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Saturday, 9 December 2017

Former Chelsea player says I'm a Celeb rival wants to win


Former Chelsea and England player Dennis Wise has said that he thinks Iain Lee is manipulating situations to make him look good on TV.

The 50-year old thinks Iain has a game plan to be crowned King of the Jungle, which included him and Amir Khan eating the strawberries after a challenge.

Dennis was the sixth celeb to be voted out of the show and he has sine insisted that he did not bully Iain.

He apparently told ITV2 that when Iain came back from Strawberrygate, he said ‘this will make really good TV.’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 pm  

11-year old boy missing from Teddington is found

An 11-year old boy who was missing whilst visiting family in Teddington has been found safe and well.

Kieran Eyre was last seen at around 7.45 this evening.

The public and media are thanked for their help in the search.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:49 pm  

Woman in her 80s dies after serious collision in Ashford

Kingston Road in Ashford will be shut in both directions until midnight as police carry out an investigation after a fatal collision earlier.

4 cars were involved in a collision at around 4pm and a passenger in one of the cars died at the scene with the driver being rushed to St George’s hospital with serious injuries.

A 33-year old man from Sussex and a 32-year old from Hersham have both been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving whilst over the prescribed limit for drugs.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any dashcam footage of the blue Subaru Impreza, Skoda Fabia, black Suzuki Vitara or grey Subaru Impreza should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 pm  

11-year old boy is missing from Teddington - if seen call 999


Concerns are growing for an 11-year old boy from Uxbridge, but who is currently staying with family in Teddington.

Kieran Eyre was last seen in Teddington at around 7.45 this evening.

He was last seen wearing a black jacket with fur around the hood with Adidas tracksuit bottom and black Nike trainers. Kieran is above 5ft tall.

He suffers from ADHD and autism – if you see him or know of his whereabouts you are urged to call 999.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:18 pm  

Chelsea Ladies hope the crowd will help as they host Man City at Kingsmeadow

Chelsea Ladies say the Kingsmeadow crowd will be very important as they host leaders Manchester City tomorrow evening.

Tickets are still available for the 6.30 game, a chance to see two Women’s Champions League quarter-finalists go head the head in their last game this year.

There’ll be free mulled wine, roasted chestnuts and a chance to see Chelsea Brass Band before kick-off.

Defender Millie Bright says their opponents have a few England players and it will be tough, but their goal tomorrow is to secure three points.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

Fulham, QPR and Brentford results in Championship today

Football results in the Championship today:

Fulham won 1-0 at home to Birmingham City, QPR lost 3-1 to Leeds United and Brentford lost 3-2 away to Hull City.

In League One, The AFC Wimbledon match against Bury has been postponed, due to a pitch inspection and weather conditions.

The date is yet to be confirmed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

Police appeal for help to hunt gang who held man hostage for over 50 hours in Thornton Heath


Police are hunting for a gang after a young man was kidnapped and threatened with a gun and knife in Thornton Heath.

The 24-year old was held hostage for more than 50 hours, in an ordeal that started on Monday at around 2pm, when he was approached on London Road.

As well as being physically abused, he was forced to phone his parents for money, and when they said they were unable to pay, their son was forced to hand over his house keys, so it could be burgled.

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of kidnap, but officers believe up to 12 were involved, so are appealing for further information.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:37 pm  

Drivers urged to switch off their engines


Drivers in Battersea and Putney are being encouraged to switch their car engines off.

Wandsworth is one of 15 authorities taking part in the Vehicle Idling Action Campaign, which launched a year ago.

A network of volunteer Air Quality Champions have engaged with 40 drivers about the amount of pollution caused by idling engines.

They’ve also given talks to children and councillors about the impact of engines on air quality.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 pm  

The future is in your hands


People in Richmond are being urged to have their say on the future of Old Deer Park.

The Council has been working to create planning guidelines for the Old Deer Park Conservation Area.

It has now prepared a draft plan that would ensure any future developments only conserve and enhance the green space.

Representatives from the Council will be available to discuss the proposals at Pools on the Park on Saturday the 6th of January.

They’ll also be at Richmond Adult Community College on Thursday the 11th of January.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:03 pm  

Chelsea vs West Ham Result


In the Premier League, Chelsea lost 1-nil to London rivals West Ham.

Meaning this victory for David Moyes' side takes them out of the relegation zone.

This is West Ham's first win under David Moyes, and Marko Arnautovic's first goal for the club, which proved enough to beat a disjointed Chelsea at London Stadium.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

'ACTION DAY' in Putney

Wandsworth European Movement is holding an action day in Putney High Street today to show the benefits of staying in the EU.

The event will attempt to show how remaining in the EU will protect the NHS, freedom of movement, as well as the environment.

Campaign Officer Ben Austin claims ‘a hard Brexit puts the British welfare state and peace in Europe at jeopardy.’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 pm  

Tyres slashed in Sutton

House-holders in Sutton got a nasty surprise this morning when they found that ten of their cars had been slashed.

It’s believed the tyres were knifed overnight – affecting 10 vehicles.

One of the residents Rahim Krasniqui was supposed to get to work in his Range Rover so he had to make use of his spare tyre and do a quick change.

Police have been informed.

Sydney road is close to Sutton United Football Club.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:58 am  

Police cordon in Upper Halliford

Part of a road has been blocked off by a police cordon in Upper Halliford.

There’s a report of a road accident there overnight.

An eye witness says a car crashed into a building and a large hole in the wall has been visible.

The Radio Jackie news team spoke to an officer at the scene but he was unable to say when the road would open.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:33 am  

Barnes schoolgirl wins art prize



A Barnes girl has won a prize in a national art competition and £700 for her school with a painting about Alzheimer’s.

12 year old Lottie is a Year 8 pupil at Richmond Park Academy.

She won the Seaward Properties Chichester Art Award for Lost Memories in the National Open Art Children’s Competition. The artwork will now be displayed at the Children’s Exhibition in Chichester.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:28 am  

Man dies in Hersham collision

A man in his 60s has died after being struck by a motorcyclist just after 5.30 Friday evening.

It happened on the A244 Esher Road in Hersham when the motorcycle travelling west-bound collided with the pedestrian.

The motorcyclist, a man in his 30s, was taken to hospital with serious injuries.

Police are asking for anyone who witnessed the incident or has dashcam footage from that time to contact them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:12 am  

Help is needed to find missing Croydon teenage girl


Police are asking for help to find a missing 15 year girl from Croydon.

Jasmine Dunnett was last seen on Thursday in Croydon town centre

She’s described as 5 foot 4 inches tall and of medium build. She has long red hair and a tattoo on her left arm with lettering of a friend’s name and another tattoo of a shooting star on her left hand.

She was last seen wearing a dark coloured jacket with a fur hood and grey panels around the shoulders.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:24 am  

Friday, 8 December 2017

Prison in Hammersmith and Fulham sees 'surge in violence'

A surge of violence is among the findings of a critical prison report into Wormwood Scrubs.

90 assaults had been recorded against staff in the six months to July this year.

The Cat B prison in Hammersmith and Fulham was also found to have chronic staff shortages, and lots of litter which was attracting rats and cockroaches.

The Ministry of Justice has said the jail that holds over 1,200 men is recruiting more staff in an attempt to quickly raise standards.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Police are appealing to two men after man found lying in road critically injured in Epsom

Police have released CCTV of two men they believe can help them with their enquiries.

At around 5am on Saturday 25th November, a 36-year old man was found in the middle of Miller Place Road in Epsom with critical injuries.

He was taken to hospital where he remains in a critical but stable condition.

The CCTV is from a house not far from where the man was found and the men seen in the video could be key to finding out what happened.

Detectives are appealing for the two individuals or anyone who recognises them to come forward and call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 pm  

Scheme introduced for victims of sexual abuse at Croydon care home

A compensation scheme is being proposed for victims of sex abuse at a former care home in Croydon.

The initiative, set up by Lambeth Council which ran Shirley Oaks amongst others, is expected to cost in excess of £100 million.

The Council says it would provide swift redress, while ensuring compensation money is not swallowed up by lawyers’ fees.

The proposal, which would be the first of its kind in the country, will be considered at a council meeting on December the 18th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:28 pm  

Brentford FC will leave Griffin Park after bid is approved

Brentford FC will be allowed to build a 17,000 seater stadium near historic Kew Gardens.

The Bees are set to leave Griffin Park after Hounslow Council approved the latest bid.

Original proposals for a 20,000 seat staium were turned down partly due to the traffic impact they’d have on the already congested area.

Building work is expected to finish in late 2019 or early 2020.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:46 pm  

Woman robbed and assaulted near Ashford station in the early hours

Officers are appealing for any witnesses or information after a woman was knocked unconscious and robbed at Ashford station this morning.

As she walked down Stanwell New Road, and crossed the bridge, she was knocked to the ground by a man and had her keys and bag taken.

She was left with a fractured cheekbone. Police are keen to speak to anyone who has found a leather Topshop bag or keys with an Eiffel Tower keyring.

Also a light coloured man, wearing a dark hoody with his hood pulled tight, so that only his eyes could be seen who was in the area between 5.30 and 6.30.

Anyone who saw him should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 pm  

Surrey County Council has lost a £328,000 lawsuit to Virgin Care after a contract fell through with the firm

Nearly 50,000 people across the country have signed a petition asking Richard Branson to return the NHS’s money.

Virgin attempted to procure an £82m contract for children and young people’s community health care.

But it went to council-owned services instead.

Virgin cited “serious flaws” in the way the negotiations were conducted.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

CCTV footage released after serious sexual assault in Woking



Surrey Police are appealing for your help in tracing a man in connection with a serious sexual assault in Woking.

The assault took place at around 3.15am on Sunday, the 29th of October when a woman in her 20s was assaulted outside the parade of shops on Victoria Way.

Detectives have been conducting an extensive investigation since the assault took place and are now urging anyone who recognises this man to come forward.

Anyone who witnessed either the incident or who has any information should call Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference 45170119832, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:11 pm  

Gritters will be out on Surrey’s roads from 7 o’clock

Freezing conditions are expected to hit the county over the weekend.

It’s due to get to as low as -1 in some parts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Crystal Palace have criticised the decision to stage their FA Cup third-round tie at Brighton on a Monday night

Six people were arrested and two stewards taken to hospital after crowd violence during the sides' Premier League game last week.

Palace say they advised that the match should be an early daytime kick-off, but were presented with a "no option" scenario.

The game is being shown live on TV.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:43 pm  

Chelsea will be without David Luiz and also Danny Drinkwater for tomorrow’s London derby at West Ham

Manager Antonio Conte could revert to the side that started last week’s Premier League win over Newcastle.

It’s after he made several changes for the midweek Champions League game.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The UK will pay up to £39 billion to leave the EU

The settlement's been hammered out as part of an agreement to allow talks to move on to trade.

Negotiations went on in Brussels into the early hours.

Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable has given his reaction.

The MP for Twickenham was the business secretary when the Lib Dems were in coalition with the Conservatives.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia has welcomed today’s breakthrough in Brexit talks

The discussions have guaranteed the rights of EU nationals.

This is particularly important for the borough as Wandsworth is home to 30,000 nationals.

The largest EU population is Polish, followed by French, Italian, German and Spanish.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 pm  

Kingston Council has postponed a decision on developer Meyer Bergman’s latest application for Tolworth



Kingston Council has postponed a decision on developer Meyer Bergman’s latest application for Tolworth.

The developers’ plans for over 700 homes were originally turned down last year partly because of the impact they would have had on traffic.

Meyer Homes lodged an application which was unsuccessful.

It then submitted revised plans for 950 homes on the Former Government Offices site in December last year.

The councils’ decision to defer means the group now has more time to decide whether or not to increase the amount of affordable housing it was offering.

Kingston says the decision to defer was also so it can digest Mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s London Plan, which was announced at the start of the month.

The document says Kingston will have to provide 1300 affordable homes a year for the next 5 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

A man has exposed himself to two 16 year old girls in New Haw

They were walking along Byfleet Road on Monday morning when the incident happened near a footpath by the River Wey bridge.

The man’s described as white with a tanned complexion, potentially in his 40s, around 5ft 4 and of a large build.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

The man wrongly accused of killing Rachel Nickell on Wimbledon Common says he believes his looks played a part in his arrest

54 year old Colin Stagg from Roehampton has told BBC Radio 5 Live people’s views were “based largely on the way (he) looked”.

He said “If I was a tall, handsome guy, I don't think people would think I was guilty”

Mr Stagg was the prime suspect over the murder of the 23 year old in 1992.

It took 16 years before the true killer, Robert Napper, was finally brought to justice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 am  

When will the front counter of Wandsworth police station close for good?

The front counters of the Streatham and Wandsworth Police stations will close on the 14th December.

The force tweeted to say that as a result, more officers will be on the streets to keep the borough safe.

Sadiq Khan is closing 37 stations and numerous front counters across the capital in a bid to save £165 million.

Stations that also face closure include: Wimbledon, Teddington, Wandsworth and New Malden.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

These men assaulted a cab driver after being picked up in Wimbledon, do you recognise them?


The investigation into the assault of a cab driver continues.

Police have released e-fit images of two men they would like to speak in connection with the attack.

The victim picked up two passengers at Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium on the 4th March.

When they arrived at the Prince of Wales pub in Forest Hill a disagreement about the fare led one passenger to attack the driver.

Two or more men in the area then joined in the assault.

You can find the e-fit on our Jackie New twitter feed
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

500 boys will spend Christmas at Feltham Young Offenders Institution this year

Now, a charity is calling for help to keep its advice line running.

Lucy Mayer has more.

The Howard League for Penal Reform says it receives 100 calls a week from children and young people in prison.

The charity helps them secure accommodation and get support for release into the community.

In the last few days, it claims a child contacted the line because he was in pain after prison staff physically restrained him.

The charity says this is just one example of the hundreds of calls it receives from children in prison every month.

It says it’s desperately in need of funding to help it continue the helpline and its work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Hammersmith & Fulham Council hand out £4000 fine to a restaurant

A restaurant in Shepherds Bush has been fined £4,000 after it was found to be infested with mice and cockroaches.

Environment officers at Hammersmith & Fulham Council visited Olivia Pizza in September following a compliant from a customer.

Representatives of R&I Food Ltd, which runs the premises, admitted a charge of failing to ensure the site was kept clean and maintained.

Westminster Magistrates’ was told the take-away had been in a very poor condition besides pest control.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:43 am  

Richmond Council promises no 'developer profit' on Twickenham project

Richmond Council has confirmed that the Twickenham Riverside project will not be delivered in partnership with a private developer.

During consultations many residents said they wanted the council to retain control of the scheme.

The development site includes three properties on the corner of King Street and Water Lane, a car park and the derelict former swimming pool buildings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 am  

Thursday, 7 December 2017

TFL and Croydon Council's response to the report into last November’s tram crash.

Transport for London has welcomed the report and says it has introduced new warning systems for drivers, as well as additional speed restrictions.

Croydon Council says passenger safety is “paramount” and new measures should be put into action as quickly as possible.

The crash killed seven people after the driver allegedly fell into a ‘microsleep’ for 49 seconds before a sharp bend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:13 pm  

Over 1,000 patients had to wait over 30 minutes in ambulances outside A&E in London last week.

The public service union UNISON say that a lack of beds, staff shortages, and the funding squeeze are to blame.

Amongst the worst was London and North West Hospital NHS trust, where 22 were kept for over an hour.

However, Kingston, Chelsea and Croydon Hospitals were among the best, with less than thirty incidences between them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:49 pm  

Prisoners at jails including Wandsworth and Bronzefield in Ashford are turning their hand to Chess to “manage their anger.”

Volunteer manager for prisons at the UK Chess Federation, Carl Portman, is donating sets and establishing clubs in prisons.

He has told the Evening Standard the game teaches criminals about “choice, not chance, and gives them a sense of freedom.”

It is thought around 86,000 inmates have picked up the game nationwide.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:26 pm  

The driver of a tram which crashed in Croydon,killing seven people,may have fallen into a 'microsleep' before the accident.

The official report confirms the accident was caused by a driver failing to apply the brakes in time to negotiate a sharp bend.

69 other passengers were injured in the accident last November.

Simon Branch is Chief Inspector of the Rail Accident Investigation Branch.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Chancellor Philip Hammond has been blasted after saying increased employment of disabled workers may have impacted productivity measurements

He made the comment to the Treasury Select Committee yesterday after it emerged productivity fell by 0.1% between March and June.

Marsha de Cordova, MP for Battersea, says that it’s “disgusting scapegoating” and that disabled people contribute “enormously”.

The MP for Runnymede and Weybridge suggested in his Autumn Budget that poor productivity was the cause of low growth figures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Councils in London and Berkshire are continuing their fight against a third runway at Heathrow Airport

Wandsworth and Richmond are among those who have called the runway “unbuildable” in a letter to the Transport Select Committee.

The latest evidence allegedly fails to show how an expanded airport could meet air quality limits in an area where pollution levels are deteriorating.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

History will be made in next month's FA Cup third round tie between Brighton and Crystal Palace

It'll be the first competitive club match in England to use video assistant referees.

The Football Association announced earlier this year it would trial the technology.

It's used to help with the awarding of goals, penalty decisions, direct red cards and cases of mistaken identity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 pm  

A Heathrow based coach firm has been fined £30,000 for disposing of its toilet waste in public drains

Symphony Chauffeurs poured the sewage from its coaches into drains at the Eastern Business Park in Heathrow.

This resulted in mass pollution of the River Crane, which was eventually traced back to the company by the Environment Agency.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The driver of a tram that crashed in Croydon last year, causing seven fatalities, may have fallen into a "microsleep"

The Rail Accident Investigation Branch believes it is "probable" that he "temporarily lost awareness".

Ian Woods, who has seen the full report, says the tram was travelling too fast before entering a sharp bend.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Trading standards in Surrey have impounded 2,600 fake toys brought in from China through Heathrow Airport



Trading standards in Surrey have impounded 2,600 fake toys brought in from China through Heathrow Airport.

They barred them from entering the UK because they lacked crucial paperwork proving the products met safety standards.

‘Fingerlings’ are robotic animals such as monkeys and unicorns which fit on a finger and blink, babble and turn their heads.

The products will now be destroyed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:12 pm  

London Fire Brigade out in Kingston tonight to offer safety advice to revellers

“Don’t Drink and Drown”.

That’s the message from London Fire Brigade.

Officers will be at Charter Quay in Kingston from 4.30 this afternoon until 9.30pm to offer safety advice to drinkers at the bars which line the River.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:03 pm  

Croydon Tram Crash investigation concludes



The driver of a tram which crashed in Croydon last November, killing seven people, may have drifted into a "microsleep" before travelling round a sharp bend.

The Rail Accident Investigation Branch believes it is "probable" that he "temporarily lost awareness".

It is thought a “microsleep” may have lasted for up to 49 seconds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

Fire broke out on a boat in Kingston last night

The fire brigade was called just before midnight to where the boat was moored close to the High Street.

The Caribbean cruiser was completely destroyed by the blaze.

Eight people were evacuated from nearby flats as a precaution but there were no reports of any injuries.

The cause of the fire is believed to be accidental.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:02 pm  

A special constable has been dismissed from the Metropolitan Police Service for fare evasion

A special constable has been dismissed from the Met Police for fare evasion.

In February SPC Uzair Siddiqi travelled on a South West Trains service from Surbiton to Waterloo without a valid ticket.

Upon arrival, he produced a TfL police Oyster card that was not valid on that service.

After paying an £87 fine, Siddiqi was dismissed from the force for failing to tell his employer of his misconduct.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:34 pm  

Attack survivor Paul Kohler launches legal campaign to save Wimbledon Police Station

A man who was attacked by burglars in his own home in Wimbledon is campaigning to save the town’s police station.

Paul Kohler is trying to raise £5,000 to set the ball rolling for a judicial review on the Mayor of London’s plans.

He has until the 4th of January to raise the money via his Crowd Justice page.

Sadiq Khan is closing 37 stations and numerous front counters across the capital in a bid to save £165 million.

Wimbledon would move to Mitcham, around 20 minutes away.

Paul says he wouldn’t be here if officers hadn’t been so quick to respond.

He says he doesn't blame the Mayor for trying to make savings, but this action is dangerous for residents.



To find out more about Paul's campaign, click here

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:03 pm  

Merton Council made how much from parking fines!?

Local councils in England have made record profits of £700 million from parking fines.

That’s according to the RAC foundation.

The motoring analyst released a list of 20 councils that made surplus millions from fines in 2014-2015.

Kensington and Chelsea ranked the second highest, generating £33 million. Hammersmith and Fulham were fourth with over £23 million.

Wandsworth council made over £20 million and Hounslow and Merton both made over £7 million
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Todays most wanted on Croydon’s Badvent Calendar is...

Michael Darnley.

Each day throughout December, the borough’s police force is publicising a different person wanted in connection with a crime.

The 54 year old is wanted for failing to appear in court and police also wish to speak to him about a burglary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

The investigation into a stabbing in Thornton Heath continues

Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenage cyclist was attacked.

On the 26th of September at around 11pm a 16 year old boy was found in Buckingham Avenue with stab injuries to his chest and arm

Police wish to speak to anyone in the area at that time, particularly the driver of a black car believed to be a BMW.

Two people have been arrested and released under investigation.

Anyone with information should call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

Wimbledon man campaigns to save police station.

A man who was attacked by burglars in his own home in Wimbledon is campaigning to save the town’s police station.

Paul Kohler is trying to raise £5,000 to set the ball rolling for a judicial review on the Mayor of London’s plans.

Sadiq Khan is closing 37 stations and numerous front counters across the capital in a bid to save £165 million.

Paul says he wouldn’t be here if officers hadn’t been so quick to respond.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Home owners in Croydon will soon be able to get a year round green garden waste removal service

Home owners in Croydon will soon be able to get a year round green garden waste removal service.

It will also include a Christmas tree collection scheme.

The new deal with waste company Veolia which starts next year, is aimed at improving waste collection and street cleaning services.

The company says it will invest in larger wheelie bins, improved vehicles and a battery recycling service.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

People across Epsom are being urged to make sure they are prepared for winter

The council says residents should make sure remote roads are gritted and ditches filled in.

People are also being asked to watch out for flooding.

In 2014, the army had to be brought in to help evacuate some residents and help lay sandbags at the worst affected homes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:39 am  

Woman who lost her husband in the Croydon Tram crash speaks out

A woman who lost her husband in the Croydon tram crash last year is angry that action wasn’t taken quickly enough.

The tram, which derailed at Sandilands, took the lives of seven people.

Marilyn Logan believes her spouse Phil’s death could have been avoided had steps been taken in a similar incident in October.

A full report by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch is due out later today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:24 am  

Football clubs pay London Living Wage

West Ham United has pledged to pay its entire staff the London Living Wage.

The Hammers are only the third Premier League club to be accredited by the Living Wage Foundation, after Chelsea and Everton.

The commitment sees every employee receive an hourly rate of at least 10-pounds-20.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:17 am  

Wife of Croydon Tram Crash speaks out

A woman whose husband was a victim in the Croydon tram crash is angry that action wasn’t taken quickly enough.

The tram which derailed at Sandilands last November took the lives of seven people.

Marilyn Logan believes the crash that killed her spouse Phil could have been avoided had steps been taken in a similar incident on 31st October.

A full report by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch is due out later today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:18 am  

A Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust nurse organised a Christmas spectacular for young patients living with epilepsy.

Karen McHale, who is a paediatric neuro-disability specialist, organised the event at the Charis Centre in Crawley.

Children of all ages had fun on the bouncy castle, the arts and crafts area and the disco.

Father Christmas even made an appearance, but he left his reindeer at the North Pole, instead surprising the kids by arriving in an ambulance.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:08 am  

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

A man has appeared in court accused of helping would-be terrorists prepare attacks

It included sharing Prince George's school address in Battersea.

Husnain Rashid allegedly posted the details on a messaging app, along with information which could have apparently helped identify potential targets.

The 31-year-old from Nelson in Lancashire has been remanded in custody to appear back in court later this month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:01 pm  

A man from Kingston has been ordered to sign the sex offenders' register for five years after hiding a camera in a Starbucks toilet

Police believe the device in the chain's Vauxhall branch was in place for three or four weeks.

31-year-old Anthony Dines previously admitted voyeurism.

He'll also have to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 pm  

Two people have been jailed for stealing passengers’ belongings worth over £25,000 at Heathrow Airport

Gissella Diaz and Flores Valenzuela targeted six people between March and October this year.

The pair were caught when a police officer patrolling the airport recognised them from CCTV footage and arrested them.

They were sentenced to a total of 3 years earlier today at Isleworth Crown Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 pm  

Kingston Council is launching a campaign to encourage women to think about their contraceptive needs

The council is promoting long term yet reversible methods such as the coil, calling it “contraception you never have to remember not to forget”.

There have been year-on-year reductions of teenage pregnancy and abortion in Kingston, bringing them below the national average.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

Kingston council have become an official partner of the campaign #MeToo which is taking a stand against domestic violence and sexual abuse

The American campaign launched in the wake of allegations against Harvey Weinstein and other prominent men in Hollywood.

It began an international conversation on sexual assault, stalking and harassment.

Time Magazine has dubbed the anti-harassment group ‘the silence breakers’, and named them as its Person of the Year for 2017.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:26 pm  

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte fined £8000

It's after he accepted a Football Association misconduct charge.

The Italian was sent off during last month's Premier League win over Swansea.

He'd been complaining to the referee about what he perceived to be time-wasting tactics from their opponents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:25 pm  

New Addington BID gets the nod

Local businesses have voted in favour of renewing the New Addington Business Improvement District for another five years.

82% of businesses voted for the second term, which secures around £30,000 of funding to drive economic growth in the area.

The New Addington BID is the smallest in the country, and includes all the shops in the central parade, as well as the market and council owned buildings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:14 pm  

Man hunt for Oxted brothers

Police are appealing for help in finding two brothers from Oxted who went missing during their trial.

George and Mihai Cosma didn’t turn up to Guildford Crown court for the second half.

They were convicted of rape and robbery in their absence.

The public are being urged not to approach the brothers, but to call Surrey Police on 101.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

British tennis number one Johanna Konta will team up with Maria Sharapova's former coach Michael Joyce for the 2018 season

She's been looking for a replacement for Wim Fissette since October.

They'll begin working together in January.

Konta decided on a change when her form dipped after a run to the Wimbledon semi-finals and a rise to fourth place in the world rankings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm  

West Molesey murder update

Police investigating the murder of a woman in West Molesey are searching for a light coloured hatchback.

Officers were called to the car park of Hurst Pool just after 4am on Sunday the 26th of November.

54-year old Janet Moore was found with serious injuries and died in hospital on Saturday.

Graham Barnett, with Surrey Police, has this update.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:54 pm  

It seems Wandsworth has some of the best schools in the capital

That’s according to Ofsted, the watchdog set up to monitor them.

In its latest report, 76 out of the borough’s 78 schools have been rated either “good” or “outstanding”.

The council says applications for secondary places next year have risen by 10% as a result.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:16 pm  

Santa’s elves have come up with a novel way of beating the queues as they do the rounds in Sutton



They’re using a special Track Santa device to navigate the jams.

After getting stuck in traffic on Tuesday, they used the special device to relocate Father Christmas and eventually join him on his route.

You can also "track Santa" by clicking here.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:55 am  

A doctor’s surgery in Mitcham has received another damning review

Ravensbury Park Medical Centre in Morden Road has been rated “inadequate” once again by the Care Quality Commission.

Inspectors visited the site in September, but have only just released their findings.

They rated the medical centre inadequate in three out of five main areas: "safety," "effectiveness," and "being well-led."

They also found there were not effective arrangements to safeguard children and vulnerable adults from abuse.

The surgery was already in special measures following an earlier inspection in January.

It will remain in special measures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

It seems Croydon police really are full of Christmas cheer

It seems Croydon police really are full of Christmas cheer.

They’ve decided to take part in this year’s Christmas Jumper Day next Friday, the 15th.

The force asked its 12,000 Twitter followers if they’d like to see them in their jumpers instead of uniforms, and 45% came back with a “yes”

Money raised by the team will go towards buying a car for an elderly woman who had her vehicle stolen.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:33 am  

Wormwood Scrubs has been deemed dangerous for both inmates and staff by recent research

Wormwood Scrubs has been deemed dangerous for both inmates and staff by recent research.

The prison, based in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, sees 40 to 50 violent incidents committed by prisoners each month, with a quarter being gang related.

The Prison Officers Association says staff shortages mean outnumbered officers are vulnerable to assault.

The 1,200 inmates are kept in cells 23 hours a day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

West Ham promise staff London Living Wage

West Ham United has pledged to pay its entire staff the London Living Wage.

The Hammers are only the third Premier League club to be accredited by the Living Wage Foundation, after Chelsea and Everton.

The commitment sees every employee receive an hourly rate of at least 10-pounds-20.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 am  

Richmond remains with anti-expansion lobby at Heathrow

An extra £15 billion will be needed to redevelop road networks around Heathrow if a third runway goes ahead at the airport.

That’s according to Richmond Council.

The authority, which is stanchly anti-expansion, says enlarging Gatwick is still “the best option”.

The Government is due to report back on its latest consultation findings in the new - year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 am  

Wimbledon knocked out of Checkatrade Trophy

AFC Wimbledon are out of the Checkatrade Trophy play-offs after a 2-nil loss at Yeovil.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:57 am  

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

'Professional potty trainer' is needed in Runnymede

It might seem a bit potty in itself, but a couple from Runnymede is advertising for a “professional potty trainer”.

Posting on childcare.co.uk, the mother says the pair’s hectic work life means they haven’t mastered it yet.

They want their three year old to be potty ready in time for when the grandparents come to stay for Christmas.

They’re willing to pay £50 for ten hours a week to the privileged trainer.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Chelsea could face Barcelona in next round of Champions League after draw at home

Chelsea have ended up with a draw tonight at Stamford Bridge, which means they could now face La Liga leaders Barcelona in the final 16.

The Blues were already through but couldn't join United in becoming a top seed for the draw - as they drew 1-all with Atletico Madrid to finish second in their group.

It was goal less at Half Time, Atletico Madrid scored early into the second half, followed by an equaliser from Eden Hazard for the home club.

Elsewhere in Group D, Juventus won 2-0 to take second spot. 8 matches are left tomorrow in the group stages.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:53 pm  

Another wanted man in Croydon is publicised to public today

Today’s most wanted on Croydon’s Badvent Calendar is Steadman Hill.

Each day throughout December, the borough’s police force is publicising a different person wanted in connection with a crime.

Steadman is wanted for a bench warrant in relation to Burglary.

A bench warrant is an arrest warrant that is ordered by a judge.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

It's half time at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea take on Atletico Madrid

It’s goalless at Stamford Bridge at Half Time, as Chelsea play Atletico Madrid tonight.

David Luiz is missing the last Group C game with an ongoing knee problem.

The 30-year old Brazilian has only played once though since criticising his manager’s tactics for their defeat to Roma in October.

We’ll keep you updated with the score here on Jackie.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:50 pm  

Fresh appeal launched following murder of a 23-year old in Thornton Heath

Police have launched a fresh appeal for information following the murder of a man in Thornton Heath.

Bjorn Brown was stabbed to death on the 29th of March in Bensham Lane.

Police believe the 23-year-old was attacked by two men who then ran along Bensham Lane towards Cameron Road.

A member of the public driving past the scene managed to flag down an ambulance.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

Investigation launched after woman dies after being hit in West Molesey

A murder investigation’s been launched after a woman has died a week after being hit by a car in West Molesey.

Officers were called to Dunstall Way around 4.20am on 26th November to reports of shouting and a car making off at speed.

54-year old Janet Moore from Esher was found with serious injuries in the Hurst Pool car park and taken to hospital. She died on Saturday from her injuries.

Police say it’s clear that this wasn’t an accident and urge anyone who knows anything at all to call them on 101.

They want to hear from anyone who was in the area late Saturday night or the early hours of Sunday or saw the light coloured hatchback.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:14 pm  

Dame Jacqueline Wilson has been honoured at the British Academy Children’s Awards

The “Tracy Beaker” author from Kingston is one of the UK’s leading children writers.

She was presented with the accolade over the weekend.

The Special Award celebrates excellence and recognises her “outstanding contribution to British children’s television and media”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

South Western railway is considering axing “quiet carriages.”

Company bosses say conductors already find the rule hard to enforce.

They are consulting passengers on whether they want to see the end of the noise-free zones.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Eight British trees have been planted by residents in Isleworth to mark the opening a new nature reserve

Northcote Nature Reserve was opened as part of a plan to restore three miles of riverside paths lined in concrete.

The bee and bird friendly trees were donated by the Conservation Foundation and All Souls Church.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Investigations are continuing after a man was hit by a car in Fulham last night

Police were called to the junction of New Kings Road and Fulham High Street just before 7pm.

The pedestrian, a man in his 60s was taken to hospital, where his condition is described as life-threatening.

The driver stopped and is helping with enquiries, but anyone who saw what happened should contact The Met on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The new hospice in Woking has been officially opened

The Countess of Wessex met staff and toured the 20 bed building.

Woking & Sam Beare Hospices care for over 1,400 patients across Surrey each year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

It’s alleged train passengers were evacuated close to live rails during an incident on board a London Overground service

The BBC says it’s learned around 80 people were taken off the Arriva train from Dalston Junction to Battersea Park on November the 7th

The service was carrying 450 people when it suddenly came to a halt
because a faulty train component activated the brakes.

The Rail Accident Investigation Branch is investigating.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:03 pm  

England rugby union forward Maro Itoje could be a doubt for the start of the Six Nations after fracturing his jaw

He collided with international team-mate Mike Brown while playing in Saracens' defeat to Harlequins in the Premiership.

Itoje will now see a specialist and no date's been set for his return.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Two people have pleaded guilty to their part in the death of a man in Kingston in June



38 year old Derick Mulondo (pictured) was found by police on the Cambridge Estate suffering stab injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

23 year old Shauna Doyle has pleaded guilty to manslaughter and possession of an offensive weapon.

45 year old Eric Wertz has pleaded guilty to attempted grievous bodily harm and possession of an offensive weapon.

They’ll be sentenced in January.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Police are offering a £20,000 reward for information one year on from the death of a taxi driver in Wallington



55 year old Carl O’Brien was attacked in a stairwell in a block of flats in Vanguard Way last December.

He died of his injuries two weeks later.

A 26 year old was found not guilty of the murder following a trial.

The Met is offering the reward for any new information which leads to a prosecution.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:24 pm  

All-electric black cabs are now in use in London

All-electric black cabs are now in use in London.

Transport for London announced last year that by January 2018, all new taxis must produce zero emissions.

The new cabs have six seats, wifi, and USB charging.

While the new cabs will cost £310 a year more in car tax, they are said to save on average £100 in fuel a week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 pm  

Police have renewed appeals for a missing vulnerable teenager from New Malden



Police have renewed appeals for a missing vulnerable teenager from New Malden.

Catherine Mitchell, aged 16, was last seen at 8am last Sunday.

She is described as a light-skinned black girl around 5ft 4ins tall, of slim build and with dark hair she usually wears up.

She is believed to be wearing cream and beige coloured clothing comprising of a top, leggings, hat and scarf.

She was carrying a black shoulder bag and a patterned pink bag.

Anyone with information should contact Police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 pm  

Mushroom pickers hoping to find a treat in Bushy Park are being reminded it’s illegal to remove the fungi

Many types of toadstools and mushrooms enrich the area’s grassland and ancient trees.

But Royal Parks says harvesting them affects reproduction.

It also removes food for wildlife and some rare insect species that depend upon them for survival.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:58 pm  

A rogue builder and his grandson have been jailed after targeting the elderly in Croydon

A rogue builder and his grandson have been jailed after targeting the elderly in Croydon.

79 year-old Thomas Gumble senior was given a court order to stop him carrying out unsolicited building work in 2015.

However, he continued to carry out the dubious work with payments going into the bank account of his grandson, also named Thomas Gumble, to avoid detection.

Gumble senior has been sentenced to four years in jail, and Gumble Junior, three years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

Businesses in Richmond are pledging to tackle cyber-crime

It’s estimated 1 in 10 people fell victim last year, with around 750,000 fraud and computer misuse crimes reported to police nationally.

The borough’s police team is also issuing advice on how to protect vulnerable adults and children online.

Cyber-crime includes hacking, identity theft or prohibited online content.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

MP for Putney comments on the Damian Green pornography inquiry

The Education Secretary and MP for Putney, added to the pressure on Damian Green at the weekend, over the pornography inquiry.

Justine Greening said ‘most employers’ would find it unacceptable for staff to view such things at work.

Scotland Yard chief Cressida Dick said yesterday that the retired police officer who leaked the information could face prosecution.

Some No. 10 figures want Mr Green to step down so Theresa May doesn’t have to make the decision whether to sack him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:34 am  

'Epsom's Lost Son's' grave is restored for memorial this week

A team at Bourne Hall Museum in Ewell has been working hard to restore the grave of “Epsom’s Lost Son”.

Jackie’s Lucy Mayer takes up the story for us.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

A notorious “rat-run” has been closed off by Hammersmith and Fulham Council

A notorious “rat-run” has been closed off by Hammersmith and Fulham Council.

Residents had claimed Bishop’s Kings Road was regularly used as a cut through by “speeding drivers.”

A gate has now been installed to stop traffic from using the road altogether.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

People across Elmbridge are being offered cash rewards as an incentive to catch fly-tippers

The Fly-tipping Reward Scheme has been created by the council.

Money will be handed to those who provide information which leads to the conviction of anyone for the offence of flytipping.

Awards of up to £500 are available upon each successful prosecution.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Detectives appeal to witnesses of a serious collision in Fulham

Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a road traffic collision in Fulham.

Police were called to the junction of New Kings Road and Fulham High Street, to a report of a car in collision with a pedestrian just before 7pm yesterday.

The pedestrian, a man in his 60s was taken to hospital, where his condition is described as life-threatening.

The driver stopped and is helping with enquiries, but anyone who saw what happened should contact The Met on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Chelsea player says why he's enjoying matches more this season

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas says he's enjoyed playing in a more attacking role this season.

Antonio Conte's side face Atletico Madrid in their final Champions League group game tonight, having already secured qualification for the last 16.

Fabregas struggled to secure a starting place last term, but he's been more of a regular since Chelsea started playing with an extra midfielder.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Prince Harry praises firefighters in North Kensington fire disaster

Prince Harry has paid tribute to London’s firefighters and met some of those who were called out in the Grenfell Tower disaster earlier this year.

The fire in North Kensington claimed the lives of 71 people.

Gemma Bloxham, a firefighter in Lambeth said the prince commended them on the work they do.

The service included a reading by former Great British Bake Off presenter Mary Berry, who read an excerpt from Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:13 am  

Monday, 4 December 2017

Epsom and Ewell set to create Business Improvement District

The wheels are in motion for Epsom and Ewell to become a Business Improvement District.

Companies in the towns voted “yes” to becoming a BID last month.

BIDs are made up of groups of businesses who work together to create extra cash grants for projects they want to see go ahead.

This is in addition to funding set aside by the council.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:13 pm  

Fatality at East Croydon station this evening

There has been a fatality at East Croydon station this evening.

A man was stuck by the 5.57pm train from London Bridge to Brighton.

Southern warned that train services would be "heavily disrupted" tonight. Platform 3 is still closed although service has now been returned to all lines.

Earlier passengers had to disembark at Croydon, causing frustration.

Twitter users praised Southern staff, who have been “great” despite some passengers being “totally unreasonable
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 pm  

Royal Brompton plans could see it moved from Cheslea

An £800m plan to safeguard the future of The Royal Brompton Hospital could see its relocation from Chelsea.

The proposed site is to be next to St Thomas’ hospital on the south side of Westminster Bridge.

The proposal has been backed by NHS England in the hopes of creating a ‘global powerhouse’ for heart and lung disease.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

Hammersmith and Fulham PC dismissed after fraud conviction

A Metropolitan police officer has been dismissed after being convicted of fraud.

PC Reshat Kemal, on the Hammersmith and Fulham force, pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud by false representation.

PC Kemal offered one of his victims the opportunity for investment; instead it is believed the money used by PC Kemal as personal funds.

The second count related to the sale of a property abroad that left another victim out of pocket.

He’s been dismissed by the force for gross misconduct.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 pm  

New Heathrow plans could mean further loss of homes

It’s alleged that Heathrow’s bosses are backing a third runway scheme that would involve the loss of even more homes.

Campaign group Stop Heathrow Expansion says the new plan is a ploy to persuade politicians to vote a third runway through next year.

It’s been put forward by developer Arora Group, and involves bringing the proposed runway further east.

This means parts of Harlington and the whole of Sipson would be lost.

Longford would also “sandwiched” between two runways.

It also involves reducing its length by 500 metres which would cost some £6 billion less than Heathrow’s own North West Runway plan.

Heathrow’s boss John Holland Kaye has told The Telegraph he “hasn’t ruled out” doing something with Arora founder Surinder Arora.

Heathrow is yet to comment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 pm  

It’s estimated that more than 2,000 patients in England are surviving Cancer compared with a year ago

Official figures from NHS Cancer Care also suggest the gap between the areas with historically lower and higher survival rates are closing.

It’s good news for the likes of Hounslow.

It’s been revealed the borough’s survival rates have caught up with the national average.

NHS Cancer Care says earlier and faster diagnoses are making the biggest difference.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Roadworks to be lifted over Christmas to help with travel get-aways

Almost 400 miles of roadworks will be lifted across England over Christmas to help ease travel delays.

There won't be any improvements made on motorways and major A roads from 22nd December until the 2nd of January.

More lanes will be open and many speed restrictions lifted due to the completion or suspension of projects.

Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest travel across the period, or follow the team on Twitter @Jackie_Travel
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:48 pm  

A woman who was sexually assaulted by her grandfather has joined the NSPCC’s “Light Up Christmas for Children” campaign

46 year old Nicole Caroli told the Sunday Mirror she had already reported Douglas Hammersley to police.

But when she saw pictures of him celebrating his 100th birthday at a pub in New Malden, she says she felt “physically sick.”

Hammersley, who is now 102, was given a two-year suspended prison sentence.

He was also placed on the sex offenders' register and ordered to pay £25,000 compensation after being taken to court over the abuse.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:40 pm  

Crystal Palace have revealed plans to increase Selhurst Park's capacity to over 34,000

They want to spend about £100-million to add about 8,000 seats.

Palace are currently third-bottom of the Premier League.

Manager Roy Hodgson tells us, he's pleased to see the club planning for the long-term.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:20 pm  

A 16 year old girl from New Malden remains missing tonight

Catherine Mitchell, who is described as vulnerable, was last seen at 8am yesterday.

She likes to frequent open spaces and anyone who sees her is asked to call 999.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Crystal Palace has announced plans to redevelop Selhurst Park.

It'll increase capacity from around 26 to 34,000 seats at a cost of about £100-million.

Palace, who are currently in the Premier League's relegation zone, have played at the ground since 1924.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A dog who has been at Battersea for three times longer than any other, is getting a bit of celebrity help to find a new home

It’s hoped Pyrenees Mountain / German Shepherd Cross Thunder, will finally be re-homed in time for Christmas.

Paul O’Grady, star of Battersea’s “For the Love of Dogs” programme, says he’s “45 kilos of dog that just needs cuddles”.

While the average pooch spends just 35 days at Battersea, Thunder’s been looking for a home for 100 days.

Bosses at the centre say his size may be deterring potential owners.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 pm  

A 14-week old Labradoodle puppy has been found after going missing for three days in Richmond Park

He ran off after being ‘spooked’ on Wednesday morning, during one of his first visits outdoors.

More than 50 people had joined the search party for Angus, scouring the huge 2,500 acre park, as temperatures dropped below freezing.

He was finally found by dog walkers on Saturday morning curled up in a tree trunk near the Royal Ballet School.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Members of a private sports club in Fulham have allegedly requested Princess Charlotte be banned from using it

The two year old Royal, who is apparently brilliant at tennis, has been given use of the courts at the Hurlingham Club.

That’s despite neither of her parents being members.

A source told The Sun, that patrons don’t see why exceptions to the "rigid rules" should be made for the Princess.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A 20mph speed limit could be introduced across Richmond

The plans have been announced following a number of resident petitions asking for the limit to be introduced.

If a petition meets the required criteria, the Council then evaluates the impact of a suggested restriction.

This involves looking at data including traffic volumes, speeds and accident rates and is then followed by a formal public consultation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Epsom Charity awarded £10,000 grant

A mental health charity based in Epsom has been awarded a £10,000 grant by the Big Lottery Fund.

Love Me Love My Mind, aims to promote a better understanding of mental health in the community.

The grant has been awarded to support its regular Monday drop-in sessions for people who say they feel isolated through mental health.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:41 pm  

Larger share of Kingston's business rates to be kept in the town

Kingston is set to keep a larger share of business rates and have greater power on how it is spent from April next year.

That's according to the council which currently collects around £85 million.

It says a new pilot will mean it will retain an additional £1.7 million every year.

The London wide pilot will enable authorities to have control over the money collected and use it to invest in public services in their borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:38 pm  

Quins beat Sarries

Harlequins beat Saracens 20-19 at The Stoop yesterday afternoon with a second half comeback against their London rivals.

The hosts dominated possession and territory for large periods of the game but Sarries defended solidly keeping Quins at bay.

Danny Care was on form yet again instigating 2 tries in the final 10 minutes to hand Quins a deserved victory.

Saracens, who have lost their last 3 Premiership games remain in 3rd while Harlequins move up to 7th in the table.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Film director from Richmond hits the big time with his gangster thriller "Kaufman's Game"

26 year old Helier Bissell - Thomas’s film “Kaufman’s Game” centres on a boxer who falls in with the criminal underworld.

It was made for a tiny budget of under £70,000.

It was filmed in and around Richmond, and has already enjoyed a sell - out run at the town’s Odeon.

Helier dropped into Jackie to explain how the film came about; he was joined by one of the lead characters, Rupert Shelbourne.



A special screening will take place at Richmond Odeon on December the 12th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

Protesters evicted from oil drilling site in Surrey

At least a dozen protesters have been evicted from an oil drilling test site in Surrey.

No arrests were made.

The company that owns the land at Horse Hill believes it could produce 500 barrels a day.

The first test well at the site was drilled two years ago.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:05 am  

Harlequins beat Saracens in thriller at the Stoop

Tim Wisser scored in the last minute to give Harlequins victory over Saracens in the rugby union Premiership.

The home side were behind for the majority of the game, but won 20-19 thanks to the Scotland wing's last-gasp try at the Twickenham Stoop.

He claimed a cross-field kick from England scrum-half Danny Care to take Quins up to seventh, and leave Sarries in third.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 am  

Sunday, 3 December 2017

Officers very concerned for 16-year girl missing from New Malden



Police are growing concerned for a vulnerable 16-year old girl who is missing from New Malden.

Catherine Mitchell was last seen at 8 this morning at her home. She’s a light-skinned black girl, around 5ft 4 of slim build with dark hair, usually worn up.

It’s believed she’s wearing beige coloured clothing including a top, leggings, hat and scarf and carrying two bags, a black shoulder bag and a patterned pink one.

Catherine likes to visit parks and open spaces. Officers are extremely concerned, so anyone who sees her should call 101 or 999.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:50 pm  

A mum has written a book to raise funds for Shooting Star Chase hospice in Hampton - where her daughter lived

A mum, who lost her daughter earlier this year, has written a book to raise money for the hospice that cared for her

Stephanie Nimmo hopes her first novel “Was this the plan?” will raise vital funds for charity Shooting Star Chase.

Her daughter Daisy, who had Costello Syndrome, was looked after at the Hampton hospice for 12 years.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:31 pm  

Nurse at Sutton cancer hospital tells us about her Christmas Day

A number of children will spend their Christmas at the Royal Marsden cancer hospital in Sutton this year.

The centre looks after youngsters aged 1 to 16.

Nurse Nadia Freri is just one member of staff giving up their Christmas Day to make the children’s one more memorable.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:22 pm  

AFC Wimbledon find out who they face in round three of FA Cup

The FA Cup third round draw will take place tomorrow evening, and AFC Wimbledon will find out who they will face in the next round.

They won an all-League One affair by beating Charlton 3-1 at Kingsmeadow.

Charlton equalised after an early opener from Cody McDonald, but the home side won, with Lyle Taylor scoring two more.

Brentford, Chelsea, Fulham and QPR will also find out who they face in the next round in the draw at around 7.10pm tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:19 pm  

Richmond is safest London borough for bus crime

Richmond has been named the safest borough in London for bus crime in a recent study, followed by Kingston and Sutton.

Croydon was ranked as the 10th worst borough for bus offences this year.

Overall stats show that crime on buses has dropped by nearly 7%, but the number of sexual offences reported had rocketed across the capital.

TfL have said they continue to work closely with the police to ensure that offenders are dealt with efficiently and officers are always on hand.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:22 pm  

Proceeds from X factor winner's single to go to children's hospice in Hampton

The Shooting Star Chase hospice in Hampton will share some of the proceeds from the X factor winner’s single.

Rak-Su are the first boyband to win the show and some of the money from the track will also go to the Christopher children’s hospice in Guildford.

The director of fundraising at the charity has said they are thrilled to be named as joint beneficiaries of the charity single.

Simon Cowell has also pledged £250,000 in a bid to raise £1million for both hospices.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:37 pm  

AFC Wimbledon player dedicates goals to Aunt who passed

An AFC Wimbledon player has dedicated his FA double to the memory of a family member who passed away yesterday.

Lyle Taylor’s two goals helped them into the third round and he's said how important the cup is for the fans.

He also praised Cody McDonald, who opened the scoring for Wimbledon early in the first-half.

Taylor hopes the club will get some big games soon, they'll find out on Monday, but he would ultimately like to play Manchester United away in the next round.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Why are driving examiners across Surrey going on a 48-hour strike from tomorrow?

Driving Examiners across Surrey are going on strike for 48-hours from tomorrow and thousands of tests have been cancelled.

It’s over the new tests for drivers that start tomorrow, making them work ‘longer, harder and for no extra pay.’

A last minute appeal to Transport Secretary and Epsom and Ewell MP Chris Grayling failed to resolve the dispute.

Mr Grayling said in a letter to the union that most of the issues in the dispute had been resolved and negotiations could continue if industrial action was called off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:04 pm  

Strictly round up

Former Tolworth Girls' student Debbie McGee danced a near-perfect American Smooth in Saturday’s Strictly quarter-finals.

She scored 39 out of a possible 40 from the judges for her routine, with Craig Revel-Horwood simply growling at her.

This was because she danced to the song Memory from the stage musical, Cats.

She was joint top of the leaderboard with X Factor winner Alexandra Burke.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:34 pm  

Appeal to MP for Epsom and Ewell failed to solve dispute - strike will go ahead

Driving Examiners across Surrey are going on strike for 48-hours from tomorrow and thousands of tests have been cancelled.

It’s over the new tests for drivers that start tomorrow, making them work ‘longer, harder and for no extra pay.’

A last minute appeal to Transport Secretary and Epsom and Ewell MP Chris Grayling failed to resolve the dispute.

Mr Grayling said in a letter to the union that most of the issues in the dispute had been resolved and negotiations could continue if industrial action was called off.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

New Housing development in Streatham Hill could solve shortage

Lambeth Council is hoping to ease the borough’s housing crisis, with a new development in Streatham Hill.

There are over 23,000 people on the council house waiting list, with around 2,000 in temporary accommodation.

The four, 2-bed homes, will be finished in the spring rented out at council level prices.

A further 1,000 homes will be completed over the course of the next year in the borough and £490 million spent on existing council homes
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:41 am  

Twenty-one firefighters attended fire at block of flats in Sutton this morning

Residents in Sutton were woken in the early hours of this morning after the smoke alarm alerted them to a fire.

It was in a flat on the third floor of Festival Court on Cleeve Way, it’s thought it might have been from when a laptop had been left plugged in overnight.

Firefighters rescued four people from a neighbouring flat and two people had already evacuated and were taken to hospital by the London Ambulance Service.

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters from Mitcham, Sutton and Wimbledon attended the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 am  

Day Centre in Sunbury gets £1300 grant from Tesco

An adult day centre in Sunbury has bagged over £1,000 from Tesco.

The Benwell Centre has been awarded £1,300 as part of the supermarket chain’s Bags of Help community grant scheme.

Money is raised from the sale of its carrier bags, and a percentage is handed over to different community groups.

The money will be used to buy items needed to get the centre’s garden up and running, including tools, plants and a greenhouse.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Advice for taxi-users in Spelthorne

People across Spelthorne are being reminded to take “sensible precautions” before getting into a taxi this festive season.

The council says it’s important to make sure both the driver and vehicle are licensed.

It says that an unlicensed vehicle means that the driver is not insured if you have an accident, and there’s also the fear of assault.

All taxis and minicabs must be licensed, which means drivers have passed tests and criminal background checks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

Aluko out of hospital after head injury during Chelsea Ladies v Yeovil

Chelsea Ladies’ striker, Eni Aluko has been discharged from hospital after suffering a head injury during their 8-0 win over Yeovil tonight.

She clattered into the advertising hoardings at Kingsmeadow in the first half and had to be stretchered off.

Chelsea ladies said via their twitter account that she was taken to hospital as a precautionary measure but has now been released.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

Debbie McGee tops the leaderboard again on Strictly

Kingston-born Debbie McGee danced a near-perfect American Smooth in Saturday’s Strictly quarter-finals.

She scored 39 out of a possible 40 from the judges for her routine, with Craig Revel-Horwood simply growling at her.

This was because she danced to the song Memory from the stage musical, Cats.

She was joint top of the leaderboard with X Factor winner Alexandra Burke.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:02 am  

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