been living in terrible conditions.



The officers have helped tidy the home and arrange for British gas to clear her £300 debt.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:25 pm  

Investigation Underway After Body Found In Woking
The body of a man believed to be in his 30s has been found in Woking.

Surrey Police were called to Horsell Moor just before 11 this morning.

An investigation is underway to determine the circumstances of the death.

Emergency services are currently at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:19 pm  

Today marks the third of our election reports focussing on Richmond Park constituency.
In this edition, Lucy Mayer grills the candidates on their plans for the NHS.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

Cancer Wandsworth

New research suggests that Wandsworth NHS is one of the worst in England for diagnosing bowel cancer.

Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning group is just one of the CCG's revealed with only 30% of patients are being diagnosed early.

Bowel Cancer is the UK's second biggest killer with survival rates as low as 7% if not caught quickly.

Chief executive of Beating Bowel Cancer Mark Flannagan believes its important to improve the screening and raise awareness of the symptoms.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:26 pm  

Elderly residents rescued from fire at care home in Cheam
14 elderly residents have been rescued from a fire at a residential care home in The Avenue in Cheam.

The blaze broke out at 2.12am.

Emergency crews arrived to find fire officers hosing the blazing roof at the Abbey Cheam Care Centre whilst other fire officers evacuated the five residents on the first floor.

Police officers immediately entered the building and lifted nine residents from their beds on the ground floor - removing drips and catheters to do so.

They carried them outside the building to safety.

A resident in The Avenue volunteered to open his door to accept residents from the privately run care home until transportation could be arranged with Sutton Council to take the residents to the company’s homes in Wallington and Banstead.

The last residents, who were aged in the 70s and 80s, had been transported to safe accommodation. Three members of staff were also evacuated safely.

At one time, six fire engines and other support appliances were on the scene. Police in Sutton called in support from officers in two nearby boroughs - Wimbledon and Kingston.

Police are not treating the fire as suspicious
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 pm  

Police have arrested a man and woman following a drugs raid at an address in Morden
Officers found around 20 suspected cannabis plants growing in a tent in a back bedroom at a property in Halesowen Road.

A 34 year old man and 31 year old woman were arrested on suspicion of drugs related offences and have been bailed to the end of May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 pm  

Conman from Epsom jailed
A conman from Epsom who sold pirated versions of DVDs imported from China on websites such as eBay and Play has been ordered to repay almost £500,000.

61 year old Trevor Pegg was jailed for three years in January after being convicted on 13 counts – including importing and supplying counterfeit goods and money laundering.

It followed a prosecution brought by Trading Standards in Surrey.

Pegg returned to Court for a Proceeds of Crime Act hearing to reclaim cash from his available assets, which include two mortgage-free homes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:28 pm  

A murderer has been jailed for life after handing himself in last year at Wandsworth police station
39 year old Tayo Wesley stabbed a grandfather in August at the Mau Mau bar in Portobello Road in revenge for an incident 15 years earlier.

Wesley believed 59 year old Anthony Charlery was responsible for the death of his sister even though the latter had been acquitted of her manslaughter.

He claimed he did not mean to kill but lost control, chasing Anthony across the road and stabbing him twice – he will serve a minimum of 21 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:27 pm  

Trader in court
A financial trader accused of helping trigger a multi-billion dollar Wall Street crash says he will contest a request for his extradition to the United States.

36-year-old Navinder Singh Sarao from Hounslow is appearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court.

He's alleged to have made millions from the so-called 'flash crash' in 2010, when billions of dollars were wiped off American shares in just five minutes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:24 pm  

National Trust opens its first garden centre in Morden
The 5,000 square metre garden is the only outlet in the UK to be completely peat free.

Over 7,500 plants are on offer, which include over 100 varieties of rose.

The plants and flowers come from National Trust sites across the UK - the team says when you take a plant home from Morden Hall, you are taking a little bit of National Trust history with you.

All staff from the previous garden centre, who were worried about losing their jobs when it closed, have been retained by National Trust, and have been given new, and bigger roles.

Ed Ikin is National Trust Manager for Morden Hall Park, he explains the reason why the centre is peat free.

Peat is a fantastic carbon store, it is a great habitat for wildlife and helps with water management. However, peatlands in this country have been damaged over hundreds of years through cultivation and drainage, and we are trying to reverse this by using environmentally friendly alternatives.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Planned closures on the M4 near Heathrow
Sections of the M4 will be inaccessible in a series of phased overnight closures near Heathrow for three weeks from Monday.

Stretches of carriageway and slip roads will be closed to allow almost 4 miles of resurfacing.

It will affect the motorway eastbound between junctions 4 and 3, and the westbound slip roads at junctions 4, 4b and 5.

Clearly signed diversion routes will be in place during the closures and the work is expected to be completed in mid-May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:39 am  

Ongoing concussion symptoms prevent Harlequin full-back from playing
Harlequin’s director of rugby Conor O'Shea has admitted England full-back Mike Brown may not play again this season due to ongoing concussion symptoms.

He hasn't played since England's final game of the Six Nations against France last month.

Brown was knocked out after a collision with another player during the win over Italy at The Stoop over nine weeks ago - and he's still suffering headaches.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:25 am  

A financial trader from Hounslow faces extradition to the US
A financial trader from Hounslow is due in court today after US authorities accused him of contributing to the 2010 Wall Street "flash crash".

The US Department of Justice wants to extradite 36 year old Navinder Singh Sarao on charges of wire fraud, commodities fraud and market manipulation.

The crash wiped billions of dollars off the value of US shares in minutes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:23 am  

Scarlet Johansson attends premiere at Westfield
Scarlett Johansson's revealed she would like her own Marvel spin-off movie, after reprising the role of Black Widow for the fourth time in the new Avengers film.

Age Of Ultron had its UK premiere at the Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd’s Bush last night ahead of its release tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

Car fire closes a Surrey section of the M25


The M25 is currently closed clockwise between Junction 10 the Wisley Interchange and Junction 11 Chertsey.

This is due to a car on fire at around 8am - emergency services are now on the scene to assess damage to the road.

As a result there are very long delays in the area.

Stay tuned for the latest travel or follow us @Jackie_Travel
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:33 am  

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Update on Cobham Services after last Friday's fire
Cobham Services on the M25 will not be fully reopened until later this week following a fire.

The blaze in the KFC restaurant broke out on Friday morning, but the HGV parking area, filling station and forecourt reopened later that day.

KFC said its restaurant sustained extensive damage and is unlikely to reopen for several months.

However the onsite hotel will open again this evening and the service station's other restaurants and shops will be trading again by Friday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:21 pm  

Kingston newsagent fined
A Kingston Newsagent’s been found guilty of selling illegal tobacco.

Mr Borham Hussein Abdulla, owner of Kingston News limited, was ordered to pay costs of over 12 hundred pounds and now has a criminal record.

It’s after 400 hundred packs of cigarettes were seized following a tip-off by a member of the public that they were being sold ‘under-the-counter’.

Illegal tobacco is a serious matter as the levels of nicotine and tar are often far higher than those permitted by law.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 pm  

Queen's Club confirmed as venue for Davis Cup quarter final
The Queen's Club in Baron’s Court has been confirmed as the venue for Great Britain's Davis Cup tennis quarter-final against France.

It will be played on the grass courts less than a week after Wimbledon finishes in July.

Andy Murray says Queen's is the "perfect venue" to host Britain's first home quarter-final in the competition since 1986.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:28 pm  

Man born in Woking to be honoured with Commemorative stone
A Woking-born man awarded the Victoria Cross is to be honoured with a memorial stone.

Major Richard R Willis VC received the highest military decoration for his heroic actions during one of World War One’s bloodiest campaigns.

The tribute will be unveiled 100 years to the day that Major Willis led his men in fierce battle on the Gallipoli peninsula in southern Turkey.

The commemorative stone will be revealed on Jubilee Square’s Town Gates on Saturday – preceded by a service at Christ Church starting at 11am.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:41 pm  

Fine for Mr Softee
An ice cream seller operating illegally in Hounslow has been fined by magistrates.

Lawrence Vella was seen parked and trading on six separate occasions by the council's licensing team without a licence, despite several warnings.

His Mr Softee van accessed the pedestrianized area of Holloway Street by illegally mounting the kerb to drive around the barrier.

He has been ordered to pay more than £1,700 in fines and court costs after pleading guilty to trading without a licence.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:26 pm  

Today marks the second report of the week in our election series.
Lucy Mayer is back in Richmond Park, where she’s been focussing on Labour’s controversial mansion tax proposal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:57 am  

Fulham could mathematically avoid relegation tonight
Fulham could have Championship survival confirmed tonight, despite not playing until Saturday.

If third-from-bottom Millwall fail to beat Blackburn, they'll be unable to catch the Whites in their remaining fixtures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:52 am  

Manchester United star congratulates Chelsea on 'title they are about to win'
Former Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata has congratulated his old club on 'the title they are about to win'.

Writing on his website, the Manchester United star says Saturday's game between the two sides gave him mixed feelings.

He says he was angry about the defeat for United, but added that he was proud of the reception he was given from the Chelsea fans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

Surrey Youngsters are asked to take part in an online survey
Young people in Surrey are asked to respond to a survey to find the best way to communicate the dangers posed by radicalisation.

Anyone under the age of 18 is asked to spend around ten minutes filling out the national online questionnaire of 21 questions.

The anonymous answers will be used to find out how young people in the UK might be persuaded to travel to areas of conflict such as Syria and Iraq.

The questionnaire can be found by visiting http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/139832MNCUQ/?x=001.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:25 am  

Chiswick woman named after fatal accident
A woman killed in an accident in Shepherd’s Bush has been named.

50 year old Carol Elizabeth Thomas who was from Chiswick died after being hit by a bus on Westfield Way last Wednesday.

The driver of the bus was arrested and taken to a west London police station – he’s been bailed to return on a date in May.

Police are asking any witnesses to contact them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:16 am  

Pop-up kitchen to open on Sutton High Street this Saturday
A pop-up kitchen is coming to Sutton to encourage residents to get healthier this spring.

There’ll be plenty on offer to tantalise the taste buds including live cooking demonstrations and free tasters of freshly-cooked local food.

Locals will also be able to enter the Sutton Food Quiz with a chance to win a month’s supply of vegetables from Sutton Community Farm.

6 fortnightly events will run on Sutton High Street starting this Saturday 25th April.

Find out more here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:09 am  

Monday, 20 April 2015

Kingston Business Woman Ordered to Repay Criminal Profit

A Kingston business woman has been ordered to pay over £200,000 or face nearly 3 years in prison after being found guilty of VAT fraud.

Jasvinder Mahal of King Charles road was sentenced to 12 months in jail last year after she pleaded guilty to four counts of cheating the public revenue.

Mahal submitted false VAT returns using fake invoices. She’s been banned from being a company director for 7 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:36 pm  

The Jackie News Pod


Radio Jackie's 15 minute podcast of all the day's news for South West London and North Surrey is now online.

It's updated weekday evenings from 7pm.

Simply click here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:06 pm  

Today sees the first report in our week - long series focusing on key constituencies in South West London and North Surrey

It’s the turn of Richmond Park, and as Lucy Mayer explains, one topic that has united party candidates and voters alike, is the issue of Heathrow expansion.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Kingston Police to use live video broadcast during tweetathon
The second live tweetathon from police in Kingston will feature live video broadcasts of their day.

The force will be using the Periscope app to bring live coverage of what's going on this Friday.

Borough commander Glenn Tunstall has described it as a 'whole new opportunity' to see what they're doing there and then.

He says there will be risks, but it's about the force being transparent.

You can follow what's happening on Friday using the hashtag #MPSKingstonLive on Twitter.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:35 pm  

Level crossing to be closed over safety fears
Damaged rail tracks mean a level crossing in New Malden is to be closed over four consecutive nights starting tonight.

The tracks at the Elm Road crossing need to be replaced immediately.

Network Rail made the decision following a recent inspection.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

Londoners asked to put on their yellow wellies for the RNLI


The RNLI is issuing its own call for help, appealing for volunteers and fundraisers to get involved with ‘Mayday’, the charity’s forthcoming national fundraising event which will take place from 1–4 May this year.

Volunteers will be at train stations across London next Tuesday, collecting donations for the charity, which saves lives at sea.

Stations include Clapham Junction, Kingston and Wimbledon.

For more details, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:33 pm  

Fire in Streatham house
A man and a woman have been taken to hospital after a fire which blew out the windows of a terraced house in Streatham.

Fire crews were called to the blaze on Aldrington Road at around 10.15 this morning.

Half of the first floor, the whole of the second floor and part of the roof were damaged.

The cause of the blaze is under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:15 pm  

Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner Kevin Hurley has today unveiled the latest addition to Surrey Search and Rescue’s vehicle fleet


Victor is a custom built VW Amarok – which has been donated to the team at a cost of £32,000 to the Police and Crime Commissioners office.

Over 2,000 people go missing in the county every year.

Team members are trained to find and give first aid to anyone who is reported missing or lost and evacuate them to safety.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

Man wanted in connection with Hounslow assault



Police have released CCTV images of a man wanted in connection with a report of sexual assault on a bus in Hounslow.

In March, a 22-year-old woman and the suspect boarded a Route 285 in Kingston, which was travelling to Heathrow Airport.

The victim challenged the suspect when he touched her inappropriately and he got off the bus at Hampton Road West re-boarding another 285 a little later.

The suspect is Asian; slim with short, dark spiked hair - he was wearing glasses, a parka-style coat and carried a distinctive dark sports bag with a white end panel.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

Mourinho almost believed Fellaini wouldn't play against Chelsea
Jose Mourinho has revealed he was nearly duped into believing Marouane Fellaini wouldn't start for Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.

The Chelsea manager spent last week preparing his team to nullify the threat of the Belgian, using Kurt Zouma to nullify his aerial strength.

But a doorman at Chelsea's pre-match hotel thought he'd seen Fellaini turn up there, meaning he wouldn't be available to play.

But Mourinho was unsure whether to believe him, so decided to look for himself, discovering it was Fellaini's twin brother, Mansour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:37 pm  

Sutton 'Community Day of Action'
Police will be encouraging residents to report 'hate crimes' as part of a community day of action on Thursday.

Officers will be staffing the borough's Community Safety vehicle in Sutton Town Centre between 10am and 2pm.

It’s to promote awareness that crime, targeting people on the basis of disability, sexual orientation, gender, race or religious faith, needs to be reported and investigated.

Hate crime includes verbal and physical abuse ranging from naming calling in the street through to having property damaged or being attacked
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:19 am  

Pilot arrested at Heathrow
An airline pilot’s been arrested at Heathrow after allegedly being found with knives in his hand luggage.

The 61-year-old was detained in the airport’s staff search area just after 9pm on Saturday - an hour before he was due to fly to Hong Kong.

The Cathay Pacific flight with 262 passengers on board, was delayed overnight as no relief crew could be organised.

The pilot was arrested on suspicion of possessing an offensive weapon in a public place - he was released on bail until next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 am  

Advice for smokers after Balham flat fire
Smokers are being warned to make sure their cigarettes are properly extinguished after a flat fire in Balham.

The blaze badly damaged the ground floor property on Byrne Road on Saturday morning.

The woman who lived there was led to safety by her neighbours who lived in the flat above – they'd been alerted by a smoke alarm sounding.

She was taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation.

Investigators believe the fire was started by a carelessly discarded cigarette.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:45 am  

London Scottish hammered by Yorkshire Carnegie
In Championship rugby action yesterday London Scottish went down 46-7 at promotion contenders Yorkshire Carnegie.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:42 am  

Suzy Lamplugh charity says stalking treated like joke
Experts say there's a link between people obsessed with social networks and spending time online - and cyberstalking.

It's as a charity claims stalking is still treated too much like a 'joke' - with insensitive T-shirts people can buy on the internet and elsewhere adding to the problem.

In July 1986, 25-year-old Fulham estate agent Suzy Lamplugh disappeared while showing a client round a house.

That same year a trust was set up in her name.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 am  

Pietersen fails on Surrey county return
It's been a disappointing personal return to cricket's County Championship for Kevin Pietersen.

He made just 19 for Surrey on the opening day of their Division Two game at Glamorgan.

But there were centuries for team-mates Kumar Sangakkara and Steven Davies.

They’ll resume later on 348 for 3 in their first innings.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:22 am  

Sunday, 19 April 2015

'Phantom Framer' on streets of Teddington
If you live in Teddington, you may have noticed that many street signs, from road names to warnings to clear up dog mess, have been decorated with gold frames.

It's all the work of the Phantom Framer – who wishes to remain anonymous.

They've made their mark on dozens of signs in the town, but Richmond Council has already started getting rid of the glitzy frames.

A petition to stop the council removing the frames has reached 200 signatures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

UPDATE: Smoke from fire carried by wind towards Heathrow


Wind is carrying smoke from a fire towards Heathrow Airport.

The blaze, in a storage unit on The Common in West Drayton, broke out just after 11.15.

There are currently six fire engines and 35 firefighters on the scene tackling it - London Fire Brigade says the smoke should dissipate soon

Photo: @sepcole
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Shoplifting arrest in Sutton thanks to 'shop safe' radio system
A call on Sutton town centre's 'shop safe' radio system, which retailers and businesses use to alert police to suspicious behaviour, has led to an arrest of a woman for shoplifting.

Police received a report that woman in her 20s had left a shop in the High Street on Thursday with items of clothing she hadn't paid for.

A PCSO was on patrol on his bike nearby and detained the woman.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Chelsea legend linked with Brentford job
Former West Ham and Watford manager Gianfranco Zola has been linked with the Brentford job.

That’s after the Italian, who was sacked as manager of Serie A side Cagliari in March, was spotted talking to Bees owner Matthew Benham at Griffin Park yesterday.

Incumbent Brentford manager Mark Warburton will leave the club at the end of the season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Home care service appealing for volunteers
A home care service is appealing for more volunteers to come forward.

Carers with Home Instead complete tasks ranging from housework, to shopping or meal preparation.

Claire Jefferies is director at the Wimbledon and Kingston service.

Her own experience, encouraged her to get involved.



For more details go to homeinstead.co.uk/wimbledon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

Chelsea reportedly interested in Fulham goalkeeper
Fulham goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli could be set for a move across West London.

That’s according to the Telegraph, which claims Chelsea are looking to bring the 22-year-old in to replace Petr Cech, who’s expected to leave this summer.

The Blues boss Jose Mourinho was at Fulham’s 1-1 draw with Rotherham on Wednesday, and it’s claimed he was there to personally look at Bettinelli.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Power cut in Raynes Park and Morden
A number of homes in Raynes Park and Morden have found themselves without power this morning.

UK Power Networks say they have engineers on the way to a substation in the Grand Drive area to investigate a possible blown fuse.

They say they expect the problem to be fixed by 1 o’clock.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 am  

QPR fans jailed after attack in Hammersmith pub
Four Queens Park Rangers fans caught on camera attacking rival supporters have been jailed.

Harry Childs, Jack Hutchins, Dean Foreman and Bradley Pack were all given prison sentences and each given a six-year Football Banning Order.

The court heard how after a QPR vs Burnley Championship match the men went to the Plough and Harrow pub in Hammersmith following a 3-3 draw between the two sides.

They confronted Burnley supporters through the windows outside the pub, which led to violence and the pub’s window being shattered by Childs.

A number of people were then assaulted and punched outside the pub.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Chelsea striker's future unclear
Didier Drogba's future at Chelsea is still not clear.

The striker played all 90 minutes for the Premier League leaders in their 1-0 win over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.

He's out of contract at the end of the season - but wants to play on.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

London Scottish to ring changes
London Scottish will ring the changes for their match at Yorkshire Carnegie today.

The Exiles have made 11 changes from the side which defeated Nottingham Rugby last week to seal third place for Scottish.

Centre PJ Gidlow will make his first appearance since December while back-row forward Chevvy Pennycook will play for the first time since February.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 am  

Pardew won't be changing tactics
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew says he won't be changing his tactics after his side lost 2-0 against West Brom in the Premier League.

Palace had won four consecutive games before the match - and a win would have taken them into the top half.

Despite the defeat, Pardew believes the team are moving in the right direction.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Mourinho insists title not a certainty
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says the Premier League title isn't wrapped up yet, despite them being 10 points clear at the top of the table this morning.

They beat Manchester United 1-0 last night.

There were jubilant scenes at Stamford Bridge following the game, but Mourinho says any joy needs to be curbed for now.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Top of Radio Jackie News page here.

RJ Home button

One of many reasons why we are so useful to South West London... our very own news team bringing you stories that are relevant to you and your area.
If you have a press release or would like to send in news then pop off an e-mail to [email protected]

radio Jackie News Twitter
Follow Jackie News at twitter.com/jackie_news.

Listen to Jackie's latest News and Travel
Radio Jackie Latest News  Radio Jackie Latest Travel
red button
News Team - - Local news 24 hours a day
news reader
Rod Bradbury
News Editor
Rod enjoys and plays all sports and could have been a cricketer if hadn't taken his eye off the ball at a crucial moment.

news reader
Lucy Mayer
Lucy is the Senior Broadcast Journalist at Jackie and also the Travel Editor. Find out more about her on the Presenters page.

news reader
Sarah Onions
Sarah was schooled in Kingston and she likes jogging around Bushy Park.

news reader
Mike Oban
Mike enjoys playing and watching sports and is a budding football coach.

news reader
Deborah Martin
Deborah may have started life on a farm in Ohio, USA, but is a long time resident of South West London. Her current loves are fusing glass, good meals out, and dancing.

news reader
Dave Stevens
Dave never cooks and likes a glass of red wine while not drinking Guinness. He is also a chocoholic.

news reader
Natalie Osborne
Natalie presents both news and travel - more on Presenters page.

news reader
Andrew Catford
Andrew is Wimbledon born, loves challenges: trekking Nepal, diving with sharks, snowmobiling the Arctic. He says there's nothing better than being just outside your comfort zone as you're only here once.

news reader
Alex Loveridge
Alex loves watching tennis at Surbiton and Wimbledon and also plays a bit too. He swims at Richmond, but not in the Thames.

news reader
Paul Francis
Paul grew up in Fetcham and now lives in Teddington with his wife, two cats and a dog. He supports Fulham and plays in a band.

news reader
Haz Childs
Haz is from Hampton and loves all genre in music, but has a soft spot for reggae and Bob Marley.

news reader
Emma Adams
Emma used to walk past Jackie when she was younger and wonder what it looked like inside. Now she knows.

news reader
Sharmeen Ziauddin
Sharmeen lives in Worcester Park and loves lie-ins, kittens, books, politics, make-up and anything with sugar in it, but hates Monday mornings with a vengeance.

news reader
Juliette Ivie
Juliette says she's generally one of those people who hates to miss out on things, so she can sometimes be quite hard to pin down! She's probably at a gig, theatre, bar, pub, or on a walk.

news reader
Scott McGee
Scott has lived around Kingston all of his life, but has a special connection to Richmond Park. He loves watching sport.

news reader
Iona Stewart-Richardson
Iona enjoys writing plays, poetry and kayaking.

news reader
Ed Drake
Ed was born and raised in South West London. Having competed in alpine skiing at the Olympic Games, he’s a lover of speed on a motorbike, car or on skis.

news reader
Grace McGachy
Grace wants to be the next Mary Berry, failing that, she's happy being a journalist! She recently started a vinyl record collection and loves old movies.

news reader
Adam Shaw
Adam is passionate about football and Jaffa Cakes.

news reader
David Walker
David presents both news and travel - more on Presenters page.

news reader
Holly Snelling
Holly would love to have a job that pays her to travel round the world and is a firm believer that houmous goes with almost anything.

news reader
Sandra Aggrey
Sandra wants to travel the world in 60 days.

news reader
Shona Duthie
Originally from Scotland, Shona has lived in London since 2015 and is passionate about football.

news reader
Tayo Andoh
Tayo used to watch Sir Trevor McDonald present the news and that inspired her lifelong dream of becoming a broadcast journalist. She is also a keen baker.

news reader
Helena Lambert
Helena was born in Hammersmith, plays the violin and loves to travel.

news reader
Abbey Thorogood
Abbey lives in Epsom and loves writing, travelling and going to the theatre.

news reader
Saskia Lumley
Saskia studied English at Oxford University and used to work in PR.

news reader
Danielle Boxall
Danielle lives in Epsom Downs, she enjoys music and loves discovering new artists both new and old. She likes history and politics and has a special interest in the 20th Century.

news reader
Anna Kretschmer
Anna is an amateur ballerina and ballroom dancer. She also enjoys reading, sewing, and looking after her cat Bess.

news reader
Faye De Silva
Faye absolutely loves singing and dancing, even though she can't sing or dance.

news reader
Grace Handley
Grace is a big music enthusiast and even had a song written with her in mind.

news reader
James Brydges
Putney resident, A3 driver, poker enthusiast and bad guitar player.

Archives
08 February 2009
15 February 2009
22 February 2009
01 March 2009
08 March 2009
15 March 2009
22 March 2009
29 March 2009
05 April 2009
12 April 2009
19 April 2009
26 April 2009
03 May 2009
10 May 2009
17 May 2009
24 May 2009
31 May 2009
07 June 2009
14 June 2009
21 June 2009
28 June 2009
05 July 2009
12 July 2009
19 July 2009
26 July 2009
02 August 2009
09 August 2009
16 August 2009
23 August 2009
30 August 2009
06 September 2009
13 September 2009
20 September 2009
27 September 2009
04 October 2009
11 October 2009
18 October 2009
25 October 2009
01 November 2009
08 November 2009
15 November 2009
22 November 2009
29 November 2009
06 December 2009
13 December 2009
20 December 2009
27 December 2009
03 January 2010
10 January 2010
17 January 2010
24 January 2010
31 January 2010
07 February 2010
14 February 2010
21 February 2010
28 February 2010
07 March 2010
14 March 2010
21 March 2010
28 March 2010
04 April 2010
11 April 2010
18 April 2010
25 April 2010
02 May 2010
09 May 2010
16 May 2010
23 May 2010
30 May 2010
06 June 2010
13 June 2010
20 June 2010
27 June 2010
04 July 2010
11 July 2010
18 July 2010
25 July 2010
01 August 2010
08 August 2010
15 August 2010
22 August 2010
29 August 2010
05 September 2010
12 September 2010
19 September 2010
26 September 2010
03 October 2010
10 October 2010
17 October 2010
24 October 2010
31 October 2010
07 November 2010
14 November 2010
21 November 2010
28 November 2010
05 December 2010
12 December 2010
19 December 2010
26 December 2010
02 January 2011
09 January 2011
16 January 2011
23 January 2011
30 January 2011
06 February 2011
13 February 2011
20 February 2011
27 February 2011
06 March 2011
13 March 2011
20 March 2011
27 March 2011
03 April 2011
10 April 2011
17 April 2011
24 April 2011
01 May 2011
08 May 2011
15 May 2011
22 May 2011
29 May 2011
05 June 2011
12 June 2011
19 June 2011
26 June 2011
03 July 2011
10 July 2011
17 July 2011
24 July 2011
31 July 2011
07 August 2011
14 August 2011
21 August 2011
28 August 2011
04 September 2011
11 September 2011
18 September 2011
25 September 2011
02 October 2011
09 October 2011
16 October 2011
23 October 2011
30 October 2011
06 November 2011
13 November 2011
20 November 2011
27 November 2011
04 December 2011
11 December 2011
18 December 2011
25 December 2011
01 January 2012
08 January 2012
15 January 2012
22 January 2012
29 January 2012
05 February 2012
12 February 2012
19 February 2012
26 February 2012
04 March 2012
11 March 2012
18 March 2012
25 March 2012
01 April 2012
08 April 2012
15 April 2012
22 April 2012
29 April 2012
06 May 2012
13 May 2012
20 May 2012
27 May 2012
03 June 2012
10 June 2012
17 June 2012
24 June 2012
01 July 2012
08 July 2012
15 July 2012
22 July 2012
29 July 2012
05 August 2012
12 August 2012
19 August 2012
26 August 2012
02 September 2012
09 September 2012
16 September 2012
23 September 2012
30 September 2012
07 October 2012
14 October 2012
21 October 2012
28 October 2012
04 November 2012
11 November 2012
18 November 2012
25 November 2012
02 December 2012
09 December 2012
16 December 2012
23 December 2012
30 December 2012
06 January 2013
13 January 2013
20 January 2013
27 January 2013
03 February 2013
10 February 2013
17 February 2013
24 February 2013
03 March 2013
10 March 2013
17 March 2013
24 March 2013
31 March 2013
07 April 2013
14 April 2013
21 April 2013
28 April 2013
05 May 2013
12 May 2013
19 May 2013
26 May 2013
02 June 2013
09 June 2013
16 June 2013
23 June 2013
30 June 2013
07 July 2013
14 July 2013
21 July 2013
28 July 2013
04 August 2013
11 August 2013
18 August 2013
25 August 2013
01 September 2013
08 September 2013
15 September 2013
22 September 2013
29 September 2013
06 October 2013
13 October 2013
20 October 2013
27 October 2013
03 November 2013
10 November 2013
17 November 2013
24 November 2013
01 December 2013
08 December 2013
15 December 2013
22 December 2013
29 December 2013
05 January 2014
12 January 2014
19 January 2014
26 January 2014
02 February 2014
09 February 2014
16 February 2014
23 February 2014
02 March 2014
09 March 2014
16 March 2014
23 March 2014
30 March 2014
06 April 2014
13 April 2014
20 April 2014
27 April 2014
04 May 2014
11 May 2014
18 May 2014
25 May 2014
01 June 2014
08 June 2014
15 June 2014
22 June 2014
29 June 2014
06 July 2014
13 July 2014
20 July 2014
27 July 2014
03 August 2014
10 August 2014
17 August 2014
24 August 2014
31 August 2014
07 September 2014
14 September 2014
21 September 2014
28 September 2014
05 October 2014
12 October 2014
19 October 2014
26 October 2014
02 November 2014
09 November 2014
16 November 2014
23 November 2014
30 November 2014
07 December 2014
14 December 2014
21 December 2014
28 December 2014
04 January 2015
11 January 2015
18 January 2015
25 January 2015
01 February 2015
08 February 2015
15 February 2015
22 February 2015
01 March 2015
08 March 2015
15 March 2015
22 March 2015
29 March 2015
05 April 2015
12 April 2015
19 April 2015
26 April 2015
03 May 2015
10 May 2015
17 May 2015
24 May 2015
31 May 2015
07 June 2015
14 June 2015
21 June 2015
28 June 2015
05 July 2015
12 July 2015
19 July 2015
26 July 2015
02 August 2015
09 August 2015
16 August 2015
23 August 2015
30 August 2015
06 September 2015
13 September 2015
20 September 2015
27 September 2015
04 October 2015
11 October 2015
18 October 2015
25 October 2015
01 November 2015
08 November 2015
15 November 2015
22 November 2015
29 November 2015
06 December 2015
13 December 2015
20 December 2015
27 December 2015
03 January 2016
10 January 2016
17 January 2016
24 January 2016
31 January 2016
07 February 2016
14 February 2016
21 February 2016
28 February 2016
06 March 2016
13 March 2016
20 March 2016
27 March 2016
03 April 2016
10 April 2016
17 April 2016
24 April 2016
01 May 2016
08 May 2016
15 May 2016
22 May 2016
29 May 2016
05 June 2016
12 June 2016
19 June 2016
26 June 2016
03 July 2016
10 July 2016
17 July 2016
24 July 2016
31 July 2016
07 August 2016
14 August 2016
21 August 2016
28 August 2016
04 September 2016
11 September 2016
18 September 2016
25 September 2016
02 October 2016
09 October 2016
16 October 2016
23 October 2016
30 October 2016
06 November 2016
13 November 2016
20 November 2016
27 November 2016
04 December 2016
11 December 2016
18 December 2016
25 December 2016
01 January 2017
08 January 2017
15 January 2017
22 January 2017
29 January 2017
05 February 2017
12 February 2017
19 February 2017
26 February 2017
05 March 2017
12 March 2017
19 March 2017
26 March 2017
02 April 2017
09 April 2017
16 April 2017
23 April 2017
30 April 2017
07 May 2017
14 May 2017
21 May 2017
28 May 2017
04 June 2017
11 June 2017
18 June 2017
25 June 2017
02 July 2017
09 July 2017
16 July 2017
23 July 2017
30 July 2017
06 August 2017
13 August 2017
20 August 2017
27 August 2017
03 September 2017
10 September 2017
17 September 2017
24 September 2017
01 October 2017
08 October 2017
15 October 2017
Current Posts