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Saturday, 7 May 2016

Holly Lodge Centre in Richmond appoints new chairman


There will be a new Chairperson at the head of the Holly Lodge Centre in Richmond: a small charity specialising in activities for people with special needs.

Brigadier Micheal Smythe has been appointed to take over as Chairman of the trustees.

It comes as the current chairman, David Thomas, retires after 20 years in the role.

June Beedham, one of the centre’s trustees, says "We are very grateful for David’s contribution and support over the years."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:15 pm  

Staff at Wormwood Scrubs return
Staff at Wormwood Scrubs in Hammersmith have finished a temporary walk-out over concerns for their safety.

They've been protesting outside the prison in West London since yesterday morning.

The Prison Officers' Association claims employees have been assaulted by inmates and that the jail was "flooded with drugs, mobile phones and weapons".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:07 pm  

Police search for missing teenage girl who was last seen in Shepperton



Police are appealing for help to find a teenage girl who is thought to be travelling across London.

Ayan Omar, 16, was last seen in Shepperton on Saturday 24th April.

Ayan, who likes to be called Mary, is Somali, 5ft 6 tall, and of medium build.

She’s known to frequent Hounslow, Ealing and Uxbridge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

Classical conductor joins fight to keep Croydon's Fairfield Halls open

One of the country’s most respected classical conductors has joined the fight to keep Croydon’s Fairfield Halls open.

Sir Simon Rattle is soon to be musical director of the London Symphony Orchestra.

He says the council’s decision to close the venue for two years for refurbishment will cost 200 jobs and jeopardise its future.

Campaigners are hoping the Fairfield Halls would eventually be home to the London Symphony Orchestra.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 pm  

Tooting school shortlisted for design award

A school in Tooting has been shortlisted for a design award.

Penwortham School has officially opened its new building, which was created specifically for year six pupils.

It was designed with ecology and sustainability in mind and features a green roof and windows which let in lots of natural light.

It’s been shortlisted with five other buildings in the Local Authority Building Control Regional Awards.

The final will be held at the Guildhall on 13th May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:46 pm  

Twickenham fire is a warning for sunny weather

London is set to bask in temperatures hotter than Ibiza and Vegas this weekend.

Fire fighters have issued warnings of grass fires and blazes that are caused by the sun's rays as temperatures reach record levels.

Last year a home in Twickenham was damaged and a dog died after the sun's rays were refracted through a Nutella jar onto window blinds.

London has seen 259 barbecue fires, 8595 grass fires and 117 fires caused by the sun's rays in the last five years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 am  

Results of Surrey's Police and Crime Commissioner election

Conservative David Munro has been elected as Surrey’s new Police and Crime Commissioner after beating the sitting Commissioner.

Combining both first and second preference votes, he received 100,122 votes.

Coming in second place, Kevin Hurley who was commissioner from 2012 ran as Zero Tolerance. He collected a total of 57,681 votes.

The overall turnout in Surrey was just over 28%.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 am  

Friday, 6 May 2016

East Molesey man jailed for assault last September

A man from East Molesey who was sought by police in connection with an assault in Kingston last September has been jailed.

24 year old Tim Reddin was sentenced at Kingston Crown Court for one count of GBH, one count of ABH and possession with intent to supply drugs.

Reddin, of Walton Road committed the GBH in September whilst on bail for the other two offences which occurred the previous May.

He pleaded guilty to all three charges.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 pm  

Tooting MP Sadiq Khan is the new London Mayor

London has a new mayor.

Tooting MP and Labour candidate Sadiq Khan has won the Election race ahead of Conservative and Richmond Park MP Zac Goldsmith.

He’ll become the first Muslim mayor of London after he emerged as the victor over Mr Goldsmith and 11 other contenders.

Earlier outgoing mayor Boris Johnson thanked the capital for his eight years in office on Twitter

"It's time to sign off from City Hall - it's been the most amazing privilege to be your mayor," he tweeted.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:49 pm  

Who will be London's next Mayor? #LondonMayor


Labour candidate, and Tooting MP, Sadiq Kahn is leading in the London mayoral elections race, provisional counting shows.

It's thought as many as 80%of the votes have been counted.

That means Richmond Park MP, and Conservative, Zac Goldsmith, has in all likelihood been pushed into second place.

First preference votes currently have Mr Khan at 41% and Mr Goldsmith at 36%

The Mayor has control over four major policy areas in London - policing, environment, transport, and housing and planning - and the London Assembly scrutinises the Mayor's policies.

Vote counting at Alexandra Palace, Excel and Olympia, is being done electronically.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

The Old Bailey has heard the 6 year old girl who died in her father’s care in Sutton was "repeatedly absent from school."

Ellie Butler’s father, 36 year old Ben, denies murdering her in October 2013 at the family home in Westover Close.

He and his partner Jennie Gray are also charged with child cruelty.

The court has heard that Ellie’s school was unable to obtain medical notes for her absences.

The trial continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

Plane met by fire crews at Heathrow

A plane en - route from Edinburgh to Heathrow was met by fire crews last night after “shrieking” was heard on board.

One traveller on board the British Airways flight described hearing an “extreme, high-pitched" noise before landing at Heathrow.

The pilot called cabin crew to the cockpit and circled for a while before landing with no problems just before 11pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:41 pm  

Staff at Wormwood Scrubs prison have walked out in a row over health and safety

The move at the site on the edge of Hammersmith, comes after the Prison Officers’ Association reported assaults on staff and said the jail was flooded with drugs, mobile phones and weapons.

The Prison Service said all inmates would remain in their cells and that there was no threat to the wider public.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:38 pm  

The turnout for Surrey Police & Crime Commissioner election is up

Figures show it was 28% this time compared to 15% in 2012.

The turnout was lowest in Epsom and Ewell and also Surrey Heath at around 17% and highest in Woking at 38%.

The result is expected soon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Appeal to identify man following theft



Police have released CCTV footage of a man detectives would to speak to in connection with the theft of a bag at Hatton Cross Bus Station.

At approximately 7pm on Thursday, the 28th of January, a man stole a woman’s red rucksack from a bus stop outside Hatton Cross Bus Station, when it was unattended for a short time.

The suspect took the rucksack into the bus station and walked through and out an exit, making no attempt to hand the bag into staff.

The rucksack contained cash, a laptop and other personal items belonging to the victim.

The footage released today shows a man police would like to speak with entering the bus station.

He is described as white, about 30 years old, of average build with messy brown hair.

At the time of the offence he was wearing a black jacket with a hood, blue jeans and trainers. He also had a dark flat cap.

Detectives are appealing for information from the public today after pursuing a number of lines of inquiry.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:21 pm  

Convicted sex offender missing from Kingston



Police from Kingston are appealing for help to trace convicted sex offender Robert Lloyd who has failed to maintain contact with police.

Lloyd, who also uses the name Bob Steele, is a registered sex offender.

He has not reported as required to the relevant authorities since last Thursday, and has also breached a Sexual Offences Prevent Order.

Lloyd, 66, is described as white. When last seen, he had long hair and a long beard.

He is known to frequent the Kingston, Raynes Park, Wimbledon and Leyton areas. He usually travels by bus.

Anyone who can assist in tracing Lloyd should call officers at Kingston via 101. To remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

Fire in Thornton Heath

Three fire engines and 15 fire-fighters are dealing with a house fire on Stuart Road in Thornton Heath.

The ground floor of a three storey house is alight.

The Brigade was called at 1.52pm. Fire crews from Norbury and Woodside fire stations are on the scene. The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 pm  

New research ship to be named after Richmond's most famous naturalist



A new polar research ship will be named after Sir David Attenborough, despite Boaty McBoatface winning a public poll.

The government's opted to name the vessel in recognition of the Richmond naturalist's work ahead of his 90th birthday on Sunday.

However, the public verdict isn't being totally ignored, one of its remotely-operated submarines will be named Boaty McBoatface instead.

Earlier this week, Sir David was pictured at Kew Gardens, as he filmed with Arboretum Manager Ray Townsend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

Appeal to find missing sisters Shanti and Maya from Surrey



Police are appealing for the whereabouts of two children who have gone missing.

Shanti Harbourne, 12 and her five-year-old sister Maya-Rose Kelly-Johnson have not been seen since Sunday.

They were last seen in Camberley, at 11pm on Sunday.

It is believed they are in the company of their biological mother Angela Kelly.

The sisters are both white. Shanti Harbourne has shoulder length brown hair and is of slim build. She was wearing a black "Batman" top, ripped black bottoms and brown boots.

Maya-Rose Kelly-Johnson is of average height for her age with long brown hair. She was wearing long pink pyjamas with a heart on it and black boots.

They are believed to be in the Camden area. They are also linked to Heathrow and Roehampton.

Anyone with information is asked to call police in Wandsworth 0203 276 2554 or the non-emergency line on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 am  

Election 2016: Counting for London mayor and London Assembly begins

The counting of votes to choose a new London mayor and London Assembly got under way an hour ago.

Counting will take place at Alexandra Palace, Excel and Olympia.

Results will be announced later in the day with the new mayor revealed this evening.

Twelve candidates put themselves forward to become the third person ever to hold the position after Ken Livingstone and Boris Johnson.

The counting of the votes at the three centres in the capital will be done electronically.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 am  

Carl Richardson jailed for starting a fire in Epsom

A man has been jailed for four years and 10 months for starting a fire that caused £1.5m of damage to lorries in a haulage yard in Epsom.

35 year-old Carl Richardson previously admitted two counts of arson at Kingston Crown Court, and was jailed yesterday.

Ten vehicles parked at Penwarden Haulage in Epsom, were damaged, nine beyond repair, last October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 am  

Conservatives retain control of Surrey councils

Results are coming in after elections for several Surrey councils.

The Conservatives have retained control of Tandridge District Council and Runnymede Borough Council.

The results of Elmbridge, Mole Valley and Woking are not due until this afternoon.

Reigate and Banstead's votes will be counted on Saturday.

Elections were also held for Surrey Police and Crime Commissioners.

Seven candidates stood for PCC in Surrey.

The result of the PCC election is expected this afternoon.

The London Mayoral result will also not be declared until later today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 am  

Wimbledon officials get in the shade

Designer sunglasses and pinstripe blazers are part of the new-look uniforms to be worn by Wimbledon court officials at this year’s Championships.

Shades form part of officials attire for the first time in the history of the All England Club.

The collection will debut at the beginning of the tournament on June 27th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 am  

BA boss calls for drone curbs

The boss of British Airways wants the owners of drones in Britain to be put on a register.

Amid fears they could cause plane accidents, Willie Walsh, chief executive of BA owner IAG, has called for the UK to follow in the footsteps of the Irish aviation authorities.

They’ve introduced a record of owners and operators of the remote controlled craft.

Last month an object, initially thought to be a drone, hit a BA flight coming into Heathrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:13 am  

Thursday, 5 May 2016

The race to be #LondonMayor

The polls have now closed in the race to be the next London Mayor.

Boris Johnson's eight year reign will come to an end tomorrow when the result is announced at City Hall.

Gabi Melendez looks back at his terms in office:



Now we look at the main candidates standing:

Lucy Mayer on Conservative Zac Goldsmith:



Gabi Melendez reports on Labour's Sadiq Khan:



Josh Doherty looks at Caroline Pigeon from the Lib Dems:



And he looks at Green Candidate Sian Berry:



Emma Adams looks at Ukip's Peter Wittle:



The full list of candidates is: Sian Berry (Green Party); David Furness (British National Party); George Galloway (Respect); Paul Golding (Britain First); Zac Goldsmith (Conservative); Lee Harris (Cannabis is Safer Than Alcohol); Sadiq Khan (Labour); Ankit Love (One Love Party); Caroline Pidgeon (Liberal Democrats); Sophie Walker (Women's Equality Party); Peter Whittle (UKIP); and Prince Zylinksi (Independent).
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:01 pm  

A young girl was grabbed on her way home from school in Lambeth last week

Detectives from Lambeth are appealing for witnesses after a girl was approached and grabbed by a man on her way home from school.

The 12 year old was approached on Tuesday 26th April at around 3.35pm as she walked along Elmcourt Road in West Norwood.

The man grabbed her by the arm and dragged her a few meters, before reaching inside her jacket for her phone.

He ran off empty handed after she managed to bite his arm.

He’s described as white, wearing a black puffa style jacket and carrying a brown satchel.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:04 pm  

Parking wardens in Sutton are now wearing body cameras


Parking wardens in Sutton are now wearing body cameras to protect them against abuse and violence from drivers.

Police are advising those tempted to be abusive towards parking officers action will be taken against them.

It could result in a fine of £100 for disorder, a caution or a charge and court appearance depending on the severity of the offence.

There have been 11 incidents against wardens, known as Sutton’s civil Enforcement Officers, since the beginning of March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:22 pm  

Hazardous asbestos material left lying in a residential street in Tolworth has finally been removed after over two weeks

Worried residents contacted Kingston council after they found the roof sheetings lying in Broadoaks, which runs behind the Broadway.

Asbestos was widely used as a building material up until 1999 when it was banned due to health implications.

One of the most serious diseases thought to be associated with it, is lung cancer.

The council says the new owners have been contacted and warned.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:52 pm  

Volunteers needed for prestigious #Moonwalk2016



The MoonWalk London, on Saturday the 14th of May, is organised by Woking-based breast cancer charity Walk the Walk.

Thousands of women and men wearing decorated bras will walk through the streets of London from Clapham Common at Midnight, to raise money and awareness for breast cancer.

Walking places are now closed, but volunteers are still needed.

Click here for more details on the roles available and to register as a volunteer .
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:35 pm  

Rare plant discovered in Godalming



A rare and tiny plant has been discovered in Surrey.

The plant known as Shepherds Cress has been discovered on Thursley National Nature Reserve in Godalming.

Similar in appearance to its common relative, Shepherd’s Purse, Shepherd’s Cress is classified as close to imminent threat of extinction.

The reserve manager James Giles who found the plant says He’s been hoping to find the plant at Thursley for years”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:09 pm  

Battersea’s gentle giants that are "constantly overlooked" due to their size



Four of the charity’s chunkiest canines weighing a combined total of 450 lbs are looking for new owners.

Enzo the Dogue de Bordeaux, American Bulldog Cruz and Bromley the Mongrel are together heavier than English rugby prop Kieran Brookes and weigh the same as 800 packs of butter.

The charity has seen an increase in the number of large dogs like Enzo coming into its care, with Dogue de Bordeaux’s doubling last year compared to 2014 and breeds such is Akitas and Alaskan Malamutes rising by around 30%
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:26 am  

Vauxhall track fire



Four fire engines and 21 firefighters and officers were called to a track fire at Vauxhall rail station this morning. The fire affected signalling cabling and as a result the power has been isolated.

There are a number of disruptions to trains in and out of Vauxhall and Waterloo station. As services return to normal passengers are advised to check the latest travel information(opens in a new window) before they travel.

London Fire Brigade Station Manager John Ryan said:

"Once the power was isolated firefighters quickly got to work to tackle the fire.

“We’ve now handed the incident over to rail staff, however an appliance remains on site as a precaution."

The Brigade was called at 0239 and was under control at 0828. Fire crews from Lambeth and Brixton fire engines were at the scene. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

Voters head to the polls across the capital to vote in the London Mayoral elections



Londoners get the chance to vote for the next London mayor today.

Polling stations are now open and will close at 10pm this evening.

The mayoral contest has 12 candidates.

The next Mayor of London will replace Boris Johnson, who has held the post since 2008.

The full list of candidates is: Sian Berry (Green Party); David Furness (British National Party); George Galloway (Respect); Paul Golding (Britain First); Zac Goldsmith (Conservative); Lee Harris (Cannabis is Safer Than Alcohol); Sadiq Khan (Labour); Ankit Love (One Love Party); Caroline Pidgeon (Liberal Democrats); Sophie Walker (Women's Equality Party); Peter Whittle (UKIP); and Prince Zylinksi (Independent).
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:33 am  

Southern are now operating a service to Clapham Junction station

Commuters face delays of up to an hour across south London this morning after a fire at Vauxhall station affected signalling cabling.

As a result - Clapham Junction the country's busiest train station was closed due to overcrowding. Southern are now operating a service to the station.

South West Trains have warned that disruption is expected until the end of the day.

The rail company is putting on replacement bus services in some areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

Clapham Junction station closed due to overcrowding

Commuters face delays of up to an hour across south London this morning after a fire at Vauxhall station affected signalling cabling.

Clapham Junction station is closed due to overcrowding.

South West Trains have warned that disruption is expected until the end of the day.

The rail company is putting on replacement bus services in some areas.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 am  

Voting in Surrey has begun

Voting has begun in elections being held in Surrey.

Polling stations opened their doors at 7am this morning and will close at 10 o’clock tonight.

Across the county, votes are being cast in local council elections in Elmbridge, Mole Valley, Reigate and Banstead, Runnymede, Tandridge and Woking - and the police commissioner is also being elected.

Elsewhere in England, elections are taking place for more than 120 councils and the London Assembly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:40 am  

A fire on tracks at Vauxhall station is causing delays this morning



A fire on the tracks at Vauxhall station is causing major disruption in and out of the city this morning.

It broke out in signalling cables underneath one of the platforms at about 3am.

The power has been isolated to the area and as a result South West Trains into Waterloo are severely delayed.

Services on the Hounslow loop and via Richmond and Kingston are not running and the bus station at Vauxhall has also been closed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:38 am  

Free compost for gardeners in Twickenham

Keen gardeners can get their hands on some free compost at a giveaway in Twickenham.

10 tonnes of compost is up for grabs at the event, which has been organised by Richmond Council, The West London Waste Authority and Veolia.

It aims to inform residents of recycling services in Richmond and also how people can reduce their own food waste.

The event runs from 11-4 on Sunday 15th May at Twickenham embankment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:26 am  

Botica leaves Quins

Ben Botica is to leave rugby union Premiership club Harlequins this summer.

The fly-half is moving to French Top 14 side Montpellier.

On Tuesday, Quins signed Scotland and Wasps number 10, Ruaridh Jackson, for next season.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 am  

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Children unharmed in stolen car

Two young children who were in the back of a car when it was stolen in Surrey were "unharmed" according to police.

The three and four year old were in the Toyota taken from an A3 slip road near the M25 on Tuesday.

A man took the car as he was running away from a crash following a police car chase near Leatherhead.

The children were still in the vehicle when it was found abandoned near the Whiteley Village area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:48 pm  

Father from Sutton on trial for the murder of his 6 year old daughter

The Old Bailey has heard a ‘Peppa Pig’ theory in the trial of a man from Sutton who allegedly killed his 6 year old daughter.

36 year old Ben Butler denies murdering his daughter Ellie by causing ‘catastrophic’ injuries.

Mr Butler’s defence counsel Icah Part QC said Ellie could have fallen watching an episode where Peppa Pig falls and hits her head.

But a post mortem showed she died from a ‘considerable blunt impact to the head’ and not from a short fall from a stool or a chair.

Mr Butler had previously been convicted of assaulting Ellie as a baby but was cleared on appeal. The trial continues
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:51 pm  

Kate Middleton opens new play area at Hampton Court Palace

The Duchess of Cambridge was at Hampton Court Palace today, opening a new children’s play area.

Kate unveiled the Magic Garden, which was designed by award winning architect Robert Myers.

Whilst there, Kate told children of the royal household’s latest pet, a hamster named Marvin, who Princess Charlotte likes as his whiskers tickle her face.



Photo credit: @HRP_palaces
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:26 pm  

The government has been told be more decisive over Heathrow expansion.

That’s according to the commons select committee who have advised ministers to set out a clear date for a third runway.

It comes after years of discussion over whether to create new runways at Heathrow or Gatwick.

The committee has also warned that tentativeness over the decision was leading to ‘uncertainty’ and ‘lost jobs.’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 pm  

Police release CCTV image in connection with Burglary in Hounslow



Officers investigating a burglary in Hounslow have issued CCTV footage of a man they wish to speak to in connection with the offence.

Police were called to reports of a break-in at The Cinnamon Lounge on Twickenham Road in March.

15 hundred pounds in cash was stolen along with bottles of spirits.

The suspect’s white, slim, in his mid-20s, and was wearing a stripped bobble hat, white zipped dark blue jacket with jeans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:02 pm  

People are being invited to have their say on the fire service’s Public Safety Plan for Surrey at meetings across the county.

The ten year plan sets out how firefighters will respond to a bigger number and wider range of call-outs.

The first meeting’s on Saturday at Chertsey fire station. People will get a chance to share their views, meet firefighters and get safety advice.

For anyone who can’t make the meetings, there’s a survey online.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

CF Stear from Berrylands passes away

A greengrocer’s in Berrylands is closing for today after the death of its proprietor.

93 year-old Charlie Stear who was well known in the area, died this morning.

He opened CF and MC Stear Greengrocer’s in Surbiton Hill Park, 53 years ago and worked there until last Christmas when he was taken ill.

He leaves behind his wife Amy and their children - two daughters and a son.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:42 am  

Royal reception to celebrate UK film contribution

British Oscar winners are being invited to a royal reception this evening in London - to celebrate the UK's contribution to film.

Stars including Dame Judi Dench, Sir Michael Caine and Colin Firth will be welcomed by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.

Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs and board members will also be at the event at St James's Palace.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

Man stabbed in Streatham

Police are appealing for witnesses following a stabbing in Streatham.

Emergency services were called around 11 last night to reports of a man suffering stab injuries on Mount Nod Road.

The 21-year-old was taken to a south London hospital where he remains in a critical condition.

At this stage, officers believe the suspect arrived at the scene of the assault in a silver Ford Focus - a number of people are thought to have been in the car with him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:34 am  

Prisoners moved from Holloway as it prepares to close

The first prisoners have been moved to HMP Downview on the outskirts of Banstead in preparation for the closure of Holloway prison.

The biggest women's jail in Western Europe is to shut this summer after being branded inadequate by inspectors.

Downview is to receive 200 women from Holloway, with the rest going to HMP Bronzefield in Ashford.

The Ministry of Justice said the moves will provide more humane surroundings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:24 am  

MPs told to stop 'dithering' on runway decsion

The Government has been told to stop dithering on a decision to award either Heathrow or Gatwick a third runway.

Members of the Transport Select Committee say the delay could affect the UK's economic prosperity.

However ministers have asked for extra reports to look at the impacts of noise and air pollution, as well as factoring compensation costs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 am  

Croydon service receives top honour

A Croydon council run service that helps adults with learning disabilities, mental health problems amongst other support needs has been rated as Outstanding by inspectors.

The Croydon Shared lives scheme was awarded the top accolade by a government agency that inspects social services nationwide.

Its main aim is to give greater Independence to vulnerable adults with highly complex need.

Interim deputy Chief Exec Deborah Ivanova has hailed the work of Croydon Lives Scheme’s manager and staff.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 am  

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Campaign launched to save North Kensington Library

A campaign has been launched to save Kensington’s oldest library which is due to be leased to a private school.

Notting Hill Prep School would pay Kensington & Chelsea Council about £365,000 a year to lease the building.

Residents, who want to keep North Kensington Library in its Grade II listed building in Ladbroke Grove, accuse the council of asset stripping public facilities to give to the private sector.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 pm  

Taxi driver in Staines fined for refusing a fare

Spelthorne Council has prosecuted a taxi driver for refusing a fare whilst working from a rank outside Staines railway station.

Charges were brought against Hamidullah Samim after a complaint from a member of the public.

He was fined £250 with costs of £846 and has had his Hackney Carriage licence revoked.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:36 pm  

New figures suggest 58% of women and 65% of men in England are overweight or obese.

The stats for 2014 from the Health and Social Care Information Centre show there were 811 hospital admissions out of every 100,000 where doctors took note of a patient's obesity.

But Richmond, Kingston, Wandsworth and Hammersmith and Fulham were all featured in the list of areas with the lowest admissions per 100,000 people.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:29 pm  

The Mayor of Hounslow joined guests at a ceremony to display the Rose and Poppy gates at Twickenham stadium for the first time

The gates commemorate the past sacrifices of former England rugby captain Ronald Poulton Palmer, who was killed in World War 1, as well as fellow rugby and army colleagues who lost their lives.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

Police closed part of the M25 in Surrey earlier.

It’s after officers attempted to stop a car travelling on the southbound carriageway.

The car failed to stop when requested by officers before coming to a halt short time later on the hard shoulder of the motorway close to junction 10 Wisley.

It was reported that a number of people had exited and then run from the vehicle.

One person is believed to have run to a nearby slip road and stolen a stopped Toyota vehicle following a brief confrontation with the driver before driving off in the car.

There were two young passengers in the back of vehicle at the time.

The stolen car was found abandoned by officers a short time later in the Whiteley Village area.

The two young passengers were both unharmed.

Surrey Police officers, with support from the helicopter, are currently carrying out an extensive search of the surrounding area as enquiries to locate the people in the vehicle continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:35 pm  

A motorcycle enthusiast has been reunited with his bike after it was stolen from outside an address in Wallington.

The bike had sentimental value after it has been restored with a hand-made stainless steel exhaust and handlebars by the victim’s father years ago.

The 1961 Francis-Barnett motorcycle was found on the former Croydon Airport site and was returned to its owner yesterday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

The Oak Processionary Moth is back with a vengeance

Britain is once again being invaded by a plague of toxic caterpillars whose hairs can trigger asthma attacks, fevers and severe skin rashes.

Oak Processionary Moths have been spotted in Hounslow, Wandsworth, Kingston and Richmond - it’s feared they could spread nationwide.

Each caterpillar has 63,000 hairs and health experts have warned you don't even need to be in direct contact to be affected as the hairs can be carried on the wind.

The moths first invaded the UK from mainland Europe in 2005 after oak trees were imported from Holland.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:45 pm  

Merton Police appeal for help tracing thief




Police are appealing for any information about a vehicle theft that took place in Wimbledon.

A white man wearing a green waist coat jacket, as seen in the image above, was seen stealing a van in Stuart Road on March 22nd while the driver temporarily left it to check for parking.

The van was abandoned in Wandsworth; some bags, two iPhones and a camera had been removed.

Call 101 with any details or message Merton Police privately on their Facebook page, quoting references - Image URN: 210884 and Crime Ref: 1403568/16.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:42 pm  

Croydon Council appoints new Executive Director for People

Croydon Council has appointed a new Executive Director for People following the retirement of Paul Greenhalgh.

Barbara Peacock, who is currently Medway Council’s Director of Children & Adult’s Services, will lead Croydon’s housing, education and social care services.

The borough’s population is expected to continue rising over the next few years, while investment in local business and retail sectors is also predicted to grow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:47 am  

Unidentified man dies after collapsing in Wandsworth



Police are appealing for any information regarding the identity of a man who died after collapsing in a Wandsworth street.

The man, who had no identifying documents on him, was found in Gideon Road on Sunday the 10th of April, and died several days later in hospital.

He doesn’t appear to have been reported missing,but is known to have used trains between Clapham Junction and Malden Manor.

He was aged between 30 and 40, of medium build, with long, curly brown hair and a full beard - it’s believed he may have originated from Poland.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:32 am  

Man arrested in Tooting murder investigation

Police investigating the fatal stabbing of 20-year old Lewis Elwin in Tooting have arrested a man.

The 19-year-old was arrested yesterday on suspicion of murder and taken to a south London police station where he remains in custody.

Lewis died after being stabbed through his back just over two weeks ago, on Penwortham Road.

The independent charity Crimestoppers is offering a reward of up to £10,000 for information leading to the conviction of those responsible for the murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 am  

Tube workers balloted on strike action


Maintenance workers on the London Underground are to start voting on whether to strike over plans to finally bring in night Tubes.

The dispute centres on pay, pensions and staffing.

One-and-a-half thousand members of the RMT union are being balloted in the next few weeks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:51 am  

Detectives appeal for information after a stabbing in Mitcham

Detectives are appealing for information after a stabbing in Mitcham on Sunday.

The incident happened shortly before 8.45 pm outside the King’s Arms pub at the junction of Upper Green West and London Road.

The 31-year old male victim was taken to hospital, and is in a serious but stable condition.

Officers are appealing to witnesses who saw what happened, it’s believed the assault is linked to an altercation over a game of football.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Chelsea manager is happy for Leicester - as they win the title

Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink believes Claudio Ranieri deserves to win the Premier League.

His side's 2-2 draw with Tottenham last night, means Leicester succeed Chelsea as champions.

Hiddink says he got a phone call from his opposite number after the final whistle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 am  

A teenager from Hampton is to appear in a BBC radio documentary following recent success

A teenager from Hampton will feature in a BBC radio documentary about beating thousands to gain a place at the National Youth Theatre.

16-year old Mo Deria from Hampton Academy won a scholarship to the acting school which has some famous alumni, including Dame Helen Mirren.

Last week, the BBC visited the school to interview Mo, who credits his success to his drama teacher.

The documentary will be broadcast in June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Two people hospitalised after an alleged stabbing in Vauxhall

A woman and her teenage brother are in hospital after an alleged stabbing in Vauxhall on Sunday morning.

Police were called to a flat in Tyers Street at around 3.45am, the Ambulance Service was already on the scene.

The 22-year old is in a critical condition, and her younger brother has injuries, but they are not described as life threating.

A 26-year old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and is in custody.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Croydon cat killer could escalate their violence

An expert has warned the so-called Croydon Cat Killer could go on to target humans.

A criminal psychologist said the killer ‘enjoys’ the act of murder, and could become bored of slaughtering animals.

Up to 50 pets across London have fallen victims, with the RSPCA confirming that 20 have ‘undoubtedly’ been slaughtered by a human.

Cases have been reported across South and South West London, including in Croydon, Richmond, Kingston and Streatham, during the past three years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 am  

Monday, 2 May 2016

Chelsea draw with Tottenham at Stamford bridge - Leicester have won the Premier League

Chelsea have drawn 2-2 at home to Tottenham tonight, which means Leicester City have been crowned Premier League champions for the first time in their history.

Chelsea ruined Spurs’ dreams of claiming the title, Gary Cahill scored before substitute Eden Hazard equalised to ignite the Leicester celebrations.

Chelsea are now 9th in the table.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:23 pm  

Man brought down from car park roof in Ashford

A multi-storey car park in Ashford was sealed off for more than two hours this afternoon after a man climbed onto the roof.

Surrey Police said officers were called to Church Road car park shortly after 2pm.

Specialist negotiators were able to engage with the man, believed to be aged in his 20s, and ensure his safety. He was escorted down at around 4:30pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:44 pm  

Police are appealing for witnesses after a 31 year old man was stabbed in Mitcham

Officers were called just before nine o’clock yesterday evening to reports of an incident outside the Kings Arms pub at the junction of

Upper Green West and London road.

The victim is in hospital in a serious but stable condition.

The assault is believed to be linked to an argument over a game of football in the pub’s garden.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

A woman from Chessington has praised emergency services that came to her aid when her home flooded after she went into labour.

Briar Coles, 32, had to be rescued by boat while she had contractions after a burst water main left her entire street under water on Saturday.

Today, she has thanked the police, fire crew and paramedics who helped to ensure that her baby daughter was born safely.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

Micro-chipping clinics for dog owners

Since 6th April this year, it has been a legal requirement to have your dog micro-chipped.

If an owner is caught with a dog which isn’t micro-chipped, they face a fine of up to £500.

Hounslow Council will be hosting several micro-chipping clinics over the next couple of months, with the first being held on Friday at Stamford Brooke Common in Chiswick.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

Chelsea will be playing Tottenham Hotspur tonight at Stamford Bridge

Club captain John Terry and fellow English centre back Gary Cahill are expected to start. Terry has missed 10 of the past 12 matches due to injury and Cahill missed last weeks away win at Bournemouth.

Spurs will be without midfielder Dele Ali who begins his 3 match ban for violent conduct.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

Missing woman with links to Croydon and Richmond
Police are appealing for help to find a 27 year old woman who has been missing for four days.

Suzanne Chikerema was last seen by her family on Thursday morning when she left her home in Hackney to go to work in Richmond.

She is black, slim, around 5ft 5 and has long dark hair.

She is known to frequent Croydon and Richmond, as well as Hackney.

Police are urging anyone with information to contact them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:48 pm  

Chessington theme park revamp

Chessington World of Adventures theme park will undergo a significant revamp over the next ten years.

A consultation is underway into a possible new roller coaster and 45 new lodges for overnight stays.

Part of the development will take place on a site that is currently woodland.

The resort owner estimates that over £90 million is brought into Kingston every year through the business.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 am  

Sutton Council encourages measles vaccinations

Sutton Council is urging residents to ensure their children have been vaccinated against measles.

London has seen more than 60 cases of measles in the last two months in a period when there would usually be fewer than 10.

Sutton Council has written to parents asking them to make sure their children are up to date with immunisations including the MMR jab.

It’s thought many children and teenagers in Sutton aren’t fully immunised and are at risk of highly infectious diseases like measles.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

Brixton cyclist suing Tesco

A cyclist from Brixton who lost a leg after a collision with a Tesco lorry is suing the supermarket over the crash.

53-year-old midwife Julie Dinsdale had her leg amputated at the scene as a life saving measure at Old Street roundabout last year October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 am  

Income tax highest in Elmbridge

People living in the borough of Elmbridge are paying the highest amount of income tax in the UK.

The area's popular with celebrities and the super-rich - meaning the average yearly income tax payment is nearly £18,000.

Research from accountants UHY Hacker Young shows the average income is more than £64,000.

Frank Lampard, Andy Murray and Sir Elton John all live in the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:20 am  

Student cleared of sex attacks at university in Twickenham

A student’s been cleared of sex attacks during ‘Freshers’ Week’ at St Mary’s University in Twickenham.

Twenty-one-year-old William Kelsey Harrison, from Cambridgeshire, was accused of trying to kiss two female students at the university in 2014.

A jury at Kingston Crown Court found him not guilty of sexual assault and assault by penetration.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:38 am  

Old Royalists start Surrey Cricket League with big win

Old Royalists have got their 2016 Surrey Cricket League season off to a winning start.

They scored 215 for 2 to beat Bec Old Boys, 214 for 2, by 8 wickets.

There were also wins for Norwood Exiles and Old Pete’s in the Premier Division.

In Division One there were opening round wins for Clapham Old Xaverians, Croydon of India and Wimbledon Village.

Commonwealth beat Ploughmans by 123 runs in the lone Division Two match.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 am  

Sunday, 1 May 2016

Woking Council streaming live action of beautiful birds.

Viewers of a live feed of a peregrine’s nest in Woking have been rewarded with a view of two chicks being born.

Woking council has been streaming a live feed of two parent peregrines from its website

The chicks are fluffy and pale in colour but so far have survived.

And there are 2 more eggs to hatch.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:50 am  

Putney MP tweets on Nairobi floods.


The Roehampton and Putney MP has commented on the floods in Nairobi.

Justine Greening who’s also International Development Secretary recently returned from Kenya.

The Conservative MP’s tweeted on the shocking news and that her thoughts are with everyone affected and the rescuers in the African country.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

New Hogsmill garden opens in Kingston today

Kingston will see the opening of its own community space for residents today at their open day.

The Hogsmill Community Garden on Swan Path has been a labour of love for its volunteers, created from an overgrown dumping site.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 am  

Hayes and Harlington MP says it's been a tough week

The MP for Hayes and Harlington has described the week as a tough one, after the row over Ken Livingstone’s comments.

Mr McDonnell who is also shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer says the party will campaign on stronger together.

Mr Livingstone’s comments on anti-semitism caused controversy but the former London mayor says it caused a distraction from the election on May the 5th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:50 am  

Surrey doesn't trust summer and orders more salt

Surrey's recent blast of Arctic air has led to the county council signing off on plans for two new salt barns.

One will be opened in Chertsey.

The stocks of salt will rise too and the council is also reviewing gritting routes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 am  

Flight into Heathrow intercepted

A British Airways flight to Heathrow has been intercepted by fighter jets over Hungary.

The flight was travelling from Dubai when it failed to make contact with Hungarian authorities, triggering a security alert.

BA said communications were quickly restored and the flight proceeded as normal to Heathrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:08 am  

Ambulance and fire service called to A3 near Esher

The ambulance service was called to the A3 just before the Copsem Lane turnoff near Esher.

There was also a fire engine at the scene.

An eye witness saw one car which had been badly damaged.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 am  

Palace boss denies his players had been celebrating before the match.

Palace boss Alan Pardew has hit back at claims by fellow football manager Sam Allardyce that his side weren’t prepared for the match against Newcastle.

Mr Pardew speaking only to radio and TV journalists after the match – defended his team after their loss against the northern side 1-0.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:16 am  

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