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Saturday, 15 June 2019

Murder investigation launched in Wandsworth


Detectives have launched a murder investigation following a stabbing in Wandsworth.

Police were called to Deeside Road on the afternoon of Friday 14th of June following reports of a man stabbed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:14 pm  

New wave of London stabbings

Police have made 14 arrests after five separate attacks in London left three men dead and three others injured in the space of 24 hours.

An 18-year-old man was stabbed to death at about quarter to five on Friday in Wandsworth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:11 pm  

Kingston local plays rugby at 17,600ft!

A Kingston local has set a world record for the highest ever game of touch rugby!

Lesley Davies took part in a 7-a-side game at the base camp of Mount Everest, raising £400,000 for the Wooden Spoon Charity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:12 pm  

Police are trying to find a member of the public who helped them with an arrest in Streatham.

Yesterday evening a female officer was assaulted and received cuts and bruises when she tried to detain a 15-year-old boy.

It was suspected that he and another teenager had stolen a moped.

A male civilian assisted and helped cuff the teen but left before his details could be taken.

He is “no way considered a suspect,” but the Met would like to speak to him as a witness.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:53 pm  

Police are appealing for help finding a woman who breached a non-molestation order.

It’s a type of injunction which bars someone from intimidating, harassing or pestering a person.

46-year-old Adama Dodson is known to frequent Kew and Richmond.

If you see her or have any information, call 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:58 pm  

The Kingston branch of Diabetes UK has won a top honour at the charity’s annual awards ceremony.

It received the Inspire Award for its work in the community and research towards helping those with the condition.

Kingston Hospital also received praise for its help with the programme as monthly meetings are hosted at its education centre.

The next meeting will take place on Tuesday and will be dealing with issues surrounding diabetes in pregnancy and sexual health.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:56 pm  

A man has been jailed for drug offences just two months after being released from prison.

24-year-old Ashrafur Rahman was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs.

Mr Rahman was a passenger in a car which was stopped by police in Leatherhead on May 1.

He was already on licence after being sentenced to two years in August 2018 for perverting the course of justice.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:55 pm  

It might not be the first place you think of for relaxing, but mindfulness is being practised in Brompton Cemetery.

The NHS describes it as paying more attention to your own thoughts feelings and the world around you in order to improve your mental wellbeing.

Royal Parks, which manages the cemetery, says the free sessions will work well there because of the “serene surroundings.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

The MP for Tooting says her heart goes out to the family of a teenager who was killed in her constituency.

Emergency services were called to Deeside Road to reports of a stabbing at around half 4 yesterday afternoon.

The victim, believed to be in his late teens, died at the scene.

Dr Rosena Allin-Khan spoke to residents on the nearby Aboyne Estate at length.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Mitcham residents have found themselves without gas and water this morning.

A bridge has collapsed on the A217 Bishopsford Road near the junction of Riverside Drive causing damage to a gas pipe and water main.

The utility companies have switched off supplies to the area.

Services are expected to be back on by this evening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:58 pm  

A Detective Sergeant has been dismissed following a misconduct hearing.

Andrew Wickens was attached to the Met’s South Area Command Unit, which operates in Croydon and Sutton.

It was alleged that DS Wickens had behaved in a physically inappropriate manner towards a female colleague on two separate occasions.

Based on the evidence, a panel found him guilty of gross misconduct.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Champions Franco Surrey Seamers will look to get their Surrey Cricket League Premier Division title defence back on track this afternoon when they host Surrey Warriors at Tolworth Court.

The Seamers lost last time out to St Lukes but have a game in hand.

There’s a top of the table clash in Division One when leaders Croydon take on second placed Ploughmans at the Dulwich Sports Ground.
All matches start at 1pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Wandsworth Council will be running two events next week as part of national clean air day.

Residents will be able to have a go at roller-racing, in which riders compete against each other on stationary bikes.

The council is also looking to improve air quality by getting cleaner buses and installing more car charging points.

If you’d like to join in, you can go to St George’s hospital on Monday or Southside Shopping Centre on Tuesday.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Men who open up about their gambling habits will get a free haircut at Sandown Park in Esher today.

Charity Gamble Aware’s “bet regret” barbershop is currently travelling the country.

92% of young men, the highest risk group for gambling addiction according to the charity, go to a barbers at least once a month.

‘Bet Regret’ is the feeling of remorse when an impulsive bet is made, particularly when chasing losses, drunk or bored.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 am  

Young people in Hounslow are being urged to volunteer with the council’s Youth Offending Service.

People over 18 are being asked if they’d consider representing vulnerable youngsters at Referral Order community panel meetings.

Referral Orders are given to most 10 to 17 year olds pleading guilty for the first time in court.

Full training is provided, with the authority saying all you need is “common sense and a positive outlook on life and young people.”

After training, volunteers need to be available for panel meetings usually twice a month.

Expenses are provided to help cover the costs of childcare and travel.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Chelsea coach Carlo Cudicini says he won't leave with manager Maurizio Sarri.

It's understood the Premier League club have agreed compensation for Sarri to leave West London to take up the Juventus job.

Derby boss - and Chelsea legend - Frank Lampard has been heavily linked with taking over from the Italian.

Cudicini says he's keen to stay.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 am  

A Battersea murder is linked to a rape investigation.

A 24-year-old man and a 17-year-old girl have been arrested on suspicion of murder, after a man's death was linked to an earlier rape inquiry.

43 year old Adrian Murphy was discovered in Battersea on the 4 June but a post-mortem failed to determine how he died.

Police have linked it to a rape allegation where a man was drugged and his flat ransacked.

The male suspect has been bailed and will have to attend a police station at a later date. The teenage girl has been released but is still under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:33 am  

Photo of suspects is released in a Waterloo station robbery.


Detectives investigating a violent robbery at London Waterloo station have released CCTV images of two men they wish to speak to.

On 24th March a man was assaulted and had items of personal belongings taken from him.

The two suspects then ran off towards Waterloo Bridge and the IMAX.

If you have information about this incident, you can contact British Transport Police by sending a text to 61016 or by calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 1900024073. You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:34 am  

Friday, 14 June 2019

A council tax scam is doing the rounds in Wandsworth.

The authority is warning residents to be on the lookout for the fraudsters who claim to be able to secure them a refund.

They then steal your personal information and bank details.

Conmen are contacting residents by text, email and phone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:43 pm  

A man believed to be in his late teens has been stabbed to death.

Officers were called to Deeside Road in Earlsfield this afternoon and found the victim in a critical condition but he died at the scene.

Six males have been arrested on suspicion of murder and taken to separate police stations for questioning.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 pm  

Fire broke out in a flat in Croydon earlier.

Part of a four-roomed flat on the first floor of a four-storey block in Coombe Road was damaged by the blaze.

There were no reports of any injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

Apprentices working at Croydon Council are now being paid the London Living Wage.

It means they’re receiving at least £10.55 an hour.

It’s part of the council’s own “100 in 100 campaign,” which aims to fill 100 apprenticeship vacancies in 100 days.

The authority says the campaign gives employers the opportunity to increase productivity and reduce training and recruitment costs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 pm  

A 22 year old from Putney is trying to end the stigma associated with mental health problems in boys and men.

Kyle Stanger has launched “Boys Get sad Too.”

He says growing up around people who had mental health struggles made him feel helpless.

Kyle also says we can all help by giving up our stereotypical views of men.

To find out more, go to www.boysgetsadtoo.com

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 pm  

Boris Johnson says he will take part in a TV debate with his Tory leadership rivals.

It appears he won't be involved in the first one on Sunday, but has signed up to one on Tuesday after MPs vote for a second time.

There are now six Tories in the running, after Health Secretary Matt Hancock dropped out.

They include Esher and Walton MP Dominic Rabb and Rory Stewart.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:57 pm  

Strike action will go ahead on South Western Railway next week.

5 days of walkouts are scheduled to start on Tuesday.

They have been organised by the RMT union.

SWR said this afternoon that planned talks to avert the strike have been refused by the union.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:49 pm  

A man and a teenager have been arrested over the suspicious death of a man in Battersea, which police say is linked to an alleged rape.

43 year old Adrian Murphy was found dead at a block of flats last week.

Officers are connecting his death to a sexual assault in Walthamstow days before.

The 24 year-old man has been bailed, and the 17 year-old girl has been released under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Chelsea have reportedly agreed compensation for Maurizio Sarri to take over as the Italian club's new manager.

It's understood they'll receive £5-million pounds for Sarri, who led the Londoners to the Europa League in his first season in charge.

Reporter Kaveh Solhekol says it could open up a return to Stamford Bridge for Frank Lampard.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Over 15 tonnes of rubbish has been cleared from a single street in Stanwell.

A team of officers from Spelthorne Council, A2Dominion and Heathrow Rangers spent a week revitalising Viola Avenue.

One resident commented she had placed a single mattress outside her house for collection, only to find three more next to it in the morning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

The Met Police is asking Extinction Rebellion protesters to ‘seriously reconsider’ shutting down Heathrow Airport on Tuesday.

It is believed the group will try and disrupt aircraft by flying drones over the runway.

Specialist police officers and equipment will be used to try and stop any drone activity.

These protests come as an escalation from the central London protests that happened in April.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:50 pm  

Norbiton based Fire Brigades' Union has warned no "significant" changes have been made in fire safety since #Grenfell

It's exactly two years since the blaze in west London, which killed 72 people.

More than 300 high rise blocks are still covered in flammable cladding.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Hounslow has been granted a borough injunction against illegal traveller camps.

The authority has seen 38 over the past 18 months.

The High Court has granted a temporary Injunction Order of three months to stop illegal incursions on council-owned land.

The Order will enable the council and police to take immediate steps to move on or arrest those responsible for illegal incursions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Streatham MP Chuka Umunna's speech in full

Chuka Umunna says he was wrong to assume the public wanted a new centrist party, when he quit Labour to co-form Change UK.

The MP's now left that party too, and has joined the Liberal Democrats.

He's been explaining why.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

Detectives believe a suspicious death of a man in Battersea may be linked to a sexual assault in Walthamstow

43 year old Adrian Murphy was found dead at a block of flats in Lombard Road last Tuesday evening.

However, his death is now being linked to an incident on the 30th of May in North East London, where a man was drugged by a man he met online.

A teenage girl and a 24 year old man have been arrested on suspicion of murder and theft.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:59 pm  

Richmond's Civic Centre re-opens after nearby fire caused it to close


Pic credit: @Jackckckk

Firefighters have left the scene of a fire in Twickenham.

Richmond Road and York Street were closed off for a time after three cylinders in a nearby shed caught fire.



The council is advising people to avoid the area.

Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest news and travel.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is expected to be confirmed as the new Juventus manager today.

The Premier League club are believed to have agreed a deal with the Italian champions.

Chelsea are set to receive more than 5 million pounds in compensation as Sarri has only been at Stamford Bridge for one season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:48 am  

A man has been charged with six offences relating to a racist incident on a bus in New Malden

Last Friday at 4.30pm, a man caught the 131 bus from Worple Road towards Kingston.

He was said to be racially abusive to passengers at the bus stop and on the bus, which lead to an altercation at Kingston Road.

If you have any information, contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

It's believed Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will be announced as the new Juventus manager within the next 24 hours

The Premier League club have reportedly agreed a deal in principle with the Italian champions.

Chelsea are set to receive more than five million pounds in compensation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:10 am  

The former Labour and Change UK MP, Chuka Umunna, is joining the Lib Dems

He previously described the party as untrustworthy - and said their policies, while in coalition with the Tories, were "utterly unforgivable”.

However, during the European elections, he called a pact with the also pro-remain Lib Dems “sensible”.

Leader Sir Vince Cable says he will be a “great asset" to the party.

In his Streatham constituency at the last general election, the Liberal Democrats came third, receiving only a tenth of the votes that Labour did.

Labour Party Chairman Ian Lavery says “"Three parties in as many months....who's next?” and called for a by-election.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 am  

Today marks two years since the Grenfell tower disaster

72 people died when fire broke out at the 24 storey tower in North Kensington in the early hours of June the 14th 2017.

More than 70 others were injured and 223 people escaped.

Today, the Norbiton based Fire Brigades Union is calling for
“heartfelt reflection and determined action.”

It says the blaze was “wholly preventable” and firefighters risked their own lives to save others in a fire nobody had planned for.

They are calling on the government to take immediate action.

The FBU says after two years, the Grenfell Tower Inquiry has delivered no answers.

It’s delivered a dire warning saying “as things stand, we risk sleepwalking into another catastrophic loss of life.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 am  

Chelsea to begin new season with tough assignment

Chelsea’s new manager will start the new Premier League season with a tough assignment at Manchester United on August 11th.

The Blues, who’ve begun their search for a successor to Juventus target Maurizio Sarri, visit Old Trafford in the standout game of the opening weekend of the 2019-20 season.

Crystal Palace begin their campaign at home to Everton.

The fixtures were announced yesterday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:15 am  

Many questions remain two years after Grenfell Tower fire

The front of Ten Downing Street has been lit-up in green in tribute to the 72 victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

It'll stay illuminated until dawn this morning - the two year anniversary of the disaster in west London.

A memorial service is also being held at the nearby St Helen's Church in North Kensington and wreaths will be laid by the tower block.

Karim Mussilhy is from Grenfell United, which represents some survivors and bereaved families, he says emotions are still raw.



Meanwhile on the eve of the tragedy campaigners beamed a warning on to a tower block near Grenfell Tower.

The words “two years after Grenfell, this block still has no sprinklers” were projected in green on to the side of Frinstead House a 20-storey block in Notting Hill.

Similar messages highlighting safety concerns were also projected on to tower blocks in Manchester and Newcastle.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:28 am  

Thursday, 13 June 2019

Eden Hazard has officially been unveiled as a Real Madrid player following his 130-million pound move from Chelsea

The Belgium captain was welcomed by thousands of fans at the Bernabeu.

Hazard says he's joined a "team of stars" - and hopes to "write another page in the history of the club".
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:59 pm  

Streatham MP Chuka Umunna joins the Lib Dems

The former Labour and Change UK MP, Chuka Umunna, is joining the Lib Dems.

Its leader Sir Vince Cable has called him a “formidable, serious political figure” who'd be a positive addition.

The MP for Streatham has quit two different parties this year - Labour in February, and then Change UK last week.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A by-election is to take place in East Sheen to elect a new councillor after the death of Councillor Mona Adams

Adams, who had served as Lib Dem councillor for East Sheen since last year, died of lung cancer in May.

Residents have until the 2nd of July to register to vote for the election on the 18th of July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A man has been attacked and robbed in Addlestone

The victim in his 40s, had just left a pub in New Haw Road when he spotted a group of men standing in the road attempting to stop traffic.

He approached one of them to ask what they were doing and was pushed, kicked and punched, with paperwork taken from his bag.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident late last Friday night to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:06 pm  

UPDATE: Cigarette causes fire in Croydon

It’s believed a fire in Croydon yesterday was caused by a cigarette that wasn’t put out properly.

Part of a flat was damaged, but there were no reports of any injuries.

The brigade are warning people that cigarettes must be stubbed out properly into an ashtray.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Two rough sleepers have been set on fire in Croydon

Two men were treated by ambulance crews for minor burns in Surrey Street and George Street in the early hours of Monday.

Sleeping bags or other property were also set alight.

A 22 year old man and a 17 year old woman were later arrested.

The woman was later released on bail until next month while the man was charged.

Detectives say they want any further victims and any witnesses to come forward.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 pm  

Kingston Hospital is one of the best hospitals in the country for treating cancer patients quickly.

According to BBC research, Kingston has treated patients within 62 days of them being referred over 95% of the time in the last year.

National guidelines say a hospital should start treatment after an urgent referral 85% of the time.

However, nearly three quarters of the hospitals the BBC investigated failed to do so.

Chelsea and Westminster and Epsom and St Helier hospitals were also top performers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Division One leaders Somerset bowled out Kent for just 59, as they sealed a 10 wicket victory in cricket's County Championship.

They now have a 26 point lead over second placed Hampshire.

Title holders Surrey remain without a win after their match with Yorkshire ended in a draw.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Fire broke out at two houses in South Croydon earlier

Eight fire engines and around 60 firefighters were called to a fire at two semi detached houses in Croham Valley Road.

Half of the roofs of two semi detached houses were damaged by fire.

One man was been treated at the scene for smoke inhalation by London Ambulance Service crews.

The Brigade was called at 11.36 and the fire was under control at 1.32.

Fire crews from Croydon, Mitcham, Addington, Purley, Norbury and Woodside fire stations attended the scene.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

A charity is converting old double-decker buses into mobile facilities to help the homeless.

Buses 4 Homeless takes old vehicles that no longer comply with the new ULEZ and renovates them.

The buses are turned into shelters, soup kitchens and learning centres.

The charity operates from a bus garage in Thornton Heath but is appealing to find a permanent base for operations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Kingston Hospital is one of the best hospitals in the country for treating cancer patients quickly.

According to BBC research, Kingston has treated patients within 62 days of them being referred over 95% of the time in the last year.

National guidelines say a hospital should start treatment after an urgent referral 85% of the time.

However, nearly three quarters of the hospitals the BBC investigated failed to do so.

Chelsea and Westminster and Epsom and St Helier hospitals were also top performers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has reportedly moved out of his home in Cobham and sent his possessions back to Italy.

MailOnline says that he’s taking the move ahead of his expected appointment to Juventus.

Among those rumoured to replace him are Frank Lampard, and outgoing Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:42 pm  

"Speedboat killer" Jack Shepherd appears in court to appeal his manslaughter sentence

The man convicted of killing a 24-year-old woman in a speedboat crash in the River Thames is appealing his conviction.

31 year old Jack Shepherd fled the country before his trial but was found guilty of Charlotte Brown's manslaughter near Wandsworth Bridge in 2015.

He was jailed for six years but his case is being reheard this afternoon.

Crime correspondent, Martin Brunt, is at the Court of Appeal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

The Lib Dem candidate for London Mayor has warned that knife crime won’t be solved until the underlying causes are addressed.

Siobhan Benita, who lives in New Malden, believes government cuts to youth services and schools are to blame for the problem.

Knife related offences in London rose by 60% from 2013 according to the Ministry of Justice.

Benita is also part of a government Youth Violence Commission which is trying to find solutions to tackle knife crime.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Shooting Star Chase children’s hospices say they’re having to cut certain services because of a lack of funding.

It costs £11 million every year to keep the two sites in Hampton and Guildford open.

Less than 10% of that comes from Government funding, despite adult hospices receiving around 30%

Chief Executive Nigel Harding says he hopes the current cuts will be temporary.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Epsom's MP explains why he is team Back Boris in the Tory leadership race

Boris Johnson has eased into the second ballot for Tory leadership after receiving 114 votes from fellow Conservatives.

That’s more than 70 votes more than the next candidate through, Jeremy Hunt, who received 43 votes.

Three candidates have been ruled out of the race after failing to secure the necessary 17 votes.

They are Mark Harper, Esther McVey and Andrea Leadsom.

One of the few Tory MPs who hasn’t entered the race is Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.

The MP for Epsom is backing Boris



Other names through to the second ballot include Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab with 27 votes, Sajid Javid with 23 and Rory Stewart with 19.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:44 pm  

The third annual Be Dog Smart Week has ended

Created by animal welfare charity Dogs Trust, its aim is to educate children on how to understand and behave around their pets.

10,000 workshops have taken place in schools across the UK, reaching over 300,000 youngsters.

Education officer Kelly Craig is responsible for delivering the workshops across South West London.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

A small band of walkers have staged their own charity walk after they were unable to take part in the one they wanted to.

Staff and residents at Ashton Lodge Nursing Home in Sunbury donned their trainers and set off on a 4.7-mile stroll last week.

They raised over £1,000 which they then presented to the Princess Alice Hospice in Esher.

They had originally wanted to take part in the hospice’s annual Towpath Trundle in May, but logistics made it too difficult.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:45 pm  

There are calls for an investigation into the operations and financing of Thames Water, after their Hampton pumping station went down yesterday

Twickenham MP Sir Vince Cable says they have “big dividends” and “big debts”.

Water outages meant that schools and businesses were forced to close across South West London.

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan says he’s liaising with emergency services to help affected residents.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:45 am  

A small band of walkers have staged their own charity walk after they were unable to take part in the one they wanted to

Staff and residents at Ashton Lodge Nursing Home in Sunbury donned their trainers and set off on a 4.7-mile stroll last week.

They raised over £1,000 which they then presented to the Princess Alice Hospice in Esher.

They had originally wanted to take part in the hospice’s annual Towpath Trundle in May, but logistics made it too difficult.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:20 am  

A 66 year old murderer is still being hunted after breaching the terms of his licence



Joseph Bagley was jailed in 1978 for killing a taxi driver, and went missing last month when he was released under supervision.

Surrey Police have released a collage of pictures of what he might look like if he changed his appearance.

DI Mark Parry says “I believe that he could lash out if he feels threatened”, and warned people not to approach him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:05 am  

Only 10% of MPs contacted by Shooting Star Chase have responded to the charity’s request for help

Chief Executive of the Hampton and Guilford based children’s hospices, Nick Harding, wrote to around 40.

Esher and Walton’s MP and Tory leadership candidate Dominic Raab is one of those yet to reply.

Nick says he desperately needs MPs’ support to get extra funding.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 am  

Water supply has been partly restored, after the Hampton pumping station went down yesterday

Work has been going on overnight to fix a burst pipe that caused outages across the area.

There’s still low pressure in many areas though, and bottled water is still available.

Shops ran out of bottles yesterday as people started panic-buying.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan called it “unacceptable”, and Thames Water have apologised.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:51 am  

Cambodia’s first kindergarten school has opened, thanks to Pingu

It was given the go ahead after Kingston University partnered up with pre-school education provider Pingu’s English.

Lessons at the school will be based on a curriculum developed by Kingston University’s School of Education.

Pingu’s English, established in 2007, is centred on the Antarctic adventures of children’s TV character Pingu.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Man convicted of manslaughter in Wandsworth Speedboat crash seeks appeal

The man convicted of killing a 24-year-old woman in a speedboat crash in the River Thames is appealing his conviction.

31 year old Jack Shepherd fled the country before his trial but was found guilty of Charlotte Brown's manslaughter near Wandsworth

Bridge in 2015.

He was jailed for six years but his case is set to be heard at the Court of Appeal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:16 am  

Former Wimbledon Tennis Champion hopes to return to singles this year

Andy Murray says he hopes to return to play singles tennis before the end of the year.

But the former world number one, who had hip resurfacing surgery in January, doesn't think he'll be ready in time for the US Open.

Murray is due to take part in the doubles at the Queen's Club Championships next week.

Wimbledon starts on July the 1st.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:39 am  

Fire at a flat in Croydon

Around 25 firefighters were called to a fire at a flat in Croydon on Wednesday afternoon.

Part of a five-roomed flat on the second floor of a three-storey block was damaged by the fire on Longheath Gardens.

There were no reports of any injuries.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 am  

Police Investigation in Thornton Health makes progress

Police investigating a stabbing in Thornton Heath last December have arrested and charged a man.

19 year old Bekim Maci from Mitcham was arrested on Tuesday for the stabbing of another man at an Esso garage in Thornton Heath.

Mr Maci was also charged with two separate offences and failing to appear in court.

He appeared at Croydon Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:33 am  

A new Youth Zone gets approval in Hammersmith and Fulham

A new Youth Zone for young people in White City has been given the go-ahead by Hammersmith & Fulham Council.

WEST will be funded by developers.

It’s part of the council’s £65m Education City development, which is aiming to give youngsters in White City a better start in life.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:15 am  

Plans to tackle homelessness takes shape in Hounslow

The amount of households living in temporary accommodation in Hounslow has dropped by 40% over the past 5 years.

The council has now agreed a new package of measures which will continue to tackle and prevent homelessness.

The plan includes a commitment to build 1,000 new homes through its own house building programme.

The authority is also working closer with key partners such as hospitals, job centres and the care system to help people find work.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 am  

Wednesday, 12 June 2019

Hundreds of children in Dorking have turned up at school in their pyjamas

It was all in aid of Princess Alice Hospice Esher’s “PJ Push” campaign.

The youngsters at St Martin’s raised over £300 which will be spent on the hospice’s night nursing team.

The aim is to wear your pyjamas and donate £1 to show your support to those who work the night shift.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:36 pm  

A man has appeared in court following a police investigation into a stabbing in Thornton Heath last year

Bekim Maci was charged with wounding with intent after an altercation involving another man at a petrol station in London Road.

The 19 year old from Mitcham was also been charged with two separate unrelated offences and with failing to appear in court.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:34 pm  

A primary school in Mitcham has been placed under special measures, after being rated “inadequate” by Ofsted

The report says pupils at Benedict Primary are “not well prepared” for their future education, due to “weak teaching”.

It also says that identification of special needs pupils is “inaccurate”, and “fails to meet their needs”.

The school says “the children were praised for their confidence” and they aim to harness their enthusiasm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:36 pm  

An unusual stringed instrument has caught the eye of an Antiques Roadshow expert.

The battered instrument was handed into the Princess Alice Hospice shop in Raynes Park by a woman moving house.

The wooden zither is embellished with a birds head and tail and has been identified as tribal of unknown origin.

It was returned to the shop and has since been purchased by a collector of ethnic art for £85.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Thames Water have apologised to their customers after large parts of Kingston, Richmond and Hounslow were left without water


A large pipe burst at their water treatment plant in Hampton.

The problem has been isolated and rerouted and supplies to households are starting to be restored.

Bottled water locations have been published on the Thames Water website.

The elderly have been prioritised and people are asked to call in if the problem does not resolve shortly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:15 pm  

Racing off at Kempton Park due to burst watermain at Hampton

This evening's racing at Kempton has been called off due to a burst water main at Hampton.

Officials decided to abandon the meeting due to uncertainty about the water supply to the course.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:13 pm  

Large parts of Kingston, Richmond and Hounslow are still without water after several hours.



Dozens of schools have closed and some hospital appointments have had to be cancelled.

Thames Water says it’s down to a burst pipe at its Hampton pumping station early this morning.

The company says it's begun handing out bottled water and has launched a text service for customer updates.

Sadiq Khan says he expects Thames Water to "get a grip soon"

Thames Water has issued this updated statement.

“We’re working flat out to get water flowing out of our treatment works again, where a large pipe burst this morning. We’re pumping water into our pipe network from other areas to get supplies back to normal for as many of our customers as we can and are looking at providing bottled water for those who will be affected for longer. We fully appreciate how disruptive having no water is, especially for schools, and we’re really sorry that we’ve not been able to provide the service our customers expect of us today. We’re keeping our website and social media updated with the latest information, including bottled water location points once they’re up and running, so we encourage customers to keep an eye out for those updates.”

Howard sent us this picture of the empty water aisles at Sainsbury's Hampton.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 pm  

Police officer commended for "courage and dedication to duty" in Tolworth

Whilst cycling home, Steve prevented a moped-enabled theft by two youths on a moped in Tolworth Broadway.

The footage from his bicycle's camera captured the incident.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 pm  

The Duchess of Cornwall has helped to re-launch historic Fulham Palace House and Garden.

Camilla attended a reception at lunchtime to mark the end of a £3.8 million restoration project.

The work has been funded in principle by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

The historic house and garden of the Bishop of London dates back to the 11th century.

The Palace’s chief executive Sian Harrington tells Jackie's Brandon Mitchell more about the project.



This volunteer tells us about all the different opportunities for people who love wildlife and history.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:37 pm  

Kingston is still one of the safest boroughs in London to work and live.

That’s according to the Met Police’s annual crime data.

Kingston has recorded 12,692 offences over the last year.

That makes up 1.4% of the overall figure for crime in the capital.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:30 pm  

A nationwide manhunt is continuing this afternoon to find a man who has absconded from prison.

55 year old Anthony Bolden, who has links to Kingston, is described as a “violent robber.”

He was last seen at HMP Spring Hill in Buckinghamshire on the 30th of May.

He was on licence from another jail term when he stabbed a shopkeeper 18 times and swung a shovel at a police officer in 2005.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:13 pm  

Schools are closing throughout Twickenham and Whitton, due to a burst water main

The supply is down throughout many parts of the area.

Thames Water is being criticised, as people are reportedly unable to get hold of them.

The body says that's due to high traffic.

They say that the main pumping station at Hampton is down, and that the service is expected to be resumed by midday.

People are being urged to help elderly people and give them bottled water.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:03 am  

Proposals to start charging people to use some of Merton’s tennis courts could threaten Wimbledon’s status as the “home of tennis.”

That’s the warning from Merton’s Lib Dems with just a few weeks to go until the annual tennis championships begin.

The council has begun outsourcing the maintenance of its courts to a private company.

The courts that could soon see charges are: John Innes Park, Wimbledon Park, Joseph Hood Rec and Dundonald Rec.

Merton Liberal Democrats are warning that these changes could price out residents and threaten Wimbledon’s status as ‘the home of tennis’.

Statement from Merton Council.

Councillor Caroline Cooper-Marbiah, Cabinet Member for Commerce, Leisure and Culture: “As a result of the austerity measures that were introduced under the Liberal Democrats we have had no choice but to make savings or increase targets, in this case outsourcing parks management. We've done wonders to protect services and make Merton a great place for families, and are very proud of our parks and open spaces, so we're very sad that the Lib Dems' and Conservatives' cuts are costing local residents more, and we call on the Government to properly fund councils. Before Ms Gould joined the Lib Dems just before this by-election she strongly opposed Lib Dem cuts like these, and we call on her to change her mind again, reject Lib Dem-supported austerity and back this Labour council."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

A £20,000 reward is being offered for information concerning a missing man from Heston



Mohammed Shar Subhani has been missing for over a month, last seen on the 7th of May at around midday.

His white Audi Q3, which was seen driving around later that day, is also yet to be found.

His family have since set up a Facebook page, with his sister saying “I get on my knees and beg you all for help”.

Information suggests that Mohammed was in debt, and may have been in possession of nearly £10,000 at the time of his disappearance.

Detectives believe he “got out of his depth in some kind of criminal activity”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Hounslow council is offering its tenants a £1,000 incentive to downsize

The package includes full decoration of the property the resident will be moving to, removal costs and a handyman service.

Tenants with one or more spare bedrooms qualify for the voluntary scheme.

The aim is to release properties that are in high demand to families.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:03 am  

Shoplifting numbers in Kingston on the decrease

Kingston has seen a 15% reduction in shoplifting over the past year.

Possession of firearms is also down by just over 7%

The Met’s annual crime statistics are out.

Kingston recorded 12,692 offences in total.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:37 am  

Sarri's departure from Chelsea still to be confirmed

There’s still uncertainty around Mauricio Sarri’s future at Chelsea.

Reports suggest he’s heading to Juventus after just one season at Stamford Bridge.

Italian football journalist Adam Digby says if he goes to Turin he’ll be expected to deliver the biggest European prize.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 am  

QPR's future in west London uncertain

Queens Park Rangers’ future in west London continues to be uncertain.

The club want to move to the Linford Christie Stadium, in Shepherds Bush, but Hammersmith and Fulham Council have organised a public consultation on the stadium’s future.

The consultation ends today and Rangers chief executive Lee Hoos says “there are now just 48 hours to keep QPR in W12.”

He's urging everyone to take part in the consultation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:32 am  

Some people across Richmond and Kingston are still without water.

A pipe burst at Thames Water water treatment works this morning.

The problem is still ongoing with attempts being made to re-route the water to other pipes and using water tankers to help.

Some schools across Twickenham are closed due to lack of water.

People are being encouraged to help the elderly by distributing bottled water.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

Kingston is still one of the safest boroughs in London to work and live.

That’s according to the Met Police’s annual crime data.

Kingston has recorded 12,692 offences over the last year.

That makes up 1.4% of the overall figure for crime in the capital.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Tuesday, 11 June 2019

David Tennant says the demon he plays in Good Omens is not "that bad really"

The actor who lives in Chiswick stars as Crowley, a servant of Satan striving to avoid the end of the world by keeping an eye on the Anti-Christ.

David says he was blown away by the show's cast.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Radiohead is releasing a load of unheard music after the band was hacked and asked to pay a ransom

Around 18 hours of material was stolen from frontman Thom Yorke's archive.

The money raised will go to the climate change campaign group Extinction Rebellion, which is threatening to “shut down” Heathrow next month.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Drug dealer jailed for three years



A drug dealer who tried to evade officers when he was spotted in his car in Walton has been jailed for three years.

Police patrolling one morning in March noticed Ricky Dent’s car.

They pulled it over as they suspected it had no insurance and an expired MOT.

The 42 year old tried to argue he had only bought the car earlier that day.

Police officers could smell what they believed was cannabis and detained him.

After searching him, they found a quantity of cash, scales and a knife. He also had cocaine in his system.

In court, Dent pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing Class A drugs with intent to supply, possession of a bladed article and possession of Class B drugs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Residents in a part of Kingston are being urged to step up security at their homes



Police in Tudor Ward have issued a burglary alert.

Its after thefts were reported in Richmond Road and Cardinal Avenue earlier this week.

Both back doors were forced open.

In one, the victim was unsure if anything had been taken and in the other, the homeowner’s dog interrupted the suspect.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

A man who was handed three life sentences for a violent attack is on the run after absconding from prison

Anthony Bolden, who has links to Kingston, was last seen at HMP Spring Hill in Buckinghamshire on the 30th of May.

He was on licence from another jail term when he stabbed a shopkeeper 18 times and swung a shovel at a police officer in 2005.

Members of the public are being warned not to approach Bolden but to call police on 101 if they see him.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 pm  

Rogue landlords are being shown the door in Merton.

The council’s agreed to look into developing a “selective licencing scheme” for landlords.

It would be used in areas where there are high numbers of privately rented homes and increased anti-social behaviour or crime.

Around a quarter of housing in Merton is privately rented and in some parts, more than a third of homes are rented by private landlords.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

It's understood Maurizio Sarri will leave his role as Chelsea boss once the club have finalised a deal for a replacement.

He's expected to leave Stamford Bridge after just one season to join Juventus.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

It’s looks like Croydon’s historic Reeves Corner is going to be redeveloped.

Developer Skillcrown says discussions are underway for the House of Reeves Corner Furniture shop site.

The store which is over 100 years old, was infamously burned down during the Croydon riots in 2011, but the business was re-built.

88 year old owner Maurice died last month and the site is currently run by his sons.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

The Mole Valley councillor in charge of environmental issues has met with the company in charge of the borough’s waste disposal.

Claire Malcomson says she knew there were some teeting problems last August when the Amey contact began.

But she says almost a year later, a number of bin rounds are still being missed.

Amey has agreed to put a number of improvements in place and the situation will be monitored by Cllr Malcomson.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Disruption is expected on some train services until the end of the day because of flooding after heavy rain.

Southern and Thameslink are advising people to avoid travelling on their services in south London.

Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest travel or follow the team on Twitter @Jackie_Travel

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:27 pm  

Surrey Police is asking drivers to go on a wet weather slow down



Officers say they’ve attended a lot of accidents over the past couple of days “due to drivers driving too fast for the conditions.”

The advice is to slow down, increase braking distances and brake gently.

Officers are also warning drivers to “take all the speed you need to take off for a bend, before the bend and not on it.”

They say yesterday’s torrential rain has left a lot of debris on the roads as well .
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The Mayor of London is backing a campaign to extend the tram network to Sutton.

Sadiq Khan has written to Carshalton’s MP Tom Brake offering his support for the scheme.

Mr Brake has long maintained that extending the service will improve access to jobs and housing, whilst reducing private vehicle use.

He says the next stop is securing funding from the Department of Transport.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Top ecologist says it's time to start thinking of plants as animals

Almost 600 species of plant have disappeared in the past 250 years.

Scientists at Kew Gardens and Stockholm University have carried out a ground-breaking global analysis of all plant extinction records.

It’s found the number of species that have disappeared is more than twice the number of birds, mammals and amphibians recorded as extinct.

Ecologist Dr Rob Salguero-Gomez says it’s time to start thinking about plants the way we do animals.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Carshalton Athletic have made a statement of intent by securing a vital player for next season’s assault on the Bostik Premier League


Photo credit: Chris Bushe

Striker Harry Ottaway arrived at Colston Avenue last Christmas with the club sitting lower mid-table and going through a bad patch of results.

But, by contributing eight goals and 12 assists after the New Year, he was a major catalyst in helping the club eventually finish second in the league.

And the decision to remain as a Robin seemingly wasn’t a tough one for Ottaway to make.

“I was made to feel very welcome here when I joined and I felt even more at home once I gave something back with my first goal against Haringey,” Ottaway said upon signing last week.

“This is a great club. I had two good chats with Paul Dipre (chairman) and we got to know each other well, which is nice because normally a player would only speak to the manager.

“And I can’t wait to play for Peter (Adeniyi) again too, we are old friends and he’s doing a fantastic job here.”

Even though Ottaway firmly installed himself as a fans’ favourite during his short spell last season, the man himself feels he has more to give as Carshalton look to build on that positive second-place finish.

“I haven’t been fully fit for a long time but I felt good by the end of last season,” the 30-year old explained.

“I’m hoping a rest, then a good pre-season with consistent training will mean the fans will see more from me.

“If everyone else is like me then they’ll already feel excited to crack on. To come second after climbing nicely out of mid-table was good but this group now has experience of the division and I think we’ll be challenging up there next season.”

Ottaway is one of four children and he believes the values instilled in him by his parents has helped shaped the kind of footballer he is today.

“I’ve been taught to be a team player from an early age,” he smiled, “and as I got older I realised the benefits of that on a football pitch.

“I hope I can further repay the faith shown in me by Paul, Peter and the fans.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

The EU says the election of a new Prime Minister doesn't change anything with Brexit.

Many of the 10 contenders claim they'd go back to Brussels to re-negotiate.

But a spokesman for the European Commission says parameters won't move with a new leader.

Esher and Walton MP and candidate Dominic Raab says he will find a way forward on delivering Brexit.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Dog handed in to Croydon Police station after being found in the street



Police are appealing for the owner of the pet to come forward after it was just handed in to the front office.

Anyone with information should call 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:58 am  

We’re used to seeing him read the news, but Nicholas Owen has turned his hand to van driving . . . . and all for charity.



He’s signed up to become a volunteer driver for Tadworth based The Children’s Trust.

The charity supports youngsters with brain injury and neuro-disability.

Nicholas, who is also an Ambassador, will drive children and young people to and from vital medical appointments.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

Brentford have rejected Aston Villa’s offer for Said Benrahma, saying they’ll need a “huge offer” for the winger

Sky Sports are reporting that the Bees are reluctant to sell the Algerian.

He scored 11 goals in 45 appearances last season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 am  

Almost a quarter of Britain's best restaurants are now located in the north of England and Scotland

Moor Hall in Lancashire has been crowned National Restaurant of the Year - with 46 of the venues on the top 100 list outside London.

Claude Bosi at Bibendum in Chelsea was named as number eight.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:51 am  

There are calls for the introduction of a shuttle service to help residents living near the Hammersmith Bridge closure

Richmond councillor Alexander Ehmann has written to TfL asking for a service to take people from one side of the river to the other.

It was announced last week that the bridge could be closed for up to three years while vital safety repairs are carried out.

Cllr Ehmann also says Richmond may be able to provide financial support for a scheme if it’s also supported by Hammersmith and Fulham.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 am  

Extra support for Alzheimer's sufferers in Kingston

The Alzheimer’s Society will be providing extra support services to sufferers in Kingston from next month.

More than 1,700 people in the borough are living with dementia.

The charity will be undertaking the work on behalf of the council and borough’s Clinical Commissioning Group.

The new service will build on work already underway to create a “dementia-friendly community.”

This is defined as a city or town where sufferers are “understood, respected and confident they can contribute to community life.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 am  

Kew Gardens involved in analysis of plant extinction records

According to a new study almost 600 species of plants have disappeared in the past 250 years.

Scientists at Kew Gardens and Stockholm University carried out a ground-breaking global analysis of all plant extinction records.

The research found that the number of plant species that have disappeared was more than twice the number of birds, mammals and amphibians recorded as extinct.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 am  

Hounslow open new Community Safety and Enforcement centre

Hounslow’s new Community Safety and Enforcement service centre is now officially open.

The centre in Trimmer Walk in Brentford brings together a number of services including policing, trading standards and CCTV controls.

The services were previously based at four different locations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 am  

Monday, 10 June 2019

Feltham Sea Scouts have raised just over £4,000 from a 100km fundraising walk

The walk, from Aston near Reading to the Houses of Parliament at the weekend, took 29 hours, but they did it without a break.

The money will go towards a new scout hut, which can also be used as a community centre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:45 pm  

Putney’s town centre has benefitted from over £700 of investment per day over the last year

The cash has come from the town centre’s businesses which have pulled together to form a Business Improvement District.

Since then, over £70,000 has been spent on things like chewing gum removal, deep cleaning and marketing of the town.

Business owners have also been trained in first aid and counter terrorism.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:45 pm  

A man who was found guilty of historic child sex offences in Woking and Pirbright has been jailed for 18 months

83 year old William Bushby was found guilty of eight counts of indecent assault on a child at a previous hearing.

Surrey Police launched an investigation after the victim came forward in 2017 and made an allegation of abuse dating back to the late 1970s.

Bushby was charged with eight counts of indecent assault on a child.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 pm  

It’s thought 60% of men in Richmond have Type 2 Diabetes; that’s 20% more than women in the borough

This week is Men’s Health Week and Richmond Council is encouraging men to know their health numbers.

It’s developed an online tool which can help users determine whether they are at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

Unlike Type 1, Type 2 is linked to lifestyle factors including being overweight and a lack of exercise.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:45 pm  

Ten candidates have secured the necessary backing to enter the first stage of the Tory leadership race

Jeremy Hunt, Boris Johnson, and Esher and Walton MP, Dominic Raab, are among those on the list.

Dame Cheryl Gillan from the backbench committee in charge of the process sets out what happens next.




It might need more votes next week to whittle the nominees down to two - before Tory party members get the final say.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:45 pm  

The fire brigade closed off Eden Street in Kingston earlier

It's after smoke was spotted coming from an underground junction box outside Primark just after 4pm.

Officers stayed at the scene until the electricity company arrived.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:45 pm  

Will it be Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab for Tory leadership?

We'll find out soon which Tories are running to become the new party leader and Prime Minister.

Anyone wanting to replace Theresa May needs the backing of at least eight Conservative MPs.

Some of those wanting the top job made their cases today, with the help of their supporters.

This included Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab.



The former minister Sam Gyimah has pulled out, saying he doesn't have the backing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:46 pm  

Belgium manager Roberto Martinez believes Eden Hazard's move from Chelsea to Real Madrid is one of the "special signings" of the summer.

The Belgian captain will officially be unveiled as a Real player on Thursday.

Martinez thinks Hazard will be a "perfect fit" in Madrid, and is impressed with how the transfer was handled.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:19 pm  

Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend has won the Premier League goal of the season.

His long-range volley against champions Manchester City in December was enough to win him the award.

Townsend beat off stiff competition from the likes of former Chelsea player and new Real Madrid signing Eden Hazard.

The former Tottenham man made 38 appearances for Palace this season scoring 6 goals.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 pm  

London Fire Brigade closes off Eden Street in Kingston

It's after smoke was spotted coming from an underground junction box.

The LFB was called at 4.03pm.

Officers are waiting for the electricity company to arrive on scene.

Kingston Bridge also remains closed off if you are coming into Kingston from Hampton Wick, because of flooding in Wood Street.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 pm  

Rain stops play in Surrey

Rain has wiped out play in Division One of cricket's County Championship.

Nottinghamshire and Hampshire were unable to start day two of their match, while the opening days of the games at Kent and Surrey were also abandoned.

Worcestershire might be wishing they didn't start against Lancashire in Division Two.

England bowler James Anderson took 4-wickets as they were bowled out for just 98.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

A man is being deported to Somalia, after the first attempt to deport him was blocked by passengers on board the flight.

30 year old Yaqub Ahmed was convicted of gang rape in 2007.

However, last October, passengers at Heathrow became furious, demanding his release, and he was let off the plane.

The government has now said that he will be deported “in the not too distant future”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab's Tory leadership bid speech in full

Dominic Raab has told Conservatives he's the "Brexiteer you can rely on" as he officially launched his leadership bid.

Many candidates are setting out their plans as Prime Minister as they seek to get the backing of 8 MPs by 5pm.

Here's what he had to say at his bid launch earlier.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:45 pm  

A man in his 20s been left with a broken arm following an attack in Epsom High Street in the early hours of yesterday.

The victim and his friend were walking towards Clocktower Cars having just left Fever and Boutique Nightclub.

They passed a group of men, one of whom threw water on the victim’s friend, which led to an altercation.

The victim intervened, but was then pushed to the floor, stamped on and kicked before the men ran off.

The group of suspects has been described as six or seven white men and one black man, aged between 16 and 20 years old.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Tonight marks a special occasion for stargazers as the planet Jupiter will be at its closest in its orbital cycle.

The largest of the planets in our solar system will be 11 million miles closer this year than last year and will be extremely well lit as light is reflected off from the sun.

The best place to view this spectacle is in a darkened area away from light pollution such as Box Hill.

NASA says anyone with a pair of binoculars should also have an additional treat as you will also be able to see Jupiter’s biggest moon and maybe even a hint of the banded clouds that encircle the planet.

Jupiter will rise in the east from about 10pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:13 pm  

The new Wisley Gardens Welcome Building is officially open.

Celebrity gardener Alan Titchmarsh braved the rain to do the honours earlier.

The building is a 5000sqm centre, the equivalent of four Olympic size swimming pools, filled with tens of thousands of plants.

It’s the biggest transformation the site has seen in more than 100 years.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:44 pm  

Forecasters say heavy rain means flooding at homes and businesses in parts of south east England is now likely.

An amber weather warning has been issued from 3pm until 11pm across areas including London and Surrey.

The Met Office says fast-flowing floodwater is possible, causing a danger to life.

There may also be issues with transport and power cuts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Staffies top the list of dogs stolen during breaks-ins

New figures have been released by nationwide animal welfare charity Dogs Trust, which says people need to think about their pets when looking at home and garden security measures.

A freedom of information request obtained by the charity to police forces revealed nearly 2,000 dogs were reported stolen in the UK last year.

299 of those were in London.

Chihuahuas were next on the list followed by French Bulldogs and Jack Russells.

Dogs Trust is advising dog owners to always get their pet micro-chipped and make sure they wear a collar and tag.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:52 pm  

Only 40% of donors at Tooting’s blood-bank are male.

The NHS is issuing an urgent appeal for 2,500 men to start giving blood.

The centre encourages donors of all genders, but requests male donors citing a higher average iron count and a lower chance of rejection.

Emily Pringle was seriously injured after a crash last year and says actually meeting one of her donors, Karl, was an amazing experience.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Dominic Raab has told Conservatives he's the "Brexiteer you can rely on" as he officially launched his leadership bid

He says Britain needs a “buccaneering” approach to global trade post-brexit, although his use of the word has attracted criticism, with some pointing out its link to piracy and pillaging.

Many candidates are setting out their plans as Prime Minister as they seek to get the backing of 8 MPs by 5pm.

Mr Raab says Brexit can't be delivered with "bluff and bluster".

Fellow contender Matt Hancock has pledged to increase the national living wage, while Boris Johnson wants to offer tax cuts to high earners.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

A large group of Crystal Palace fans are being sought by police, following a major disorder before a match



Police were called at around midday on Saturday the 9th of March to Holmesdale road to reports a large group of supporters were letting off fireworks.

One man was arrested, but the group pushed and shoved the officers and the man was able to run away.

Inspector Matt Ashmead called the actions “aggressive and intimidating”.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

Health Secretary Matt Hancock is the first Tory leadership candidate to formally launch his bid to replace Theresa May.

Contenders have until 5pm to get the backing of eight MPs to be considered.

Up to this point the conversation has been largely centred on Brexit.

It's thought Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab will formally launch his bid soon too.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Labour wants the owners of high-rise buildings with Grenfell Tower-style cladding to have their blocks seized - if the material isn't replaced by the end of the year

The party says 164 private towers still haven't dealt with it and around half have no firm plans to do so.

They're also calling for owners of blocks with risky cladding to be named and shamed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:04 am  

Well-loved gardener Alan Titchmarsh will officially open the long- awaited Plant Centre at Wisley Gardens today

The building is a 5000sqm centre, the equivalent of four Olympic size swimming pools, filled with tens of thousands of plants.

250 native trees have also been planted around the car park and visitors can now enter through an avenue of 100 cherry trees.

It’s the biggest transformation the site has seen in more than 100 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 am  

New work from Banksy features a customs arch salvaged from Heathrow airport

Banksy has a message about Brexit for visitors to this year’s Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy.

The work, entitled KEEP OU, is an EU arrivals gate which has been shuttered and padlocked.

It has been sprayed with the words ‘keep out’, but the final T is being used by a rat to try and break the lock open.

It’s the second year in a row that Banksy has featured in the show.

The 251st edition of the Summer Exhibition opens today.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:43 am  

Surrey Cricket League: Balham & Tooting take over top flight lead

Balham and Tooting are on top of the Surrey Cricket League’s Premier Division this morning following their 114 run win over Osterley 2000 on the weekend.

Wayne Walters made a polished 62 to help Balham and Tooting to 234 for 8.

Osterley were then bowled out for 120.

St Lukes bounced back to winning ways at the expense of Franco Surrey Seamers who lost by 60 runs.

Croydon are top of Division One after their five wicket win over Wimbledon Corinthians at the Wallington Sports Club.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:09 am  

Epsom and Ewell Council get tough on landlords

Epsom and Ewell Council has been taking tough action against property owners whom it says is putting tenants’ safety in jeopardy.

One landlord, Mr Frank Hare was found guilty of nineteen separate breeches of building regulations after an illegal conversion in Ewell.

In a separate prosecution Mr Chun-gng Zheng was found guilty of thirteen breeches of building regulations at a property in Kingston Road.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 am  

Dan Evans triumphs at Surbiton Trophy tennis

Dan Evans is the 2019 Surbiton Trophy men’s singles champion.

He beat Serbia’s Victor Troicki 6-2, 6-3 in a rain-interrupted final at the Surbiton Racket Club.

Evans is the first Brit to win an ATP Challenger on British soil since he won his first title in Jersey in 2009.

America's Alison Riske successfully defended her singles title, prevailing in a tough encounter against 2017 champion Magdalena Rybarikova 6-7(5), 6-2, 6-2.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:36 am  

Sunday, 9 June 2019

The Woman’s singles final at Surbiton will be contested by the defending champion and the winner of 2017.

No 3 Seed and last year’s winner Alison Riske will take on the champion of two years ago Magdalena Rybarikova.

Both finalists were in scintillating form winning their semi-finals in straight sets.

Play gets underway from 11am
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A free information evening for EU citizens living in Richmond is to be held on Wednesday night.

It’ll take place at The Exchange in Twickenham town centre and is being delivered by Citizens Advice Richmond.

It’s part of a package of support, funded by the Council, aimed at enabling EU residents to get impartial advice on nationality matters.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A man from Fulham has been charged with conspiracy to steal from vehicles.

31 year old Phillip Roberts and a 19 year old woman will appear at Isleworth Crown Court on July 5th.

They are suspected of committing 19 “moped-enabled offences” from February to June this year.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:02 pm  

Croydon Council has won two prestigious Planning Awards.

It won in the categories of Planning for Increased Housing Delivery and Planning Permission of the Year.

The latter award went to the development management team’s role in approving 101 George Street.

It’ll soon be Europe’s tallest modular, prefabricated building.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Sutton Council has published updates on its plans to improve parking across the borough.

The parking strategy is looking to prioritise on-street parking for residents where possible.

The council is now at the final stage of the consultation for Geographical Area 1.

This includes St Helier, parts of Carshalton Central, Sutton South, Belmont and Wallington North.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Leatherhead Bridge is closed today due to the annual Duck Race.

It has been shut to allow more spectators to watch the event safely.

There will be 6 heats including the mass rubber duck race, which sees dozens of the plastic yellow toy birds bomb down the River Mole.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:30 pm  

Two men have been jailed for defrauding elderly people in and around South West London.

Police launched an investigation after a 71 year old woman from Fulham was tricked into handing over cash.

The pair had posed as police officers and said they needed to inspect her money as part of an investigation.

23 year old Mizan Muhammed Ali has been jailed for over 3 years.

21 year old Musthafa Ali has been given 2 and half.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

A father from Clapham is to compete in the London triathlon in July to raise funds for the charity that saved his son’s life.

Rafael Sanchez is running for the Gordon and Tana Ramsey fund for Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital where his son was treated.

His son Milo suffered from a rare form of cancer at two years old and still has twice yearly check-ups at the hospital.

Rafael will be competing with Team Ramsey with over 200 other athletes on Saturday the 27th of July.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

A man in his seventies has died following a collision in Hammersmith which also left his female partner in hospital.

The emergency services were called at around 1:30 on Friday morning to the A4 carriageway near the flyover.

Police believe three cars were involved in a collision.

They say it happened after a convoy of vehicles were travelling at high speed.

Three men and one woman were arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving at the scene.

Meanwhile while a male who fled the scene later presented himself to police and was taken into custody on the same charge.

Three people have been released under investigation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Orleans House Gallery in Twickenham is to be taken over by artists.

The Overview Effect is part of its new season.

The aim is to get visitors of all ages to get involved with creative workshops where they can experiment alongside the artists themselves.

The events will run from Saturday until July the 1st.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

The number of vehicles using London’s Royal parks could be reduced.

The group that manages the likes of Richmond and Bushy Parks, says a population increase means green areas must be preserved.

Royal Parks also wants to look at lessening the conflict between cyclists, drivers and walkers.

Park users are being asked to submit their views about the changes they’d like to see via the Royal Parks website by July the 14th.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Protesters stage demonstration against an arms company in New Malden.

On Thursday Campaigners targeted BAE systems outside their office in Apex tower, in a protest against their links to the UK government’s sales to Saudi Arabia.

The protest was organised by the Members of Campaign Against the Arms Trade.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 am  

Croydon Council’s cabinet members will be asked to approve plans to treat knife crime as a public health issue tomorrow.

New plans are due to be discussed at a meeting.

Croydon’s achieved a 31.7% reduction in knife crime with injury, and 21.7% reduction in serious youth violence this year.

But councillors say there is still “much further to go.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:13 am  

Britain's Dan Evans one win away from the Surbiton Trophy

Britain’s Dan Evans is one match away from lifting the LTA Surbiton Trophy today.

Evans who is seeded 4 beat the number 6 seed Marius Copil in three sets 7-6(3) 6-7(4) 6-4.

He battled back twice from a break down in the first two sets and claimed the sole break in the decider to clinch victory.

Evans will now face Victor Troicki in the final after the Serbian overcame No.5 seed Denis Kudla 3-6 7-6(5) 7-5.

Play gets underway at 11am.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:36 am  

Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton will start from second in today’s Canadian Grand Prix.

He is the main driver for the British motor racing team Mercedes Mclaren based in Woking.

Sebastian Vettel made pole position in the Ferrari.

Hamilton, the five time world champion, currently tops the drivers’ championship this season so far after six races

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