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Saturday, 3 February 2018

It’s game, set and match for tennis fans in Wandsworth


The final stage of a £500,000 investment of the courts in King George’s Park has been completed.

Improvements include the installation of flood - lights.

This means players can now enjoy court sessions until 9pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 pm  

The Epsom Rotary Club has donated £1200 to a charity clinic in Malawi



The AMECA clinic was founded in December 2006 by Epsom resident Ruthie Markus, in memory of her only child, Lieutenant Alex Coutselos, who died the same year.

Lieutenant Coutselos was a doctor in the British Army, and the charity aims to help overcome the poor recruitment and retention of health professionals in Africa.

The money from the Rotary Club will be used to buy three bicycle ambulances, with a committee set up to monitor their usage and provide security.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 pm  

They’re fast becoming a kitchen staple, but fancy Nespresso coffee machine capsules can be a pain to recycle

To solve this crisis and help the environment, an aluminium collection scheme has been extended in Chelsea.

New figures show the number of recycling bags of Nespresso coffee capsules in the borough was more than a thousand - that’s a UK first.

The area has the highest proportion of Nespresso Club members in the country.

The council is the only one in the UK to allow residents to recycle the capsules alongside their normal household waste.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

Firefighters are thought to still be fighting a blaze in West Drayton this afternoon

It started in a car workshop in a West London industrial estate but is thought to be contained to just that building.
Several crews are at the scene from the local area including firemen from Richmond and Feltham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:29 pm  

Construction workers at the site of a triple basement excavation in Chelsea have received a warning

It’s after a number of residents contacted the council to complain that lorries are continually being parked in resident bays in Glebe Place.

They claim construction firm ‘Multiplex’ is flouting construction rules which prevent builders using residents’ private parking bays.

The council has served a temporary stop and breach of condition notice; if bosses fail to comply with it, they could be fined £2,500.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Lambeth Council is considering an application that would enable it to host a wide range of gigs and festivals on a total of 105 days this year.

These would range from small scale fun-runs to major events like concerts and music festivals attracting crowds of up to 30,000 people.

Last year Wandsworth, Lambeth and the organisers of the SW4 festival reached an out of court settlement limiting noise levels.

There was also an agreement to bring the music to a close at the earlier than planned time of 10pm on the bank holiday Monday.

The move came after a number of complaints from people living nearby about noise and rubbish pollution.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

The first step in a legal challenge of the Parole Board’s decision to release the serial rapist, John Worboys, will take place next Wednesday

The Mayor of London and two of Worboys’ victims are applying for a judicial review.

Judges will decide on Wednesday whether the case can go ahead for a full judicial review hearing.

Worboys was convicted of 19 offences which happened when he was a black cab driver in Chelsea and the West End, but is believed to have carried out more than 100 attacks.

He gave his victims drinks laced with sedatives before assaulting them.

The 60 year old was given a minimum term of 8 years in 2009. He is due to be released but a Judge has ordered that he remain in prison until at least after next week’s hearing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

England’s first conviction for coercive behaviour with no evidence from the victim was handed out at Staines Magistrates Court

The case was brought by Surrey police against 31 year old Steven Saunders who had manipulated and controlled his partner.

He removed her from supported accommodation and forced her to live on the streets.

He spent her benefits, held her bank card and forced her to shoplift..

It was the intervention by a midwife, and further evidence from medical professionals, social services and the police that led to his conviction.

Saunders has sentenced to 18 months in jail with a further 3 months for failing to fulfil a community order. He was also given a lifetime restraining order preventing further contact with the victim.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

A man accused of helping a builder kidnap two women has denied that he had anything to do with the death of Celine Dookhran whose body was found in a freezer in Kingston last July

28 year old Vincent Tappu claims he panicked and lied to police about his whereabouts.

He claims Mujahid Arshid implicated him in the crime.

He also denied being known as ‘Jay’ which prosecutors say is his nickname. It’s a name heard by the surviving woman.

Mr Arshid is accused of the rape and murder of his niece who was one of the victims and the attempted murder of a second woman. He denies the charges.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:12 pm  

Detectives appeal for witnesses after hit and run with a white Nissan sports car on the A3

Police are appealing for the public's help to trace the driver of a car that failed to stop at the scene of a collision yesterday evening on the A3 at Wisley.

At around 9.10pm a white Nissan sports car was travelling southbound on the A3 when it was involved in a collision with the central reservation.

The passenger of the car sustained serious injuries and was taken to hospital. South East Coast Ambulance Service and the Fire service were also there.

The driver of the car fled the scene on foot and now police need to find him. The National Police Air Service helped with the search but haven't yet found him.

The A3 was closed for some time during the night.

Anyone who has seen this car, its driver, any other cars travelling with it or has dashcam footage of the cars is asked to call Surrey Police on 101 quoting PR/P18026961
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:38 am  

3 million spent on eight-sided room in Twickenham

The Orleans House gallery in Twickenham will re-open next month after a £3.6 million transformation.

It’s been undergoing a year-long refurb.

The transformation involved a full restoration of its Octagon Room which is Grade I listed.

The transformation was partially funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 am  

Missing boy from Mitcham


A 13 year old boy has gone missing from the Mitcham area.

There’s a picture of Huseyin YESILDAL on the Radio Jackie news website.

If anyone sees him they should call 101 and quote 18MIS004913.
.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:57 am  

Egham university needs sleepless volunteers

Royal Holloway University in Egham is looking for volunteers to take part in a sleep study to investigate what stages of sleep are necessary for memory and learning.

It involves depriving the subjects of sleep and seeing how this affects their ability to learn and use an unfamiliar alphabet.

Volunteers must be between 18 and 24 years old and native English speakers. People interested in taking part should contact [email protected]

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 am  

First step to keep Chelsea rapist in jail

The first step in a legal challenge of the Parole Board’s decision to release the serial rapist, John Worboys, will take place next Wednesday.

The Mayor of London and two of Worboys’ victims are applying for a judicial review.

Judges will decide on Wednesday whether the case can go ahead for a full judicial review hearing.

Worboys was convicted of 19 offences which happened when he was a black cab driver in Chelsea and the West End, but is believed to have carried out more than 100 attacks.

He gave his victims drinks laced with sedatives before assaulting them.

The 60 year old was given a minimum term of 8 years in 2009. He is due to be released but a Judge has ordered that he remain in prison until at least after next week’s hearing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:33 am  

First conviction for coercion without victim's evidence given at Staines Magistrates Court

England’s first conviction for coercive behaviour with no evidence from the victim was handed out at Staines Magistrates Court.

The case was brought by Surrey police against 31 year old Steven Saunders who had manipulated and controlled his partner.

He removed her from supported accommodation and forced her to live on the streets.

He spent her benefits, held her bank card and forced her to shoplift..

It was the intervention by a midwife, and further evidence from medical professionals, social services and the police that led to his conviction.

Saunders has sentenced to 18 months in jail with a further 3 months for failing to fulfil a community order. He was also given a lifetime restraining order preventing further contact with the victim.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 am  

Friday, 2 February 2018

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson says Bakary Sako is out for the rest of the season

The winger broke his ankle in their draw at West Ham.

Palace brought in Norway striker Alexander Sorloth from Midtjylland on the same day.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:11 pm  

The Liberal Democrats have announced their support of a legal challenge against the closure of over half of London’s police stations

The legal challenge was formally launched by Wimbledon resident Paul Kohler who was attacked in his home in 2014.

He believes he only survived because officers were able to get to his house from the local station in Wimbledon – one of the 37 stations under threat of closure.

The challenge is seeking permission to take the decision to close the police stations to a Judicial Review.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 pm  

A cyclist has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following a collision with a car earlier this evening in Epsom

It happened at the junction of Woodcote Green Road and Woodcote Side at 5:45pm.

The driver of the Ford Fiesta didn’t suffer any injuries.

Police are appealing for any witnesses to contact them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 pm  

Croydon council has apologised to the family of a worker who was crushed by a 17 tonne refuse vehicle

Veolia and Croydon council have been fined a combined total of more than £350,000 following the incident in May 2016.

An investigation was launched by the Health and Safety Executive.

It found the workshop cleaner, who hasn’t been named, was employed as a ‘supported employee’ due to his learning difficulties.

He had a “recognised need” for heightened supervision.

Due to the nature of his work, he was often required to work where large vehicles with low rear visibility for drivers were manoeuvring.

According to the HSE, he was known to have a history of standing in the path of moving vehicles.

That was an issue known to both duty holders which they “failed to address adequately”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:52 pm  

A driver has been arrested for money laundering in Epsom

Details have just been released of the incident on Sunday where police pulled over a person for driving suspiciously.

After a search of the vehicle a large quantity of cash was found with no reasonable reason.

The driver was arrested and the cash was seized. The investigation is ongoing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:51 pm  

Details have just been released of a fight in Epsom that left one man in custody and another in hospital

The incident took place in a nightclub on Epsom High Street in the early hours of Saturday after a miscommunication.

One man broke his nose and another broke his ankle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:50 pm  

Petition to oust Kingston council leader Kevin Davis reaches over 1,500

The petition on change.org was launched last week after heated words were fired on Twitter between the Conservative leader and a 17 year old resident, in which the leader used words like “vile.”

Teenager James Giles had asked a question at a council meeting.

He wanted to know if Mr Davis’s links to CNM estates was a conflict of interest as his son is working for the developer.

They’re the company behind the Tolworth Tower and Gala bingo hall redevelopments.

James says Mr Davis refused to answer, something he has denied publically.

A row on Twitter then broke out with the leader calling James “vile” and “appalling.”

Mr Davis has since apologised for his outburst, but not for what he said.

Mr Davis has so far failed to respond to our requests for an interview.

This could be damaging ahead of May’s council elections, with some Tory voters telling us they won’t vote Conservative again if Mr Davis remains in his post.

Should he resign? To join in the conversation, head to our Facebook page.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:54 pm  

An elderly cat missing for 7 months from her home in Twickenham has been found in a shop in Tolworth

An elderly cat missing for 7 months from her home in Twickenham has been found in a shop in Tolworth.

The 18 year old tabby was discovered in the SCOPE Charity shop by workers this morning.

Vets identified the owners via a microchip.

Volunteer Catherine McGrath:



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:22 pm  

A tennis coach has been given a suspended prison sentence after he was convicted of sexually assaulting a young girl

54 year old Daniel McWhinnie was caught on CCTV in April 2015 at a sports club in Wandsworth.

Southwark Crown Court sentenced him to an 18 month prison sentence suspended for two years.

He also admitted three counts of making indecent photographs of children.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Two police officers are being investigated over claims they sent text messages about sexually assaulting crime victims

The alleged texts date back to 2011 when they were working out of Hounslow.

The officers also allegedly filmed people in custody and inside police vehicles.

The Independent Office for Police Conduct is investigating and they’ve been suspended.

The material came to light during a separate investigation by Surrey Police.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A suspect is still at large after allegedly stealing a delivery van in Epsom last week

A vehicle tracker was used to locate the van in Melton Fields where it was seized by authorities, along with over 60 packages.

A CCTV investigation has indicated the van had been left running when it was taken.

The suspect was seen driving away with the van in less than 30 seconds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

A man has been jailed for 17 years for raping a woman in Hackbridge



Darrel Rose was found guilty of two counts of rape, one of assault by penetration and two of assault causing actual bodily harm.

The 31 year old had known his victim for more than 10 years.

Last March, Police were called to a newsagent’s in Hackbridge where they found the victim.

She said she had escaped from a nearby house wearing her dressing gown and slippers, after Rose had fallen asleep.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:57 pm  

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte's denying reports he plans to talk to Italian football bosses about taking charge of his country again

His former team-mate Alessandro Costacurta works for the national association.

He's been quoted as saying he'll chat to Conte about the job.

But the Chelsea boss is playing that down.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Croydon Council is challenging the government over the levels of funding it has received for support of asylum seeking children

The council looks after nearly 10% of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children but has only been allocated 2% of total funding.

In the past, over £3m has been needed annually to support these children but now they might only receive £370,000.

The allocation is currently at draft stage and has not been finalised.

Asylum seekers are brought into Croydon because it’s where Lunar House, the Government’s immigration offices, are based.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Officers have charged a man in connection with two knifepoint robberies on taxi drivers in Stanwell in the early hours of last Friday

A man has been charged with robbery, attempted robbery, wounding and possession of a bladed article.

He’s due in court this afternoon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:53 pm  

A man has been sentenced to eight years in jail for causing death by dangerous driving in Fulham two years ago

Acacia Smith died when 27 year old Craig Kearney crashed his Peugeot in Wandsworth Bridge Road in August 2016.

At the time, police officers thought he had been trying to fly drugs into Wandsworth Prison using a drone, as materials were found in his car.

Police pursued him for 69 seconds, during which time he reached speeds of up to 91 mph.

Acacia’ grandfather, Lester Smith, says "She showed so much love, lit up the room when she entered and you always knew Caysha was in the house. I miss her every day”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

A massive 220 tonnes of recycling is processed in Wandsworth every day

850 tonnes of black bag rubbish are also taken to the Western Riverside Waste Authority Recycling Facility.

The centre is used by Wandsworth, Lambeth, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Kennsington and Chelsea councils.

The recycled rubbish is then separated ready to be reincarnated.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:03 am  

Hammersmith Bridge will close again at half term

Strengthening works will begin on Saturday the 10th of February and end on Sunday the 18th.

The northbound lane of the bridge will remain open between Tuesday and Friday of that week.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

Two men have been found guilty of a violent assault on a 17 year old asylum seeker in Croydon.



George Jeffrey and Ben Harman, both 21 from Croydon, were found guilty after a 3 week trial.

Five other people will be sentenced along with them on Friday 2nd of March.

The man was attacked on 31st march last year while on the way to Croydon town centre for a night out.

The group were asked where they were from, and after responding Iran and Iraq, the victim was seriously attacked.

His friends were reportedly terrified they were going to kill him, and he had to be put in an induced coma to recover.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

Police have released CCTV of a man who robbed a bank in Hounslow last month



During the robbery, the man repeatedly suggested he had a bomb, and held staff and customers at knifepoint, holding them in the back room.

He fled with a sum of money, pursed by two employees, who followed him towards an alleyway adjacent to a Mcdonalds and a Starbucks, before turning into Balfour road.

They lost him after turning right into Montague road.

Anyone with information can contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 am  

It's emerged the plastic insulation which burned on the outside of Grenfell Tower was issued with a flawed fire performance report

It has been found the government’s fire safety advisor's write up didn't include some materials used.

The plastic manufacturer says it doesn't know if any other buildings which have their products are safe.

General secretary of the Fire Brigades Union, Matt Wrack, says it's worrying.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

The teenager at the centre of a Twitter spat with Kingston’s Council leader says he has received no apology

Kevin Davis issued an open letter explaining why he lashed out at 17 year old James Giles last week.

It was over James’s questioning of Mr Davis’s links to CNM estates, which is responsible for a number of developments in the borough.

His son has a job with the company.

Over 1,000 people have signed a petition calling for Mr Davis' resignation.

James says he only found out about the open letter by accident.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:48 am  

Hounslow has opened elections for its Youth Parliament

Fifteen students from across the borough are standing; five boys and ten girls aged 11-18.

Anyone within that age bracket who lives, works, or studies in Hounslow is entitled to vote until the end of February.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:44 am  

Water restored to Shepherds Bush

Thames Water says water supplies have been restored to all areas affected by yesterday’s water main burst under Goldhawk Road in Shepherds Bush.

The road was turned into a river as major disruption was brought to a district of west London for the second time in a week.

It’s unclear if the leak is connected to another mains burst on Friday which left Kings Street in Hammersmith under twenty inches of water.

The company says repair work will continue into next week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:03 am  

Chelsea Ladies and Man City draw at Kingsmeadow

Chelsea Ladies and Manchester City Women played out a goalless draw in their Women’s Super League 1 top of the table clash at Kingsmeadow.

City lost goalkeeper Karen Bardsley who injured her left shoulder after an awkward fall just two minutes into to the game.

She was sent to hospital for X-rays.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:48 am  

Thursday, 1 February 2018

The trial of a man accused of raping and murdering his niece has told a court it was “pure coincidence” he made searches online on how to freeze a human body.

Celine Dookhran was found dead in a freezer in a house in Kingston, on July the 19th last year.

Mujahid Arshid denies all charges, including kidnapping, raping and attempting to murder a second woman.

Investigations into Mr Arshid’s personal laptop also revealed internet searches for acid bath murderer.

That's a reference to the notorious serial Killer John George Haigh, who was convicted in 1949 of disposing bodies in acid.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 pm  

A woman from Addlestone has been jailed for two years for supplying Class A Drugs.

28 year old Colleen Kennedy has also been handed a five year Criminal Behaviour Order.

The CBO prevents her from making contact with a number of people her behaviour was found to have distressed.

She’s also been banned from entering a block of flats in Crouch Oak Lane.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:12 pm  

£200,000 is to be invested in Hounslow’s cemeteries.

The council led project will improve 10 cemeteries and 4 churchyards through a range of projects due to take place over the next 12 months.

One scheme, which aims to provide additional space by providing up to 2000 graves, has already begun.

A public consultation is also due to take place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:13 pm  

Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious collision involving a cyclist and a motorbike in Egham earlier this evening.

The incident happened near to the junction with the Avenue. One man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries.

Traffic officers are at the scene carrying out investigations on the Northbound carriageway of the A30.

Anyone who may have witnessed the event, in particular those with dashcam footage are asked to contact Police on 101
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 pm  

A man has admitted killing his girlfriend in a high-speed police chase in Wandsworth last August.

Acacia Smith died when Craig Kearney crashed his Peugeot in Wandsworth Bridge Road in the early hours.

27 year old Kearney's car had been travelling up to 91mph on the 30mph road in a pursuit lasting 69 seconds.

A drone and drugs were found in the car suggesting he was trying to smuggle them in to Wandsworth Prison.

Kearney pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:36 pm  

Downing Street's insisting the rights of EU citizens arriving in the UK during the Brexit transition period are up for negotiation

The Prime Minister thinks those people should have different entitlements at the end of the 20-month spell.

The European Parliament's Brexit co-ordinator says that's not an option that'll be on the table.

But housing minister and Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab thinks Mrs May will get what she wants.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

More than 860 drivers in England and Wales have been granted licences, despite having criminal convictions

That’s according to The Suzy Lamplugh Trust, the charity set up following the disappearance of the estate agent in Fulham in 1986.

Current guidelines say applicants with serious convictions should be refused a licence.

But councils can grant them to those deemed to be "fit and proper".

The Licensed Taxi Drivers' Association says the rules are "inadequate".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A man who was stabbed to death at Wormworth Scrubs prison has been named

Four people have been arrested in connection with the death of 25-year-old Khader Saleh yesterday.

The prison in Shepherds Bush is a category B prison that holds over 1,000 men.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

Sport: Palace News

New Crystal Palace striker Alexander Sorloth says working with Roy Hodgson was one of the attractions of moving to the Premier League.

The Norwegian international completed the move on deadline day from Danish side Midtjylland.

Sorloth says he's hopeful Hodgson can bring the best out of him.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:43 pm  

A man has admitted killing his girlfriend in a high-speed police chase in Wandsworth last August

Acacia Smith died when Craig Kearney crashed his Peugeot in Wandsworth Bridge Road in the early hours.

27 year old Kearney's car had been travelling up to 91mph on the 30mph road in a pursuit lasting 69 seconds.

A drone and drugs were found in the car suggesting he was trying to smuggle them in to Wandsworth Prison.

Kearney pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Police in Kingston are appealing for help to trace a man wanted on recall to prison

44 year old Steven Graham from Kingston was released on licence from Wandsworth prison in December.

An emergency recall was issued on the same day after he breached the conditions of his licence.

Graham is white, around 6ft, stocky build, with short light brown hair and has a scar in the centre of his forehead and the upper part of his left ear lobe missing.

He has links to Kingston, Richmond, Sutton, Merton, Wandsworth and the Epsom and Ewell areas.

Anyone who sees Graham is asked not to approach him but call 999.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A woman’s been rescued from a house fire in Croydon



The blaze broke out in Gloucester Road in the early hours of yesterday.

Part of the ground floor was damaged, and the woman taken to hospital.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:13 pm  

A 17 year old boy is wanted by police in Croydon

Mitchell has now been found.


Mitchell Hewitt is being tracked down for malicious communication and possible witness intimidation.

Police warn he should not be approached.

Anyone with any information should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

More than 200 cannabis plants have been seized by Surrey Police following a search of a house in Stanwell Moor



On Tuesday, officers were carrying out street patrols when they discovered a suspected cannabis factory.

Police officers then executed a search warrant and uncovered four rooms of suspected cannabis plants.

A 36-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of production of cannabis.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Firefighters are tacking a blaze above a shop in Hounslow

It broke out in flats above the outlet in Hanworth Road just after 11am.

About 30 firefighters are at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

So far 188 people have been prosecuted for fly tipping under the Don’t Mess with Croydon Clampdown

The council have also seized over 30 vehicles suspected of dumping rubbish.

Fines for the fly tippers ranged from £100 to over £700.

345 community champions have volunteered to lead litter picks to help clear affected areas.

The council first launched the Take Pride campaign in 2014.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:35 pm  

Merton Conservatives suggest a plan to save Wimbledon Police Station

Merton's Conservative party is urging the council to buy Wimbledon Police station in order to save it from the axe.

Members claim the move would be possible because the authority has £91 million in reserves

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has listed Wimbledon as one of the stations that should close in order to save money.

Campaigner Paul Kohler says he wouldn't have survived an attack in his home in 2014 if the station hadn't been so close by.



The Conservatives say the council should buy the site from the Mayor for Policing and Crime, which owns it, and lease it back to them with a yearly rental charge of around 1% of the purchase price.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Four inmates arrested following fatal stabbing in Wormwood Scrubs

Four men have been arrested on suspicion of murdering an inmate who was stabbed to death at Wormwood Scrubs prison.

Police were called to the jail in Shepherd's Bush just after 3pm yesterday to reports of a man with stab injuries.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Two men aged 21, a 20-year-old and 23-year-old men, who are all prisoners at the jail, remain in police custody.

Wormwood Scrubs is a Category B prison with a capacity of 1,279 inmates.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

Could you be an independent election candidate?

A group has been set up in Hounslow to support those who want to run as independent candidates in local elections.

The Hounslow Borough Independent Candidates Alliance seeks to remove party politics from borough - wide affairs.

It’s chaired by Ian Stewart, who is standing for Feltham North.

He’s encouraging others to run as candidates themselves.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Eco boxes are being handed out free to residents across Chiswick in the bid to cut down on plastic

Augmented Reality Technology is used on the biodegradable boxes, which mean companies can still advertise on them via a downloadable app.

The pilot scheme in December set out to support businesses by providing free reusable, recyclable and biodegradable eco-boxes to residents.

Since then, thousands have been given away across Chiswick High Road and Turnham Green Terrace.

The initiative is the brainchild of Chiswick based businessman Arthur Chirkinian, who eventually wants to see his scheme rolled out nationally.

Arthur explains what the eco boxes are and how they work.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

A body has been found, police believe it is the man who went missing at Hampton Court Bridge

A body, believed to be that of a man who went missing after entering the River Thames near Hampton Court has been found by police.

The body is yet to be formally identified; the man's family has been informed after the discovery at Chelsea Embankment on Tuesday

Officers were initially called to the scene just after 4am on the 5th January following reports of two men entering the water from a boat.

One man was rescued at the scene
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 am  

Two PCs in Surrey have been presented with a prestigious policing award

The Outstanding Contribution to Roads Policing award was given to PC Dan Pascoe and Ben Hudson.

The duo are introducing use of Mobile Data Terminals. These let officers to complete forms at the roadside saving 2 hours of work per incident.

The two PC’s Surrey Road Cops twitter feed won an award for Best Tweeting Roads Policing Account in 2017 as well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:06 am  

A drug has been found by researchers in Sutton, which stops cancer cells from staying alive in stressful conditions

The scientists at the institute of Cancer Research, tested the drug on more than 250 people with Myeloma, a type of blood cancer.

Chief Exec, Professor Paul Workman, says he is excited to ‘see this new approach to treatment assessed in cancer patients’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:05 am  

Mole Valley has bucked a trend in the South East and has seen an increase in manufacturing workers over the last ten years

In 2006/7, 2900 people, or 6.9% of the workforce, were involved in manufacturing.

However, these figures increased last year to 3500 and 8.7%.

Rother, a district in East Sussex which includes Hastings, reported a drop of 58.3%.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:08 am  

Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Youngsters in Croydon have until 5th February to apply to be the borough’s first ever Young Mayor

With more under-18s living in Croydon than any other borough in the capital, the successful candidate will help give a voice to 1 in 20 young Londoners.

Candidates need to be aged between 14 and 17 on the 31st of August this year, and will be voted for by other young people aged 11-18.

All those standing for election will prepare a written manifesto and run a local campaign with guidance from council officers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 pm  

A Primary school head teacher from Sutton has been honoured with an OBE in the New Year’s Honours List.

Frances Hawkes OBE was commemorated for her services to education for this year.

Ms Hawkes moved to the UK from Australia over forty years ago and has been at the Federation of St Elphege’s and Regina Coleli Catholic Schools since 1996.

People are said to be ‘extremely proud’ of the former nurse after hearing of the news.

Schoolchildren and parents wrote their well wishes onto a card.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:36 pm  

A man wanted by police for failing to appear in court has been found and arrested.

32 year old James Bennett was found guilty of fraud in his absence last December and sentenced to 6 years in prison

Bennett obtained £10,000 by conning prospective tenants out of deposits for flats that weren’t his in South London areas such as Tooting and Brixton

Many of the victims only found they had been defrauded when they turned up on the agreed day ready to move in.

Bennett was given a further month on his sentence for failing to turn up to court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 pm  

Stargazers will get the chance to see a blue moon in the night sky over Surrey, since 2015.

Despite the name, the moon will not be blue in colour, but will in fact actually have a reddish tinge.

This will also coincide with a super moon occurring at the same time - when Earth’s satellite is unusually close to the planet, making it bigger and brighter.

Bright street lamps can interfere with the light emitting from the moon, so it is recommended to find an open space away from tall buildings between the hours of 12.30am and 2am.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

Wandsworth shuttle bus gets go-ahead


Transport for London has granted car company Ford the right to run its Chariot Shuttle bus scheme through Wandsworth.

It’s one of four routes in the capital that has been allowed.

The “Battersea Bullet” has been approved for 12 months and the “Wandsworth Wanderer” for nine months.

If they help reduce traffic, they may be able to stay.

Wandsworth council says it “cautiously welcomes the news” while it continues to lobby for better transport links.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:34 pm  

M&S Putney to close

Marks and Spencer could close as many as 14 stores as part of a restructuring programme.

Six, including Putney, are definitely shutting by the end of April, but workers have been told they'll be re-deployed to nearby outlets.

The retailer's proposing to shut a further 8 shops, with 468 staff affected.

It's all part of chief executive Steve Rowe's five-year turnaround plan.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Surbiton fire 'caused by cigarette'

It is believed a cigarette caused a fire at a sheltered accommodation block in Surbiton last night.

Part of a flat on the second floor of the building in South Bank was damaged.

A woman was rescued by firefighters suffering from smoke inhalation and taken to hospital.

Ten people were evacuated as a precaution.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:28 pm  

87 compensation claims over Croydon tram crash

Transport for London has received 87 claims for compensation over the Croydon tram crash, a report has found.

It says 18 of these have been resolved - including claims by two bereaved families.

TfL says it has paid more than £2.2m in compensation, counselling and "other activities" to support those affected.

An investigation last year found the driver of the tram "possibly had a micro-sleep" moments before the crash in November 2016, which killed 7 and injured more than 50 others.

The driver of the tram was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and remains under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:27 pm  

A man has been fined £130 for climbing over a level crossing barrier in North Sheen



49 year old George Caraska lifted his bike over the crossing and managed to squeeze through the gap onto the tracks last July.

Moments later he gesticulated angrily at a train as it went past, narrowly avoiding him.

Caraska appeared via video link yesterday at Wimbledon Magistrate’s Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:28 pm  

Streatham's MP signs open letter calling for Brexit document release

Senior Conservatives are demanding that the government publishes in full a leaked document on the impact of Brexit on the UK's economy.

A cross-party group of 47 MPs have signed an open letter after a draft emerged.

It suggests Britain will be worse off no matter what deal's struck with Brussels.

Labour's Streatham MP, Chuka Umunna has put his name to it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Figures show legal air pollution limits for the whole of 2018 have been reached within a month in London

Brixton Road in Lambeth has seen levels exceed average hourly limits 18 times so far this year.

That’s the maximum allowed under EU rules.

It's taken longer than in 2017 though, when they were breached less than a week into the new year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Student James Giles hits back at open letter from Kingston's council leader Kevin Davis


The leader of Kingston Council published the open letter on Twitter yesterday.

It's after a row broke out on Saturday between Kevin Davis and a 17 year old resident, James Giles.

At a council meeting last week, James had asked whether Mr Davis’s links to developer CNM estates were “a conflict of interest.”

CNM is behind developments including Tolworth Tower and the Gala Bingo Hall in Kingston.

Mr Davis's son has a job with the firm.

Mr Giles accused Mr Davis of slurring him publicly on Twitter, which led to calls for his resignation from members of the public.

Following Mr Davis's open letter, James Giles has published his own letter this morning.

I have received no apology from Kevin Davis for his bullying, abuse and victimisation since his initial outburst on Friday. Over the weekend, he explicitly posted on my Facebook page that I would ‘not get an apology.’

It just so happened that I came across his ‘statement’ this evening. Firstly, I am a human being. The choice of language ‘statement on’ would suggest I am being viewed as a policy issue. One may give a statement ‘on’ flytipping, but not on a human being – yet alone a minor. This statement was not addressed ‘to’ me or my family.

Further, Mr Davis has not apologised for his language, which was bullying and abusive. He has only apologised for ‘rising to the attack’.

Let me be clear – I have not attacked anybody. I asked a simply question of my elected representative and faced a torrent of abuse in return. Mr Davis is attempting to justify bullying and abuse – let me be clear: this behaviour is inexcusable and unjustifiable.

The attempt to place the blame on me, a sixth form student, for daring to ask a genuine question – citing it as an ‘attack’ shows that Mr Davis does not take this matter seriously, and, in my humble opinion, is attempting to excuse his abusive and bullying behaviour.

I wholeheartedly agree with Mr Davis that his son has a right to privacy. However, that right is surely taken away when one voluntarily chooses to advertise their job position on their public LinkedIn profile. I further find the choice of grey clouds inappropriate as the image used, further suggesting negative connotations towards me and that I am at fault.

To summarise, I have had no correspondence from Mr Davis and he has not written to apologise to either me or my family.

The lack of apology – merely writing a statement ‘on’ me that he was sorry for ‘rising to [an] attack’ shows Mr Davis has no remorse for his bullying and abuse towards me, and is attempting to shift the blame on to me for a non-existent attack. This is unacceptable and remains incredibly distressing to me and my family.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:42 am  

It looks like Tom Hardy has finally fulfilled his side of a bet he lost with Leonardo DiCaprio

The actor, who lives in Richmond, was tasked with getting a tattoo saying “Leo Knows All.”

It’s after he lost a bet over Oscar nominations with the American two years ago.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

Two men have been sentenced to 7 years in prison after being found to be in possession of Class A drugs



Joseph Olawoyin from Mitcham and Peter Roberts from Morden were charged with possession and intent to supply.

Surrey Police says it “is another success for Operation Viking.”

That’s a scheme run by the force which aims to crackdown on drug dealing in the county.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

The investigation into the sexual assault of a woman in Woking continues



Police have now released CCTV footage of three men they would like to identify.

The assault took place in the early hours of Sunday, the 29th of October.

A woman in her 20s was attacked outside the parade of shops in Victoria Way.

Anyone with any information should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 am  

Richmond has become the first place in the UK to install...

Richmond has become the first place in the UK to install cutting edge technology to protect vulnerable road users.

Cycle Safety Shield has been built in to all of the council’s heavy goods vehicles as part of a trial.

The shield gives drivers a warning if a collision is imminent.

The system uses multi-vision cameras including 360 3D vision and radar.

The devices act as a driver’s third eye to monitor 360 degrees around the vehicle, and the system can record up to one month of video.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Could the burglar known as the Night Watcher be connected to the prolific Wimbledon Prowler?

A highly professional armed burglar responsible for several raids in the South East may be linked to the 'Wimbledon Prowler',

The violent thief dubbed 'The Night Watcher' has carried out at least seven burglaries since November 2014 in areas including Virginia Water.

Now a DI has told the Daily Mail the burglar shares similarities to the unsolved case of The Prowler, a thief responsible for a 12-year series of raids in south west London.

He is known for his ability to dismantle security alarms, dodge homeowners and scale properties.

He has stolen cash and valuables worth up to £10 million from up to 200 homes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:49 am  

Epsom is to come alive with magic

It seems magic really does run in the Daniels family.

Late magician Paul Daniels’s nephew James Phelan is to take to the stage at Epsom Playhouse to showcase his own magical talent next month.

Trickster, is described as both jaw - dropping and hilariously funny.

Jackie's Luke Williams has been finding out more.



Trickster is at the Epsom Playhouse on February the 9th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

Do you want to set up a Crowdfund in Richmond?

Community groups looking for help with fundraising still have two weeks left to apply for the Richmond Crowdfunding Challenge.

Crowdfunding is an online way of asking a large amount of people for a small amount of money.

The initiative allows people to pitch ideas for projects that will improve the area’s high streets, neighbourhoods, parks and open spaces.

Four organisations will get a share of the funds; the deadline to apply is February the 11th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 am  

Seaplane with Britons from Tooting was off course

A preliminary report has found the seaplane that crashed near Sydney on New Year's Eve killing a family from Tooting was off course.

The Australian Safety Bureau says the aircraft was "away from the expected and standard flight path" when it crashed last month.

Richard Cousins died alongside his sons Will and Edward, his fiancée Emma Bowden and her 11-year-old daughter Heather.

The aircraft's Australian pilot, 44-year-old Gareth Morgan, also died.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 am  

Tuesday, 30 January 2018

The MP for Mitcham and Morden has spoken out on behalf of homeless children in schools

Speaking to Nadhim Zahawi, Minister for Children and Families, she spoke of a child named “Jack” who had become a persistent absentee after going into temporary accommodation.

Siobhain McDonagh says those in temporary accommodation need extra support to ensure good performance.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 pm  

The leader of Kingston Council has apologised for slurring a teenager on Twitter

Kevin Davis was facing calls from the public to resign, after he allegedly called 17 year old James Giles “vile.”

At a council meeting last week, Mr Giles had asked whether Mr Davis’s links to developer CNM estates were “a conflict of interest.”

His son works for the company.

Mr Davis has written an open letter saying he is “a father first and a politician second, and he was defending his son’s right to privacy.”

He accompanied his letter with a picture of grey, dark and moody skies.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:13 pm  

A board game café in Croydon which captured the imagination of youngsters has won a prestigious award

Ludoquist Board Games Café beat competition from four other finalists to win the Good Evening Croydon competition.

The venue has over 1,000 board games to suit every taste and age group and was awarded for tits contribution to improving the boroughs nightlife.

The contest was run as part of Croydon’s ongoing regeneration and the Growth Zone programme.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Leader of Kingston council publishes open letter following calls for him to resign

The leader of Kingston Council has spoken out after a petition was set up urging him to resign.

The call was made after a Twitter row broke out on Saturday between Kevin Davis and a 17 year old resident, James Giles.

At a council meeting last week, James had asked whether Mr Davis’s links to developer CNM estates were “a conflict of interest.”

CNM is behind developments including Tolworth Tower and the Gala Bingo Hall in Kingston.

Mr Davis's son has a job with the firm.

Mr Giles accused Mr Davis of slurring him publicly on Twitter, which led to calls for his resignation from members of the public.

Here is the leader's statement in full.

"I am publishing this statement in a personal capacity.

I am a Father first and politician second.

This past weekend my son was used as a political tool to attack me on social media and I reacted in a way that any Father would, I defended my son's right to privacy. In doing that I let my passion get the better of me and I attacked the author.

I did not refuse to answer the question James Giles put to the recent public meeting.

James asked it, but the Chairman of the meeting ruled it as not appropriate to the matter being discussed.

James chose to use Twitter to ask his question when he could have privately emailed me for an answer right from the beginning.

Because of this, others have used his question as a platform for inferring corruption where there is none.

I have been scrupulous in making declarations of interest should they arise.

Despite all that, what I need to acknowledge is that James is also someone's son, and I should not have risen to this attack. For that I apologise.

Returning to the question James asked.

There is never a conflict of interest that prevents a Councillor being a Councillor.

Were I ever to sit on a committee which was taking a decision about any matter pertaining to a company for which a relative of mine worked I would, of course, declare that interest.

If it was a financial interest or there was the appearance of bias, I would withdraw from the meeting.

If there was no financial interest and no appearance of bias, I could stay and vote.
"
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:38 pm  

Police and prosecutors have said sorry to a student wrongly accused of rape over their failure to disclose evidence

Records show the accuser had texted Liam Allan tens of thousands of times.

But the texts were only passed to the defence days before his trial at Croydon Crown Court collapsed.

He had it hanging over him for two years, so is pleased to have an apology.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:34 pm  

Hospital campaigners will be out in force in Morden tonight

Members of KOSHH, or Keep Our St Helier Hospital, will be at Bishopsford Social Club from 8 o’clock.

The group campaigns against cuts to the NHS which they believe could lead to the closure of acute services at Epsom and St Helier hospitals.

These include A&E and the maternity unit.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

A primary school in Isleworth is set to become the first school in Britain to cut its working week

The school will go from five to four-and-a-half days because of a budget crisis.

St. Mary's Catholic Primary School came under fire after a letter was sent to parents claiming the week would end at 12:45pm on Fridays from September.

But in a Facebook post yesterday, the school claimed 'no decision has been made' about how it will cut its budget.

Other options were offered to parents such as cutting the number of teaching assistants or paying £400 each year.

Parents are now unsure what to expect from September.

An estimated 18,000 schools in Britain are facing budget cuts for the 2018 school year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Lecturers from the University of Surrey are to strike for two weeks.
The action will take place next month over 4 weeks alongside 60 other institutions across the UK.

Talks between the University College Union and Universities UK ended without agreement over changes to the staff pension scheme last week.

The University College Union claim a typical lecturer could lose £10,000 a year in retirement resulting from the changes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A man charged with a decade old double murder in Clapham has appeared at the Old Bailey

35 year old Gonzalo Andres Gomez Remolina stands charged with two counts of murder.

Carlos Ayala-Cormona and Ruben Rodriguez Fuente from Spain were stabbed to death at an address in Muller Road in June 2007.

A trial date has been set for Monday, July the 9th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

David Tennant has accepted substantial undisclosed damages to settle claims over phone-hacking at the News of the World.
News Group Newspapers has also apologised to the actor, who lives in Chiswick, for misuse of private information.

Five other people have settled disputes at the High Court, including Olympic medallist Colin Jackson and the actress Sophia Myles.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Detectives have charged a third person in connection with the murder of Malachi Brooks in Battersea

23 year old Ashrafur Rahman, of no fixed address, is charged with arson and perverting the course of justice

He's been remanded in custody to appear at Kingston Crown Court next month.

Two men have previously been charged with offences connected to Malachi’s murder.

The 31 year old was fatally stabbed in Surrey Lane last March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:18 pm  

An investigation is underway after a fire broke out in Tolworth on an industrial estate

Crews were called to Red Lion Road just after 11am.

Part of the roof on one of the buildings was damaged
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm  

A man has died after being hit by a train at East Croydon station late last night

The British Transport Police were called to the station just before at 9.30 to reports that a man had been struck by a train.

The man died at the scene, enquiries are still ongoing to identify him and notify his next of kin.

The incident is not currently being treated as suspicious.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

An Uzbek man has been charged after a stolen truck was driven into a crowd in Stockholm, killing a man from Leatherhead

An Uzbek man has been charged after a stolen truck was driven into a crowd in Stockholm, killing a British man and four other people.

41 year old Chris Bevington from Leatherhead, worked as a director with Spotify and was based in the city with his family when he died.

Rakhmat Akilov has confessed to ramming into pedestrians in the Swedish capital last April.

He's accused of terrorism, attempts to carry out a terror act and causing others to be endangered.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 am  

Police say a man linked to seven violent robberies at homes in the south east of England had "specialist knowledge and skills"

They think the suspect, who's stolen jewellery worth over £1 million, could be an ex member of the armed forces.

One of his victims, Susan Morris, suffered a broken jaw and severe bruising during a raid at her home in Lower Kingswood in October 2016.

Her husband Stephen says it's had a devastating impact.

You can hear the full interview here. Please be aware, some may find the content upsetting.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:52 am  

The amount of councillors serving Reigate and Banstead should be reduced by 6

That’s the view of the Government’s Boundary Commission which is currently consulting the public on proposed constituency changes.

It’s aim is to deliver electoral equality for voters in council elections, so each councillor represents roughly the same number of voters.

The people of Reigate and Banstead are being urged by councillors to have their say before the consultation closes on the 9th of April.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

A project to stop men feeling isolated in Richmond has been handed £10,000

The Barnes Men’s Shed is a project aimed at tackling social isolation.

The grant from the Village Planning Fund will cover the cost of a shed and a range of wood and metal working activities.

An opening date will be announced soon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Flower bed repair on the cards for Mortlake Community Garden

Richmond Council has granted over £4,000 to the Mortlake Community Garden to repair its flower beds.

The improvements will allow more people to have the opportunity to join monthly gardening sessions.

The community space was set up 10 years ago so residents could grow flowers, vegetables and fruit

Funding was granted through the council’s Civic Pride Fund aimed at projects that improve the community.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

New strategy to make Richmond safer

Richmond has brought together a new strategy to help make the borough safer.

The Richmond Community Safety Partnership brings together Richmond Council, the Met Police, London Fire Brigade, schools and voluntary groups.

It’s hoped over the next four years it will create safer neighbourhoods, decrease offending, and reduce the number of young people as victims of crime.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:20 am  

Several first-teamers will be handed game-time for AFC Wimbledon's development squad against Portsmouth this afternoon

With a busy run of games in February, Neal Ardley is keen to increase the match fitness of players including Harry Forrester.

Dean Parrett is also pencilled in to play his first game since suffering a groin injury at Oxford in October.

The last match for AFC Wimbledon's development squad was almost three weeks ago when the Dons won 3-2 at Southend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 am  

A manhunt is launched across the South East

A massive hunt has been launched for a man believed to be responsible for a number of armed robberies across the South East.

A number of properties have been broken into over the last three years including in Lower Kingswood and Virginia Water.

Police say they believe the perpetrator, who has made off with over a million pounds worth of valuables, is ex army.

Surrey Police Detective Inspector Dee Fielding has this appeal.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 am  

New mobile app launches in Hounslow

A mobile app aimed at telling new mums and dads everything they need to know about parenthood is to be launched in Hounslow.

The new app ‘Baby Buddy’ is to be launched next month in February at the Alf King Children Centre.

It will be free and provide parents with guidance as well as appointment reminders.

The Department of Health has endorsed the app and council staff have been instructed to recommend it to parents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 am  

Manhunt launched in Surrey



Police are hunting a man who is believed to have carried out a number of armed robberies across the South East over the last 3 years.

Officers say they think the offender, who uses a sawn off shotgun, may have a military background.

He has made off with over £1 million worth of valuables from homes in areas including Virginia Water and Lower Kingswood.

Above, are some pictures of some of the valuables taken in raids.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 am  

Monday, 29 January 2018

Three teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of a series of knifepoint robberies in Leatherhead

A man aged 19 and two teenage boys aged 15 and 17 were detained after police received a call on Saturday morning.

The report said a group of boys had threatened a 15 year old with a knife and demanded his expensive belongings.

After they took his jumper and a backpack, the victim tried to stop them walking away, but was punched several times.

In the afternoon, the police received another call reporting a group of three males had threatened an 11-year-old boy with a knife.

Officers arrested the three suspects at Leatherhead station.

A number of stolen items have since been recovered including expensive clothing and bags.

Officers are connecting the incidents to another attempted robbery at Reigate station.

They’ve been released on bail.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:45 pm  

A man has been named by police in connection to two knife point robberies in Stanwell on Friday morning



17 Israel Vargas is considered to be dangerous, and is believed to be in the Hounslow area.

Two taxi drivers were held at knifepoint at around 6am on Hithermoore Road and Stanwell moor.

Anyone with information can contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:35 pm  

A 65 year old man has gone missing in Hounslow

65 year old Chuni Kalsi was last seen on the 20th of Janurary in hospital.

He is 5 ft 9, slim build, and was last seen in a hospital gown.

Anyone with information can contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:34 pm  

Do you have the recipe for success in Epsom?

That’s the question being asked by the Ashley Centre in Epsom.

It’s created a new cookbook for charity, Recipe for Success, and needs residents to send in their recipes.

After the recipes have been chosen, they’ll be brought to life by a professional chef.

Mary Zoeller from The Ashley Centre explains what they’re looking for.



To find out more, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Business owners in Hammersmith are counting the cost following a flash flood

Engineers from Thames Water say they’ll be on the scene in King Street until at least Friday.

It's after a 30 inch water main ruptured on Friday night.

Emergency workers used boats to rescue 70 people trapped in cars, homes and restaurants and families were forced into a nearby Premier Inn
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

A Merton based police constable has been dismissed for traffic convictions

PC Yasmin Norris faced a special case hearing on Friday.

The chair heard that on June the 27th last year, PC Norris was convicted at Medway Magistrates’ Court of allowing someone else, who did not have the valid insurance to drive her BMW car between August and September 2016.

In addition, PC Norris was stopped by Police Scotland on the 19th of May 2017, for driving at 102mph in a 70mph zone.

It was alleged these actions amounted to a breach of the Met’s standards of professional behaviour in respect of, ‘honesty and integrity’ and ‘discreditable conduct’.

Her conduct was proven as gross misconduct and she was dismissed without notice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Staff at St George’s University of London in Tooting could be about to strike in a row over pensions

14 days of nationwide action, staged over 4 weeks, will begin on the 22nd of February.

Staff at the medical school are being balloted, while staff at other Universities including Surrey, have already agreed to strike.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Sir Bruce Forsyth's widow, Lady Wilnelia, says she was "so lucky" to be married to the presenter and that they had a "very happy marriage"

The former Miss World also told ITV's This Morning the Strictly host had never wanted to retire.

She describes saying goodbye to him before he died last August, aged 89, as a "very special time".

The couple lived together in Wentworth near Virginia Water.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

A man's appeared in court charged over a car crash that killed three teenage boys

It happened in Hayes on Friday night.

Harry Rice, who's 17, and 16-year-olds George Wilkinson and Josh McGunniess were waiting at a bus stop in Shepiston Lane when they were killed.

28 year old Jaynesh Chudasama, who's from the area, is accused of three counts of causing death by dangerous driving and has now been remanded in custody ahead of a hearing at the Old Bailey next month.

Another man, who's 34, is still being held after handing himself in at a police station in north London yesterday evening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Hundreds sign petition calling on Kingston Council leader to quit

A petition calling for Kingston Council’s Conservative leader to resign has reached over 500 signatures.

The call’s being made after an extraordinary Twitter row broke out over the weekend, which saw Kevin Davis allegedly label a young resident “vile.”

At a council meeting last week, 17 year old James Giles had asked whether Mr Davis’s links to developer CNM estates were “a conflict of interest.”

CNM is behind developments including Tolworth Tower and the Gala Bingo Hall in Kingston.

James explains what happened after he asked his question at the council meeting.



James goes on to say he doesn't feel this alleged language is acceptable.



Kingston Council is yet to respond to our request for comment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Do you know an outstanding young person in Wandsworth?

That’s the question people across Wandsworth are being asked.

The deadline to nominate for the 26th annual Wandsworth Young Person of the Year award is running out.

The council scheme honours young people’s achievements, courage, or ability to overcome difficult personal circumstances.

The deadline for nominations is February the 11th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

A man’s appeared in court charged over a crash that killed three teenagers in Hayes

28 year old Jaynesh Chudasama is accused of three counts of causing death by dangerous driving.

He's been remanded in custody.

A 34-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after handing himself in last night.

Police have named the victims as 17 year old Harry Louis Rice and 16-year-olds George Toby Wilkinson and Josh McGunniess.

It’s thought they’d been on their way to a birthday party at a football club when they were hit by a car near a bus stop in Shepiston Lane on Friday night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:23 pm  

Five men are wanted after forcing their way into a home in Croydon and stealing jewellery and cash

Police were called at around 10pm last Thursday to the house on Purley Rise.

The burglars demanded gold jewellery and hit one of the victims on the hand with the crowbar they used to force open the door.

Two elderly victims were treated for minor injuries, and another victim was taken to hospital for non-serious injuries and later discharged.

Anyone with information can contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:54 am  

Work is underway on the £3.5 million Beddington North Major Scheme

Sutton council and TfL are making improvements to Beddington Lane and Hilliers Lane for pedestrians and cyclists.

The work follows a lengthy consultation with residents and businesses.

Work includes a new roundabout at the Asda junction, a safe pedestrian and cycle crossing, road resurfacing and kerb works.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 am  

The peak period on the Northern Line has been extended from one hour to two

The afternoon rush hour is to see more trains on the Northern Line.

24 trains will run from 5pm until 7pm on the central branches, and 30 trains an hour on the Kennington to Morden line.

It currently serves 225,000 passengers during that time.

The Northern Line is being extended to serve the new Battersea Power Station development, due for completion in 2020.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 am  

People living in more than 2,000 properties on housing estates across Wandsworth are to see their heating and hot water bills reduced

The council is to cut them by 5% from April.

Bosses say they are able to make the reduction because they purchase gas supplies in advance, and therefore, at competitive rates.

Bills already fell by 10% last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:54 am  

The MP for Battersea is calling for better accessibility in elections to help disabled people vote

Marsha de Cordova, who is also the shadow minister for disabled people, says “As a disabled voter I know we still have a long way to go”.

The comments came in The Observer’s 100 women on 100 years of Women Voting tribute article, which features a variety of campaigners and politicians.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 am  

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says they need another striker

Michy Batshuayi scored twice in their 3-nil FA Cup fourth-round win over Newcastle.

He's been linked with a move away during the transfer window.

But Conte says if Chelsea sign someone before the end of the month, it doesn't mean the Belgian has to leave.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 am  

A former councillor is campaigning to save the Wimbledon Fair, which is due to be cancelled starting this year

The Wimbledon Guild, who run the event, say rising operating costs have made the event impossible to keep going.

The event attracts 35,000 people each June, held on the common the weekend before the Wimbledon fortnight.

Peter Walker, Merton’s ex-cabinet member for education, says the event is integral to the heart of the city.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 am  

Patients across Surrey say they worry about leaving hospital.

A report by campaign group Healthwatch Surrey has found a number of issues mean they are concerned about being discharged.

The group found one patient was sent home without a house key and without family or friends being informed.

It’s putting together a discharge checklist, that’ll be available in Spring, that patients can fill out while waiting to be sent home.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:11 am  

Further details on the car crash that killed three teenagers...

A 34-year-old man being sought following the deaths of three teenagers in a crash in Hayes has voluntarily attended a police station.

Officers have arrested him. Another man, aged 28, was held in custody on Friday.

Meanwhile, more than 10,000 people have signed an online petition calling for road safety changes on Shepiston Lane, where the collision happened.

Melissa Blackwell, the sister of one of the boys killed, is among those wanting the speed limit reduced from 60 to 30 miles per hour.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:28 am  

Sunday, 28 January 2018

UPDATE: A man's been charged with causing death by dangerous driving over a car crash which killed three teenagers in Hayes on Friday

Jaynesh Chudasama is due to appear in court tomorrow.

A second man has also been arrested in connection with the incident, after handing himself into a police station.

The victims have been named as 17-year-old Harry Rice, and George Wilkinson and Josh Mcguinniess, who were both 16.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:55 pm  

16 London Boroughs have been named as having no underperforming schools

These include Hounslow, Wandsworth, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, and Kensington and Chelsea.

This year, one in eight secondary schools are said to be failing, up from just under one in ten last year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:06 pm  

A 34-year-old man being sought following the deaths of three teenagers in a crash in Hayes has voluntarily attended a police station

Officers have arrested him - as another man, aged 28, was held in custody on Friday.

Meanwhile, more than 10-thousand people have signed an online petition calling for road safety changes on Shepiston Lane, where the collision happened.

Melissa Blackwell - the sister of one of the boys killed- is among those wanting the speed limit reduced from 60 to 30 miles per hour.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 pm  

A 12-year-old boy has gone missing from the Twickenham area


Xavier Emberton, who suffers from autism, was last seen this morning wearing a dark hooded jumper.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:28 pm  

People living in Kensington and Chelsea are being encouraged to nominate fellow residents for this year’s Mayor’s Awards

They celebrate the achievements of people in voluntary or paid roles, who go above and beyond to help their community.

The deadline for award nominations is Friday the 16th of February, ahead of the awards ceremony on March the 21st.

The council has cited the Grenfell Tower disaster last year as an example of the community coming together.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:36 pm  

Petition launched to lower speed limit after Hayes fatal crash

Families of one of the teenagers killed in a collision in Hayes has paid tribute to them - as police release a CCTV image of a second man they want to speak to.

Melissa Blackwell is the sister of Josh Kennedy - who died along with his friends Harry Louis Rice and George Wilkinson on Friday night. She's backing a road safety petition following the crash on Shepiston Lane.

One man arrested remains in custody.

The petition can be found here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:01 pm  

Kingston residents unhappy over Heathrow proposals

People in Kingston claim they’re not being properly consulted on proposals to expand Heathrow Airport.

A new consultation launched last week, with 40 exhibitions and events planned; but not one of them will be held in Kingston.

Anti - expansion campaigners say a third runway will impact hugely on them as the new flight path will pass over the borough.

They’re calling on the organisers to come to Kingston to address their issues directly.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:53 pm  

Chelsea thrash Newcastle in FA Cup match

Chelsea eased into the fifth round of the FA Cup with a 3-0 win over Newcastle at Stamford Bridge.

Michy Batshuayi scored the first two goals before half time. Marcos Alonso's second-half free-kick sealed the win for Chelsea.

They’ll be at Stamford Bridge again on Wednesday in their Premier League match against Bournemouth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 pm  

Grandfather of Hayes car crash victim speaks

New CCTV has been released of the fatal car crash in Hayes that caused the death of three teenagers. The images are believed to be of a second man who was a passenger in the black Audi that crashed in to the boys, but ran off after the crash.

A 28 year old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and remains in custody.

The grandfather of George Wilkinson - one of three teenagers, killed on Friday - has described him as 'adventurous'.

Nigel Goodhand says he's still trying to come to terms with what's happened.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 pm  

A man has been arrested after dropping his pants in front of police in Merton town centre

The man had smashed a bottle and is said to have had a knife on him.

The man is also said to have been drunk.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

People across Richmond are once again being urged to nominate pavements they think need repair

The Council has set aside £500,000 for the annual restoration project.

Each of the fourteen villages across the borough will receive an extra £35,000 on top of that.

Work may include replacing damaged paving slabs, blacktop infills or eliminating standing water.

Nominations are open until the end of March.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 am  

A man from Merton has gone missing

32 year old Valentin Dudu is described as 5'5", thin build, black gelled hair, goatee beard and thin moustache possibly wearing black windproof with hood.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

A man claiming to be from Hammersmith police has conned an elderly man out of £2,500 through courier fraud

The 80 year old victim was called at around 2 o’clock on 17th November last year where he was told fraudulent activity had been discovered on his credit and debit cards.

The man refused his request to withdraw £4,000 in cash, but told him his PIN and allowed a man to come to his home in Bermondsey and take his cards.

The man was seen on CCTV, and is described as an Asian male, aged between 25 and 35, with a black beard, and was wearing a black anorak.

Anyone with information can contact police on 101.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

Chelsea's last chance in the FA Cup...

Chelsea is the only team from South west London left in the FA Cup this weekend as they take on Newcastle in the fourth round.

chuck Adolphy has more...



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:49 am  

What are Hammersmith and Fulham the prime locations for?

It seems Hammersmith and Fulham is one of the top destinations for businesses in London.

Office space take up has doubled over the past year.

409,000 sq ft was snapped up last year; that’s up from the 201,000 sq ft acquired in 2016.

The council says the news coincides with a new initiative to make office space more affordable and drive up the area’s economy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:47 am  

Wandsworth Council receives multi-millions to spend on services...

Wandsworth Council is set to receive nearly £13 million from the government for spending on services.

It comes after more than 2,000 new homes were built in the area and is expected to keep Council Tax Low for residents.

It’s the second highest New Homes Bonus payment in England and will allow for further regeneration in the area.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 am  

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