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Saturday, 25 November 2017

New housing funding scheme in Epsom


A special fund has been set up to help people in Epsom remain in their own home.

The Council is offering grants to people who don’t have the resources to take action themselves.

This could be anything from fixing a boiler to fitting key chains.

The grant will also cover people in the rent sector, where the requirements fall outside of the landlord’s responsibility.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 pm  

England beat Samoa comfortably at Twickenham

England have beaten Samoa 48-14 this afternoon at Twickenham.

Head Coach Eddie Jones doesn’t think his side were ruthless enough, despite scoring seven tries and Elliot Daly scoring twice.

It’s the most poing England have ever racked up against the Samoans, but Jones says he’s focused on improvement leading up to the 2019 World Cup.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:33 pm  

Police appeal after man found in critical condition in Epsom

Officers are appealing to the public for help after a critically injured man was found lying in the street in Epsom.

The 36-year old man was found in on Miller Place which is off Sherwood Way, shortly after 5am this morning.

He was taken to hospital and remains in a critical condition. The road has been cordoned off while an investigation continues.

Police would like to hear from anyone who was in the area of Sherwood Way or Horton Lane between midnight and 5.30.

Anyone who saw or heard anything should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:24 pm  

Police are very concerned for missing woman from Croydon


A High Risk missing person is missing from Croydon and police are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.

She’s described as a light-skinned black woman with short dark hair.

There is a picture of Lisa Zorro on our Radio Jackie News twitter feed.

Anyone who has any information or who has seen her should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:22 pm  

England lead Samoa 22-7 into the second half in Twickenham

England are leading 22-7 at Twickenham this afternoon.

It’s the final autumn international to be played in England this year, against Samoa.

Semesa Rokoduguni has recently come on, who was a try-scorer against Argentina.

It’s said England need to up the pace, but are on course for a victory.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 pm  

Chelsea boss explains why he isn't so optimistic about today's match against Liverpool

Chelsea take on Liverpool later and boss Antonio Conte explains that the competition could be tough.

He says they'll have more than their former player Mohamed Salah to worry about when they kick off at 5.30.

The winger's scored 15 goals for club and country since arriving at Anfield from Roma at the start of the season.

But Conte says he's not the only quality footballer in the opposition line-up.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

UPDATE: Two people questioned by police over scare at Oxford Circus yesterday

Police have interviewed two people, who came forward voluntarily, after a scare at Oxford Circus underground station yesterday.

Two tube stops were closed and people were told to stay inside buildings after reports of gunfire - but officers didn't find anything wrong.

British Transport Police say they've talked to two men, aged 21 and 40, and that their investigation continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:36 pm  

Chelsea's King's Road and Sloane Street make list of street with most pedestrians in London

Chelsea’s King’s Road and Sloane Street has performed well in the list of the busiest streets in Europe, raking in just over 700 pedestrians an hour.

Oxford Street has been ranked the busiest street in Europe after a list was compiled by French multinational banking group and real estate group BNP Paribas.

The road has an average of 13,560 pedestrians an hour, Regent Street which bisects it came second with over 9,000 visitors an hour.

Other cities that made it into the top 5 include Munich, Madrid, Frankfurt and Paris.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 pm  

England play their final international at Twickenham this afternoon

Twickenham is preparing for the arrival of more than eighty thousand rugby fans this afternoon.

England take on Samoa at 3pm at the 82,000 seater stadium and road closures are already in place through the town.

It’s part of the Old Mutual Wealth Series, and will be the third and final autumn international to be played in England this year.

They’ve played Samoa seven times and have won every match, the last encounter at Twickenham in 2014, England beat Samoa 28-9.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:50 pm  

More than 80,000 rugby fans arriving in Twickenham

Twickenham is preparing for the arrival of more than 80,000 rugby fans.

England are playing Samoa with a kick off at 3 pm.

Roads have been closed in the town; stayed tuned to Radio Jackie for travel information.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:20 am  

Hayes MP and shadow chancellor slammed by Tories.

Hayes MP and shadow chancellor John McDonnell has been criticised by the Tories for his budget plans should Labour get into power.

The Conservatives have quoted Mr McDonnell from a Channel 4 fact check.

And they have questioned his claim that Labour’s plans will pay for themselves through taxes.

They claim he doesn’t understand how government debt works.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:42 am  

Sutton's silhouette soldiers removed after vandalism

Vandals have attacked Sutton’s silhouette soldiers.

The life-sized “silent soldiers” were placed at locations across the borough ahead of Remembrance Sunday.

It was hoped they would remain in place throughout next year as a mark of respect to those who died in WW1.

But following the vandalism, and theft of some of them, they’ll now be removed completely.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:17 am  

Possible car park charges in rural Surrey

Councillors are due to decide whether to start charging at Surrey’s rural car parks.

Mounting financial pressures are behind the proposed move.

Residents have been taking part in a public consultation, and a final decision will be made next month.

Cabinet Member for Environment and Transport, Mike Goodwin, explains why it’s necessary.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 am  

Prisoner with Chertsey connections on the run


Police are still hunting a man who has absconded from a prison in Sussex.

It’s a week since 49-year-old Anthony Rossetti left Ford open Prison.

He uses the alias Paul Finnegan and is known to frequent the Chertsey area.

He’s white, 5 foot 4, slim with black hair and was last seen wearing a dark brown jacket and dark coloured jeans.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 am  

Dogged pursuit in Feltham


Hounslow police have arrested a man overnight for damaging cars.

Officers made use of a police dog in Feltham to find the hammer used for the attacks.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:21 am  

Cocaine haul at Heathrow

A security worker at Heathrow has been arrested in a toilet at the airport after police seized seven kilograms of cocaine.

The 30-year-old was detained on Thursday - along with another man who'd just got off a flight from Colombia.

The security worker comes from Southall.

Officers also arrested two other men, one in the arrivals area and another in east London.

All four are in custody and are being questioned on suspicion of importing drugs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:33 am  

Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham receives award from police

The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham was honoured by the Metropolitan Police Service at the annual Problem Orientated Partnership Awards on Thursday.

The awards were created to promote schemes to resolve recurring specific crime, disorder or public safety problems.

The borough received the bronze prize for a project to tackle the high levels of anti-social behaviour in the Shepherd’s Bush area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 am  

Rail service changes are proposed for Addlestone and Chertsey

Direct trains from Addlestone and Chertsey into central London could become a thing of the past as new operator, South Western Railways, reviews services.

Currently these stations are included on the Weybridge to London line – but under the changes, passengers would have to take a half hourly shuttle to Virginia Water or Weybridge to connect with a London Waterloo service.

The new timetable has yet to be confirmed but is expected to come into effect on the 9th of December.

Residents can have their say on the plans until the 22nd of December by emailing South Western Railway at [email protected]
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:33 am  

Police want to speak to two men following Oxford Circus incident



British Transport Police have released CCTV images of these two men who they want to speak to following the incident at Oxford Circus earlier.

Anyone with information, big or small, should get in touch with them by texting 61016.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 am  

Friday, 24 November 2017

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home to launch a tough mudder with dogs

Dog-lovers will soon be able to compete in Tough Mudder with their pet, an event that’s being organised by Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.

The Muddy Dog Challenge will be introduced in six locations across the UK between May and September next year. It’s the first event of this kind in Britain.

It will cost £45 for owners to compete with their four-legged friend.

All money raised in sponsorship will go towards the running of the home in Battersea.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

UPDATE: No evidence of shots in Oxford Circus alert but nine taken to hospital

London Ambulance Service says several people were injured and nine were taken to hospital after mass panic was caused in the incident at Oxford Circus earlier.

Armed police raced to the area after reports shots had been fired.

The Oxford Circus junction was cordoned off and shops and businesses were placed in lockdown.

Officers have said no evidence of any shots or suspects has been found.

Jace Tyrell from the New West End Company is relieved.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 pm  

Kingston Council want residents to have their say on new social housing plans

Kingston Council is asking for views on its ambitious new plans for social housing in the borough.

Lucy Mayer reports.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

UPDATE: Oxford Circus terror alert was a false alarm

It’s been confirmed that the terror alert in Oxford Street earlier today was a false alarm.

Oxford Circus Tube station was evacuated and shoppers were told to stay inside after reports of gunshots were heard just after 4.30pm.

A spokesman for the Met Police has said that officers responded as if it was terror-related, but no casualties, suspects or evidence of gunfire was found.

It is not yet clear what sparked the panic or 999 calls to the police.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 pm  

Three men sentenced for robberies in Battersea and Wandsworth

Three men who robbed money from ticket machines at stations across the Home Counties and London have been jailed.

The trio from Luton have been handed sentences varying from 14 months to three years.

They targeted machines in areas including Battersea Park, Wandsworth Road and Queenstown Road during their spree.

The total value of theft and damage was £200,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 pm  

UPDATE - Investigation continues into gunshot reports around Oxford Circus

Police are trying to work out how incorrect reports of gunfire managed to cause panic in a busy central London shopping street.

Officers rushed to the scene but found no evidence of shots, casualties or suspects around Oxford Circus underground station.

All cordons have been lifted and tube stations re-opened.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 pm  

Woman has jewellery stolen on train to Weybridge


A woman has had her gold bracelet stolen while she was asleep on a train to Weybridge.

The theft happened between 11.48pm and 12.19am last Wednesday.

When she awoke, she saw that the bracelet, which has monetary and sentimental value, was missing.

A number of enquiries are underway which includes seizing all available CCTV.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:41 pm  

Incident in Oxford Street has been stood down - after no evidence found

The Met response on Oxford Street has now been stood down. Anyone who sought shelter in a building is being asked to leave and follow the direction of police officers for assistance.

At 16:38hrs, police started to receive numerous 999 calls within a short space of time reporting shots fired in a number of locations on Oxford Street and at Oxford Circus underground station.

Given the nature of the information received, the Met responded in line with their existing operation as if the incident was terrorism, including the deployment of armed officers.

Officers working with colleagues from British Transport Police carried out an urgent search of the area. No casualities, evidence of any shots fired or any suspects were located by police.

Some cordons remain in place and additional officers remain on duty in the West End to reassure the public.

If anyone sees anything suspicious, they should dial 999 immediately.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:28 pm  

A man who is already in jail for murdering an 18-year-old model in Croydon has been handed two more life sentences

Mark Dixie was told in 2008 he'd be behind bars for at least 34 years for repeatedly stabbing Sally Anne Bowman in 2005.

Detectives say the 47-year-old confessed to another two sex attacks over the course of 40 interviews in order to maintain "a degree of notoriety".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Police in central London say they haven't found any evidence of shots being fired despite getting reports suggesting that was the case earlier

People on Oxford Street are still being told to stay inside buildings while an operation continues.

But there's not yet any trace of suspects or casualties, we only know that one woman sustained a minor injury when leaving the tube station.

Officers were called at about 20 to 5, and are dealing with it as if it's terrorist related.

Armed police personnel have been seen inside Selfridges and were on the escalators telling people to get out.

Members of the public are being told to avoid the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:50 pm  

Police say they've been called to reports of shots being fired around Oxford Street in central London and are treating the incident as if it's terror-related

People in the area are being told to get into a building.

Armed police are at the scene, including inside one of the biggest department stores in the area, after they were called just before 5 o'clock.

Officers say they haven't found any casualties.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

The South East is one of the worst areas in the UK for empty homes

That’s despite an overall downward trend since 2010.

Runneymede saw one of the biggest rises in ‘buy to leave houses’ with an increase of around 50%

The government gave councils new powers to charge a 100% council tax premium on empty homes in Wednesday's budget.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Oxford Circus station evacuated

British Transport Police officers are currently responding to a report of an incident at Oxford Circus Underground Station in central London

They say officers are at the scene now.

They got a call at 4.37.

An update is expected shortly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Richmond is London’s greenest borough

That’s according to a new report published this week.

It said London's public parks are worth £91 billion and living near one can boost the value of home by as much as £500,000.

Merton is ranked second and Hounslow third.

Hammersmith and Fulham is one of the least green boroughs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A family run business in Hook will close its doors after 42 years in business

Ashton Davis Electrical will shut up shop on Christmas Eve when owner Les Davis retires.

He says it’s been a fabulous four decades.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A man from Mitcham who was accused of murder has had the charges against him dropped

20 year old Joel Preddie is now charged with arson and perverting the cause of justice.

Malachi Brooks was allegedly stabbed to death in Battersea in the early hours of the morning on the 28th of March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte's revealed that their midweek flight from Azerbaijan had an aborted landing

They were returning from a Champions League win over Qarabag.

Conte says very windy conditions at Gatwick Airport caused the problems.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

The man who murdered Sally Ann Bowman on her driveway in Croydon, has been jailed for two more sex attacks



47 year old Mark Dixie was jailed for at least 34 years in 2008 for repeatedly stabbing 18-year-old Miss Bowman in 2005.

He then sexually assaulted her as she lay fatally wounded.

The former pub chef confessed to detectives that he was responsible for more attacks.

This included the rape of a woman when he was 16 years old.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

A houseboat has sunk in Kingston



A houseboat has sunk in Kingston.

A man and woman fled to safety after the vessel started sinking at around 5am.

A small amount of diesel leaked into the Thames, but fire crews managed to create a dam to divert it.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:28 pm  

An elderly woman has gone missing in Wimbledon.



An elderly woman has gone missing in Wimbledon.

93 year old Jessica Duke was last seen on Wednesday.

Police say she is likely to be with her dog; a small white bichon frise.

She was last seen wearing a long dark navy trench coat with a light coloured top.

You can find a photo of Jessica on our Jackie News Twitter feed.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:08 pm  

Kew Gardens is sending out a very special Christmas message

This year’s annual light festival is reminding us about the dangers of global warming.

One of the highlights of the event is The Sledge Tree; an 11 foot tall sculpture made up of over 300 wooden sledges.

Kew’s Sandra Botterill explains why it’s so significant.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Carshalton and Wallington’s MP is calling for greater awareness on electrical fire safety

Evidence shows that electricity is the cause of 70 deaths and over half of accidental domestic fires each year in the UK.

Tom Brake is reminding all residents to check for products that could be putting their homes at risk during Electrical Fire Safety Week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

More than 60 young Croydon residents will take on some of the town’s top jobs today

Participants aged 11 to 18 are stepping into decision-makers’ shoes at various organisations and sectors.

Council chiefs handing over the reins include Chief Executive Jo Negrini, who’ll be replaced by a 15 year old.

At the town hall several youngsters will become some of the most senior politicians for the day.

Meanwhile at Croydon Police headquarters six young people will experience the pressures of policing during a simulated exercise involving a missing person.

The event is to allow them an opportunity to have their say on key local issues from crime and policing to transport.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

A specialist Dementia guide has been launched at Hampton Court Palace



One in three people in England and Wales know someone who is living with the debilitating disease.

The new guide has been jointly launched by Historic Royal Palaces and The Alzheimer’s Society.

The aim is to allow sufferers to continue doing daily activities, like visiting Hampton Court Palace.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Fined drivers in New Malden to get refund

Drivers who received fines at a car park in New Malden on Sunday are to have their money refunded.

People were shocked to find they’d received tickets for parking in the Malden centre, which has always been free on a Sunday.

Kingston Council decided to start charging at a meeting back in February.

But, a spokesman said before tickets can be issued, there has to be a warning period, and the money will be returned on this occasion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:43 am  

Sir Mo Farah in contention for World Athlete of the Year award

Twickenham’s Sir Mo Farah's one of the contenders to win the IAAF’s men’s World Athlete of the Year award tonight.

He retired from the track to focus on road races this season - having won gold and silver at the World Championships in London.

Sir Mo's up against South African's 400-metres world record holder Wayde van Niekerk and Qatari high-jumper Mutaz Essa Barshim.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:28 am  

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Sutton woman in court for fraud relating to Grenfell Tower fire in June

A woman from Sutton is accused of claiming at least £10,000 in handouts by pretending to be a victim of the Grenfell Tower disaster.

The 46-year old faces five counts of fraud and one of possessing false identity documents, and will spend Christmas in custody.

The Zimbabwean national had told various charities she was living in flat 142 when the fire in North Kensington killed 71 people.

Msokeri was arrested at the Hilton Hotel in September and appeared in court today, she has not yet entered a plea.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Chelsea have almost three times less banning orders than another Premier League club

More Birmingham City fans were arrested than at any other club in England's top five leagues for a second consecutive season.

The Championship was the league with most arrests 455 and 72 of those were fans of Birmingham.

Newcastle United have the most banning orders in place at 111- Chelsea have 42.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 pm  

Footage emerged of a suspect being punched by a police officer in Morden

Shocking footage has emerged on Youtube of a police officer repeatedly punching a suspect in Morden.

The clip, uploaded on Tuesday, shows one female and two male officers restraining boxer Adam Salmon in July.

Police claimed he was in possession of cocaine and was violently resisting arrest at the time.

A spokesperson for Met Police said: "Salman ran from police and was seen attempting to conceal an item.

Following a short foot chase, he was stopped and officers attempted to detain him”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 pm  

49-year old man who absconded from an open prison could be in Chertsey


A man who has absconded from prison in Sussex, could be in Chertsey.

49-year-old Anthony Rossetti left Ford open Prison on Saturday.

He uses the alias Paul Finnegan and is known to frequent the Chertsey area.

He’s white, 5 foot 4, slim with black hair and was last seen wearing a dark brown jacket and dark coloured jeans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:18 pm  

A new advice service has been launched for EU nationals living in Wandsworth who are concerned about Brexit

The telephone, email and drop in service is being provided by Citizens Advice.

The Council says many are concerned about their status.

26,000 EU nationals live in the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Kingston Council has given the go ahead to two more controversial Go Cycle schemes



They are Kingston High Street and New Malden to Raynes Park.

The High Street scheme will eventually connect to the route that already runs along Portsmouth Road.

It was this route which sparked controversy as it initiated the closure of Surbiton Crescent.

It’s estimated the council has made over £1 million from the closure, which started out as a trial.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A man's admitted murdering his partner after stabbing her in the street in Thornton Heath

Emma Day died after she was attacked with a kitchen knife near her home in May.

39-year-old Mark Morris, from Croydon, pleaded guilty ahead of a trial at the Old Bailey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

The inquest into the death of a woman in Tooting has opened

20 year old Toni Kelly, who moved to the area from New Zealand in August, died after falling from a window last week.

It’s thought she had been trying to take a “selfie”.

A full hearing is expected to take place in January.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Woking based WWF has released its alternative Christmas advert



WWF has released an emotive Christmas advert against the ivory trade which shows an elephant looking poachers in the eye.

The film by the Woking-based charity, titled Just Like Us, reveals the pain elephants feel when one of their herd is attacked by poachers.

The charity is warning that 55 elephants are killed every day for their tusks, which are illegally sold for thousands of pounds worldwide.

740 rangers have been killed trying to protect wildlife since 2009.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 pm  

Philip Hammond has upset Loose Women fans after the show was cancelled in favour of live coverage of The Budget

Regular viewers were met with ITV news anchor Tom Bradby for a special programme to analyse the speech by the Runnymede and Weybridge MP.

The decision riled fans who were left fuming as they were forced to seek out alternative lunchtime show.

It comes just months after viewers were left outraged when the show was scrapped on International Women’s Day for the Budget.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:34 pm  

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson says he's "grateful" to be proven right over Everton striker Oumar Niasse diving to win a penalty after he was banned for two games

He went down to win a spot-kick in the 2-all meeting between the sides last weekend.

Niasse is the first player to be retrospectively punished for simulation in the Premier League.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

A male teacher has resigned from St Paul’s Girls’ School in Barnes, over allegations of sexual abuse

High mistress Sarah Fletcher has written to ex-pupils informing them of the resignation.

The allegations are reported to have happened between the 70s and the 90s.

The prestigious school costs parents £24,000 a year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A man’s been found guilty of murdering the mother of his daughter in a disagreement over childcare costs



39 year old Mark Morris from Thornton Heath pleaded guilty to stabbing Emma Day (pictured) to death in the street in May.

He had been in a relationship with her from 2008 to 2016 and they have a daughter together.

Shortly before her murder, Emma had sought Child Support Agency payments from Morris for their daughter.

But he’d begged her not to make him pay child support, saying he was in a lot of debt and if he had to pay it he would be left homeless.

He tracked her down and attacked her as she was walking home one evening in May.

Detective Inspector John Massey, the senior investigating officer from the Met’s Homicide and Major Crime Command, said: "This was a pre-meditated, brutal attack where Morris laid in wait for Emma so he could confront her.

When the conversation did not go his way, he has followed Emma, produced a large knife and stabbed her to death before fleeing the scene.

This horrific attack on a defenceless young woman was witnessed by Emma’s lifelong friend who desperately tried to protect her from Morris. Thankfully, Emma’s children did not witness the attack but they have still had their loving mother taken away from them.

I hope today’s conviction will give Emma’s family and friends a measure of comfort and closure."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

A man has been jailed after being convicted of a brutal attack in Fulham



A man has been jailed after being convicted of a brutal attack on a woman after he abseiled into her home in Fulham.

The victim was found with severe head injuries in Seagrave Road in March and spent 9 days in a coma after suffering a fractured skull.

The attacker gained entry by setting up a makeshift climbing rig and abseiling into the flat via a skylight.

49 year old Fatmir Stafasani, who knew the victim, was jailed for 18 years for attempted murder and aggravated burglary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 pm  

Merton Council has won a case against misused Blue Badges

Merton Council has won a case against misused Blue Badges.

Two women used the badges, which were not their own, to park in restricted locations in Wimbledon.

The two women from Wimbledon Park and Battersea pleaded guilty and were ordered to pay just under £1300 between them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 pm  

A public footpath in Chessington has been improved by volunteers and organisations

A public footpath in Chessington has been improved by volunteers and organisations.

The area off Garrison Lane has been cleared of rubbish and invasive plants and replaced with native trees and saplings.

A new wild flower meadow has also been seeded in an effort to attract birds, butterflies and bees, as well as bird boxes.

New features include a noticeboard and information about native butterfly species.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Kingston Council are reminding residents about HIV Testing Week

There’s two days left of HIV Testing Week.

This year’s theme is ‘Give HIV the Finger’ to show that getting tested for the disease is as easy and quick as a finger-prick test.

Kingston Council is reminding residents to visit the YES bus on Fife Road between 12pm and 7pm today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:14 am  

58 hi-tech bins will be installed across Kingston following approval at a Residents Committee

The new bins use solar compaction technology which increases the capacity for rubbish by up to eight times.

Another function is the solar powered sensors which notifies the council when they are full.

A trial in 2015 in the town centre showed that the hi-tech bins resulted in a 93% reduction in the number of times the bins needed emptying.

Currently conventional litter bins are emptied up to six times per day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

Eddie Jones has made a surprise announcement ahead of this weekend clash with Samoa at Twickenham

Eddie Jones has made a shock decision to name Chris Robshaw and George Ford as co-captains for this weekend’s clash with Samoa.

The Harlequin’s flanker was stripped of his England captaincy in January last year after England’s terrible performance at the World Cup.

Dylan Hartley was then picked as Jones’ leader.

But with Hartley named among the replacements this weekend, Jones has opted to share the responsibility with Leicester Tigers’ George Ford.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 am  

Croydon’s bid to be named London Borough of Culture for 2019 will be submitted next month

If successful, the council will receive over £1million to boost the borough’s cultural offer over the year.

The award will focus heavily on helping young people learn new skills and get jobs allowing them to express creativity.

Other elements will emphasise how culture helps with health and wellbeing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:11 am  

Chessington entrepreneur Anisa Topan dismissed in shock triple firing on The Apprentice

After being unusually forgiving throughout this series so far Lord Sugar has shocked the candidates with a brutal triple firing.

Business hopefuls Anisa Topan from Chessington, Andrew Brady and Charles were all sent home in a dramatic boardroom showdown.

Management consultant Burns opted to take Topan and Brady back into the boardroom, where they all came under fire from an irate Lord Sugar.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:43 am  

Chelsea are into the last-16 of the Champions League

Chelsea are into the last-16 of the Champions League but Manchester United will have to wait to guarantee their place in the next round.

The Premier League champions comfortably won 4-nil against Qarabag, while Jose Mourinho's men lost 1-nil to Swiss side Basel.

United are still top of their group with a game to go and goal difference means they're very likely to qualify anyway.

Celtic were hammered 7-1 at Paris Saint-Germain.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:40 am  

The government's being warned it may be 2031 before it's able to break even, after yesterday's Budget giveaways

The Office for Budget Responsibility says the Runnymede and Weybridge MP Philip Hammond’s 25 billion pound spree will heap pressure on public spending.

The chancellor's announcements included the abolition of stamp duty for most first-time homebuyers.

That was one of a number of policies aimed at winning support among younger people.

So has it worked?



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:36 am  

Philip Hammond has committed almost £5million to modernise Britain’s Poppy factories in Richmond and Edinburgh

The Chancellor says the cash would help make the plants ‘fit for purpose’ and help secure our ‘iconic symbol of National Remembrance’.

The Poppy Factory says it’s delighted after the extra £4.7million was unveiled in yesterday’s Budget.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:34 am  

A school in Richmond is being given a temporary site to accommodate 100 extra pupils next September

Turing House opened in temporary premises in 2015, and will utilise Clarendon school until a permanent site opens in three years.

Clarendon pupils will be moving to a newly built site next year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 am  

Refurbished hall in Croydon to re-open

The newly refurbished Ashburton Hall in Croydon will be re-opening to community groups in the near future.

After a major upgrading project, Croydon Council is set to hand the former library building in Ashburton Park over to South Norwood based Deshi Arts.

Over 60 artists have already expressed an interest in being part of the launch event scheduled for the eighth of December.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:01 am  

Chelsea Ladies sign Sweden international

Chelsea Ladies have strengthened their squad with the signing of Sweden international Jonna Andersson from Linkopings.

The defender will officially join the club when the transfer window opens on December 29th.

The Blues are enjoying another good season, currently second in WSL 1 and qualified for their first ever Champions League quarter-finals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:58 am  

Surrey County Council wants confirmation on Crossrail 2

Surrey County Council’s leader has called on the Transport Secretary to urgently identify the funding to develop Crossrail 2.

In a letter to Chris Grayling, David Hodge describes Crossrail 2, which is set to serve, Shepperton, Hampton Court, and Epsom, as a “once in a generation opportunity” to drive economic growth.

Local politicians are agreed that the project is vital in ensuring the continued economic success of Surrey, the wider South-East and London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:31 am  

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

MP for Runnymede and Weybridge announced new railcards in Budget

The MP for Runnymede and Weybridge and Chancellor, Philip Hammond today announced that railcards will be extended to anyone under 30.

He confirmed that a new discounted railcard will be available for 26-30 year olds in the Budget.

It’s expected to launch in spring 2018 and will operate like the 18-25 railcard, which entitles the holder to a third off normal rail fares.

The Treasury have estimated that an additional 4.5 million young people would become eligible for discounted fares under the scheme.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 pm  

Silence held for victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in North Kensington

Two minutes' silence has been held for the 71 victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in North Kensington.

It brought an end to the five-month identification process.

Experts ranging from anthropologists to forensic dentists were used.

At the final inquest opening, the names and ages of all victims were read - except for a baby who was stillborn to parents who survived.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 pm  

Housing experts react to MP for Runnymede and Weybridge's cuts

Housing experts are warning the chancellor's stamp duty giveaway could push up prices.

Philip Hammond who is also MP for Runnymede and Weybridge, announced in his Budget that most first-time buyers would pay no tax - saving them up to 5-thousand pounds.

The Office for Budget Responsibility's among groups saying it could be counter-productive.

Xanthe Palmer's hoping to get onto the property ladder in the next year or so - she's given it a cautious welcome.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 pm  

Chelsea beat Quarabag to reach the next stage of Champions League

Tonight Chelsea are 2500 miles from home, but they are through to the knockout stages of the Champions League.

Willian scored twice in his 200th appearance for the club tonight, and 2 more goals from The Blues led them to a 4-0 win tonight against Quarabag in Azerbaijan.

The draw for the last 16 stage will take place on the 11th of next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:38 pm  

Kingston aiming to be 'London Borough of Culture'

Kingston will bid to become the first London borough of Culture later this month.

The bid will be submitted to the Greater London Authority, and highlights plans to bring communities together to get involved in cultural activities across the borough.

Cllr Kevin Davis says “to be the first London Borough of Culture would be an outstanding accolade, and would build on what the council is already doing to engage the community”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:18 pm  

Sutton man missing since Monday



Police are appealing for help in finding a 47 year old man from Sutton who has gone missing.

Mark Woods was last seen in Islington on Monday.

He was wearing a blue t-shirt with dark writing on it, dark jeans and flip-flops.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 pm  

Duchess of Cornwall tries her hand at Jacobean needlework at Hampton Court Palace

The Duchess of Cornwall tried her hand at embroidery this morning.

Camilla was visiting The Royal School of Needlework as Patron.

It was the Duchess’s first visit since she took the role over from the Queen in January.

She was accompanied by the Duchess of Gloucester.

During the visit, the Duchess was presented with a bespoke velvet hatpin cushion embroidered with a cluster of Goldwork acorns from the Cornish Oak Tree.

Emma Doggart, with the school, says it was a real boost to have her visit.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:55 pm  

A project looking into the history of allotments in Tolworth and Surbiton has been handed almost £70,000

The money, from Heritage Lottery Fund, will be used to investigate the role they’ve played in the community over the last century.

Allotments first took off at the start of World War I when people decided to grow their own food.

They’ve been in decline in the last few years because of the demand for housing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

Youth jails are struggling for staff

A report's found too many boys are locked in their cells for nearly 24 hours a day as youth jails struggle with staffing problems.

Around three in ten young inmates in England and Wales told inspectors they couldn't shower every day.

The same number of 12 to 18 year olds don't get to ring their loved ones daily.

In July the High Court ruled that a boy at Feltham youth prison was treated unlawfully after being subjected to prolonged solitary confinement.

The Chief Inspector of Prisons, Peter Clarke, says a high turnover of staff is a big issue.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

The service provided to people with sight loss in Richmond is being praised today

The Royal National Institute of Blind People, or the RNIB, is the UK’s leading charity supporting blind and partially sighted people.

It says it is impressed with the outstanding service being provided in Richmond.

The RNIB encourages a See, Plan, Provide service.

That means everyone with a visual impairment must receive a specialist face to face assessment.

They must also have a plan in place and be provided an agreed rehabilitation support programme.

People in Richmond are guaranteed to receive a face-to-face appointment with a specialist and have a plan of support within 2 weeks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

A plan for Ham is to go out to the public for approval

Richmond Council has been working on the area’s Neighbourhood Plan since 2014.

The document focusses on protecting the town’s character while looking to resolve modern day issues like transport links.

A public consultation will be launched soon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

Police are appealing for help to find a missing vulnerable man from Sutton



47 year old Mark Woods was last seen in Islington around 2pm on Monday walking in the direction of Highgate.

Mark is white, between 5ft 10 and 6ft, of slim build with receding dark brown hair and was wearing a blue T-shirt, jeans and slides.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:34 am  

Red Roses win rugby union series against Canada

England’s women have won their rugby union Test series against Canada.

The Red Roses ran in eight tries to win 49-12 at the Stoop in Twickenham.

England won the opening game on Friday.

The third and final Test takes place on Saturday at Twickenham stadium.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:07 am  

Project to examine allotments in Tolworth and Surbiton

A project looking into the history of allotments in Tolworth and Surbiton has been handed almost £70,000.

The money, from Heritage Lottery Fund, will be used to investigate the role they’ve played in the community over the last century.

Allotments first took off at the start of World War I when people decided to grow their own food.

They’ve been in decline in the last few years because of the demand for housing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 am  

Fulham win nine-goal thriller

Fulham teenage sensation Ryan Sessegnon scored a hat-trick to lead his side to a thrilling 5-4 win at Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship.

The Cottagers move to within six points of the play-off places.

Brentford drew 1-all with Burton Albion at Griffin Park.

In League One Wimbledon played out a goalless draw at Oldham.

In the National League Sutton suffered a surprise 1-nil loss to Torquay at Gander Green Lane.

Staines Town won 2-1 at Harrow Borough while Leatherhead lost 3-1 at Lowestoft in Isthmian League top flight action.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:12 am  

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Recycling in Addington

A recycling centre in New Addington is to close next week so vital maintenance can be carried out.

Fishers Farm is to undergo a fortnight’s upgrade at the cost of £100,000.

The council has invested £52,000 in a new drainage system and kerbs.

Waste contractor Veolia has put forward £54,000 for the site’s layout.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 pm  

England Rugby Union Squad Revealed


England rugby union head coach Eddie Jones has chosen to rest several key players for Saturday's Test against Samoa.

Harlequins very own, Mike Brown, Danny Care, Joe Marler and Chris Robshaw have all been selected, however, Marcus Smith will return to the Stoop.

Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson will return to Bath, while Wasps number eight Nathan Hughes has also been released from the squad - as he has an injury.

All three started the win over Australia.

Maro Itoje and Owen Farrell have been selected but let’s see who starts next week’s game and who’s on the bench.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:31 pm  

8 boat owners fined in Brentford

Eight boat owners have been found guilty of illegally occupying Hounslow council land.

They have been ordered to pay over £300,000 in legal costs in addition to damages, with one defendant’s costs totalling over £75,000.

Their unauthorised installation of an electrical cable resulted in a part of Watermans Park in Brentford being closed off for safety reasons.

The group claims the council is trying to “gentrify” the area.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

A businessman who stole Heathrow airport passengers' luggage during work trips to London has been jailed for 16 months.

36 year old Bjorn Beil from Germany stole suitcases during trips to the Capital in September and October.

He pleaded guilty to nine counts of theft.

CCTV showed him stealing luggage from carousels and taking it into toilets, where he helped himself to valuables worth up to £20,000.

He was arrested at the airport.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 pm  

Hundreds of people are calling for a permanent memorial to Status Quo guitarist Rick Parfitt

Over 300 fans have so far signed a petition to erect the monument in Woking Park.

The rocker, who grew up in the town, died in Spain last December at the age of 68 from Sepsis.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A fire which broke out in Clapham this morning is believed to have been caused by an unattended candle

Fire fighters were called to Saint Mary’s Church hall just before 5.30.

It took over an hour to control, resulting in damage to a room on the first floor.

One person was treated for smoke inhalation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

The four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, including Wimbledon, will reduce seeded players from 32 to 16 from 2019

It'll make the draw far more open and increase the chances of more competitive matches in the opening rounds.

Among other rule changes, a 25-second shot clock to keep an eye on time between points will be introduced for January's Australian Open.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Man and woman brought to justice in child abuse and human trafficking trial



The verdicts followed a 4 week trial at Guildford Crown Court which saw the two defendants answer to exploitation offences that took place between January and February 2016.

21 year old Daniel Pusey from West Drayton and 40 year old Diane Chilcott from Chertsey worked together to lure and then sexually exploit girls at hotels across North Surrey and West London.

The victims, aged between 13 and 15 at the time, were plied with alcohol and cigarettes at Chilcott’s house and then driven by her and Pusey to hotels in Staines, Twickenham, Tolworth and Heathrow.

There, they would continue to be given alcohol and cigarettes and some would then be subjected to sexual abuse by Pusey.

Pusey had been found guilty of 7 offences of sexual activity with a child in connection with this case during a trial which concluded in April 2017, however this could not be reported at the time for legal reasons.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 pm  

What’s believed to be a shooting star has been captured crossing the path of a jumbo jet landing at Heathrow

The bright light was caught on video by airlive.net

It’s unclear how close the two actually were, and if it would be classed as a “near miss.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

London Councils are set to spend over £380m on housing safety following the Grenfell tragedy

Around half of London’s boroughs have appealed to the Government for financial aid, which they have yet to agree to.

Wandsworth Council plan to spend £30m on sprinklers and removing cladding, while Croydon have already spent £10m installing sprinklers.

Kensington and Fulham Council, the site of the Grenfell fire, have not yet released their plans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Royal Marsden scoops top award



The Sutton based hospital has been recognised at the Laing Buisson Awards.

In their 12th year, they are described as the "Oscars" of health and social care.

The awards are judged independently and objectively and focus on the people providing the care as well as their advisors.

The Royal Marsden’s bid focused on its radiotherapy department, which is one of the largest in the UK, treating approximately 5,000 patients and delivering over 75,000 treatments each year, of which around 10,000 are private.

Judges were impressed by the breadth and depth of expertise within the radiotherapy service.

They also commended the research programme delivered by the radiotherapy teams, bringing significant survival and quality of life benefits to patients at The Royal Marsden, throughout the UK and across the world.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Bronzefield Prison in Ashford has been told to address its mental health service

The annual Independent Monitoring Board report has been published today.

It has commended the female prison and young offenders’ institution on its humane treatment.

But is does say it remains concerned about the healthcare of prisoners with severe mental health problems.

Last November, there were 13 prisoners with severe mental health issues waiting for a bed in a secure unit.

The average waiting time from diagnosis to transfer is 3 months, which the board says is an “unacceptably extended period.”

The board says it recognises the closure of Holloway Prison in North London and a lack of funding are contributing factors to the increase in demand.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 pm  

Surrey residents are being consulted about new sites for waste disposal facilities

Surrey residents are urged to have their say on new sites for waste disposal facilities.

The County Council is drafting a new waste plan for 2018 which will aid homes and businesses while protecting landscapes.

The Council says that all the possible sites chosen have already been used to process waste or are next to existing waste sites.

The consultation on the plan will run until February 7th and is available on the Council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:20 pm  

Everton striker Oumar Niasse has been charged with "successfully deceiving a match official" in their 2-all draw with Crystal Palace

He won a penalty in Saturday's Premier League game, going down after a challenge by Scott Dann.

This is the first season where players in the top flight can retrospectively be handed two-match bans for diving or feigning injury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 pm  

Have you seen this missing woman in Tooting?



A woman has gone missing from Tooting.

23 year old Stephanie Tutty from Essex was last seen on Monday the 20th November.

She is described as white, of medium build with blonde/light brown hair.

Anyone with any information should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

A sixty year old man was stabbed during a robbery in Mitcham yesterday

The alleged incident was one of three moped robberies in the Merton area that day.

Police are appealing for anyone with any video or pictures of the incident, involving two suspects to come forward.

Anyone with any information should contact 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

A 20 year old school in Kingston has been saved

A 20 year old primary school that was caught up in a development plan in Kingston has been saved.

An application submitted to Kingston Council from CNM Estates to demolish “all the existing buildings” in Canbury Business Park.

This sparked a petition to secure the safety of the school.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Heathrow Airport claims a new third runway could be most beneficial for people living in Wales.

It’s preparing to investigate a number of sites in the country as possible bases for its Logistics Hub.

65 locations across the UK are bidding to be the site for the base, which would mean the creation of hundreds of new jobs.

7 of those are in Wales; airport bosses are preparing a Business Summit in Cardiff next July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

MP for Carshalton and Wallington says there's a skill shortage in the UK

The Lib Dem Brexit spokesperson says we need to shift focus away from University degrees.

Tom Brake, who is also the MP for Carshalton and Wallington, says we need to look more at technical training.

He says this is the way to address what he’s calling the country’s “chronic skills shortage.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Bronzefield Prison in Ashford has been told to address its mental health service

The annual Independent Monitoring Board report has been published today.

It has commended the female prison and young offenders’ institution on its humane treatment.

But is does say it remains concerned about the healthcare of prisoners with severe mental health problems.

Last November, there were 13 prisoners with severe mental health issues waiting for a bed in a secure unit.

The average waiting time from diagnosis to transfer is 3 months, which the board says is an “unacceptably extended period.”

The board says it recognises the closure of Holloway Prison in North London and a lack of funding are contributing factors to the increase in demand.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:11 am  

Basement Richmond

Richmond Council is one step closer to getting a control on basement developments in the borough.

It is to launch its recommendations and planning restrictions document.

The move follows concerns from residents about constant noise pollution from workers and the general safety of such developments.

In 2015, a 200 year old house which had been undergoing an extensive basement excavation, collapsed in Barnes.

Initial findings revealed the house was too old for such work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:43 am  

Trading Standards Sutton

Trading Standards officers have carried out a series of visits to shops in Sutton High Street.

It is after residents complained about fake goods on sale.

The operation targeted several new arrivals on the High Street and mobile phone accessory shops.

A number of items were seized or ordered to be removed from sale.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:40 am  

Children's Literary Festival Kingston

The line-up for the first ever Kingston Children’s Literary Festival has been announced.

Children’s authors will be giving readings at Kingston Library and began last Saturday.

This program is a free event and to encourage people to discover the town as a destination for cultural events.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:37 am  

Scout Chelsea

A former Chelsea football scout has died.

84 year old Harry Dunn had been awaiting trial on historical child sex abuse charges.

He was on bail when he passed away.

A Crown Office spokeswoman said: "As a result of his death proceedings against him are now at and end."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 am  

Driver in Staines


A driver has been handed a ticket for “drifting” his car around a retail park in Staines.

Police say the man, who only passed his test in February, didn’t notice they were watching him when they stopped him yesterday.

He was handed a ticket for driving without due care and also given a Section 59 warning, which means if caught again, his car will be seized.

Drifting is most commonly seen in motor-racing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:44 am  

Monday, 20 November 2017

Weybridge MP and Chancellor to boost transport links.

It’s been announced that the Weybridge MP and Chancellor Philip Hammond has given nearly 2 billion pounds to improve transport links.

One point seven billion will go to create a modern transport infrastructure.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:53 pm  

Oz rugby union head coach investigated for behaviour at Twickenham

Australia's rugby union head coach is being investigated for his behaviour at Twickenham on Saturday.

Michael Cheika could be in trouble with World Rugby following their autumn Test defeat to England.

Cheika was angry with several refereeing decisions during the game, and got involved in an exchange with a fan just before half-time.

He'll find out tomorrow if he's being punished.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:16 pm  

Officers forced to manage manure near Weybridge.

Police have had a really mucky job on the Chertsey road at the Addlestone Moor roundabout.

A tractor with a load of manure overturned and the traffic plus

extras has been trailing back to Shepperton.

Officers had to clear up the excrement after the farm vehicle and

a trailer overturned near Weybridge.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:43 pm  

England rugby union head coach Eddie Jones says his players are in for an unpredictable week

They’re getting ready to take on Samoa in their latest autumn international at the weekend.

They've picked up wins over Argentina and Australia so far.

Jones tells us, he'll look to give a few newer faces a chance to impress at Twickenham.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Shoppers in Epsom with mobility problems are to benefit from the Council’s decision to upgrade its shopmobility service

The scheme allows visitors and residents to hire mobility scooters or wheelchairs for the duration of their visit.

The upgrade includes 3 new scooters and 4 new wheelchairs which are already available.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:19 pm  

Martina Navratilova says she's "gutted and beyond words" following the death of 1998 Wimbledon tennis champion Jana Novotna

She passed away in her native Czech Republic after a long battle with cancer at the age of 49.

Former opponent Chris Evert says Novotna was a "woman with integrity and honour".

Ex-British number one Annabel Croft has been paying tribute to her on Sky Sports News.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

There's been a robbery at a Bookies in Ewell



Police are appealing for your help to identify the person under the motorbike helmet in connection with a robbery at the bookmakers on Chessington Road in Ewell on Saturday evening.

The suspect, believed to be a man, entered Coral at around 5pm, wearing a high vis vest, white trainers, balaclava and a bike helmet with the visor down.

They also had a black bag which they were wearing diagonally across their body, and they believed to have been carrying a hatchet.

Police say it was "a frightening ordeal for the people who were in the bookmakers at the time, as the suspect demanded money from the till".

The shop is located on a busy parade of shops.

Anyone with any information is asked to call Police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:58 pm  

Martina Navratilova says she's "gutted and beyond words" following the death of 1998 Wimbledon tennis champion Jana Novotna

She passed away in her native Czech Republic after a long battle with cancer at the age of 49.

Former opponent Chris Evert says Novotna was a "woman with integrity and honour".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

British Airways is introducing a scheme that will see passengers board planes according to how much they paid for their ticket

From next month, those who pay the lowest fares will have to wait at the departure gate and board last.

When passengers check in, a number will be printed on their boarding pass, between 1 and 5.

For example, number 1 will be assigned to First Class passengers.

A spokesman for the Heathrow based airline said ‘We are always looking at ways to improve the airport experience for our customers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Former Wimbledon tennis champion Jana Novotna has died at the age of 49 after a long battle with cancer

The Women's Tennis Association says she passed away in the Czech Republic "peacefully, surrounded by her family".

Novotna was famously consoled by the Duchess of Kent after losing the 1993 Wimbledon final.

She was beaten again in the 97 decider, before winning her sole grand slam singles title a year later.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Kingston Council implements new Sunday charging policy for car park in New Malden

Shocked drivers who usually use the Council run car park at The Malden Centre were dismayed to find they'd had tickets slapped on their cars yesterday.

The car park has always been free to use on a Sunday.

One man, Alec Reeves, who decided not to park there after seeing another driver get a ticket told us;

"I use this car park most Sundays. The main signage hasn't changed. It still implies parking is free on a Sunday. I'm told there is apparently a small sign on the parking metre, but that is useless because people aren't expecting to pay on a Sunday. It's very sneaky and once again putting the high street in jeopardy".

No one was available for comment when we contacted the council yesterday, but it was decided at a council budget meeting in February, that all borough car parks would have a night time rate of £1.50 and there would also be a charge on a Sunday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:20 pm  

Smoke alarm saves Chelsea resident

A woman from Chelsea has had a lucky escape from a fire thanks to her smoke alarm.

She discovered a fire in the living room of her flat in Beaufort Street, in the early hours of this morning.

A small part of the living room was damaged by the fire which investigators believe was caused by a candle being left unattended.

She was taken to hospital after suffering from smoke inhalation and burns.

Eight other residents were evacuated from surrounding flats.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

The London Youth Games kicked off on Saturday.

Over 4,000 children in Richmond took part in the event last year.

The borough finished in 3rd place overall among the 33 competing London boroughs.

The hunt is now on for the 2018 team.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 am  

European nationals living in Richmond will soon be able to use a new Passport return service

It’s in light of the Government’s plans to protect the rights of EU citizens after Brexit.

The service will allow eligible residents to take their passports to the Registry Office in Twickenham to be verified and copied.

The copies will then be sent to the Home Office.

It is hoped it will launch in February.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

House Fire in Mitcham

Six fire engines, and 35 firefighters and officers were called to a fire at a house in Hoylake Gardens, in Mitcham.

The Brigade was called at 5:30 this morning and the fire was under control shortly after 8. The first floor of the semi-detached house was destroyed.

Crews from Mitcham, Norbury, Wimbledon and West Norwood fire stations all attended the scene.

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

Kingston School Children Help Police With Road Safety Week

School children from Kingston are encouraging drivers to ‘speed down and save lives.’

It’s part of a speed awareness campaign in the lead up to Road Safety Week, next week.

Pupils have been working with police and the council to remind drivers of the dangers of speeding.

5 deaths and 64 serious injuries happen every day on UK roads.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:34 am  

Leatherhead win again in Isthmian League

In Isthmian Premier Division action yesterday, Gillingham loanee Liam Nash scored a first half hat-trick to lead Leatherhead to a convincing 4-nil win over Wingate and Finchley at Fetcham Grove.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:25 am  

Croydon considers measures to cut pollution

Cutting the use of diesel engines and banning day time bonfires will be among the topics discussed by Croydon Council today.

The council has consulted residents, businesses, health professionals and campaign groups on how best to tackle air pollution.

Other proposals include encouraging private hire drivers to go diesel-free and installing greener boilers in council owned buildings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:10 am  

Harlequins drop to seventh in Premiership table

Exeter are back on top of rugby union's Premiership this morning.

They beat Harlequins 31-17 to take advantage of Saracens' defeat by Gloucester earlier in the weekend.

Quins drop to seventh in the table.

Leicester made it six straight league wins with a 35-27 victory over Sale.

They're now up to third, a place above Bath - who beat London Irish 22-18.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:33 am  

Sunday, 19 November 2017

Initial line-up announced for England Vs Samoa game at Twickenham

England rugby union full-back Mike Brown's been included in an initial 35-man squad for their final autumn international with Samoa at Twickenham.

He was substituted in the opening game against Argentina because of a head knock, then missed yesterday's win over Australia.

British and Irish Lions second-row George Kruis is also back in after being dropped for that match.

England beat Samoa 28-9 in their last encounter at Twickenham in 2014.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham Council want public to have their say on park renovation in Hammersmith

Hammersmith and Fulham Council are carrying out improvements to a park in Hammersmith and want residents to have their say.

They would like to hear what features the public would like to see in Frank Banfield Park, one of the thirteen green spaces with Green Flag status in the borough.

They have secured funding from local developers towards the renovations, which include demolishing the unused adventure playground.

The online consultation must be completed today, as the deadline is tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 pm  

Missing 15-year old girl from Kensington and Chelsea


A teenager is missing from Kensington and Chelsea are police are asking for help from the public to find her.

15-year old Shanel Nelson has been missing since yesterday evening and is likely to be spotted on a bus, around North or Central London.

She is described as a black female, around 5ft 3 in tall and of slim build. She was last seen wearing a grey tracksuit and black puffa jacket.

There’s an image of her on our Radio Jackie News twitter feed, anyone who has seen her should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

Concerns grow for a missing man from Twickenham


Police are growing concerned for the whereabouts of a missing man from Twickenham.

Stellios Malas was last seen at 2pm, wearing a navy blue jacket, grey trousers and a grey flat cap.

He may be confused, there’s a picture of Stellios on our Radio Jackie twitter feed, anyone with any information should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A Grade II listed building is at risk of collapse

A Grade II listed building is at risk of collapse after the council opposed plans to restore it, the owner says.

The owner planned to build new homes at Hanworth Park House, which Hounslow Council objected to due to its green belt status.

Around £10 million is said to be necessary to restore the house.

Steve Curran, leader of Hounslow Council, said he supports restoration but that the project would need a more suitable area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

Waste coffee grounds will be used as biofuel for some London buses from Monday

Waste coffee grounds will be used as biofuel for some London buses from Monday.

Technology firm bio-bean say they have six thousand litres of coffee oil, enough to power one bus for one year.

Biofuel made from mixing diesel with waste products such as cooking oil is already in use in many London buses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:07 pm  

People in Epsom are being encouraged to post their Christmas cards as normal

People in Epsom are being encouraged to post their Christmas cards as normal this festive season.

The council says a postal system will continue to operate at the Town Hall.

It has been hosting the temporary facility, while the main Post Office looks for a new home in central Epsom.

The new arrangement sees the Post Office operating during normal Town Hall opening times.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:16 pm  

A mother has raised over £3500 for St Helier Hospital

A mother has raised over £3500 for St Helier Hospital after the treatment they gave to her baby boy who was born six weeks early.

Sophie Gilloway hosted a glitter ball night in Sutton for St Helier’s prenatal unit, where her son Freddy spent two weeks in an incubator.

Sophie says “the reassurance the nurses gave us was really important, especially during such a frightening time”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

London’s Bishops are getting tough on developers.

Signatories including the Bishop of Croydon have written to the Government asking it to clamp down on supermarket developers.

They argue the developers are taking advantage of prime sites by offering housing as well as retail.

But they claim the amount of houses offered are “staggeringly low”, and sometimes make up just 4% of the whole development.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 pm  

A project to help reduce flooding in Fulham has scooped a major environmental award

The scheme in Mendora Road was built in collaboration with Thames Water.

It includes features such as permeable paving which allows rainwater to soak in, and underground floodwater chambers.

It won the Engineering & Manufacturing, Sustainable Water Management Award at the 2017 Green Apple Awards.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 pm  

Epsom Homes

The foundations are being laid for 30 new affordable homes in Epsom.

They’re being built on a former council block of flats and shops in Hollymoor Lane.

Once complete, the development will offer a mix of houses and flats.

Twenty of the homes will be available for rent and ten for shared ownership.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:37 am  

Bonfire Ban Croydon

Daytime garden bonfires could soon be banned in Croydon.

That is because Croydon Council is meeting on Monday to discuss what should be done to tackle air pollution in town.

The council received nearly 600 responses from a 2 month long consultation on its draft air quality plan with 72% agreeing council should consult on extending its smoke-free zone.

As well as 84% wanting more done against drivers who leave their parked cars running.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

Credit Croydon

Croydon Council is pleading with the Government for extra funding.

It says pay-outs to prevent families on Universal Credit from becoming homeless have led to a monetary shortfall.

Last year Croydon Council gave a total of £2m in emergency rent to families on benefits.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 am  

Montague Hall Hounslow

People in Hounslow are being asked to give their views on proposals to change Montague Hall into an adult support service.

It’s after Age UK Hounslow, which occupies the building in Montague road, looks set to relocate next year.

A drug and alcohol support service would benefit from increased space and the Council say it would save around £150,000 in costs.

People have until the 6th of December to have their say
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 am  

Street Lights Surrey

Street lights in Surrey are to be turned back on for an extra hour overnight just a year after the council decided to switch them off.

Since December, more than 30,000 lights have been switched off for five hours each night to help fund multi-million pound budget savings.

Surrey County Council said they would now be left on for an hour longer, until 01:00 GMT, beginning on Thursday.

It said the decision was taken after listening to residents' concerns.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

Driverless cars on UK roads by 2021?

Driverless cars could be on the road as soon as 2021.

MP for Runnymede and Weybridge, Philip Hammond will allow driverless cars to be tested without the aid of a human or under the current rules set by the EU.

The move is part of an attempt by Hammond and the Treasury to project a more upbeat message about the prospects for the UK economy after Brexit.

Carmakers have warned that they may have to move some production abroad if there is no deal to keep Britain inside the single market for at least a two-year transition period.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:27 am  

Ex-serviceman from Chertsey to walk ten miles for charity

An ex-serviceman who lost a leg in Afghanistan is walking more than 10 miles for a military charity that helped him back into work.

In 2009, Matt Fisher, from Chertsey, was deployed to the Afghan province of Helmand but was forced to return to Britain after he was shot in the ankle.

Even though doctors tried to save his leg, they had to amputate it a year later.

After rehabilitation at Headley Court military hospital near Leatherhead, Matt had to come to terms with his new life outside the army.

Walking with the Wounded helped him find work after returning to the UK, and he is now a carpenter.

The walk is set to kick off from The King & Castle pub in Windsor at 11am on 10 December and will finish at The Crown Hotel in Chertsey.
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