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Saturday, 10 March 2018

Conte 'happy' as Chelsea get back to winning ways


Chelsea have moved to within two points of the Premier League's top four.

The champions responded to back-to-back defeats with a 2-1 win at home to strugglers Crystal Palace.

Boss Antonio Conte would have liked his team to have won by a greater margin - but overall he's happy.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:29 pm  

Ireland to go for the Grand Slam at Twickenham

Ireland are 2018 rugby union Six Nations champions.

A 28-8 victory over Scotland, coupled with England's 22-16 defeat to France in Paris, handed them the trophy with a game to spare.

They'll attempt to win the Grand Slam in next week's match against England at Twickenham.

Captain Rory Best says the job's not done yet.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 pm  

Two arrested in Morden for 'huge' drug seizure



Police are celebrating today after seizing a huge amount of drugs and arresting two dealers in Morden last night.

They uploaded a picture of dozens of cannabis pouches spread across a table onto their twitter account.

They are holding the two suspects on for possession with the intent to supply.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 pm  

Chelsea look to get their push for a top four Premier League finish back on track when they host struggling Crystal Palace this evening

Last season's title winners have lost four of their previous five games in the top flight.

They've slipped five points behind the Champions League places.

Boss Antonio Conte says they really need to win all of their remaining nine league matches.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

People with a spare bedroom in Hammersmith and Fulham are being asked to consider housing a stranger

The council has launched the Connecting Rooms scheme to help people under the age of 35 in need of a home.

It essentially sees the homeowner or council tenant rent their spare room for up to £100 per week.

The authority is appealing for interested parties to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:49 pm  

Elizabeth Hurley says her nephew has been stabbed in London, in what she's described as a "brutal attack"

The actress has tweeted to say model Miles Hurley was assaulted on Thursday night - saying it's an "appalling" time for their family.

Police say two 21-year-old men were attacked near Battersea Park railway station - neither has life-threatening injuries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 pm  

League One preview: AFC Wimbledon v Oxford United

It’s a big day ahead for AFC Wimbledon as the League One side welcomes Oxford United to Kingsmeadow.

John Creasey reports:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:32 am  

Call for more protection of council houses in Hammersmith and Fulham

Council houses in Hammersmith and Fulham could be given more protection against future development.

The Defend Council Homes Unit is urging the authority to register a so called ‘restriction on title’ with the Land Registry.

This move would mean any future transfer of land could be prevented if certain criteria are not met by developers.

The independent group was set up to ensure residents get a say on what happens to the building around them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 am  

Harlequins Ladies hope to make history at the Twickenham Stoop

Harlequins Ladies are aiming to make history today when the Twickenham-based team takes on rivals Richmond.

They’re aiming to attract the biggest attendance to a women's club rugby union match ever.

The game kicks off at the Twickenham Stoop at 3pm.

Quins Hooker Davinia Catlin explains why it’s such an historic event:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

Football Round-Up for South West London

Chelsea are set to take on Crystal Palace later at Stamford Bridge as the home side battle to end the season in a top four Champions League slot.

The Eagles will be looking to replicate their strong Monday night performance against Manchester United that ended with a disappointing 3-2 defeat.

In the Championship Fulham, having cemented their place in the playoffs, will be hoping to extend their 14 game winning streak when they meet Preston.

Brentford buoyed by their midweek win over Burton Albion face Millwall at the Den, and QPR host Sunderland at Loftus Road.

League One action sees Wimbledon welcome Oxford United to the capital and with just four points between them, every goal will count.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

Wandsworth Council demands reassurance from Thames Water

The leader of Wandsworth Council, Ravi Govindia, is asking Thames Water for reassurance that the water shortage in Tooting this past week won’t happen again.

Following the cold weather, burst water mains led to some residents and businesses going without water for several days.

He wants to see the water company’s long term plans for the network.

He also wants Thames Water to give appropriate compensation for those who suffered inconvenience, added expense or loss of business revenue because of the lack of water.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 am  

Richmond puts money into foster care

Foster care services in Richmond have been handed £50,000 by the council.

The funding will provide therapeutic childcare training for staff and carers.

The cash will also supplement the more traditional trauma-focused and cognitive-behavioural therapy and counselling.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:09 am  

Witnesses needed to assault in Walton

Surrey police are asking for witnesses to an assault during an attempted robbery in Walton on Thames on Tuesday night.

It happened on Trafalgar Drive between 10 and 11 pm.

Two men approached the victim and demanded his mobile phone.

One man’s described as white, with a ginger beard and an Irish accent. He was wearing a hoody, joggers and a hat.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:18 am  

Surrey police hunt wanted man



Surrey police are appealing for help to trace a man who’s wanted for actual bodily harm and breach of a restraining order.

Vincent Edward Dunn is from Reigate and Banstead and has links to Banstead and Coulsdon.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 am  

Nephew of Liz Hurley stabbed in Nine Elms

The nephew of actress Liz Hurley is fighting for his life after being stabbed in Nine Elms Thursday evening.

Miles Hurley, a 21 year old model, was stabbed multiple times after a row in the street with a stranger at 8 pm.

It’s reported that the knife missed his vital organs.

No arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 am  

Friday, 9 March 2018

London Irish has been named and shamed for allegedly underpaying a staff on the minimum wage

The Sunbury based rugby club has appeared on a list from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

It’s named 179 employers across the UK it says are underpaying employees.

The report mentions just one member of staff at the rugby club who is allegedly owed £132.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 pm  

Hounslow Council has today submitted its response to Heathrow’s consultations surrounding the new runway

The council oppose the move by saying Heathrow should be “better, not bigger”.

The council says they are against additional flights and runways, and that noise, poor air quality and congestion near Heathrow must be minimised.

The council also called for a complete ban on night flights between 11pm and 7am.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 pm  

A celebrity run bar in Chelsea has had its opening hours cut after four fights in the past year

Juju was previously open until 4am on Thursdays and 2.30am on Fridays and Saturdays, but if appeals are unsuccessful, must close by 1.30am.

A man was punched in the face by a man who allegedly stole a handbag containing £1,500 last Saturday.

The bar is run by former footballer Lee Chapman and Men Behaving Badly’s Leslie Ash.

Chapman said they would be appealing against the decision, and that with the cuts, the business “wouldn’t survive”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

A famous landmark in Surbiton is under threat

The spire on the top of the grade II listed St Matthew’s Church has been placed on Historic England’s “at risk” register.

The spire stands at the same height as Nelson’s Column.

£750,000 worth of urgent repairs are needed following a routine inspection.

A major fundraising drive has been launched to find the money.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:34 pm  

A man from Fulham who killed his friend as he slept on a bus has been jailed for over 21 years

39 year old John Doherty pleaded guilty on Tuesday to murdering 48 year old Archie Shephard.

The two had been out together on the 27th of April last year, and boarded the 189 bus just after 11pm.

For unknown reasons, at around midnight, Doherty pulled a knife and repeatedly stabbed Shepherd for three minutes.

He was sentenced earlier today due to “overwhelming evidence”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 pm  

The Old Bailey has been told how lethal an explosion could have been if a bomb left on a tube last year had gone off successfully

It partially detonated at Parsons Green station in September.

Forensics expert Sarah Wilson has told jurors 400 grams of a highly sensitive explosive was in the device.

Reporter Katie Spencer has been listening to her evidence.



An 18 year old from Sunbury denies the charges against him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:20 pm  

Wildlife campaigners are calling on leisure company Merlin Entertainments to stop housing animals

It’s after it emerged one in three creatures passed away at its Sea Life Centre’s aquarium in Great Yarmouth in one year alone.

Figures obtained by the BBC revealed 812 out of 2,293 sharks, stingrays, jelly fish and more perished in 2016.

As well as numerous Sea Life Centres, Merlin also owns Chessington World of Adventures and Zoo.

Speaking to us last year, Born Free’s Chris Draper says we need to stop paying to go to these attractions.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

People in Tooting are still being urged to use water sparingly



It’s after a main burst flooding Tooting Broadway in the early hours of Wednesday.

Thames Water is on scene and digging started yesterday to repair the pipe.

Meanwhile, bottled water is available for residents at Tooting Bec Lido.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:57 pm  

The Old Bailey has heard it was only "luck" that a bomb left on a tube at Parsons Green didn't fully detonate.

An expert says the device contained 400 grams of explosives, with just one gram capable of causing serious injury.

18 year-old Ahmed Hassan from Sunbury denies attempted murder and causing an explosion likely to endanger life last September.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

It’s emerged former EastEnders star Sid Owen has been escorted off a Heathrow bound flight

It’s after the actor, best known for playing Ricky, reportedly got into a spat with a fellow passenger over a reclining seat.

The 46 year old apparently exchanged heated words with the man in front of him after he leaned his chair back.

Eyewitnesses said the pair then refused an offer to move seats and delayed the flight for more than an hour.

Eventually both Owen and the other passenger were taken off the Boeing 777 flight from Dubai.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:36 pm  

There’s been a right Royal flush at Hampton Court Palace



It’s been crowned winner of the “Best Loos” at the UK Heritage Awards.

The Palace was nominated for its recently refurbished Base Court toilets.

They feature amusing graphics and interpretations including “Tudor beauty tips” and a toilet cubicle for each of Henry VIII’s six wives.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A man from Coulsdon has appeared in court after he invaded a football pitch and poured beer over his head

Sean Lawless stumbled onto the Selhurst Park field during Crystal Palace's clash with Newcastle United in February.

The 23-year-old pleaded guilty, claiming the incident was a drunken bet.

The boozed-up invader didn’t even support either team playing, and is actually a Chelsea fan.

Sentencing has been adjourned until an unspecified later date.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:45 pm  

A man has been jailed after pleading guilty to the manslaughter of his friend who died following a fire at a flat in Croydon in 1996



50 year old Richard Curtin pleaded guilty when he appeared at the Old Bailey earlier.

He was sentenced to ten years' in jail at the same hearing.

Paul Smith, who was aged 38 at the time of his death, died following a fire at the address he was staying at with Curtin in Violet Lane.

Initial investigations confirmed that the fire had been started deliberately.

Curtin was initially arrested, following a police investigation, it was deemed there was insufficient evidence to charge him.

Over 20 years later, in October last year, he contacted police stating he wanted to confess to killing Paul Smith.

He was arrested and charged the following day.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:53 pm  

Can you solve the mystery of the missing Pagoda dragons in Kew?

Do you have one of Kew’s famous dragons?

80 wooden creatures used to adorn the historic Pagoda when it was completed in 1762, but they disappeared in the 1780s.

Historic Royal Palaces has now re-created them using 3D printing.

They’ll be reinstated on the new look Pagoda when it re-opens to the public at the end of May.

Dr Lee Prosser, who is heading up the refurb, says it would be interesting to know what happened to the originals.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

Man from Worcester Park caught driving without a licence...since 1993!

A man has been caught by police after driving without a licence since 1993.

Officers stopped him on the A3 in Tolworth yesterday.

His vehicle was seized after it was discovered he has two previous drink-driving convictions.

The man from Worcester Park was insured until December when his policy was cancelled.

Police say he has now been reported to the court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Mitcham lorry driver jailed for killing a pedestrian



A lorry driver from Mitcham who killed an elderly pedestrian while using his mobile phone has been jailed.

45 year old David Robert Hastings was sentenced to four years’ imprisonment yesterday.

In December 2016, Hastings was driving a lorry in Fulham when he collided with and killed 84-year-old Thomas Goodison.

Hastings pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving and was also disqualified from driving for a total of five years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Breast Cancer Charity is urging men to sign up to this year's Moonwalk London to support men who get the disease

It’s thought 350 get the disease every year, and around 80 will die from it.

This year’s Moonwalk on Clapham Common will see a number of male walkers don a new blue and pink “boys” T-shirt as they walk.

Nina Barough is the founder of charity Walk the Walk, which hosts the famous event each May.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Tadworth charity supports youngsters with brain injuries

A service to help youngsters with a brain injury after they have left hospital has been launched by a Tadworth based charity.

The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury and neuro-disability.

The free to access Brain Injury Community Service will aim to give them the opportunity to continue their rehabilitation at home.

The charity says that children who are left unsupported, struggle with their academic, social and personal development.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

The M25 rapist has died behind bars

A serial sex attacker dubbed the M25 rapist has died in prison.

63 year old Antoni Imiela from Kent was jailed nearly fourteen years ago for a series of attacks in the Home Counties.

They include the rape of a woman on Putney Common and another rape on a woman in Epsom, both in 2002.

In January, it emerged he was being considered for release

The Prison Service said Imiela, who is understood to have had a heart condition, died at HMP Wakefield yesterday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

BA celebrates first all female flight



British Airways celebrated International Women’s Day by launching its first flight operated entirely by women.

All 61 staff on the flight from Heathrow to Glasgow were female, including security, baggage handlers and pilots.

Crew members included Joanne Kershaw, from Richmond, and Linda German, from Feltham, who directed the plane off the runway.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:09 am  

Thursday, 8 March 2018

Investigations are continuing after a boat sank in Brentford last night.

It began taking on water after it became stuck under a bridge near to Commerce Road.

Firefighters rescued two men, who were stuck on the boat, by ladder.

There were no reports of any injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:33 pm  

A witness to the Parsons Green bombing has told the Old Bailey how his head was "engulfed in flames" during the attack.

Stephen Nash was on the District Line train last September when the device went off.

Jurors at the Old Bailey have seen footage of the moment the home-made bomb exploded on a train at Parsons Green.

Ahmed Hassan from Sunbury denies attempted murder and causing an explosion that was likely to endanger life.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 pm  

A woman in her 60s has been taken to hospital following a collision with a bus in Hounslow.

Staines Road was closed for several hours as emergency services attended to the injured pedestrian this morning.

The incident happened just before 9am between Martindale Road and Wellington Road South.

The victim’s injuries are not deemed life-threatening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 pm  

Police are hunting a man from Woodmansterne.



Edward Dunn, who lives in the village near Banstead, is wanted for actual bodily harm.

He’s breached the terms of his restraining order.

To view an image of him, just take a look at our Twitter feed, Jackie News.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:38 pm  

The Mayor of London says “it can’t be right” that plans for a new cycle superhighway would reduce pavement space in Chiswick High Road.

Sadiq Khan has spoken out following concerns from residents over the lack of footpath that a new superhighway would bring.

Several flaws have already been highlighted in plans for CS9, which aims to improve cycling and walking across the southern part of the main road.

Hounslow Council said it is working with TfL to ensure the scheme provides a solution to benefit people both living and working in the area.

A final decision has been pushed back until after the elections in May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:31 pm  

Two men have been jailed for an attempted robbery at a car wash in Addlestone having been tracked down in Eastbourne five days later

The incident happened in October last year at the Car Spa in Woodham Park Road.

Ben Taylor and Aaron Mcloughlin were former employees at the car wash.

Taylor threatened the victim and demanded money but he was detained by workers who recognised him.

While Mcloughlin accelerated towards a crowd in his car and hit two people.

The pair then drove off and were tracked by police to Eastbourne.

Taylor pleaded guilty to robbery, possession of a Class A drug and common assault and was sentenced to four and a half years in prison.

Mcloughlin pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and was sentenced to 20 months and banned from driving.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says Wilfried Zaha could return for Saturday's Premier League game with Chelsea

The winger hasn't played since the start of February and Palace had feared a knee injury could end his season.

They haven't picked up any points without Zaha this term, but Hodgson says they won't take any risks.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

The Mayor of London says “it can’t be right” that plans for a new cycle superhighway would reduce pavement space in Chiswick High Road

Sadiq Khan has spoken out following concerns from residents over the lack of footpath that a new superhighway would bring.

Several flaws have already been highlighted in plans for CS9, which aims to improve cycling and walking across the southern part of the main road.

Hounslow Council said it is working with TfL to ensure the scheme provides a solution to benefit people both living and working in the area.

A final decision has been pushed back until after the elections in May.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 pm  

Fire’s broken out in Streatham

Part of the first floor is alight at the property in Pretoria Road

The Brigade was called just before 12.30.

Fire crews from Tooting, Norbury and West Norwood fire stations are at the scene.

The cause of the blaze is not known at this stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Four in every 10 parking and bus lane fines are being issued incorrectly, figures suggest

40%, or 1.8 million, of the almost 4.3 million appeals made to councils over the last five years have been successful.

That’s according to stats obtained by the BBC.

In Spelthorne 45% of fines were cancelled on appeal, in Kingston it was 33% and in Hounslow 22% of appeals were successful.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Man arrested after fire in Whitton

A man has been arrested on suspicion of vehicle interference following a fire in Whitton.

The Brigade was called to Whitton Way just after 11am.

A bungalow and garage were destroyed and a workshop damaged.

The cause of the fire in under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Jurors at the Old Bailey have seen footage of the moment a home-made bomb exploded on a Tube train at Parsons Green

Ahmed Hassan denies attempted murder and causing an explosion that was likely to endanger life last September.

The 18-year-old from Sunbury sat with his head bowed as the CCTV footage was played.

It concluded with a blast of fire ripping through the carriage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:36 pm  

Crowdfunding page set up to help clean up Tolworth for good



Residents and business owners take part in mass clean ups of Broadoaks, the private route that runs behind the main Broadway, every year.

However, skips can cost up to £700 a go, which is why they have decided to ask for extra help.

Residents say the road is plagued by fly-tipping which has a negative impact on the area, their quality of life as well as causing health and safety issues for all users and the clean ups are essential.

Kingston Council is unable to prosecute fly tippers.

This year's clear up is taking place on the 25th of March.

To donate or get involved, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:13 pm  

Harlequins Ladies using International Women's Day to encourage young girls into the sport

Quins Ladies are using International Women’s Day to urge young girls to enter the sport.

The Twickenham based team is preparing for an historic match against rivals Richmond on Saturday.

The game has traditionally been a very male dominated sport.

But Hooker Davinia Catlin says it’s time to break down barriers.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

This week is National Apprenticeship Week

Events nationwide are showcasing the benefits for businesses and the economy.

Electrician Duane Cleaver takes his apprentices from Nescot College in Ewell.

He says the team is really hands on.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:20 am  

Controversial plans to redevelop Twickenham Riverside have been given the go ahead

The debate has been an emotive one, with many opposing the plans to regenerate the embankment.

If the plans go ahead, the Environment Agency says it still has concerns, the move will see a square built that can be used for markets, performances and outside dining.

The designs were developed following two years of consultations with residents and businesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:16 am  

Sutton Hopeline helping people across Sutton with mental health problems

A helpline in Sutton is giving people with mental health problems new hope

Sutton Hopeline is run by people who have experienced mental health issues themselves.

The charity has been running since December 2014.

It costs over £4,000 a year to run.

Teresa Devereaux and Fiona Denton are two of the volunteers.



To find out more, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:45 am  

A man in Chelsea took the law into his own hands

A man in Chelsea took matters into his own hands when he fearlessly wrestled a would-be thief to the ground

Dramatic footage shows the man detain the suspect who was said to have smashed the rear window of the man’s Mercedes.

Witnesses to incident said the owner of the car ‘looked like a professional wrestler’.

Police arrived on the scene on Park Walk and arrested the suspect on suspicion of theft from a motor vehicle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Kidney donation in Surrey hits eight year low

Kidney donation in Surrey has hit an eight year low according to new national statistics.

In Surrey, there were only nine living kidney donors in 2017, compared to 20 in 2013.

There are currently 66 people waiting for a kidney in Surrey.

26 have died on the transplant waiting list waiting for a kidney in the last five years.

NHS Blood and Transplant are now appealing for more people to consider making a life-transforming donation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

A helpline in Sutton is giving people with mental health problems new hope

Sutton Hopeline is run by people who have experienced mental health issues themselves.

The charity has been going for 4 years and costs over £4,000 a year to run.

Teresa Devereaux and Fiona Denton are two of the volunteers.



You can find out more about Sutton Hopeline here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

A doctor who raised thousands of pounds for charity and worked at Croydon Hospital has died

Mark Sims, who lived in Wimbledon, suffered from malignant melanoma, a cancer which runs in his family.

The 28 year-old reached his fundraising target of £100,000 last week which helped fund a Cancer Research UK PhD student.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

The man accused of Parson's Green attack goes on trial

A man who accused of the Parsons Green attack has told officials months prior to it that he had been ‘trained to kill’.

18 year old Ahmed Hassan from Sunbury has gone on trial after being charged with the attempted murder.

30 people were injured by a chemical compound which failed to detonate properly on a tube train last September.

Mr Hassan denies the charges.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 am  

Hounslow Council launch a new crowdfunding platform

Hounslow Council has launched a new crowdfunding platform for community programmes.

OUR HOUNSLOW will allow people who live in the borough to raise funds for local projects that improve where they live.

To bring the idea to fruition, the borough has partnered with Spacehive, a funding platform that specialises in local civic and community spaces.

Hounslow Council have pledged to match residents spending on projects of up to 5,000 pounds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:17 am  

A man with links to Tooting is wanted by police.

James Mcdonagh is wanted for a string of burglaries in the Tanridge area in January.

He’s around 5ft11, average build, white, with short blonde hair and beard.

You can find a picture of James on our Jackie News Twitter Feed.

If you have any information contact police on 101l
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 am  

Richmond Council to increase tax

Richmond Council has said tax must increase to maintain the quality of services that are important to its residents.

Members of the council agreed last night that a 2% precept for social care just under a 2% increase in Richmond’s council tax.

They said there was simply no choice if residents want investment into the quality of services to continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:18 am  

Restaurant owner in Wandsworth is banned.

A fast food takeaway restaurant owner in Wandsworth has been banned from running a food business and narrowly avoided prison.

Anees Butt faced prosecution following a raid on his “filthy and mouse” infested restaurant on Merton Road.

The joint was described as a health hazard to its customers by the council’s food safety team.

Mr Butt has been ordered to carry out 80 hours of community service and faces a fine of £12,000 plus legal costs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:17 am  

Teenager from Sunbury in court over Parsons Green attack

A teenager from Sunbury has gone on trial accused of planting a bomb on a tube at Parsons Green.

A court's heard 18 year-old Ahmed Hassan from Cavendish Road told officials months before the attack that he had been "trained to kill".

He has been charged with attempted murder after 30 people were injured by the chemical compound that didn’t detonate properly.

He denies the charges – the case is expected to go on for two weeks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 am  

A survey has found that daters in London can only afford to spend just offer 20 pounds on a date.

At £23.38, some may even cancel a meeting with a potential match because of a lack of funds.

However, the South East faired a lot better – they are willing to spend slightly more at £24.86, above the national date poverty line.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 am  

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

The indicators for future activity in the London housing market remain subdued according to a new survey by RICS.

The report found that new buyer enquiries fell for the tenth consecutive month in the capital.

New properties coming onto the market and newly agreed sales also suffered a decline.

The results continue to highlight significant regional variation across the country, with London experiencing sluggish growth due to a lack of affordability and choice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Surrey officers battled through the wintery conditions on Friday to tackle crime across the county.

There were 13 arrests in total as officers carried out patrols and tracked down wanted offenders for high harm offences.

A man from Egham was arrested for sexual assault and a man from Walton has been charged with actual bodily harm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 pm  

The search for a new police force headquarters site in Surrey is underway.

It’s part of a long-term estates programme announced today by the Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro and Surrey Police.

Work has begun to identify a new location in a more central area of Surrey, likely to be in the Leatherhead/Dorking area, to replace the current HQ at Mount Browne in Guildford.

The plans are designed to deliver long-term savings by moving out and disposing of some of the current outdated and costly buildings.

The project is expected to take at least four to five years to complete.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 pm  

Croydon’s young mayor candidates will be holding a debate in the streets of the town centre on Saturday

They will gather with megaphones and soapboxes at around 11am.

Candidates will also be promoting their manifestos in a question time event tomorrow between 7 and 9pm.

Polling day for 11-18 year olds will take place next Tuesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:07 pm  

The Chancellor has reacted to the EU's regulations post-Brexit

The European Council President's warned Britain trade will be "more complicated and costly" after Brexit.

Donald Tusk has responded to a speech the Prime Minister gave last week - by saying a "pick and mix" approach is out of the question.

But the Chancellor and MP for Runneymede and Weybridge Philip Hammond claims a trade deal will only happen if it's "fair and balances the interests of both sides."

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:12 pm  

The Chelsea and Fulham MP has expressed disappointment at Donald Trump

The Chelsea and Fulham MP says the UK is "very disappointed" at Donald Trump's plans to impose import tariffs on steel and aluminium going into the US.

Trade minister Greg Hands has been appearing before a parliamentary committee.

He told MPs they "await something more concrete as to what may actually happen."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:43 pm  

Detectives investigating the fatal stabbing of a 20-year-old man in Croydon have arrested two teenagers in connection with his murder

Police were called at around five o’clock on Monday evening to reports of a man stabbed on the street in Albert Road.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Yesterday evening a 15 year old boy and a 19 year-old man handed themselves in to police and they remain in custody.

Enquiries continue.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 pm  

Around 70 businesses in Tooting took part in a community clean-up day yesterday

This included everything from sweeping the areas in front of their businesses, to giving their buildings a fresh coat of paint.

In addition, an eco-club has been set up by a group of students at West Hill Primary School.

To date, they’ve set up two tyre ponds and held their own assembly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Police are appealing for information following a series of linked burglaries within Hounslow over the past 3 weeks

The most recent took place on Monday when Police received a report of a burglary at Snakey Lane in Feltham.

A number of men had forced entry to a house and have threatened the occupants with violence and have taken jewellery and cash.

This incident is linked to 4 other burglaries where the suspects have targeted Asian gold jewellery.

Detectives are trying to trace a silver Audi believed to have been used.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:20 pm  

A Spanish tourist has died after a suspected carbon monoxide leak in a hotel in Kensington

The Mayflower Hotel was evacuated after emergency services were called at around two o’clock on Monday afternoon.

One man was pronounced dead at the scene. Another Spanish man in his 30s is in a critical condition in hospital.

Scotland Yard told the BBC that initial carbon monoxide tests showed high readings.

The hotel remains closed although the scene is now safe according to police

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Burst pipe causes chaos in Tooting High Street



Motorists and pedestrians have been warned to avoid Tooting High Street after a burst pipe sent water cascading down the road.

The road was shut in the early hours of this morning, causing rush hour disruption.

Police tweeted a picture of the scene, near Tooting Broadway Station showing water gushing from a crack in the pavement.

It is not known if the burst pipe was damaged in recent severe cold weather.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

A 7 year old cerebral palsy sufferer from Wimbledon is to travel to America for pioneering treatment

Jay Shetty cannot walk, talk or sit up unaided.

He’s been selected for the stem cell therapy at Dukes University Medical Centre in North Carolina.

Cerebral Palsy affects 1 in 400 children in the UK and there is currently no cure, only treatments aimed at lessening the symptoms.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

A lift for disabled people is to be installed at Teddington station

Vince Cable and Twickenham councillors met network rail officials last Friday to confirm that work will start next year.

It is expected to be finished by 2020.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

The post mortems are due to take place today on a family from Twickenham found dead on Monday night

A 47 year old woman was discovered at her home near Strawberry Hill.

Her husband and two children were later found dead 80 miles away on the seafront in East Sussex.

No arrests have been made, but police aren’t looking for anyone else in connection with the inquiry.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 am  

Harlequins sign deal with New Zealand Rugby

Harlequins have announced they’ve signed a significant deal with New Zealand Rugby.

The deal could lead to top All Blacks joining the Premiership club when they take sabbaticals from Test rugby.

Quins have close links with New Zealand, with Sean Fitzpatrick, the former All Black captain, on the club’s board.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:58 am  

Fulham go clear fourth in Championship

Fulham cemented their place in the Championship’s play-off s following a 3-0 nil win over Sheffield United at Craven Cottage.

Two goals there for Aleksandar Mitrovic.

Brentford improved their chances with a 2-nil win at Burton.

QPR and Derby finished 1-all at Loftus Road.

In the National League Sutton were comfortable 2-nil winners over Woking.

Kingstonian went down 3-nil at Folkstone in the Isthmian League.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 am  

Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Police warn of scam calls as rogue trader targets householder in Croydon

A householder in Croydon has been saved from being swindled out of £4.000 by a rogue trader.

It’s after bank staff queried his request to withdraw a large sum of money.

Police are warning residents should be wary of scam calls.

Specially those offering to carry out work they describe as urgent, particularly following the recent spate of burst water pipes.

The trading standards team and police are carrying out enquires.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:48 pm  

Fourth person appears at Wimbledon Magistrates' charged with stabbing of Lewis Blackman



A fourth person has appeared at Wimbledon Magistrates’ charged with stabbing a 19 year old to death in Earls Court.

The 16-year-old boy was arrested yesterday.

Detectives are investigating the death of Lewis Blackman.

He was stabbed to death in the early hours of February the 18th after leaving a party.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:20 pm  

A charity animal hospital in Merton shocked by public generosity

A charity animal hospital in Merton held an open day on Saturday.

The Blue Cross has been around since 1897, and its Victoria branch is the oldest of its kind in the UK.

It opened in 1906.

Practice Manager Louise Newman was shocked at the level of generosity by the people attending.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:07 pm  

Biker seriously injured in Hounslow

A biker has been seriously injured in a crash in Hounslow.

The rider was in collision with a car in Wellington Road South at around 8.30 this morning.

A London Ambulance Service spokesman says he was taken to a major trauma centre as a priority.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

Review announced into how hot water companies deal with extreme weather

There's going to be a review into how water companies dealt with last week's extreme weather after a number of burst pipes.

People in parts of South West London including Streatham and Tooting were told over the weekend to limit water usage.

This meant no flushing toilets, or bathing, and some lined up for hours to collect bottled water .

Environment minister Therese Coffey told the Commons suppliers will be watched closely by the regulator.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 pm  

A court’s heard a wealthy businessman allegedly raped a woman in her sleep at his flat after a night out

27 year old Valentin Kryzyzyk from Battersea, is accused of assaulting the woman who claims she fled without her bra or top.

The alleged incident happened in May 2015.

Kryzyzyk denies rape and the trial continues.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Works completed at New Malden station



UK Power Networks engineers have completed the repair of an underground electricity cable outside New Malden Station.

It developed a fault and was cordoned off last week.

The work included excavation and electrical work over the weekend and the road is due to be resurfaced by contractors tonight.

The team wants to apologise for any inconvenience caused by the essential work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

More than 80% of us say we wouldn’t recognise our neighbours if we were asked to pick them from a police line-up

That rises to 90% if you live in London.

We asked people of Kingston to tell us if they would recognise their neighbours.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:56 pm  

Police aren't looking for anyone else after a woman was found dead in Twickenham less than an hour after police discovered the bodies of her husband and two young boys

She had stab wounds at her home near Strawberry Hill yesterday evening.

The man and their two children were found at the foot of cliffs at Birling Gap, in Eastbourne in East Sussex.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A man from Fulham has admitted stabbing his friend to death on a bus after they had been on a night out together

Archie Sheppard was attacked by John Doherty on the 189 as it travelled from Brent Cross to Marble Arch last April.

The 48 year old victim was pronounced dead at the scene after he was discovered on the top deck.

39 year old Doherty pleaded guilty to murder on the first day of his trial at the Old Bailey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 pm  

Former Liverpool and England defender Jamie Carragher reckons Chelsea will find it hard keeping hold of Eden Hazard this summer

The Belgium forward appeared to voice his frustrations about boss Antonio Conte's tactics following a 1-nil defeat at Premier League leaders Manchester City.

Chelsea failed to register a shot on target in the game.

Carragher tells Sky Sports News, Hazard won't have been happy.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The first direct flight to Australia will leave Heathrow later this month

Qantas will fly non- stop to Perth in the west of the country in 17 hours.

Flights will depart on March the 25th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:56 pm  

Man jailed for murder in Thornton Heath



An obsessed house mate has been jailed for at least 20 years for killing a primary school teacher with a hammer in Thornton Heath.

Lucian Stinci was so infatuated with Florina Pastina (pictured) that he installed spy cameras to watch her in the shower.

He admitted battering her over the head with a hammer at the house they shared last July.

A 25-year-old man who also lived at the address was woken by the noise and went to investigate.

He found Stinci walking from the kitchen, short of breath and sweating.

He said ‘there’s something wrong with Flo, you may want to check it out’.

As the man went to the kitchen, Stinci approached him from behind and assaulted him with the hammer.

As the two struggled, a fellow resident, a 25-year-old woman, came down the stairs and tried to intervene.

Stinci pushed the end of the hammer into her stomach before she managed to hit him with a wine bottle and take the hammer before fleeing out into the street where she shouted to neighbours to call police.

Stinci went outside and retrieved the hammer before disposing of it in the back garden.

Then he went to get his jacket and rucksack as if he were going to work.

However, officers attended and Stinci was arrested before he could leave.

Inside the address officers discovered Florina collapsed in the kitchen suffering from severe head injuries as a result of blows inflicted by Stinci.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Murder investigation launched in Twickenham

A 47 year old woman from Twickenham, her husband and two children have been found dead.

A murder investigation has been launched after police discovered the woman at a house in South Road, near to Strawberry Hill, yesterday evening.

Her husband and two sons, aged 10 and 7, were later discovered on the seafront in Eastbourne.

A vehicle was recovered nearby.

Officers say the woman died from stab wounds.

No arrests have been made, and police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:39 pm  

Entries for this year’s National Cat Awards are now open

The annual event is hosted by charity Cats Protection, which has helped over 200,000 felines to date.

Downton Abbey actor Paul Copley, who lives in East Sheen, has been judging the entries for the awards for several years.

He's been chatting to Jackie's Simone Halfin.



Deadline for entries is 12 noon on Friday.

Click here for more info.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:31 pm  

The Transport Secretary has written to rail companies calling for better communication during extreme weather

Epsom and Ewell MP Chris Grayling says he wants to see a focus on passengers getting more information when trains are cancelled following recent conditions.

In a letter to the Rail Delivery Group, he also praised staff for their "tireless work" to recover services.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:23 pm  

Radio Jackie's Nicky Patrick pays tribute to Trevor Baylis

The Lib Dem Leader and MP for Twickenham is just one of the people paying tribute to inventor Trevor Baylis today.

Vince Cable has called the 80 year old a “great man”.

The inventor of the wind up radio passed away from natural causes at his home on Eel Pie Island in Twickenham.

Jackie’s Nicky Patrick also paid a special tribute to him on Breakfast this morning.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:19 pm  

There are calls for more youth workers in trauma centres and schools after a man was stabbed in Croydon yesterday

MP for Croydon Central Sarah Jones says more needs to be done to stop the cycle of revenge attacks and protect people’s mental health.

The 20 year old man was killed in a knife attack on Albert Road yesterday evening during rush hour.

So far no arrests have been made.

If you have any information, contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:07 am  

Environmental campaigners claim the River Wandle’s brown trout population is suffering because of pump failures

MP for Carshalton Tom Brake has met with bosses at SES Water to agree plans to safeguard the fish.

The Wandle, which runs through areas including Sutton and Wandsworth, is undergoing a massive regeneration.

But campaigners say the work is pointless if water levels aren’t maintained and wildlife suffers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:53 am  

A group in Richmond is looking to restart its grant for schools – but the money has run out

Richmond Borough in Bloom provided small grants to teachers so that vegetable patches could be planted in the borough’s schools.

They’re trying to crowdfund a new project, which will allow £250 per school.

The campaign is running until the beginning of April at https://swlen.org.uk/campaigns/school-gardening-grants-appeal/
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:52 am  

Two men have pleaded guilty to attempted robbery following an incident at a car wash in Addlestone last October

24 year old Ben Taylor and 26 year old Aaron McLoughlin tried to rob the Original Car Spa on Woodham Road.

They attacked one of the attendants and drove their vehicle into several people before driving off.

The pair will be sentenced tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:36 am  

An animal hospital in Merton is going to lengths to make sure that dogs enjoy their vet experience

An open day to raise awareness of a charity animal hospital in Merton got over 500 visitors on Saturday.

The Blue Cross Animal Hospital treated over 5,000 animals last year.

It uses force-free techniques to treat dogs, to relax them and improve their experience.

Practice manager Louise Newman tells us what that involves.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:08 am  

A man has been murdered in a knife attack in Croydon.

The 20-year-old was killed on Albert Road yesterday evening.

Detective Tom Dahri said it was a sustained attack where lots of people were around.

So far no arrests have been made and police are appealing for witnesses.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:41 am  

Thames Water has more information on water shortages.

Delays for water continue into the night in South London.

Residents should expect water shortages and leaks until further notice.

Thames Water say they are increasing the amount of water being fed into their system despite experiencing low water pressure.

They believe air is trapped in the works and steps are being taken to bleed it out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 am  

Croydon’s upgraded street cleaning contract started today.

Last year, the borough partnered up with Sutton, Kingston and Merton on street cleaning, waste collection and recycling.

Croydon will also see the re-introduction of street sweeping across each day, which had been dropped in 2010.

The new contract saves around £5 million per year in costs to taxpayers and aims to boost recycling levels.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 am  

Radio Presenter Jamie Theakston has been accused of ‘cultural vandalism’ by his neighbours in Chiswick.

The 46 year old plans to build a family home at the back of the garden of his current property.

Michael, son of the late Richard Attenborough, lives next door to Theakston and says he hasn’t considered the impact it will have on his neighbours.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 am  

More tributes paid to inventor of the wind-up radio

Twickenham MP Vince Cable has paid tribute to the inventor of the wind-up radio, Trevor Baylis, who died today aged 80.

He called him a “great man” after working with him to get recognition for inventors.

Baylis’ company confirmed he passed away from natural causes at his home on Eel Pie Island in Twickenham.

He was given a CBE two years ago for services to intellectual property.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:16 am  

Delays for water continue into the night in South London.

Thames Water has announced it’s taking longer than usual to restore supplies in areas including Balham and Streatham.

Some Putney and Tooting residents are still without water, despite the company earlier insisting supplies will be back everywhere by 10pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 am  

Monday, 5 March 2018

A cycling group in Kingston has spoken of their delight following the introduction of a 20mph speed limit in New Malden today.

The reasons behind the decision on Coombe Road are to enhance the safety of pedestrians and cyclists.

New signs are expected to be displayed soon, with the limit also introduced on Park Road in Kingston.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

A four week consultation has begun over Richmond Council’s plans to create 56 places for pupils at schools across the borough.

New specialist resource provisions would be created in two schools, and eight existing provisions would be expanded.

If the plans go ahead, the places will be created at mainstream nursery, primary and secondary schools over the next three years.

Windham Nursery, Barnes Primary, Hampton Hill Junior, St James’s Catholic Primary, Grey Court and Waldegrave are among those being considered.

The proposals would supplement the opening of The Maaz special school, a free school run by the Auriga Academy Trust.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 pm  

Residents of Tooting and Balham and its surrounding areas are being assured water will return, with many already now back.

Thames Water insists all customers should have water by 10pm.

It takes a few hours to get back to full pressure.

Residents have been using water sparsely after a number of pipes burst following the bad weather last week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

Joanna Killian started today as the new chief executive of Surrey County Council.

She’s spent the last two years at KPMG as a partner and Head of Local Government and Devolution.

David McNulty announced his retirement in July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 pm  

Residents of Tooting and Balham and its surrounding areas are being assured water will return, with many already now back.

Thames Water insists all customers should have water by 10pm.

It takes a few hours to get back to full pressure.

Residents have been using water sparsely after a number of pipes burst following the bad weather last week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 pm  

People living in of areas across Surrey are being reminded that a number of police front counters are to close at the end of the month.

Five, including Addlestone, will shut shop on the 31st of March.

Six will remain open, including Epsom, Staines and Esher.

The Surrey force is trying to make over £5 million in savings this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:34 pm  

Tributes are coming in for the inventor of the wind up radio who has died at the age of 80

Trevor Baylis lived in a house he built on Twickenham’s Eel Pie Island.

During his lifetime, he was also a champion swimmer and stuntman.

He established the wind up radio in the 90s.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Fire crews have rescued a dog from an icy river in Ashtead



Barry the Jack Russell fell into the water earlier.

The advice from the emergency services is not to walk on ice, keep animals on a lead, and don’t attempt a rescue yourself.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Former Chelsea captain Dennis Wise says next month's game with Tottenham will be pivotal to their chances of qualifying for next season's Champions League

They're five points off the Premier League's top four after last night's 1-nil defeat at Manchester City.

Spurs currently occupy fourth place.

Wise tells Sky Sports News, the meeting between the two will be huge.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Water has been restored to parts of South London

But Thames Water is still urging people in the Balham and Tooting areas to make sure they collect their bottled water.

The company had asked residents in London to use water sparingly after a number of pipes burst following the bad weather last week.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The RAF has been called in to drop emergency supplies in parts of Cumbria, cut off by heavy snowfall

Meanwhile, more than 12,000 homes in London have been left with no running water after a rapid thaw caused pipes to burst.

Water companies have been handing out bottles to homeowners.

But this man in Streatham says it's on a first come, first served basis.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Epsom and Queen Mary’s Roehampton are two of three hospitals trialling a new technique to cut prostate cancer diagnosis times

The NHS is trying to reduce the wait from six weeks to just a matter of days.

The current test typically requires an MRI scan and a biopsy where a dozen samples are taken and numerous hospital visits needed.

But the new "one-stop" service will hope to complete all the necessary tests in one day.

The number of men dying from prostate cancer has overtaken female deaths from breast cancer for the first time in the UK.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Residents of Eel Pie Island pay tribute to Trevor Baylis



Reports are suggesting the inventor of the wind up radio has died.

Residents on Eel Pie Island in Twickenham have been paying tribute to Trevor Baylis on social media.

The 80 year old has lived there for many years, and built his own home on the land,
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:17 pm  

Two dogs and two cats have been rescued from a fire in Croydon

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters were called to Pampisford Road at quarter past 10 this morning.

Part of a first floor flat has been damaged by flames.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 pm  

People living in areas of London including Tooting and Wandsworth are being told to limit their water usage

It’s after last week’s extreme weather led a number of pipes to burst.

At one point, more than 20,000 homes in the capital were left with no running water at the weekend.

Thames Water says around 12,000 homes remain affected.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte was forced to defend his tactics after they registered no shots on target in a 1-nil Premier League defeat to leaders Manchester City

It leaves last season's champions five points adrift of the top four.

Former England international and TV pundit Gary Neville called their performance at City "unacceptable" with Jamie Redknapp labelling it a "crime against football".

Conte says taking a pragmatic approach was the only option against a team of City's quality.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:34 am  

Today marks the start of British pie week

Putney Pies and Battersea Pie Station have been named as some of the best places in London to buy a pie.

The Evening Standard has released the list in January on National Pie Day in the US.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:32 am  

Fire has broken out at a block of flats in Wallington

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters and officers were called to Brackley Close yesterday afternoon.

Part of a split level flat on the first and second floors of the building was damaged by flames.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:29 am  

A man from Epsom is trying to clear his name after being found not guilty of controlling prostitution for gain

36 year old Borys Bobinski lost his job as a senior salesman at an estate agency after the accusation in July.

He had to wait until February for the trial, at which the prosecution gave no evidence.

Borys is expecting a baby with his long-term girlfriend, and is hoping he can get his life back to normal.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:24 am  

Pavement improvements coming to Richmond

Richmond Council is calling on its residents to suggest pavements that need repairing.

The council is set to spend half a million pounds over the year on community nominated improvements.

The deadline for suggestions is on the 9th of March.

After, Council Highway Engineers will visit areas nominated and decided whether improvements are necessary.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:02 am  

Re-offending rate in Hammersmith and Fulham too high

There's a warning work to reduce youth crime in England and Wales is being put at risk due to budget cuts.

The Local Government Association is concerned councils still haven't received funding to tackle the issue over the next year.

Government figures show that nearly half of young offenders in Hammersmith and Fulham return to crime.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:16 am  

Sunday, 4 March 2018

Harlequins break losing streak with victory over Bath Rugby

There was a reduced number in the stands at the Twickenham Stoop this afternoon due to the rescheduled game from the freezing Friday conditions. Hosts Harlequins welcomed Bath Rugby in round 17 of the Premiership.

Heading into this weekend, Harlequins sat in 9th place on 32 points; their opponents in 5th on 45, pushing for a top-4 spot and a play-off place.

Both teams were applauded onto the pitch at the same time as a minute’s silence was held in memory of Sebastian Adeniran-Olule, a young prop forward who passed away in 2016.

The Harlequins Director of Rugby John Kingston had asked fans to make their voices heard and leave their frustration of the recent run of form at the entrance gates.

The fans answered the call to arms and were vocal from the off. With that, Quins forced their way into the opposition half before losing possession.

A line-out was awarded to Bath who secured the ball and quickly crossed the half-way line. The hosts, however, were determined not to allow the visitors to run riot and pinned them down.

An attempted chip-over was blocked by Quins and the ball went into touch for another Bath line-out, again keeping play in opposition territory.

There were early injury concerns for Quins as Mark Lambert required treatment from the physiotherapists on the pitch less than 5 minutes into the game. In true rugby style, he was able to continue.

The hosts were fired up and almost pulled off an interception. A penalty was, however, awarded to the visitors who kicked long to find touch inside the Quins’ 22.


The visitors secured line-out ball, formed a maul but pressure from the home team forced a knock-on, handing a scrum to the hosts. The ball was fed and hooked quickly; scrum-half Dave Lewis box-kicking to clear his lines.

Bath gathered and fed it to the wing. Again, the defence was strong forcing the visitors to attempt another chip through. This time Joe Marchant gathered and made progress forward.

The hosts ran it from one wing to the next and themselves attempted a cross-field kick. This was gathered by the visitors who opted to run with ball in hand. This earned them a penalty (entering from the side) and they went for a line-out deep inside the Quins’ 22.

Bath again secured line-out ball but play was slow allowing Harlequins to predict the next move. In a desperate attempt to make progress, the visitors threw a long pass to the far wing; it was almost intercepted.

Good defensive pressure continued from the hosts and Quins were able to steal possession and kick long, keeping ball in play and allowing a foot race.


Baths’ Aled Brew gathered the ball but sliced his kick. Unfortunately, in an attempt to keep the ball in play, Tim Visser stumbled into touch whilst gathering, handing the line-out back to Bath.

Play entered the host’s half of the field and a scrum was awarded to the visitors.

The visiting no. 8 Taulupe Faletau passed to scrum-half Kahn Fotuali’i who slipped through the defence, before offloading to Matt Banahan who crossed for a try in the 16th minute. That silenced the stadium, eerily so. Conversion was missed, revitalising the Harlequins fans: Harlequins 0 – 5 Bath.

The restart high-ball was gathered well just outside the Bath 22 and they box-kicked to clear their lines. Tim Visser slipped through the defence, crossing the half-way line.

The ball was sent to the far wing where the hosts were awarded a free kick (Bath putting the boot in the ruck), which Demetri Catrakilis placed deep in the 22.

Bath turned over possession in the line-out and box-kicked to safety. Quins had the line-out still within opposition territory but the ball was thrown too long. Despite juggling, Quins could not secure it and Bath again made progress.

They sent the ball high and this time it was gathered by the hosts. The team, however, seemed unable to keep possession, and handed a scrum to the visitors.

The scrum collapsed and Bath were awarded the penalty. Again they kicked for touch inside the 22.

The line-out went unchallenged as Harlequins decided to attack the ensuing maul instead.

‘Harlequins’ resonated around the stadium and it erupted as Visser intercepted an attacking Bath pass and ran the length of the pitch to score under the posts. Catrakilis added the extra two points: Harlequins 7 - 5 Bath after 25 minutes.

The hosts, revitalised, gathered the restart high ball, formed a maul and pushed to 5 metres inside the half-way line. Mat Luamanu knocked-on under tackle and a scrum was awarded to Bath. This time it was Quins who prevailed in the set-piece and earned themselves a penalty.

Catrakilis found touch deep inside opposition territory. The hosts secured line-out ball but Bath were penalised for failing to roll away after tackling.

The host fly-half opted for the posts and successfully added another three points to the tally: Harlequins 10 – 5 Bath Rugby after 30 minutes.

Harlequins again secured the high ball and James Chisholm broke the defence. The ball was then sent from one wing to the other before being kicked on. Bath repaid the compliment, allowing the hosts to build up pace again.

Luke Wallace broke through, offloading to Joe Marchant. The hosts kept the ball alive and Alofa Alofa danced his way through before being tackled by the visiting Faletau.

Lambert was then penalised for going off his feet and Bath kicked for touch. They secured line-out ball but a forward pass handed a scrum to Quins just inside the opposition half.

‘Come on you Quins’ resonated around the Twickenham Stoop as the scrum was reset.

Lewis passed to Catrakilis who in turn offloaded to Visser, himself freeing full-back James Lang who was brought down. He continued to roll on the ground until support arrived.

Jamie Roberts broke through the game line and Bath were penalised for not releasing. Catrakilis again lined up the posts. He pulled it wide, unable to extend the home side lead.

Lang gathered the restart ball and progressed to the half-way line. Bath stole possession. Again unable to beat the defence, they opted to kick for distance. At this point, play was brought back to the far wing as a penalty was awarded against Roberts.

Bath found touch on the Quins’ 22 but lost possession in the line-out. No sooner had the hosts stolen the ball than they lost it again. Bath progressed up the field then spilled the ball. The hosts, having regained the advantage, opted to kick away possession but clear their lines. The visitors ran the ball back but illegally entered the ruck.


Penalty to Quins who kicked for touch, secured line-out ball, formed a maul and drove on up the field. Quick work between Lambert and Chisholm gained additional ground.

The fans again started singing in the stands as the hosts had a desire to prove a point this week. The ball was, however, spilled by Alofa Alofa signalling the end of the first half.

Harlequins players were applauded and cheered as they entered the tunnel after the first 40 minutes.

Half-Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 10 – 5 Bath Rugby

As the grey skies continued to roll over the Twickenham Stoop, Harlequins fans remained in a buoyant mood and cheered loudly.

Catrakilis kicked off the second 40 minutes. Bath gathered and box-kicked, failing to find touch, but gathering the ball after winning the challenge in the air.

Alofa ALofa and Luamanu successfully carried out a double tackle but this left the No.8 down and injured. Bath exploited this gap in defence and powered through, Alofa Alofa doing his best to slow down play.

The ball was then sent to the far wing where play was halted following injury to Horwill. Luamanu by this point was back on his feet and Horwill, too, stayed on the field of play.

Bath continued in possession and pushed up to the line, but Horwill stole turnover ball. The visitors were then penalised for being offside. Catrakilis kicked for touch albeit still inside his own half. They secured line-out ball and box-kicked out. This allowed Bath to come again.

Alofa Alofa was defending strongly on the near wing. Bath made progress but at a slow pace; Harlequins standing firm. The hosts then stole possession and Luamanu broke through the defence. A loose pass by Roberts, however, ended their run as the referee signalled a knock-on by Lang.

Scrum to Bath inside Harlequins’ territory. At this point the replacements started to be made: Ben Glynn off, Charlie Matthews on for the hosts (48 minutes).

The fans again raised their voices in song as the scrum was once again reset and referee JP Doyle blew for a penalty to the hosts.

Catrakilis found touch in the opposition half. The line-out ball was secured and another penalty was awarded against Bath for being offside.

The host fly-half again kicked up the field finding touch in the 22. This time Bath challenged the line-out and stole possession. They found touch still inside their own half. Charlie Matthews, always a strong presence in the set piece, secured the ball for the hosts. It was then passed to the centres before being chipped over with Quins chasing but failing to re-gather.

The referee had been playing advantage as Matthews was tackled whilst still in the air, and Quins kicked for touch. They secured line-out ball and earned another penalty (not releasing in the tackle).

Little progress was made as Bath again infringed at the line; Max Lahiff, who had just come onto the field for the visitors, was then sin-binned with 26 minutes to go.

Kyle Sinckler replaced Will Collier as Quins again kicked for touch. They secured the ball, formed a maul and drove for the line.

The maul collapsed just short of the whitewash and so play was released to the centres.

In front of the posts, Harlequins opted to grab and drive; Sinckler rewarded with the try. Catrakilis added the conversion: Harlequins 17 – 5 Bath Rugby with 24 minutes remaining.

The long restart was taken well by Alofa Alofa with Luamanu adding an extra obstacle for the chasing Bath. They kicked on and retained possession before attempting this a second time and handing play to Bath. They sent the ball back; Quins returned the favour and just found touch.

Bath took a quick line-out and forced play back into the host territory. They then opted to chip through with Marchant gathering under pressure.

Harlequins kicked into touch handing Bath the line-out. In a rare set-piece error, the visitors failed to find their target. Quins’ Hooker Joe Gray stole the over-throw and made progress towards the half-way line.

Both teams then opted to kick for territory, Bath eventually finding touch.

More replacements for Harlequins with Marcus Smith and Francis Saili joining play in place of Demetri Catrakilis and Jamie Roberts, 18 minutes remaining.

The visitors made strides up the field but the hosts stole possession following a strong tackle. Again, they found touch just inside their own half.


Bath regained possession and were awarded advantage. With little progress gained, play was brought back for the penalty (coming in from the side). Bath found touch inside the 22.

Tim Visser left the field, being replaced by Calum Waters in the final 10 minutes of the game for Quins.

Bath secured possession and sent the ball to the far wing. It then came back to the centre as their no. 8 Faletau lost his boot. Quins stole possession and kicked to clear their lines, handing a line-out to Bath deep inside their own half.

Bath pushed on, their fly-half James Wilson breaking through the defence. The ball was offloaded quickly and passed to replacement Cooper Vuna who was brought down before the try line and then penalised for holding on.

Quins kicked for touch but were penalised themselves, handing a scrum to the visitors.

Still the fans chanted loudly. A free-kick was awarded to Harlequins (Bath penalised for engaging early) who took it quickly and progressed up the field before a loose pass sent Saili scurrying back to retrieve the ball.

Penalty to Bath and they found touch inside the 22. They secured line-out ball and Zach Mercer found his way to the line. He was deemed to have been held up.


A 5-metre scrum was awarded to Bath as the home fans continued to sing loud and proud.

Bath passed to the centre and the referee penalised Harlequins for failing to release the tackled player. The visitors opted for a scrum as the noise in the stands was deafening.

A double tackle was made on Faletau however he was able to offload to Mercer who was also brought down. The visitors opted to grab and drive right under the posts and play was again halted for a Television Match Official decision. Again, ‘no try’ was given much to the delight of the home fans.

‘Harlequins’ resonated around the Twickenham Stoop as the two sides prepared themselves for another 5-metre scrum.

Faletau peeled off the back with the ball but was brought down. The scrum-half Chris Cook released the wings and Harlequins stole possession. They drove up the field a few metres before box-kicking, Calum Waters finding touch. Bath took the line-out quickly but then knocked on.

Dave Ward and Archie White replaced Mat Luamanu and Joe Gray for Quins with 5 minutes remaining.

Again, the dominance in the scrum shone through as Harlequins were awarded a penalty. Marcus Smith found touch in the opposition half. Captain Horwill secured the ball and a maul was formed. Dave Ward broke through the defence before being brought down.

Play went to the far wing and Bath were penalised for strolling offside.

Smith opted for the posts and secured three points: Harlequins 20 – 5 Bath Rugby.

The restart was gathered well by Matthews who was then penalised for holding on. Bath kicked for a line-out inside the 22. They secured the ball and passed quickly, attacking the centre before passing out to the wing.

Smith intercepted but did not have the pace to reach the try line. Bath’s Mercer chased him down and tackled him into touch just metres before the line.

Lambert was replaced for Quins as the clock counted down. Harlequins stole line-out ball but lost possession. Bath failed to find touch despite the second 40 minutes of play coming to an end and Quins attacked once again. Pinned down, Harlequins secured the ball from the ruck and decided to kick it out to end play.

Full-Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 20 – 5 Bath Rugby

Attendance: 7625

Harlequins

15 James Lang, 14 Alofa Alofa, 13 Joe Marchant, 12 Jamie Roberts, 11 Tim Visser, 10 Demetri Catrakilis, 9 Dave Lewis, 1 Mark Lambert, 2 Joe Gray, 3 Will Collier, 4 Ben Glynn, 5 James Horwill ©, 6 James Chisholm, 7 Luke Wallace, 8 Mat Luamanu

Replacements
16 Dave Ward, 17 Cameron Holenstein, 18 Kyle Sinckler 19, Charlie Matthews, 20 Archie White, 21 Calum Waters, 22 Marcus Smith, 23 Francis Saili

Bath Rugby

15 Tom Homer, 14 Matt Banahan, 13, Will Hurrell, 12 Ben Tapuai, 11 Aled Brew, 10 James Wilson, 9 Kahn Fotuali’I, 1 Beno Obano, 2 Ross Batty, 3 Henry Thomas, 4 Elliott Stooke, 5 Luke Charteris ©, 6 Zach Mercer, 7 Josh Bayliss, 8 Taulupe Faletau

Replacements

16 Nathan Charles, 17 Nathan Catt, 18 Max Lahiff, 19 Carlie Ewels, 20 James Phillips, 21 Chris Cook, 22 Josh Lewis, 23 Cooper Vuna

Match Report: Natalie Osborne Photography: Chris Spring
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:42 pm  

Young teenage boy last seen in Wimbledon Broadway has gone missing



A young teenage boy who suffers from Autism and Asperger’s syndrome has gone missing.

Lewis Parr was last seen in Wimbledon Broadway at 8:30pm today.

The 13-year-old was wearing a black jacket, black joggers with red stripe, a green cap and red trainers.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:23 pm  

Harlequins celebrate 20-5 victory over Bath

Kyle Sinckler came off the bench to help Harlequins to a first Premiership win of 2018 earlier this afternoon.

Harlequins celebrated a successful 20-5 victory over Bath.

The Blue, Black and Whites led early before losing at the Twickenham Stoop.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:19 pm  

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte gives his reaction to sudden death of Davide Astori

The Football Association say they'll honour Davide Astori when England play Italy in a friendly later this month.

The Fiorentina captain and Italian international died at the age of 31 from a ‘sudden illness’.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte worked with Astori during his time in charge of Italy.

He has given his reaction.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 pm  

Older children now making use of Royston Park in Carshalton

Older children are now making use of Royston Park in Carshalton.

It’s undergone a revamp following requests from parents.

The St Helier and the Wrythe & Wandle Valley Local Committee has provided the funding.

There is now a range of equipment for older children to enjoy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 pm  

Chelsea boss says his side weren't helped by absence of a key player

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says his side weren't helped by the absence of a key player through illness, following his team's defeat.

Last season's title winners were beaten 1-nil by runaway leaders Manchester City.

Chelsea remain five points adrift of the Premier League's top four.

It leaves their hopes of playing Champions League football next season in the balance.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:31 pm  

Chelsea lose to Manchester City 1-0

Chelsea lost 1-0 to Manchester City at the Etihad today after Bernardo Silva scored the only goal of the game early on in the second half.

Antonio Conte’s side failed to create many goal scoring opportunities, allowing Man City to move even closer to the Premier League title.

Boss Pep Guardiola says his team dominated the game just as much as they have the league so far.





posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 pm  

Hounslow Council’s leader welcomes London Mayor's new online portal

London Mayor Sadiq Khan is planning on launching a new online portal for EU citizens.

It will provide information about their rights post-Brexit and direct them to expert legal advice.

The Government has stated that they will need to apply for ‘settled status’ to remain in the country after Brexit.

Hounslow Council’s leader, Steve Curran, is welcoming the move and says he’s sure it “will benefit many residents.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:14 pm  

Police appeal for help to trace a woman missing from Chessington



Police are appealing for help to trace a woman missing from the Chessington area.

Detectives are concerned for the welfare of 30 year old Carly Batchelor.

She is described as white 5ft 6 in tall with brown shoulder length hair

If you have any information please call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:40 am  

The Marsden March is underway: Radio Jackie speaks to walkers

The Marsden March is well underway with 5,000 people doing a sponsored walk between the Royal Marsden in Chelsea and Sutton.

Our reporter Chuck Adolphy caught up with walker Gary from Epsom.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:27 am  

Derelict house in Tolworth is transformed into a disability-friendly property



A derelict house in Tolworth has been transformed into a disability-friendly property for a homeless family.

The house in Fullers Avenue has been empty for 14 years.

The Council teamed up with social housing developer, Cromwood Housing, to renovate it.

The two bedroom house has been extended to four bedrooms, including a ground floor bedroom , all accessible by wheelchair.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:22 am  

This years Marsden March has started

Today the Marsden March takes place, an annual fundraiser for the cancer charity.

Walkers have started to set off from one of the organisation’s hospitals in Chelsea.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:40 am  

Chelsea's Antonio Conte has good things to say about Man City

Champions Chelsea will be hoping to remind Manchester City just what made them the best team in last season's Premier League when they meet later.

The title-holders go to the side hoping to take that crown.

Pep Guardiola's men are five wins from securing top spot.

Conte says City have been impressive.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 am  

An elderly man has died after being hit by a car in Harmondsworth yesterday afternoon

Police were called just after quarter to 2 to the Colnbrook by-pass just before the junction with Stanwell Moor road.

The eighty year old man was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver stopped afterwards and has not been arrested.

Officers believe they know the victim’s identity, but have yet to inform his next of kin.

They’re asking any witnesses to contact them on 101.
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