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Saturday, 30 April 2016

AFC Wimbledon make history once more


AFC Wimbledon will finish the season in the League Two play offs for the first time in the clubs history.

A last minute equalizer for Plymouth meant Cambridge United can not catch the Dons with one match left this season.

Neil Ardley’s men will definitely play the first match of the two leg affair at Kingsmeadow.

They could either face one of Accrington Stanley, Oxford United or Bristol Rovers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:33 pm  

AFC Wimbledon through to League Two playoffs
AFC Wimbledon are through to the League Two playoffs, thanks to a 0-0 draw against Stevenage.

Crystal Palace lost to Newcastle 1-0 away at St James Park as Andros Townsend found the far corner directly from a free kick and in the Championship local derby, Brentford beat Fulham at home 3-0, thanks to Sam Saunders and two from Scott Hogan on his season debut.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:29 pm  

Putney driver regrets shortcut


A driver in Putney lived to regret a shortcut as his car got stuck on a bollard.

The incident happened around 11.20pm last night at the junction of Upper Richmond Road and Keswick Road.

The bollards on the corner are placed there to stop such an incident as the cycle route continues on the pavement.

Police confirmed there were no injuries to the driver.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:24 pm  

Fall closes Tooting Broadway tube station

An elderly man has been taken to hospital after falling onto the tracks at Tooting Broadway tube station.

The incident happened at 11.47am and closed the station for two hours.

British Transport Police, London Ambulance and Fire Service were all in attendance.

The incident is being treated as non-suspicious.

The man was taken to hospital but is believed to have not suffered serious injury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:34 pm  

'Chemical incident' in Wimbledon

A man and child have been taken to hospital in Wimbledon this morning, in what has been described as a chemical incident.

Wimbledon Leisure Centre in Latimer Road was emptied after two chemicals were accidently mixed together, creating chlorine gas.

Over 130 people were evacuated to nearby St Winefride Church and surrounding roads also had to be closed as the fire and ambulance service attended.

Four men and one woman were also treated on the scene
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

Step up for Cobham's annual mental health awareness walk

People are being invited to help promote mental health awareness by taking part in Cobham’s annual 'Get Moving Walk 4 Life’.

Walkers of all fitness abilities and ages are encouraged take part. The 5K walk starts at 11am on the 21st of May.

It’s free to enter, but donations and sponsors are appreciated. The aim is to reinforce the link between physical and mental health.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:51 am  

Former Woking McClaren driver sets the fastest time in Russia

Former Woking McClaren driver Lewis Hamilton will go into qualifying for the F1 Russian Grand Prix this afternoon.

He’s set the fastest time in final practice.

The World Champion Mercedes driver was ahead of his team-mate Nico Rosberg and Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel.

Woking McClaren racer Jenson Button posted the eighth best time for McLaren.

Renault's Jolyon Palmer is 18th in the standings.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:35 am  

Croydon shop owner fined for selling alcohol to youngsters

A shop owner in Croydon has been ordered to pay two thousand eight hundred pounds after selling alcohol to two underage customers.

Muhammed Sidhu- the license owner of CostCutter on Norbury Road - was caught as part of a test by Croydon Council in which two 14 year olds were sold 2 bottles of beer.

Councillor Mark Watson says its ‘frustrating’ that despite information and training available, shops still serve age restricted goods to young people.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 am  

Drunk driver hit lamp-post in Leatherhead

Surrey road police have sent blood for analysis after a man drove into a lampost in Leatherhead.

The driver had a reading of 119 after being breathalysed.

The development was reported on Twitter.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 am  

Today, a member of the Cobham rugby team will make history.

Josh Brown is the first Cobham player to make an international appearance while playing for the team.

He flew to Kiev yesterday, where he met his new team mates for the first time.

Brown will be representing Sweden in their match against Ukraine today, in what looks like it might be a tough game.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 am  

Police still looking for owner of gun left in Fulham

Detectives are still looking for a double-barrelled shotgun which was stolen after its owner left it "unattended" on a London street.

The weapon disappeared after being unloaded from a car in Fulham on Thursday night in Langthorne street.

Police say the man - in their words - "made enquiries as to who the owner was" before snatching it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:22 am  

Wandsworth Design Awards

A new sixth form block at a secondary school in Tooting and a series of works of art in Balham High Road have been named the winners of this year’s Wandsworth Design Awards.

Graveney School was one of 34 projects which were nominated. It was chosen for its imaginative and contemporary design.

The judges said that the colourful frieze under the railway bridge in Balham High Road enhanced the town centre.

The awards were created in 1999 to recognise and encourage building projects which improve the quality of the built environment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:21 am  

Reviewing Surrey's Fire and Rescue Service

The Surrey Fire and Rescue Service is reviewing its services and wants the public to share their opinions on its ‘Public Safety Plan’.

Proposed changes include working closer with other emergency services, reviewing response times and how the service responds to automatic fire alarms.

A public meeting is being held at Chertsey fire station on the 7th May from 11 am to 1 pm.

You can also participate in the consultation by completing a questionnaire on the Surrey website, at a local library, fire station or council office.

The consultation runs until the 7th June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:16 am  

Friday, 29 April 2016

Appeal for witnesses after shotgun taken in Fulham



Police are appealing for witnesses after a shotgun was taken from outside an address in Fulham.

It was taken at around 7.30pm yesterday, from outside an address in Langthorne Street.

The Beretta double barrel shotgun was in its brown leather zip-up case and had been unloaded by its owner from his car.

A man is understood to have picked it up, asking who it belonged to, but left the vicinity before the owner returned to find it had gone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 pm  

Wandsworth Arts Fringe is set to wow the crowds

There’ll be an array of live performances, exhibitions and events across Wandsworth next week.

Packed with more than 100 events, the Wandsworth Arts Fringe starts next Friday 6th May.

Highlights include a whole day of music, dance and theatre in Battersea’s Heathbrook Park and The Midnight Run, which invites adult audiences to go on a curated night-time trail through sites in the Nine Elms development area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 pm  

Police officer from Putney dismissed for taking cocaine and amphetamines

A police officer from Putney has been dismissed from the Metropolitan Police Service for taking cocaine and amphetamines.

DC Daniel Williams, who worked at Tooting Police Station, was dismissed yesterday after a special case hearing, which found the case proven for gross misconduct.

He had already been suspended from duty.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:43 pm  

Two police officers punched in the head in New Malden

Two Kingston police officers were punched in the head while attending an incident in New Malden on Wednesday
At around 5am police were called to reports of a theft at a petrol garage on Kingston Road, where the suspects were attacking the caller with bottles.

Two suspects fought police violently, punching both of them in the head and kicking them in the legs.

A man and woman were arrested and have been bailed until late May.

The officers are already back at work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:53 pm  

Chelsea boss Hiddink praises Pochettino
Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink has praised Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino for the work he’s done with the club this season.

Spurs sit second in the table after an impressive season which could see them finish in a record high premier league position.

The sides meet on Monday and Hiddink says he’s a big fan of the style of play he’s implemented.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Chelsea & Kensington and Hammersmith & Fulham are most expensive boroughs in London

Average London property prices hit an all-time high of over half a million pounds last month despite signs of a slowdown.

Prices in the capital moved up 0.2% in March with the biggest annual rise in Lewisham.

The most expensive boroughs continue to feel the effects of stamp duty rises with Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham seeing monthly falls.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

New research is released as preparations for MyMarathon challenge are made

The fear of being judged is the biggest cause of “gym-phobia” in the South East.

That’s according to new research by the British Heart Foundation as part of their ‘MyMarathon’ challenge.

According to the poll, aside from membership costs, the main reason that people in the South East are avoiding the gym is feeling intimidated by fitter people.

The British Heart Foundation is challenging the nation to take on its ‘MyMarathon’ challenge to conquer 26.2 miles over May.

Runners can complete ‘MyMarathon’ in a way that’s a challenge for them.

You can do it over a couple of days or for the whole month with proceeds going towards helping the BHF fight heart disease.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Fight in school playground of a school in Tooting

A mass brawl broke out on Wednesday afternoon in the playground of a top state school in Tooting.

It's said to have started after a row over a football, and up to 30 boys are thought to have been involved in the fight at Graveney School.

A 15-year old and three 16-year old boys were arrested on suspicion of GBH and one was taken to a South London hospital with head injuries.

The boys have been bailed until May, pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Harlequins have made changes to their team

Harlequins have made 5 changes to the team that played Grenoble last week- as they visit London Irish at the Madejski stadium on Sunday.

Winston Stanley will start alongside George Lowe in the centres, while Charlie Walker has been named in the back three.

In the front row- Mark Lambert and Will Collier come into the side with Jack Clifford starting at blindside flanker.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Police step up patrols in Cheam after burglaries

Sutton Police have increased their patrols in Cheam after three reports of burglaries in the area in the last five days.

Two burglars fled the scene after being disturbed breaking into a property in Sandy Lane just before 10pm last Monday.

On Wednesday, a BMW car was stolen in West Drive around 9pm and a house was broken into in Burdon Lane between the 20th and 27th April.

Police are urging residents to report anyone acting suspiciously to 999 immediately.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 pm  

£100,000 worth of cannabis plants found on warrant this morning in Purley







Croydon police discovered an estimated 100,000 pounds worth of cannabis at an address in Purley this morning.

A property in Godstone Road was raided after police received a tip off.

Officers found an expert set up of hydroponics and linking numerous tents containing fully grown cannabis plants.

No arrests have been made at this time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:32 am  

Sutton library assistant retires after 50 years of service



A Sutton library assistant is retiring today, after 50 years of service.

70-year-old Richard Radford worked at Wallington library for 18 years.

He began his career with the borough’s service in Carshalton in 1966.

Richard received the Community Engagement Champion Award in 2009 for his services to the library’s Coffee Concerts.

A ceremony was held on Monday in the Civic Offices to mark his retirement.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

Missing teenager from Fulham is found safe and well

A missing 15 year-old girl from Fulham has been found safe and well.

Police were appealing to members of the public after Tyrenne Mason-Hawkins went missing from her home on the 22nd of April.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:28 am  

The salvage of Clandon Park House has been praised by the National Trust

It’s been a year since a devastating blaze ripped through Clandon Park House damaging 95% of the mansion.

Many antiques were saved in an emergency operation.

Work to salvage the 18th century stately home in Surrey has been praised by the National Trust.

The Trust plans to restore some ground floor rooms and use upper floors for exhibitions and events.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Four in ten London nurses expect to leave the capital by 2021 because housing costs are too high.

That’s according to research by the Royal College of Nursing which shows nearly four fifths of the nurses surveyed were worried about the price of their accommodation.

The RCN is calling on the next London mayor to offer discounted travel for NHS workers, and require new homes built on NHS land to be offered to low-paid staff first.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

The #LondonMayor2016 interviews part 5. Today, it's the Conservative's #ZacGoldsmith

Today sees the final interview in our week - long series ahead of the London Mayoral elections next Thursday.

Focussing on the hot topic of housing, today, Lucy Mayer quizzes Conservative Zac Goldsmith on how he’ll solve the crisis.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Philip Hammond makes Cuba first
Phillip Hammond's become the first British Foreign Secretary to visit Cuba - since before the revolution in 1959.

During his time in Havana, the Runnymede and Weybridge MP’s due to discuss the country's recent social and economic changes and is expected to sign several bilateral agreements.

Mr Hammond's on a tour of Latin America.

He's already visited Colombia.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:47 am  

Thursday, 28 April 2016

World's oldest firefighter celebrated in Brigade's historic year



The oldest living firefighter is being celebrated in the Brigade’s historic 150th year.

Woking-born John ‘Jack’ Corbett is the oldest living person to have served with the London Fire Brigade.

The 105 year old is also believed to be the oldest living former firefighter in the world.

Jack received a special presentation at his care home in Essex as part of the service’s 150th anniversary celebrations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:32 pm  

Three arrested following fatal fire in Ealing

Three men have been arrested following a fatal fire in Ealing.

Officers believe Sherif Adel Makar Habib, 19, died as a result of the fire in Cranleigh Gardens in Southall on 25th April.

The three men were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit arson and remain in police custody.

A fourth man, who was previously arrested, has been bailed until mid-July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 pm  

Sutton Police carried out drugs raids at three addresses this morning.

A 27 year old man was arrested for possession of cannabis at a flat in Douglas Close in Wallington.

Another man, in his twenties, received a cannabis warning after a small amount was found at an address in Mill Green in Mitcham.

And a third man, in his forties, also got a warning after cannabis was found at an address in Winchcombe Road in Carshalton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:38 pm  

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was attacked in Epsom

It happened in South Street on Sunday afternoon.

He was assaulted by two males, in what’s believed to be an unprovoked attack and was left with a broken nose and cheek bone.

The suspects are white and in their late teens.

The police are urging anyone with information to contact them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

A passenger plane wasn't hit by a drone as it approached Heathrow
The Government says a passenger plane wasn't hit by a drone as it approached Heathrow earlier this month.

The pilot of the British Airways flight from Geneva reported a suspected collision on April 17th.

But an investigation's now been closed due to a lack of evidence.

Last week Transport Minister Robert Goodwill said the plane wasn't damaged and it may have been a plastic bag that struck the aircraft.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

The moment lighting struck a plane flying into Heathrow


Pic courtesy of @version3point1

Dramatic footage posted on social media shows the moment a passenger plane flying into Heathrow was struck by lightning last night.

British Airways says flight BA857, which had departed from Prague, landed safely and will undergo an inspection before it returns to service.

They added that lightning strikes are fairly common, and aircraft are designed to cope with them.

At least three planes are thought to have been struck as the storm hit the capital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

A Teenager is in a critical condition after a stabbing in Oval

A teenager is fighting for life in hospital today after he was stabbed in a suspected road rage fight in Oval on Tuesday at around 3pm.

Reports suggest the 16-year-old victim was knifed after a car he was in became involved in a minor collision on Clapham Road.

Police described the teenager’s condition as critical but stable.

The Met’s specialist gang unit Trident are investigating the stabbing - no arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 am  

The fear of being judged is the biggest cause of “gym-phobia” in the South East.

That’s according to new research by the British Heart Foundation as part of their ‘MyMarathon’ challenge.

According to the poll, aside from membership costs, the main reason that people in the South East are avoiding the gym is feeling intimidated by fitter people.

The British Heart Foundation is challenging the nation to take on its ‘MyMarathon’ challenge to conquer 26.2 miles over May.

Runners can complete ‘MyMarathon’ in a way that’s a challenge for them.

You can do it over a couple of days or for the whole month with proceeds going towards helping the BHF fight heart disease.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Tooting robbery appeal



Police have issued CCTV footage of a man they wish to identify and speak with in connection with a robbery in Tooting.

The incident occurred on Sunday 4th of October 2015, at about 3am on Woodbury Street.

The victim, a 40-year-old man, was walking with a friend after using a cashpoint and was approached by two men.

One of them grabbed the victim who then attempted to flee, but was chased and then robbed of his wallet and mobile phone.

Later that day, at about 11:00hrs, the victim's card was used in a store in Colliers Wood, Merton.

Police are keen to hear from anyone who may recognise the man on the CCTV or who witnessed the robbery.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact DC Shelli Byrne on 020 3276 2603 quoting reference numbers 207491 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

The #LondonMayor2016 interviews part 4. Today it's Ukip's #PeterWhittle

With exactly a week to go before the Mayoral election, today marks day four in our series looking at housing.

Now, it’s the turn of Ukip’s Peter Whittle to explain how he’d tackle the crisis Londoners say is their number one issue.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Children from schools across Epsom will come together tonight to debate the pros and cons of a Brexit

MP Chris Grayling, who is also in the Vote Leave camp, will host the evening at Epsom College from 6 o’clock.

He’ll be joined by MP for Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake, who is in favour of staying in the EU.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

Paralympian reunited with his special bicycle after it was stolen near Balham

A Paralympian has been reunited with his £5,000 handbike after it was stolen from outside his home near Balham.

Team GB skier Tim Farr had a specially adapted bicycle, which was found after a social media campaign.

It had been sold for £150 at a Cash Converters shop in Streatham.

Mr Farr was a member of the British Disabled Ski team at the Vancouver Games in 2010.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Chelsea Youth team have lifted the FA cup for the third successive year

Chelsea have won their third successive FA Youth Cup with a 4-2 aggregate victory over Manchester City.

After a 1-1 draw away in the first leg, The Blues followed it up with a convincing 3-1 win at Stamford Bridge last night.

A goalkeeping error from Dujon Sterling put them in the lead at half time.

Two more goals from Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori secured their win, and saw Chelsea lift the silverware for the third year in a row.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 am  

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Police appeal for information to trace an absconder from a mental health unit in Wandsworth


Police are appealing for information to trace a man who has absconded from a secure mental health unit in Wandsworth.

26-year old Abdul Nahar was last seen yesterday afternoon (Tuesday 26 April) just after 12.15 in Burntwood Lane.

He's described as black, 5ft 7ins tall with short black hair and a beard. He was wearing grey tracksuit bottoms, flip-flops and a blue jacket when last seen.

Abdul has mental health issues and is a risk to the public and himself. He should not be approached but if seen call 999 immediately.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:29 pm  

Wandsworth Town Hall gets Measles


Wandsworth Town hall has been covered with images of measles spots.

It’s after Public Health England warned of more than 60 cases of the disease in the last two months.

The Health body says this is significantly higher for a period which would usually see fewer than ten.

They are urging people to get vaccinated, stressing that parents, young adults and children should get the MMR jab.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:14 pm  

CCTV images released of missing Shepperton teenager





CCTV images of a missing teenager from Shepperton have been released as police officers continue to appeal for help finding her.

The CCTV shows 16 year old Ayan Omar on Monday 25th April near McDonalds on Hounslow High Street at around 5pm.

She’s also seen on a bus which she used in the evening on the 24th April, the day she went missing from her home address.

Ayan also goes by the name of Mary. She’s black, 5ft7 tall, with curly shoulder-length reddish black hair and wore a black dress when she went missing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:37 pm  

Terror South London
A husband and wife from South London have been charged with fund-raising offences under the Terrorism Act.

47 year old Mohammed Iqbal Golamaully and his wife 45 year old Nazimabee Golamaully were arrested and jointly charged.

Both have been bailed to attend Westminster Magistrates Court on May 3rd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 pm  

Update into an Investigation of a murder in Hayes

Detectives investigating a murder in Hayes have made two further arrests.

A 26 year old man and a 22 year old woman have been arrested on suspicion of supplying controlled drugs.

They have both been bailed to return on a date in mid-June pending further enquiries.

44 year old Harjit Singh Dulai died after suffering from a stab wound near tennis courts in Rosedale Park.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:18 pm  

Proposals on the regeneration of Hounslow Town Primary School, as well as 284 new homes, are currently under consultation

The proposals will help Hounslow Council to meet the rising demand for school places and affordable houses in the borough.

The plans include an enlarged primary school, modern educational facilies, new jobs as well as 40 percent of the new homes being affordable.

The public are invited to the school on Saturday the 6th of May to review the plans, before Countryside Properties submit the planning permission.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

A spokesman for BHS says the retailer is entering into administration.

11 thousand jobs will be affected.

The chain has stores across the country including branches in Kingston, Sutton, Woking and Staines


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

Kew Gardens will release a ground-breaking report on the state of the world's plants.

It will highlight the global status of plants as well as identifying important and emerging issues.

The report will also include description of the world's plants, the global threat to them and also policies and international trade.

The first output of the Kew 2020 Science strategy, will be out on the 10th of May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:05 pm  

It's the final week for people in the Surrey Downs area to have their say on how community hospital services are to be delivered in the future

The Clinical Commissioning Group has been consulting with local people since January.

It’s about 5 community hospitals including Cobham, Leatherhead, and new Epsom and Ewell Community Hospital.

The local NHS group are encouraging as many people as possible to complete questionnaires or give views.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:04 pm  

Surrey has a new High Sheriff.

Richard Whittington from Chobham will be taking over from Elizabeth Kennedy for 2016-17.

High Sheriffs are appointed by The Queen, and their role is to support crime prevention agencies, the emergency services and the voluntary sector.

As well as this, Richard Whittington is interested in youth opportunities.

He will be working to promote things such as work experience and internships that help young people to get into work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:02 pm  

The so-called ‘Croydon Cat killer’ is feared to have struck again

Welfare group South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty says one cat was found in Thornton Heath and another was found in Mottingham hours later.

Up to fifty animals have been slaughtered across the capital over the past few years, and are thought to be victims of the same killer.

Police are urging anyone with information to contact them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:01 pm  

Firefighters have tackled a blaze in Brixton this morning

A wooden shed was destroyed in the fire which began in the early hours in Styles Gardens.

No one was injured and residents at the property were advised to move to safety.

The cause of the fire is believed to be accidental, possibly caused by incense sticks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:01 pm  

Talks to prevent a further strike by Southern rail conductors are to be held on Friday

The current 24-hour walkout by members of the RMT union is due to end in around an hour.

The action is in protest at the introduction of driver-only trains.

Two further strikes have been announced for the 10th and 12th of May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

World War Two airman is commemorated

A World War Two RAF airman from Croydon is among ten to be remembered in a ceremony at a German war cemetery.

The remains of 31 year old Flight Sergeant Reginald Joseph Collens and the other crew members of a Lancaster JB640 have only recently been identified.

The aircraft took off for Berlin on the 2nd of January 1944 and was never heard from again.

New headstones were carved to replace those which previously had no names.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 pm  

A member of the Cobham Rugby team is about to make history.

Josh Brown has played 119 games for the team and is about to be the first player to make an international appearance while playing for Cobham.

He’s flying to Kiev to represent Sweden in their match against Ukraine on Saturday, after the Swedish RFU contacted him just over a month ago.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 pm  

Surrey County Council have agreed on plans to build over 600 additional places at primary schools

Linda Kemeny, the Cabinet Member for Education, explains the expansions:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

If you’re partial to a spot of mushroom picking in Richmond or Bushy Parks, you might want to think again

Foragers are being warned they face prosecution by Royal Parks if they continue.

Bylaws prevent people picking mushrooms without permission.

80 people have so far received police warnings and two have been prosecuted for the offence in the last five years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:56 pm  

Father calls for tighter online gambling controls

A young accountant who died after jumping from an office building, was torn apart by addiction according to his father.

An inquest has heard debts led 23 year old Joshua Jones, who lived in Clapham, to kill himself at the MoreLondon Complex last July.

The Surrey University student had won a job with PwC, one of the world’s most prestigious accounting firms.

But his father Martin, says he was leading a double life, and is now calling for tighter online gambling controls.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:50 pm  

Smell causes evacuation in Wimbledon Village

Fire fighters were called to investigate an unknown smell in a number of houses in Marryat Road in Wimbledon Village last night.

They found high level readings of the chemical styrene – which is used in building instillation foam.

Around 11 people from three affected properties were evacuated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:11 pm  

Residents hoping people power will prevail once again in New Malden



Residents in the Groves area of New Malden are pulling together once again to try and save a petrol station which has been serving them for over 20 years.

Shell sold off its station in Coombe Road, as it claimed it was not used enough, something residents vehemently deny.

A previous application to develop by Frontier Estates Limited was turned down after some residents vented their anger that they hadn't even been told a consultation was taking place.

A new consultation is now being held.

Frontier, based in Marylebone wants to demolish existing petrol filling station and construct part four, part three, part two storey building containing 21 new dwellings and 52 sqm of commercial floorspace (Class A2/B1) at ground floor, with associated access, parking and infrastructure.

But people living nearby say the roads are already too congested because of the station and three nearby schools, and the build isn't in keeping with the largely Victorian surroundings.

Frontier says Vectos (a transport planning company) has been appointed by Frontier Estates Ltd to provide traffic and transport advice in relation to a change of use development at Coombe Road Service Station.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

An MP has been forced to resign as private secretary to the shadow chancellor after calling for "Israel to be relocated to the US"

Naz Shah, the MP for Bradford West, works closely with the John McDonnell, the MP for Hayes and Harlington.

She has apologised for the offence caused over a series of social media posts, made before she was elected to parliament in 2014.

There are calls for Shah, who is being accused of anti - semetism, to resign completely.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:23 am  

Driverless cars to be trialled in London

A limited number of driverless cars will take to the streets of London early next year in the most ambitious trial of the technology in the UK.

That’s according to manufacturer Volvo, who say it will be the first time members of the public will be recruited to get behind the wheel of the vehicles on public highways.

The scheme will be extended in 2018 to up to 100 vehicles.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:37 am  

Carshalton MP calls for a change in the law

Tom Brake is today calling for a change in the law to give more power and protection to millions of private sector tenants.

The Lib Dem MP for Carshalton and Wallington wants to scrap unfair letting fees for tenants and require all landlords to register.

He’s also wants to reduce the time taken to prosecute private landlords who don’t maintain their properties to the right standards.

He says ‘It is unacceptable that in 2016 millions of people still suffer daily from substandard housing and are victims of abusive rogue property-owners’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:26 am  

The #LondonMayor2016 interviews part III. Today it's The Green Party's #SianBerry

It’s day three of our series looking into how the London Mayoral candidates would solve the housing crisis.

Jackie’s Lucy Mayer caught up with the Green Party’s Sian Berry on a visit to Ham.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

AFC Wimbledon remain in final play off spot despite loss to Pompey

A former AFC Wimbledon striker came back to haunt them tonight.

Michael Smiths first half strike was enough to ensure Portsmouth ran out 1 0 victors at Kingsmeadow.

The win for Pompey secures them the third play off spot.

Wimbledon still remain in the final place of the play offs, with one win from their final two games will see them join tonight's opponents.

Elsewhere in the Championship Brentford went down 2-0 away at Hull City.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 am  

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Trial continues for Sutton father who is facing charges relating to the death of his daughter

The Old Bailey’s heard the man accused of killing his daughter in Sutton made her home environment “toxic.”

Ben Butler is accused of killing six year old Ellie at the family home in Westover Close in October.

The jury heard how she lived in a "toxic" environment due to her father’s volatile temper.

The 36-year-old denies murder and a separate charge of child cruelty.

Ellie's mother also denies a child cruelty charge relating to a shoulder injury. The trial continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:18 pm  

Police appeal for help to trace missing Ealing teenager



Police are appealing for help to find a teenage girl missing from Ealing.

Lauren Brogde, 13, was last seen by a family member at 10.40 this morning.

She’s white, 5ft tall, of slim build with long brown hair and she wears glasses.

Lauren is not believed to have any money with her.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 pm  

Man guilty of sex attacks on women on their doorsteps in and around Clapham



A man has been convicted of seven sexual assaults following a series of attacks in the space of ten days targeting women in Clapham and Brixton Hill.

28 year old Mehdi Midani, of no fixed address, was found guilty of six counts and admitted a seventh at Inner London Crown Court.

He was also found guilty of common assault and will be sentenced on Thursday.

Investigating officer Detective Constable Tony Carr, from the Met's Serious and Complex Case Team, part of the Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command, said:

"Midani caused enormous fear and distress to the local community as he carried out his spate of attacks, with four recorded in just one day.

A public appeal was crucial to our investigation and led to information being provided that quickly led to Midani's arrest.

I would like to thank the local community for their support and help during our inquiry and hope they are reassured by the news that Midani has now been convicted and faces imprisonment."

Midani first struck on Thursday, the 22nd of October 2015.

At 9pm, he followed a 32-year-old woman along Trent Road before placing his hand up her dress. The victim reported the incident to officers.

On Monday, the 26th of October Midani attacked two women.

At 7.05pm he grabbed a 35-year-old woman from behind in Arodene Road, in Clapham as she walked home.

At 8.15pm CCTV footage was captured along nearby Roseberry Road which showed a 26-year-old woman attempting to enter her home address.

Midani approached her from behind and assaulted her before she was able to raise the alarm.

On Wednesday, the 28th of October Midani targeted four women.

At 7.20pm a 28-year-old woman was approaching her home along Southwell Road, Brixton, when Midani grabbed her. She screamed and he fled the scene.

At 9.24pm, a 29-year-old woman was close to her home in Doverfield Road, Brixton, when she was grabbed by Midani. This was treated as a common assault.

At 10.20pm, a 31-year-old woman was heading home when she was pushed by Midani into a nearby block of flats along Sudbourne Road. She was sexually assaulted before he ran away.

At 11.30pm, a 32-year-old woman in Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, was approached by behind before Midani put his hand up her skirt.

On Saturday, the 31st of October, police were called shortly after 5.40pm to Edithna Street.

A woman had been approached from behind by Midani, who proceeded to touch her on the backside multiple times. The woman called for help and Midani fled.

As the number of incidents increased, officers launched a public appeal for help and information as well as collating CCTV and following up many lines of enquiry.

Police stepped up patrols in the area and public safety advice was issued, encouraging women to be vigilant and take care in the area.

The public appeal prompted many calls to the incident room and information bring provided that led to Midani's arrest and charge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:58 pm  

Kingston doctor speaks out as junior doctors go on strike

David Cameron's told junior doctors in England they're 'wrong' to stage the first all-out strike in NHS history.

The Prime Minister's backed the health secretary over the row about new contracts.

Dr Naz Jivani is chair of Kingston's Clinical Commissioning Group.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:52 pm  

One of Leicester City’s players has narrowly escaped decapitation

19 year old Demarai Gray ran out of his helicopter, which had landed at Battersea Heliport, before the rotors had stopped turning.

Horrified team mates and stewards screamed out at him, forcing him to make a u-turn, before escorting him to safety.

Details of the incident just before the Professional Footballers’ Association Awards on Sunday night have just been revealed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:02 pm  

MP cites animal welfare as reason to "stay in UK"

Carshalton and Wallington's MP wants to stay in the EU, highlighting the protection of animal rights as one of the positive benefits.

Tom Brake believes the EU-wide minimum standards to tackle animal cruelty are “more important than ever.”

EU laws protect millions of animals from confinement, cosmetics-related cruelty and farm animal cloning.

He says if Britain leaves the EU, the government could come under significant pressure to weaken or remove standards on animal protection.

Meanwhile, pro "Brexiteer" and MP for Epsom and Ewell Chris Grayling, will host a Q&A with students in the borough on Thursday night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Prize money for the men's and ladies' singles at Wimbledon will be £2million for the first time

That's an increase of almost 6.5%

The All England Club's announced the total prize fund is up £28.1 million.

Gentlemen’s Wheelchair Singles and Ladies’ Wheelchair Singles events will also be held at Wimbledon for the first time.

The eight-draw singles will start on the 7th of July, concluding with the Ladies’ Wheelchair Singles final on the 9th of July and the Gentlemen’s Wheelchair Singles final on the 10th of July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Sunbury dad completes marathon with broken foot



It’s been revealed a dad from Sunbury dressed as Iron Man, completed the final 23 miles of the London Marathon with a broken foot.

Paul Chandler was running on behalf of Shooting Star Chase when he fractured his heel, less than 3 miles into the race.

The charity is close to the runner's heart as it's supported his son Dominic for the last 7 years with his condition, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

Despite the injury he finished in an impressive time of 4 hours and 40 minutes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

Builder fined for using photocopied disabled parking permit in Croydon

A builder has been fined after using a photocopy of his father's disabled parking permit while working in central Croydon.

42-year-old Adam Mansfield claimed he'd been driving his father, who was the registered owner of the Blue Badge.

But his father admitted to the council's fraud team that he wasn't with him at the time.

Mansfield was fined 150 pounds and ordered to pay £200 in prosecution costs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:52 pm  

A blind woman from Roehampton is taking Uber to court for discrimination

Despite explaining her situation to the drivers over the phone, Jade Sharp was repeatedly turned down because of her guide-dog.

Although legally obliged to take service animals, nine drivers refused to take Jade, saying they wouldn’t allow so-called “pets” in their cars.

The 23 year old explains how it made her feel.



Uber is yet to comment to us.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:55 pm  

CCTV released after burglary in Claygate





Police investigating a burglary in Claygate have released CCTV of man they would like to speak to.

Maximus, a 22-week-old Cocker Spaniel puppy, was stolen after thieves broke into the address in Red Lane in December but was later located and returned to his owners.

The thieves also stole two iPads and a selection of costume jewellery from the house.

Two men and a woman all in their 20s have been arrested in connection with the investigation and released on bail until June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:44 pm  

Wimbledon prize money goes up

Prize money for the men's and ladies' singles at Wimbledon will be 2-million pounds for the first time.

That's an increase of almost 6-and-a-half percent.

The All England Club's announced the total prize fund is up 28-point-1-million pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 pm  

Another high street chain in trouble

Austin Reed has appointed administrators, putting nearly 1,200 jobs at risk.

Talks to find a buyer for the clothing retailer have failed.

The chain operates around 155 stores, including a branch in Kingston’s Bentall Centre.

The firm is expected to continue trading while a rescue deal is sought.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:44 pm  

Southern strike

Passengers on Southern railway are facing more than 24 hours of disruption due to a strike by conductors over their role and driver-only trains.

Members of the RMT union walked out at 11am, although services were reduced three and a half hours before then.

Southern plans changes to the role of conductors which will see responsibility for operating the doors switched to the driver.

Some routes are not operating others such as from Clapham Junction to Gatwick will have a reduced service, and some trains will stop at about 6pm,

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:31 am  

Susan Boyle has a spot of bother at Heathrow

Singer Susan Boyle has been involved in a disturbance at Heathrow Airport.

Police say they were called to reports of a distressed woman in a lounge at Terminal 5 yesterday afternoon.

The 55-year-old is now heading back to Scotland.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 am  

Police appeal after assault in Croydon

Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenage girl was sexually assaulted in Croydon.

The 15 year old and a friend were approached by two men near some shops on Addington Road in the afternoon of April the 13th.

One of the men assaulted the girl and then walked away - they are described as Eastern European and in their mid to late 20s.

Officers would like to speak to anyone who was in the area or on a Route 433 bus that was passing at the time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 am  

The #LondonMayor2016 interviews part II. Today it's Labour's #SadiqKhan

Many are saying the contest for the position of London Mayor is a two horse race between two South West London MPs.

For the second instalment in our housing crisis series, Lucy Mayer has been chatting with one of them; Labour’s Sadiq Khan.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Orleans House Gallery in Twickenham will open a new exhibition on Thursday

Artists with emotional health issues will be taking part in a moving exhibition in Twickenham.

Art & Soul: Flow of Life will be held at Orleans House Gallery and opens this Thursday and is free to the public.

It will feature more than 100 artists, who have been invited to exhibit one work of art in any medium, which explores the ups and downs of life.

It will be displayed in the Stables Gallery until the 12th June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 am  

Police are growing concerned for the welfare of a teenager missing from Shepperton

Police are appealing for help to find a teenager who is missing from Shepperton.

16 year old Ayan Omar is Somalian and also goes by the name Mary. She was last seen at her home address at around 1pm on Sunday.

She is black, 5ft 7 tall with curly, shoulder-length reddish black hair and was wearing a black dress when she went missing.

Ayan is also well-known to the Hounslow, Feltham and Southall areas.

Anyone who has any information should get in contact with police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Monday, 25 April 2016

The trial continues for a Sutton father who is facing charges relating to the death of his daughter

A Sutton father is said to have become hostile and aggressive to police after his 6 year old daughter died at St. George’s Hospital in Tooting.

Ben Butler denies charges of murder and child cruelty in a trial at the Old Bailey and claimed he was a victim after being convicted of harming Ellie in 2007.

He won an appeal and got his daughter back from foster care 11 months before her death in October 2013.

His partner, Jennie Gray has pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice but denies a charge of child cruelty.

The trial continues tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 pm  

Missing Shepperton girl

Surrey police are asking for help to find a teenage girl who’s gone missing from Shepperton.

16 year old Ayan Omar was last seen at her home around 1 pm yesterday (Sunday).

She’s Somalian and also goes by the name of Mary. She’s black, 5 foot 7 inches tall, with curly shoulder length, reddish black hair.

She’s known to frequent Hounslow, Feltham and Southall.

If you can help, please contact police on 101 quoting reference 45160033706.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:40 pm  

Sentence for South Norwood kidnapping

A man who kidnapped and pistol whipped another man in South Norwood has been jailed for 11 years.

Fitzroy Masters was found guilty after a five week trial at Croydon Crown Court for the attack on the 37 year old victim on the 5th of October last year.

The Defendant had arranged to meet the victim in Chalfont Road and then ambushed him with a group of men and a woman.

They bundled the victim into a car and assaulted him before dumping him out of the car onto the road.

Masters was given 8 years for GBH, 3 for the kidnap, to run concurrently, and another 3 years for possession of a firearm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 pm  

Junior doctors prepare to walk out again



Senior medical leaders are asking David Cameron to step in to break the stalemate between junior doctors in England and the government over a new contract.

They'll go on all-out strike, including emergency care, from 8am to 5pm tomorrow and Wednesday.

This is the advice from St George's in Tooting, South West London's busiest hospital.

We will need to cancel and reschedule non-urgent operations and outpatient appointments. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

However we will be providing the full range of emergency, intensive and maternity care in our hospitals on these days. This care will be provided by our consultants from all our specialities, supported by a range of medical, nursing and allied health professionals.

If you have a scheduled appointment on 26th or 27th April:

All patients affected by the cancellations will be contacted by the trust. If you aren’t contacted, your operation or appointment will go ahead as planned. If you are unsure or have any concerns, please phone the number on your hospital letter and the relevant department will be able to advise you.

Please use services wisely

As stated above, patients in need of urgent and emergency care during the industrial action will continue to receive the treatment they need.

As always, please use emergency services wisely. Where appropriate, please consider alternatives to A&E such as visiting a local GP or pharmacist calling NHS 111, or using the NHS Choices website.

We will be providing regular updates about the industrial action via Twitter.


Meanwhile, bosses at Epsom and St Helier hospitals have issued the below statement.

Our hospitals and staff are likely to be very busy during this period, and as always, we are asking people to only come to our A&E departments in an emergency.

We are working hard to keep any disruption to services to an absolute minimum. If there are changes to an appointment that you have arranged at our hospitals on any day of action, we will contact you. If you do not hear from us, please assume your appointment remains unchanged.


Kingston Hospital has this advice.

Residents are being encouraged to plan ahead and know where to go for medical help as junior doctors in south west London and Surrey gear up for the next round of NHS strikes.

Junior doctors will be providing no cover, including in emergency care, between 8am and 5pm on Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 April as the dispute over the government’s new junior doctors contract continues.

However, other clinicians will continue to provide patient care during this time.

Kingston Hospital has a robust plan in place to manage during the two days of industrial action. The Hospital’s priority is ensuring that inpatients continue to receive high quality care and there are medical staff in A&E to treat patients in an emergency.

Residents are being asked to help their local NHS during the industrial action by being aware of the range of NHS services that will not be affected by the strike action.

GPs, pharmacists and the NHS 111 free phone service will continue to work as normal, meaning that help is at hand if residents need urgent medical advice.

However, if it is an emergency, residents shouldn’t hesitate to visit A&E during the hours of the strike to ensure they receive the best care.

If you look after vulnerable groups – such as the elderly, young children or people with long-term conditions – you should take steps to ensure you know what to do if they need medical attention on 26 and 27 April.


Doctors at Ashford at St Peter's Hospital have this advice.

Medical Director, David Fluck said: Robust contingency plans are being put in place to ensure that patients are safe at all times during these strike days and we would like to reassure people that patient safety is our top priority.

If the strike action goes ahead, we will continue to provide full emergency services, but this will mean that a number of our outpatient appointments and a small number of elective surgeries will need to be rescheduled to ensure patient safety. We apologise in advance for this disruption.

We will be contacting patients who are affected. However, if you have an appointment on one of these days and you have not been contacted to reschedule, please attend your appointment as normal.


The message is leave A&E for those who really need it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

Planned strikes by London underground drivers on the Piccadilly line tomorrow and Thursday have been suspended

Stations affected would have included Hounslow, Osterley, Hatton Cross and Heathrow Terminals.

Members of the RMT union were due to stage two 24-hour walkouts in a dispute over industrial relations.

It says enough progress has been made in talks to call all action off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

The man dubbed the “Shepherd's Bush Cop Killer” could be sent back to prison according to reports today

Harry Roberts is accused of cashing in on his notoriety.

Pictures obtained by the Sunday People appear to show Roberts signing police mug-shots for “fans” at £100 each.

He spent 48 years behind bars for the killings of three police officers in 1966 near Wormwood Scrubs prison and was released in 2014.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:02 pm  

The notorious "Croydon cat Killer" is now believed to have struck in four counties outside London

It’s thought the culprit, or culprits, have murdered over 150 pets in the Home Counties.

Dozens of animals have been found in and around South West London since October, many with body parts missing.

The warning from animal charities is that this is not a problem that is only affecting Croydon.

The perpetrator was dubbed the Croydon Cat Killer because that’s where the first incidents were reported; but police aren’t ruling out a mimic killer.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:17 pm  

Do any of these bikes belong to you or someone you know?



Police are seeking to find the rightful owners of three bicycles recovered during a drugs warrant at an address in Wallington

Officers found them during the search on a property in Queen's Road, on Friday the 15th of April.

Police believe the bikes, which include a distinctive Audi bicycle, may have been stolen.

If any of them belong to you or you have any information about who they do belong to, please contact Wallington North Safer Neighbourhoods Team on 020 8721 2495 or email: [email protected]



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 pm  

Spate of thefts from cars prompts police warning

Police are urging drivers to remove property from their cars and to make sure they are secured before leaving them unattended.

The advice follows 11 thefts from vehicles in Worcester Park, Sutton, Cheam and Wallington over a period of four days leading up to this morning.

Items stolen include number plates, tools, a wallet, a sat nav and cash and many of the offences involved smashing or removing car windows.

Officers are advising people to take extra care, making sure to activate any security devices and double-check the doors are locked if using a fob.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:54 pm  

Woman dies in a fire in Carshalton

A woman has died in a house fire in Carshalton.

Fire fighters were called yesterday afternoon to reports of smoke coming from a terraced house in St John’s Road.

Crews found a pan on the cooker which was smoking and removed it to the garden.

A woman was found unconscious in the hallway but sadly she was later confirmed dead at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:26 pm  

Two man jailed after knife fight in Croydon

Two men have been jailed for a total of 19 years following a knife fight at a Croydon tramstop.

20 year olds Tevin Nzita-Seke, and Jermayne Williams pulled knives on each other during a fight at the Blackhorse Lane tramstop in February last year.

Members of the public looked on in horror as the men lashed out at each other - one passer-by had to duck out of the way to avoid injury.

Nzita-Seke was left with five stab wounds to his arm and neck – he was rushed to hospital and arrested on the day he was discharged.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:46 am  

Announcement made on BHS

A spokesman for BHS says the retailer is entering into administration.

11 thousand jobs will be affected.

The chain has stores across the country including branches in Kingston, Sutton, Woking and Staines
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:55 am  

Police appeal for more witnesses after murder in Tooting



A week on from the murder of Lewis Elwin in Tooting, detectives are returning to the scene to appeal for more witnesses to come forward.

Officers will be handing out appeal leaflets and speaking to members of the public today in Moyser Road and Penwortham Road.

20 year old Lewis died after he was stabbed last Monday afternoon.

police say it’s a busy residential area and they are confident more people would have seen or heard something.

A £10,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to a conviction.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 am  

Police renew an appeal following theft in Wandsworth



Police are renewing their appeal for help to identify a man captured on CCTV during a robbery on a bus in Wandsworth last October.

The victim of the theft had withdrawn a large amount of money from a bank before boarding the route 295 bus on Plough Road.

A man who got on at the same stop, followed the 65 year old to the back of the bus and grabbed him before stealing an envelope containing the cash.

The suspect’s described as black and about 6ft tall.

He was unshaven and wearing a black coat, black trousers and grey trainers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 am  

The #LondonMayor2016 Interviews part I. Today it's the Lib Dem's #CarolinePidgeon

With less than a fortnight until Londoners go to the polls to select a new Mayor, the race for City Hall is nearly over.

This week, we’re looking at the candidates’ plans for sorting the housing crisis.

Lucy Mayer has been on the campaign trail with today’s candidate, the Lib Dem’s Caroline Pidgeon.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Body found in search for missing Tadworth man

A body believed to be that of missing Tadworth man Lee Taylor has been found in the Dorking area.

The body was found at about 11.25pm last night.

Surrey Police had been searching for 48-year-old Lee since Saturday night.

His wife died unexpectedly earlier that day and his silver Peugeot 407 was discovered yesterday evening.

Formal identification is yet to take place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 am  

Advertising watchdog challenges Heathrow claims

Pro-airport expansion group Back Heathrow has breached advertising rules with a claim that most people living near the airport support expansion.

The Advertising Standards Authority has told the group not to repeat last autumn’s advert or its key claims made unless it possesses “robust substantiation" for them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 am  

Sunday, 24 April 2016

Virginia Water "Machete man" hunted by Surrey Police

Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses following a major disturbance in Virginia Water yesterday afternoon.

The incident took place in the car park behind the Piccolino's restaurant in London Road around 5 o’clock

Two men are believed to have caused damage to a vehicle using metal poles. A third man is then believed to have attacked one of the others with a machete, causing significant hand injuries.

A 46 year old and a 25-year-old man have been arrested in connection with this incident and remain in police custody.

Machete man fled the scene and is thought to have stopped a number of cars including a red Ferrari to try and get a lift to the station.

DS Andy Jenkins, leading the investigation, said: "At this time of day there would have been a lot of people around and we’re really keen to speak to anyone who witnessed any of the events, especially the drivers of the cars the third man stopped”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 pm  

Hard times at BHS

Department store BHS could be going into administration as early as tomorrow, with the possible loss of up to 11,000 jobs.

BHS have 164 stores across the country including Kingston, Sutton, Croydon, Woking, Staines and Ealing but 88 years of trading could be coming to an end.

The group was sold last year for £1 by entrepreneur Sir Philip Green.

Clare Rayner, a retail expert who worked for BHS in the 1990’s, says they just haven’t stayed competitive.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:47 pm  

11-year old from Carshalton took part in the mini marathon today


The London Marathon saw thousands of runners take to the streets this morning, but before that was the mini marathon - a chance for children to take part.

11-year old Rachel Moran from Carshalton completed the 3 miles, representing Sutton borough.

Rachel ran the mini marathon today for Sutton borough, and she spoke to us after the race.

She told Jackie about the atmosphere, what she saw along her route, and her goals for next year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 pm  

Share your experience with South East Coast Ambulance Service

The South East Coast Ambulance Service is asking the public for their views about the services it provides.

Next month, health regulators are set to undertake a review of the services and inspect care provided.

You’re invited to share your experience of the care SECAmb provides via the Care Quality Commission’s website CQC.org.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 pm  

Harlequins power into European Challenge Cup Final

The rain pelted down for the late kick-off Friday night in south west London but it did not dampen the spirits of the both the home and visiting support.

A place in the final of the European Rugby Challenge Cup was the prize that awaited the victor.

Grenoble kicked off proceedings. Within two minutes Harlequins had an attacking line-out just outside the opposition 22. The visitors stole possession and kicked it away, back into the waiting arms of the host's fallback.

Harlequins made strides back but a knock-on handed a scrum to Grenoble. The strength of the Quins' set piece earned the hosts a free kick, and they opted for another scrum. Once again their domination shone through and Quins earned a penalty.

Captain Danny Care signalled to the posts and Botica kicked the first points of the game: Harlequins 3 – 0 Grenoble after 6 minutes.

A long kick restarted play then an aerial battle ensued until Brown gathered the high ball and ran to cheers from the stands.

An attempted cross-field kick found its way into the arms of Grenoble despite a strong chase by Visser. Turnover ball was achieved by the hosts which in turn earned them a penalty. After 20 minutes Grenoble found themselves forced into a substitution as Hunt underwent a head injury assessment.

Quins Hooker Joe Gray found his mark in the line-out. The hosts recycled the ball well despite strong challenges by Grenoble at the break-down. An opening appeared on the left wing and both Visser and Wallace were calling for the ball. Botica made his long pass count.

Visser received the ball then passed to the steam-train that was Jamie Roberts whose speed left the defence standing in their tracks. It was not the most elegant of swallow-dives however the inside centre scored the first try of the game. Botica added the conversion: Harlequins 10 – 0 Grenoble 12 minutes gone.

The restart was gathered well by the hosts and fancy footwork from Botica brought Quins out of their own 22 before a knock-on under tackle handed a scrum to Grenoble.

The visitors then earned a penalty and opted for the posts, Wisniewski opening their points tally: Harlequins 10 – 3 Grenoble after 15 minutes.

Botica kicked the restart high allowing his teammates to challenge for the ball. They were successful, knocking it backwards to keep possession. The referee John Lacey was playing advantage and Care 'dropped' the ball, allowing another shot between the uprights.

Three minutes after Grenoble put points on the board the boot of Botica gave Quins another 3 points: Harlequins 13 – 3 Grenoble.

The visitors earned a line-out in the host's half shortly after the restart. Quins stole the ball in the set-piece and formed a maul. They were gaining ground and earned a penalty after the maul collapsed. Botica kicked long for a line-out inside Grenoble's 22.

It was well taken, another maul formed and they tried to break. Frantic defence by Grenoble forced the Quins' forwards to grab and drive.

A loose pass was kicked away by the visitors and a chase ensued to reclaim the ball: Danny Care made it back, toppling in the process. He dusted himself off before box-kicking into touch back inside the visitor's half.

Grenoble took the line-out quickly but used the wrong ball. Play was brought back for their second attempt however it was not thrown straight. Quins had the put-in at the scrum.

As it started to progress forward, the visitors put in a fight and were able to dislodge the ball from Easter's careful care. The Number 8 attempted to regather it however Botica was on-hand to gather and grubber-kick. Visser collected the ball and made strides along the wing before being tackled into touch.

Grenoble won their line-out and kicked long into the waiting arms of Brown who made strides out of his 22. The visitors, however, earned a penalty and doubled their score: Harlequins 13 – 6 Grenoble after 26 minutes.

Clearly work had been done on the training-pitch as Quins once again reclaimed their own restart. They recycled well despite the strong pressure from the visitors. The hosts were pushed back into their own half at one point before moving forward again.

Although Quins lost the ball in an attempt to get it to Visser, it was not long before Grenoble kicked possession away, back to Brown who placed the ball into touch.

Grenoble took a quick line-out and made strides towards the try-line. Chants of 'Harlequins' resonated around The Stoop in support of the hosts who mounted a strong defence. They turned over the ball and kicked for a chase, the ball bobbing into touch just inside their own half.

The visitors secured line-out ball, formed a maul and attempted to break. Their left wing Dupont ran along the touch-line Scrum to Quins as the ball was knocked-on.

Possession changed hands several times and Quins found themselves under pressure with a defensive line-out. They managed to win their set-piece and box-kicked for territory. This allowed Grenoble to come again.

The hosts were able to turn over the ball and kicked high for a chase. The visiting fallback Alpon gathered and gained ground. A knock-on handed a scrum to Quins on the half-way line. Care fed the ball, it was hooked back and kicked into touch to end the first half.

Half Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 13 – 6 Grenoble

The second half got underway from the boot of Botica. He opted to kick long. A good chase from Wallace could not prevent Grenoble claiming the ball. They kicked it back and Quins were awarded a free kick. The fly-half sent it into touch for a line-out just outside the visitor's 22.

Quins retained possession and kept their passing tight. Yarde attempted to break through; Brown was tackled and pushed backwards but was still able to offload. This was a nervy moment for The Stoop faithful however Quins pushed on.

They box-kicked and Grenoble knocked-on whilst trying to gather the high-ball. Advantage was played and the hosts found touch for another line-out in Grenoble's 22.

They recycled the ball well and grubber-kicked short of the try-line. Grenoble collected but Visser was able to bring down the ball-carrier behind the line. The visitors then cleared, Brown received the ball and kicked long.

Grenoble attempted to run it out from deep and were eventually forced to box-kick. Botica returned the favour as another aerial battle ensued.

Yarde decided to run with ball in hand. A knock-on handed a scrum to Grenoble however the strength of Quins once again powered through and Robshaw was able to land on the ball, injuring himself in the process.

The ball was then kicked on for a chase but it ran into touch in the 22. The visitors were able to retain the line-out ball and cleared their lines.

Robshaw was once again in the thick of the action going forward, giving the home side momentum. Grenoble secured a turnover but Danny Care was on hand to kick a loose pass through the visitors and into touch.

A roar erupted from The Stoop as Nick Evans returned to the pitch after recovery from a broken leg, replacing Botica with 30 minutes left to play.

Play resumed with a scrum to Quins in the opposition 22. Suddenly a chorus of 'Come On You Quins' resonated: the fans singing as one once more.

Care to Roberts, they pushed to the 5 metre line. The forwards opted to grab and drive until the ball went back for Evans. Seeing an opportunity, the fly-half executed a well-weighted grubber kick through the defence and over the try-line.

On his return Evans crossed the line and added the downward pressure. He converted his own try in what could only be a dream return 4 minutes from coming on the pitch: Harlequins 20 – 6 Grenoble.

It was a long restart. Quins gathered and Danny Care box-kicked. Grenoble came again. Staunch defence as Lowe and Twomey attempted to prevent the player from going to ground. Despite their efforts, they were unsuccessful on this occasion.

Grenoble were awarded a penalty and kicked for a line-out as Sinckler came on in replacement of Jones after 56 minutes.

The visitors secured the ball and set off a driving maul which made its way over the half-way line. Advantage was being played and so they attempted to break but lost possession. Play returned to the scene of the crime for a line-out inside Quins' 22.

Grenoble gathered and formed another maul. Their scrum-half McLeod ran with ball in hand. Frantic and successful defence by the hosts, winning turnover ball and kicking long.

Clifford came on in place of Easter with a quarter of the game left to play.

A scrum to Quins was then upgraded to a penalty after Grenoble were penalised for failing to hit straight. Evans had the opportunity to increase the host's lead however he pulled the ball wide of the posts.

The restart was gathered well by Quins. They recycled the ball from one wing to the other. Evans attempted a drop-goal but it went wide. No harm done as advantage was being played.

The fly-half had an opportunity to redeem his earlier miss and this time his boot held true: Harlequins 23 – 6 Grenoble after 66 minutes.

Another replacement for Quins as Matthews came on for Twomey.

Scrum to the hosts and they put on another strong performance earning themselves a penalty. Evans, out of practice, sliced the ball into touch rather than neatly placing it further down the pitch.

Quins did win their own line-out, formed a maul and bulldozed through the Grenoble defence. Lowe added the downward pressure after the ball was sent over the try-line. Evans added the conversion. Harlequins 30 – 6 Grenoble with 11 minutes remaining.

A triple substitution for the hosts as Dickson, Ward and Lambert replaced Care, Gray and Marler.

After the restart was returned to the visitors, Grenoble ran with the ball back into Quins' half. They recycled quickly but knocked-on under pressure.

Chisholm joined the pitch in place of Lowe.

On this occasion the Quins' scrum failed handing a penalty to Grenoble. A simple 3 points was not enough for the French side and so they ran with the ball. The hosts, however, put the boot in at the break down and forced Grenoble to back track into their own 22.

They gathered and kicked high. Yarde spilled the ball in worsening rain. Following the scrum, Grenoble passed quickly.

The visiting outside centre Farrell was making an impact until Jamie Roberts put in a thumping tackle.

Quins stole possession and despite the clock having counted down, Yarde attempted to run the ball. Shouts of 'kick it out' came from the stands and eventually the ball went dead.

The whistle blew and Harlequins were into the European Challenge Cup Final.

Full Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 30 - 6 Grenoble


Harlequins will attempt to secure their 4th Challenge Cup title in Lyon when they face Montpellier on Friday 13th May.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

New Malden petrol station is under threat again

The future of a much loved petrol station in New Malden is once again under threat.

Residents unanimously rejected plans for a Sainsbury’s supermarket and housing development on the Shell garage site in Coombe Road last year.

But new revised plans have now been submitted to the council.

Shell says the garage, which has been there for over 20 years, is not used enough to justify keeping it, something residents disagree with.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Weir from Wallington comes third in the London Marathon wheelchair race

David Weir, who was born in Wallington has missed out on a record seventh title as he finished third in the men’s wheelchair race this morning.

The British Paralympic champion was narrowly beaten by Marcel Hug of Switzerland and Australian Kurt Furnley in a sprint finish on The Mall.

27-year old Tatyana McFadden of the USA won the women’s race for a fourth consecutive year.
Weir says he still has more to give and will be back next year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Concerns grow for man missing from Tadworth


Officers are concerned for the welfare of a man missing from Tadworth and are appealing for help to find him.

48-year old Lee Taylor hasn’t been seen since about 8pm last night, when family members dropped him off at his home.

It is thought that he left his house this morning at about 7am and is believed to be driving a silver Peugeot 407 with the registration KV06 NLR.

Lee is white, 6 ft 2 tall and of stocky build with a bald head.

Anyone with information or who has seen the vehicle described is asked to call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Update - Man wanted in connection with an attack in Stanwell



The hunt continues today for a man wanted in connection with an attack on a woman at a house in Stanwell.

47 year old Patrick Dixon, also known as Robert Paterson, is wanted for questioning over the assault last October.

The incident left the 37-year old victim needing treatment for facial injuries.

To view a picture of Patrick, go to our website radio Jackie dot com slash news
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

CFS celebrates 10th anniversary

A specialist Sutton based service for sufferers of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is marking its tenth anniversary next week.

CFS, which is also known as ME, is characterised by persistent fatigue accompanied by a range of other symptoms.

The Chronic Fatigue Service is based at Sutton Hospital and provides management support for sufferers.

The service will be celebrated at an open day on Thursday at Sutton Hospital between 2 and 4pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:16 pm  

Woking billionaire in Sunday Times Rich List

The Sunday Times Rich List 2016 was published today with four new billionaires, one of them being John Grayken who lives in Woking.

With a fortune of over £4 billion, he heads the US private equity firm Lone Star.

Last year he bought his Woking home, Pyford Court which was used for filming The Omen back in the 70s.

The Rich List charts the wealth of the 1000 richest people in the UK.

Other new entrants to the list include F1 driver Lewis Hamilton and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:33 am  

Sutton woman conned out of £60,000

It’s emerged a 90 year old woman in Sutton has been conned out of £60,000 over ten years.

The pensioner has received and responded to thousands of unsolicited letters and phone calls from the UK and other countries over that time

The elderly woman first got caught up in the postal scam in 2005 when she ordered some make-up advertised in a mail-order catalogue.

Sutton council is warning all residents to be vigilant when replying to mail they don’t recognise.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

Richmond company fights cold callers

New research shows some households are getting as many as 30 nuisance calls a week.

Now, a Richmond based company has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for creating technology that can block up to 95% of them.

The TrueCall technology was created by Richmond Green resident Steve Smith, who used to work in the call centre industry.

He assumed new call centre technology was going to create a nuisance call problem.

His TrueCall technology is now protecting three quarters of a million homes, and is used by police forces and charities.

It combines a digital answerphone with a call screening service like the one offered by BT.

It enables you to accept or reject certain kinds of calls, redirect callers over to the answerphone or simply answer the phone in the usual way.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 am  

Update - Police appeal for witnesses after a collision in Mitcham

Police are appealing for witnesses after a serious collision in Mitcham.

Officers were called to London Road on Friday evening just before 8.50pm to reports of a collision between a pedestrian and a car.

The 49-year old pedestrian suffered serious injuries and remains in a critical condition in a South London hospital.

The driver stopped at the scene and there has been no arrest.

Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision to call the Serious Collision Investigation at Merton on 020 8247 6935.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 am  

Mother forced to leave breast milk at Heathrow before flying

A mother from The States was forced to dump 500 oz of breast milk at security, before boarding a plane at Heathrow.

Jessica Coakley Martinez has said in an open letter that she felt ‘humiliated’ when she had to leave ‘nearly two weeks worth of food’ for her son behind.

Heathrow’s website says exceptions are made, but only if the passenger is travelling with the baby and in this case Ms Martinez wasn’t.

The new rules regarding carrying liquids in hand luggage were brought in in 2006
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Dark chocolate can help in sport - according to Kingston University student

Dark chocolate may give sports enthusiasts an extra boost in their fitness training, according to a new study by Kingston University.

Postgraduate research student Rishikesh Kankesh Patel discovered that it provides similar benefits to beetroot juice, which can improve performance.

The Kingston University Team found that people could effectively exercise for longer after eating dark chocolate than white chocolate.

The study has been published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports nutrition and has opened the door to more research.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 am  

Police growing concerned for teenage girl missing from Walton


Police continue to grow concerned for the welfare of a 14-year old girl missing from Walton.

Martina Eastwood was last seen on Monday at around 7.45pm.

She is described as white, 5ft 6ins tall with long dark brown hair and of chubby build.

She was last seen wearing a blue hooded top, a white strappy t-shirt and denim shorts with blue and white trainers.

Anyone who can help officers locate Martina should call them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:29 am  

Harlequins know who they'll face in the final

Harlequins now know who they’ll face in the final of the European Rugby Challenge Cup.

The Twickenham-based rugby union club booked their place in Lyon after beating Grenoble at The Stoop Friday night.

Quins will now face Montpellier after the French side beat Newport Gwent Dragons by 22 points to 12 in the second semi-final.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:31 am  

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