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Saturday, 27 January 2018

Quins run in 5 tries against Scarlets at the Twickenham Stoop


Heading into this weekend the hosts Harlequins had won two out of two games in the Anglo-Welsh Cup; their opponents for today’s match, Scarlets, had lost both of their openers however had qualified for the knock-out stages of the European Rugby Champions Cup. This was set to be quite a competition.


Quins were pleased to welcome back Aaron Morris, Joe Marchant and Sam Twomey from injury, and more Academy Players were set to earn their colours.

Despite the very fine rain drenching the coat and the cold penetrating through to the bone, there was a buoyant atmosphere at the Twickenham Stoop as the clock struck 3pm.

The visiting Scarlets kicked proceedings underway. The PRO14 side was handed back possession but were kept locked in their own half as the Harlequins defence was quick to react.

Scarlets were forced to kick. This opened a passage of territory play before the host fallback Morris, fresh from his return following injury, chose to run with ball in hand.

The first infringement of the game went against Quins who were penalised for going off their feet, handing a kickable penalty to Scarlets. Their flyhalf Jacob Botica pulled the ball wide of the posts in the 5th minute.

Harlequins found themselves under pressure in their own 22 following a strong chase by Scarlets. The hosts, however, were awarded a free kick and placed the ball neatly into touch on the halfway line.

Quins retained possession and sent the ball long for Wallace to gather out on the wing but it was knocked-on. Scarlets fed the scrum and came away with the ball. The rain continued to play havoc with possession changing hands, more dropped balls, and reset scrums.

A scramble for the ball allowed Quins to steal possession however their attempt to kick the ball over the opposition saw it intercepted by the PRO14 side who called ‘the mark’, allowing them to clear.

The line-out, just inside the Scarlets’ half, handed possession to Harlequins. Superb offloading allowed the hosts to race up to the 22. Scrum-half Dave Lewis attempted another chip over but in a repeat of play just minutes before, the visitors were prepared, caught the ball and called another mark.

On this occasion, however, the visitors failed to find touch and Harlequins ran the ball back up the field. Wing Gabriel Ibitoye chased his own kick along the touch line but his footballing skills were not quite up to the task and the ball rolled the wrong side of the whitewash.

Following a fight back from Scarlets, a penalty was awarded to Quins who kicked long for an attacking line-out in the far corner. Second row Charlie Matthews secured the ball.

The forwards added their muscle, making strides through the defence, then they released the centres and backs. Scarlets, however, were up to the task and turned-over possession finding safety in touch.

Charlie Matthews was again the target for the ensuing Quins’ line-out and a maul formed, progressing up the field. Advantage was being played then a penalty awarded to the hosts; the visitors having illegally obstructed play.

Quins kicked for the corner, secured line-out ball, formed another maul and another penalty was issued. The hosts opted to repeat the play. This time they powered over the try line but the referee, Elgan Williams, judged the ball to have been held up.

A 5-metre scrum was awarded to the hosts. This time instead of going for muscle they released the centres. Inside centre Henry Cheeseman crossed the whitewash. Fly-half James Lang added the conversion: Harlequins 7 – 0 Scarlets after 22 minutes.

The restart was scrappily gathered by Scarlets and they ran the ball out to the far wing. It was sent back to the centre and then kicked high in an attempt to break through the defence. Quins, however, gathered the ball and Dave Lewis box-kicked from the ensuing ruck. Scarlets returned the ball and the hosts then sent it into touch in the opposition 22.

With the rain continuing to fall, another scrappy line-out ensued. Harlequins stole possession and attacked the try line; Scarlets desperately keeping them out.

A penalty was awarded to the hosts and once again they kicked for the corner and formed a maul. Scrumhalf Lewis retrieved the ball from the maul and crossed for a try. Conversion added. The hosts doubled their advantage: Harlequins 14 – 0 Scarlets after 28 minutes.

The restart was gathered by second row Stan South but then knocked-on. Advantage was being played by the visitors who passed the ball well but were penalised after hitting the deck for holding on.

Scarlets stole possession but play was halted after Quins’ tight-head prop Phil Swainston received treatment to his right shoulder. He stayed on the pitch and play resumed with a scrum to the visitors. They were again penalised for holding on and Harlequins fly-half Lang kicked for a line-out.

The ball slipped through the arms of the Quins’ players and Scarlets gathered, only to knock-on, handing a scrum to the hosts. This was then upgraded to a penalty for a collapsed scrum.

Quins kicked for a line-out in the 22. Matthews secured possession and the ball was passed to Ibitoye. Ducking and diving, he weaved his way through the defence. Scarlets, however, came away with possession after the ball was spilled.

They sent the ball out to the wing having spotted a gap in the defence and then kicked through for a chase. Quins’ outside centre Joe Marchant gathered the ball. The hosts ran it back up the field but knocked-on in an attempted catch.

Scarlets had the put-in at the scrum. They retrieved, passed quickly and kicked for another chase. On this occasion they sent the ball long and it went into touch on the full.

An exchange of distance kicking then ensued with both fallbacks put to the test. Scarlets then sent the ball high with Quins gathering. A lack of communication between Wallace and Ibitoye saw the ball thrown into touch signalling the half-time break.

Half Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 14 – 0 Scarlets

Harlequins kicked off the second half although a miscommunication between fly-half Lang and the rest of his side meant their run-up had to be halted as the no. 10 failed to kick off in time to maximise their fast start.

The hosts pushed hard and made it within touching distance of the try line. Free kick was awarded and they went for a line-out. The referee blew again moments later after playing yet another advantage and the hosts repeated the play.

On they pushed; Scarlets defending as best they could. It was not good enough, though, as blind-side flanker Archie White added his name to the score sheet. Conversion added: Harlequins 21 – 0 Scarlets with 33 minutes of play remaining.

The restart was kicked long but gathered well by Quins’ Ibitoye who was really making the most of his time on the field. Scrumhalf Lewis took too long clearing the ruck inviting Scarlets to steal possession.

A good attempt was made by Quins to turnover the ball however they were instead penalised for going off their feet.

Scarlets were the first team to make changes, replacing their fullback and tight-head prop.

At this move, Quins also changed their no.3 with 29 minutes remaining.

Play continued with a scrum to Scarlets in the Quins’ 22. The PRO14 side were then awarded a penalty and after a discussion kicked for the corner; the line-out just metres from the try line.

The visitors secured possession and passed the ball, allowing forwards and centres alike to grab and drive.

The fans in the stands started a chorus of ‘Come On You Quins’ It worked as Quins were awarded a defensive scrum. Scarlets, however, stole ball and again made themselves known as they pushed for their opening try.

The hosts’ defence were standing their ground and pushing the visitors back outside the 22.

Matthews put in a superb tackle, pushing Scarlets back over the half-way line then Stan South charged down an attempted kick.

Fly-half Lang chased the ball but was deemed to have knocked on whilst attempting to place the downward pressure on the ball during a foot race with the opposition.

A defensive scrum was awarded to the visitors 5 metres from their try line. Although the visitors kicked the ball safe, it was sliced into touch allowing Quins an attacking platform. The hosts needed no invitation and ran the ball back to within metres of the whitewash. No.10 Lang broke away and crossing near the posts. He then converted his own try despite needing treatment from the physiotherapists: Harlequins 28 – 0 Scarlets with 21 minutes left.

The restart was again sent long by the visitors as more replacements were made but Quins looked in control with Marchant finding touch deep inside the Scarlets’ half. The hosts continued the pressure without the ball, forcing the visitors further back into their own half.

A dangerous clear out handed the hosts possession and a long kick into touch.

Quins retained possession; progression slow and steady. The ball was sent to the wing where a fast-paced attack was halted by a forward pass.

Scarlets attempted to run the ball from their 22. The fans in the stands again became very vocal and more replacements for Quins with Aaron Morris receiving applause.

The visitors had a second attempt from the scrum and Scarlets kicked, allowing their own no. 23 Morgan Griffiths to gather and continue the advance. His opposite number, Quins’ Cadan Murley (an Academy Player making his first senior appearance) executed the tackle, bringing the opponents’ advance to a halt.

The ball went into touch on the far wing and Matthews again used his full height to gather the ball. It was sent long to the opposite wing but a sloppy catch sent the ball into the waiting arms of the Scarlets. The visitors struggled to get into the hosts’ 22 until Jack Maynard chipped the ball through.

Play was halted as the boot of Scarlets’ no. 4 Josh Helps came off. The visitors, earning a free kick, sent the ball to the corner for a line-out.

Quins stole possession and sent the ball into touch. Academy Player Max Coyle came on for his first senior appearance in place of Joe Marchant as Cameron Holenstein replaced Mark Lambert.

Play resumed with a scrum to the visitors inside the Quins’ half. The hosts received a warning as another penalty was awarded to the Scarlets, who kicked for a line=out close to the try line.

The PRO14 side pushed on and got over the line with 8 minutes left (Bryce Morgan); conversion added: Harlequins 28 – 7 Scarlets.

An unforgivable error by Quins on the restart handed a scrum to the opposition on the halfway line.

Scarlets raced into the hosts’ half but were soon pushed back. Quins stole possession and wing Ross Chisholm ran half the field to cross for a try; conversion added. Harlequins 35 – 7 Scarlets. A good response from the hosts who reasserted their dominance with just 3 minutes remaining.

The visitors got the game underway again and Quins attempted a run along the wing, kicking ahead but with too much pressure rolling the ball into touch at the halfway line.

Scarlets again danced their way into the hosts’ territory but were quickly forced back – Quins strong in both attack and fast in defence. The visitors attempted dummy passes; fast passes and drives but they kept being pushed back. Their replacement scrumhalf Alex Schwarz was forced to box-kick from a ruck. This merely handed possession to the hosts who ran it just metres from the tryline before being tackled into touch ending the game.

Full Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 35 – 7 Scarlets

This result saw Harlequins top their group table with three wins from three. With Worcester Warriors forcing a decisive victory over Exeter Chiefs at Sixways, Harlequins are in a strong position going into the final group match next week, requiring a single point from their away game against Northampton Saints on Friday to make it into the semi-finals.

Attendance: 9,305

Match Report: Natalie Osborne; Photos Chris Spring
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:43 pm  

AFC Wimbledon were the surprise package this afternoon playoff chasing Bradford 4-0.

The win moves them up to 16th in League One, now 4 points above the drop zone and rivals MK Dons.

Elsewhere in the Championship, Fulham scored twice in injury time to beat Barnsley and keep their promotion hopes alive.

Brentford’s 13 match unbeaten run ended as they lost 1-0 to Norwich, whilst 10-man Bristol City beat QPR 2-0 at home.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

Leader of Kingston Council being urged to resign

The Conservative leader of Kingston council is facing calls from the public to quit tonight.

It's after Kevin Davis's son's links to controversial property developer CNM estates came to light.

Residents say his son's job at CNM, which is developing the likes of Tolworth Tower and the Gala Bingo Hall in Kingston, are a conflict of interest.

At a public meeting on Thursday, Mr Davis allegedly refused to answer qustions from members of the public.

Mr Davis has since said on Twitter that he "did not refuse to answer" and that he "wasn't given the opportunity, as the chair of the meeting ruled it was nothing to do with the matter under discussion."

Over 100 people have now signed a petition calling on him to resign on Change.Org

We've contacted the council for comment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:28 pm  

Four paramedics have been attacked whilst attending to a collapsed patient in Croydon earlier today

According to ambulance officials, the crew arrived to treat the 25 year-old man who became aggressive towards them.

An incident response officer attended the scene following the assault.

The paramedics were taken to Croydon University Hospital where they were treated for minor injuries.

The patient was later arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:35 pm  

Kingston Hospital argues charging blue badge holders for parking could raise £250,000 every year

The controversial decision came into effect on Monday.

However, councillors met with hospital bosses last night and they have agreed to review the situation in three months.

Blue Badge parking permits allow disabled drivers and passengers to park nearer to where they're going.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:45 pm  

Homeowners in a building with unsafe cladding, similar to Grenfell Tower’s, are asking the government to help pay for its replacement

Private leaseholders at Citiscape in Croydon, are facing a £2-million bill.

The government's already agreed to help authorities pay for urgent safety upgrades to all council-owned buildings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

A special screening of a film about female genital mutilation will take place in Kingston next month

It follows Jaha Dukureh, the founder of charity Safe Hands for Girls, as she launches a campaign to end the practice in Gambia.

Jaha’s Promise will be shown at the Kingston Academy on February the 6th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:45 pm  

Jimmy Tarbuck says women attending hen parties are also known for "bad behaviour", and that "it has to be both ways"

The comedian, who lives in Kingston, has been responding to the furore surrounding the Presidents Club dinner.

Female hosts were reportedly groped and propositioned by some of the 360 all-male guests.

Sky News spoke to the 77-year-old at his home; he didn’t come to the door, but spoke over intercom to confirm that he attended the dinner.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:45 pm  

A special screening of a film about female genital mutilation will take place in Kingston next month

It follows Jaha Dukureh, the founder of charity Safe Hands for Girls, as she launches a campaign to end the practice in Gambia.

Jaha’s Promise will be shown at the Kingston Academy on February the 6th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:53 pm  

Wandsworth schools get an excellent report

Wandsworth’s schools are proving to be among some of the best in London.

The news follows the release of Government figures looking at school performance across the UK.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:31 am  

70 years since canny canines showed dogged pursuit for Surrey police

This year marks 70 years since police dogs were introduced to the Surrey force.

Two of the many first pups to join the dog section in 1948 were German Shepherds Niko and Nora.

Today police dogs are trained for use in drug and explosive searches as well as crime scene investigation and disaster recovery.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 am  

4 pump fire in Thornton Heath - pensioner treated at scene

A sixty year old man had to be treated at the scene of a fire in Thornton Heath early this morning.

Four fire engines attended the blaze in Mersham Road.

Most of a first floor flat was destroyed.

A teenager was also treated by London Ambulance for breathing in smoke.

Five people left the building before the brigade arrived.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 am  

More GP appointments across North Surrey

GP extended access clinics are to be offered across North Surrey until March following a pilot over Christmas and the new year.

The scheme allows patients to pre-book appointments at a number of surgeries across the area, not necessarily their own practice.

The doctor they see has full access to their GP records.

It’s thought the move will open up around 1,000 extra GP appointments.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:18 am  

Fatal collision in Hayes last night

Police are appealing for information and witnesses after 3 young men died in a road collision in Hayes last night.

It happened near a bus stop on the M 4 junction 4 near the Esso patrol station.

The London Ambulance Service were at the scene but despite their efforts the 3 teenagers died there near Shepiston Lane in Hayes.

The boys, aged 16 and 17 - are thought to have been on their way to a birthday party when they were struck by a Black Audi which mounted the pavement.

A 28-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving but Police think at least one other man was in the car.

Three other people were at the scene.

Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to call the Serious Collision Investigation Unit directly on 0208 991 9555 quoting ref 7843 of 26 January, or call 101 or tweet @MetCC.







posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:56 am  

Egham researchers make artificial chromosone

Scientists at Royal Holloway University in Egham have helped to develop a novel artificial human chromosome which could reverse the genetic defect in patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

DMD is an inherited disease which causes debilitating and life threatening muscle wasting.

Sufferers are usually in wheelchairs by their early teens and need respiratory help by the age of 20.

The researchers used an entirely man made chromosome to strengthen muscle fibres.

Professor Dickson said producing an artificial healthy copy of the gene affected by the disease is a tremendous feat of genetic engineering and is the first step towards a therapy.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 am  

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has played down reports claiming he's fallen out with the club's board over transfers.

The Italian was thought to be unhappy with their recruitment last summer - and Ross Barkley is the only new arrival in the current window so far.

But Conte insists he's content with his squad.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 am  

Friday, 26 January 2018

Clear up after Hammersmith and King Street still shut

Pic courtesy of Itv.com news.

Residents are clearing up after Thames Water was called to areas of West London after a mains burst and flooded King’s Street in Hammersmith.

It trapped people in their cars and in restaurants last night and flooded 200 meters of the street.

Firefighters used boats to rescue 7 people who were stranded.

People living in the area near Dalling Street were also left without water or had low pressure.

Many local postcodes were affected, including W2, W4, W5, W6, W7 and W9 and King Street remains closed
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 pm  

A burst water main has caused flooding in Hammersmith.

Officers were called to King Street at quarter past eight, and it was closed from Goldhawk road to Broadway, and police asked people to avoid the area. 7 people were rescued in boats by London Fire Brigade.
And some people living in the area were left without water or had low water pressure.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:47 pm  

Bikers are being reminded that Wisley Airfield is private property

The warning from police comes following complaints about loud motorbikes and allegedly abusive riders.

Officers say they park their vehicles in Elm Lane and the surrounding areas and then access the airfield via bridleways and footpaths.

Anyone caught illegally using the land can be issued with a penalty notice or have their bike seized.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 pm  

Croydon Council and King’s College Hospital have apologised after threatening the mother of a sick child with legal action and have dropped the case

Hospital staff said Karina Driscoll and her husband Nigel were refusing to co-operate with the hospital’s care plan.

Their 11 year old daughter has Rett’s syndrome, a rare genetic disorder affecting brain development, resulting in severe disability.

The hospital wanted to wean her off painkillers, which the parents disagreed with.

The council have not commented on why the case was made in the first place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 pm  

A collision between a cyclist and a pedestrian in Tooting caused a road to be closed for around half an hour

It happened at ten to five this evening, and both of them have been taken to a South London Hospital with non-serious injuries.

The road has now partially reopened.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 pm  

A teacher from Chertsey has been sentenced to three years in prison for taking thousands of indecent images of children

48 year old David Allison of Shaw Close, was an assistant head teacher, but was arrested on 29th November after a search warrant on his home.

He pleaded guilty at Guildford Crown Court to making and taking the indecent images, and two counts of voyeurism.

He will receive a lifetime Sexual Harm Prevention Order and be placed on the Sex Offenders Register for life.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:38 pm  

Surrey Police is on the hunt for more special constables

The volunteer officers have the same powers as paid officers, but work a minimum of 16 hours a month.

Andy McIver has over 9 years’ experience in front line policing.

He’s inviting anyone who wants to learn the role, to get involved.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

An investigation has concluded a drone “must have collided with the tail” of an aeroplane as it flew over Heathrow

The incident was reported 1,700 feet above Kew last October as the A321 prepared to land at the airport.

A three or four-engine white drone passed just five feet over the first officer's window, according to a report by the UK Airprox Board.

However, there was "no tangible evidence of collision".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

Volunteers from Surrey Search and Rescue were called out four times in just one day on Wednesday

It began at 2:16pm when they were deployed to support the fire service at a serious fire in Hambledon, just south of Godalming.

Then just after quarter to ten that evening, the entire team were called out by Surrey Police to help look for a missing person.

Merely two hours later, their water rescue team were summoned to the Thames at Staines for another missing person.

They finished at 9am the next morning, when their help was requested to check the structural integrity of the fire the previous day.

They say “we never know what each day will bring”, but they have the crews and training to deploy at a moment’s notice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Plans to build an all-weather sports hub in Runnymede are to be considered by Surrey County Council



If the building goes ahead, it’ll be used by pupils from a nearby school and football club.

Chertsey Free School opened in September and wants use of the site in order to expand and increase intake numbers.

The proposal will be considered by the Cabinet at its meeting on Tuesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:16 pm  

A number of MPs including Lib Dem Leader and MP for Twickenham Vince Cable have signed the Holocaust Educational Trust Book of Commitment

The Book of Commitment signals a pledge to challenge anti-semitism, prejudice and bigotry, as well as remembering the victims.

Tomorrow marks the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Many thousands of events are planned worldwide in the lead up to it.

This year’s theme is “the power of words”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Kingston hospital’s controversial decision to charge Blue Badge holders for parking is to be reviewed in three months

The system was brought into place on Monday.

But, following a campaign from residents, councillors have met with hospital bosses to ask them to have a rethink.

As well as agreeing to a review, the hospital says it’s planning to double the amount of spaces within the grounds for blue badge holders.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

The Shadow Chancellor and MP for Hayes and Harlington will tell global elites meeting at Davos later that accountants should swear an oath not to aid tax dodgers

John McDonnell says a rigged system allows a privileged few at the World Economic Forum to "sit in splendour".

He'll say a refusal to change will allow increasing inequality and injustice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A grammar school in Kingston has been rated the best secondary in London.
Tiffin Girls’ beats the likes of Nonsuch High in Cheam and Townley Grammar in South East London.

The table has been compiled by the Evening Standard.

It’s based on the percentage of pupils passing five GCSEs with good grades, including English and maths.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 pm  

A burst watermain is causing chaos for drivers around Chiswick, Kew and the on the M4.

The North Circular was closed overnight where it meets the M4 at Chiswick Roundabout.

It’s likely to be closed until Sunday afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:05 pm  

A taxi driver has been robbed at knifepoint in Stanwell

The incident happened at around 6 o’clock this morning in Hithermoore Road.

The victim was taken to hospital.

Another taxi driver was also accosted in Stanwell Moor at the same time.

It’s not known if the two incidents are linked.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:06 pm  

Surrey Police won “best use of video” at the Recruitment Industry Awards last night

The video, advertising detective positions, features cinematic testimonials from detectives talking about their experiences with the force.

The RADS Awards have been running since 1991 and award innovation in recruitment and branding.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

GCSE results in Richmond have increased again

Children have scored 10% above the national average in English and Maths.

Figures published yesterday also show that the English Baccalaureate is now at 40%, nearly double the national average despite stricter standards this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:42 am  

Thames Water has hired former police detectives to patrol its network because people keep stealing water

The squad aims to stop a crime spike caused by thieves connecting to and stealing from Britain’s biggest water company.

The investigators are led by former Surrey police detective Stuart Orchard.

Last month Hydro Cleansing admitted 18 offences in Croydon and Reading and was told to pay fines and costs of almost £15,000.

Thames currently loses 26% of the water it produces.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 am  

New research shows having berries for breakfast could help your health

That’s according to a doctor from Kingston who has carried out a study of 40 adults showing a boost in cognitive function.

Emma Derbyshire is the doctor concerned.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 am  

The people of Wandsworth are being strongly urged to have their say on proposals to extend the Ultra Low Emission Zone

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is proposing implementing the scheme on the busy South Circular by 2021.

If it goes ahead, Wandsworth would effectively be cut in half, as the route runs through the borough.

For cars, small vans and motorcycles the daily charge would be £12.50.

For buses, coaches, larger lorries or smaller, but older vans, the cost would range from £100 to £300.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 am  

Chertsey Museum has been handed over £9,000 to help it fund a project about WWI

For Your Tomorrow – Runnymede Remembers will focus on how the conflict impacted on society.

It’ll include a live re-enactment in Victory Park in Addlestone in September as well as education sessions in schools across the area.

The money has come from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:09 am  

'Winter crisis' for Epsom and St Helier hospitals

More than 300 patients at Epsom and St Helier hospitals faced waits of half an hour or more in ambulances outside A&E so far this winter.

The analysis by the Liberal Democrats shows that in the final week of 2017 alone, 82 patients were left waiting in ambulances for over an hour.

Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake blames the government’s underfunding of the NHS for the problem and claims this is a winter crisis.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

Kensington and Chelsea council could change rules for short-term lets

Kensington and Chelsea council says it’s preparing for a new licensing system on short-term lets.

They’ve received 91 complaints in the last two years of homeowners renting out their property for more than the current maximum, 90 days a year.

Under new proposals, those wanting to let a house or flat for a short amount of time would need to apply for a licence.

Non-compliance with the licence conditions would result in a fixed penalty notice of up to £30,000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 am  

Why Heathrow is 'jumping the gun' on expansion plans

The latest consultation from Heathrow is ‘jumping the gun.’

That’s according to Richmond, Wandsworth and Windsor and Maidenhead councils.

Lucy Mayer has this report.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:31 am  

Thursday, 25 January 2018

A man has been charged today for a double murder in Clapham that dates back more than ten years

35 year old Gonzalo Andres Gomez Remolina was charged with two counts of murder in connection with the deaths of Carlos Ayala-Cormona and Ruben Furente on 5th June 2007.

They were both stabbed in a flat in Muller Road.

He appears in custody at Westminster Magistrates Court on Friday, 26 January.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 pm  

A number of fruit trees were planted in Isleworth last Saturday in Thornbury Park as part of a new initiative by Hounslow Council

54 volunteers planted 15 trees, including pear, apple, and plum.

The scheme aims to restore Isleworth’s orchard heritage, improve the biodiversity of green spaces and create a valuable local food resource.

The next session will take place this Saturday at Redlees Park.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 pm  

A 20 year old parking scheme in Twickenham has been reviewed

Residents living near the Embankment have told Richmond Council they’d like parking removed completely.

The review looked into the amount of bays available for residents and businesses, as well as on street parking.

A consultation will now be launched on the area’s controlled parking zone to gauge residents’ views.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 pm  

A woman from Hammersmith and Fulham has gone missing.

23 year old Nikolina Demiter was last seen at home at 10am on Tuesday.

She is described as dark skinned, with brown eyes and black hair.

Anyone with information can contact police on 101.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 pm  

Violent crime and sex offences are on the up across England and Wales

Knife crime and robbery also increased in the 12 months to September 2017 compared with the previous year.

The figures have come from the Office for National Statistics.

About 5.3 million crimes were recorded in all in that 12-month period, up 14%.

Kingston has traditionally been one of the safest boroughs in London.

But Lib Dem MP Ed Davey tells us, that appears to be changing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

What do the Royals and the Beckhams have in common?



Two very different families, but apparently, they are some of the best people to represent Britain abroad.

That’s according to research carried out by Heathrow, which has been collating the views of young travellers on a number of issues.

Harry and Meghan’s engagement announcement has been revealed as the defining moment of the last year for youngsters who took part in the survey.

The airport has joined forces with London’s Young Poet Laureate Caleb Femi to try and get more young people travelling the world.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

The Mayor of London is lodging an application for a judicial review into the planned release of John Worboys

Sadiq Khan says it is an "astonishing and deeply concerning" decision to allow the serial sex offender to be freed after serving fewer than 10 years in jail.

He says the chair of the Parole Board has welcomed the added scrutiny.

Last week the justice secretary decided against launching a review.

Worboys was jailed in 2009 for 12 attacks on women across South West London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:19 pm  

Travelers move back on to old Shell Garage site in New Malden



They have moved back on to the site in Coombe Road one year after they were moved off.

It's unclear if it's the same group of people.

The area has been derelict since the petrol station was sold off and demolished in 2015.

Frontier estates bought the land off Shell with the intention to develop it into houses and retail, but the company couldn't get its plans past residents.

A spokesman for the company said that the travelers had caused "£20,000 worth of damage" after they moved in in December 2016, and they'd clear it.

However, they were still there a month later.

It was revealed at the start of this year that the site had been put up for sale and bought by Langham Homes, which is now working to push a development through with the support of residents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 pm  

The Army has apologised to the family of a soldier who died at Deepcut barracks in Camberley

20 year old Private Benton was the first of four recruits to die there between 1995 and 2002.

Brigadier Chris Coles has told the inquest in Woking there were "quite a number of things that could and should have been better" at the time of his death.

Private Benton was found with five bullet wounds to his chest shortly after being told he was being discharged from the Army.

The inquest, which is taking place without a jury, continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A couple have been assaulted while travelling to Weybridge on a train

A man and a woman in their twenties were travelling from Waterloo at around midnight on the 5th of November.

Without any provocation a man they didn’t know attacked them.

British Transport Police are now appealing for witnesses, in particular a woman who told the victims she knew the attacker.

He is described as white, of slim build with brown hair. He thought to be between 25 and 40 years old.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Two burglars have been jailed following an arrest with the help from the public in Worcester Park



Residents assisted police in arresting the men who were caught in the middle of a burglary in October.

Officers attended reports of disruptive noise at an address.

In just 4 minutes, officers arrived and found Crabb and Wilson attempting to escape the property.

With the help of the public, the men were arrested on suspicion of burglary.

Crabb was arrested outside of the property, whilst Wilson was detained by the public before his arrest.

In January, the men appeared at Guildford Crown Court for sentencing having already pleaded guilty.

Crabb was jailed for 3 years and 4 months.

Wilson was jailed for 2 years and 10 months.

Property was recovered from Dean Crabb and Stuart Wilson and police are now appealing for the public’s help again in finding the rightful owners.

The items include a collection of postcards, coins and Royal Doulton figurines.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

A woman who went missing from her home in Shepperton has been found

76 year old Pamela Pearce has returned home safe and well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:11 pm  

A fire that broke out at the Laker’s Youth Centre in Woking has caused significant damage

The fire broke out earlier this month and has meant alternative facilities must be used until further notice.

Surrey police says the blaze has been devastating for young people and are appealing for witnesses.

If you have any information you can contact them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A woman’s been attacked with a bladed weapon in Chertsey

The victim was standing outside Honeycomb Chemist in Guildford Street when she was verbally abused before being assaulted.

The attack last Wednesday afternoon left her with cuts above her eye.

The suspect is black, in his teens, approximately 5ft tall with short black hair and was seen riding a silver BMX style bicycle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

A meat company that supplies restaurants including Jamie’s Italian in Kingston has been told to halt deliveries

Derby based Russell Hume is suspected of 'serious non-compliance' with food regulations according to the Food Standards Agency.

The company also supplies meat to schools and care homes.

The Jamie Oliver Group says it stopped serving the products on Monday and is using another source.

A spokesman for Russell Hume says the move is a “precautionary measure.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

An appeal for volunteers in Richmond has been launched to try and cut down air pollution

Residents are being asked to join a series of Idling Action Days.

The scheme aims to create awareness of the dangers of air pollution.

The volunteers work with the council and schools to educate idling drivers, especially those outside schools.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Kensington and Chelsea Council's been accused of "yawning failures"

It’s because almost 100 families who lost their homes in the Grenfell Tower fire still in hotels.

The leader of the authority says that since December only 12 households have found permanent homes.

56 are still in temporary accommodation.

Evacuated residents have been informed that the council has secured 300 properties.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

Former Wimbledon champ Boris Becker is making an unusual request

He’s appealing for help to try and find his tennis trophies.

The bankrupt 50 year old, who has a house overlooking Wimbledon Common, says he needs to sell them off in order to pay debts.

It’s thought he earned £100million throughout his career, but he was declared bankrupt last year over a £3.3million debt.

The All England Tennis Club is one of the institutions that has already said it doesn’t hold any of his memorabilia.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

A new environmentally friendly bus route is being introduced in Richmond

New hybrid vehicles are going to be used on the 267 route which

Runs between Hammersmith and Fulwell via Twickenham.

The new buses emit less than half of the carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide emitted by other diesel buses.

The council hopes TfL will amend more routes to help cut pollution.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Dockless hire bikes are coming to Hounslow

Hounslow council has announced the launch of a 12-month trial of Mobike dockless hire bikes in the borough.

Following a successful trial in Ealing, the hire bikes will be distributed in February.

The bikes are an updated version of the Santander cycles already around London.

They feature a ‘smart lock’ which means the expensive ‘docking station’ the Santander bikes require isn’t necessary.

The ‘smart lock’ also allows the bike to be tracked via GPS, and the back wheel gets locked automatically when not in use.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Hounslow council has launched a revamp for children’s play areas

Work began this week with the aim to create active healthy spaces for children and their families in the borough.

In total, seven playgrounds will be refurbished as part of the project.

Hounslow councillor, Samia Chaudhary said ‘we hope the new spaces will help children to be more active’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Merton police are appealing for help to find two alleged offenders



Danny Morning (left) is wanted on suspicion of shoplifting.

Gordon Donovan (right) is wanted on suspicion of shoplifting and breach of an anti-social behaviour order.

You can find their photos on our Jackie News Twitter feed.

Anyone with any information should contact 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Richmond Council is to replace disposable plastic bottles and cups at its offices

It’s requesting that staff only use re-usables, and is also asking other businesses in the borough to do the same.

The authority is promising residents it will become a leader in reducing plastic waste.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:36 am  

Wednesday, 24 January 2018

The Royal College of Art has released proposals to build an 11 story research tower on Parkgate Road in Battersea

But residents say they don’t want a structure that’s more than double the height of any other building on the road.

They’ve set up a ‘save Parkgate Road’ campaign and submitted a petition of over 500 signatures in response to the plans.

The Royal College of Art is yet to respond.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:39 pm  

If you're thinking of getting a tattoo...

Spelthorne Council has secured a conviction of a man who had been operating an unhygienic tattoo and body piercing studio.

Arwinderjeet Garcha ran it from the garage of his home in Stanwell.

Magistrates heard he’d been operating without the necessary registration for seven years and had tattooed and pierced many people.

The conditions of the room and equipment found were filthy, with no effective way of controlling infection risks and no health screening.

Garcha, who had pleaded guilty to the offence, was ordered to pay a £250 fine and £500 in prosecution costs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 pm  

Strong winds have badly damaged a section of roof tiles on a range of terraced houses in Tulse Hill

It happened on Upgrove Manor Way this lunchtime.

Firefighters set up a hazard zone and worked with local borough surveyors to make the scene safe.

There were no reports of any injuries.

Fire crews from Brixton and Croydon fire stations attended.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

Croydon MP Sarah Jones joined Theresa May in paying an emotional tribute to Tessa Jowell during today’s Prime Minister’s questions

The previous Government minister spoke for the first time this morning since her brain cancer diagnosis in May last year.

The Prime Minister and Jones gave an emotional tribute to their former colleague.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 pm  

Croydon council up for award

Croydon Council has been named as a finalist for a housing innovation award.

Community Connect was launched by the council a year ago to help prevent struggling families from becoming homeless.

Actions included the opening of The Food Stop, London’s first ever welfare and food club providing families subsidised groceries.

The council have been nominated for Innovation of the Year at the UK Housing Awards which will take place this summer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:52 pm  

Lambeth council consider anti-abortion protest ban

Lambeth council could be about to ban anti-abortion protesters from women’s health clinics.

If the authority makes the move, it will become the second council in London to do so behind Ealing.

It comes after staff and visitors have made claims of intimidation.

Ealing is also considering introducing a Public Space Protection Order, to create a buffer zone of 100 metres outside clinics.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

Woman fined for ivory sale



A woman who had more than 100 items made from elephant ivory stashed in her flat has been fined £1,000.

60 year old Janet Winstanley was caught out after a Kensington and Chelsea based Wildlife Crime Officer found the items being sold online via ebay.

Police then paid a visit to her flat, where the ornaments were found.

Winstanley had described them as 'bovine bone' online, but closer inspection revealed the pieces to include “schreger lines”, which are unique to elephant ivory.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:39 pm  

Sir David Attenborough received a standing ovation at the National Television Awards last night

The Blue Planet II presenter received the Impact Award.

In his speech he thanked his camera team, and urged everyone to ‘protect our beautiful world’.

Last year, the Richmond resident was thought to be the most watched individual on earth.

80 million viewers worldwide tuned in to see the first episode of Blue Planet II
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

Tonight's Surrey Senior Cup Second Round tie between Leatherhead and Kingstonian has been postponed

An inspection of the pitch found it to be too waterlogged.

The club says the tie will be rescheduled as soon as possible.

It means the Met Police must wait longer to find out who their Quarter-Final visitors will be.

Kingstonian are next in action on Saturday against Harlow town.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Merton’s wealthier residents are being asked to make a fuel poverty donation

The annual winter fuel appeal has been launched by charity The Wimbledon Guild.

It’s asking those who are in receipt of the state Winter Fuel Payment but who are not facing hardship to consider donating it instead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

Panel in precarious position closes Marks and Spencer car park at Tolworth



A roof panel in a "precarious position" has forced the closure of the car park at Marks and Spencer.

We're told the fire brigade will be there until further notice.



Work is currently being carried out by CNM estates to erect 5 towers alongside the existing 22 storey tower.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:02 pm  

A wealthy antiques dealer from Raynes Park has admitted strangling his seven-year-old daughter but denies murder

Robert Peters allegedly attacked Sophia at their home in Blenheim Road last November.

The Old Bailey rejected his claim of manslaughter by reason of diminished responsibility.

He's due to go on trial in April.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:36 am  

Milk&More milkman praised for coming to the aid of a woman in Southfields says it's "all in a day's work"

A milkman is being hailed a hero after he came across a burglary in Southfields.

Ian Beardwell was on his early morning round when he noticed the door to a property was open.

The house belonged to Sasha Rickerd and her 5 year old daughter, who had been sleeping upstairs.

Ian, who works out of the Wimbledon based Milk & More depot, takes up the story for us now.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:41 am  

The Mayor of Richmond is asking for help to raise £15,000 for three of her chosen charities

The charities are Me too and Co, Off the Record and The Caver Norma Alliance UK.

Amongst other things, they provide counselling and yoga sessions for children with special educational needs .

Councillor Lisa Blakemore has launched an online fundraising page for the projects that her chosen charities are looking to fund.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Richmond council is to trial a new food waste collection service

Starting next month residents in Cramner Court will be supplied food waste caddies to collect their disposed scraps.

The trial will run for 3 months.

As it stands UK families waste an average of £60 worth of food every month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

A knife fight in Croydon has become the latest incident in London’s knife crime spree



Police have released CCTV images of two men they wish to trace in relation to an altercation between a group of males.

Officers were called in the early hours of the 16th December to reports of a disturbance in Surrey Street.

Five men received treatment for injuries sustained during the incident. They have all since been discharged from hospital.

Those involved were all believed to be in their late teens to early 20s.

Anyone with any information should contact 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Over 17% of children in Spelthorne are living in poverty

That’s according to figures out today by The End Child Poverty Coalition.

The stats have been broken down borough by borough.

Thanet in Kent has the worst figures in the South East for the amount of children considered to be living in poverty, at almost 35%.

Wealthy Elmbridge also features in the research, with a relatively low figure of 13.4%
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 am  

A milkman is being hailed a hero after he disrupted a burglary in Southfields.

Ian Beardwell was on his early morning round when he noticed the door to a property was open.

The house belonged to Sasha Rickerd and her 5 year old daughter, who had been sleeping.

Ian, who works out of the Wimbledon based Milk & More depot, stayed with Ms Rickerd until police arrived.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:18 am  

Following Boris Johnson's talks on NHS funding, a mother from Tadworth is campaigning to get a life-saving precision medicine for cystic Fibrosis to be made available for use on the NHS

The drug ‘Orkambi’ has been already been approved for use in the UK and is already being used in other European countries and the USA.

At present, it’s only being used in rare cases or on compassionate grounds, even if the patient satisfies the criteria for its use.

Sharon Cranfield is fighting to get the drug for her 16 year old daughter Jessica.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:04 am  

Half of children in some parts of the UK are growing up in poverty

Over 17% of children in Spelthorne are living in poverty.

That’s according to figures out today by The End Child Poverty Coalition.

The stats have been broken down borough by borough.

Thanet in Kent has the worst figures in the South East for the amount of children considered to be living in poverty, at almost 35%.

Wealthy Elmbridge also features in the research, with a relatively low figure of 13.4%
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:01 am  

Antonio Conte tells us how important a win will be for Chelsea FC

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says he's desperate to reach the final of the League Cup tonight.

They face Arsenal in the second leg of their semi, having drawn nil-nil in the opener.

The winner will play Manchester City at Wembley.

Conte says it's a great opportunity to win another trophy.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 am  

A man from Woking has been fined more than £2,000 for assaulting two police officers

It happened in September when officers went to an address in West End following concerns for safety.

They found an inebriated Michael Ford behaving in a disruptive manner.

He then punched the two officers when they attempted to restrain him.

The 49 year old appeared at Staines Magistrates Court to try and get his conviction overturned but a judge refused his appeal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 am  

Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Richmond has declared itself open for street parties.

That’s the message from the council which is encouraging people to apply to close their street ahead of the royal wedding in May.

The authority covered the cost of over 100 street parties when Prince William married Catherine Middleton in 2011.

The deadline to apply to close your street for a party is April the 30th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 pm  

A councillor for Teddington has left the Liberal Democrats after 30 years to join the Labour Party

Stephen Knight, who served as Deputy Leader of Richmond council between 2006 and 2010, will not be running for re-election this May.

He calls Labour’s local “innovative ideas and policies” among the reasons for his joining.

He will be supporting his partner Jennifer Churchill when she runs for office in May, who also left the Lib Dems for Labour in 2015.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 pm  

A man who posed as an ambulance technician has been jailed

53 year old Kevin Davis has been sentenced to 29 months in jail after he pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud.

He was caught out after he failed to provide the correct documentation following the death of a 15-year-old at a rave.

Teenager Rio Andrew died after taking ecstasy at the illegal party in Croydon in June 2014.

Although a coroner ruled his death couldn’t have been prevented, he said that Davis’s qualifications needed to be looked at further.

Throughout the investigation into Rio’s death, he’d been asked to produce certificates that he was a qualified ambulance technician.

Certificates found during a search of his home were found to be fakes.

At the time of the illegal rave, Davis had signed off more than 1,000 hours of work-based assessments.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

The campaign group Keep Our St Helier Hospital will be holding a public meeting on the 30th January

They group were leafleting for the event outside Morden station this evening, and will be at Sutton station tomorrow from 5.30 until 7pm.

The hospital’s A&E and maternity services have been at risk since 2015, when an Issues paper was published which sought to address the clinical and financial challenges facing the NHS.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 pm  

A man with no fixed address but links to Croydon and Bromley is being searched for by police



Audeen Garwood is wanted for actual bodily harm and breach of a domestic violence protection order.

He is described as a black male with long black hair and two tear drop tattoos under his right eye.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 pm  

Stickers re-branding Labour the “Paedophile Protection Party” are cropping up across London



They purportedly come from the Lambeth division of the Party and carry its traditional branding.

They also bare the #ShirleyOaks which is thought to be in reference to the care home in Croydon at the centre of a child abuse scandal.

A Labour spokesman says the stickers are nothing to do with them, and whomever is displaying them is using Labour branding illegally.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The group which represents property managers says the Government should replace Grenfell type cladding

228 buildings failed fire safety tests after the disaster, which claimed the lives of 71 people last summer.

But residents at some privately owned blocks, including Cityscape in Croydon, have been asked to foot the bill themselves.

Dr Nigel Glen is calling for interest-free government loans to fund the work so building owners, and residents, don’t have to.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Cobham’s cherry trees are to be controversially replaced

The Avenue of Remembrance on the Tilt was originally lined with 44 trees planted in 1946 to commemorate the area’s WWII soldiers.

But they have been in steady decline and a consultation was launched last September by the council, to find out the best way forward.

96% of the 230 respondents indicated that they wanted the Council to renew the Avenue of Remembrance to protect it for the future.

Work to dig up and replace the old trees with new ones, which was the third option put forward, will start in the spring.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 pm  

More than 30 UK theatres at risk of being lost forever

That’s unless authorities start seeing them as opportunities, rather than liabilities, according to a new report by the Theatres' Trust.

The 2018 list includes two new entries: the Theatre Royal Margate and Streatham Hill Theatre.

The Streatham Hill site is the last theatre designed by William Sprague.

The trust says, “it’s possibly his largest and one of the best-equipped in London, outside of the West End.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

A fresh appeal has been launched after a man was stabbed to death in Wandsworth



24 year old Abdullah Hammia was killed as he sat in the passenger seat of a car that had stopped in Melody Road last April.

Police know there was an argument with another group of men before Abdullah was fatally stabbed in the heart.

Officers have released a new picture of the victim to try and jog people’s memories.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Rupert Murdoch’s bid to take over Sky has been refused

The Competition and Markets Authority says the move would leave the 86 year old's company with too much power over the UK's news and media.

It’s the Australian’s second attempt to purchase the Osterley based media corporation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

World number one Rafa Nadal's out of the Australian Open tennis after retiring in the fifth set of his quarter-final

His thigh injury booked Wimbledon runner-up Marin Cilic a meeting with Kyle Edmund.

The Briton shocked third seed Grigor Dimitrov to reach the last four.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:47 pm  

Kew Gardens is counting down the days until its Great Pagoda re-opens

Designed in the 18th-century for the royal family, the 10 storey tower was once the largest royal building.

In 1784, the magnificent dragons that adorned it were sold off allegedly to pay King George the 4th’s gambling debts.

Craig Hatto is one of the team charged with bringing them back to life today.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Police are investigating after a car overturned when it collided with a parked car in Cobham in the early hours of this morning

The black Peugeot 207 was in Plough Lane in Downside when it hit a parked black Fiat 500.

It then rolled down a hill and collided with a telegraph pole.

The male driver suffered serious head injuries and was taken hospital where he remains in a stable but unconscious condition.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:37 pm  

Police have removed almost 550 plants from a property in Walton that was being used as cannabis farm

Following a tip off officers visited a top floor flat last week.

Plants and growing equipment were discovered and have been removed.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Show your love for The British Heart Foundation this Valentine's Day

People across South West London and Surrey are being encouraged to take part in a new world record attempt for charity

The British Heart Foundation is attempting to break the world record for the longest chain of paper hearts.

It currently stands at 8, 525.

All you have to do is head to a BHF shop and write a note to a loved one on one of their World Record hearts while making a donation.

It can be anything from a thank you to a dedication.

After Valentine’s Day, the hearts will be strung together to make hopefully, the world record breaking chain.

The charity estimates 7 million people in the UK have heart and circulatory disease.

That includes over 900,000 in the South East of the country.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:02 pm  

A special support course for cancer sufferers is coming to Kingston hospital

Charity, Penny Brohn UK, is hosting the two day Living Well event on February the 23rd and March the 2nd.

The course will address the disease’s physical and psychological impact.

It will also aim to demonstrate healthy eating, exercise and relaxation techniques.

Family members are also invited.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:59 pm  

The head of the Met Police will attend a special fraud awareness event at Twickenham Stadium in March

Met commissioner Cressida Dick will be on hand to offer tips on crime prevention.

The Met will also have officers in attendance to offer advice on ATM security and cyber scams.

The event on March the 8th is free to attend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

Kingston Council is proposing a new budget that invests in services but freezes council tax for 2018 and 2019

The budget aims to support local residents and communities as they face ever increasing living costs.

This means the council would no longer receive any revenue funding from the Government for services it provides.

A final decision on council tax rates will be made at a meeting next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:45 am  

A running track in Barnes is to have a makeover

Secure fencing is to be put in place thanks to funding from Richmond Council’s Civic Pride Scheme.

Barn Elms Sports Trust received £2500 from the Council for the installation at the London Marathon Pavilion in Queen Elizabeth’s Walk.

The fencing will replace a 20 year old railing making it more user-friendly for the 21 schools in the area.

The Pride Scheme is available to groups who want to organise a project to improve their local community.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 am  

Hayes Toys 'R' Us store is one of the 26 closing down

Toys 'R' Us has confirmed its Hayes store will be one of 26 closing down this spring following recent financial difficulties.

A third of UK Toys 'R' Us stores will be shutting in the company’s bid to cut its overall property rental bill.
Closure of the Hayes outlet in Bulls Bridge Industrial Estate will still give parents a chance to take part in its closing down sale.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

Monday, 22 January 2018

Over 1,000 members of staff move into new American Embassy in Nine Elms

Over 1,000 members of staff have moved into the new American Embassy in Nine Elms.

The gradual swap from the current site at Grosvenor Square has taken place over the last fortnight.

The Embassy is at the heart of the Nine Elms regeneration project.

The £15billion transformation is expected to bring 20,000 new homes and 25,000 permanent jobs to Wandsworth and the surrounding area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:19 pm  

Teenager from Twickenham found not guilty of sexual assault

A teenager from Twickenham has been found not guilty of sexually assaulting a 15 year old girl on a train at Twickenham.

The charge related to an incident on board a train in November 2016.

The 19 year old was due to appear in court in June charged with one count of sexual assault.

However, that charge has been dropped following an appeal by the defendant.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:25 pm  

Twickenham’s Cricket Club gets handed £20,000 for refurbishment

Twickenham’s Cricket Club has been handed £20,000 to help with its refurbishment.

It’s all thanks to a grant by Richmond Council’s Village Planning Fund.

The ground’s Pavilion is used by a drop in group for people experiencing social isolation, as well as for sport.

The funding, which will go towards refurbishing and redecorating the external parts of the Pavilion, is due to start in the spring.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 pm  

LATEST: US Secretary of State visits the new American Embassy in Wandsworth

The US Secretary of State has visited the new American Embassy just a week after his boss President Trump snubbed it.

Rex Tillerson met with Theresa May and the foreign secretary before making the journey to Nine Elms earlier.

The embassy has moved from Grosvenor Square at a cost of $1 billion.

But President Trump said it was a bad deal by the previous Obama administration, claiming the building isn’t central enough.

The people of Wandsworth, the borough where it is based, say he “doesn’t know what he’s missing” by not visiting.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 pm  

Murder trial of young woman found in an empty house in Kingston continues

A woman who claims she was sexually abused has told the Old Bailey she didn’t go to police for fear of what people may think of her.

The woman, who can’t be named, claims 33 year old Mujahid Arshid abused her weekly when she was a teenager.

The builder is on trial accused of murdering his niece, Celine Dookhran, and hiding her body in an empty house in Kingston.

The 20 year old was found inside a freezer in the property in Coombe Lane West last July.

He denies all charges and the trial continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:27 pm  

Staff at the Co-Op at Tattenham Corner have been left shaken after a robbery yesterday morning

Two suspects entered the store just after 7 o’clock.

They were wearing dark clothing and had their faces covered.

They threatened staff before making off with a quantity of cash.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Heathrow brings in man who increased passenger numbers at Dubai airport



Heathrow Airport has announced that Chris Garton will be joining as Chief Operating Officer in the spring.

Until early last year, he was in the equivalent role at Dubai Airport.

While there, he played a key role in growing the annual number of passengers served from 30 million to over 86 million, over a nine-year period.

Heathrow is currently the Government's preferred option for expansion.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

People of Richmond to quiz their councillors

Residents in Hampton Wick and Teddington, East Sheen and Hampton and Hampton Hill are being reminded that the Village Planning Question Times will be coming to their areas from next week.

The three events will give residents the opportunity to quiz the Leader and Cabinet Members about their priorities for the areas in question.

Each of the events include an update on Village Planning in each area and provide an opportunity for residents to hear about future collaboration opportunities with the Council and other organisations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

US secretary of State Rex Tillerson has met Theresa May and the foreign secretary

They discussed security and the Iran nuclear deal, which the prime minister reiterated the UK's commitment to.

At a joint press conference Boris Johnson said the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital could provide a "moment of opportunity" in the Middle East peace process.

He also visited the new $1 billion U.S. embassy in Nine Elms, just days after his boss Donald Trump criticized the move to new diplomatic premises as part of a bad deal agreed by the administration of Barack Obama.

The people of Wandsworth, the borough where it lies, have said the President is "missing out."

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Crystal Palace have signed midfielder Erdal Rakip on loan from Portuguese club Benfica

The Sweden under-21 international's joined the Premier League side until the end of the season.

He becomes Palace's first signing of the transfer window.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Residents in Hounslow can now ask to close roads to traffic

It’s as part of the council’s ‘Play Streets’ initiative which aims to help children play outside safely.

The scheme was launched last year and runs all year round.

Roads can be closed once a month or even once a week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Police have resumed the search for a man who went missing in Epsom last July

70 year old Jim Middledton was last seen on his blue mobility scooter near the Downs.

The police, along with Surrey Search and Rescue, will be out on Ashtead Common later.

This search is expected to take three weeks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

People in Spelthorne are being urged to attend a meeting about the area’s greenbelt tonight.

The council will be holding a Q&A session at the council offices in Staines.

Residents will be able to meet the team involved with updating the council’s Local Plan, which includes future provisions for the greenbelt.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:14 pm  

Barnes Primary School could be about to expand

Richmond Council is consulting on proposals to increase the number of forms of reception entry to three each year.

The current capacity of the school is 420 and the proposed capacity will be 630, with extra provisions for children with special needs.

The school forecasts indicate there will be a consistent shortfall of at least 30 places per year in the area from 2019.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:13 pm  

The search to find missing Epsom man Jim Middleton has relaunched



The investigation into the disappearance of a man from Epsom has relaunched.

The police along with Surrey Search and Rescue will be out on Ashtead Common looking for Jim Middleton.

The 70 year old has been missing since July 2017 and was last seen heading towards the common on his blue mobility scooter.

The search is expected to take three weeks.

Police ask if anyone sees anything suspicious including the mobility scooted to contact them on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:24 am  

47 years ago today Heathrow airport welcomed the very first jumbo jet

The brand new Boeing 747, Pan Am Flight Two, touched down at just after 2pm, seven hours late due to technical problems.

The jumbo had brought 324 passengers across the Atlantic from New York to London.

But the return journey to New York did not run so smoothly, take off from Heathrow was delayed four and a half hours.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Parts of the M25 will be shut overnight

Inspection surveys will be carried out on the Surrey stretch of the M25 where it meets the M3 later.

The southbound stretch of the M3 link road to the clockwise stretch of the M25 will be shut overnight.

Drivers are being urged to plan ahead; diversions will be signposted.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Cycle superhighway put on hold over Chiswick High Street

Plans for the first cycle superhighway in west London have been put on hold following a dispute about the route.

More than 5,000 people responded positively to a TfL consultation on the CS9 superhighway to link Kensington Olympia and Brentford.

But Hounslow council say many people are now expressing reservations particularly in relation to Chiswick High Street.

No decision will be taken until the summer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Mole Valley Council says lessons will be learned after developers were able to tear down a well - known pub

Developers sent an email to the council last September asking for permission to demolish the Royal Oak.

The problem? The council had ceased using that email address some months before and the details were not forwarded on.

The account also contained three other demolition notices, all relating to schemes which had been granted planning permission.

The council says it was a member of the public who informed it that demolition was taking place in November.

As the council hadn’t received a notice of intention to demolish the building, the work was unauthorised, but not illegal.

Mole Valley says although the pub doesn’t have to be rebuilt, a planning application for its redevelopment does have to be submitted.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:24 am  

Grenfell school gets top Ofsted rating

A school which lost several pupils in the Grenfell Tower fire and had to move premises has been given the highest possible Ofsted rating.

The Kensington Aldridge Academy which was located at the bottom of the 24-story block was rated “outstanding” in every category.

After the fire in North Kensington in June pupils were divided between two nearby schools.

Four of the fire’s seventy one victims were students at the academy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:32 am  

Sunday, 21 January 2018

The Annual Pink Night returns to Teddington next month

The Annual Pink Night at the Proms is returning to Teddington next month.

It will be hosted by winner of new comedian of 2018 Cally Beaton and will take place at the Normansfield Theatre.

Featuring music from the London Gay Symphonic Winds it promises to celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender history month.

It promises to be lots of fun for the whole community with proceeds going to charity Open Doors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 pm  

New cycling scheme for Chelsea residents

A new cycling scheme has been launched in Chelsea to get residents on their bikes.

The aim of ‘Hire to Buyer’ is to encourage residents to take up affordable cycling.

But people who want to use the scheme will have to pay £20 for the privilege.

The council says the money will pay for a brand new bike, accessories and at least one session with a qualified cycling instructor.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:20 pm  

Hounslow police issue appeal for missing colleague

Police in South West London are appealing for help in finding one of their colleagues who’s gone missing.

62-year-old Quintin Lyyn works for North Yorkshire Police and was last seen in Isleworth and Chiswick.

Anyone with information should call Hounslow Police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A man has been stabbed in Merstham

Surrey Police are continuing to appeal for information following a stabbing in Merstham in the early hours of Saturday morning.

A number of people were involved in the altercation at the Railway Arms pub just before 1am, but no arrests have yet been made.

A man his 40s was taken to hospital with non-fatal injuries, after officers, a doctor and paramedics treated him at the scene.

Officers are urging anyone with information to contact them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:32 pm  

Good news for young care leavers in Chelsea

Young care leavers in Chelsea are to be exempt from council tax for three years.

The break will come into effect for youngsters aged between 18 and 25 from April the 1st next year.

The council says care leavers can be vulnerable to falling into debt for council tax as it’s the first time they’re living independently.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:10 pm  

QPR Ladies V Crystal Palace Ladies match postponed

In the FA cup Women’s Premiere League, QPR were due to take on Crystal Palace this afternoon at Honeycroft in Uxbridge.

Both teams are on top form with QPR ladies remaining unbeaten this year and Crystal Palace ladies winning their last five games.

The game was due to start at 2pm but has been postponed due to bad weather.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:12 pm  

Mortlake favourite for burglars

New figures show Mortlake as the most targeted area for burglaries in London, while Guildford topped the list nationally.

The poll is based on more than two million insurance claims made across the UK between January 2016 and December 2017.

East Finchley came in second in the capital, followed by Herne Hill and Palmers Green.

The data suggests burglars target affluent areas with an element of seclusion, or busy urban areas where strangers attract less attention.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:26 pm  

Pressure builds to combat waste in Merton

95% of people in Merton who took part in a waste survey say they’re against fortnightly bin collections.

Over the last few months, the campaign Mucky Merton has been gathering pace on Twitter.

Residents have been posting pictures of abandoned bin bags, fly tipped rubbish and overflowing wheelie bins.

Merton Conservatives, who undertook the survey, say the research also revealed 96% want the Labour run Council to re-think its waste plans.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:12 am  

£500,000 invested into Hounslow education project

£500,000 is to be invested by Hounslow Council over three years to fund a ‘schools led’ education project.

The Hounslow Education Partnership will launch next year, with the aim of being fully operational by next September.

The independent body will help the borough’s schools employ staff, bid for funding and agree projects.

Although helping the area’s schools, it will remain completely independent.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

Conte on yesterday's Chelsea game and looking ahead

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte believes his side proved a few of their critics wrong with their 4-0 Premier League win at Brighton.

Their lack of goals since the start of the year had been an issue before the game.

The champions also had a number of players missing through injury and suspension on the south coast.

Conte hopes they're building some momentum ahead of a trip to Arsenal in the second leg of their League Cup semi-final on Wednesday.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Funding continues for Hounslow homeless project

A church led night project helping homeless people in Hounslow will continue to be funded by the council.

The Shelter Project Hounslow was given the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service last year.

Up to 14 men are able to sleep in a different church each night of the week from December to March.

They have access to hot food, basic bedding, toiletries, and an evening meal and breakfast each day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:22 am  

Hundreds of delegates descend upon Croydon

More than 200 delegates have attended a congress to discuss culture in Croydon.

A wide range of partners, arts organisations and stakeholders came together to explore the role culture can play in Croydon’s future success.

The town is awaiting the outcome of its bid to be crowned London’s first Borough of Culture.

The winner of the bid will receive just over £1 million from the Mayor of London.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 am  

Crystal Palace manager reflects on Wilfried Zaha

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson doesn't believe Wilfried Zaha is deliberately trying to lose his balance and go to ground.

The winger was left frustrated on a number of occasions after challenges during yesterday's 4-1 defeat at Arsenal in the Premier League.

But Hodgson says he and his coaches need to do some additional work with the player.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 am  

Football round-up

Manchester City remain 12 points clear at the top of the Premier League this morning. The leaders were 3-1 winners at home to Newcastle, after nearest challengers Manchester United got a 1-0 victory at Burnley.

Chelsea are now third thanks to picking up a 4-0 success over Brighton.

Arsenal moved up to sixth after a 4-1 win over crystal Palace.

This afternoon, Tottenham could move into the top four with a win at relegation-battling Southampton.

Fulham are just a point outside the Championship’s play-off places (this morning) following a resounding 6-0 win over Burton at Craven Cottage.

Brentford also moved to within touching distance of the play-offs with a 1-0 win at Reading.

QPR lost 3-0 at home to Middlesbrough.

In League One Wimbledon climbed out of the relegation zone with a 2-0 win over Blackpool at Kingsmeadow.

Sutton beat Dagenham and Redbridge 2-1 at Gander Green Lane while Woking lost 3-0 at Solihull in the National League.

And in Isthmian League action, Kingstonian went down 1-0 to Brightlingsea at Fetcham Grove.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:18 am  

Cheam's Ross Fisher shines in Abu Dhabi

Cheam’s Ross Fisher starts the final round of golf's Abu Dhabi Championship as joint leader this morning.

He's alongside Belgium's Thomas Pieters on 17-under par.

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy is just a shot off the pace, with English duo Tommy Fleetwood and Matt Fitzpatrick one stroke further back.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:14 am  

West London cycle superhighway delayed

Plans for the first cycle superhighway in west London have been put on hold following a dispute about the route.

More than 5,000 people responded positively to a TfL consultation on the CS9 superhighway to link Kensington Olympia and Brentford.

But Hounslow council say many people are now expressing reservations particularly in relation to Chiswick High Street.

No decision will be taken until the summer.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:03 am  

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