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Saturday, 29 October 2016

Surrey Police appeal for witnesses


Surrey police are appealing for witnesses to a suspicious incident which is reported to have taken place on Billesden Road. A member of the public has reported seeing a man involved in a physical assault with a woman just before 9AM today.

The man is described as being aged in his thirties and having a dark complexion, he was wearing a blue hoody, blue tracksuit bottoms and a blue hat. The woman is also described as being in her thirties with a dark complexion and was wearing a pink dressing gown.

Surrey police are urging any witnesses to come forward and call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 pm  

Claygate in Need of More Votes to Win Great British High Street

Claygate is falling behind in the Great British High Street competition.

The Parade has been shortlisted for Britain’s best high street, competing against Hoole and Tunbridge Wells .

The public vote opened on the 18th of October, and early indicators have revealed it is currently in second place.

It’s not too late to change that though, as there is three weeks left of voting - just click here to vote.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:27 pm  

Cafe to Help People Relax to Open in Croydon

Customers of Croydon’s Clocktower Café will soon find new ways to relax.

Mini massages, modelling clay and colouring books are amongst the activities that will be on offer when the venue is turned into South London’s first “happy café”.

It’ll be changed next month to coincide with National Stress Awareness Day on November the 2nd.

The group behind the concept is called Action for Happiness.

It aims to increase wellbeing in homes, workplaces, schools and communities.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:24 pm  

Kew Based Hotel Company Under Fire After Blaming Brexit for not Paying Laundry Bills

A Brexit row has broken out at a gym after users were told the falling pound means they will no longer be allowed a free towel.

The Spirit Health Club, which is owned by the Kew Green Hotel Group, said they could no longer afford their laundry bill due to the EU referendum vote.

The Kew-based hotel group said it would save over half a million pounds a year from their running costs.

Customers at the Portsmouth gym say it’s ridiculous to blame Brexit – when it’s a UK company the towels are being sent to be laundered.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:21 pm  

Virginia Woolfe Exhibition Opens in Richmond

An historical display celebrating the centenary of the founding of Hogarth Press publishing is opening today in Richmond.

The exhibition at the Riverside Gallery will include rare books and works from the company founded by the Woofs in 1917.

It will explore the lives of both Virginia and Leonard Woolf during their time in Richmond in the 1900s with photographs.

It opens on today and will run until December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:49 pm  

Hammersmith Bridge Re-opened and Man Successfully Moved Away from Scene

Police have re-opened Hammersmith Bridge after successfully negotiating with a man in a vulnerable position for over four hours.

They were called to the scene at 11.45am this morning.

The bridge was closed in both directions, causing very long delays.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 pm  

Campaigners Express Concern over Dangerous Battersea Road Months Before Cyclist Death

Cycling campaigners demanded changes to a busy road where an Italian waitress was killed by a lorry months before her death.

32-year-old Lucia Ciccioli was knocked down on Lavender Hill in Battersea at around 8am on last Monday.

Cycling campaigner Jon Irwin today revealed that he contacted Wandsworth Council in August in a bid to change “grim” road safety policies on Lavender Hill and a nearby road.

But council bosses told him that safety procedures on the road will only be reviewed if three people are killed or 12 seriously injured within a certain distance of each other.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

Police close Hammersmith Bridge due to Man in Vulnerable Position



Police have closed Hammersmith Bridge due to a man on the bridge in a vulnerable position.

They were called to the scene at 11.45am this morning and are still at the scene.

The bridge is closed in both directions causing very long delays between A4 and Lonsdale Road, people are advised to avoid the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 pm  

Sutton United fans go north


Fans of Sutton United have arrived in York for this afternoon’s match.

Sutton are 13th in the National League.

The match against York City kicks off at 3 pm this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:37 am  

Police helicopter called out in search for child in Tooting

A police helicopter was out in action over the Tooting area in the search for a missing child.

Wandsworth Police tweeted having called out the aerial support. It followed an earlier incident when a woman was punched in the face and a man was stabbed.

Another person was also stabbed.

It happened on Pevensey Road near the junction of Rostella Road.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 am  

Kingston needs help to find savings.

Kingston Council is aiming to find a massive £40 million worth of savings with residents’ help.

People living in the borough are being urged to take part in the Kingston Conversation.

It’s a series of meetings aimed at prioritising how the council’s budget is spent.

The next one is taking place on Thursday November the 17th at 7pm at Glenmore House in Surbiton.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

Fire in Hammersmith flat

A woman had to be rescued from her home on the ground floor of a block of flats in Hammersmith.

The woman in her fifties had to be treated at the scene of the blaze by London’s Fire Brigade.

It broke out early in the morning in Glenthorne Road.

The ambulance was called.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:49 am  

Former Woking Maclaren driver fastest

Former Woking Maclaren driver Lewis Hamilton goes qualifying for the Mexican Grand Prix this evening having gone faster than championship rival Nico Rosberg in the first two practice sessions.

Britain's defending Formula One world champion won in America last time out, cutting his Mercedes team-mate's lead to 26 points with three races to go.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 am  

A new arts space for Morden
A brand new art space has been opened in Morden as part of Merton Council’s improvement scheme of the Morden Retail Gateway.

The Crown House Creative offers flexible space for new and established artists to exhibit their work.

It will also feature screenings, live music and DJs providing themed music evenings.

The space will also be available for use during the day for anyone needing a place for a meeting or workshop.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:28 am  

Wandsworth tackles flytipping

Government figures show that flytipping is increasing across London, but Wandsworth had the lowest number of incidents reported in inner London.

Only Kingston and Bexley reported fewer cases.

Wandsworth Council put its success in fighting flytipping down to increased enforcement and bigger fines.

Nearly 12 hundred people have been fined so far this year, with on-the-spot fines rising from £80 to £400.

An additional team of litter inspectors will also be taking to the streets in the new year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:21 am  

Friday, 28 October 2016

A reminder from Surrey Police:



Display a poster in your window if you do or don't want trick or treaters this Halloween.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:25 pm  

Britain’s busiest motorway turns thirty tomorrow.

The M25 was designed to carry up to 100,000 vehicles each day, but nearly double than that use the motorway.

The section to the west of London around Heathrow Airport is one of the busiest parts of a road in Europe.

But drivers could face major delays in the coming years during work on the third runway.

The M25 will be required to run underneath it – either by digging a tunnel or constructing the runway on a slope over the road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 pm  

A two-day sell out music festival this weekend heralds the launch of Croydon’s new Boxpark pop-up food and drink mall, which opens on Monday.

The venue is part of the Council’s plans to help transform the borough.

It will boost the evening economy and support emerging local talent.

The development is located next to East Croydon station, which serves over two million people every year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:39 pm  

An actress from Tooting has told how she felt “sick” after finding a suspected maggot in her make-up.

23 year old Bethany Springall said she saw a creature “wriggling” when she opened her newly purchased concealer kit.

After Tweeting Superdrug, who she bought the make-up from, the company said they will investigate the rest of the batch.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:01 pm  

An actress from Tooting has told how she felt “sick” after finding a suspected maggot in her make-up.

23 year old Bethany Springall said she saw a creature “wriggling” when she opened her newly purchased concealer kit.

After Tweeting Superdrug, who she bought the make-up from, the company said they will investigate the rest of the batch.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:59 pm  

Zac Goldsmith has urged voters to help him fight a third runway at Heathrow, as the first poll in the Richmond Park by-election showed him favourite to win.

The former Tory MP would be re-elected with the majority of more than 10,000 if the vote were held now, according to research by the Evening Standard.

Zac Goldsmith said that he wants the Government and Heathrow know that people feel “really strongly about this”.

He resigned as Richmond Park MP within hours of the announcement of Heathrow expansion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:41 pm  

Next month, Richmond Police is hosting events for members of the borough’s Neighbourhood Watch groups.

On the 3rd and 17th of November, two “Knowledge Night” meetings will be held to give attendees advice on tackling crime and making communities safer.

They’ll also provide an update on what local police are doing this autumn and winter.

For more information, visit the council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 pm  

A building in North Cheam described as an “eyesore” by residents is one step closer to getting a refurb

60s block Victoria House has been derelict for about a decade while various planning applications have been turned down.

An amended planning application is expected next month.

But we’re told it will be similar to the one previously withdrawn, which featured three shops and 90 flats.

It’s understood the applicants will leaflet residents before they submit their final plans to the council.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:03 pm  

It’s the time of year for ghosts and ghouls, and quite appropriately, a cemetery in Hammersmith is making the news

Margravine Cememtery’s Victorian House has been given listed status.

It was originally built to house bodies to stop poorer people storing them at home, which was thought to have contributed to cholera outbreaks.

It was erected in 1869 and has been given Grade II listed status.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:47 pm  

A scheme that allowed a residential street to be closed, so children could play in it, has been voted best in London

More than 50 youngsters took to Love Lane in Croydon last year for their first ever Play Street event.

It was named Play Street of the Year at an event awards ceremony, beating similar schemes in Hammersmith and Fulham.

Anyone who wants to shut their road for a similar event, can now ask the council for permission.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:46 pm  

People in Hampton want Royal Parks management to reverse a decision to ban cycling in the Duke’s Head Passage

The access pathway from Hampton Village into Bushy Park has been used by cyclists and pedestrians for over 50 years.

A Freedom of Information request submitted by Hampton People’s Network this month revealed that the vast majority of people who wrote to the Royal Parks about the ban opposed it.

Only five people were in favour of it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:20 pm  

Travellers are being removed from a site in Motspur Park

Police have spent the morning assisting with the removal of travellers from a site in Motspur Park.

It’s believed the group moved on to the former BBC ground earlier this week.

Officers told us the move is being dealt with by the owners of the land, and they are purely there to assist.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:24 pm  

Candles used after power cut are said to have caused a blaze in Putney

Candles used after a power cut, are believed to have been behind the blaze at a block of flats in Putney.

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters were called to the fire in a second-floor flat in Innes Gardens last night.

Two men were treated for smoke inhalation and taken to hospital, whilst a disabled woman was saved by two members of the public.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:22 pm  

West Ham: MP says club should play behind closed doors if violence is repeated

West Ham should be forced to play behind closed doors if the violence that marred Wednesday's derby with Chelsea is repeated, that’s according to Tory MP Mark Field.

Bottles, seats and coins were thrown at London Stadium as hundreds of fans clashed.

Six people were arrested, three of whom have been charged.

It was the latest outbreak of disorder at West Ham's new ground this season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

Woman charged with murder in Croydon

A woman will appear in court later charged with the murder of a pensioner in Croydon.

77 year-old, Martha Pereira, was found dead at an address in Morland Road on Tuesday afternoon.

Shirley D'Silva has now been charged with the woman's murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 am  

QPR host Brentford in London derby

There’s another London derby tonight as thirteenth placed Queens Park Rangers entertain eleventh placed Brentford at Loftus Road.

Kick-off is 7.45pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:32 am  

Thursday, 27 October 2016

Update: Man killed in Brentford blaze named

Hounslow Council has launched an investigation after a fire at one of its residential tower blocks killed a tenant.

72 year old Surapol Tassadetan died in the blaze in Green Dragon Lane in Brentford last night.

Council officers are working with London Fire Brigade to try and ascertain how the blaze broke out.

Some residents have returned to the 23 storey block whilst others have been given hotel accommodation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 pm  

Man in Croydon jailed after conning elderly out of thousands

A man in Croydon has been jailed after being found guilty of eight counts of fraud against two elderly women.

The court heard how 33-year-old Hamit Hamit duped the victims into handing over their bank cards and pin numbers to fund his own spending spree.

He gained their trust during lengthy phone conversations pretending to be from their banks, before visiting them claiming to be a courier and taking their cards.

After spending thousands of pounds on jewellery and electrical items, he was sentenced to five years and four months in prison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 pm  

Update: Two men from Wimbledon and Battersea charged following last night's violence at the Chelsea game

Two men from Wimbledon and Battersea have been charged following last night’s violence at Chelsea's away game with West Ham.

27-year-old Michael Parker is accused of throwing dangerous items, while 51-year-old Nicolas Greenway has been charged with threatening behaviour.

Out of four others arrested, three have been released on bail and one has been charged with assault.

Bottles, seats and coins were thrown during the match, and police in riot gear had to be called in.

Officers are continuing to appeal for information from anyone who witnessed the skirmishes.

International Security Analyst, Steve Park, reckons an urgent review of crowd control at the London Stadium is needed:




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 pm  

MP for Putney, Roehampton & Southfields supports government's u-turn on academies

Education Secretary, and MP for Putney, Roehampton & Southfields, Justine Greening, has said schools should not be forced to become academies.

Her comments are in light of the government’s statement saying it’s ditching previous plans to turn all schools in England into academies.

After complaints from a number of headteachers and councils, Ms Greening says her focus is now on creating more places.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:22 pm  

Lib Dems aim to take back control of Richmond Park

Merton's Lib Dems have confirmed they are going to campaign to "take back" Richmond Park from the Conservatives.

Zac Goldsmith won the seat in 2010, which had been Lib Dem since 1997.

He announced his resignation on Tuesday after the Heathrow expansion announcement.

Goldsmith won an 18,000 majority at the last election, but will now stand as an Independent in the by-election in December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 pm  

Free support and counselling services offered next week in Surrey

If you feel stress is a big factor in your life, November could be the month you tackle it forever.

National Stress Awareness Day is taking place on 2nd November.

Surrey Downs CCG is offering free support and counselling services through NHS clinics nationwide.

It’s encouraging employers and employees to stand up to stress.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:38 pm  

Wildlife populations drastically fall across the globe

Global wildlife populations have fallen by nearly 60% since 1970.

The Living Planet report shows Earth is facing the largest extinction of wildlife since the dinosaurs were wiped out.

Numbers of African Elephants have been cut by a third in the last decade, and it's thought there are only 70 Amur Leopards left in the world.

Ami Alden works at Leatherhead based David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:17 pm  

Richmond Park's first ever MP quits Lib Dems after investigation launched against her

Baroness Tonge has quit the Liberal Democrats after the party decided to investigate allegations that she hosted an anti-semitic event.

Footage was released of a meeting in Parliament, apparently showing people comparing Israel with I-S.

Tonge, who sits as a cross-bencher in the Lords, had previously resigned the party whip.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:14 pm  

Richmond Park and North Kingston's first MP Jenny Tonge is suspended

The Liberal Democrats have suspended Baroness Tonge from the party, after she allegedly hosted an anti-semitic event.

She's being investigated after footage was released, filmed in Parliament, apparently showing people comparing Israel to I-S.

Tonge, who sits as a cross-bencher in the Lords, previously resigned the party whip but is still a member of the Lib Dems.

Baroness Jenny Tonge served the area when it was first established in 1997. She was succeeded by Susan Kramer and then Zac Goldsmith.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:14 pm  

The by-election in Richmond Park and North Kingston, where Zac Goldsmith has resigned as a Conservative MP, will take place on the 1st of December.

He'll stand as an Independent, after quitting in protest at the Government's support for a third runway at Heathrow.

The Tories and Ukip say they won't field a candidate, but it's thought he'll face a strong challenge from the Liberal Democrats.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:37 pm  

A serving Met Police officer from Wandsworth has been formally dismissed

35 year old PC Mark Touslon, was facing allegations that amounted to a breach in the standards of professional behaviour.

In November 2014, whilst off-duty, he was alleged to have been drinking with a friend in Wimbledon.

It’s then alleged he used threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour, assaulting a police officer, and further refusing arrest.

He accepted one guilty plea, but pleaded not guilty to three other charges. However, he was dismissed without notice and fined £443.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 pm  

UKIP has come out in support of former Richmond Park MP Zac Goldsmith over Heathrow

A spokesman said "Zac Goldsmith has resigned on a matter of principle and UKIP admire him for having the courage to do so.

UKIP have always believed that Gatwick was a preferred option to Heathrow.”

It’s believed a by –election will be held in Richmond Park on December the 1st.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:12 pm  

Police are hunting three suspects who sprayed a mystery substance in a teenager’s face before fleeing

Officers are appealing for information over the attack, which took place in Jersey Gardens in Osterley.

An 18 year old was sprayed with an unknown “irritant”.

The alleged attackers have been described as one white man and two black men; all aged around 20 years old.

Anyone with information should contact the police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

An entrepreneur who entered the Dragons’ Den, is encouraging more people to Buy British

Effie Moss took her idea, Just For Tiny People, on the show in 2014 and won backing from Deborah Meaden.

She’s using the investment to focus on rolling the business, which creates 100% British handmade products, out across SW London.

She tells us what it’s been like working with one of the more scarier dragons on the BBC programme.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:43 pm  

People are starting to get back to their daily routines in Thailand following the death of the King on October the 13th

A year of mourning was announced, with many businesses grinding to a halt, and fears tourism would be affected.

But it seems people are slowly starting to go back to work, albeit dressed in the mandatory black.

Marisa Anan’s parents are Thai; she was raised in Kingston.

She explains why there is such love for the King.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 pm  

Richmond Park will be taken over by ghouls and ghosts this Sunday morning

It’s the annual Trick or Treat Run.

The event, which starts at 10am, will be raising money for Breast Cancer care.

Click here to find out more
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

There are reports of a house fire in Chelsea square.

Four fire engines are currently at the scene.

More details to come.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:25 pm  

UPDATE: The Football Association's confirmed it's investigating trouble during last night's League Cup match between West Ham and Chelsea.

Supporters of both clubs were involved in clashes at the London Stadium.

Police in riot gear had to be called in.

Seven people were arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 am  

A man has died in a house fire in Brentford.

Fire crews discovered the victim in the hallway of the block of flats in Green Dragon Lane.

They were called to the blaze at the 23 storey building just before 11 o’clock last night.

They managed to evacuate 20 people, but discovered the man as they made their checks.

Meanwhile, a woman managed to escape a fire in Chiswick yesterday morning.

She left the house in Bollo Lane before fire fighters arrived; the blaze gutted the kitchen.

Both incidents are under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:24 am  

The Football League is strongly condemning the behaviour of those involved in clashes during West Ham's cup match with Chelsea.

A minority of fans from both sides were involved.

A spokesman says it's liaising with the clubs, the Football Association and Metropolitan Police as they try to identify the offenders.

Seven people have been arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 am  

Police have released CCTV footage of two men they wish to speak to in connection with a burglary in Carshalton.



Officers were called shortly before 1am on the 18th of August to reports of a break in at St Helier Hospital.

A drug canister worth £400 was damaged.

CCTV captured two suspects breaking into a gas canister lock-up containing nitrous oxide.

Only when they were challenged, did they drop the canister they were trying to steal and run off.

Police pursued the suspects on foot along Shaftsbury Road before losing sight of them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:47 am  

The trial of a man from Chertsey accused of murder continues.

The trial of a former banker from Chertsey accused of murdering two women in Hong Kong has been told he waved a knife at pedestrians from his balcony before calling police.

31 year-old Rurik Jutting's admitted the killings but denies murder on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

Jurors have been shown police interviews of him calmly explaining the moments before his arrest.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing teenager from Mitcham.



17 year old Roberta Boswell was last seen wearing a pair of blue jeans with a black Adidas hooded jumper with red stripes down the sleeves.

She had a leather jacket over the jumper and black slip on trainers with glitter on them.

She was also wearing thick rimmed dark coloured glasses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 am  

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte refuses to be downbeat after they were knocked out of the League Cup.

Crowd violence was the main talking point of their 2-1 defeat at West Ham in last night's fourth round.

But Conte also made seven changes to the side that hammered Manchester United 4-nil at the weekend.

He said that for him, it's about development.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 am  

Footage has emerged of the moment four Hammersmith schoolgirls were rescued from the Thames when the boat they were in capsized.

The St Paul’s Girls’ School students were dragged onto a lifeboat on Tuesday morning after they fell into the water near Chiswick RNLI station.

They were not injured in the incident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:36 am  

The parents of a teenage boy who was stabbed in Clapham have released an image of him in hospital as part of an emotional appeal for information.



17 year old Jamel Boyce was attacked in Triangle Place on the evening of the 14th of October.

Seven people have been arrested in connection with the incident so far and released on bail pending further enquiries.

Police are urging anyone with information to contact them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:16 am  

Arrests made last night at the Chelsea game - following the disorder with fans

Police have made seven arrests following the disorder at the London stadium during the EFL Cup match between West Ham and Chelsea last night.

They were arrested for public order offences and are currently in custody.

Before this, 30 people were issued with directions to disperse the area under antisocial behaviour legislation prior to the match.

Officers have said they will identify people and bring them to justice. If you have any information you can call them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Southern commuters will face strikes until the end of the year atleast

RMT are to ballot drivers of Southern over the role of conductors – meaning two more strikes are scheduled for next month.

The main driver’s union Aslef will join them in the same dispute, which raises the possibility of joint strikes in December.

Passengers who commute through Clapham Junction, using Southern rail have faced months of delays and cancellations already.

A Southern spokesman has said the ballot is totally unnecessary, but the first strike is scheduled for 24 hours from midnight on Friday 4th November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Chelsea manager gives his reaction of the behaviour of fans at the West Ham stadium last night

West Ham says it unreservedly condemns the behaviour of those involved in clashes inside the London Stadium.

They were playing Chelsea in the League Cup and there were skirmishes between fans from both sides, which led to police in riot gear being called in.

7 people were arrested.

There are reports of a number of items being thrown - including bottles

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has given his reaction.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

Appeal continues for anyone who saw a fire deliberately started in Englefield Green

Officers continue their appeal to anyone who saw a fire at an Englefield Green address that is thought to have been started deliberately.

It’s reported that a lit item was put through the letter box of a property in Corby Close at around 2.30 in the early hours of Monday morning.

Police are urging anyone who knows anything to come forward, as this dangerous act could have had a serious outcome.

You can contact them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 am  

Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Reports of trouble between Chelsea and West Ham fans tonight - following the match

Police have been dealing with reports of trouble between Chelsea and West Ham fans inside the London stadium.

The two sides met in the League Cup tonight.

Supporters had been urged to arrive early for enhanced pre-entry security checks ahead of the game.

Andy Burton is at the ground for and says the problems broke out on the concourse behind one of the goals.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 pm  

Missing from Wandsworth


A man has gone missing in the Wandsworth area.

James Johnson hasn’t been seen for 11 days.

Wandsworth Police have tweeted about the disappearance.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:50 pm  

Missing teen in Kingston


A 15 year old has gone missing in the Kingston area.

George Cresswell hasn’t been seen since last Thursday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 pm  

Zac denies he's letting his party down by standing as an independent

The former Richmond Park MP Zac Goldsmith has denied he’s letting his leader down.

His resignation threatens the Tories majority in the Commons of 12 seats.

He’s launching his campaign to run as an independent after the decision was made to build a third runway at Heathrow.

Mr Goldsmith says it’s not him that’s changed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:32 pm  

Formal ID on Hillingdon woman


There’s been a formal identification of a woman from Hillingdon who’s body was found under the Hayes flyover.

A post mortem exam took place on Pardeep Kaur – but it didn’t show clearly how she died.

The detective leading the investigation believes the 30 year old woman was attacked on the way to work around 6.30 am on Monday

the 17th of October near Carlton Avenue and Bedwell Gardens.

Two men arrested in the case have been released.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:54 pm  

Nightlife in Croydon to go public

Croydon’s nightlife is coming under scrutiny after the council decided to ask residents for their views on keeping the area safe.

The review of the licensing and policing of Croydon’s pubs and bars is being supported by the police and publicans.

People who either love or hate what happens in Croydon at night have got more than four months to give in their views – by sending an email to [email protected] .

And there’s a public meeting on Monday the 21st of November at the town hall.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:46 pm  

Unexploded bomb turns out to be a rock

An object thought to be a World War II bomb, has actually turned out to be a rock.

The discovery was made by a gardener in Avondale Avenue in Hinchley Wood this morning.

The area was shut off for over an hour, with people within the exclusion zone of 200 metres asked to shut their windows.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:43 pm  

Pollution levels in parts of the UK are 50% higher than thought


Pollution levels in parts of the UK have been measured at 50% more than previous readings.

The Leeds-based National Centre for Atmospheric Science has been measuring clouds of gases that were previously hidden - using specially adapted aircraft.

Nitrogen Dioxide levels were so bad in Putney High Street once again this year, that they breached legal limits in just 8 days.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

An unexploded bomb has been found in Hinchley Wood

The discovery was allegedly made by a gardener in Avondale Avenue.

Surrey Police is advising motorists to avoid the A309 Kingston Bypass.

The exclusion zone around the site currently stretches 200m onto the A309.

Explosive Ordnance Disposal officers are currently en route to assess the ordnance which is suspected at this stage to be from World War Two.

Officers have advised anyone living within the exclusion zone to leave their property, or if staying, make sure windows and doors are closed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 pm  

E-fit release following attempted knifepoint robbery in Ashtead



Police have released an e-fit image of a suspect believed to be involved in an attempted knifepoint robbery in Ashtead.

Two elderly women were held up outside a house in Timberhill, the man demanded money whilst threatening them with a knife.

He made off empty handed after a neighbour intervened.

The incident happened on the evening of Wednesday the 14th of September.

Detective Constable, Paul Fitzpatrick from East Surrey Criminal Investigation Department, said: “This was a shocking incident which has understandably left two women very shaken.

“I am urging anybody who recognises the individual in this e-fit to get in touch with us as soon as possible.”

Surrey Police urges anybody with information to call 101 quoting, 45160080856.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:23 pm  

A female pedestrian was rushed to hospital after being hit by a bus in Clapham this morning

Parents of a woman who was killed by a lorry as she cycled through Clapham have paid tribute to their “beautiful” daughter.

32 year-old, Lucia Ciccioli, was knocked down in Lavender Hill on Monday morning, she was pronounced dead at the scene.

The keen cyclist from Italy had been living in London for four years, according to the Evening Standard.

She was the seventh person to die cycling in Capital this year.

Meanwhile,

A female pedestrian was rushed to hospital after being hit by a bus in Falcon road, close to Lavender Hill just before 6am this morning.

She’s currently being treated for a leg injury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:36 am  

England’s biggest ever flu vaccination drive has arrived in Hounslow

This year’s campaign will see more than 700,000 children aged between 2 and 7 getting immunised against the virus in London.

The programme has also been extended to children in school year 3, meaning a further 107,000 can be vaccinated compared to last year.

At risk adults, including those with long-term health conditions such as asthma or heart disease and pregnant women, can get it for free.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:56 am  

An experimental autism therapy that helps parents communicate with their children has had record levels of success in reducing symptoms

Experts found play sessions showed benefits that lasted six years after the treatment finished.

Polly Tommey from Roehampton founded the Autism Trust UK in 2007 after her son Billy was diagnosed with the condition.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:50 am  

Richmond Park MP Zac Goldsmith speaks out after resigning

Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith says "almost everyone" would be opposed to expanding Heathrow Airport if there was a referendum on the issue.

He resigned after the announcement, saying it would have "massive implications" for people in his constituency of Richmond Park.

During a visit to Heathrow this morning, transport secretary Chris Grayling insisted building a third runway at the west London site is the right decision.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

CCTV released following Tooting burglary



CCTV footage of a suspect - police wish to identify in connection with a robbery in Tooting has been released.

Computers, laptops and a watch were stolen from a house in, Hereward Road, in July - the items have a value of over £2,600.

The suspect’s described as a stocky black man, aged in his late 20s, with short hair.

He was wearing a grey hooded top, light blue jeans and dark trainers. He was carrying a dark brown bag.

Detective Constable John Baldwin, the officer in the case for Wandsworth CID, said: “We are keen to hear from anyone who may recognise the man shown in the footage or the still released, or anyone who witnessed the incident.”

Anyone who can assist the investigation is asked to contact Wandsworth CID via 101. To give information anonymously contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit crimestoppers-uk.org

There have been no arrests at this time and enquiries continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

Police need the public's help to locate a vulnerable man missing from Stoke D'Abernon


Police are appealing for help from the public to find a missing vulnerable man from Stoke D’Abernon.

43-year old Jason Parker was last seen around 10.15 yesterday morning in Ripley by colleagues, but failed to return home from work.

Jason is white with tanned complex, he is about 5ft 5, with a brown beard and greying hair with a bald head.

He was last seen wearing dark jeans, a blue jumper, black gilet and a grey scarf.

Anyone who knows of Jason’s whereabouts should contact police as a matter of urgency on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Chelsea boss defends his touchline behaviour after criticism from Mourinho

Chelsea go to West Ham in the fourth round of the League Cup tonight - with boss Antonio Conte (pron: CON-TER) defending his touchline behaviour.

It's understood Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho criticised him for whipping up the crowd in an exchange at full time in their match at the weekend.

Ahead of tonight's London derby, Conte says he'll behave appropriately - as always.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Ex-Chelsea player's wife says what she constantly gets asked

Former Chelsea player Frank Lampard’s wife has said that she always gets asked why she doesn’t have any kids.

The TV presenter tied the knot with the footballer last year - she says at 37, shes not bothered by the personal question, but would prefer not to be asked.

The former One Show host is stepmother to his two children Luna who is 11 and Isla who is nine, from his previous relationship.

The pair met in 2009, but waited six years before walking down the aisle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 am  

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Several Tory MPs are unhappy with the decision to back another runway at Heathrow and not Gatwick

Several senior Tory MPs have been voicing their disapproval at the government's decision to back another runway at Heathrow airport, instead of Gatwick.

Among them is Zac Goldsmith - who's resigned from the Tory party in protest - and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

They both have London constituencies, as does former Transport Secretary Theresa Villiers - who thinks construction will be blocked by legal challenges over noise and pollution.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 pm  

Egham salon owner forced to close new business
A hairdresser who has a salon in Egham has been ordered to shut down her new business after opening it on the same street as a major salon chain.

34-year-old Hayley Gibson-Forbes spent eight years with the Rush Hair franchise before leaving last year to set up her own salon.

The award winning hairdresser had been running her new salon in Windsor for three months.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:03 pm  

Richmond Park and North Kingston to get first Independent MP? #Heathrowexpansion

Tory backbencher Zac Goldsmith has resigned as an MP in protest at the Heathrow runway decision, which he called "catastrophic".

The move will trigger a by-election in his Richmond Park and North Kingston constituency that could be held as early as December.

After the controversial decision was announced, he told MPs in the Commons the decision was "catastrophic".

"The Government has chosen a course that is not only wrong, it's doomed," he said.

Mr Goldsmith is a well-known environmentalist whose constituency is under the Heathrow flight path.

He said people felt let down that promises by David Cameron that - "no ifs, no buts" - the runway would never be built have not been kept.

Speaking this evening at Barnes Primary earlier, he said: "I told you that if my party changed its position, I would trigger a by-election and give you a chance to vote again."

He'll stand as an Independent, and as he gained a huge 18,000 majority at the last election, it seems that the constituency could be in line for its first Independent MP.

The Conservatives will not put up a candidate to contest his decision, as we understand.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:40 pm  

Harrison Grant Solicitors will once again be taking up the legal challenge against #Heathrow expansion

They’re doing it on behalf of four councils including Wandsworth.

Solicitor Kate Harrison is confident of a win, which is what they secured last time they took action.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 pm  

Zac Goldsmith to meet constituents following #Heathrow decision

MP for Richmond Park Zac Goldsmith will hold a meeting with his constituents in Barnes tonight.

It’s expected he will inform them of his intention to resign, which he pledged to do in 2008, if expansion got the go ahead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:07 pm  

Heathrow Expansion John Holland-Kaye

Heathrow bosses say they're ready to deliver a third runway that will boost the UK's economy, after getting the government's backing.

It's hoped building work will start in five years - but the process could be delayed by legal challenges, a consultation, and opposition in Parliament.

The site's CEO John Holland-Kaye says he's keen to get on with the job, for the sake of the country.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:52 pm  

#Wandsworth Council will press ahead with legal action over #Heathrow decision

Greenpeace UK has joined forces with Hillingdon, Richmond, Wandsworth and Windsor and Maidenhead councils to prepare grounds for a joint legal challenge against Heathrow expansion.

Greenpeace and the four authorities say both Heathrow expansion schemes would be unlawful due to their unrivaled environmental impacts, which include exacerbating illegal levels of air pollution, increasing Europe’s worst aircraft noise footprint and stretching the local transport network beyond breaking point.

The councils have jointly instructed Harrison Grant Solicitors to prepare their legal strategy last year and Greenpeace will share the costs.

The campaigners also worked together back in 2010 to overturn the Brown Government’s backing for a third runway in the High Court.

Later that year, the scheme was emphatically ruled out by the incoming Cameron Government.

The group say today’s Heathrow expansion scheme is even bigger and has more severe environmental impacts than the 2010 proposal, and will fail the same legal tests.

They argue that new evidence on the severe health impacts of air and noise pollution make the new scheme far less likely to pass judicial review

Wandsworth Leader Ravi Govindia chats to Jackie's Lucy Mayer about the action.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:34 pm  

Boris Johnson gives his reaction to #Heathrow news

The Foreign Secretary once said he'd lie down in front of a bulldozer to stop expansion going ahead.

The former London Mayor was very anti expansion at Heathrow.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

Kingston Council's reaction to plans for a third runway at #Heathrow

Cllr Kevin Davis, Leader of Kingston Council, said:

"This is not a decision that will get much support across South West London. Based on the evidence submitted so far, the council's position is that on balance it supports the expansion of Gatwick not Heathrow.

The creation of new flight paths across Kingston, increased noise and air pollution, coupled with the lost opportunity that Gatwick presents to get some infrastructure investment in the south of the borough, conspire to make Heathrow a flawed answer to a long standing question.

We will continue to make the case against the expansion of Heathrow in whatever way we can and will be discussing with Gatwick how we can support the inevitable legal case that will follow. We will need substantial modelling on the impact of this decision on our air quality and road network.

Heathrow will be mired in legal process and planning for years, so the question remains as to how we increase capacity quickly and that answer is expansion at Gatwick. We will be urging Gatwick to consider getting on with that process, despite this disappointing news."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 pm  

British Airways is investigating after a plane from San Francisco to Heathrow had to be diverted because people onboard started feeling unwell

The flight made an alternative landing in Vancouver last night.

22 members of staff and two passengers have been taken to hospital for medical checks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:50 pm  

People in Surbiton speak out after #Heathrow announcement

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:32 pm  

easyJet statement on Government decision on #Heathrow expansion announcement

easyJet supports the Government's decision in favour of expansion at Heathrow Airport as this will provide the greatest passenger and economic benefits for the UK.

Expanding Heathrow will benefit all parts of the UK and all passengers - business and leisure, long and short haul - and will also deliver lower fares for short haul passengers by opening up the airport to increased competition.

Carolyn McCall, CEO of easyJet, commented on the decision:

"This is good news for UK consumers and businesses and will help ensure that the UK is better connected to the rest of the world.

With the right charging structure and the right infrastructure for our efficient model, easyJet plans to operate from Heathrow, in addition to our existing London bases, providing new routes and lower fares to customers."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:56 pm  

The jury in the trial of a banker from Chertsey accused of murdering two Indonesian women in Hong Kong have watched what's being described as a horrific video.

31 year old Rurik Jutting has pleaded not-guilty to murder on the grounds of diminished responsibility.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:55 pm  

#Heathrow fall out begins

There's already been political fallout from the government's decision to build another runway at Heathrow.

Tory MP Zac Goldsmith, whose constituency Richmond Park and North Kingston lies directly under the flight path, is to uphold his promise to resign and force a by election.

Other opponents include cabinet members Boris Johnson and Putney MP Justine Greening.

Meanwhile London Mayor Sadiq Khan says it's the 'wrong decision for London and the whole of Britain'.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:52 pm  

Police have launched an investigation after an 11 year old girl was sexually assaulted in Teddington.

Last Thursday afternoon, the girl was walking with a friend through the cemetery when the pair were approached by three boys.

The victim’s friend managed to run off before the trio assaulted her.

As the incident took place, a man cycled through the cemetery and shouted at the boys to stop. They then left the scene.

The three boys were described as white, with short blonde or brown hair, wearing blue shirts of shiny material and white shirts.

They were all believed to be under the age of ten and it’s thought they were in the cemetery to attend a funeral.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:52 pm  

Back Heathrow responds to #Heathrow expansion announcement

Responding to the announcement that the Government has approved a new runway at Heathrow Airport, Back Heathrow’s Campaign Director, Rob Gray has released this statement;

"This is a significant moment for thousands of residents living near Heathrow who back expansion because they have waited a long time for today’s news.

It's now or never.

Building a new runway at Heathrow has plenty of cross-party support in Parliament and backing from the majority of international airlines, business groups, trade unions, exporters and communities surrounding the airport.

This is a golden opportunity for the UK that must not be squandered."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:48 pm  

The driver of a van which hit a tree in Chertsey earlier this month has died

Police have appealed for witnesses to the collision which happened in St Peter’s Way on October 8th when the white Citroen van left the road.

The driver, a 46-year-old from Dorset was taken to hospital in Tooting by air ambulance where he has since died.

His next of kin are aware.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:44 pm  

Police are investigating an arson attack in Englefield Green

It’s reported that a lit item was put through the letter box of a property in Corby Close early yesterday morning.

No injuries were reported.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:44 pm  

Murder detectives investigating the death of a Hayes hotel housekeeper have said they’re probing whether she was attacked by a stranger

Pardeep Kaur’s body was discovered by police in a waste ground under Harlington High Street flyover on Saturday afternoon.

She had been reported missing five days earlier.

Police have now launched a fresh appeal for witnesses as two men held over her death were released without charge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:43 pm  

The government's backed a third runway at #Heathrow in what it says will add billions of pounds to the UK economy and create tens of thousands of jobs.

But local councils near the London airport are threatening to take legal action - which could delay construction for years.

Former Business Secretary Vince Cable, who was the Lib Dem MP for nearby Twickenham, says the consequences outweigh the benefits.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:32 pm  

Transport Secretary and Epsom MP makes the #Heathrow announcement

The government says a third runway will be built at Heathrow after decades of discussion about airport expansion.

It's come out top over two other choices, extending an existing runway at the west London site, or creating a second one at Gatwick.

The Department for Transport says the expansion will boost the economy by up to 61-billion pounds and create tens of thousands of jobs by 2020.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling says it's the right decision for the UK.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:15 pm  

Kow-towing to #Heathrow bosses a dark and dismal day for London according to the Leader of Richmond Council

Lord True, Leader of Richmond Council, has slammed the Government’s announcement that it intends to expand Heathrow, committing Richmond Council to continue to fight any expansion of the Airport.

Today, the Government announced its support for a new runway at Heathrow.

The scheme will now be taken forward in a draft ‘National Policy Statement’ (NPS) for consultation.

The decision is despite overwhelming opposition from hundreds of thousands of Londoners as was shown in the 2013 referendum and legal action that overturned the decision to expand the airport in 2002.

Richmond Council says "Heathrow is already an airport that has the biggest local and environmental impact in Europe. Any expansion would result in the added risks of 260,000 extra low flying aircraft over London and the Home Counties each year, and the creation of new flightpaths over densely populated areas."

Solicitors jointly appointed by Hillingdon, Richmond, Wandsworth, Windsor and Maidenhead councils and Greenpeace UK are now examining the Government’s aviation announcement in detail and a legal strategy will be developed over the coming days.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:08 pm  

Statement from The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport on #Heathrow

The Government’s decision to support the provision of an additional runway at Heathrow should be made into a ‘win-win’ situation for all parties, claims The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) after today’s announcement.

Paul Le Blond, Chair, Aviation Policy Group, CILT says: ‘The end to uncertainty over airports policy is welcomed by logistics and transport professionals, whichever option they supported, but there can be benefits for all parties, who can now take action to ensure that the decision is implemented in the best possible way for all.

‘Logistics and transport operators, from airlines to freight companies, should use the opportunities that this decision will bring to plan long-term investments in more sustainable infrastructure, equipment and working practices, in order to create a lower carbon footprint and to meet air quality standards.

‘Communities around the airport should seize the opportunities created for employment and for supplying the expanding airport, not just immediately, but over a long-term period, through education, training and entrepreneurship.’

Daniel Parker-Klein, Head of Policy, CILT says: ‘Government must ensure that the benefits of the decision are fully realised. The conditions set by the decision, related to aircraft noise, air quality and road traffic, must be strictly enforced. This will enable improvements to roads, rail and other infrastructure to be properly planned and investment justified, it will send messages to the aviation industry about the need to continually improve environmental performance, and it will help towards meeting quality of life targets.’

Kevin Richardson, Chief Executive, CILT, says: ‘The whole of the UK must benefit from this decision. As well as the new runway providing better connectivity from the regions to London and then to the world, the Government should publish a draft National Policy Statement as soon as possible so that the UK’s airports and the airlines which they serve can see a clear strategy ahead, local authorities can plan properly for growth and surface access providers can implement the improvements for many of the airports.’

Over many years, CILT has advised Government and the logistics and transport industry by using the expertise of its members, who speak from widespread knowledge but are independent of any particular trade group or business. In particular, CILT has contributed fully to the work of the Airports Commission, as well as to Parliamentary Inquiries and Government consultations. CILT supported the Airports Commission’s recommendations, both in their Interim Report of December 2013 relating to a range of improvements at a number of airports, in particular to surface access, and also in their Final Report of July 2015 in terms of the recommended option.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

#Heathrow Airport is a step closer to getting a third runway

The government's confirmed that it's backing the west London hub for expansion, over south-east rival Gatwick.

Peter Willan, chair of the Richmond Heathrow Campaign, doesn't think, even now, that expansion will go ahead.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:34 am  

#Heathrow expansion: residents now fear loss of homes

It's understood the government's decided to back the building of a third runway at Heathrow Airport.

It's believed a committee of ministers is supporting that option for increasing capacity for planes in the south east of England, over a new runway at Gatwick.

The UK needs the expansion to increase trade links - but campaigners are worried about damage to the environment.

Eilish Stone's house will be demolished if Heathrow does get a third runway.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:23 am  

It's understood the government is to back the expansion of #Heathrow Airport over Gatwick.

The official decision is due to be made shortly following a meeting between Theresa May and her Cabinet.

It's hoped increasing capacity for planes will add billions of pounds to the UK economy.

Maggie Thorburn has campaigned against Heathrow's expansion.

She says she's already having to deal with disruption, caused by flights going over her home.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

As #Heathrow expansion is given the go ahead, Lucy Mayer takes a look at the stats that have made it Europe's busiest airport

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:59 am  

Plane Stupid protesters take to Parliament Green over #Heathrow decision



Plane Stupid campaigners have held a peaceful protest at Westminster.

They took to the grass on Parliament Green as the Government's long awaited decision on airport expansion was debated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 am  

#Heathrow expansion debate update; Jackie News speaks to Monica Robb of HACAN

Theresa May's been meeting with ministers to tell them what decision has been made on airport expansion for the south east of England.

It's widely expected that Heathrow will get government backing over Gatwick.

Monica Robb is with anti - expansion campaign group HACAN.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 am  

Kensington MP calls for the borough to be 'reunited' as a constituency

Kensington MP Victoria Borwick has called for Kensington and Chelsea to be ‘reunited’ as a constituency.

It comes after the Labour Party has proposed the borough is split into three constituencies.

She says it’ll be more ‘straight forward’ for residents and organisations to liaise with one MP who can represent the area as a whole.

Anyone interested in the proposals is invited to have their say and submit their ideas. Find out how at www.bce2018.org.uk
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

It’s been a long wait, but we’ll finally find out at around 12.30 if plans to expand Heathrow have taken flight.

An announcement is to be made in Parliament.

MP for Richmond Park Zac Goldsmith has famously said he’ll resign his seat if expansion gets the go ahead.

He told us that’s a promise he’s keeping.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 am  

A woman killed after being hit by a truck in a rush-hour crash in Battersea was riding as a cyclist, police have confirmed.

Officers could not initially say whether the victim of the fatal collision in Lavender Hill yesterday was a pedestrian or on a bicycle.

Scotland Yard have said the woman, in her thirties and believed to be Italian, was cycling at the time of the incident.

Friends of the victim gathered at the scene last night to lay flowers and light candles after hearing of her death.

Police are urging any witnesses to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:35 am  

Kingston MP James Berry tells us why he is against expansion at Heathrow

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Legal action against Heathrow “will happen” if expansion at the airport gets the go ahead later this morning.

We’re expecting an announcement any time after 11am.

Richmond, Hillingdon and Wandsworth Councils say they’ll launch a legal challenge to the ruling if its decided a third runway can be built.

Leader of Richmond Council Lord True says Heathrow is already a security risk.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 am  

Police from Kensington and Chelsea are appealing for help in identifying two men wanted in connection with an arson.



On the 24th of April, officers were called to Old Church Street to reports of a fire on a driveway.

CCTV caught the moment a bottle of flammable liquid was thrown over the gate of the property and smashed on the floor.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:38 am  

Former Kingston Town Centre shop manager jailed for stealing £50,000 worth of goods from his employer

A man from Staines who managed a Kingston department store has been jailed for 3 years after defrauding the company out of £50,000.

35 year old Daniel Clarke stole various items and sold them on a private Ebay account after removing their serial numbers.

Staff at the unnamed town centre store became suspicious after noticing missing stock and called Police, who managed to link the two.

He was sentenced yesterday and Kingston Crown Court to 15 offences including Handling Stolen Goods and Possession of Criminal Property.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:25 am  

Times running out to apply for a secondary school place in Wandsworth

Parents in Wandsworth are being reminded that they only have one week left to submit their applications for a secondary school place next year.

Preparations are now well underway for admissions to secondary schools in September 2017 - and to obtain a place, parents must apply by October 31.

This crucial deadline applies to children who were born between September 1, 2005 and August 31, 2006.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:24 am  

Richmond Council announce remembrance day plans

This year Remembrance Day Services are being held throughout Hounslow on Sunday 13th November.

Most events consist of a parade of Armed Forces veterans and religious officials followed by a service and two minute silence at 11am.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:28 am  

Man who set up Hammersmith Academy voted as most influential black Briton


Entrepreneur and philanthropist Tom Ilube has been named the country's most influential black Briton.

He beat sports stars Mo Farah and Lewis Hamilton who also made the top ten.

After founding the internet bank Egg, he established the technology school Hammersmith Academy in 2011 and has worked to improve the lives of children in Africa.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 am  

Monday, 24 October 2016

Gardeners come together for Spelthorne in Bloom awards

Gardeners in Spelthorne came together last night at Shepperton Studios to find out who would be honoured in the 26th annual Spelthorne in Bloom.

Prizes were given in a variety of categories from best front garden to best kept allotment or public building. Overall best in show was given to Sue Pollock from Grange Farm in Shepperton.

A new award for the best kept place of worship was added this year, won by Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Staines.

The full list of winners can be found below:

Best Kept Front Garden - Sue Pollock, Grange Farm, Shepperton

Best Contribution by a School -- Riverbridge Primary, Staines

Best School "Grow your own" - Littleton Church of England Infant, Shepperton

Best Kept Small Pub - The Harrow, Charlton Village

Best Kept Large Pub - The Bells, Staines

Best Kept Community Garden - St Martin's Court, Ashford

Best Hanging Basket - Leslie Grimes, Manor Lane, Sunbury

Best War Memorial - Ashford

Best Riverside Garden - Barbara Barnard, Thames Meadow, Shepperton

Best Kept Public Building - Chaucer Ward, Ashford Hospital

Best Kept Allotment - Andrew and Arna Drasar, Commercial Road Allotments

Best Kept Place of Worship - Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Staines

Best in Show - Sue Pollock, Grange Farm, Shepperton



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:57 pm  

Police in Shepherd's Bush launch murder investigation following post-mortem

Detectives investigating the murder of a man in Shepherd Bush have now found that the victim was fatally shot, and have now launched a murder investigation.

A post-mortem examination took place at 09:00 this morning at Fulham Mortuary and established the cause of death as a bullet wound to the chest.

Detective Inspector Domenica Catino from the Met's Homicide and Major Crime Command said: "We now know that a number of men forced entry to this residential address before attacking the victim and fatally shooting him dead. Were you in the area? Did you see or hear anything suspicious? My team are ready to hear from anyone who has information, particularly in which direction the men headed upon leaving the property."

Police were called by London Ambulance Service at approximately 02:40hrs on Saturday to reports of a male unconscious at a residential address in Askew Road

Officers attended and the man, aged 28, was found suffering from a chest wound - he was pronounced dead at the scene, no arrests have been made so far

Any witnesses or anyone with any information that can assist police are urged to contact the incident room on 020 8721 4805, or police via 101.

To give information anonymously contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit crimestoppers-uk.org.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:17 pm  

Man freed from his car by fire brigade after crashing in Hounslow

A man had to be freed from his car by the London Fire Brigade after he drove into a tree in the early hours of this morning.

Police were called to Cranford Lane, near the junction with High Street at 3.43am.

The driver, aged in his early thirties was taken to hospital in Central London where he remains undergoing treatment.

Police are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 pm  

A banker from Cobham has pleaded not guilty to murdering two women in Hong Kong

The bodies of Sumarti Ningsih and Seneng Mujiasih were found by police in Rurik Jutting's apartment in November 2014.

The 31 year old pleaded not guilty on grounds of diminished responsibility at the opening of his trial.

A lesser charge of manslaughter was rejected.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 pm  

Investigations are continuing after a woman died in an accident in Battersea this morning

The air ambulance was called to Lavender Hill shortly before 8am and the female victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police are looking for witnesses to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

Thorpe Park has responded to claims it barred a visitor from a ride because her chest was too big

Tanya Willis claims she was told she couldn’t board Colossus because of her 36L chest.

She told the Mirror she was left feeling embarrassed, and that not everyone has a B Cup.

A spokesman says if the restraints do not click into safety mode, the ride will not start for safety reasons, and this is well signposted.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

A woman is recovering after her car collided with a cow in Croydon

Police were called to Farthing Down on Saturday night to reports of the accident involving an animal on the loose.

The cow could not be located, but they found the driver suffering minor injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

It seems Airbnb users love Chelsea

The town has ranked 3rd on a list of the 10 most popular places for users staying in the capital.

Tower Hamlets, which includes places like Spitalfields market, came 1st, with a massive 94% of bookings.

Hammersmith and Fulham features on the list at number 6, as does Lambeth at 10.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:29 pm  

Woman killed in collision in Battersea

A woman has died after being hit by a lorry on Lavender Hill in Battersea this morning.

Emergency services including an air ambulance were called shortly before 8am this morning and a woman was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police have yet to notify next of kin and the road remains closed between Latchmere Road and St John's Hill while an investigation takes place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:34 pm  

Man from Cobham pleads guilty to manslaughter in Hong Kong

A British banker has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of two Indonesian women killed in Hong Kong.

Rurik Jutting, who grew up in Cobham, has gone on trial in Hong Kong after the victims were found dead at his apartment in 2014 - one of them was in a suitcase.

He denies murder but the prosecution has rejected that. If convicted, the Cambridge graduate faces life in prison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:22 am  

Councils failing to tackle rogue landlords

Most London councils are failing to tackle rogue landlords – that’s according to data obtained by Lib Dem London Assembly member, Caroline Pidgeon.

A quarter of London’s 32 Boroughs failed to prosecute a single landlord for providing unsafe accommodation, while a further half prosecuted fewer than 10.

Caroline Pidgeon called for changes in national policy and criticised the government for blocking further licensing schemes in London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

Ivybridge Estate gets a new boxing gym

A boxing ring has been unveiled on the Ivybridge Estate in Isleworth.

Earlier this year a resident was stabbed to death on the Estate, triggering calls for something to keep young people busy.

Hounslow Council re-purposed a disused boiler house and transformed it into a place where they can come and learn about boxing.

Former world champions Tim Witherspoon, Barry McGuigan and George Groves were there for the opening last week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 am  

Hoverboarder fined for riding on the pavement

A second Londoner has been prosecuted for riding a hoverboard on a pavement.

38-year-old Radu Ciurcanu from South Croydon was fined after nearly crashing in several pedestrians in Croydon town centre.

He was ordered to pay fines and costs totalling £155.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 am  

Three pro-footballers have teamed up to tackle London’s housing crisis

Footballers Bobby Zamora, Mark Noble and Rio Ferdinand have set up the Legacy Foundation to build social and affordable homes.

1,300 homes will initially be built in one of the most deprived areas of the UK near Luton, but they plan to extend the project to other parts of the capital.

Ferdinand says onsite community, education and sporting facilities will also be set up to provide essential and equal opportunities.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:11 am  

Kingstonian try to halt slide

In the Ryman League this evening Kingstonian will try to snap a three match losing streak when they host Worthing at Kingsmeadow.

Kick-off is 7.45pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:54 am  

Heathrow tipped as choice for expansion

Heathrow Airport's been tipped as the 'only choice' for expansion - by the man tasked by the Government to review the options.

Writing in The Telegraph, Sir Howard Davies said the case for expanding Heathrow had become 'overwhelming' since the UK's vote to leave the EU.

The decision of the Airports Committee
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:01 am  

Croydon man fined for riding hoverboard on pavement

A second Londoner has been prosecuted for riding a hoverboard on a pavement.

38-year-old Radu Ciurcanu from South Croydon was fined after nearly crashing in several pedestrians in Croydon town centre.

He was ordered to pay fines and costs totalling £155.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 am  

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Jimmy Perry from Barnes, creator of shows like Dad's Army, has died aged 93

The creator of comedy series Dad’s Army has died aged 93.

Jimmy Perry was born in Barnes and went to both Colet Court and St Paul’s, which at the time were both based in Hammersmith.

He was also responsible for devising and co-writing Ain’t Half Hot Mum, Hi-de-Hi and You Rang M’Lord? with David Croft.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:26 pm  

The Blues have secured victory against Jose Mourinho's new side

Chelsea's players ensured Jose Mourinho's first match at Stamford Bridge as Manchester United manager was a rotten one for him.

The home side won 4-0 in the Premier League.

Captain-for-the-day Gary Cahill said it was a stylish victory.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:15 pm  

Chelsea win 4-0 at home to Manchester United

Jose Mourinho’s first game at former club Chelsea as the manager of another English side hasn’t gone well for him.

The Blues beat Manchester United 4-0 in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge.

Goals were from Pedro, Cahill, Hazard and Kante.

Meanwhile Manchester City are top of the table after finishing 1-1 at home to Southampton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:12 pm  

Christmas Card competition - win tea with the Mayor of Richmond

The Mayor of Richmond is searching for the best Christmas cards designed by children this year.

The winners of the competition will have their design made into a real card and be invited to tea with him in the Mayor’s parlour.

If you go to school or live in the borough and are aged between 5 and 11, you can enter.

Entries must:
be on A5 paper, either landscape or portrait
be original, creative and colourful
not use glitter, or any other protruding items
include the child's name, age, phone number, school and address on the back of the design.

Designs should be submitted to Michelle Beaumont, Mayor’s Support Officer, by 5pm on Friday 4 November 2016. The winning design will be announced the following week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Unaccompanied migrant children arrive in Croydon

A coach carrying 80 unaccompanied children from the Jungle camp in Calais has arrived in Croydon.

But there are concerns the government has made insufficient provision to care for them.

Specialist social workers were offered to the Home Office in August, but only taken on last week.

Demolition teams are due to move in to clear the jungle of its seven-thousand inhabitants tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

MK Dons manager has lost his job - after 6 years in charge

One of the longest-serving managers in English football has lost his job.

Karl Robinson has left his position as boss of League One team MK Dons.

He'd been in charge for 6 years.

Arsenal's Arsene Wenger and Exeter's Paul Tisdale are the only serving managers who've had their jobs longer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

Chelsea lead 2-0 after 30 minutes

Chelsea lead 2-0 at Stamford Bridge. 30 seconds into the game, Pedro scored their first against Manchester United.

Gary Cahill then fired another into the back of the net in the 21st minute - to give the Blues a comfortable lead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:34 pm  

Female driver hit by cow in Croydon

A woman has been left with minor injuries after crashing into a rogues cow in Croydon.

The Audi car that was involved has a big dent in it, but police could not locate the cow, which is thought to be ‘on the loose.’

It happened at about 7pm last night in Farthing Down.

When officers arrived on the scene, they found a female driver with minor injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Chelsea take on Manchester United at 4pm - Thibaut Courtouis talks about Mourinho

Chelsea will look to make it three Premier League wins in a row when they go up against former manager Jose Mourinho's Manchester United this afternoon.

The United boss is back at Stamford Bridge for the first time since his second sacking by owner Roman Abramovich.

Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois says he still has plenty of respect for Mourinho.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Migrant children arrive in Croydon this afternoon

A group of unaccompanied migrant children - without links to Britain - are arriving in the UK from Calais.

Demolition of the "jungle" camp there begins tomorrow.

Thousands of people will be taken to French refugee centres.

Around 80 children are due in Croydon this afternoon.

Leader of Hammersmith and Fulham council - Stephen Cowan - says he's in contact with the Home Office to re-house some of them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

31-year old man will appear at court in Staines charged with sexual assault

A 31-year old man will appear at Staines Magistrates Court charged with rape, sexual assault and ABH.

It’s following an allegation of serious sexual assault on an 18-year old girl in Guildford in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Mr Mogridge from Stamford has been remanded in custody until tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Carshalton MP speaks up for the Polish community.

Carshalton MP Tom Brake has spoken up for the rights and safety of the Polish community in the UK.

The Early Day Motion, backed by 25 Mps celebrates the contribution of Polish migrants to Britain.

It calls on the government to ensure their security following the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.

There has been a rise in attacks between racial minorities since the EU referendum - with a rise of 40% in July compared to last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:33 am  

Weybridge MP and Chancellor Hammond is lobbied over funeral costs for children

The Weybridge MP and Chancellor Philip Hammond has been asked to give funeral costs to parents coping with the death of a young child.

The call’s come from Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

He’s asking the Chancellor Philip Hammond to set aside 10 million pounds in the Autumn Statement to pay for the plan.

It would mean grieving families wouldn't have to pay for either a burial plot or cremation provided by local authorities for children.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 am  

Jose Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge

It is a massive game for Chelsea today when Jose Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge for the first time since being sacked last December.

He brings his Manchester United side hoping to cause an upset at the feat of his previous employer.

The blues currently sit in 5th, two points and two places in front of United, and four points behind league leaders Arsenal.

Mourinho won three premier league titles with Chelsea in two spells, and is the most successful manager in their history.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 am  

American Football comes to Twickenham

The home of English rugby union hosts America's version of football today for the first time.

Twickenham will stage the regular-season NFL game between the Los Angeles Rams and the New York Giants.

One of the biggest stars of the sport will be involved - Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Junior.

He receives plenty of attention for things like the way he styles his hair - but he says he's all business when required.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 am  

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