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Saturday, 28 September 2019

Four Merton police officers have been awarded for their response to a domestic incident.

They were given a Royal Humane Society Commendation for their handling of a call-out last April.

They arrived on the scene to find a woman had attacked her husband with a knife, before setting herself and their property on fire.

After giving first aid to the man who had suffered a serious head injury, the officers then helping the 17-year-old daughter escape out of a first-floor window.
The husband and daughter have since made full recoveries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A professional chef from Wandsworth is raising funds to help people affected by Hurricane Dorian.

Born and raised on the island of Grand Bahama, Carlyle Bain is working hard on a food relief system for residents there.

The 34-year-old and his team aim to be on the ground preparing breakfast, lunch and dinner for those in need.
Bain says it saddens him that there are multitudes of families going hungry.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Chelsea have a first home Premier League win - and clean sheet - under manager Frank Lampard.

They eased to a 2-nil victory over Brighton at Stamford Bridge.

Lampard tells Sky Sports News, it's a very pleasing result - and performance.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A professional chef from Wandsworth is raising funds to help people affected by Hurricane Dorian.

Born and raised on the island of Grand Bahama, Carlyle Bain is working hard on a food relief system for residents there.

The 34-year-old and his team aim to be on the ground preparing breakfast, lunch and dinner for those in need.

Bain says it saddens him that there are multitudes of families going hungry.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

A 32-year-old man has gone missing from Woking.

Gary Howard was last seen leaving his St Johns home at around 6pm on Thursday.

He is described as white, 5ft 6, with a slim build and short brown hair. He was last seen wearing a t-shirt, dark jeans, and black Nike trainers.

Anyone with any information is being asked to contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:59 pm  

A six month scheme to stop traffic “rat running” along residential roads in Wandsworth is set to be extended.

Banning drivers from entering Withycombe Road and Inner Park Road off West Hill has seen a 22% reduction in residential traffic.

The aim of the scheme is to keep vehicles on West Hill as residents are concerned about traffic levels and speeding in smaller roads.

The extension of the scheme will continue to allow for further evaluation to be carried out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:01 pm  

A fire has broken out at the Sayes Court Farm Kennels in Addlestone.

Butane cylinders and asbestos within the property has been confirmed.

Crews from Woking, Chertsey, Fordbridge and Leatherhead are on scene. Additional crews from Painshill and Banstead have have been called to assist.

Fortunately, there are no animals or persons reported at the site as it’s currently under construction.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

Wandsworth council is to plant an extra 80 trees across the borough in a bid to tackle climate change.

It’s received a £17,000 grant from the Greater London Authority’s Greener City Fund, and added an additional £7,000 itself.

The aim is for schools and residents to play a central role in planting the trees, helping the borough become carbon neutral by 2030.

They’ll be planted during National Tree Week at the end of November.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:27 pm  

Police are appealing for witnesses following an attempted burglary in Woking.

A man saw three males attempting to break into his neighbour’s house on The Riding at around 9:30 on Wednesday.

He challenged the suspects, who then ran at him and tried to force entry into his house. The homeowner suffered minor injuries during the incident.

The burglars were wearing hooded tops with face coverings and were driving a red saloon type vehicle.

If you saw anything or live nearby and have CCTV you can call the authorities on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:17 pm  

The Minister for International Wildlife Zac Goldsmith has announced the government is looking at tightening laws surrounding trophy hunting.

The MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston says a ban on importing endangered animal parts is being considered.

No 10 will consult on other animal rights laws too, such as whether to end the exporting of livestock and making microchipping cats compulsory.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson has admitted Christian Benteke is struggling with confidence issues.

The forward is yet to score this campaign and only got one goal last season.

The Eagles face Norwich in the Premier League this afternoon, and Hodgson says they’re doing their utmost to get the Belgian firing again.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

Croydon police are appealing for help finding a suspected guitar thief.

Kenneth Bloxman has allegedly made off with instruments all over the country.

The 64-year-old is wanted in connection with 10 separate fraud offences by five separate police forces.

If you see him or have any information you should get in touch with the police or crime stoppers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:47 am  

Women attending abortion clinics in Clapham and Streatham are now able to report any intimidating behaviour online.

Lambeth Council has introduced the new tool following several years of “co-ordinated” protests and vigils at centres across the borough.

The authority says girls, women, their partners and staff have all been targeted, which is causing on-going suffering.

Service users will be able to report incidents immediately using their smartphones or tablets, by scanning a code displayed on their formal document.

After answering a few online questions, a council officer will be sent to the scene to make an assessment.

The victim can remain anonymous, but the option will be given to report the incident to police if it’s deemed a crime may have been committed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:12 am  

A Leatherhead care home tries new exercise regime.

A pioneering exercise regime aimed at older people is being launched at a care home in Leatherhead next week.

73 year old Terry Keen will launch the 10 Today exercise sessions at The Beeches, the first care home in the country to try it out.

A recent report by home owner Anchor highlighted how inactivity contributes to cognitive decline, reduced emotional wellbeing and loneliness.

Terry says everyone should have a chance to live life to the full, regardless of their age.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:57 am  

There's transport help for the disabled near Hammersmith Bridge.

Transport for London is extending its Dial-a-Ride scheme to help residents with mobility issues who live near Hammersmith Bridge.

The 132-year-old crossing was closed to drivers earlier this year after extensive corrosion sparked safety fears.

It’s unclear when it will re-open.

In the meantime, residents living within one mile of the bridge who meet TfL’s mobility criteria can call a dedicated helpline.

They can arrange for assistance to take them to a pre-agreed location on the other side of the river.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:21 am  

Runnymede has a week of living well.

Runnymede residents have been living well this week as they were given the chance to try something new for free or at a low cost.

A range of activities from exercise sessions, boat trips, and community cafes to walks and films have been on offer.

Figures show that Runnymede residents are walking and cycling more and that they had the largest increase in England of doing this once a week during 2017-18.

Living Well Week continues today and tomorrow. Details of what’s on offer can be found on the Council’s website.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:32 am  

A Croydon pop up shop gives staff retail experience.

Disabled Croydon residents are getting retail experience in a temporary shop that’s opened in the Whitgift Centre for eight weeks.

The participants will also have the chance to gain a City and Guilds qualification as they manage the store selling artisan products from jewellery and clothes to home ware and art.

Some of the items have been created by community and schools groups or artists.

The ‘All About Me’ course aims to help people improve their job prospects and earning potential.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:06 am  

Man jailed for sex assault on West Croydon train.

A remorseless sex offender who assaulted a woman on board a rush hour train, has been jailed.

Leon Pawlica of no fixed address had consumed half a litre of vodka before boarding the 8.30am train from Victoria to West Croydon.

Shortly afterwards, he tried to engage in conversation with a woman before lifting her skirt and sexually assaulting her.

Pawlica was sentenced to 20 weeks in prison. He also must pay court costs of £775 and sign the sex offenders register.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:07 am  

Wandsworth prison needs new locks.

A locksmith has been arrested over fears that jail keys have been sold to inmates at Wandsworth prison.

Taxpayers now face a bill of around £1 million pounds to replace all 3,000 locks at the category B prison, which houses around 1,600 inmates.

A prison service spokesman said they have increased security at the gate and are operating extra identity checks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 am  

Friday, 27 September 2019

A former lover of film director Michael Winner has been jailed for a violent robbery against his widow.

Geraldine Winner had jewellery, art and cash stolen, amassing nearly £100,000 at her Knightsbridge home in 2015.

Gurgana Gueorguieva had admitted aggravated burglary and was jailed for nine-and-a-half years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:15 pm  

Fulham are reportedly seeking £7m compensation from Liverpool over teenage footballer Harvey Elliott.

That’s according to The Times.

The 16-year-old Premier League breakout was offered scholarship terms by Fulham last season, but instead chose to sign at Anfield.

He played three times for The Cottagers, making his debut against Wolves in May.

They say the multi-million-pound figure is fair considering his potential, and the recent sale of Ryan Kent to Rangers for £7.5m.

The case is likely to go to a tribunal.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:11 pm  

It’s emerged more than 50 Surrey University students have been banned from representing the institution at any future sporting event.

Lucy mayer reports

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 pm  

The best allotments in Surrey are in Banstead.

The Surrey Wildlife Trust announced that Partridge Mead were the winners of their best allotment, in their Garden of the Year awards.

It contains hundreds of trees and six bee hives, and everything is reused and recycled by volunteer Flip.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 pm  

A scheme that allows patients to get medical advice from a GP on their phones is getting an overhaul.

Babylon GP at Hand has currently registered around 60,000 people in Hammersmith and Fulham, who are effectively the responsibility of the local Clinical Commissioning Group.

NHS England have confirmed it will limit the amount of ‘out of area’ patients who can be registered to a single CCG.

It means digital clinics will have to separate out their clients, and open physical premises in areas where they register over 1,000 people.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:07 pm  

Wandsworth jail is replacing all of its locks and keys

One of the UK's biggest prisons is replacing all its locks and keys over fears that inmates may have been given copies.

A man's been arrested at HMP Wandsworth, which holds more than 1,600 inmates.

It's reported he works for a company which provides services to jails.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

If your journey through Hammersmith tube station feels more uplifting than usual, you can thank green-fingered TfL staff who have planted up the concourse.

The station has scooped first prize for best indoor garden in the Underground in Bloom competition, contested this year by more than 150 stations.

TfL employees Camelia Popa, Sid Hart and Jonathan Quilliam put their heads together to devise planting, based on a heritage theme to mark 100 years since the first tube gardening tournament.

On a shoestring budget, they recycled old lockers to make planters, then nursed back to health some plants which had been written off by Wheelers garden centre in Chiswick, which also runs the station’s flower stall.

Camelia Popa, customer service manager for Hammersmith stations, said: “It’s been great fun doing it, and some customers have already asked if they can buy the planters!”

Customer service assistant Sid Hart painted the old lockers to look like historic tube train carriages, and did such a good job, said Camelia, that ‘as they were being put in position, one person asked if it was going to Earls Court... and tried to get in!’

Meanwhile, the glass brick wall near the ticket barriers has been decorated with air plants, carriage wheels and a retro sign. “I can’t wait for the plants to flower,” said Camelia.

“It all started with two little trees, and now we’ve won the award.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Tom Brake denies Lib Dems would go into coalition with Labour

It's reported the SNP may be prepared to back Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as interim prime minister as part of an emergency national government.

Opposition parties are still looking at ways to stop a no-deal Brexit if Boris Johnson fails to reach an agreement with Brussels.

But the Lib Dems' Brexit spokesperson and MP for Carshalton and Wallington, Tom Brake, says his party could not support Mr Corbyn as prime minister, and doubts others would either.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A pro-Heathrow expansion campaign group says the airport can become “part of the solution” of climate change.

It’s after bosses at the airport said they’d waive up to £1 million in landing fees for the first airline to introduce a regular electric-hybrid service.

That’s despite a recent prototype only being able to hold nine passengers for 650 miles.

Back Heathrow says the gesture means Heathrow can show the world “best practice”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 pm  

A man from Surbiton is hoping to be crowned 2019’s National Chef of the Year.

Ben Boeynaems beat off stiff competition from over 100 other entrants to make it to the final 10.

Ben, who is head chef at The Zetter Hotel in central London, tells us why this competition means so much to people in the industry.

The final takes place on Tuesday at Olympia London.

To find out more about the competition, click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:59 pm  

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says he's more worried about getting wins, rather than keeping a first clean sheet.

They face Brighton in the Premier League tomorrow, with the Londoners having conceded in all nine of their games since he took over from Maurizio Sarri.

But Lampard says there's not any single explanation for that.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:41 pm  

Pictures have emerged on Twitter of an MP’s Parliamentary office roof leaking water.

Labour’s Mitcham and Morden MP Siobhain McDonagh claims she’s caught four buckets of water over the last few days.

A report in 2012 found that unless restorative work is undertaken at the Houses of Parliament, irreversible damage may be done.

But Ms McDonagh says there’s been no progress and she’s recommending a roofing company from her constituency provides a quote.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:26 pm  

The Foreign Secretary's been reacting to the release of a British-flagged tanker, two months after it was detained by Iran.

Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab says the seizure of the Stena Impero was unlawful, and part of a pattern of attempts to "disrupt freedom of navigation" in the region.

The ship's transiting through Dubai for the crew to disembark and receive medical checks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Scientists at the University of Surrey have been awarded half a million pounds to understand cold sores and genital blisters.

Their research so far suggests the virus manipulates specific components in the cells, to create an environment for itself to spread.

Once you’re infected, it remains in your body for life, and can cause increased susceptibility to HIV and infectious blindness.

Professor Gill Elliot says “it has proven very difficult to develop a vaccine for”, and new treatments are urgently needed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:41 pm  

A Labour Government would hold an independent inquiry into the death of Zane Gbangbola

That’s the promise from Richard Burgon, the Shadow Justice Secretary, at the Labour Party Conference earlier this week.

7 year old Zane died in February 2014 after the Thames burst its banks and flooded his family home in Chertsey.

An inquest concluded he died of carbon monoxide poisoning generated by a petrol pump used to clear floodwater.

But Zane's parents believe hydrogen cyanide from a lake built over a former landfill site behind their home killed their son.

Firefighters at the time recorded readings that determined the presence of high levels of Hydrogen Cyanide.

They are backing Zane’s parents in their call for an independent inquiry into their son’s death; something which has so far been denied.

Labour says if it gets into power, it will hold that inquest.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:50 am  

The former Chelsea chief executive, Peter Kenyon has launched a new bid to buy Newcastle United from Mike Ashley

His American investment fund GACP Sports, which also owns French club Bordeaux, are attempting to put together a package of around 300 million pounds, paid in instalments over three years.

Kenyon attempted a takeover of the club with another consortium last year but could not raise the necessary funds.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:29 am  

Three people from Croydon, two of them drug dealers, have been jailed for conspiracy to possess a firearm

Yoshika Smith picked up a bag from Joshua Anyanwu at a petrol station.

She claimed she didn’t know the contents of it, only that it was “heavy” and illegal.

Hugo Maldonado was found to have messaged her telling her where and how to pick it up.

Detective Mick Grimshaw says “if we had not recovered the weapon, the result could have been an innocent member of the public paying the ultimate price”.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:04 am  

A road in Wimbledon which has been partly blocked off since July is re-opening shortly

The re-opening of Worple Road has been delayed twice already.

Thames Water says the depth of the watermain works required additional health and safety measures.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:04 am  

Edinburgh has been named as the most in-demand place to retire in the UK

Research by GetAgent-dot-co-dot-uk shows 57 percent of all retirement properties in the city are already under offer.

It also found Portsmouth had the highest proportion of homes for over 65s.

Sutton was the London borough home to the highest level of retirement stock at 5.9%.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:15 am  

Surrey Police is struggling to meet demand for its services

That’s one of the outcomes of a new report published today, which has also rated the force “excellent.”

Officers are being described as “local experts” in the boroughs where they work in the document by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary.

The annual inspection noted the Surrey force works “effectively” to identify and protect vulnerable people and upholds an ethical culture.

Nationally, an estimated 35-thousand police officers and staff in England and Wales have not had the proper vetting clearance which could root out sexual predators.

Zoe Billingham from Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary says officials should also record when staff access police databases.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Richmond’s schools are once again topping the league tables at Key Stage 2.

Richmond’s schools are once again topping the league tables at Key Stage 2.

The borough has scored the highest in London in nearly all areas of reading, writing and maths.

80% of children achieved “standard” results in all three subjects combined.

Early indications of progress from the end of Key Stage 1 are also above national averages.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:12 am  

Start-ups working on plans to tackle climate change need reliable funding if the UK is to meet its carbon emissions targets.

Start-ups working on plans to tackle climate change need reliable funding if the UK is to meet its carbon emissions targets.

That’s according to business experts at Kingston University.

Dr Yannis Pierrakis says the role of small firms cannot be underestimated, if the country is to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

99% of UK companies are small and medium sized.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:11 am  

Police and emergency services across three London venues have carried out exercises in tackling chemical attacks.

Police and emergency services across three London venues have carried out exercises in tackling chemical attacks.

Twickenham was among Westfield and Kings Cross that carried out a live play of Chemical, Biological, Nuclear and Radioactive attacks on the capital.

It comes as the UKs threat remains at severe and the scenario proved valuable learning for the types of incidents and the challenges they pose

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:06 am  

Richmond-Upon-Thames College has appointed a chartered accountant as its principal.

Richmond-Upon-Thames College has appointed a chartered accountant as its principal.

It’s being investigated by the Further Education Commissioner after it posted a £2.4m deficit last year.

A spokesman for the college has told us ‘We are very committed to delivering high quality education at all levels.

This includes a curriculum that is devoted to meeting 21st Century educational needs”.

"Richmond upon Thames College is working closely with the FE Commissioner’s office with a view to ensuring the future success of the College. Nick Deeming, Chair of the College Board, said:

‘We are very committed to delivering high quality education at all levels with a curriculum that is devoted to meeting 21st Century educational needs”. We are very excited

about the College’s future. The first phase of the new campus development is on track for completion this academic year and we are delighted to confirm that, following a

rigorous selection process led by the Board, we have appointed Diane Dimond as Interim Principal and CEO to lead the College. Diane is a very experienced Principal who

took her former college Petroc to the top of FE Week’s NICDEX league table in 2018. A qualified teacher as well as a Chartered Accountant, Diane comes with a breadth of

experience in the FE sector and a strong track record of driving and maintaining good and outstanding financial health in the colleges she has worked for. Diane will be

starting on 1st October, working closely with Jason Jones, who will return to his Deputy Principal & CEO (Curriculum & Quality) role."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:42 am  

61 knives have been taken off the streets in Surrey.

61 knives have been taken off the streets in Surrey.

It’s after a national week of action aimed at tackling knife crime.

A range of activities took place to tackle the issue including weapon sweeps, test purchasing and educating pupils in schools.

Surrey Police say that based on feedback received from the public, revamped knife amnesty bins are now in place on a permanent basis.

They can be found at Staines, Guildford, Woking and Reigate police stations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:19 am  

Thursday, 26 September 2019

Five members of an organised criminal network have been jailed after carrying out over 50 offences across the South East

Some of the offences included 17 ATM thefts and 23 burglaries.

One incident also took place at a supermarket in Staines Road West in Sunbury.

The men also caused more than £1 million worth of damage to properties and stole money and vehicles worth more than £500,000.

Their sentences each range from 15 months to 16 years in prison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:59 pm  

The father of a young man stabbed to death on a tube has paid tribute to him

20-year-old Tashan Daniel was travelling to an Arsenal match with a friend when he was stabbed in an unprovoked attack on Tuesday.

Chandima Daniel described him as the “perfect son” who had “no enemies”.

The 48-year-old, who works at Heathrow Airport, said he was unable to go to the game with Tashan as he couldn’t get time off work.

No arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A woman will take part in the Battersea Park Walk of Hope on Saturday in memory of her sister in law

Louise Simenson was diagnosed with a brain tumour last November and passed away in August minutes after getting married.

The 41 year old had initially been given a prognosis of one to two years.

Shelina Prabatani will take part in Saturday’s walk to raise money for organisers Brain Tumour Research.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Police are appealing for information following a fatal collision in Egham

Officers were called to reports of a single vehicle collision in Ten Acre Lane near Thorpe Industrial Estate at 2.30pm.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene.

It’s believed there’s no third party involvement in the incident at this time however enquiries are continuing.

Anyone with information is being asked to contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Sir David Attenborough says it's the "greatest possible honour" to have a polar research vessel named after him

The public voted for it to be called "Boaty McBoatface", but his name was chosen instead.

The Richmond resident said he hopes it'll help study what he called the "great problem" of climate change.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Three men are being hunted in New Haw after attempting to force open a set of French doors

The owner of the house on Wilton Place saw them at 11.45 yesterday.

They all ran off over a rear fence to a footpath near open fields.

They’re described as white, in their 20s and 30s.

One has dark brown hair and sideburns, and the other two are muscular.

If you have any information, contact police on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 pm  

Bosses at a company in Egham will mark its third anniversary in business by shaving their heads for charity this weekend.

Ten members of staff at Henley Shipping will chop off their hair with the aim of raising over £3,000 for Solving Kid’s Cancer.

The charity offers support to families whose children are affected by Neuroblastoma, as well as raising funds for research and treatment.

The big shave will take place at the Running Mare in Cobham this Saturday from 6.30pm.

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

Ant McPartlin is back at work on I'm A Celebrity after missing last year's series because of a drink-driving conviction after a crash in Mortlake.

He and co-host Dec have shared a selfie.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Recent pilot strikes costs British Airways’ owner over £100 million.

Heathrow based IAG says profits are expected to be lower this year as a result.

The two-day strike earlier this month in a row over pay and conditions cost it at least €137 million.

There have been no further talks between BA and the pilots' union.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Drivers on the Northern, Central and Victoria tube lines are to cut train speeds next month, in a protest over the level of noise on the tracks.

Members of the RMT union on four lines have voted in favour of taking action on October the 10th.

The operator TfL says it's met officials several times to tackle the issue, and it's looking forward to more talks.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:36 pm  

A man from Epsom who was arrested on suspicion of shoplifting is being hunted after failing to turn up at court.

33-year-old Steven Morris was arrested in May following a theft at Marks and Spencer.

He is described as white, around 5ft 8 tall, of a slim build, with short brown hair.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Police say they believe a teenager who went missing in Sutton 31 years ago was murdered because he witnessed a sexual assault.

15 year old Lee Boxell was last spotted on the High Street on his way to a football match in September 1988.

But officers say the sighting meant he wouldn’t have had enough time to make kick off at Selhurst Park.

They believe he visited an unofficial youth club at St Dunstan's Church known as the 'shed' instead.

Detectives believe that once there, Lee witnessed someone, probably a teenager, being sexually assaulted.

It is believed that he either intervened to stop the assault or threatened to report it before he was fatally assaulted and his body removed.

Police want the victim of the believed sexual assault to come forward and confirm whether or not they saw Lee on that day.

Review officer John McQuade, from the Specialist Crime Review Group, said:

“I would like to appeal to that young person who was sexually assaulted to come forward.

“Your evidence would confirm Lee’s presence at the shed and help to identify his assailant.

“I believe that Lee was assaulted by one person and that they had help from one or more others to dispose of his body and/or cover up the death. I would appeal to those people to come forward and confirm this and help us to locate Lee’s body.

“I accept and wish to make it clear that it may not have been the intention to kill Lee and that your role in assisting the main attacker will be taken into account. But you have to take responsibility for your actions and face the consequences before it is too late for Lee’s family.

“Someone knows what happened to Lee and where his body is buried.”

Enquiries continue.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Sutton incident room on 0208 721 4005 or Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:35 pm  

Richmond Council joins forces with The Red Box Project to end period poverty in the borough

More details about an initiative to help end “period poverty” in Richmond have been released.

The Red Box Project provides free menstrual products so girls don’t have to worry about having enough money to buy them.

Cllr Penny Frost is Chair of the Education and Children’s Services Committee at Richmond Council.

She explains why an affluent borough like Richmond needs a project like this.

To find out more about the Red Box Project click here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:35 am  

The Commons speaker has pleaded for calm after what he's called the most "toxic" debate in his 22 year political career

There was a furious response from MPs last night, when Boris Johnson suggested they should honour the memory of their murdered colleague Jo Cox by delivering Brexit.

The Prime Minister also denies using "inflammatory language", and the claim it's triggered threats against politicians.

Lib Dem MP, Chuka Umunna, isn't impressed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 am  

110 kilos of food has been donated by QPR fans, as a partnership between the club and Hammersmith and Fulham foodbank got underway

Over £450 was also raised during last week’s fixture with Luton Town.

Foodbank manager Sian Gates said to the club’s website that “we just hope that this will grow and we can help as many people as possible”.

Items can be brought to every home game this season at the Family Fan Zone.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

A man has come down off a roof in Hounslow after threatening to jump

Police were called just before 8 this morning to Solway Close.

He was confirmed off the roof at 9.30, and he’s being treated by ambulance crews.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:39 am  

England takes on the USA in the rugby later this morning.

England takes on the USA in the rugby later this morning.

Full back Elliot Daly, whose early talent was honed when he attended Whitgift in Croydon, is part of the line-up.

The school’s director of rugby Chris Wilkins coached him over five years.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

Surrey County Council has outlined plans to provide an extra 800 specialist needs school places over the next four years.

Surrey County Council has outlined plans to provide an extra 800 specialist needs school places over the next four years.

The authority says the plan is to ensure every child is given the opportunity to achieve their full potential.

It says early identification of educational needs in mainstream schools will ensure that no-one in the SEND community is “left behind.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:50 am  

More details about an initiative to help end “period poverty” in Richmond have been released.

More details about an initiative to help end “period poverty” in Richmond have been released.

The Red Box Project provides free menstrual products so girls don’t have to worry about having enough money to buy them.

Cllr Penny Frost is Chair of the Education and Children’s Services Committee at Richmond Council.

She explains why an affluent borough like Richmond needs a project like this.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:42 am  

A man has been left with his skull exposed following an assault in Stoneleigh.

A man has been left with his skull exposed following an assault in Stoneleigh.

It happened at around 10 am on Saturday in Ardrossan Gardens when two men broke into a white Ford transit van.

The victim, a man in his 30s was hit in the head a toolbox by one of the suspects which caused him to fall to the ground sustaining a serious head injury.

Detectives are appealing for anyone who may witnessed the attack to come forward.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:42 am  

A commendation ceremony is held for the officers involved in the conviction of the man known as the ‘Wimbledon Prowler’

Merton Police have held a commendation ceremony for the officers involved in the conviction of the man known as the ‘Wimbledon Prowler’.

43-year-old Astrit Kapaj was a prolific burglar who targeted a small area of Wimbledon over a 12-year period.

Two police operations were set up during that time to tackle the burglaries and Kapaj was eventually caught earlier this year.

He was sentenced to 14 years in prison.

A select group of staff were highlighted as being worthy of special recognition at the ceremony on Monday night.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:10 am  

Croydon’s new green parking scheme aiming tackle air pollution is due to be introduced across the borough next week.

Croydon’s new green parking scheme aiming tackle air pollution is due to be introduced across the borough next week.

Emissions-based parking charges will see drivers with the least polluting cars given substantial discounts off the cost of their annual permits, while drivers with more

polluting vehicles will have to pay a little more.

The scheme is part of the council’s wider work to tackle the climate and ecological emergency.

Other improvements already in place include boosting the borough’s recycling rate by 9%, creating more School Streets and installing 400 electric vehicle charging points by 2022.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:50 am  

Wednesday, 25 September 2019

A rare hardback Harry Potter book has sold for more than £27,000 at Chiswick Auctions

The first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone contains a typo on the 53rd page.

It features the words '1 wand' twice in an equipment list - and also has original pictorial boards.

It was expected to sell for between 15 and 20 thousand.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Today is National Fitness Day

Thousands of events highlighting the importance of physical activity are taking place across the country.

Luke and Jamie are personal trainers at Xcel Leisure Centre in Walton.

They say working out needn’t be daunting.

A free open day is taking place at the centre on Saturday.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:21 pm  

A coin collection worth over £3,500 has been stolen in a distraction burglary in Epsom

Two men came to a house on Albert Road on the 10th of September, pretending to be from a water company.

Both were wearing black baseball caps with yellow stripes, and gloves with green markings.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 pm  

Two portaloos have been stolen in Runnymede

A white Ford Transit has been sighted in the Lyne and Englefield Green areas, believed to be linked to the thefts.

There’s been similar thefts in Elmbridge as well.

Those managing construction sites or clubs are being urged to keep an eye on their portaloos.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

An inquest has been unable to conclude whether shortcomings at a care home in Sunbury lead to the death of a 98-year-old woman

Hilda Fitzwilliam had dementia and “extremely limited mobility”, as well as osteoporosis that caused her bones to be weak.

Early last year, she was taken to hospital after sustaining three fractures, which led her to die of heart disease a month later.

Ashton Lodge is rated as “requires improvement”.

However, coroner Anna Crawford told the inquest that despite certain failings, it’s unclear if they specifically caused her injuries
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:25 pm  

The owner of Moore Place Golf Club has revealed it is closing

In a statement, the club said the site on the Portsmouth Road “isn’t financially viable” and demand for golfing in the area has fallen.

Golfers turned up at the club last Thursday to find signs saying it was closed until further notice.

It’s thought the area will be redeveloped.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

A man from Clapham, who police labelled a “serial sex pest,” has been handed a suspended jail sentence

31 year old Stefano Violante used an anonymous Twitter account to upload multiple videos of him exposing himself on the underground.

In one of the videos he is seen assaulting a sleeping male passenger on a late night northern line service last year.

He’s been sentenced to 12 months behind bars, suspended for two years.

As part of his sentence, Violante must wear an electronic tag for forty days and sign the Sexual Offenders Register for ten years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:05 pm  

AFC Wimbledon manager Wally Downes has been suspended from first team duties after being charged with breaching FA betting rules

Downes has been charged with placing 8 bets on football matches between 30 November 2013 and 12 July 2019.

Saturday’s League One match with Peterborough will be managed by assistant Glyn Hodges.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:07 pm  

Heathrow expansion is under the spotlight again today.

It’s after the Committee on Climate Change warned that aviation will become the biggest source of carbon emissions in the UK by 2050.

It’s suggesting the Government raises taxes on airlines or restricts airport capacity growth in order to reduce demand for air travel.

Paul McGuinness, Chair of the No 3rd Runway Coalition, says the idea technology can help aviation “de-carbonise” is simply not possible.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:47 pm  

There are calls for dockless bikes to have regulations on where they can and can’t be parked

Merton Council is calling for a London-wide byelaw to introduce designated spaces to leave the rental bikes.

It follows reports of “inconsiderate and obstructive parking”.

The dockless bicycles are currently allowed to be picked up and left off anywhere, and are hired via an app.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:57 pm  

A faulty tram is causing delays through Croydon

There's no service on London Tramlink between Therapia Lane and Waddon Marsh due to the faulty tram at Waddon Marsh.

Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest travel.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:43 pm  

Two people have been found guilty of fly-tipping in Spelthorne

Mohammed Bhatti from Hounslow was fined nearly £2000 after pleading guilty to one count of a lesser charge.

Meanwhile, Dean Beldom from Slough was caught twice on CCTV leaving rubbish on Sheep Walk in Shepperton.

He’s had to pay nearly £5000 and has had to forfeit the vehicle he used.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 am  

Five Greenpeace campaigners, including a man from Epsom, who occupied an oil rig for almost four days have been sentenced.

They boarded Transocean's Paul B Loyd Junior in the North Sea in Scotland while it was waiting to be towed to a BP site.

Three men and two women chained themselves to the rig in June.

They pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and were sentenced to complete around 100 hours of unpaid work each.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 am  

A campaign’s been launched to save a community café in Staines

Staff and volunteers at Marianne’s say its future is in doubt because of the “funding crisis impacting social and community services.”

The cafe opened its doors in June last year and offers work experience and training to people with learning difficulties.

The site needs £50,000 to remain open or it will close on October the 25th.

We’ve contacted Spelthorne Council for comment.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 am  

Kingstonian are in FA Cup qualification action tonight when they entertain March Town at the King George’s Field in Tolworth

The Peterborough club have won 4 out their last 5 games, while the K's have only won 2.

Kick-off is 8pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:29 am  

Surrey Fire and Rescue has decided to implement controversial changes

It includes closing night services at seven fire stations, and charging for some non-emergency call-outs.

The “Making Surrey Safer Plan” is a document upon which the brigade will model itself in the future.

It takes into account factors including budget, response to flooding and traffic collisions.

Surrey County Council is providing £975,000 so the plan can be implemented.

That’s on top of the £34.9 million budget for 2019/2020.

Bosses say the plan’s not about budget cuts or redundancies but directing money to the right resources to ensure they’re efficient.

However, critics of the plan say it means some stations like Painshill, Banstead and Egham would not have a crew on site overnight.

Surrey Fire and Rescue says the number of fires attended across the UK has decreased by 50% over the last decade thanks to education.

It also says that by using the latest “state of the art” technology, crews will get to where they need to be at all times.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:25 am  

A rare copy of a Harry Potter book is expected to fetch as much as £20,000

It goes under the hammer later at Chiswick Auctions.

The 1997 first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone contains a typo on the 53rd page.

It also has a library ink stamp and original pictorial boards.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:05 am  

Watermain repairs in a part of Wimbledon should be finished by the end of the month

Worple Road has been partly blocked off between Elm Grove and Thornton Hill since July.

MP Stephen Hammond says he has received the update from Thames Water.

The re-opening has been delayed twice already.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:38 am  

In League Cup action tonight last season's runners-up Chelsea play Grimsby

In FA Cup qualification Kingstonian take on March Town at the King George’s Field in Tolworth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:44 am  

Investigations are continuing into the circumstances surrounding a fatal fire at a flat in Staines on Sunday

A man in his 50s died in the fire at the property in St Catherine’s Court.

A woman also in her 50s, and in the property at the time, remains in hospital in a critical but stable condition.

Spelthorne Council continue to carry out a safety inspection of the building and say they hope neighbouring residents who had to be evacuated will soon be able to return to their homes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 am  

Bromley are four points clear on top of the National League this morning

In last night's game at Hayes Lane they beat third placed Woking 1-nil.

Sutton slipped down to nineteenth in the table after a 2-nil loss to Dagenham and Redbridge at Gander Green Lane.

In the Football League Trophy Chelsea’s Under 21’s went down 2-1 a Bristol Rovers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:33 am  

Tuesday, 24 September 2019

Two men who illegally exported ivory fans to Hong Kong and America have been sentenced

A court heard how Guy Buckle and Sik-Hung Or were arrested last year after two parcels were seized by UK Border Force at Heathrow.

Police enquires established that 136 carved fans had been exported outside of the EU between 2014 and 2017.

A search of the pair’s home address also found over 200 items all made from endangered species.

They’ve each been sentenced to 28 months in prison.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A prolific shoplifter has been arrested in New Malden

The suspect was found to be in possession of stolen goods from the Wilko store on the High Street.

He’s been remanded in custody and is due to appear in court at a later date.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 pm  

Teddington Cricket Club’s new pavilion has been unveiled to the public

The building in Bushy Park was funded by dedicated members of the club and cost £1.6m to build over 5 years.

Tom Harrison, who is CEO of the England and Wales Cricket Board, officially opened the site.

He tells us how the impact of England’s victory in the World cup has given the game a massive boost.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 pm  

A man who hired a hitman to kill his wife in Epsom has died in prison of heart disease

65 year old Graham Birchwood paid a friend £30,000 to kill Sharon Birchwood in December 2007.

He wanted to inherit her £475,000 assets.

Birchwood was jailed for life with a minimum term of 32 years in 2009 after being found guilty of murder.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:21 pm  

A private tutor from Tooting has been jailed for sexually abusing a number of underage girls at his home.

70-year-old Peter Hogan was found guilty of assaulting girls ranging between eight and 13 years old.

One case dated back to 1995.

Police are urging any other potential victims to come forward as soon as possible.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Former Wimbledon champ Andy Murray has claimed his first ATP Tour singles tennis win since making his comeback from hip surgery.

He beat American Tennys Sandgren in three sets at the Zhuhai Championships in China.

He'll face Australia's Alex De Minaur next.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:28 pm  

A woman from Claygate who killed her husband after suffering years of coercive abuse says she wants to turn back the clock.

Sally Challen served nearly nine years of a life sentence for murder.

Her conviction was quashed earlier this year and she admitted the lesser charge of manslaughter.

She wants to help others in similar situations, describing mental abuse as the "most difficult thing to explain."

The mum-of-two recalls the moment she was sent to prison.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

An e-fit has been released, following an acid attack on a family in Thornton Heath.

A 63-year-old woman and her teenage niece were attacked while in their car in April.

The suspect is described as a 40 year old chubby white man, with ginger and grey hair and beard.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:48 pm  

Boris Johnson says he respects the Supreme Court's verdict that he unlawfully suspended Parliament but 'strongly disagrees' with the justices.

They were unanimous in their decision that stopping parliament for five weeks had no "reasonable justification".

The Prime Minister's in New York, where he's due to address the United Nations overnight.

MPs will begin sitting again from 11.30 tomorrow morning.

Former Tory prime minister Sir John Major, who opposed the suspension of parliament in court, says Mr Johnson must make an "unreserved apology".

Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson says he's not fit to be prime minister, while Jeremy Corbyn says he should consider his position.

Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, says he must go to protect the "rules of democracy".

But Downing Street sources say Mr Johnson will be not be resigning.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

Teddington Cricket club unveiled its new cricket pavilion last Friday night on a truly memorable autumnal evening.

The new building nestled between the two cricket pitches, reflects the charm and maintains the integrity of the former pavilion, which were two Nissen huts used by Eisenhower during WW2.

The new fully sustainable building cost £1.6m to build over 5 years and was funded with the help of the England and Wales Cricket Board and the dedicated members of the 150 -year old club.

A huge amount of attention went into the design of the building.

There is a first floor viewing terrace, which now overlooks both cricket pitches.

The club colours of green, white and dark grey have been incorporated throughout with dark green tiles in the spacious and adaptable new changing rooms.

The larch cladding outside will weather to a grey colour, while the minimilistic white walls inside and exposed light wood beams give a bright and spacious appeal.

The sustainability of the building is an important feature.

It fulfills the requirements of the Royal Park management in its appearance.

It has a ground source heat pump, a green roof and a 32,000 litre rain water harvesting tank.

The sustainability meets the BREEAM excellence criteria; which has only been achieved by 10% of non-private buildings in the UK.

The club also now has it’s own entrance.

The building will nurture and support the club for many years to come and its sustainability is reflected in the clubs use.

It will have year round use with the club’s own cricket sporting and social events and will also be used by Teddington AFC and Radnor House School.

The official opening was marked with speeches from club members and the plaque unveiled by Tom Harrison from the ECB.

Nigel Owen is one of the club's committee members.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Uber has been granted a two-month licence to be able to continue operating in London.

Transport for London has requested 'additional material' from the ride-hailing taxi firm before another hearing.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:56 pm  

A group of paddleboarders in Kew have been named one of Small Business Saturday’s “SmallBiz100.”

This year’s annual competition, recognising smaller companies, will be held on December the 7th.

Active360 was originally set up to teach people how to paddleboard on the Thames.

But more recently, the team has led a number of river clean ups, with paddleboarders collecting rubbish from the water as they go along.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:56 pm  

A Councillor is encouraging people to come along to a Death Café in Kingston

It has been launched o by Dr Sharon Young, who represents Chessington North and Hook ward.

The idea is people can discuss issues like life and dying while doing everyday things like having a cup of coffee.

Councillor Young explains why it’s important to talk about our own mortality.

Councillor Young explains what a session at the café is like.

The next event is on Thursday the 26th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

A woman who was awarded the George Cross after she died trying to save people from an aircraft fire is to be commemorated in her hometown

Barbara Jane Harrison refused to abandon four passengers on board a burning plane at Heathrow in 1968.

British Airways have sponsored Bradford Civic Society to commission the blue plaque, which will be on her childhood home.

The medal honours extraordinary bravery, and she’s the only woman to have been awarded it in peacetime.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:24 am  

Carshalton Athletic can still dream of Wembley as the club progressed in the FA Cup last weekend

(Photo credit: Chris Bushe).

The Robins travelled to Harrow Borough on Saturday and survived the debatable second-half dismissal of Daniel Pappoe as Christie Pattisson’s 25th minute strike proved the difference between the two sides.

The reward for getting past their opponents is a third qualifying round tie against Lowestoft Town to be played early next month.

And player/manager Peter Adeniyi was pleased with his players’ response after losing heavily in the league just the week before.

“We remained upbeat during the lead-up to the cup game as the loss against Hornchurch was unacceptable but, while we can’t change the past, we’ve now put that right against Harrow,” said Adeniyi.

“The minimum the fans demand is passion and hard work. I felt we delivered that but we must continue to do so.“

Carshalton began strongly against Harrow and the Robins hit the woodwork three times, through Ricky Korboa twice and captain Paris Hamilton-Downes, before Pattisson’s third goal of the season broke the deadlock.

The controversial dismissal of Pappoe came five minutes after the break – he and Anthony O’Connor came together on a long ball and, as the forward threw himself to the floor, the referee blew for a foul before pulling out a straight red.

That spurred Harrow onto the front foot but Carshalton defended doggedly and keeper Kleton Perntreou made two good saves when the hosts did pierce the Robins backline.

“I can see why the ref maybe thought it was a foul but a red card seemed very harsh,” Adeniyi said when asked about the sending off.

“Paps didn’t move his arm towards the guy, there was no intent in it for me. We’ll have to look at it on the video again.”

Carshalton’s trip to Lowestoft, whom currently play in the Southern Premier Central, is now the third straight away game for the club in the competition.

But, before that, the Robins are back to Isthmian Premier League business as they host Margate on Saturday, KO 3pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:14 am  

A man from Oxshott will scale England’s highest mountain for charity on Saturday

59 year old Richard Quinn is aiming to climb over 3,000 feet up Scafell Pike for Caudwell Children.

The national charity provides practical and emotional support to disabled children.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:35 am  

There’s a top of the table clash in the National League tonight

Woking travel to Hayes Lane to take on leaders Bromley

Kick-off is 7.45pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:41 am  

There’s still no word on the apparent collapse of Moore Place Golf Club in Esher

Signs saying the club was “closed until further notice” went up at the site on Thursday morning.

Golfers say attempts to contact the club’s owners have gone unanswered, but a contact email has been provided.

Moore Place was opened in 1926 by six time Open Championship winner Harry Vardon.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:09 am  

The Brit School in Croydon has named a wing after legendary music producer Nile Rodgers

It was officially unveiled at a ceremony yesterday.

In February the 66-year-old raised more than £135,000 for the school during a special performance with Chic at the Ned Hotel in the City.

The £250,000 proceeds from the event were shared between the performing arts school and Rodgers’ charity, the We Are Family Foundation.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:05 am  

Monday, 23 September 2019

Tooting’s residents are going to be consulted on a set of proposals for a new “pocket park.”

The area will include trees, shrubs, seating, a picnic area, bike parking and play equipment for younger residents.

Mellison Road would be made one way only to traffic, but with a cycle contraflow system to encourage cycling.

People living in the area will receive consultation letters soon.

Nearly 1,400 letters will be sent out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Rower James Cracknell is the bookies’ favourite to become the first celebrity to crash out of Strictly Come Dancing

It’s after the 47-year-old, who lives in Chiswick, only managed to score 11 points for his Tango at the weekend.

Meanwhile, former Emmerdale star Kelvin Fletcher has become the bookies favourite to win the competition.

The actor, who's also a professional racing driver, got the highest opening score on the show in five years, achieving 32 points for his Samba.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Heathrow could reportedly make £1.2bn a year by charging extra to people driving to the airport

The Times also reports that capacity on buses and trains will be insufficient to meet demand.

It’s from a submission by Heathrow Southern Railway to the consultation.

It says those in Surrey and South West London have “no practical way” to avoid the charge due to a lack of direct transport links.

The airport rejected the figure, but says any revenue will help improve sustainable transport and keep passenger charges affordable.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Passengers using Croydon Tramlink had a morning of delays

Routes between Wimbledon Elmers End and New Addington and West Croydon were affected.

TfL, which runs the network, said that “faulty trams” were to blame for the disruption.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 pm  

A drug dealer who was arrested after a police chase through Epsom has been jailed for over 4 years.

21 year old Kieran Beart was spotted driving suspiciously along the A309 in the early hours of June the 4th.

He sped off before leaving his car in Richards Field and making off on foot through a garden fence.

Officers pursued him on foot with the guidance of the police helicopter before he was detained at the side of a field.

He was found in possession of a rucksack that contained a quantity of drugs, pepper spray, knuckle duster and two knives.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Chelsea's Willian believes V-A-R was the deciding factor in yesterday's 2-1 Premier League defeat Liverpool.

They had what they thought was an equaliser ruled out for offside in the first half, and moments later Liverpool scored a second.

Willian tells Sky Sports News it was tough to take.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

Police have taken over the investigation into a fatal fire in Staines.

A person died at the scene and another was hospitalised following the blaze in a St Catherine's Court at about 12.45pm yesterday.

Officers are asking anyone with information to contact them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

A boat fire on the Thames near Ham House is being investigated.

The 20 foot river cruiser was completely destroyed in the blaze on Saturday afternoon.

Eight were rescued in the water by a private boat before the brigade arrived.

Three people had minor injuries, and one was taken to hospital.

London Fire Brigade says it took 32 999 calls to the incident.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A woman’s suffered a serious leg injury outside Clapham Common station.

Police were called to reports of a collision involving a bus and a pedestrian at 12.30 this lunchtime.

The woman in her 20s, was taken to hospital for treatment and her condition is not life threatening.

No one has been arrested.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:34 pm  

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell addresses Labour Conference in Brighton

Here's what the MP for Hayes and Harlington had to say.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Liverpool's Andy Robertson says it's too early to be talking about winning the Premier League title.

They extended their perfect start to the season with a 2-1 win over Chelsea yesterday.

But Robertson feels a five-point advantage at the top means nothing at this stage.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:16 pm  

Harlequins Rugby is the latest business to sign Richmond Council’s anti-idling pledge.

Car idling produces up to 150 balloons of harmful exhaust emissions per minute and wastes half a gallon of fuel an hour.

It’s a major contributor to the 40,000 deaths a year linked to air pollution outlined by the Royal College of Physicians.

The Twickenham based rugby club is committing to educate and inspire staff and fans to be more environmentally friendly.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:16 pm  

Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne has been banned from driving for 12 months for speeding.

The 50-year-old appeared at Wimbledon Magistrates’ to admit breaking a 40 mile per hour limit in a hired Jaguar last August.

The ex-spin bowler was also ordered to pay almost £2,000 for the offence of doing 47 on a slip road in Kensington.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:13 pm  

People were jumping for their lives after a boat “blew up” on the Thames near Ham House.

The 20 foot river cruiser was completely destroyed in the blaze on Saturday afternoon.

Eight were rescued in the water by a private boat before the brigade arrived.

Three people had minor injuries, and one was taken to hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:17 am  

A woman from East Molesey is attempting to raise £70,000 for her sister who needs life-saving treatment

Erin Smith has a condition which affects her brain stem and means her skull is too heavy to support her neck.

Only five surgeons worldwide are trained to deal with the condition.

She’s been offered the chance to go to Barcelona for treatment, but only has until the 1st of November to raise the money.

Sian explains what will happen if her sister doesn’t get the surgery.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:44 am  

The number of sexual assaults reported on the London Underground has risen by more than 40 percent in four years

Between 2015 and '19 they went up from 844 to more than 12 hundred.

It's being put down to a drive encouraging victims to come forward - but campaigners say attacks are still under-reported.

Transport for London says it works tirelessly to tackle unwanted sexual behaviour.

The Central line reported over 1,000 incidents over the past four years, with 645 on the Victoria and 601 on the Northern.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

Croydon’s community groups have just over a week left to bid for a share of an annual fund handed out by the council

A total of £2.6 million is up for grabs.

There are two separate bidding processes and those who still need to apply have until next Tuesday, the 1st.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:03 am  

A cool-down in the housing market means Britain has lost more than 18-hundred "million pound streets" over the past year

Zoopla's found there are now around 15-and-a-half thousand where this is the lowest average property value.

It says typical prices on the country's most expensive street - Kensington Palace Gardens in London - have dropped by nearly 2-point-8 million pounds.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:50 am  

The University of West London has been labelled the most improved university

The University of West London has been labelled the most improved university.

The institution, which has a campus in Brentford, rose 31 places in the Sunday Times Good University League Table

That’s more than any other entry.

The newspaper’s also reporting the number of students receiving first and second-class degrees there has more than doubled over the past 20 years.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:58 am  

Chelsea Women began their campaign for a first League Cup title yesterday with a 2-nil win over West Ham at Kingsmeadow

Defending champions Arsenal won 5-nil at London City Lionesses while Crystal Palace Women won 3-2 at Lewes.

There were also wins for Manchester City, Birmingham, Reading, Durham, Bristol City and Sheffield United who upset Liverpool Women 3-2.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:02 am  

Sunday, 22 September 2019

11,000 properties across Croydon are to get full-fibre internet access.

It follows an agreement with two providers.

The installation won’t come at a cost to residents, who will only pay if they sign up for the faster broadband.

Free Wi-Fi will also be provided in communal areas of sheltered housing and council-owned community buildings.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:59 pm  

A new Youtube docu-series has been launched by Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.

The aim is to give viewers a behind the scenes look at the charity.

The first episode of 24 Hours in Battersea focused on lost and found assistants Georgie and Alice.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Wandsworth council is looking to get more residents on bikes.

The authority is looking at installing more bike hangers in residential streets.

It’s hoped they’ll encourage more people to get on their bikes by making it easier to secure them safely.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A team of teachers and parents have abseiled 17 floors off Europe’s highest helipad for charity.

The group from Wandsworth Prep have raised nearly £4,000 for the Air Ambulance charity.

The cause was chosen by kids at the school.

Headteacher Bridget Saul says the Air Ambulance landed while they were abseiling and thanked them personally

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A street-lamp gifted to Hammersmith over 50 years ago by West Berlin has been given a facelift.

It was handed to the town to highlight its commitment to its friends and allies in Germany.

The lamp was a gift from Neukölln, the district with which Hammersmith was twinned back in 1963.

It was intended to signify eternal friendship between the two boroughs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Chelsea lose to Liverpool at Stamford Bridge with a score of 2-1.

The first half of the match saw Liverpool get an early lead with two goals while a goal by Chelsea was disallowed after a VAR decision.

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says it was a crucial moment in the match.

In the end Chelsea couldn’t bring the match back with N'Golo Kanté scoring the team’s only goal in the 71st minute.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 pm  

The only surviving example of Elizabeth I's dresses is finally going on display at Hampton Court Palace next month.

Historic Royal Palaces curators have spent the last few years analysing the Bacton Altar Cloth.

They’ve come to the conclusion that the silk material, discovered by accident in a church, once formed part of a dress worn by the Queen.

It had been cut up and used as an altar cloth.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

Fire Crews and the Met police were called to St Catherine’s Court after a fire broke out in a flat in Staines.

They were called to the address just before 1 o’clock this afternoon.

One person was declared dead at the scene while a second person has been taken to hospital via air ambulance.

Police are trying to establish the circumstances surrounding the blaze. Anyone with any information is asked to contact them on 101.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Epsom and St Helier hospitals have launched their own online lottery.

The aim is to raise funds to support projects at the sites.

It’s been created in connection with Unity Lottery which focuses on charitable causes.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Tammy Abraham says Chelsea are out for revenge when they host Liverpool in the Premier League this afternoon.

The two sides met in the European Super Cup in August, with the Merseysiders winning on penalties.

Abraham tells Sky Sports News, he is determined to set the record straight today.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

The parents of a British teenager stabbed to death in Jamaica say they moved her to the country to escape knife crime in London.

17-year-old Stefika Smith was found dead in the rural area of May Pen in the south of the island in May.

Her family have told the Sunday People they moved from Thornton Heath in south London in 2016 "to be safer."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A team of teachers and parents have abseiled 17 floors off Europe’s highest helipad for charity.

The group from Wandsworth Prep have raised nearly £4,000 for the Air Ambulance charity.

The cause was chosen by kids at the school.

Headteacher Bridget Saul says the Air Ambulance landed while they were abseiling and thanked them personally.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Chelsea player Mason Mount will have to pass a late fitness test to play against Liverpool later.

The midfielder hobbled off with an ankle injury during the Blues’ midweek Champions League loss to Valencia.

Meanwhile N’Golo Kante could play having returned to training.

The game kicks off at Stamford Bridge at half-4.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A salon owner has been taken to court for allowing unauthorised staff to carry out treatments.

Israr Hussain Rao pleaded guilty to two incidents concerning Attraction Hair and Beauty Limited in Bath Road.

He was ordered to pay a fine of over £1,400 including court costs.

Hounslow Council says it hopes the prosecution sends out a strong message to those “who flout the law.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:09 pm  

World Car Free Day is being celebrated across London today to draw attention to the dangers of toxic air.

More than 16 miles of roads across the capital have been shut, including streets around Tower Bridge and the City of London.

In Kingston and New Malden residents are holding street parties.

Meanwhile people can swim for free at the Kingfisher or Malden Centre swimming pools too.

The Mayor of London says he hopes people will be inspired to take up more walking and cycling as part of their daily routine.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

Kensington and Chelsea Council is set to spend almost £3 million on 29 new Ultra-Low Emission Zone compliant bin lorries.

The proposal’s been confirmed at a council meeting.

The authority says the new lorries will help improve the air quality of the borough.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Croydon Council says it’s leading from the front in its efforts to tackle climate change.

It’s planning to establish a citizens’ assembly to help guide environmental work in the borough.

The new assembly will make sure residents have a way to directly shape how the council will tackle critical issues.

Croydon also says it’s on target to have planted 3,500 trees by 2023.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

A group of Mums from East Sheen have volunteered together to reduce the amount of air pollution.

Their STEPtember campaign is urging people to change their travel routines to make London a better place for their growing children.

Celeste Hicks, one of the volunteers, has been taking her children to school every day either walking, scooting or cycling.

They are holding a street party today; Thornton Road will be closed off.

Celeste explains the day.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Wandsworth council is looking to get more residents on bikes
The authority is looking at installing more bike hangers in residential streets.

It’s hoped they’ll encourage more people to get on their bikes by making it easier to secure them safely.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:53 am  

Spelthorne council has announced the finalist for the 2019 Spelthorne Means Business Awards

Thirty-seven local businesses will vie for awards such as Best Business in Ashford and Stanwell, Best Business in Staines and Laleham and Best New Start-up.

The winners will be announced at a black-tie ceremony at Shepperton Studios on Thursday October 17th.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:35 am  

Harlequins Women scored a resounding 101-nil win over Richmond at the Stoop in Twickenham

It was on yesterday's start to the rugby union Premier 15s season.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:59 am  

Police are appealing for information after a stabbing incident in Kensington and Chelsea

Officers were called to Wilsham Street just after 7 last night after reports of a man suffering from stab wounds.

The 24-year-old was treated at the scene and taken to hospital.

The extent of his injuries are not known at this time.

Meanwhile a section 60 – giving police extra stop and search powers – in the entire boroughs of Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham ended at 5 this morning.

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