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Saturday, 4 May 2019

Former ex Chelsea academy and under 21 captain was part of the winning teams for MK Dons today


Jordon Houghton was born in Chertsey and moved to MK Dons as a midfielder at the beginning of the 2018/2019 season.

The Dons who were fourth in the EFL Division Two beat third place Mansfield to guarantee promotion to the EFL Division One.

Jordon tells Radio Jackie how he feels about the win.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:08 pm  

There will be a dispersal zone in place in Kingston town centre tonight from 9pm to 6am tomorrow morning

This means that officers can direct individuals to leave the area during this time, with restrictions on returning.

It has been authorised to provide police officers with options for targeting violence and drug supply.

This is in response to concerns raised by businesses that operate in the night time economy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 pm  

Jude Law has married his psychologist girlfriend of four years Phillipa Coan at a secret wedding at Marylebone Town Hall.

The bride is 15 years his junior and comes from Kingston.

She describes herself as a business psychologist who applies psychology to tackle climate change.

She founded STRIDE a consultancy which endeavours to make organisations more sustainable for the environment.






posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 pm  

The Wandsworth Arts Fringe opened last night with a circus spectacular in Shillington Park.

The annual festival runs until the 19th, with more than 150 events planned during that time ranging from exhibitions and comedians to

the world’s first drag troupe with Down’s Syndrome..

Visitors to Tooting should keep an eye out for the Bureau of Silly Ideas’ giant foot which will be roving around the streets.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

After winning his first ever professional title last weekend, Fulham prize-fighter Zak Chelli is already looking towards his next belt.

The super-middleweight contender was crowned the new Southern Area champion after outpointing Jimmy Smith at Wembley Arena.

The 21 year old says “I’m ready to go and challenge for either the English or Commonwealth belt.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:25 pm  

Hundreds of dockless electric bicycles are on their way to Croydon.

The bikes, which can be accessed and locked using a mobile phone app, will be distributed at key areas across the borough.

It’s as part of the council’s aim to make Croydon the greenest borough in London.

200 ebikes are being delivered as part of a trial.

Each one will be fitted with GPS, locks, a bell and front and rear lights and reflectors.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

AFC Wimbledon face a crucial day in League One as they look to avoid relegation.

The Wombles start the final day of season outside of the drop zone.

So they’re safe if they beat already relegated Bradford.

Should they draw or lose though, they have to hope results go for them elsewhere.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have both committed to breaking the Brexit deadlock after poor local election results for their parties.

The Conservatives lost more than 13 hundred seats while Labour lost around 80 councillors.

It was the worst performance by a governing party in local elections since 1995.

Meanwhile Twickenham MP and Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable has congratulated all the councillors who were elected for his party.

The Liberal Democrats got over 700 gains, the most in its history.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

There are now 1,000 electric vehicle charging points in London.

The latest one has been unveiled in Crondace Road in Fulham.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council hopes to have 250 across the borough by the end of the year.

It will also soon install the last of 81 new lamppost column charging points.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Today marks Firefighters’ Memorial Day.


Sirens will sound and a minute’s silence will be held at fire stations across the country at midday.

More than 2,300 firefighters have lost their lives while on duty.

Representatives from Norbiton based Fire Brigades Union will attend a service alongside ministers and dignitaries at St Paul’s

#Cathedral.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 am  

Harlequins keep play-off hopes alive with win over Leicester Tigers at the Twickenham Stoop



Under a gloomy sky, the fans cheered on their teams. Harlequins vs Leicester Tigers at the Twickenham Stoop.

Despite some fast hands and attacking play, with Marcus Smith breaking through the defence for the hosts, it was the visiting Tigers who opened the scoring from the boot – a penalty after just 3 minutes: Harlequins 0 – 3 Leicester Tigers.

Not to be deterred, the home fans sang out loud, spurring their team on in this final home game of the season.

Mike Brown sent the ball high and Tigers gathered. The speed of the Quins’ defence was such that the visitors were pushed back. The hosts overturned possession and pushed up to the 22 before earning a penalty – Leicester failed to roll away.

Smith kicked to the corner for an attacking line-out as the fans sang out loud. The hosts recycled the ball time and again, pushing for the whitewash. Advantage was given but was ultimately unnecessary as Danny Care acted quickly to tap down from the ruck. Smith added the extra two: Harlequins 7 – 3 Leicester Tigers (8 minutes).

The fans were in a jubilant mood, singing at any opportunity.

Tigers secured line-out ball inside Quins’ territory but the hosts tackled hard, stopping the opposition in their tracks. Such was the ground being lost by the visitors, they threw back into their own half in an attempt to build momentum.

Joe Marchant put in a thumping tackle but referee Wayne Barnes ruled him offside. Another opportunity for George Ford to kick for the posts; another three points: Harlequins 7 – 6 Leicester Tigers (13 minutes).

Quins still held on to a narrow lead and Brown gathered the high-ball well, making strides back into Tigers’ territory. Smith saw an opportunity and sent the ball over the visiting defence; but it was caught and the mark called. Tigers found touch at halfway.

The hosts secured the ball and formed a maul. It made little ground; Tigers turned over possession but were dragged into touch.

Jack Clifford performed well in the line-out, gathering and delivering to Danny Care. Quins quickly powered through to the 22 before earning another line-out. This time, the set-piece failed with James Horwill, in his final home game for Harlequins, knocking on. Scrum to Tigers.

The visitors earned advantaged then full penalty; the offender was Joe Marler.

Tigers found touch back on the half-way line. Despite a strong challenge from the hosts, Leicester still came away with possession. They box-kicked out but only reached the waiting arms of Gabriel Ibitoye. Care sent a longer kick back into touch, clearing his lines.

Walking wounded for Tigers – Thompson off O’Connor on (20 minutes).

Tigers regained possession but Quins attacked the breakdown and secured turnover ball. Smith saw another opening and sent the ball deep into opposition territory for a chase. Tigers gathered and frantically found touch.

Elia Elia again found his mark in the line-out and the hosts pushed up to the 22. Attacking the try line, Care attempted a cheeky little kick through; Tigers were prepared and touched down first. Barnes was playing advantage and Smith successfully kicked the penalty: Harlequins 10 - 6 Leicester Tigers.

Another replacement for the visitors as Williams made way for Fitzgerald in a Head Injury Assessment (24 minutes).

The game restarted with a scrum to Quins but immediately the referee blew for a Tigers penalty – Sinckler collapsing the scrum.

The visitors found touch on the 22 and successfully gathered the ball in the set-piece. Tigers were starting to find their pace and an offside decision against the hosts allowed George Ford his third shot at the posts; successful: Harlequins 10 – 9 Leicester Tigers (28 minutes).

The re-start ball was sent deep into Tigers’ territory. A cross-field clearance allowed Leicester to retain possession. They passed the ball from wing to wing but without gaining any ground. The visitors were forced to box-kick and Quins returned possession.

Ibitoye was backtracking, hoping the Tigers’ kick would send the ball into the dead zone. Instead it stopped short, forcing Ibitoye to gather. He left it too late to react and was engulfed by the chasing Tigers. Care box-kicked to safety but this still handed Tigers a line-out in the host territory.

Ellis Genge slipped through three tackles, getting over the 22, for the visitors but Chris Robshaw turned over possession and Care did not box-kick on this occasion, instead passing wide to allow the wingers to stretch their legs.

Elia Elia off, Buchamam on for Quins (33 minutes).

Tigers restarted with a line-out but knocked-on. A momentary scare as Robshaw was taken out in an accidental collision, but soon he was back on his feet.

Scrum to Harlequins at halfway.

Care fed the ball; offloaded to Smith and back to Care. The forwards opted to grab and drive before passing out wide again. A momentary loss of concentration with passing behind the players saw Tigers steal possession. They kicked long but the mark was called by the hosts. Tigers gathered and returned but Jack Clifford was shown yellow for failing to pull out of a tackle (36 minutes).

With a penalty, Tigers’ pushed their way into the 22 but were forced into touch.

Another failed set-piece for the hosts saw Quins threw long; a mistake gathered up by Leicester who, with a man advantage, pushed up to the whitewash. The forwards were attacking and advantage was given for offside.

Leicester Tigers suffered another loss to a Head Injury Assessment as Telusa Veainu was temporarily replaced by George Worth (39 minutes).

Ford lined up an easy penalty in front of the posts. The fans booed as he counted down the clock to end the first half, kicking Tigers into the lead.

Half Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 10 – 12 Leicester Tigers

Veainu returned to the pitch for the start of the second half, having passed his HIA.

Tigers started the second half with the same attitude they had at the end of the first 40 minutes. They had a determination to push on. A knock-on, however, handed Quins the set-piece.

They gathered well but kicked long without a chase, allowing Tigers to run back out of their 22 unopposed.

The visitors then opted to kick and Brown gathered. Care sent the ball high. It was a period of frenzied play with no side able to keep possession. A loud cheer greeted Clifford as he returned to the pitch having served his sin-bin.

Care again box-kicked; the Leicester Tigers fallback gathered but a forward pass following a thumping tackle handed a scrum to the hosts in Leicester’s half.

The fans in the stands cheered loudly and erupted as Wayne Barnes awarded Quins a penalty – Genge penalised for collapsing the scrum.

Smith slotted in a kick to bring the hosts back into the lead: Harlequins 13 – 12 Leicester Tigers (50 minutes).

Strong tackled were again coming in from Quins with Care flooring Ford. The visitors were able to find touch deep in Quins’ territory. The possession from the line-out was short-lived as the ball re-entered touch, handing possession back to the visitors.

Dombrandt stood firm for the hosts and achieved a penalty; Tigers did not release the ball.

Quins found touch in Tiger’s territory and secured line-out ball as a chorus of ‘the Might Quins’ emanated around The Stoop.

Another penalty to the hosts and another long kick for the fly-half. What a kick! Harlequins 16 – 12 Leicester Tigers (55 minutes).

Quins had the bit between the teeth and offloads between Sinckler and Ibitoye saw strides made along the near wing. Ibitoye knocked-on under tackle for a Tigers’ scrum, still in their own half.

The fans were in superb voice. Sione Kalamafoni came away with the ball for the visitors but obstruction handed Quins a penalty. Tempers started to fray as Smith kicked to the corner for a line-out within the 22.

Rob Buchanan found his mark; a maul formed then Care released the forwards.

Care controlled the pace and direction until a thumping tackle on Dombrandt slowed the pace. Possession was turned over and Tigers’ kicked for safety, reaching the very dangerous hands of Brown who gathered the ball and ran it straight back.

A knock-on from an offside position handed Tigers a free-kick to touch as Dombrandt was replaced (61 minutes) by Semi Kunatani.

Ibitoye gathered a high-ball under pressure and despite juggling, maintained possession.

Care box-kicked; Tigers gathered but Clifford earned a penalty for the hosts, challenging at the breakdown forcing Leicester to enter from the side.

Smith found touch; the line-out was not pretty but Quins maintained control. They drove up to the 22 and earned another penalty (Leicester failed to roll away); Smith lined up the posts but pulled it wide (65 minutes).

Another penalty to the hosts with Tigers’ straying offside.

Again, the loyal fans sang aloud as Smith found touch. Buchanan found his mark, Horwill, on the 22. A maul formed and Care peeled off the back with the ball, darting for the line.

The Television Match Official was called in. No try. Free kick to Tigers. Ford failed to find touch – Brown keeping the ball from crossing the whitewash but in doing so knocked it on.

Scrum to Tigers who passed quickly and powered up to the Quins’ 22. Such was the pressure of the host defence, Tigers were forced to kick; a mistake sending the ball out on the full.

Marcus Smith was replaced by James Lang for the hosts.

Quins regained possession and Care again broke through the defence. In a forced period of play, Quins knocked on handing play to Leicester.

Dan Cole off, Joe Heyes on for the visitors (71 minutes).

Quins were successful in their own line-out and advantage was awarded. They attempted a cross-field kick but this was intercepted by the visitors. The referee blew, returning play to the original penalty.

Lang found touch as Care was replaced (72 minutes).

Quins’ rolling maul crossed into the 22 as Semi Kunatani broke away from the ruck and sprinted for the posts, adding another try to his repertoire.

Horwill was replaced for the final time on Stoop soil to a standing ovation (73 minutes).

Sinckler was replaced by Will Collier for Harlequins and Jordan Olowofela was applauded as he left the pitch, arm in a sling and taking on oxygen – replaced by George Worth for Leicester.

James Lang added the conversion: Harlequins 23 – 12 Leicester Tigers (74 minutes).

Leicester were building up speed but a long pass edging forward handed Quins a scrum inside Tigers’ territory.

It was re-set as the clock counted down. The set-piece overpowered Tigers and a penalty was awarded. They kicked for a line-out on the 22; formed a maul; the forwards were brought into play, grabbing and driving. It was the turn of Tigers’ to earn a penalty; Quins marched back an extra 10 metres.

Tigers found touch inside the opposition half, securing the line-out and piling the pressure on. They earned a penalty and kicked for the corner. From the set-piece, Tigers quickly passed for an attack on the wing. Advantage to Tigers but Mike Fitzgerald (82 minutes).

Conversion added by Ford to end the game.

Full Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 23 – 19 Leicester Tigers

14,301 tickets issued

MOTM Harlequins’ Chris Robshaw


Harlequins
15 Mike Brown, 14 Gabriel Ibitoye, 13 Joe Marchant, 12 Ben Tapuai, 11 Charles Walker, 10 Marcus Smith, 9 Danny Care, 1 Joe Marler, 2 Elia Elia, 3 Kyle Sinckler, 4 Mat Symons, 5 James Horwill (CC), 6 Alex Dombrandt, 7 Chris Robshaw (CC), 8 Jack Clifford

Game Changers
16 Rob Buchanan, 17 Nick Auterac, 18 Will Collier, 19 Stan South, 20 Semi Kunatani, 21 Sam Hildago-Clyne, 22 James Lang, 23 Ross Chisholm

Leicester Tigers
15 Telusa Veainu, 14 Sam Apsland-Robinson, 13 Matt Smith, 12 Matt Toomua, 11 Jonny May, 10 George Ford ©, 9 Sam Harrison, 1 Ellis Genge, 2 Tatafu Polota-Nau, 3 Dan Cole, 4 Will Spencer, 5 Graham Kitchener, 6 Mike Williams, 7 Guy Thompson, 8 Sione Kalamafoni

Replacements
16 Jake Kerr, 17 Facundo Gigena, 18 Joe Heyes, 19 Mike Fitzgerald, 20 Brendon O’Connor, 21 Ben White, 22 George Worth, 23 Jordan Olowofela

Match Report: Natalie Osborne Photographs: Chris Spring
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 am  

Wimbledon RFC get a new head coach.

Wimbledon RFC have announced the former Harlequins coach, Collin Osborne, will be joining them for the next season.

He will direct the coaching of the senior men’s teams and also support coaching of the women’s team.

He was part of the Harlequins coaching team since 1996.

Wimbledon RFC is a community rugby team and its Chairman, John Woods, said Osborne is a ‘proven winner and has consistently raised the

skills standards of the teams he has worked with.’
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:33 am  

There have been two further arrests in connection with the death of a man in West Norwood

There have been two further arrests in connection with the death of a man in West Norwood on the 27th of March.

Police and the ambulance service were called to Friar Mews just after 4 pm to find 25 year old Ramane Wiggan with a gunshot wound.

A 22 year old man was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of murder and has been released on bail. A 43 year old woman has also been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender. She’s been released pending further investigation.

These arrests follow the previous arrests of three men on suspicion of murder – two of which were released without any action and the third was released on bail.

Police are appealing for anyone who was a witness or has information to contact them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:38 am  

Friday, 3 May 2019

A thief, who stole a woman’s bag during a robbery at gunpoint in Carshalton, has been jailed for a total of 13 years.



Stephen Hale from Tull Street in Mitcham was sentenced to prison following the attack in November.
Using a combination of CCTV footage and tracking the victim’s stolen mobile phone. Police officers were able to arrest Hale at an address in Wallington.
Hale was found guilty of robbery and sentenced to eight years, with a further five years for possession of a firearm with intent to commit an offence, at Croydon Crown Court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 pm  

The Liberal Democrats have taken Mole Valley, where the Conservatives were previously the largest party.

As Conservatives and Labour have both lost out in the English local elections, the Tories have suffered their worst defeats in Surrey for more than 15 years.

The Lib Dems, Greens and independent candidates have all seen a surge in support.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:05 pm  

A 4 year old who has taken part in a Princess Alice Hospice event every year since she was born, is preparing to take part once again.

The annual Towpath Trundle is taking place on May the 19th for the Esher based hospice.
Betsy Stewart will join her family’s group known as Huckerby’s Heroes, which on one occasion featured 184 walkers.
Betsy was born on the morning of the 2014 event.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

One of Henry VIII’s favourite games is returning to his most famous palatial home this summer.

Real Tennis, which was played by kings of Europe, is coming to Hampton Court Palace.
Pros from America, Australia, France and the UK will grace the competition court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 pm  

Harlequins vs Leicester Tigers at the Twickenham Stoop
It’s the final home game of the regular season for Harlequins. In a game under the floodlights at the Twickenham Stoop, the hosts welcome Leicester Tigers.

In a demanding Rugby Union Premiership season, the fight for the top four play-off places means every game is key to progression.

Harlequins have lost the last fives games in this tournament and are looking to turn this tide against tonight’s visitors, Leicester Tigers.

Kick-off is 19:45 hrs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:47 pm  

Bolton won’t be playing Brentford after all.

The club’s re-arranged Championship game planned for next Wednesday now won’t take place.

The Bees will get three points for a 1-0 win.

The match was originally scheduled to take place last Saturday.

But it was called off 16 hours before kick-off as Bolton players refused to play over unpaid wages.

The EFL says Bolton are now guilty of misconduct and will be disciplined.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Reeds Weybridge will be hoping to make history at Twickenham Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

They’ve reached the finals of the Junior Vase Competition for the first time where they’ll take on Yorkshire Thornensians.

Here, director of Rugby Nigel Connell and team captain Billy Maddock tell us what's in store.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Fulham captain Tom Cairney has committed his future to the club despite their relegation from the Premier League.

He's signed a contract to keep him at Craven Cottage until the summer of 2024.

Cairney arrived at Fulham in 2015 after joining from Blackburn.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Image released of man sought in connection with sexual assault on bus in Wandsworth



Detectives have released a CCTV image of a man they wish to trace after a teenage girl was sexually assaulted on a bus in Wandsworth.

The incident happened at around 3.30pm on the 2nd of January, while the 16-year-old victim was on the top deck of a route 270 bus, travelling from Wandsworth Park towards Wandsworth.

She sat on the right hand side of the bus, listening to music on her headphones.

She noticed the suspect as he came up the stairs but tried to ignore him.

The suspect then sat in front of the victim and turned to face her, leaning over the back of his seat.

The teenager was then sexually assaulted before another passenger intervened.

She ran down the stairs and was comforted by another passenger who also called the police.

The driver stopped the bus and the suspect ran away in the direction of Wandsworth Plain.

The suspect is described as a black man, aged between 35 and 43-years-old, about 5ft 10ins tall with a bald head and had a large gap between his front teeth.

He spoke with an American accent and wore a sleeveless red puffa vest and hat.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed goalkeeper David De Gea will start in their Premier League trip to Huddersfield.

The club's player of the year in four of the past five seasons has endured a difficult time recently, with his latest mistake allowing Chelsea to seal a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford last weekend.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

The funerals of two teenagers killed in the Sri Lankan terrorist attacks will take place in California today.

15 year old Hammersmith school pupil Amelie Linsey and her 19 year old brother Daniel died at the Shangri-La hotel on Easter Sunday

They’ll be buried in Newport Beach, where their father Matthew, who survived the attacks, is originally from.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

The Met Police has issued a message encouraging the public to continue attending places of worship ahead of Ramadan.

It’s after a number of terrorist attacks abroad including Sri Lanka and New Zealand.

The Baitul Futuh in Morden, Britain’s largest Mosque, has issued a statement as worshippers prepare for the month.

“Under no circumstances can terrorism ever be justified. We hope that the authorities clamp down on all forms of extremism and hatred.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

The cause of a fire at a scaffolding yard has been revealed as “accidental following controlled burning”

The brigade was called at half past twelve on Wednesday to Mitcham Road in Croydon.

There were no reports of any injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:01 pm  

A spiralling budget for the delayed Crossrail project is being partly blamed on poor management

The public spending watchdog says tests were done on London's new east-to-west rail line even though it was known "few meaningful results" could be drawn.

Its report's also slammed a lack of pressure on contractors to work efficiently.

Lee-Anne Murray is from the National Audit Office.



Crossrail bosses say they're taking the report very seriously.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 am  

While the Tories and Labour have been bruised by England's local elections, the pro-EU Lib Dems have seen a revival

Sir Vince Cable's party has gained over 300 seats, taking control of a further 8 councils and are on course for their best result since 2004.

However, the conservatives are still leading on over 1200.

Brexit frustration appears to have been a key factor for voters.

Lib Dem MP Sir Ed Davey says they're 'back in business'.



It was also a good night for the Green Party and independents.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:09 am  

The actor who played Chewbacca in Star Wars, Peter Mayhew, has died at the age of 74

He was born in 1944 in Barnes, and passed away at his home in Texas on Tuesday evening.

His family says he put his "heart and soul" into the role.

Actor Mark Hamill's among co-stars paying tribute, describing him as "the gentlest of giants."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:33 am  

Croydon Council has stepped up plans to minimise the risk of a measles outbreak.

The disease was once eradicated in a number of countries, but there have been outbreaks in the UK and USA.

Croydon is developing a Measles and Rubella Action Plan with support from regional NHS and Public Health England.

It will include recommendations on how to improve the MMR vaccination uptake in both children and adults who missed out.

The World Health Organisation advises a 95% vaccination uptake rate, with two doses of MMR by age five.

Croydon Council says Measles is a problem with outbreaks occurring as recently as last year where some people were hospitalised.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:26 am  

Brentford to play Bolton in rearranged game on May the 7th

The English Football League has announced that Bolton's rearranged Championship game with Brentford will be played on Tuesday, May the 7th.

The Trotters were due to face the Bees last weekend but the match was postponed after Bolton's first-team squad went on strike over unpaid wages.

Bolton have already been relegated to League One.

However the EFL says, in the event of the club entering administration, they will not have to fulfill their final fixture.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:41 am  

Chelsea score important away goal in Europa semis

Chelsea will take an away goal back to Stanford Bridge for the second leg of their Europa League semi-final against Eintracht Frankfurt after a 1-all draw in Germany.

Pedro scoring an equaliser for the Blues.

Manager Mauricio Sarri says they were unlucky to not come away with a win.



Arsenal beat Valencia 3-1 at the Emirates in their first leg semi-final.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:18 am  

Thursday, 2 May 2019

The South East of England is apparently the most plastic conscious region of the UK

82% of people in the area agree that the level of plastic packaging on food and drink products is “wholly unnecessary.”

Research by Ubamarket has been looking into consumer’s attitudes towards plastic waste.

The research also claims 42% of people there want to be more environmentally conscious but don’t know enough about recycling.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:17 pm  

Over 30,000 metric tonnes of baby related items made their way through Heathrow airport last year

Baby clothes topped the list at over 10,000 tonnes.

8,220 metric tonnes of baby food were also flown from Heathrow to other countries globally.

Other top children’s commodities included toys, blankets, furniture, baskets and nappies.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:15 pm  

Kingston council says it is committed to improving air quality and tackling climate change

Following letters from over 1,000 residents in the borough, the authority has made a number of changes.

Some of the changes include increasing the number of electric vehicle charging points and installing new safe cycle routes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:32 pm  

A 19 year old boy has gone missing from Wandsworth



Police say they’re concerned for the welfare of Cameron Malyon and want to know he’s safe.

He has links to Barnes, Kingston, Streatham and Carshalton.

Anyone with information is being asked to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:48 pm  

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is hoping to inspire his side using his own Europa League experience

They face Eintracht Frankfurt in the first leg of their semi-final in Germany at 8pm.

The Italian has good memories of success in the tournament from his time at Napoli.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 pm  

A man has been punched and had his bike stolen during an attack in East Molesey

The robbery took place around 4.40pm on the 25th of April in Esher Road at the junction with Orchard Lane.

The suspect rode off on the victim’s folding Brompton bike after the assault.

He’s described as white, around 28 years old and was wearing a long sleeve maroon polo-neck and white trainers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:36 pm  

Sutton United have appointed Matt Gray as their new manager.

He’s been the U’s head coach since December.

Chairman Bruce Elliot praised his “energy and enthusiasm”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Fulham's caretaker boss Scott Parker has confirmed he's yet to be offered the job on a permanent basis but says he's had good feedback from the owners.

They've won their last three Premier League matches, since their relegation from the top-flight was confirmed.

Parker admits he's desperate to be appointed the full-time manager.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Donald Findlater from the Lucy Faithfull Foundation talks to Jackie's Lucy Mayer

A national child protection charity based in Epsom launches its new awareness campaign today.

The Indecent Images Deterrents Campaign aims to draw attention to the scale of the problem of people looking at indecent images of children online.

Over 1,000 people in Surrey worried about their own online habits contacted the Lucy Faithfull Foundation last year.

Donald Findlater is an expert in child sexual abuse prevention with the charity.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Two people have appeared at the Old Bailey charged with the murder of a one month old baby in Mitcham

Eva Sanders died in September 2017, a day after she was admitted to hospital.

A 42-year-old woman and a man, who is 44, didn’t enter a plea and will re-appear at the court on the 19th of July.

A provisional trial date has been set for October.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

Chelsea and Arsenal will look to keep hopes of an all-English Europa League final alive tonight.

Arsenal host Spanish side Valencia in the first leg of their last-four tie.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are in Germany for their opening match against Eintracht Frankfurt.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A new exhibition celebrating The Beatles love affair with Twickenham has opened

“The Beatles in Twickenham” is a collection of photographs, films, artwork and memorabilia on display at The Exchange centre.

The Fab Four are better known for their Liverpudlian roots and their association with the Cavern Club.

Dr Richard Mills is a senior lecturer at St Mary’s University and a Beatles aficionado.

He tells Jackie's Lucy Mayer that London, and maybe even Twickenham, was the fifth Beatle.



For more details about the exhibition, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:06 pm  

A number of children will gather at Richmond Riverside after school this afternoon

They’ll be presenting 1,500 letters to Twickenham’s MP Sir Vince Cable.

The letters call for urgent action on plastic pollution.

14 year old Lucas Owen Holt, who started the campaign, says the idea came to him after he read a gut wrenching quote from a young child.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:58 am  

A millionaire who was jailed for selling a fake “miracle drug” has reportedly been complaining about prison conditions

David Noakes was recently released from Wandsworth Prison, and says the “hard beds” and “bad food” aged him, according to the Mail Online.

He was sentenced to 15 months in prison for claiming his drug, which was made from human blood, cured cancer, HIV and autism.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a collision in Hounslow

A pedestrian is in hospital after the incident in Hanworth Road at around quarter past eight.

The road is currently closed at Chapel Road, and is causing delays around the town centre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:03 am  

A union has announced that its members on the London Underground network will stage a three day strike over the weekend of the FA Cup final

Some maintenance and engineering workers will walk out from the 17th to the 19th of May.

It’s part of an ongoing row about safety on the tube network.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:32 am  

Pret A Manger has begun fully labelling ingredients after two customers died from allergic reactions

That includes 15 year old Nathasha Ednan-Laperouse from Fulham.

It's also removing allergens from dozens of its products as part of a five-point plan.

Staff who take special courses will also get pay rises after the chain was criticised for a lack of allergy information.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 am  

A national child protection charity based in Epsom launches its new awareness campaign today

The Indecent Images Deterrents Campaign aims to draw attention to the scale of the problem of people looking at indecent images of children online.

Over 1,000 people in Surrey worried about their own online habits contacted the Lucy Faithfull Foundation last year.

Donald Findlater is an expert in child sexual abuse prevention with the charity.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:16 am  

New Pedestrian Crossing coming to Wimbledon

Transport for London is set to trial a new type of pedestrian crossing in Wimbledon.

The idea is that the green man will always be on, except for when sensors pick up that traffic is coming, when the red man will appear.

It’s being rolled out at ten locations, including at Imperial Road outside Imperial Wharf Station, and at Queens Road by Wimbledon

Shopping Centre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:42 am  

Sutton Council apologises following concerns about care plans

Sutton Council has apologised following concerns about care plans for children with special needs.

Councillor Tom Drummond says independent lawyers had examined the guidelines, and they contained policies that were unlawful.

Councillor Marian James admitted there was out of date and incorrect information on the council’s website, and said officers have been
asked to remove them.

Nearly 500 people signed a petition calling on Ofsted to step in.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 am  

Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri expects Antonio Rudiger to be out of action for at least three months

The German defender's had to undergo surgery on a knee injury.

But Sarri's hopeful he can make a full recovery.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:55 pm  

Buskers across Kensington and Chelsea are being told to change their tune

The council is apparently planning to introduce a code of conduct for all street performers.

It’s after a number of complaints from residents allegedly about the same songs being played over and over again.

The Evening Standard, which has seen some of the complaints, says intervals of 45 minutes will also be introduced between acts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:26 pm  

Cardiff manager Neil Warnock has been fined £20,000 by the FA

It's after comments he made about referees.

He called them the "worst in the world" following their controversial Premier League defeat to Chelsea in March.

The Football Association say various interviews he gave after the match questioned the integrity of match officials or implied bias - and constituted improper conduct or brought the game into disrepute.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:44 pm  

A man from Worcester Park has been sentenced to six years for stealing £2.4 million from companies.

Dipak Shanker Rao defrauded two companies who owned the rights to rock band Deep Purple’s catalogue of hits.

The 71 y/o pleaded guilty at Guildford Crown Court to fraud by abuse of position and of laundering the proceeds of the fraud.

He was sentenced to six years and four months in jail.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Campaigners have lost a High Court challenge against plans for a third runway at Heathrow.

They claim it would effectively create a "new airport", having a "severe" impact on Londoners.

But judges rejected the arguments, ruling the plans are lawful.

The government says it will provide a massive economic boost to businesses, at no cost to the taxpayer and within our environmental obligations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

John Worboys charged with four sexual offences.

John Radford, formerly known as John Worboys, has been charged with four sexual offences against four people.

Scotland Yard says they relate to allegations of administering drugs with the intent of then assaulting the alleged victims.

It's claimed the crimes were committed between 2000 and 2008.

The 62-year-old's due to appear in court later this month.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Police are looking for a group of eight black teenagers suspected of a robbery in Richmond Park.

On the evening of Wednesday the 17th of April, two teenagers were surrounded around 50 metres from Richmond Park Gate.

No weapons were seen, and neither of the boys were injured.

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

Multiple fires have broken out across SW London.

A fire has broken out at a scaffolding yard in Croydon.

The cause of the blaze in Mitcham Road is not known at this stage.

Meanwhile, a second fire has broken out at a bungalow in Sutton.

Half of the roof is alight in Benhilton Gardens.

Crews from Sutton and Tooting are at the scene.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Campaigners have lost a High Court challenge against plans for a third runway at Heathrow.

The government backed the multi-million pound proposals last year.

But there were five challenges to them from the likes of Richmond Council and Greenpeace.

The airport is the busiest in Europe and is currently running at full capacity.

Paul McGuinness from the No 3rd Runway Coalition says a technicality meant the ruling went in the Government’s favour.



Jackie Clark, Chair of Stop Heathrow Expansion, the campaign group based in the areas that would be demolished to make way for a third runway, said:

“We’re disappointed but not defeated. We’ll supporting those who are likely to appeal this ruling and pursue legal action at the planning stage too, if necessary.

“Heathrow expansion is no more likely today than it was yesterday.

“As a local I’ve sat on the edge of my chair awaiting the end to this long saga but it goes on and on.

“It makes it hard to plan a life with my family and run my small business.”

Back Heathrow says expansion is “important” for the UK economy and jobs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

The anaesthetic team at Epsom and St Helier hospitals has received a prestigious award

The trust is one of only five in London whose team has been handed the Anaesthesia Clinical Services Accreditation for its care standards.

The team provides anaesthesia services for various types of surgery across the two hospitals.

These include in the delivery suites, A&E, trauma centres and chronic pain department.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Campaigners have lost a High Court challenge against plans for a third runway at Heathrow

The government backed the multi-million pound proposals last year - but activists are worried about what they'll mean for air quality, climate change and noise levels.

The London airport is the busiest in Europe and is currently running at full capacity.

Over the past seven weeks, the High Court has been hearing five legal challenges coming from groups including local councils and climate change activists.

Many of the grounds submitted were considered not arguable.

Friends of the Earth previously said that halting the plans would show we’re in a “climate emergency”.

It’s expected that appeals will be made against the judgement.

Heathrow says that expansion will "connect Britain to global growth" with thousands of new jobs and boost the economy.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

Robots are going to start mending the gas mains.

Britain’s largest gas distribution network is going to use the CISBOT technology in areas across South-West London.

The robot reportedly only needs one small exaction to access each 500m section of pipeline.

Cadent are rolling it out after successful trials on Oxford Street and The Strand.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:59 am  

Three members of the same family have been fined hundreds of pounds after pleading guilty to theft and fraud offences in Ewell.

Brothers Lenny and Jack Young were caught out after using a stolen debit card to pay for items at a petrol station.

CCTV footage also showed Jack, along with his father Leonard, taking scrap boilers and a spirit level from an address in Stoneleigh.

Lenny attempted to flee from officers during his arrest, breaking a window, and also pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:57 am  

Campaigners trying to block Heathrow Expansion have lost their challenge at the High Court

Over the past seven weeks, the High Court has been hearing five legal challenges to the 14 billion pound plan.

Four cases related to undue consideration being given to the environment, noise, and climate change.

Friends of the Earth previously said that halting the plans would show we’re in a “climate emergency”.

It’s expected that appeals will be made against the judgement.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:07 am  

We’re expecting a result on Heathrow expansion at 10 o’clock

The High Court has been hearing five legal challenges to a third runway for the past 7 weeks.

They’ve been brought by the likes of Greenpeace and Richmond and Wandsworth Councils.

Four of the claimants’ cases relate to undue consideration being given to the environment, noise and climate change.

It is expected that appeals will be made against the judgments regardless of what they are.

Campaigners from the No 3rd Runway Coalition, and other organisations, are gathering outside the court ahead of the judgement.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 am  

Croydon Tramlink drivers are on strike today

ASLEF union members are in a dispute with the operators over pay and time off.

A reduced service will be running throughout the course of today.

We’ll have a full travel update in 20 minutes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 am  

Firefighters spent the night battling a fire at a hotel and spa in Richmond Hill



The brigade were called at around half past six, and had it under control by half past one.

The fire was in an annexe building at the Harbour Hotel, and the whole roof of the spa and part of the third floor of the hotel were alight.

There were no reports of any injuries, and the cause is under investigation.

Credit: LFB
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

Chelsea Defender David Luiz has his say.

Chelsea defender David Luiz says his side want to win the Europa League.

The London club are away to Eintracht Frankfurt tomorrow night in their semi-final first leg, knowing the competition winners automatically qualify for next year's Champions League.

Luiz tells Sky Sports News, clubs like Chelsea expect to challenge for Europe's top honours.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:35 am  

Tuesday, 30 April 2019

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has officially opened Hounslow Council’s new headquarters

The authority’s old Civic Centre building is being turned into housing.

Leader of the Council Steve Curran was at this morning’s unveiling.

He says residents have got a “good deal.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:20 pm  

Fire has broken out at a hotel spa in Richmond

The blaze started earlier this evening at around 6.25 in Richmond Hill.

There have been no reports of any injuries but half of the roof of the building is currently alight.

The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 pm  

Surrey Police is overhauling the way it records lower level offences involving a knife or bladed article

The force says it’s to ensure it has “a complete picture of the scale of the problem” in the county.

A recent review of all knife related crime for the last year showed that serious knife crime offences are clearly recorded.

But other offences, such as anti-social behaviour, where a knife or bladed article was carried or used were not being captured in the data.

Surrey is partnering up with other authorities including the council to make sure all information is clearly recorded.

It is estimated that police data only accounts for about 40% of the overall problem.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:38 pm  

A man is in custody on suspicion of carrying a knife in Croydon

24 year old Connor Harrison was stopped on Dingwall Road last Tuesday.

Police say that cannabis and a blade over 10 centimetres long were found when they searched him.

He’s pleading not guilty to criminal charges, and will appear in court on Thursday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:20 pm  

Thousands of pounds worth of musical instruments have been stolen from Ewell Castle School.



It happened sometime between 8pm on Thursday and 2pm on Friday, after thieves broke into an outbuilding.

Some items were recovered yesterday, but items including cymbals and a guitar amplifier remain missing.

Police are asking anyone who’s been offered musical instruments for sale to get in touch with them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Wimbledon Tennis is going digital.

Fans will no longer need to use pen, paper and a stamped addressed envelope to apply for tickets.

The change won’t come into force until next year’s tournament.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Two people have appeared at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court charged with the murder of a one month old baby in Mitcham

Eva Sanders died in September 2017, a day after she was admitted to hospital.

A 42-year-old woman and a man, who is 44, have been remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on Thursday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:05 pm  

Four people have been arrested after a number of cars and car parts were discovered at a farm in Chertsey.

A number of searches have been carried out at Green Acres Farm.

The cars are believed to have been stolen.

A police cordon remains in place while identification and examination takes place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:38 pm  

International hockey player James Gall has been named as an official ambassador for charity Cardiac Risk in the Young @support_CRY

James, from Surbiton, started working with the charity after he lost two friends including fellow hockey player Emma Broad, to un-diagnosed heart conditions.

The Leatherhead based charity, known as CRY, offers emotional and clinical support following a sudden cardiac death in a young person.

23 year old James tells us all about his role as an ambassador.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

An anti-Heathrow-Expansion campaign group have unveiled their proposals for reducing the impact of noise.

HACAN developed them in conjunction with the airport and Air Traffic Control.

The ideas largely come down to spreading the flight paths out over a wider area.

In detail, the proposals are to:

1) Make the area that aircraft use start their final approach much wider. The report says this has become more narrow in recent years.
2) Increase the variation in departure routes, away from one single “centreline”.
3) Promote fairer night flight arrival distribution
4) Reduce simultaneous overflight by both Heathrow and London City arrivals.

A Heathrow spokesperson said:

“We welcome the suggestions put forward by HACAN. They can be reassured that we are already looking closely at how we can distribute noise and provide respite more fairly as a key consideration in our airspace design and ongoing work to reduce noise impacts. Modernising the UK’s airspace network is a huge opportunity to coordinate our approach with other airports, including London City. We will work with other airports, airlines and NATS to get the best results for communities impacted by our operations.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:16 pm  

There’s been a 6% decrease in burglaries across Surrey over the last year.

New figures from Surrey Police show there were 419 fewer offences recorded up to the end of March this year.

Surrey has the 8th lowest level of burglary nationally per 1,000 households.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Wimbledon tennis singles champions will win £2.3 million this year, which is an increase of £100,000 on last year’s event.

The total prize money across the tournament will be £38 million, a rise of 11.8%

This year will also see a retractable roof on Court One for the first time.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 pm  

Businesses in Richmond are being offered advice on how they can change the shopping habits of customers.

A representative from Save the High Street will be on hand to answer questions at a meeting today.

It’ll focus on the impact of the internet on trading as well as the new Retail Business Rates Relief Scheme.

The free support session, organised by the council is taking this afternoon at York House.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

The English Football League says Bolton's Championship match against Brentford won't go ahead this week

Saturday's fixture was postponed after Bolton's players refused to play due to unpaid wages.

A meeting will be held between EFL board members on Thursday to determine when the fixture can be played.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

London's Mayor speaks to Jackie News about the ULEZ success and reiterates his plans to extend it in 2021

London’s Mayor is declaring the Ultra Low Emission Zone a success just one month since its launch.

Provisional data for the first two weeks of the ULEZ shows 70% of vehicles met the tougher emissions standards.

This means they have not had to pay the £12.50-a-day levy.

Speaking to us from the launch of Hounslow Council’s new corporate offices, Sadiq Khan reiterated his plans to extend the scheme.

He says the success of a low emission bus zone in Putney proves the benefits.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:32 pm  

A distinctive pink van has been stolen from a house in Weybridge



The mobile coffee and cake van was stolen at some point between the 16th and 19th of April.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:39 am  

A 35 year old man from Wandsworth is in custody following a trespass incident at West Brompton Station

The British Transport Police were called just after six to reports of a man on the tracks.

One person on Twitter said they had to wait an hour and half to get off their train during the holdup.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

The former boss of Sutton United has found his new job near Portsmouth

Paul Doswell left Sutton earlier this month, and is now head of Havant and Waterlooville.

He reportedly left the Us due to the length of the commute from his home in Winchester to London.

He says his goal is to get the Hawks back in the National League, and “put smiles back on people’s faces”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:03 am  

Over a thousand children across Richmond are writing to Government to call for urgent action on plastic pollution

This latest campaign has been created by 14 year old Orleans Park School pupil Lucas Owen Holt.

He says he recognises how much is already being done by the UK to combat plastic use, but it’s still not enough.



Lucas says his campaign has received the seal of approval from his inspiration, Sir David Attenborough, who turns 93 next Wednesday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 am  

A person has been arrested on suspicion of trespass on the railway, following an incident at West Brompton

Severe delays were caused on the Overground and District lines after a person was seen on the tracks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 am  

Two people from Mitcham will appear in court today charged with the murder of a one month old baby

Eva Sanders died in September 2017, a day after she was admitted to hospital.

A 42-year-old woman and a man, who is 44, are due at Wimbledon Magistrates’.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

A conservationist has suggested pet cats should be kept indoors, to stop them killing birds.

Tony Duckett, who works for the Royal Parks, made the suggestion on Twitter saying they are responsible for millions of deaths.

But Battersea Dogs and Cats Home disagrees saying outdoor access provides great opportunities for cats to display natural "feline behaviour."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:06 am  

Monday, 29 April 2019

The Marsden March has been re-scheduled.

High winds and rain forced the cancellation of the annual event back in March; it’ll now take place on Sunday the 19th of May.

The popular event sees walkers stroll between the cancer charity’s two hospitals in Sutton and Chelsea to raise money.

Following the cancellation, many participants decided to go ahead their own walks so they could still collect their fundraising money.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has appeared for the first time in five years in a video released by the group.

In it he talks about the recent Sri Lanka bombings.

Daniel Linsey and his sister Amelie were killed as they ate Breakfast at the Shangri-La hotel on Easter Sunday.

Amelie was a pupil at Godolphin and Latymer School in Hammersmith.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi can be seen seated on the floor with what looks like a machine gun propped up next to him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Investigations are continuing after a plane en-route to Chicago from Heathrow declared an emergency this morning.

United Airlines flight 929 had to turn back as it travelled over Wales after smoke was allegedly spotted in the cabin.

In a statement on its website, the airline said it was looking into a “technical error.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A man from Wandsworth has pleaded guilty to manslaughter by means of diminished responsibility after killing his wife.



Naseer Khan appeared in custody at Croydon Crown Court earlier.

The 67 year old has been hospitalised under the Mental Health Act.

He was arrested after the body of his wife, Tasneem Sheikh, was found at her home address on Balham Park Road.

A post-mortem gave the cause of death as a head injury with underlying coronary artery disease.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Sri Lanka has introduced a ban on face veils in public.

It’s as police continue to investigate a spate of bombings in the country’s capital on Easter Sunday.

250 people died in the attacks including teenagers Amelie and Daniel Linsey from Hammersmith.

Dr Rakib Ehsan is a Research Fellow in the Centre on Radicalisation & Terrorism at the Henry Jackson Society.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Two people from Mitcham have been charged with the murder of a one-month old baby.

Eva Sanders died in September 2017, a day after she was admitted to hospital.

A 42-year-old woman and a man, who is 44, will appear in court tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home disagrees with suggestion cats "should be kept inside."

A conservationist has suggested pet cats should be kept indoors, to stop them killing birds.

Tony Duckett, who works for the Royal Parks in London, made the suggestion on Twitter claiming they are responsible for millions of deaths.

But Battersea Dogs and Cats Home disagrees saying outdoor access provides great opportunities for cats to display natural "feline behaviour."

Sophie Ottley, from the charity, says it's unfair to blame the pets.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Over 300 bags of rubbish have been cleared from Croydon’s streets this month alone.

It’s as part of the Council’s “Don’t Mess With Croydon – Take Pride” campaign.

So called Street Champions have organised 19 litter picks over the past month, coinciding with the Great British Spring Clean.

Over 200 people joined the litter picks which took place across the borough.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:46 pm  

Last year’s Surrey Cricket League Premier Division runners-up Sutton Challengers have started the new season with a win.

They scored 239 for 9 and then restricted Surrey Warriors to 199 for 8 to record a 40 run win.

St Luke's beat London Gymkhana by 96 runs in Raynes Park.

Promoted Ploughmans began life in Division One with a comfortable 9 wicket win over Surrey Warriors A.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

Surrey Police has cleared up the mystery of a car which mounted the pavement and ended up wedged against a shop front in Cobham.



Photos of the accident started circulating on social media over the weekend.

Some assumed it was part of a stunt by stunt-man Rocky Taylor who was signing copies of his latest book in the town at the time.

However, he quickly confirmed it wasn’t anything to do with him.

Surrey Police says it was actually an accident and the driver concerned wasn’t injured.

Here's their statement; ‘We attended following reports of an overturned car in Cobham High Street 10.10am on the 27th of April. Damage caused to metal railings, driver uninjured and recovery arranged.’

Photo credit: Brian Chaston

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

A new round of strikes will be held at Lambeth College this week.

It’s part of an ongoing row over pay and conditions.

The University and College Union claims staff have seen the value of their pay decline by 25% over the last decade.

There will be picket lines at the entrances on the Clapham site tomorrow and Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Manchester United defender Eric Bailly's been ruled out for the rest of the season and this summer's Africa Cup of Nations.

The Ivory Coast international suffered a medial ligament injury in yesterday's Premier League draw with Chelsea.

United finish the campaign with games against Huddersfield and Cardiff.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:55 pm  

Environmentalists in Richmond will once again take part in a mass litter pick this June.

But it’ll be a clean-up with a difference.

Those taking part in the litter pick will be paddle-boaring.

The aim of Get on Board 2019 is to highlight the problem of plastic pollution in our waterways.

The organisers are hoping to make this year’s event even bigger and are calling for as many as 300 paddle-boarders to take part.

It’s taking place between Kew and Richmond Bridges at 6pm on June the 21st.

Those wishing to take part need to sign up to a few safety lessons first.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

Drivers aren’t going to be able to access Richmond Park from the Kingston side for a month.

Kingston Gate is to shut to allow the council to install a zebra crossing and speed bump in Queen’s Road.

The closure began today with diversions in place.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 pm  

School children in Egham buried a time capsule earlier.

Youngsters from St Jude’s filled it with keepsakes such as a newspaper, drawings and letters about their hopes for the future.

It was buried at Cooper’s Hill, where a new retirement home has just been completed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:20 pm  

Black people in London are being urged to register to give blood, after figures showed a shortage of donors.

New figures show they make up just 5% of the donor base.

Black people are ten times more likely than white people to have the Ro blood sub-type, which is key for treating sickle cell disease.

Around 4,000 more are needed London-wide over the next year, including at the centre in Tooting.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

A man from Southfields who allegedly had a video of a live crucifixion on his phone has appeared in court charged with terror offences.

20 year old Maiser Abdula was arrested last week, after having been stopped coming into the country at Dover in February.

The Kingston University student didn't enter a plea and is due at another hearing next month.

He’ll next appear at Oxford Crown Court on May the 10th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Oti Mabuse says she would rather dance than take the place of Dame Darcey Bussell on the "Strictly Come Dancing" panel.

She's told Hello magazine she would prefer to continue her choreography and performance work.

Wimbledon resident Dame Darcey isn't returning to Strictly, sparking speculation as to who will replace her.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

The hunt is on to find the person or people responsible for vandalising the front of a café in Kingston with graffiti.



The Riverside Café on the Portsmouth road has been hit three times in the space of a week.

The latest round of tagging has ruined the café’s famous swan artwork.

Meanwhile, residents living near the Old Malden Community Mosaic, which was only unveiled last month, say it too has been tagged.

Anyone with information should call police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri didn't appear to be too concerned over the future of Eden Hazard after their draw with Manchester United

Hazard is entering the final year of his contract and has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge.

But Sarri says it hasn't affected his performance levels.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:50 am  

A Japanese fungus that’s resistant to drugs has claimed eight lives across UK Hospitals since it was first identified

Public Health England says it wasn’t the cause of death though, as the patients were already seriously ill.

Candida Auris reached the UK in 2015, closing the Royal Brompton Hospital in Chelsea for 11 days after an outbreak.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

Carshalton Athletic completed their first Bostik Premier League season in five years as runners-up after winning their battle of play-off hopefuls last Saturday.



Last season's Bostik South champions hosted Bishop's Stortford at Colston Avenue and a victory for either side would've guaranteed a place in this season's play-offs, but it was the Robins celebrating at full-time.

A 2-1 win, courtesy of goals via Harry Ottaway and Ricky Korboa, plus other results going their way meant Carshalton climbed up to second place and secured home advantage in the play-off semi-finals.

That match with be against Merstham whom overtook Stortford into fifth place by seeing off Worthing 4-2 in West Sussex.

The winners of that tie will then contest the play-off final against either Tonbridge Angels or Haringey Borough.

Carshalton Athletic vs Merstham is on Thursday at Colston Avenue; kick-off 7.45pm.

Photo credit: Chris Bushe
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

A plane from Heathrow to Chicago has turned back after just 20 minutes, after sounding a general emergency

There was reportedly smoke in the cabin of United flight UA929, which has since cleared.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

Firefighters are continuing to investigate a fire at an old coal depot near Heathrow Airport yesterday

As well as some industrial equipment, 15 vans and 3 articulated lorries were alight.

The brigade took more than 55 calls to the fire.

There are no reports of any injuries, and the cause is not yet known.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

Commuters warned about parking space shortages at Weybridge station

Commuters are being warned about a shortage of car parking spaces at Weybridge station over the next few days.

It’s because of improvement works taking place in Heath North car park.

Drivers are being urged to use the other commuter car parks at Walton and Hersham stations instead.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:17 am  

Chelsea Women miss out on first Champions League final

Chelsea’s have failed in their bid to reach a first Women’s Champions League final.

They drew 1-all with Lyon yesterday in their return semi-final game at Kingsmeadow and lost 3-2 on aggregate.

The Blues won’t win any trophies this season and midfielder Erin Cuthbert says they can’t hide their disappointment.



Meanwhile Arsenal have won the Women’s Super League title following their 4-nil win over Brighton before a record crowd of 5-thousand-265 at the Amex Stadium.

It’s the Gunners first League title since 2012.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 am  

Sunday, 28 April 2019

Chelsea are out of the Women's Champions League after being beaten by Lyon 3-2 on aggregate in the semi-final.

The west London club trailed 2-1 from the first match, but failed to overturn the deficit as the second-leg in Kingston finished 1-1.

Lyon will play Barcelona in the final.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

The Heathrow Express train line has now reopened.

It was shut after a major fire at an old coal depot in West Drayton, which lies near the railway.

At its height, 70 firefighters were tackling the blaze in West London.

No one was injured but several vans and lorries were set alight.

As of yet the cause of the fire is not known.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A 20 year-old man from Wimbledon has been charged on suspicion of terrorist offences.

Maiser Abdula was arrested on Wednesday.

He's accused of having a document likely to be useful to someone committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

The South London resident will appear before Westminster Magistrates’ Court tomorrow.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Four people have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder in Woking.

A man in his forties was taken to hospital with serious injuries after a hit-and-run on Cherry Street on Thursday evening.

Police say the pedestrian was driven at deliberately.

2 men in their twenties are in custody, while a 26 year old woman and 53 year old man have been released on bail pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

Chelsea lie in fourth in the table after a 1-1 draw with Manchester United.

The Blues went behind when former player Juan Mata bagged a goal.

But Marcos Alonso equalised after another error from goalkeeper David De Gea.

The West London side are still in the driving seat to qualify for the Champions League.

They’re two points ahead of 5th placed Arsenal, who lost to Leicester earlier.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 pm  

Around 70 firefighters are tackling a blaze at a warehouse in West Drayton


A container storage yard is alight, along with several vehicles.

Residents have been told to keep windows shut because of the smoke.

A nearby rail line for Heathrow-bound trains has been shut.

There are no reports of any injuries.

However a drone photo from the London Fire Brigade shows there has been damage to the site.




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

A 24 year old man from Epsom is almost half way through a 27 day solo run for the NSPCC

Jack Lancefield is running from John O’Groats to Land’s End.

That’s a massive 950 miles over 27 days.



You can keep up to date with Jack’s challenge by following him on Twitter @JackLancefield
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:32 pm  

Building work is to start soon on the new Sands End Arts and Community Centre in Fulham

The brand new centre will be built in and around the currently disused Clancarty Lodge in South Park.

Construction of the new building is expected to start in June and the new centre is scheduled to open next year.

Funding has come from Thames Tideway and Chelsea FC.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:18 pm  

A fire in Stoneleigh yesterday evening has left six families homeless

The blaze spread rapidly across terraced houses in Rembrandt Court at around 6.30pm.

This resident, whose home was damaged by the fire, says she’s still in shock.




An investigation into the cause of the fire is ongoing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:23 pm  

A ground-breaking initiative to help homeless people in Hammersmith and Fulham find work has been launched

The council is the first in Britain to partner with Beam.

The company crowd-funds employment training for homeless people to help them get into work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:12 pm  

A Quins Rugby player is remembered today as his friend runs the London Marathon in his honour

Seb Adeniran-Olule was killed in a car collision three years ago.

His mum Liz set up Seb’s Foundation with the aim of removing barriers so youngsters can fulfil their academic and sporting potential.

Will Brinkley runs today’s marathon with the aim of raising £5,000 for the Foundation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:10 pm  

Hampton High has made history

It has been labelled “good” following an inspection by Ofsted last month; the first time it’s received this rating.

The regulator had particular praise for the school’s pupil behaviour and teachers’ subject knowledge.

Hampton High joined the Richmond West Schools’ Trust in 2016.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:52 am  

A huge house fire started yesterday evening in Stoneleigh with six other properties being badly affected

A huge house fire started yesterday evening in Stoneleigh with other properties being badly affected.

An eye witness said he heard a loud explosion

Surrey Fire and Rescue say four houses were completely destroyed.

Our reporter Luke Williams reports from the scene.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:32 am  

One of the first police officers at the scene of the London Bridge terrorist attack will run the London Marathon today

31 year old Leon McLeod began to suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and anxiety after the atrocity in 2017.

He’s running with the hope of raising £10,000 for PTSD999.

The Croydon based charity helps people in the emergency services and military who suffer from PTSD.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:20 am  

EU citizens living in Richmond who want to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme can now do so via a new scanning service.

It allows applicants to complete the ID verification process in person and keep their passport whilst their application is being considered.

The service is provided by the council’s Register Office free of charge to residents of the borough.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:23 am  

This year’s London marathon is going to be a special one for Wallington’s David Weir

The 39 year old wheelchair racer was concussed following a car accident last December then hospitalised with cellulitis.

Weir says he is hungry to win his home marathon describing the race as ‘bringing him back from the brink’ especially having suffered from depression.

The eight time London winner is feeling confident ahead of the race which starts at 9.05 am.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:37 am  

There will be record number of participants at this years marathon

A record number of applications at this year’s marathon will see more than 40,000 participants at the 39th London Marathon today.

The 26.2 mile race will see athletes, celebrities and elite amateurs will compete against each other, passing many of London’s iconic

landmarks along the way

It gets underway at 9.05am with two time former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray firing the starting gun.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:54 am  

Update - Fire in Stoneleigh is under control but investigations continue

Surrey Fire and Rescue say a large house fire that started last night in Stanleigh is under control.

Fire crews will remain at the scene to ensure that no hot spots occur.

The fire started yesterday evening with six other surrounding properties being badly affected.

Fire investigations will continue to ascertain the cause of the blaze.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:52 am  

Stoneleigh fire update: Operation being scaled down

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service say a large house fire in Stoneleigh is being brought under control and the incident is now being scaled down.

Three fire engines and the aerial ladder platform from Leatherhead remain at the scene.

The fire started yesterday evening with six other surrounding properties being badly affected.

Chris Webb from the Stoneleigh Residents Association told us why the fire spread so rapidly.



St John's Parish Centre has been opened as a refuge for those affected by the fire.
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