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Saturday, 4 March 2017

People living near Clapham Common have welcomed a move to reduce the noise at this year’s SW4 festival.


Lambeth and Wandsworth Councils agreed on an out of court settlement with the event organisers last week.

As a result, Lambeth Council has agreed to reduce the noise levels at the event on bank holiday Monday.

Following numerous complaints from residents, music will need to be turned off at 10pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 pm  

Young Muslims from Merton joined members of the community this weekend

As part of the Keep Britain Tidy campaign, 30 volunteers from the Ahmadiyaa Muslim Youth Association took to Morden Town Centre to help keep the streets clean.

Those behind the clean up in Morden were environmental group Sustainable Merton.

Speaking at the event, Councillor Ross Garrod, says they are sending a message that "Merton is better united".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

Crystal Palace are out of the Premier League's relegation zone

They're three points clear of the bottom three, after their 2-nil win at West Brom.

Manager Sam Allardyce says they deserved it.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:16 pm  

A campaign against a private car park in Ashford town centre brought residents and Councillors onto the streets today

The Ashford Antiques Centre pay and display car park is targeted for unfair treatment of the drivers using the site.

They're accused of not allowing sufficient time for people to buy a ticket, ghost ticketing and even harassment.

There is hope that negotiations with the manager of the car park will lead to new parking wardens being used.

Michelle Arnold, who started the campaign, says this is progress, but there is more that has to be resolved.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:13 pm  

Two teenagers from Croydon have been jailed following the stabbing of a man at birthday party in January

Shaquille Bradley-Allen from Thornton Heath was found guilty of grievous bodily harm and possession of an offensive weapon.

He was sentenced to 11 years with 4 years on extended licence.

A 14 year-old also pleaded guilty for the same charges at an earlier hearing and was sentenced to 4 years and 8 months in prison.

Detective Inspector David Bowen says “the sentences imposed are a reminder that violence of this nature will not be tolerated”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:04 pm  

Putney MP welcomes funding boost for special needs

The Putney MP Justine Greening has welcomed a funding boost for the lives of thousands of children with special needs.

More than two hundred million pounds will be used in schools.

The money will be used to build specialised classrooms- expand classrooms and even create space for wheelchairs.

Each council should get at least five hundred thousand pounds for mainstream schools including grammar schools and FE colleges.

Edward Timpson – the Minister for Vulnerable Children and Families made the announcement.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:52 am  

Sunny side of the street for Richmond's residents

Half a million pounds has been set aside to fix Richmond’s pavements.

In the Annual Residents’ Survey, a number of people said the condition of pavements is one of their top concerns.

Each of the fourteen villages across the borough will receive £35,000 to sort out things like damaged paving slabs.

The scheme looks at ‘small fix’ repairs which are normally minor improvements

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:26 am  

Chelsea captain's Oxshott home burgled

Surrey police has confirmed that a home was burgled in Oxshott last weekend.

It follows a newspaper report that John Terry's home had been targeted by thieves while he was on holiday.

The Chelsea captain posted photos on Instagram of himself and family members away on a skiing trip.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 am  

Hayes MP says Labour is under media attack every day

The Hayes MP and Shadow Labour Chancellor John McDonnell says his party is battling against media attacks and

anonymous briefings.

Mr McDonnell’s team faced with critics every day, which makes it more difficult to convey policy ideas to the general public.

He’s been interviewed in the Guardian today.

He says it’s exhausting – and he’s singled out the Guardian and owners of other newspapers.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 am  

Appeal to moped riders in Hounslow


Detectives are appealing to moped riders who may have seen a road accident in Hounslow.

The London Ambulance were early on the scene last night after a moped collided with a Land Rover which was parked on Great West Road where it meets Sutton Lane.

A young man in his 20’s was taken to a hospital in central London with serious injuries - he’s been treated in a stable condition.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

Calls for Chancellor and Weybridge MP to boost social care

An all-political group of MPs says social care should receive more than a billion in next week's budget.

MP’s are telling the Weybridge MP and Chancellor Philip Hammond cash put aside for later years is needed NOW.

Surrey will have to spend 20 million in savings on social care after councillors voted in a lower budget of just under 5 percent.

Jonathan McShane spokesman for the Local Government Association says social care is on its knees.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:54 am  

Low Council tax for Wandsworth

There’s good news for Wandsworth residents after the Council executive approved a budget plan this week which would give one of the lowest Council tax rates in the country.

Although the council’s share of the tax will rise by 3.99%, it will still mean that a typical Band D house will pay only £700 a year, which is about half of the average for London.

Two percent of the increase will be ring-fenced to fund social care.

The budget will go to the full Council for approval on the 8th March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 am  

Clean up in Merton

Pupils at Cranmer Primary School in Mitcham kicked off a cleaning spree across Merton this weekend.

The children had help on Friday from Haydon the Womble from AFC Wimbledon as they pitched in for the Big Tidy Up weekend.

Five more community clean-ups will be taking place today and tomorrow as volunteers work to clear rubbish on the streets and parks.

It costs Merton over £5 million a year to pick up the tonnes of litter left in the borough.

Volunteers are welcome to join the work at any of the following venues:


Saturday 4 March 10 am – 1 pm:
1. Meet outside the Civic Centre
2. Meet at Haydon’s Road Rec by the car park
3. Meet at St Helier Roundabout
4. Figges Marsh area: meet in the car park near the corner of London Road and Gorringe Park Avenue

Sunday 5 March – 10 am – 1 pm
Ravensbury park
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 am  

Friday, 3 March 2017

Police in Hounslow have rescued a man who was threatening to self-harm.

Officers were called to reports of someone on the roof of West Middlesex Hospital in Isleworth.

They were able to speak with him in Punjabi as they tried to calm him. They went to his aid and safely restrained him.

The 33 year old man is receiving hospital treatment and has not sustained any serious injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Commuters faced hour-long delays as signal failures caused disruption on the Hammersmith and City Line this afternoon.

There were also technical issues on the Bakerloo, Circle and District Lines.

In a statement posted on their website TFL urged passengers to use buses and Overground routes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:44 pm  

Police have released CCTV images of missing Victor Ivanelo.



The 21 year old is pictured travelling from Clapham Junction to Claygate on a South West train shortly before 4pm on Saturday afternoon.

He’s seen wearing a three quarter length Parka style jacket, jeans, walking style boots and headphones.

He was carrying a black over the shoulder bag and was wearing glasses.

Officers are urging anyone who recognises Victor from the images to share any information they might have with Surrey Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 pm  

A bus caught fire in Croydon this afternoon.

Fire fighters were called to the scene on Courtwood Lane just after 2.30.

The bus was badly damaged by the fire but no injuries were reported.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 pm  

A Mitcham man has been sentenced to 21 months in prison for his involvement in a drug gang.

50 year old Adam Pawlowski was arrested at a property in Camberley, where officers found 80 cannabis plants.

Three others were also arrested and charged, including 41 year old Adam Kotarski from Sunbury. He faces a year behind bars
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

People have until the end of March to subscribe to Hounslow Council’s garden waste collection service.

Last year, the scheme saw over 16,000 residents sign up.

As a result of this, the Council collected around 3,5000 tonnes of waste and turned it into compost.

The Council aims to drive up the borough’s recycling rates to 50 per cent over the next two years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:24 pm  

Detectives investigating a stabbing in Croydon have arrested two teenagers.

The 17-year-old has been released on bail until a date in mid-April. The 18-year-old remains in custody.

Police were called to reports of a teenage boy found stabbed in the car park near Whitgift Street on Tuesday.

Officers attended and found a 17-year-old boy with multiple stab wounds in a stairwell; he remains in a life threatening condition.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 pm  

Wimbledon champion Andy Murray's into the final of the Dubai Tennis Championships.

The world number one saw off Frenchman Lucas Pouille 7-5, 6-1 in the semis.

Murray says his grueling last-eight victory over Philip Kohlschreiber last night took it's toll.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:50 pm  

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says he's not received an offer to take over at Inter Milan, and that he's happy in London.

Reports have suggested the club would like to bring him back to Italy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

Sir Bruce Forsyth is to return home to Virginia Water from hospital later today, after spending five nights in intensive care.

The veteran entertainer was reportedly taken in on Sunday after developing a severe chest infection.

The 89 year old has thanked everyone for their support.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 pm  

Many complain that their high street is being overrun by Estate Agents.

But one council has decided to put a stop to this.

Wandsworth is to use its planning powers to give greater protection to shops and other retail outlets from being turned into estate agents.

Article 4 powers will be implemented to ensure planning permission is obtained before shops can be changed.

The change will disallow the right to make a change without planning permission using what are known as “permitted development rights”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:46 pm  

A man has died after being hit by a train at South Croydon station

Police and paramedics were called to the scene just after 1.30pm.

The man’s identity is still unknown and his family is yet to be informed.

The incident is not being treated as suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 pm  

A City Hall report’s recommending councils across London consider bringing in parking charges for diesel vehicles.

It’s to help tackle the capitals toxic air.

Westminster recently became Britain’s first town hall to impose a diesel surcharge.

Other boroughs including Kensington and Chelsea and Merton have already introduced charges for residents’ parking permits.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 pm  

Accident on M25 at Cobham brings traffic to a stand



This was the scene earlier after a car hit the central reservation and came to rest in the outside lane less than half a mile after J10.

Three vehicles were involved in the accident, but no one was seriously hurt.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 pm  

Wandsworth council’s naming of a new building is at the centre of a row today.



Its called the new luxury housing block, being built on the site of the historic Ram Brewery, Verdon Roe House.

He was a supporter of well-known fascist leader, Oswald Mosley.

MPs want the council to reconsider the name due to an increase in hate crimes and fears it sends out the wrong message.

Roe’s believed to be the first Englishman to make a successful powered flight across Britain, after making a plane in Wandsworth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:02 pm  

A landlord has been fined over £40,000 for ignoring planning restrictions and eviction notices.

Adrian Francis Lasrado refused to acknowledge eviction notices issued by Sutton Council at two homes in Wallington & Hackbridge.

He was accused of failing to co-operate with the council and fined.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:57 pm  

A teenage girl has been sexually assaulted near Addlestone Cemetery



The alleged attack happened on the footpath between Green Lane and Eastworth Road on the afternoon of Monday the 6th of February.

The young girl was walking along the path and was pulled into a wooded area by the suspect who then allegedly assaulted her.



If you recognise the man in the e-fit or noticed anything suspicious at the time of the offence then contact Surrey police on 101 or report online and quote reference number 45170019599.

If you do not want to leave your name the independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:52 pm  

Billy Vunipola's hopes of playing a part for England in rugby union's Six Nations campaign have been given a boost

He's been named in Saracens' side for their Premiership game against Newcastle on Sunday - in what will be his first appearance since injuring his knee in November.

Champions England play Scotland at Twickenham a week tomorrow in their penultimate match of this year's competition.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 pm  

Wandsworth council’s naming of a new building is at the centre of a row today

They’ve called the new luxury housing block, being built on the site of the historic Ram brewery, Verdon Roe House.

He was a supporter of well-known fascist leader, Oswald Mosley.

MPs want the council to reconsider the name due to an increase in hate crimes and fears it sends out the wrong message.

Roe’s believed to be the first Englishman to make a successful powered flight across Britain, after making a plane in Wandsworth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:26 pm  

The people of Wimbledon Village say business rates and high rents are turning it into a ghost town

Affluent Wimbledon Village is not a place you would normally associate with money worries.

But, shop owners say the high street is dying because of a “lethal mix” of parking charges, high rents and business rate increases.

33 shops have closed in two years, and it’s not just the individuals.

Closures include Barclays Bank, Jack Wills, Cafe Rouge, Joules and Molton Brown.

Business owners say the blame lies firmly with Merton Council, which is to comment on the issue today.

They also claim that Wimbledon Village, which is "the jewel in the crown" because it is attracts visitors worldwide annually for the tennis, is being used to "prop up the rest of the borough."

Adrian Mills, Chairman of Wimbledon Village Business Association, chats to Jackie's Lucy Mayer about his fears for the once affluent High Street.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:56 am  

A motorbike rider has been taken to hospital after colliding with a car on Stonecot Hill

Emergency services were called to the scene at 9 o’clock this morning.

According to police the vehicles crashed outside Asda, near the pedestrian crossing.

The rider has suffered serious leg injuries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:50 am  

Investigations are continuing following a fire at a tyre shop in Isleworth last night.

Fire fighters were called to the site in Mill Plat Avenue at 8.30.

Part of the tyre shop’s fitting bay and a car within it were damaged by fire.

One person left the flat above the shop before the brigade arrived.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:36 am  

A man from Chessington has been arrested after 600,000 endangered eels were discovered at Heathrow Airport

They were found hidden under fish after entering the country via Spain, by Border Force Officers in February.

The glass Eels were on the way to Hong Kong, where they are a delicacy and cost over £1 million on the black market.

The 64-year-old arrested, has been bailed pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 am  

Updated: 74 year old man missing from Brentford found safe and well



Alister Daniels vanished after leaving his home in Trimmer Walk, Brentford at 11am on Wednesday.

Some reports have placed him at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth, but they are not confirmed.

Mr Daniels is described as white; around 5ft 7ins with a frail build, with short grey hair, a thin white moustache.

He was last reported to be wearing black trousers, white trainers and a blue coloured parker.

Mr Daniels has access to public transport with his Freedom pass so may be travelling back to London, or anywhere else reachable from Portsmouth.

Anyone who has seen Mr Daniels, or who knows of his whereabouts, is urged to contact police via 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:19 am  

Surrey leader urges Chancellor to make “firm commitment” to Crossrail 2

The leader of Surrey County Council is urging the Chancellor, Phillip Hammond, to make a firm commitment to Crossrail 2.

David Hodge’s comments come ahead of next week’s spring budget.

He says the cross-London train line, which is set to serve Shepperton, Epsom and Hampton Court is vital to businesses and residents.

Especially those dealing with overcrowding on Surrey’s train services into central London during peak times.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 am  

A website for young people in Croydon Wandsworth, Kingston, Richmond, Sutton and Merton has been given a makeover

Teens aged between 13 & 19 will now find it easier to access important information about their mental health and well-being.

The Getting It On website offers free and confidential advice to support those wanting to make informed decisions.

Councillor Louisa Woodley, cabinet member for families, health and social care says:

“Getting It On is south-west London’s online one-stop shop to help young people navigate some of life’s ups and downs during their teenage years. At this time in their life they can often feel overwhelmed with a range of issues affecting them, such as their body image, fashion trends, exams and being bullied. It’s really important for them to know who to turn to for the most appropriate and up-to-date information for their age group.

We have joined-up resources across south-west London to ensure that this information is consistent and current for all our youngsters. This approach also means that we can simplify structures and provide a range of accessible services that support children and young people to make healthier and confident choices as they approach adulthood.”

Belinda Houghton, Account Manager at The Creative Team, says:

“We have worked closely with the six London boroughs for over eight years now on the Getting It On website. In this latest redesign, we have really tried to create a website that is informative, dynamic and appealing to young people, and the perfect place for local services to showcase what they offer in an easy-to-use way.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

Affluent Wimbledon Village is not a place you would normally associate with money worries

But, shop owners say the high street is dying because of a “lethal mix” of parking charges, high rents and business rate increases.

33 shops have closed in two years, and it’s not just the individuals. Chains like Jack Wills and Café Rouge have also been forced to shut.

Adrian Mills, Chairman of Wimbledon Village Business Association, says the council is turning a blind eye.



Merton Council is due to comment today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 am  

Chelsea boss to end speculation about Inter link

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is expected to quash speculation about his future at Chelsea during his weekly press conference today.

There have been reports in Italy that he is homesick and is considering a return to Serie A.

Inter Milan have new Chinese owners who are prepared to offer him a contract in the region of 10-million pounds a year.

A spokesman for Chelsea said they are not concerned by the talk of Inter’s interest.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:37 am  

British Airways cabin crew begin strike action

Heathrow based British Airways cabin crew are due to begin seven days of strike action today in a long-running pay row.

Members of the Unite union who are part of the airline's so-called "mixed fleet" are walking out again.

BA insists disruption will be kept to a minimum, with all customers able to reach their destinations.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 am  

Thursday, 2 March 2017

Investigations are continuing following a fatal accident in Chipstead

A 75-year-old cyclist died after colliding with a van in Outwood Lane just before midday yesterday.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 pm  

New campaign launches this weekend to get residents cleaning up their neighbourhoods

People have the opportunity to make their neighbourhoods cleaner this weekend by getting involved in the Great British Spring Clean.

Organised by Keep Britain Tidy, the campaign is taking place from Friday to Sunday.

Croydon Council is supporting the event as part of its own Don’t Mess With Croydon campaign.

It has seen over 300 residents organise clean-ups in their area.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 pm  

The search for a missing Surrey University student intensifies


A large number of officers are looking to locate Viktor Ivanelo, who not been seen since he left a friend's home in Esher on Sunday.

He was last seen wearing a grey formal jacket, blue jeans and smart shoes and was carrying a black over the shoulder Hugo Boss bag.

Surrey Police Chief Inspector of Operations, Amy Buffoni says they are “extremely concerned for his welfare”.

It’s after a number of his belongings were found at the side of a Bridleway in Woodstock Lane South by a horse rider on Sunday.

If you can help, please contact Surrey Police on 101, quoting reference number 45170020251.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

A school was evacuated in Wandsworth earlier following reports of an unexploded World War II bomb.

Road closures were put in place as specialist police officers searched Ronald Ross Primary school in Castlecombe Drive.

Students evacuated the scene.

It turned out to be an electrical device, that was eventually deemed to be safe.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:13 pm  

A road has been closed just off the A3 at Wandsworth due to a suspected unexploded World War II bomb.

Beaumont road was closed just after 11.30.

We’ll bring you more as we get it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:54 am  

A couple from Mitcham have been reunited with their missing cat

A retired couple from Mitcham have been reunited with their cat after it went missing six months ago.

Keith and Christine Shearman were devastated after returning home from a shopping trip to find their cat Lupin gone last September.

But, last week the couple got a phone call from Blue Cross in Collier's Wood, saying Lupin, who was micro-chipped, had been found.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 am  

Kingston's MP is calling on a developer to get on with clearing a piece of their land that has been fly- tipped in New Malden

Travellers moved on to the derelict Shell Garage in Coombe Road in New Malden for two days in December.

Current owners Frontier Estates says the clean-up operation will cost a staggering £20,000.

But almost three months later, James Berry says Frontier needs to take responsibility, and sort the problem.



Meanwhile, a new report says fly-tipping was reported almost 107 times every hour across England between 2015 and 2016, as the number of incidents rose for the third year in a row.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:44 am  

Dylan Hartley says Italy's unusual tactics at Twickenham will make him a better captain

England's Dylan Hartley believes the experience of facing Italy's unusual tactics in their recent rugby union Six Nations win will make him a better captain.

After initially being confused by the Italians' refusal to engage in rucks - they came from behind to triumph at Twickenham.

Hartley says what he'll do differently if another team tries it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:36 am  

Two bus lane cameras in Kingston are amongst the most lucrative in the UK

Almost 4,000 motorists a day across the country are fined for driving in bus lanes.

Eden Street in Kingston has the third most lucrative bus lane in the Country; the council revealed it makes £990,000 yearly.

Kingston’s London Road has the daily income of £1,700 which is nearly £550,000 every-year.

The figures come from BBC England who contacted authorities responsible for highways.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 am  

Silent Witness actress Emilia Fox has been unveiled as the new ambassador for this year’s Epsom Derby

She’s been chosen for her love of all things equestrian.

She’ll also collaborate with royal milliner Rachel Trevor-Morgan to design an exclusive, bespoke hat to wear.

This year’s Derby day is on Saturday June the 3rd.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

Italy has become the first country in the European Union to offer 12 year old boys the HPV vaccine.

And it’s all thanks to research carried out by Kingston University.

More than 8 women every day are diagnosed with cervical cancer in the UK, which can be caused by the Human Papilloma Virus.

But, according to scientists, boys can also be infected with one of the many strains of the virus which can lead to penis cancer.

Italy has become the first country in the EU G8 area to adopt a gender neutral vaccine programme.

A study by Kingston University’s Professor Giampiero Favato, called BEST, has been used to push the programme through.

He has now written to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to see if a similar programme can be rolled out here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:17 am  

The search for a missing Surrey University student has entered its fifth day



21-year-old, Viktor Ivanelo, has not been seen since he left a friend's home in Esher, in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Esher and Claygate are the focus of the investigation.

A police helicopter, a drone, and search and rescue dogs have now joined police and specialist search officers in the hunt.

Police are also carrying out searches in Chessington.

It’s after a number of his belongings were found at the side of a bridleway in Woodstock Lane South by a horse rider on Sunday.

The search officers are being joined by around 30 Surrey Search and Rescue Volunteers, and their dogs and drone capability.

Residents in the Claygate, Esher and Chessington areas are being urged to check any sheds, garages or outbuildings in case Viktor has taken shelter.

Viktor is a student at the University of Surrey and has lodgings in Guildford although his permanent address is in South West London. He has not been seen at either address since he went missing. A number of enquiries are also being carried out in these areas.

Viktor was wearing a grey formal jacket, blue jeans and smart shoes, and was carrying a black over the shoulder bag which may have had a laptop inside when he was last seen. He was not wearing his glasses when he left the address in Esher.

Detective Chief Inspector Paul Rymarz, from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team, who is overseeing the investigation, said: “We are keeping an open mind at this stage but it is completely out of character for Viktor not to have made contact with anyone for this amount of time and we are extremely concerned for his welfare.

“We have no reason to believe that Viktor poses any risk to the public – all I am asking residents in the areas listed above to do is check any outbuildings or sheds in case he has taken refuge there.

DCI Rymarz continued: “The discovery of some of his personal belongings is of particular concern, given that they were found some distance from where he was last seen and we are focusing our searches on this area. We are also concerned that there has not been a single sighting of him or that he has not made any contact with family or friends since he went missing.

“Anyone with any information as to his whereabouts is asked to come forward as a matter of urgency. We are carrying out a number of enquiries but any other information or sightings, no matter how insignificant they might seem, would help us enormously.”

If you can help, please contact Surrey Police on 101, quoting reference number 45170020251.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

A row's broken out between Slimming World and the makers of a low-fat sausage based in Woking

The weight loss group claims Porky Lights are "much higher in fat" than the packaging suggests, and says it's removed them from its database.

Sausage firm G White and Co says independent tests show the bangers are just 3 percent fat, as advertised.

Brothers Harry and Jim White opened their first Porky Whites butchery in Ewell in 1935.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:40 am  

A log cabin built without planning permission in Hersham is to be torn down

The owner of the structure, on green belt land off Seven Hills Road, says it was erected for the purpose of bio-diversity research.

But, after three years of legal wrangling, Elmbridge Council has ordered him to remove it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 am  

Wimbledon champion says he's playing better than he did earlier this year

Wimbledon champion Andy Murray feels he's playing better than he did at the beginning of the year.

The world number one takes on German Philipp Kohlschreiber in the quarter-finals of the Dubai Tennis Championships this afternoon.

He only dropped two games in beating Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in the last-16.

Murray's not expecting it to be an easy match though.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Police need help to locate a man who is missing from Fulham


Police are appealing for help to locate a man who is missing from Fulham.

Anyone who sees 25-year old John Thomson or knows of his whereabouts should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:17 am  

Pupils in Hounslow have been offered high number of secondary school places this year

93% of pupils in Hounslow have been offered a place at one of their six preferred secondary schools.

There’s also been a seven per cent increase in the number of applications made on time by residents in the borough.

63% of pupils were given their first choice and Councillor Tom Bruce says they have seen a rise in demand for their schools.

He’s delighted that they were able to offer more places this time for this September, than last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Hammersmith and Fulham is worst performing borough to give chosen secondary school places

A record number of 11 year olds have missed their first choice of secondary school place this September.

Hammersmith and Fulham was the worst performing borough with nearly 50% of pupils not getting into their desired school.

It was followed by Lewisham, Westminster and Wandsworth.

At the other end of the scale, less than 25% of 11 year olds in Kingston missed out on their first choice.

Children in London are expected to be the least likely in the country to get a place at their preferred school, with one in three missing out compared with an expected one in six nationally.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:49 am  

Lib Dems say NHS passport for NHS workers in Sutton, Cheam and Worcester Park is crucial

The Liberal Democrats want there to be an ‘NHS passport’ for the thousands of NHS workers living in Sutton, Cheam and Worcester Park.

Figures have revealed the extent to which local NHS services rely on EU nationals and some MPs want to ensure they’re guaranteed to stay in Britain.

The Lib Dem Parliamentary Spokesperson for Sutton and Cheam explained how St Helier and St George’s would struggle to cope without them.

She’s urging the local MP for the area, Paul Scully to stand up and support the local residents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

The Wimbledon champion attempts to make the semi-finals of the Tennis Championships in Dubai

World number one Andy Murray attempts to reach the semi-finals of the Dubai Tennis Championships this afternoon.

The Wimbledon title-holder takes on German Philipp Kohlschreiber in the last eight.

Murray's potential route to the title now looks a lot easier - after Roger Federer's surprise three-set defeat.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 am  

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Police are appealing for witnesses after a stabbing in Epsom

Police are appealing for witnesses following a stabbing in Epsom.

Officers were called to the victim’s house on Friday evening, where he reported that he had been attacked by a group of youths in Hollymoor Lane.

The victim is now recovering in hospital following surgery.

Police estimate that the incident happened sometime between 10.20 and 11pm.

Anyone with information should contact Surrey Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 pm  

Nigel Farage’s top aide sentenced for wire fraud

A former aide to Nigel Farage has been jailed for eight months in the US after pleading guilty to fraud.

It’s after 23-year-old George Cottrell was met by FBI officers in Chicago, when he and the former leader of the UKIP party were en-route to Heathrow.

He admitted trying to scam criminals on the "dark web" by pretending to be a money launderer.

Cottrell also claimed he lived with his parents in Worcestershire, despite being listed as living at a £2.5million flat in Kensington.

Mr Farage has previously distanced himself from the ex-aide - describing him as "a volunteer".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 pm  

Police step up the search for missing student from Esher who's been missing for nearly four days



The search for a missing student from Esher has been stepped up, as the time since he’s last been seen approaches nearly four days.

Viktor Ivanelo hasn’t been seen since he left a friend’s house at around 2am on Sunday.

A number of the 21-year-old’s belongings, including his phone and keys, were discovered in Chessington on the day he went missing.

Police have since deployed a search helicopter and a large number of officers look for the University of Surrey student.

If anyone has any information, please contact Surrey Police on 101, quoting reference number 45170020251.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 pm  

Two British medics, one who studied in Sutton, reportedly killed while fighting for so-called Islamic State

Two British medics, one of who studied in Sutton, have been killed in Iraq after leaving their studies to join so-called Islamic State.

It’s understood that Ahmed Sami Khider who had been a student at Wallington County Grammar School, and Hisham Fadlallah, died at the weekend.

Khider is understood to have been in a convoy trying to leave Mosul when it was hit by gunfire.

It is not known if Fadlallah was killed in the same incident.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

Two women from Stanwell to appear in court charged with fraud offences

Two women from Surrey will appear in court after being charged for fraud and other offences.

24-year-old Varsha Gunputh and 22-year-old Valentina Speroni, both from Stanwell face a court date on the 28th March.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:38 pm  

MP for Epsom and Ewell is pleased about tougher penalties for using phones at the wheel

MP for Epsom & Ewell and Transport Secretary says tougher punishments for drivers using their phones in Britain will be a strong deterrent.

Offenders can expect six penalty points if they're caught - meaning new drivers would face losing their licence.

The fine has also doubled - to 200 pounds.

Road safety campaigner Imogen Cauthrey as hit by a driver who was using his mobile when she was nine.:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:26 pm  

A serial burglar who stole over £1 million pounds worth of jewellery from Simon Cowell's home has been jailed for eight years at Isleworth Crown Court.

Darren February broke into the house in Holland Park in 2015, while the security guard went to the toilet.

The 33 year old's already serving an eight-and-a-half year sentence for knocking down and killing a motorcyclist.

Simon Cowell says it's been "very traumatic".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A businessman from Fulham has been arrested in the US for an alleged kidnapping.

34 year old Paolo Aldorsai is accused of snatching a student off the street, forcing him into his car and holding him hostage for two hours.

He allegedly told the young man to withdraw thousands of dollars from his debit card and to buy luxury goods.

The father of two was arrested at Seattle Airport and detained until Thursday’s hearing as police consider him a “serious flight risk”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Police are appealing for witnesses following a stabbing in Croydon.

Officers were called to the incident in Wandle Road car park shortly before 10.30 last night.

They found a 17 year old boy with multiple stab wounds in a stairwell.

He was taken to hospital where his condition is described as life-threatening.

No arrests have been made and anyone with information should contact the police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

The education secretary says she wants to make it compulsory for every primary school in England to teach about relationships.

Putney MP, Justine Greening also plans to force all secondaries to give lessons on sex education - saying the current guidance is outdated.

The proposals would apply to academies and maintained schools, but parents could still withdraw their children from lessons.

Lucy Russell, from the charity Plan International UK, says it's definitely needed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

A judge in Tunisia has charged six security guards with failing to help tourists during a terror attack.

30 British people died in the shooting in Sousse in 2015, including John and Janet Stocker from Modern.

A spokesman for counter-terrorism investigations says guards from the Imperial Hotel are charged with failing to help people in danger, in a manner that caused their deaths.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:05 pm  

A top private hospital in Chelsea has been fined £200,000.

It’s after recordings of intimate chats between couples having IVF were published online.

The Lister Hospital is accused of ‘betraying the trust’ of its patients by the Information Commissioner’s Office.

Staff at the fertility clinic sent recording of appointments between couples and doctors to a company in India to transcribe.

The error was only uncovered when an IVF patient found them on the internet.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:04 pm  

A flight from Heathrow to San Francisco has been cancelled after a mouse was spotted on the plane this morning.

Passengers on the 10:40 British Airways flight - were strapped in and waiting to take off when the cancellation was announced.

According to reports, travellers were told rules stipulate planes cannot take off with mice on-board.

BA has not yet commented, and Heathrow Airport said it could not comment on individual flights.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A woman, who could face jail for a road rage confrontation with Jeremy Vine, has appealed against her conviction.

22 year-old, Shanique Pearson, made a gun sign and threatened the BBC presenter during the row in Kensington last year.

She was convicted of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour against the presenter from Chiswick.

Person was due to be sentenced this morning at Isleworth Crown Court, but it’s been delayed in light of her appeal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:54 pm  

The family of a man who was stabbed to death in Hayes have spoken of their “devastation.”

It comes as a £10,000 Crimestoppers reward was offered for information.

44 year-old Harit Singh Dulai, was attacked and knifed in the chest next to a tennis court in Rosedale Park last year.

He died a few hours later in hospital.

A 16-year-old boy accused of the killing was acquitted following a trial at the Old Bailey in July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:53 pm  

Victor Moses has signed a new contract with Chelsea until 2021.

The Nigeria international has established himself in the first-team this season under new boss Antonio Conte, helping them to the top of the Premier League.

He's been a regular at wing-back since the Italian switched formation - having spent much of his time with the club out on loan after joining from Wigan in 2012.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 pm  

Epsom's MP and Transport Secretary welcomes new driving law

A £200 fine and 6 penalty points is what drivers now face if they’re caught using their mobile phone behind the wheel.

MP for Epsom and Ewell and Transport Secretary Chris Grayling welcomes the new law.

It's double the previous punishment, and means anyone caught within two years of passing their test would lose their license.

He says there are no excuses.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 pm  

Person struck by train at Hounslow Central

A man has died after being hit by a train at Hounslow Central Underground Station.

Emergency services were called to the scene just before 10.30 this morning.

The death is not been treated as suspicious and police are working to contact his next of kin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:26 am  

Doctors at St George’s hospital in Tooting saved a baby who was born four months prematurely

They performed a ground breaking operation on her just 6 days after been born at 23 weeks’ gestation.

Abi Peters is believed to be the youngest ever patient to survive major abdominal surgery.

According the Evening Standard, medics believed the operation had a "less than 10%" chance of success.

Baby Abi was discharged home on Monday, after four months and a day in hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:52 am  

A driver has been taken to hospital with minor injuries after a car overturned in Ewell



Officers from Surrey Police attended to the crash on Kingston Road at about 7.30 this morning.

The vehicle has been recovered and all lanes reopened.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:45 am  

Croydon had the highest number of collisions attended by firefighters last year



The number of car crashes in the capital - are at a five-year high according to new figures released by the London Fire Brigade.

Firefighters attended 12% more accidents on London’s roads last year, with crews called to nearly 4,550 incidents.

On average, the Brigade say, crews are cutting six people from their vehicles every week.

New figures show that Croydon had the highest number of collisions attended by firefighters last year with 267.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:20 am  

Richmond's youngsters are been encouraged to vote in the Youth Parliament elections

Thousands of youngsters in Richmond are being encouraged to cast their votes at this year’s Youth Parliament elections.

Lucy Mayer reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 am  

2017 marks a special year for people in Richmond

It’s the 40th anniversary of the twinning between the town and Fontainebleau, which lies 30 miles south of Paris.

A cycle ride is being organised in September to mark the event.

All funds raised through it will go to Twickenham based charity StreetInvest which supports street children around the world.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 am  

Wimbledon title-holder aims to make it through to the third round of the Championships in Dubai

The Wimbledon title-holder Andy Murray is aiming to reach the third round at the Dubai Tennis Championships later.

The world number one will take on Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in the second round.

He says he knows it will be a tough match and hasn’t got great memories of playing the Spaniard.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Government are discussing drone regulation - after a plane was hit over Richmond Park last year

A former Metropolitan police officer has told the House of Lords that drones should be banned from entering airspace near airports.

It comes after an investigation was launched after a plane bound for Heathrow was hit last year as it flew over the Richmond Park area.

The government is currently consulting on drone regulation after 70 incidents across the UK last year.

Transport minister, Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon says they’re looking at different systems for detecting the aircrafts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

New motorists in Surrey can now lose their license much easier than before

More than 300 motorists across Surrey were stopped for using their mobile phones during a one week crack down by officers in January – but from today the law changes.

New drivers in the borough will lose their licence if they’re now caught.

The penalty today increased to a 200 pound fine and six penalty points – enough to lose your license within two years of passing.

Safety campaigner Paul Kerr says people must pay full attention to the road:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

AFC Wimbledon manager congratulates squad after a win away last night

AFC Wimbledon’s manager has given his reaction after his team won last night against Scunthorpe United.

Neal Ardley praised the squad for adapting to the 3-5-2 formation, that had paid off for them at Glanford Park.

The Dons who were playing away won 2-1 - Scunthorpe have now not had a win for 6 games.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:28 am  

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Heathrow boss says he will commit to making Heathrow expansion environmentally friendly

Heathrow's boss has promised that the airport’s expansion for its new runway will be carbon neutral.

John Holland-Kaye said the commitment to making the airport more environmentally friendly made financial sense as well as being the right thing to do.

The plan also involves £500,000 funding for a new research centre aimed at minimising aircraft noise and pollution.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:53 pm  

Fire fighters have rescued a teenager from underneath a van in Clapham



Fire crews used air bags to lift the vehicle in Poynders Road and release the woman this morning.

She was taken to hospital in a conscious state.

Her injuries are not life changing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

Part of Kingston Police station had to be evacuated earlier after artillery shells were handed in at the front desk.



The shells, designed to hold explosive ammunition, were handed in just after 2.30.

Last month there was a similar situation at Wimbledon station after a member of the public handed in an old grenade.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 pm  

Up to 30,000 children will miss out on their first choice of secondary school in London.

That’s according to predictions made by education experts.

The Good Schools’ Guide says there aren’t enough secondary schools in the capital for the number of children needing places this Autumn.

Last year, only 52% of children in Hammersmith and Fulham got into their preferred school.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

Son of Morden couple killed in Tunisia attack speaks out following inquest verdict

Some of the families of the 30 British tourists killed during a terror attack in Tunisia say they plan to sue the travel company, TUI.

The coroner at the inquests ruled all of the victims were unlawfully killed by a gunman on a beach in 2015.

Lawyers think holidaymakers should have been warned about rising security threats in the country.

Grandparents Janet and John Stocker from Morden, were the first to be killed.

Their son Mark, is angry TUI cut their prices following an earlier terror attack.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 pm  

Shares in the operator behind Southern Railway have plunged after it revealed a profit hit caused by almost a year of strikes.

The value of Go-Ahead fell 14% after it published half-year results.

It says earnings from its rail arm fell by just over a third between July and December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:51 pm  

A cross party letter has been sent to communities secretary Sajid Javid by politicians across Elmbridge

They say there is mass confusion over plans to allow building on greenbelt land.

They’re asking for clarification on the release of the Government’s recent white paper.

The people of Elmbridge are currently being consulted on how housing needs can be met without damaging green space

One developer in Cobham, Millgate, has already said no to the council’s request to expand its new housing estate.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:49 pm  

The council leader for Hammersmith & Fulham is urging parents to fight against funding cuts to schools in the capital.

Stephen Cowan is appealing for residents to pile pressure on the government to reconsider its financial plans.

The government apparently aims to slash 2.7 million pounds of funding over two years in the area.

A meeting to discuss the reforms is taking place at 7pm tonight at Hammersmith Town Hall.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Missing student's belongings thought to have been found in Chessington



Surrey Police is appealing for information about a man who has been reported missing after visiting a friend’s house in Esher on Sunday.

21 year old Viktor Ivanelo, left the address in Esher around 2am and has not been seen since.

Officers are growing increasingly concerned for his safety after a number of his belongings were found at the side of a horse track in Chessington around 11.40am on Sunday.

Viktor is a student at the University of Surrey. He has lodgings in Guildford.

Viktor was wearing a grey formal jacket, blue jeans and smart shoes. He was carrying a black over the shoulder bag which may have had a laptop inside. He was not wearing his glasses when he left the address in Esher.

Detective Inspector Jim Strugnell, who is overseeing the investigation, said: “Viktor has not made contact with anyone since leaving the address in Esher on Sunday and we are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.

We would like him to make contact with us as soon as possible so that we can confirm that he is safe and well.

We are also appealing to anyone with any information as to his whereabouts to come forward as a matter of urgency. We are carrying out a number of enquiries, including searches of the area where his belongings were found, but any other information or sightings would help us enormously.”

If you can help, please contact Surrey Police on 101, quoting reference number 45170020251.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:20 pm  

A 16 year old girl has been sexually assaulted on a train at West Drayton

The assault happened on board a Great Western Railway morning service heading towards Paddington.

The suspect joined the train at Hayes and Harlington and began touching her inappropriately.

Police are hunting a black man, aged between 30 and 40 in connection with the incident on February the 15th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 pm  

Land off Shannon Corner in New Malden, that has suffered from years of fly-tip abuse, is to be re-developed.

Investment company Aviva owns the derelict site next to Pets at Home.

Despite a number of security measures, it has been continually fly-tipped, with travellers also moving in.

A spokesman says the company is now in talks with the council to demolish the empty buildings there and start afresh.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:48 pm  

Jackie’s Lucy Mayer takes a look at two of the victims unlawfully killed in Tunisia

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:10 pm  

The owner of Southern Railway has apologised to passengers for almost a year of industrial action.

Go-Ahead - which runs the franchise - says its doors are open to trade unions for more talks.

It says Southern's half-year earnings have slumped by a third after months of disruption.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:23 am  

A massive clean-up of a part of Tolworth has revealed a number of un-taxed cars.

Residents and business owners took to Broadoaks, a notorious route for fly-tipping, on Sunday.

Amongst the rubbish, they discovered eight vehicles without tax, or wrongly shown as being SORN, or off road.

The DVLA is now investigating.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

More than 400,000 British tourists travelled to Tunisia every year, but there has been a massive 90% fall since the attack in Sousse.

Jackie presenter Clive West has stayed at the hotel where the atrocity happened.

He explains why he would go back.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 am  

A coroner's described the response from Tunisian police, following a deadly terror attack in 2015, as "at best shambolic, at worst cowardly".

The inquests are concluding into the deaths of 30 British people, including a couple from Morden, killed by a gunman in Sousse.

Families' lawyers say the travel advice should have highlighted security risks.

But Joe Tidy says the coroner's rejecting calls for him to consider "neglect" as a factor in their deaths.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:54 am  

Tunisia Inquest draws to a close

Grandparents John and Janet Stocker from Morden were killed during the attack in 2015.

They were murdered along with 8 others when a gunman attacked the resort of Sousse.

Leiah Shaw and her family fled the beach that was targeted.

She says even after leaving the area where people where killed, she thought her life was in danger.



Survivors Shelley Hay and Ben Milton want lessons to be learned:



Richard Slater and Maxine Midgley describe what it was like to be on the beach:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:53 am  

Danny Care believes England's rugby union 6 Nations match with Italy will make them a better team.

The hosts struggled to cope with some unconventional tactics at Twickenham before securing a bonus point win.

Care said the whole squad will learn from the experience.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:39 am  

A former physiotherapist at QPR says the recent study which found a potential link with brain damage and headers should be taken seriously.

Justin Lucas-Hill from Twickenham, worked with the team for almost 4 years.

The research, headed by Dr Helen Ling, saw the brains of six players examined who had developed dementia after long careers in the sport.

Lucas-Hill says the evidence found could also be linked to a variety of factors.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 am  

Police are appealing for witnesses after a cyclist suffered life threatening injuries caused by a collision on the Thorpe Bypass.

The incident, involving a silver van and a pedal cycle, happened shortly after 6 yesterday evening.

The 52 year old male cyclist was taken to St George’s Hospital in Tooting with serious head injuries.

Anyone with information should contact Surrey Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:36 am  

Ground maintenance staff working for Wandsworth Council are striking for two days.

They say the council’s contractors, Continental Landscapes, are just “promoting modern day slavery.”

They claim Wandsworth Council and the contractor have ignored requests to raise staff pay from £7.50 an hour to the real living wage.

That’s set by the living wage foundation at £9.75 per hour.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal collision in Teddington.

The incident happened around at 11 last night.

Officers attended the incident in Kingston Road, where a female pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene.

She had been involved in a collision with a car.

The driver stopped at the scene and was not arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:39 am  

An Uber passenger who wanted to book a car to take him from Croydon to Brixton was taken on a 140 mile detour.

The man, called Aaron, was charged almost £500 after accidentally typing Bristol as his destination.

He was attempting to travel a short distance, but after falling asleep in the taxi on Sunday morning he ended up on a five hour detour.

After arriving in Bristol at 6am, the driver offered to take him back to Croydon.

Uber said the passenger will be given a full refund as it was “clearly an unfortunate mistake”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:38 am  

A judge will deliver his inquest conclusions later after hearings into the deaths of 30 British tourists, including a couple from Morden, in Tunisia in June 2015.

They were murdered along with 8 others when a gunman attacked the resort of Sousse.

Leiah Shaw and her family fled the beach that was targeted.

She says even after leaving the area where people where killed, she thought her life was in danger.



Survivors Shelley Hay and Ben Milton want lessons to be learned:



Richard Slater and Maxine Midgley describe what it was like to be on the beach:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:14 am  

Crystal Palace slip into relegation places

Crystal Palace have slipped back into the relegation places as Leicester have begun life without Claudio Ranieri with a win.

They climbed out of the bottom three with a 3-1 victory over Liverpool - in their first game since the Italian was sacked.

Jamie Vardy scored twice and says they wanted to silence some of their recent critics.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 am  

Wandsworth Council issues plea for people to help with refugees

Wandsworth Council is appealing to residents, businesses or other organisations in the Borough to help provide a home for Syrian Refugees.

Under the government’s scheme, houses need to be self contained, have at least two bedrooms and be available for at least two years.

They say the Town Hall will provide a range of help to support them, including a case worker to help with access to benefits and help to settle in.

Anyone who feels they could help is encouraged to contact the Wandsworth housing team.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:26 am  

Man charged following armed burglary in Wimbledon Village

A 28 year old man has been charged with non-residential burglary following a robbery in Wimbledon Village yesterday morning.

The suspect, who was armed with a knife, was still inside when Police arrived at the un-named shop in the early hours.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:25 am  

Monday, 27 February 2017

Crystal Palace coach vandalised

The team bus for Crystal Palace FC has been vandalised, with the club's name and colours sprayed on to it.

The incident occurred sometime ahead of Saturday's 1-nil win over Middlesbrough.

The coach had not been used by Boro for their visit to Selhurst Park, though it’s thought the vandal or vandals believed it had.

A spokesman for the club said the police have been informed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:43 pm  

Former library in Croydon offers support to young people

A former library in Croydon will re-open this summer to support young people with medical or behavioural needs.

The council is set to spend around £1million on renovating the building in Ashburton Park.

The Nisai Group and Fit 2 Learn CIC will work together to provide services focused on students who face learning barriers.

Both organisations will set out to build on their vocational training whilst also providing them different therapeutic techniques.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:26 pm  

Kingston MP James Berry comments on inquiry into historical child sexual abuse

A survivor of child sexual abuse has broken down during the first day of the inquiry into historical allegations.

David Hill recalled the 'endemic' he was subjected to at the school he was sent to in Australia decades ago.

The probe, in England and Wales, is hearing from victims of government-approved child migration programmes.

Thousands of children, many of them in care, were sent to parts of the British empire between 1920 and the 1970s.

Kingston MP James Berry sits on the Home Affairs Select Committee:



After two years of problems and three resignations, the sex abuse inquiry is on its 4th chairwoman Alexis Jay, but Mr Berry believes there's still confidence in the investigations:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:01 pm  

Heathrow revealed as main target for laser attacks

Heathrow is the most targeted airport in the country for laser attacks.

Glasgow comes in a close second.

Civil Aviation Authority data suggests there were 151 incidents at the West London airport last year.

Jonathan Nicholson is from the CAA:


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:26 pm  

Crash in East Molesey



This was the scene in East Molesey earlier after a car and a lorry collided in Bridge Road.

Meanwhile, a car caused severe delays on the A3 at Ripley this afternoon after it overturned on the Northbound stretch.

It crashed into the central reservation just after 2pm, causing an oil spill.

One woman with slight injuries was cut out of a vehicle and taken to hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 pm  

Wandsworth’s landlords are being invited to a forum to discuss housing needs and providing homes for homeless people and refugees.

The forum, set up by the council, is a chance for landlords to have their say about their role in the community.

It will be held at Wandsworth town hall on March 20th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:55 pm  

Bristol Rovers' Will Purdy has joined Sutton on-loan for a month as cover for their former back-up goalkeeper Wayne Shaw

The National League side were forced to put a defender in goal after their regular stopper was injured in Saturday's game against Torquay.

Shaw left Sutton following the reaction to his pie-eating on the bench in the club's FA Cup defeat to Arsenal.

Odds of 8-1 were available for him to do that - and the Gambling Commission is looking into whether he knew.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

A fire on board a Southern train at West Croydon station caused chaos for commuters earlier.

Southern trains were brought to a standstill between Sutton and Norwood Junction and Sutton and Selhurst.

No one was injured in the incident just after 2.30.

The blaze broke out in an electrical supply cabinet at the end of the coach, which meant the electricity had to be cut on the line to get so the fire brigade could get to it.

The train has now been towed away.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

The funeral of Hampton and Richmond FC President Alan Simpson has taken place

He passed away just over two weeks ago at the age of 87, from lung disease.

There was a horse and carriage procession past some of his favourite places followed by a ceremony on the pitch at The Beaver’s ground.

Tim Lane, is a long-running fan of the club. He says he was such a big support to the players.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm  

An appeal has been launched in Richmond for litter picks to take place across the borough.

The Great British Spring Clean campaign, by Keep Britain Tidy, aims to bring people together to clear up rubbish.

Community groups, charities and sports clubs are being called to sign up and take part throughout March.

One of the campaigns first events takes place on Sunday where people are invited to join the Richmond Park spring clean.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:51 pm  

Former England rugby union World Cup-winner Will Greenwood says Italy created "chaos and pandemonium" at Twickenham at the weekend.

He says the hosts can't blame their ropey Six Nations performance on Italy's unusual tactics.

England eventually won 36-15.

The visitors didn't challenge for the ball at the breakdown, which meant there was no offside in play.

Greenwood tells Sky Sports News, it's a rule loophole that might not last for long.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 pm  

Two men have been jailed for five-years after houses in the Woking area were targeted in a burglary spree

42 year-old Robert Green and 39 year-old Lee Simmonds were jailed after pleading guilty to more than 130 offences between them.

Jewellery and valuable items worth nearly £7, 000 were stolen from homes last November.

And the bill for repairing the damage caused by the two men is estimated at £6,700.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:23 pm  

Tom Jones has been named in the line - up for this year’s series of open air concerts at Sandown Park in Esher.

The Welsh superstar will be joining the likes of Olly Murs and Clean Bandit for the annual event.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:08 pm  

A man has died after he was struck by a Piccadilly Line train at Hounslow East station this afternoon

Officers from British Transport Police were called to the station just before 12:30pm, they attended alongside paramedics from the London Ambulance Service.

Work is now underway to identify the man and inform his family.

This incident is not being treated as suspicious.

A file will be prepared for the coroner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:05 pm  

England's rugby union World Cup-winning coach Sir Clive Woodward says he "totally supports" the tactics Italy used to unsettle Eddie Jones's side in their Six Nations match.

He's called their idea of not competing at rucks "innovative and inspired" despite current boss Jones blasting the plan as "not rugby".

England eventually won 36-15 at Twickenham.

Writing in the Daily Mail, Sir Clive says it's wrong for people to criticise Italy for having the "guts" to try it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:27 am  

A person has been rushed to hospital after being hit by a bus in Surbiton

Paramedics were called to Victoria Road just after 9.30 last night, following reports of a collision.

The victim whose injuries are not thought to be life-threatening was taken to A South-London hospital.

No arrests have been made at this stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

Residents and business in Hounslow can have a say on proposed Heathrow expansion plans today

It’s after the government announced the UK’s biggest airport was its preferred option for a new runway in the southeast.

Members from the Department of Transport will be on hand to answer any questions.

It’s taking place at the Civic Centre on Lampton Road from from 11am to 8pm.

Councillor Steve Curran, Leader of Hounslow Council said:

"Our position on Heathrow Airport remains, as it has always been, that we’d like to see a better not bigger airport. The government’s recommended expansion at Heathrow will have a huge impact on the residents and businesses of Hounslow, with noise, pollution and additional congestion our main concerns."

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 am  

Merton’s taxpayers spend over £5 million every-year on clearing up after litter louts, despite the borough having over a thousand bins

The Council is calling on residents and businesses to pull on their gloves, and get involved in the Big Tidy Up this weekend.

It in-light of the borough singed up to a nationwide scheme which aims to clean-up tonnes of rubbish polluting streets.

Merton’s Big Tidy Up events will be at the following locations and all are welcome to get involved whether for 15 minutes, an hour or more. Picking up just one piece of litter makes a difference:

Saturday 4 March
1. Meet outside the civic centre
10am -1pm

2. Meet at Haydon’s Road Rec by the car park
10am-1pm

3. Meet at St Helier Roundabout
10am -1pm

4. Figges Marsh area
Meet in the car park near the corner of London Road and Gorringe Park Avenue
10am-1pm

Sunday 5 March
1. Ravensbury Park
Meet at 10am -1pm

Residents and businesses who want to get involved should call 020 8545 3173 and the council will help put them in touch with community clean-up organisers or help them organise their own.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 am  

Head coach Eddie Jones reckons England fans at Twickenham yesterday should get their money back

England rugby union boss Eddie Jones isn't a happy man - after Italy used unusual tactics during their Six Nations meeting at Twickenham.

The home side eventually ran out 36-15 winners - but the visitors led 10-5 at half time - after visibly confusing the Grand Slam champions by deciding not to challenge for the ball in the breakdown.

Italy didn't break any rules, but Jones wasn't impressed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 am  

Man sought in connection with courier fraud offences in Croydon



CCTV footage of a man allegedly involved in a series of bank courier frauds across Croydon has been released.

Police believe he has withdrawn thousands of pounds from various victims’ bank accounts, after deceiving elderly women.

In one instance he withdrew £5,600 from a cash point at Barclays in Thornton Heath, after coning a 70 year-old woman.

On Monday, the 14th of November at approximately 10am, an elderly woman in her 80s was deceived into handing over her bank cards, along with her PIN number.

She received a phone call from a man claiming to be from her bank. He stated he needed to collect her cards from her home address in order for him to provide her with new cards the following day.

The next day the victim attended her bank to enquire when she would receive her new bank cards as the man had failed to return them.

A member of staff became concerned and checked her account and the victim was told £1,000 had been taken out the day before in a Beckenham branch of Barclays Bank. CCTV clearly shows the suspect withdrawing money both inside and outside of the bank.

On Friday, the 6th of January, police were called at around 3pm to reports of a courier fraud at an address on Thornton Heath.

At 11am, a woman in her 70s received a phone call from a man claiming to be from her bank.

The man stated there was an issue with all her bank cards and he would need to arrange for a courier to come round to collect them, along with her PIN. A short while later a man attended her home and collected the cards and PINs.

The suspect withdrew £5,600 from a cash point at Barclays in Thornton Heath.

Analysis of CCTV from within the bank captured a man withdrawing money from the victim's account at approximately 12.30pm.

On Monday, the 23rd of January another elderly woman, aged in her 80s, received a phone call at approximately 2pm advising her that fraud had been committed on her bank account and the cards would be collected by a courier.

The suspect kept the victim on the phone for over two hours and warned her if she didn't comply with him she would be arrested and sent to prison.

The man collected her cards and withdrew £500 from her account at a cash point in Norbury.

The suspect is described as a black man, around 5ft 8ins to 6ft tall, with dreadlocks/braids tied up at the back. During one of the incidents he wore glasses and distinctive red tracksuit bottoms with the number 23 in white on the right thigh.

Police are keen to hear from anyone who may recognise the man shown on the CCTV footage.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Natalie Reseigh from Croydon CID via 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

To prevent becoming a victim of courier fraud, police are asking for the public to be aware of the following crime prevention reminders:

- Police and banks will never ask for your PIN or bank card
- Never give your PIN or bank card to anyone
- If you are contacted by someone who asks for these, hang up
- Use a different line to report it to police on 101 or allow at least five minutes for the line to automatically clear. Call 999 if the crime is in action.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:39 am  

Fire services cut woman from car in Tolworth

A young woman had to be cut out of a car last night following an accident in Tolworth Broadway.

The collision between a BMW and a Seat happened just after 9pm at the intersection of Ewell Road and Warren Drive North.

Emergency services, including the London Fire Brigade attended the scene and had to remove all the doors and the roof to ensure the woman could be safely taken from the vehicle.

The woman, in her 20’s, is not thought to have suffered serious injuries and was taken to a south London hospital.

There were no other injuries and officers have made no arrests.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 am  

Sunday, 26 February 2017

Richmond Police say "Lock up your guns!"

Following the recent discovery of insecurely stored weapons in the borough, Richmond Police are asking residents to ensure that any firearms that they have are properly registered and stored.

The 1998 Firearms Rules detail the safekeeping requirements for all firearms and shotguns but in the last three weeks, police uncovered two large hauls of weapons in the Whitton and Hampton areas.

In both cases large quantities of firearms, ammunition, flare guns, harpoons, cross-bows and hand grenades were left without any adequate security measures being taken.

Richmond Borough Commander Parm Sandhu said "We’re asking residents to ensure that they take the appropriate security measures to avoid firearms falling into the wrong hands”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

Teenager taken to hospital following collision in Woking

A teenager has suffered serious head injuries following a car crash in Woking yesterday.

Surrey Police were called to Lockfield Drive, between Bampton Way and Denton Way, at around 3.45am.

The 18-year-old driver was taken to hospital in London with the other driver going to a local hospital suffering injuries not thought to be serious.

Firefighters, paramedics and air ambulance staff attended the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:35 pm  

Male family role models celebrated in Richmond's schools

84 fathers, grandfathers and uncles have been celebrated by school children in Richmond.

Earlier this week, St Richard’s C of E Primary took part in the annual Bring A Man To School Day.

The men and pupils participated in a number of workshops including rounders, arts and crafts and Mandarin.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 pm  

Mental health in Epsom and Ewell

New research has revealed where the highest rates of schizophrenia and other psychotic illnesses are in England.

The University of East London found that out of people surveyed in 2015 and 2016, those in North Kesteven in Lincolnshire had the highest rates, with 39 in every 1000 people suffering from a psychotic illness.

Epsom and Ewell was found to have one of the lowest levels with 11 in every thousand, while East Dorset had the very lowest with 9 in 1000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Residents of Richmond urged to get green fingers

The people of Richmond are being urged to take part in this year’s Best Village in Bloom competition.

The aim of the nationwide scheme is to spruce up areas with flowers and plants.

The competition is for community groups rather than individuals, and the entry deadline is right up until Saturday 24th June.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Last ditch attempt to save bridges in Hackbridge gets underway

The leader of Sutton Council has made a last ditch attempt to save two bridges in Hackbridge because of their heritage value.

Ruth Dombey has written to the Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling, to try and stop their demolition by Network Rail.

The One Hundred Acre bridge and Irrigation Bridge are due to be demolished because they are no longer in use.

Mr Grayling says he won’t be providing funding to restore them and that funding on the railways must be reserved for bridges that can be used by trains instead.

A campaign has now been set up to try and change his mind.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 pm  

15-year-old boy from Cobham found safe and well following missing persons appeal

Surrey Police has confirmed that a vulnerable 15-year-old boy from Cobham has been found safe and well.

Tyler Cotton went missing on Tuesday and was last seen in Farnborough at around 9.30pm on Wednesday.

Following the launch of a missing persons appeal, the teenager was found on Friday in Frimley.

Officers have thanked the public for their help.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:34 pm  

England continue winning streak at Twickenham but not without frightening fans in the process

England have extended their winning run to 17 matches and are back on top of the rugby union Six Nations table - but not without a hard fight.

The reigning Grand Slam champions were far from their best in a 36-15 bonus point victory over Italy this afternoon at Twickenham.

England were trailing 10-5 at the break - but Eddie Jones' team scored five tries in the second half, with two from Jack Nowell once off the bench.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

Police investigate attempted murder in Woking

Two men from Woking have been charged with attempted murder, following a stabbing at Roosters Piri Piri chicken shop on Chertsey Road.

The victim was attacked with a knife soon after 5pm on Friday at the takeaway near Woking station. The victim was then taken to hospital with serious injuries but is now in a stable condition.

Surrey Police are reassuring the public that the assailants knew the victim, but they also believe others were involved besides the two men arrested so far.

The 18-year-old and 20-year-old charged will appear at Staines magistrates court tomorrow, Monday 27th February.

Anyone who witnessed the incident, or was in Chertsey Road at the time, is asked to call 101 quoting reference 45170019575.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 pm  

England prepares to do battle with Italy at #Twickenham #EngVIta

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:02 pm  

Battersea is to get more affordable housing at its gasholders site

It’s after Wandsworth councillors voted last Thursday to approve 28 more homes for low cost at the site in Nine Elms.

The five-acre site will provide a total of 229 new homes for shared ownership and reduced rents for households on lower incomes.

It means a two bedroom home will now be let out at £220 pounds per week for those on incomes between £45,000 and £60,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

Motorbike and moped owners are urged to take part in a free safety session in Balham next weekend

The advice follows a rise in motorcycle thefts across Wandsworth over the past few months.

The council’s community safety team and police will be at Sainsbury’s in Balham High Road next Saturday.

They will be chatting to motorcycle owners and handing out £15 vouchers towards the cost of security items at Infinity Motorcycles.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 am  

Hammersmith & Fulham has frozen council tax in a bid to help social care

£3.4 million will now be invested in areas like home care, to help relieve pressure on the NHS.

Earlier this month, Surrey County Council backtracked on a controversial proposed 15% hike in council tax to fund social care.

It will now increase it by 4.99% which means a referendum won’t be necessary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 am  

Chelsea boss Conte is positive about the sides Premier League chances


Chelsea boss Antonio Conte reckons they need 29 more points to guarantee winning the Premier League title.

They're 11 clear at the top after beating Swansea 3-1.

Many believe Chelsea have as good as won the trophy already - but Conte is ignoring that opinion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 am  

England are top of Women's Six Nations Rugby

England are top of the table in rugby union's Women's Six Nations this morning.

The world champions made it three wins from three by beating Italy 29-15 at the Twickenham Stoop.

Ireland can keep alive their 100-percent record in this year's competition when they host title-holders France this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:42 am  

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