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Saturday, 6 June 2015

Muslim mother 'attacked' as she collected children from school

A Muslim mother’s hijab has been allegedly ripped off as she went to collect her children from school.

The young woman is said to have been set upon by three women as she walked towards private Islamic primary school Al-Khair on Thursday.

A number of women started shouting and hurling abuse, before asking if she was hot in the headscarf.

They then yanked it off and punched her, leaving her with whiplash and chunks of hair missing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

London Wetland Centre 'best urban reserve in Europe'
The London Wetland Centre in Barnes has been labelled ‘the best urban reserve in Europe’.

That’s as it was named 12th on Countryfile’s list of best nature reserves in the UK.

The magazine says it’s a ‘triumph of conservation’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Golden Horn wins at Epsom Downs
Golden Horn has won the premier race of the flat-racing season, the Derby, at Epsom Downs.

The favourite, ridden by Frankie Dettori, finished ahead of Jack Hobbs and Storm the Stars.

The victory for Dettori is his first in the race since his maiden victory on Authorized, eight years ago.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:47 pm  

Six arrested following Weybridge fight
Police are appealing for witnesses following a large scale fight which broke out in the early hours today in Weybridge.

A man was taken to St Peter’s Hospital in Chertsey with serious head injuries as a result of the fight, which happened just after 3am near the Noir Bar in Heath Road.

Six men have been arrested and are currently in custody at Staines Police station.

Detectives are particularly keen on hearing from anyone who has any footage from a mobile phone camera.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 pm  

Farah won't leave coach
Mo Farah says he won't leave his coach Alberto Salazar because he hasn't seen any 'clear evidence' that the American has been involved in doping.

A BBC documentary accused Salazar of violating anti-doping rules, and helping Olympic silver medallist Galen Rupp to cheat.

Both men deny the claims - and there's been no suggestion Farah has done anything wrong.

However, the athlete from Teddington does admit he's disappointed he's been mentioned in connection with the claims.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:54 pm  

Epsom Derby preview
The Epsom Derby is set to get underway at 4.30.

Jackie’s Julia Morris is there.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Queen to enjoy a day at the races as Derby Day returns to Epsom
With winnings of £1.35m, the Investec Derby has one of the biggest prizes in UK racing.

It remains the one race that everyone wants to win and boasts an unrivalled roll of honour, from legendary names such as Sea Bird, Nijinsky, Mill Reef, Shergar, Galileo and more right up to 2014 hero Australia.

All eyes today are on favourite Golden Horn who remains unbeaten to date in three runs, winning his sole juvenile start before blitzing subsequent winner Peacock in Listed company at Newmarket.

Riden by Frankie Dettori, the 44 returned from a six-month drugs ban at the meeting two years ago but this will be his first ride in the big race since 2011.

For a break down of today's events, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:35 am  

St Margarets residents to get consultation on parking controls
People living in St Margarets are set to be able to have their say on parking controls that will affect them.

Richmond Council is undertaking a consultation on proposals which would see residents needing to purchase permits to park on the street.

The restrictions would be in place from either 10am to midday or 10 am to 4.30pm, depending on the street.

For more details of the consultation, click here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Hundreds of Elephants to take over Clapham Common for Charity


Thought you could only see a herd of elephants on safari? Then think again.

Today, Clapham Common will be taken over by elephants – that is, charity runners dressed as elephants to raise money for conservation charity, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) and make a Guinness World Record.

The Trust relies completely on donations and fundraising to protect wildlife and habitats in Kenya.

In recent years, ivory poachers have decimated elephant and rhinoceros populations across Africa leading to an increase in milk-dependent baby elephants, orphaned by the trade in ivory and elephants targeted multiple times by poachers.

The Enormous Elephant Run is a charity fun run with a difference; all participants will be dressed as elephants and plan to run, jog, skip and walk either 5 or 10K to raise vital funds and awareness for Africa’s elephants.

Last year, the DSWT raised over £50,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

Serious collision in Woking
A man and woman in their 60s have been taken to St George’s Hospital in Tooting with suspected serious injuries after a collision Friday evening in Woking.

The incident happened around 8.30 when a silver BMW convertible collided with a green Honda Civic on the Old Woking Road at the junction with East Hill.

The injured couple were in the Honda. The driver of the BMW was taken to St Peter’s Hospital in Chertsey with minor injuries.

Surrey police would like to hear from anyone who witnessed what happened.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 am  

Friday, 5 June 2015

UPDATE: Epsom Oaks


50-to-1 shot Qualify has won a dramatic Epsom Oaks.

She just pipped 1000 Guineas winner Legatissimo, with a late flourish helping.

The horse is trained by Aidan O'Brien, and was ridden by Colm O'Donoghue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:52 pm  

Fulham midfielder charged by FA over tweet
Fulham midfielder Ryan Tunnicliffe has been hit with an FA charge.

It’s after a now deleted tweet directed towards another player, who he called a ‘sausage boy’.

He has until the 11th June to respond to the charge of ‘aggravated misconduct by reference to sexual orientation’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Road in Cobham closed due to fly-tip mess
A road in Cobham has been forced to close because of a large amount of rubbish dumped on it.

Plough Lane has been shut all day between Ockham Lane / Pointers Road and Downside Road.

Both Surrey County Council and Elmbridge Borough Council say the other is responsible for the road closure.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

All set for the Surbiton Trophy
The Aegon Surbiton Trophy returns to Surbiton Racket and Fitness Club tomorrow for the first time since 2008.

Confirmed players in the men's draw include David Cup hero James Ward and world number 84 Thanasi Kokkinakis.

Special guests during the week include Judy Murray and Glenn Hoddle.

To listen to our interview with organiser Roy Staniland, click here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:23 pm  

Suspended sentence for teacher at Barnes school caught with indecent images of children
A teacher at a school in Barnes who stored over 2,000 indecent images of children has escaped jail.

58-year-old Anthony Fuggle from Sutton, who taught at St Paul’s School, has been sentenced to four month’s imprisonment, suspended for two years.

He was discovered when IT maintenance was carried out at the school, which led to the discovery of indecent images of boys on Fuggle’s computer.

It was reported to police, who seized his home computer, where more indecent images of children aged between 12 and 16 were found.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:16 pm  

UPDATE: Chessington World of Adventures and Thorpe Park see ride closures after Alton Towers crash
Alton Towers says it's improving its safety standards following a rollercoaster crash which injured 16 people.

The theme park has been reviewing procedures after a collision on Tuesday.

The Smiler at Alton Towers and Saw at Thorpe Park will be closed for the foreseeable future following the accident.

The Dragon’s Fury and Rattlesnake rides at Chessington World of Adventures have also been withdrawn from service until the new safety protocols are applied.

Merlin Entertainments have issued this statement:

Since the accident at Alton Towers Resort on Tuesday afternoon Merlin Entertainments has been engaged in a thorough review and investigation of the events that led up to the incident and of its safety and operating processes. The investigation is ongoing and we are co-operating fully with the Health & Safety Executive.

The safety of our visitors is our fundamental priority. We have a strong safety record at Alton Towers and across the Merlin Group. Today we are enhancing our safety standards by issuing an additional set of safety protocols and procedures that will reinforce the safe operation of our multi-car rollercoasters. These are effective immediately.

Each rollercoaster has its own individual operating process and characteristics. Our central safety management team, together with local Park operations, will now work to implement and brief operating staff on these protocols. As a consequence, two rollercoaster rides have been withdrawn from service until the new safety protocols have been applied.

The Smiler and Saw, a similar ride at Thorpe Park, have been closed since the accident and will stay closed for the foreseeable future. We intend to complete our thorough appraisal of our safety processes at Alton Towers in the near future and plan to re-open the Park to the public in the next few days.




HSE expect to complete removal of the carriages by 8pm tonight.

Health and Safety Executive statement.

HSE will today remove the carriages involved in the incident on 'The Smiler' rollercoaster on 2 June and transport them to the Health and Safety Laboratory in Buxton for further analysis.

The investigation into the incident continues and HSE inspectors remain on site. They have served a Prohibition notice on the rollercoaster stopping its use until action is taken to deal with the cause of the failure.

Neil Craig, Head of Operations for HSE in the Midlands said:

The Notice is specific to the 'Smiler' ride and does not affect other rides at the park. HSE expects the park operator to apply any early learning from the incident to wider risk management at the site.

The decision about when to re-open the Park is for the owners to make.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:45 pm  

Image released of man sought after robberies


Police have released an image of a man they’d like to speak to in connection with a number of burglaries.

23-year-old Jaime Matthews is being sought after burglaries in Isleworth, Syon Park and Teddington in the past 12 months.

It’s possible he may be using the names Jaime ‘Goodrich’ or ‘Raider’, and is known to frequent the Feltham area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

More than 2000 journeys for the Chatterbus
It’s been revealed more than 2000 journeys have been made on a new community bus in Cobham since its launch eight weeks ago.

In a recent passenger survey, 100% rated Chatterbus as good or excellent and 100% said they’d use it again.

There are also plans to adjust the route, meaning Cobham Sainsbury’s will be included during the week rather than only on Saturdays.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:21 pm  

Richmond Council issues guidance for basements
A surge in the amount of planning applications for basement excavations in Richmond has led the council to issue formal guidance on future developments.

Almost 400 applications have been submitted to the council since 2013.

Lack of land and property values are thought to be the main reasons behind the requests.

The Guide is believed to be the first in London, and has been created to protect the borough’s historic character and environment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:02 pm  

The ‘Epsom Derby Festival’ starts with Ladies' Day today.
The Investec Oaks, for the best 3-year-old fillies, is the feature race of the day.

Tomorrow's Derby has one of the biggest prizes in UK racing with winnings reaching 1and a half million pounds.

150,000 are expected to attend, and it’s thought 200 million will watch worldwide on TV.

Simon Durrant is general manager of the racecourse.



Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest News and Travel.

Click here for this weekend's facts and figures.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:41 pm  

Surrey Cricket League preview
The Surrey Cricket League continues this weekend.

The pick of the Premier Division ties sees joint top Old Royalists play bottom of the table Norwood Exiles in South Norwood.

And in Division One, London Gymkhana will be looking to maintain their 100% record against St Luke’s in Tolworth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:53 am  

Police appealing for help in finding Romanian man


Police are appealing for help in finding a Romanian man wanted in connection with an investigation into fraud.

26-year-old Marius Puscas is described as being of stocky build, wih short brown hair and glasses.

He’s been spotted in Putney and Fulham and has previous links to Shepherds Bush.

Along with two other Romanian nationals, who police also want to find, he was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit fraud.

They were bailed to return to a police station in July last year but failed to return.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:53 am  

Crimestoppers warning about scammers
Crimestoppers is warning about scammers who’ve been impersonating the charity and trying to obtain personal details.

The scammers have hijacked the 0800 555 111 number and direct those they’ve called to the Crimestoppers website to clarify the number.

The Wallington-based charity has underlined that it will never make cold calls to members of the public asking for personal information.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:09 am  

Historic Building In Cheam Plans Redevelopment
Plans to redevelop one of Sutton’s Heritage buildings have been given the go ahead.

Whitehall Museum in Cheam dates back to the 16th century but needs updating for wheelchair access and better space to grow the museum.

The appointed Architects together with the Council are now bidding for 1.5 million pounds of Heritage Lottery Funding to start the project.

The planning permission approves external ramps, steps for better access and a two-storey extension at the back of the building.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

Two Former Wimbledon Champs Battle For A Place In Paris Final
Andy Murray could reach his first ever French Open final later.

But first he needs to beat world number one Novak Djokovic in this afternoon's semi-final in Paris.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 am  

Hounslow Man Faces Murder Charges At Old Bailey
A man charged with a Tooting murder will appear at the Old Bailey today.

28 year old Stuart Palmer of Hounslow was charged alongside Jason Lewin of Morden and 30 year old John Palmer of Sutton.

The 3 men face charges of murder and aggravated burglary with intent.

Police say 75 year old Peter Lee of Tooting died from severe head injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

Shop owners in Tolworth are accusing Kingston Council of hindering business
It’s after it was announced a trial suspension of parking bays on one side of the Broadway is to become permanent.

The council claims there is ample parking nearby and traffic will flow better without them.

But, staff at PMG Schoolwear say the bays are crucial to secure passing trade.



We are awaiting a statement from the Council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:58 am  

Babies first sponsored walk kicks off in Kingston this morning
If you’re in Kingston this morning, how about show your support for the borough’s new-borns?

The Babies First Sponsored Walk is a buggy stroll from Kingston Bridge to Hampton Court.

Money raised will go to Kingston Hospital’s Born Too Soon Fund.
Mum Karina wants to beat the £4,000 target.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

Toxic air leads to deaths in London
According to figures published by campaign group Clean Air in London more than 1-thousand-300 of the capital’s residents have already died prematurely this year due to toxic air.

The shocking death toll includes more than sixty estimated fatalities linked to deadly pollution in Croydon, Barnet and Bromley.

There have been more than 50 deaths in Ealing, Enfield and Havering.

The campaigners want the Government and businesses to take action to address the serious issue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:54 am  

Surrey most expensive for first time buyers
Surrey’s the most expensive place to become a first time buyer in England according to a study.

Research by the National Housing Federation shows that Elmbridge tops the table, closely followed by Chichester in West Sussex.

The organisation says some people trying to get on the property ladder now face prices 10 times their wages.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:37 am  

Middlesex fall short in T20 Blast
Hampshire beat Middlesex last night to move within four points of leaders Kent in cricket's T20 Blast competition.

Set 173 to win, Middlesex fell short by 19 runs from their 20 overs.

Tonight, Kent can regain a four point lead at the top of that table when they host Gloucestershire.

There are seven other fixtures tonight, including Surrey against Essex at the Oval.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 am  

Call for probe into Putney boy's death to be reopened
The father of a boy who disappeared on the day Prince Charles married Diana wants police to reopen the investigation into his death.

Eight-year-old Vishal Mehrotra from Putney vanished in July 1981 near the notorious Elm Guest House in Barnes.

His partial remains were found in woodland in West Sussex a year after he disappeared.

Vishambar Mehrotra claims his son may've been murdered by a Westminster paedophile ring.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 am  

Thursday, 4 June 2015

Zac Goldsmith is still the Conservatives favourite to run for London Mayor.
That’s despite the MP for Richmond Park saying he has no plans to fill Boris Johnson’s shoes.

Mr Goldsmith has always maintained he would stand down as an MP if the Government gave the ok for Heathrow expansion.

But, speaking to Jackie News during the election campaign, he maintained becoming London Mayor is not on his agenda at the moment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:12 pm  

Zawraq to miss the Derby at Epsom
Zawraq will miss the Derby at Epsom after failing to recover from an injury suffered earlier this week.

The colt was fancied to do well in the race, having convincingly won his two starts to date.

But despite positive signs of recovery a decision to withdraw him was made on this morning.

A field of 12 will now compete in the race on Saturday afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

Kingston man jailed for life
A man who killed his mother in Kingston and went on the run for almost three years has been sentenced to life imprisonment.

30 year old Sean Heiss will serve a minimum of 30 years for the murder of 58-year-old Margaret Sheehy in 2012.

The jury heard how detectives were able to piece together Ms Sheehy's last known movements and Heiss's escape through CCTV and bank records.

A European Arrest Warrant was issued for his arrest as soon as it became apparent he had fled the country and was in Spain.

Last September he was sentenced to 22 years for the murder of another woman in Barcelona committed in 2012.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Ofsted find children's service in Surrey inadequate
Children’s services in Surrey have been found inadequate by an Ofsted inspection.

The report said there are widespread and serious failures that could leave children at risk of harm.

It added that there has been a failure in the leadership and management of the services.

It found a significant number of children in need are not receiving sufficient monitoring and support to ensure their welfare and protection.

Some of these were known to be at risk of sexual exploitation but there’s not a co-ordinated response from the Council to deal with the potential risk.

The report calls for an immediate review of cases and steps to be taken to make sure these children are safe and receiving the correct services.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:05 pm  

Croydon store fined thousands
A knife worth just £2.49 has cost a Croydon store thousands after it was prosecuted for selling the knife to two young teenagers.

Poundstretcher in Church Street pleaded guilty. They were fined £3,400 and had to pay nearly two thousand pounds in costs and a victim surcharge.

The store was caught in a trading standards exercise in which a 14 year old boy and a 15 year old girl went into the store and bought the eight inch cooking knife without any challenge from the cashier.

The company said that it appeared the appropriate training had not been given to its staff regarding age restricted products.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Re-appeal for witness over Walton murder
Police investigating the murder of a man from Walton more than 20 years ago have named a man they want to talk to.

Officers have re-appealed for information on the whereabouts of 59 year old Justin Martin Clarke in connection with the fatal shooting in 1993.

43-year-old Paul Milburn died after being shot in his car in St Albans - the reason he was there and what happened are known – but can’t be made public yet.

Clarke uses various aliases and has connections overseas – people should not approach him but are asked to contact police on 999.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

Kingston Council change way they run meetings
Kingston Council is proposing to introduce changes to the way it runs meetings to give residents more influence.

Under the plans, members of the public would be able to put forward suggestions for resident-led community debates.

Motions attracting 500 signatures would be heard at Full Council meetings and after debating, councillors could make an immediate decision.

It's hoped the plans will help the council and elected Members build greater trust and work better with local people.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

More cyclists in London than ever before
New figures show there are more people cycling in London than ever before – with around 23 million journeys made in the last year.

The statistics from TfL also said 2014 was the safest year on record - with thirteen cyclists dying on the capital’s roads.

The Mayor of London, welcomed the figures, but campaigners say the number of fatalities is still "unacceptably high".

Boris Johnson says the Met’s Operation Safeway - made a permanent feature last year - “has already helped improve driver and cyclist behavior - but we need to do more”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

Police appeal for information on a stolen quad bike



Police are appealing for information on a quad bike stolen from Staines.

Officers have been making enquiries since the theft just over three weeks ago and are now releasing images of the stolen bike.

The investigations so far have led officers to believe the vehicle is in Slough and they’re working to make sure it is reunited with its owner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

Police appeal for information on crime 20 years ago
Police investigating the murder of a man from Walton more than 20 years ago have named a man they want to talk to.

Officers have re-appealed for information on the whereabouts of 59 year old Justin Martin Clarke in connection with the fatal shooting in 1993.

43-year-old Paul Milburn died after being shot in his car in St Albans - the reason he was there and what happened are known – but can’t be made public yet.

Clarke uses various aliases and has connections overseas – people should not approach him but are asked to contact police on 999.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:55 am  

Boyfriend causes eviction of Battersea tenant
A woman’s been evicted from her Council flat in Battersea after her boyfriend used the flat as a base for criminal activity fuelled by drugs.

Susan Ferdinand was taken to Court by Wandsworth following a police raid on her flat on the Doddington estate which found a number of people in the property with widespread drug taking.

Her boyfriend had a string of convictions for theft and shoplifting along with possessing drugs.

The Council’s tenancy conditions forbids any criminal and anti-social behaviour from its tenants and visitors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 am  

Surrey's children's services labelled 'inadequate'
Children’s services in Surrey have been found inadequate by an Ofsted inspection.

The report said there are widespread and serious failures that could leave children at risk of harm.

It added that there has been a failure in the leadership and management of the services .

It found a significant number of children in need are not receiving sufficient monitoring and support to ensure their welfare and protection.

Some of these were known to be at risk of sexual exploitation but there’s not a co-ordinated response from the Council to deal with the potential risk.

The report calls for an immediate review of cases and steps to be taken to make sure these children are safe and receiving the correct services.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:01 am  

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Woman missing from Epsom Hospital


Police are concerned for the welfare of a woman missing from Epsom Hospital.

31-year-old Anna Mitchell, also known as Annabell, was last seen on Monday evening on the Ewell Bypass.

Officers are particularly worried because she requires medication which she isn't thought to have taken with her.

Anna is white, 5 ft 6, slim with dark brown hair and was wearing a blue and white top and had a pink bag.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:55 pm  

New license scheme introduced in Hounslow
A new licencing scheme has been introduced across Hounslow.

Anyone wanting to distribute free literature which isn’t of a religious, charitable or a political nature now needs one costing £25 a day.

All distributors must also now pay for a Council issued ID card.

The Council says licences are being brought in so they can monitor who’s marketing what in the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:35 pm  

Surrey charity wins Voluntary Service award
A charity in Surrey has won the Queens award for Voluntary Service.

Limbcare in Camberley was founded 5 years ago by quad amputee Ray Edwards MBE.

It supports amputees and their families and also provides a specialist legal support line and tailored insurance for items like prosthetic.

The award is the highest given to volunteer groups across the UK.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

Man found guilty of strangling mother in Kingston
A man has been found guilty of murdering his mother in Kingston before fleeing to Spain, where he went on to kill again.

Sean Heiss strangled 58 year old Margaret Sheehy at her home in June 2012.

The 30 year old from Surbiton, then fled to Spain where he killed another woman and was sentenced to 22 years in jail.

Heiss, who’d suffered from psychotic illness didn’t dispute that he killed his mother but denied murdering her on grounds of diminished responsibility.

He will be sentenced at a later date.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

Bar staff along Kingston’s Riverside have been learning how to save someone from drowning in the Thames
They’ve been practising using their throw bags - foot long canvas sacks which contain a 30 metre float rope.

The bags are carried on RNLI boats, and can be thrown easily to someone in trouble in the water to grab on to.

They are more efficient than float rings, and also prevent other people diving in after their friend and getting into trouble as well.

Tim James with the RNLI says it’s important all bars and restaurants along the Thames have a throw bag.



Of the 236 lifeboat stations in the UK and Republic of Ireland, the two busiest are on the Thames, at Tower and Chiswick.

Those two stations handle more than 50% of all the resuscitation work carried out by the RNLI.

Teddington LB station is also in the top 20 busiest stations in the UK.

Staff at McClusky's nightclub have taken part in a few training sessions.



The throw bag was brought about with the help of the mother of a teenager who died after he fell into the Thames at Kingston.



On the 28th of July 2005, 19 year old James died after spending a night out at McClusky's.

The group of friends had divided when it closed to take taxis to their respective home areas; each group thought that James was with the other.

It appears that on leaving the nightclub James took the riverside exit and fell into the water.

The alarm was raised the following day but James was not recovered until Sunday the 31st of July. No witnesses ever came forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:14 pm  

Toenail found in marshmallows from Tesco in Wimbledon
A mother from Wimbledon’s horrified after her young daughter almost ate a human toenail lodged in a marshmallow bought from Tesco’s.

29 year old Sam Deacon’s little girl Charley complained one of the marshmallows was hard and was sickened to discover the toenail sticking out of it.

She’d originally bought the Tesco’s own-brand pack for use in her cake-making business - but allowed her 4 year-old daughter to eat them as a treat.

Ms Deacon said she won’t go back to the supermarket and that if the nail had ended up in one of her customer’s cakes she could have been shut down.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:41 pm  

Fire Brigade say no to receiving travel benefits at expense of TfL workers
The Fire Brigades Union has said they are not prepared to betray their colleagues on the transport network.

It’s after Tories on the London Assembly proposed to withdraw free travel benefits from the families of TfL workers and give them to firefighters instead.

A motion from the Conservative group calling for the switch will be tabled at a meeting of the assembly today.

The FBU say instead of pitting one group of workers against another the Tories should show respect for all those who work hard in the service of Londoners.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:32 am  

Police make two arrests minutes after burglary in Purley
Police have arrested two men just minutes after a robbery at the home of a 96-year-old man in Purley.

Officers chased and detained two Chilean nationals aged 22 and 27 after reports of suspicious behaviour at around 9am yesterday.

A bag containing a crowbar, screwdrivers and a chisel was recovered, along with a watch and cufflinks.

The two stolen items were traced to an address in Monahan Avenue where the elderly homeowner had just discovered he’d been burgled.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:42 am  

Real Madrid favour former Chelsea bosses
Real Madrid have appointed former Liverpool and Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez as their new head coach.

He's signed a three-year contract with the Spanish giants, who missed out on winning a trophy this season.

Benitez left Italian team Napoli at the weekend.

He succeeds another former Chelsea boss, Carlo Ancelotti.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 am  

Police appeal after robbery in Ashtead
Police are appealing for witnesses after a robbery at a chemist’s in Ashtead.

A man went into Lloyds Pharmacy in Craddocks Avenue yesterday evening just before 7 and threatened staff with what looked like a firearm.

The suspect stole a quantity of prescription drugs and made off on foot towards Ashtead Common.

He’s described as white, and was wearing a dark anorak with clothing covering his mouth - he had his hood up.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:39 am  

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Apology given over road rage in Roehampton
A master butcher from Richmond who was filmed launching a furious tirade at a cyclist has apologised for his 'unacceptable' outburst.

Jason Wells, who owns a string of upmarket coffee shops, made an expletive-laden rant at the cyclist, who he accused of hitting his car.

Wells was caught on camera by the rider, on Priory Lane in Roehampton, after his Land Rover Discovery appeared to try and overtake the bike.

The 50 year-old said regardless of the situation he shouldn’t have reacted like that and added that cyclists have as much right to the road as any one.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 pm  

£40,000 refurbishment finished at Old Malden Library
A £40,000 refurbishment is finished at Old Malden Library and is now reopened to the public.

The library is now equipped with an IT suite, reading tunnels for children, rearranged book shelves to allow more natural light in and new carpet fitted throughout.

Councillor Mary Clark, Deputy Mayor of Kingston, cut the ribbon today at the opening ceremony and believes that now there is more incentive to use the facilities.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:33 pm  

Warnings after blaze in Croydon caused by fabric and paper touching a lamp
Fire investigators are warning us to make sure combustible materials are kept away from lamps and light bulbs after a fire broke out in Croydon.

The fire brigade were called to a flat in Akabusi Close in the early hours of Saturday morning where the blaze started in a bedroom.

Neighbours rescued the occupant and she was taken by ambulance to hospital for precautionary checks – ten other people left the block before help arrived.

It’s believed the fire was caused by textiles and paper left against a bedside lamp.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:36 pm  

Kingston's biggest event for business is back next week.
Kingston's Businesses are being offered help to keep their heads above water.

The annual Kingston Business Expo will be held at the University's Business School next Wednesday.

The event gives business leaders the chance to showcase their work, no matter how big or small their business is.

It will be opened by the Mayor of Kingston and include business seminars and an exhibition floor.

Jerry Irving is the Chief Executive at Kingston Chamber of Commerce.

He says although central Kingston is surviving the harsh economic times, the outer areas need some help.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:31 am  

Senior lawyer recommends changes to rape investigations
Rape investigations are in danger of being undermined if there’s a lack of government funding for both police and prosecutors in London.

That’s according to an independent victim-centred review of current procedures, identifying where improvements could be made.

The report's author, senior lawyer Dame Elish Angiolini, has produced 46 recommendations to improve the system.

She says it will require a sincere commitment from the government to fund what she describes as the "enormous burdens” being carried by prosecutors and the police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:22 am  

Tributes paid to Charles kennedy
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:32 am  

Murder investigation launched in Tooting
A murder investigation has been launched after a man died following an altercation in Tooting.

Police were called yesterday afternoon to reports of a fight at a residential address in Welham Road and found three injured men.

One of them, aged 75, had injuries consistent with being hit by a vehicle; he died early this morning in hospital.

Two other men, both in their 30s, were also taken to hospital suffering minor injuries. Both have since been discharged.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:40 am  

England Fly-half Danny Cipriani arrested following car crash
Danny Cipriani has been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving following an early morning car crash the day after he starred for England against the Barbarians at Twickenham.

The Sale Sharks fly-half was unhurt following a collision in Chelsea shortly after 5am yesterday, just hours after playing at Twickenham in the England V Barbarians game.

Cipriani was given a breath test and taken to a west London police station before being released on bail.

Leicester centre Manu Tuilagi will not feature in this autumn's tournament after he was convicted of assaulting two female police officers and a taxi driver.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:32 am  

Ex-Lib Dem Leader Charles Kennedy dies aged 55

The former MP, whose death is not being treated as suspicious, is described as a "fine man and a loving father".

A statement released on behalf of his family said: "It is with great sadness, and an enormous sense of shock, that we announce the death of Charles Kennedy.

"Charles died at home in Fort William yesterday. He was 55. We are obviously devastated at the loss.

"Charles was a fine man, a talented politician, and a loving father to his young son. We ask therefore that the privacy of his family is respected in the coming days.

"There will be a post-mortem and we will issue a further statement when funeral arrangements are made."

Former Lib Dem MP for Sutton, Paul Burstow has paid tribute on Facebook.

Just waking up to the sad news that Charles Kennedy has died. He was a lovely man with many gifts. His wit, wisdom and grace will be missed.

He wrote this for Lib Dem Voice just after the General Election.

"The next few years in politics will come down to a tale of two Unions – the UK and the EU. Despite all the difficult challenges ahead the Liberal Democrat voice must and will be heard.

We did so over Iraq; we can do so again. Let us relish the prospect."

Gone too soon.


Conservative MP for Richmond Park, Zac Goldsmith, paid this tribute on Twitter; So sad to hear about Charles Kennedy. He was such a decent, civilised and likeable man. He will be greatly missed. While Ukip leader Nigel Farage wrote; I am very sorry to hear the news about Charles Kennedy, he was always a polite and decent man.

Former Lib Dem MP for Twickenham, Vince Cable, has paid tribute saying he was a very fine communicator, amusing and interesting and had very shrewd political judgement. He led us to our two best election results in 2001 and 2005.

Prime Minister David Cameron has also released a statement saying I'm deeply saddened by the death of Charles Kennedy. He was a talented politician who has died too young. My thoughts are with his family.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 am  

Three men found injured after a burglary in Tooting

Three injured men were found by police - at a residential address in Tooting yesterday following reports of a burglary.

Two men sustained minor stab wounds and one man suffered injuries consistent with being in a vehicle collision. He remains in a critical condition.

All three men have been taken to a South London hospital.

A number of people fled the scene in a vehicle which was stopped by police in Louisville Road.

Two men have been arrested in connection with the incident; police are looking for another suspect.

If you any information contact please Wandsworth police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 am  

Monday, 1 June 2015

Weybridge MP Focuses On Europe
Philip Hammond says Britain must step up its role in the European Union if it secures a successful renegotiation package - and shape the bloc into an "image that we find attractive".

Speaking at Chatham House in London tonight, the Foreign Secretary says it's time to "lance this boil" over Europe.

He says there's been a "real thinning" in the democratic legitimacy of the UK's relationship with Brussels.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 pm  

Mole Valley Council Tackling Benefit Fraud.
A team tackling benefit fraud in Mole Valley identified 190 thousand pounds worth of dishonest claims in 2014.

That’s just 1 point 7 per cent of the 11 million pound spend on Council Tax support, Discounts and exemptions.

But Councillor Vivienne Michael described the council's track record on fraud as Good - saying over the past 3 years they’ve uncovered activities resulting in over 20 properties being returned to social housing.

The council says identifying additional fraud, even on a small scale, will result in considerable savings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 pm  

Former Wimbledon Champ Moves Into Quarter Final
Andy Murray says he feels 'very proud' after reaching a 17th consecutive Grand Slam quarter-final.

The British number one progressed to the last eight of the French Open after beating home favourite Jeremy Chardy in four sets.

Murray will now play Spain's David Ferrer in the next round.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:41 pm  

Firefighters in Battersea turn midwives to deliver baby
Firefighters have helped deliver a baby girl just yards from Battersea Fire Station.

A crew helped a pregnant lady who was in labour in the street just before 11 o'clock this morning.

They brought her a mattress from the station to lie on, and received help from a passing midwife.

Both mother and baby were taken to hospital by the London Ambulance Service.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

Hounslow's clamp-down on 'beds in sheds' is working
Hounslow Council’s clamp down on so called ‘beds in sheds’ has seen illegally occupied outbuildings reduced to rubble and some owners fined.

In one case - in Bulstrode Avenue - the tenants occupied a 28 metre square shack with extensive mould growth and no heating.

In another, owner Gurdip Singh Sekhon, was fined nearly £3000 after failing to remove kitchen and bathroom facilities from an illegally-occupied outbuilding.

The Council say some of the illegal properties discovered by the rogue landlord team are unbelievable - with people made to live in conditions not even fit for animals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:15 pm  

Police looking to speak to a man after fraud in Carshalton
Police would like to speak to a man in connection with a fraud on a married couple in Carshalton who are both in their nineties.

A suspect called at the couple's home in Woodmansterne Road last month.

He said he would remove 26 bags of garden rubbish and repair their side guttering, which it turned out didn't need repairing.

The suspect asked the victims to make two separate withdrawals in payment and asked them to drive him to both locations.

After pocketing £650, the suspect said he would return to do the work but didn’t.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:44 pm  

Woking's greenbelt could be reduced
Fourteen areas may be removed from the greenbelt in Woking.

That's under council proposals to build 5,000 new homes – reducing the area's greenbelt by 2%.

It would involve parts of Byfleet, Brookwood and Mayford.

The council will decide this Thursday whether to approve the building list, with most homes being built in town centres.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:46 pm  

Schoolboy accused of murder apears in court via video link from Feltham
A schoolboy accused of murdering two people has been told he'll be asked to enter a plea in six weeks’ time.

The 16 year old's accused of killing a student from Saudi Arabia and stabbing a 33 year old man more than 100 times in 2 separate incidents in Colchester last year.

The teenager, who can't be named, appeared via video link from Feltham Young Offenders Institute and will appear in court again next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

Prime Minister speaks about childcare during Teddington visit



The government's bringing forward its plans to extend free childcare for working families in England.

Parents of three and four year-olds will now be able to get 30 hours from next September - a year earlier than planned.

Nurseries say they're concerned about funding.

Jackie reporter Julia Morris spoke to the Prime Minister David Cameron at Buttercups nursery in Teddington.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:44 am  

Chelsea star linked with move back to Spain
Chelsea striker Diego Costa is said to be unhappy at Stamford Bridge and is looking for a move away from the club.

That's according to Spanish sports paper Marca, which claims the 26-year-old is looking for a move back to Atletico Madrid.

It says the naturalised Spaniard, who scored 20 goals in his first Premier League season, can't adapt to the food, the weather and the language over here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 am  

Missing Chertsey man found
Police would like to thank the public for their help in finding a missing man from Chertsey.

Officers appealed for help in tracing 52 year old Stephen Field who uncharacteristically disappeared from home last Thursday.

He was found safe and well last night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

New head coach for Brentford
Championship side Brentford have appointed Dutchman Marinus Dijkhuizen as their new head coach.

He joins from Rotterdam club Excelsior in the Netherlands.

Dijkhuizen succeeds Mark Warburton, who chose to leave following the club's decision to change their football management structure.

Brentford reached the play-offs this season, but lost to Middlesbrough over two legs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:40 am  

A third rail union is set to ballot on strike action
A third Rail Union is to hold a strike ballot over pay.

Around 1,600 members of the Transport Salaried Staffs Association will vote over a two-year pay offer, which the union says falls below inflation and does not compensate staff working through the night.

They say they want a properly negotiated agreement which rewards their members while also guaranteeing the safety of the travelling public.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

Fires in London at lowest level
The number of people killed in fires in London has halved over the last five years.

London Fire Brigade say last year's figure was the lowest this millennium.

The number of recorded fires has fallen to its lowest level in any one year since records began in 1966.

They add the reduction was mainly due to an increase in their fire prevention work and the figures could not be used to justify further cuts to services.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:36 am  

Epsom and St Helier Trust struggle to meet waiting time target
New figures indicate that Epsom and St Helier Hospital Trust is being hard pressed to meet the national target for cancer treatment waiting times.

Between January and March this year only 72.1 per cent of people urgently referred to the hospital started cancer treatment within the recommended 62 days.

A spokeswoman for the trust said they face challenges in meeting the target but they were working hard to improve performance for local patients.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 am  

Surrey Cricket League: Old Royalists win top of the table clash
Old Royalist won the top of the table clash against champions Old Thorntonians in the Surrey Cricket League’s Premier Division on the weekend.

Danushka Perera hit 101 to lead Royalists to 248 for 8.

In their reply Old Thorntonians could only reach 223 to lose by 25 runs, despite a well-played even hundred from Awais Afzal.

Both teams are now joint top on 89 points.

Balham and Tooting beat Ham & Petersham by 11 runs to record their first win of the season.

Wimbledon Village beat Clapham Old Xaverians by 120 runs in Division One.

In Division Two Dan Maynard took four catches for Spelthorne to help them to an 8 wicket win over Beddington Village.

In Division Three Bec Old Boys ‘B’ beat West Byfleet for their first win of the season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:13 am  

Sunday, 31 May 2015

Dogs Trust to offer micro-chipping in Carshalton
The Dogs Trust is to provide agility tests and advice about pet welfare as well as free micro-chipping, at an event in Carshalton.

The occasion’s supported by the police initiative - LEAD which promotes responsible dog ownership and tackles anti-social and inconsiderate behaviour.

The event’s on Tuesday the 25th of August at St Helier open space – opposite the hospital, between 11am and 4pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

England success at Twickenham
A number of players have pressed their claims for a place in England's rugby union World Cup squad this afternoon.

An experimental side completed a convincing 73-12 victory over the Barbarians at Twickenham.

Danny Cipriani scored two tries, and kicked ten conversions and a penalty - while Christian Wade helped himself to a hat-trick of tries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 pm  

Man from Feltham jailed
A man from Feltham without a driving licence or insurance has been jailed for five years for attempting to steal two cars and driving another into a river.

Sarah Onions reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Safety levels of road in Kew under question
A number of residents in Kew have raised concerns about safety levels in Sandycombe Road.

Lucy Mayer reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Oscar winning costume designer dies
An Oscar and Bafta-winning costume designer who designed clothes for the Beatles and Sir Roger Moore's James Bond has died aged 94.

Julie Harris died at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital after a brief illness from a chest infection.

She designed clothes worn by the Beatles in the films A Hard Day's Night and Help! and by Sir Roger in the James Bond film Live and Let Die.

She won an Oscar in 1966 for the Julie Christie film Darling and a Bafta in 1967 for her work on The Wrong Box.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 pm  

Fire in Whitton bungalow
A man’s been treated for smoke inhalation after a fire at a bungalow in Whitton.

It broke out just before 9.30 this morning.

A bedroom was slightly damaged in the blaze in Glasbrook Close.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:37 pm  

Surrey in county cricket top 2 clash
Second placed Middlesex are in action in the latest round of Division One fixtures in cricket’s County Championship this morning.

In Division Two there’s a top of the table clash at The Oval where second placed Surrey host leaders Lancashire.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:27 am  

Village Plan refresh for East Sheen and Barnes
Revitalised Village Plans for East Sheen, Barnes and Mortlake have been launched.

The plans outline local priorities and how people can get involved in improving their community.

During a series of consultation activities in February around 1,500 residents in the three areas identified a number of local issues that they felt needed addressing.

The issues include parking, empty shops and preserving open spaces and have now been fed into the Village Plans.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 am  

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