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Saturday, 24 October 2020

People across Surrey are being warned to store their valuables in a safe place

It comes as Surrey police say around 30 burglaries since July maybe connected to one or more organised criminal groups operating in the UK.

Detectives say burglars work in groups of three or four and ransack family homes looking for high purity and high value Gold.

Police advise to store valuables in a safety deposit box or bank vault and add security measures like CCTV.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:32 pm  

Sutton’s ambulance staff have been assaulted 30 times over the last year.

Council leader Ruth Dombey is calling the figures “utterly unacceptable.”

The 30 assaults, from August 2019 to August this year, include 11 physical blows and 4 incidents of grabbing or touching.

They relate to London Ambulance Service staff based out of Sutton’s two stations.

Potential legislation on tougher sentences is not expected to be brought forward until sometime next year.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:38 pm  

We’re all being encouraged to become hairier to help children with cancer.
Henley Shipping in Staines has launched a fundraising campaign called: Beauty and the Beard.

Money raised by participants between now and January will go straight to charity Solving Kids Cancer.

Organiser Josh Brown explains what you need to do to get involved. 

 
To find out more, check Beauty and the Beard on Instagram.  

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:29 pm  

Over 100 organisations up and down the country - from cafes to councils - have offered to supply free school meals during half term.

They've been inspired by footballer Marcus Rashford's campaign to end child food poverty.

Richard Craig, who runs the Antelope pub in Surbiton, is taking part too.

He’s very impressed with the way Rashford has inspired this grass roots movement.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:25 pm  

Chelsea will go third in the Premier League with a win over Manchester United this evening.

It's a clash between two of the so-called "big six" in the top flight, but they've not all found it easy so far this season.

Manager Frank Lampard knows how significant it would be to claim victory at Old Trafford, even at this early stage.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:08 pm  

Streatham Hill Theatre is asking for your help to reimagine its future.

It's planning on renting out its space for arts and community groups.

They've put out a survey to gauge the demand for this. You can find the link below:

www.streathamhilltheatre.org/survey

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 am  

Kingston University is leading part of a landmark study into palliative care for older people with learning disabilities.

A research team has received £900,00 from the National Institute for Health Research to carry out the study.

It is hoped it will increase the knowledge of how family carers plan for their own end of life while looking after others.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:55 am  

Headley Court near Epsom Downs is once again treating patients with complications of Covid-19.

 The former army rehab centre, now known as NHS Seacole, is currently treating 28 patients with a capacity for up to 300.

It has provided rehab to 110 patients since May, who have suffered muscle wastage problems after long-term ventilation in hospital.

There are currently 54 beds open and bosses say it remains flexible to the needs of the community.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:24 am  

Spending in central London is set to fall by £10.9bn as a result of Covid-19.

The money brought in by foreign tourists is set to drop by £7.4bn while domestic tourism will fall by £3.5bn.



London mayor Sadiq Khan said the data showed government bailouts were only a "sticking plaster solution".
 
The government has accepted that some sectors “needed more support” and announced changes to its Job Support Scheme.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:53 am  

Some small breweries will end up paying higher amounts of tax, under government plans.

The threshold for Small Brewer Relief is to be halved.

That could place 150 of them at risk, according to the Society of independent brewers.

Jack Hobday from Anspach and Hobday in Croydon, is behind a petition against the changes.

He says that it’s going to be difficult to adapt at a time when revenue is down anyway.

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The government says 80% of brewers are unaffected, and mean it’s easier for them to grow to higher levels.

He’s set up a petition against the move, which you can find here.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Friday, 23 October 2020

The Chelsea Flower Show will go ahead next year.

That’s according to organisers, the RHS, which says it will be ready to move with government guidelines.

Coronavirus forced the event online this year.

A longer show will launch in May, running for six days for the first time in its 108-year history.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Can you help track down some stolen golf equipment in Epsom?

CCTV images have been released after the burglary on The Ridge on the 11th of October.

Access was gained to an outbuilding at the property.

CCTV images have been released of two men.





posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

150 small brewers could be at risk, as the threshold for tax relief is due to come down.

It’ll also no longer be a percentage of tax deducted, but instead a cash rebate.

Jack Hobday, from Anspach and Hobday in Croydon, says that could cause problems going forward.

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He’s set up a petition against the move, which you can find here.

The government says 80% of brewers are unaffected, and mean it’s easier for them to grow to higher levels.

 

 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says it's too early in the season to talk about which teams may challenge champions Liverpool for the title.

His side are two points behind Jurgen Klopp's team, with Everton ahead of Aston Villa at the top of the Premier League table.

Lampard believes the fact the campaign is being played in the middle of a pandemic makes things hard to predict.

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

LGBT groups say the Pope’s endorsement of same-sex civil unions is a “major step forward."

In the UK, the Church of England, Methodist and Catholic churches don’t permit same-sex marriages.

However, The United Reform Church does, after concluding they are “blessed by god”.

Reverend Roger Jones is from the URC in Tolworth, and tells us why:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:06 pm  

Fifty residents are still unable to return to their homes following a suspected gas explosion in Southall which killed two people

Four adults and a child were rescued after the shop building collapsed in west London Southall yesterday morning.

Police say work's ongoing at the site, and road closures remain in place.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:43 pm  

Investigations are continuing after fire gutted part of a house in Croydon

The conservatory was destroyed in the blaze in Palmerston Road last night.

London Fire Brigade says initial investigations point the blame to a faulty tumble dryer.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:03 pm  

Every pupil in Hammersmith and Fulham in need will receive free meal vouchers through the half term

They’re paid for through community contributions won by the council through negotiations with property developers.

School breakfasts will be provided to 600 local children most in need of help.

Footballer Marcus Rashford has been leading a campaign to get kids free meals through the holidays, which was voted down in parliament.

Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Stephen Barclay, has defended the decision.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

A man and woman have been charged after a man was found on fire next to Mitcham Common

69-year-old Sophia Kokkinos from Clapham and 27-year-old Michael Brain from Weybridge will appear in court today.

The body of 23-year-old Loeike Guei from Thornton Heath was found on Commonside East last month.

Three other men have previously been charged in connection with the murder.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:05 pm  

The Referee scheduled to take charge of tomorrow's rugby union Premiership final has tested positive for coronavirus

Wayne Barnes is now self isolating and has been withdrawn from the showpiece at Twickenham between Exeter and Wasps.

A replacement official will be announced later.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:06 am  

Coronavirus has had a devastating impact on the arts sector

But the Rose Theatre Kingston is fighting back, launching its Autumn season with the previously postponed production of “Educating Rita.”

Stephen Tompkinson stars as the frustrated professor Frank in Willy Russell’s hit play which is now in its 40th year.

Stephen tells us the theatre offers the much needed escapism that we all need at the moment.  

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:32 am  

Sir David Attenborough's apparently the person who we admire the most for their values

The Richmond resident has topped a list of figures, whose ethics Britain would like to see reflected across society.

Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg came second, and footballer Marcus Rashford in third for his campaigning on free school meals in England.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:12 am  

Croydon has appointed its first BAME leader

Councillor Hamida Ali has been appointed after Tony Newman resigned earlier this month.

She says she’s committed to putting the finances “back on a stable footing”.

During her time in office, She’s been responsible for the “Violence Reduction Network”, which aims to take a preventative approach to tackling the root causes of crime.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:19 am  

The Chelsea Flower Show will go ahead next year.

That’s according to organisers, the RHS, which says it will be ready to move with government guidelines.

Coronavirus forced the event online this year.

A longer show will launch in May, running for six days for the first time in its 108-year history.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

Thursday, 22 October 2020

Fifty residents are still unable to return to their homes following a suspected gas explosion in Southall which killed two people

Four adults and a child were rescued after the shop building collapsed in west London Southall yesterday morning.

Police say work's ongoing at the site, and road closures remain in place.

 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:53 pm  

Police are searching for a 42-year-old woman from Cobham who is wanted for failing to appear at court

Christine Goodsall is white, of a slim build, with dark brown hair and brown eyes.

She has links to Surbiton and officers are appealing for information.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 pm  

England's rugby union clash with the Barbarians on Sunday, scheduled to be played at Twickenham stadium behind closed doors, may be called-off

It's after a number of opposition players breached coronavirus protocols by leaving their hotel bubble without permission.

They were separated from the rest of the squad on their return and will not be part of the match.

However, the fixture now depends on suitable replacements being found who've passed Covid-19 testing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:25 pm  

York House in Twickenham is undergoing restoration work

 The Grade II listed building has suffered damage to its external façade as result of the weather over recent years.

 The site currently serves as the municipal buildings for Richmond Council.

 Work will also be undertaken on the famous Naked Ladies fountains in the gardens, including the removal of moss and foliage.

 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:09 pm  

Could consciousness be energy in the brain?

That’s what a researcher at the University of Surrey is suggesting.

When you move or think, the brain uses electricity to send messages through the nerves, plus a little energy.

This energy has always been dismissed as unrelated to the brain’s work.

However, Professor McFadden says this could be behind free will, a scientific version of the soul.

The theory explains why computers haven’t showed consciousness, despite their high power.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

“Wear because you care”

That’s what staff at St George’s Hospital in Tooting are saying about face masks.

These staff members are saying why they wear them around the hospital:



COVID-19 usually spreads from coughs, sneezes and speaking.

Wearing a mask correctly stops droplets from hitting others.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Pictures have been released of stolen paintings and a ring recovered in Battersea

The items were found after a 37-year-old man was stopped and searched last Thursday.

The paintings are dated and signed by an artist who died a number of years ago.

Meanwhile, the ring has a platinum band and is believed to be set with diamonds.

You can find a picture of the ring here:



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

People campaigning against new road layouts in Worcester Park claim Sutton Council is failing to respond to their concerns

Lucy Mayer reports: 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

The Tooting MP has been told to repay more than £1,400 after using prepaid Commons stationery to send political material to voters

Parliament's standard watchdog found Rosena Allin-Khan used the envelopes and headed notepaper to send her 'Brexit Update'.

MPs are banned from using them for campaign material.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:39 pm  

Heathrow-based British Airways' parent company says it will operate "no more than 30%" of its flight capacity between October and December compared to last year

IAG says it "no longer expects" to break even in terms of cash flow over that quarter.

It blames additional travel restrictions and the extension of quarantine measures for a decline in bookings.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

Five people have been arrested after raids on cannabis factories in Walton and Sunbury

The house in Walton had 150 plants growing, and were almost ready to be harvested.

A 31-year-old has been arrested, and released under investigation.

Meanwhile in Sunbury, four have been arrested and a large group ran off during the raid.

Later, they were seen to go back in, and officers then arrested them.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:07 pm  

A campaign to keep lifelong learning has been launched

The £12m Union Learning Fund sees unions secure access to workplace learning and training. 

However, the government is planning to scrap it, reportedly without prior consultation.

The Norbiton-based Fire Brigades Union says it would be “ludicrous” to scrap the fund while ministers say “upskilling and retraining” is needed.

A petition has been set up by the TUC to fight it. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:56 am  

Footballer Marcus Rashford is promising to keep campaigning to extend free school meals in England over the holidays, after MPs voted against it

The Manchester United player says a "significant number" of children go to bed hungry, and that people need to "unite" to protect the most vulnerable.

The government insists support is in place, and will continue, for children on low incomes.

When an MP can't vote because they're away on business, it's common practice for a rival to not vote either so the effect is cancelled out.

Ed Davey and Sarah Olney, Lib Dem representatives for Kingston and Richmond Park, were absent for this reason.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:56 am  

Residents in Mitcham are expressing concern over plans for a replacement bridge on the River Wandle

They want the current structure and area around it given the same protective status as green belt land.   

Objections include cyclists and pedestrians sharing the same pavement and the destruction of an existing historic structure.

A vote on the proposals is due at a Council planning meeting tonight.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 am  

People living on the streets of Kingston are being offered flu jabs

18 people used the pharmacy service last week.

It’s being provided by charity Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness and the SW London Health & Care Partnership.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Kingston’s Kingfisher Leisure Centre is getting an upgrade

Kingston Council says the site, which was closed last December over safety concerns, is coming to the end of its life.

It wants to build a brand-new centre rather than just replacing the roof, which would cost an estimated £5 million.

The authority has started to prepare a business case so that work can start before the end of the year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Urgent care is to return to Queen Mary’s Hospital in Roehampton

While the Urgent Treatment Centre is to remain closed, 480 appointments each week are to be made available.

It’s expected to begin at the end of November.

The UTC was closed in March as it wasn’t possible to separate walk-in patients with COVID-19 symptoms, and other patients.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 pm  

A man has been arrested after refusing to leave the Isabella Plantation in Richmond Park

At Kingston Police Station, it was found that he was wanted on recall to prison.

If you have any information, contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 pm  

Wardens are going to patrol the towpath beside Hammersmith Bridge

Richmond Council is to supply the service following the full closure of the bridge in August.

Four marshals will patrol on bikes between Hammersmith Bridge and Beverley Brook, weekdays between 3pm and 7pm from Monday.

The authority says it’s rolling out the safety procedure as the clocks go back this weekend and the path is used by hundreds of children.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 pm  

Elmbridge Borough Council insists it’s not “ageist” despite refusing planning permission for a retirement village

The proposals by Guild Living for 222 properties at the old Homebase site were turned down at a meeting last night.

Council planners had originally said: "the application would undermine the vitality and viability of the town centre."

In a statement, Elmbridge said “We have seven centres for the community, each catering for the needs of our older people.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:50 pm  

Police in Lambeth have raised over £3,500 in honour of an officer killed in Croydon

 The fundraising event was the 24-hour Ratana Rowathon and finished at 7am this morning.

The force says it’s “in tribute to a much lovely and deeply missed colleague”.

51-year-old Sgt Matt Ratana was killed last month, and the prime suspect is still in hospital.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:48 pm  

Elmbridge Borough Council insists it’s not “ageist” despite refusing planning permission for a retirement village

The proposals by Guild Living for 222 properties at the old Homebase site were turned down at a meeting last night.

Council planners had originally said: "the application would undermine the vitality and viability of the town centre."

In a statement, Elmbridge said “We have seven centres for the community, each catering for the needs of our older people.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:52 pm  

A fourth man has been arrested in connection with the murder of 25-year-old Patrick Gomes De’Almeida in Morden

A 29-year-old was detained at an address in Croydon earlier.

Police were called to reports of a stabbing outside a block of flats on London Road on October the 1st.

Two men were found with stab wounds and Mr Gomes De’Almeida was pronounced dead at the scene.

Three men have been charged overall in connection with the murder. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:10 pm  

Two people have been confirmed dead at the scene of an explosion and building collapse on King Street in Southall

Station Commander Paul Morgan said:

“Our crews have searched the property using specialist equipment including the use of a USAR dogs. We can confirm that sadly two people have died at the scene.

“It has been a painstaking and protracted incident with firefighters working systematically to stabilise the building and search for people involved. Operations have been concluded for the evening and will restart in the morning.

The explosion caused substantial damage to the shop and structural damage throughout.

"In the initial stages firefighters rescued four adults and one child were rescued at the rear of the property using a ladder. A further fourteen adults and two children self evacuated from surrounding properties.”

The Brigade was called at 6:38am. Six fire engines and around 40 firefighters from Southall, Hayes, Heston, Ealing and Feltham fire stations were at the scene.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:50 pm  

Some students being asked to leave flats in Brentford are being moved to Wembley

A shuttle bus is to run in order to take them to University.

However, this student, Davy, told us he has concerns about the disruption to his studies due to the distance from the South Ealing campus.

He’s also worried about regularly being on a bus with many other people during the pandemic.

They’re being asked to leave due to fire safety concerns.


Kate Davies, group chief executive of Notting Hill Genesis, said: 

“First, I want to say how sorry we are to residents that we have had to take this action and disrupt their lives. But, as a not-for-profit housing association, our priority is to provide safe, affordable housing. We always ensure the wellbeing of our residents, so while we are incredibly disappointed to have to make this decision, we believe that we have no choice but to ask people to leave their homes on the Paragon estate.


 I understand that Paragon residents may feel angry or alarmed by this news, as they have every right to be. This is a very distressing time and we are genuinely sorry for the huge amount of disruption and uncertainty that this situation will cause. “This is a complex situation and we don’t yet have all the answers. We are working to uncover the full extent of the issues at Paragon so that we can provide residents with clarity about timescales, next steps and options as quickly as possible. “We are doing all we can to support people who live in Paragon through this difficult situation. We have identified safe accommodation for everyone to move into this week and are providing financial support to help them do that. We are also giving everyone a dedicated caseworker to discuss their specific needs both now and for the longer-term where necessary."
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:39 pm  

Detectives investigating a stabbing in Kew last year have charged a man

18 year old Isaac Musoke has been charged with attempted robbery and grievous bodily harm. 

The charges relate to an incident on Royal Parade where a 57-year-old man suffered knife wounds.

He was taken to hospital where his injuries were found to be not life-threatening.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

A cannabis factory has been discovered at a house in Walton

Officers arrived at the address in Hurtwood Road at around 6pm yesterday where they found 150 cannabis plants.

A 31-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the production of a controlled drug.

He has since been released under investigation and enquiries remain ongoing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:40 pm  

People across South West London and Surrey are being encouraged to take part in the “Big Noise” today

It’s in aid of male breast cancer awareness week, a time when we’re reminded that men great breast cancer too.

Charities including Walk the Walk, the team behind the Moonwalk, will issue help and information on social media across the day.

Nina Barough is the charity’s founder; she explains why men need to know their breasts as well as women do:

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

The Tory hopeful for the Mayor of London hopes he’s got the icing on the cake for his campaign

Shaun Bailey has posted a video on Twitter mimicking the Great British Bakeoff.

In it, he’s presenting a showstopper of his “vision for London”, which is judged by a fake Paul and Prue.

Some say its “clever and amusing” and others “childish and embarrassing”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:26 pm  

South West London’s Police chief has written an open letter to residents

Lis Chapple is the BCU commander for South West London, which covers Richmond, Merton, Wandsworth and Kingston. 

She’s reinforcing the message from Government to wear face coverings and refrain from mixing with other households indoors.

In the letter, Ms Chapple also highlights the  “complex and challenging” work done  by the Met Police. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

The acting medical director at Kingston Hospital has praised the site’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic

Amira Girgis has been in the role since April, when the maximum number of patients with the virus admitted to Kingston, peaked.

But speaking on the Talk Richmond Podcast, Amira says the pandemic has had a serious impact on other health issues.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:42 am  

The Fire Brigades’ Union will hold a “Heavenly Birthday Event” later to mark Zane Gbangbola’s 13th birthday

Zane passed away at his home in Chertsey during the floods of 2014 when he was just 7-years-old.

People are being urged to attend the Zoom meeting at 7pm.

Over 100,000 petitioners have joined the “Truth About Zane Campaign" calling for an independent inquiry into his death.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 am  

Stormzy's stab-proof vest has been nominated for a major design award.

The artist from Croydon wore it while headlining Glastonbury to draw attention to inequality.

The winner of the Beazley Designs of the Year will be announced next month.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Tuesday, 20 October 2020

Beefeaters are to be spared from job cuts.

Historic Royal Palaces are consulting on redundancies, but a spokesman told the Standard that Beefeaters are safe.

It’s after five took voluntary redundancy.

The charities six sites include Hampton Court and Kensington Palace.

It’s forecasting income of just £10m this year, after its sites had to close. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Carshalton’s and Wallington’s MP is taking on an apprentice for a year.

 Conservative Elliot Colburn will take on a school leaver who lives in his constituency.

They will study an NVQ in Business Administration through Carshalton College whilst working in Elliot’s constituency office.

The successful candidate will learn about the role of an MP and the relationship between Government and Parliament.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

Travellers to Hong Kong or Italy from Heathrow will soon get results back from a Covid-19 test at the airport within an hour.

Both of those countries won't let passengers in without proof they're negative.

Collinson is one of the logistics companies running the operation at Heathrow.

Boss David Evans explains the difference between the faster LAMP swabs - to standard ones.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:37 pm  

The MP for Brentford is expressing concern for residents and students being asked to vacate a number of tower blocks.

Housing Association Notting Hill Genesis announced yesterday it is evacuating over 1,000 flats on the Paragon Estate this week.

The company is now carrying out a comprehensive review of the structures over fire and safety fears. 

When built in 2007, the scheme of blocks ranging from 4-17 storeys, was hailed as one of the tallest modular buildings in the world.

Ruth Cadbury is calling for action from the Government to address the impact on residents living in sub-standard blocks of flats.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Visitors to Thorpe Park have reportedly been harassed and attacked at a Thorpe Park “Fright Night”.

One visitor told the Metro that actors had fled for their own safety, and she was punched in the head by a teenager.

She also spoke about groups of 15-50 roaming about the park.

The park says “We take these sort of incidents very seriously and we asked those guests to leave” and surrey police are investigating


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

A library has opened in Streatham in memory of a young mum who lost her life to brain cancer at just 41-years-old.

Louise Simonsen was very active in the community, managing a homeless project.

Lou’s Little Library will commemorate the mother and wife who still read a book a week even when she was nearly blind.

Her lending library has opened in Pathfield Road and is featured in the Streatham Literary Festival this month.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 pm  

Social media content aimed at making youngsters aware of Coronavirus is going live in Hounslow

The council wants to show them how easily it can spread in groups.

The TikTok and Instagram content is going be aimed at 11 to 18 year olds.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:33 pm  

A man has been taken to hospital after a fire in Southfields this morning

Crews were called just before 8.30am to Melrose Road.

Part of a flat on the lower ground floor was damaged, and firefighters wearing breathing apparatus rescued one man.

The cause is under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:53 pm  

Sunbury Walled Gardens and Staines cemetery have been awarded Green Flag status for the 10th year running

They were built in the early 18th century and restored by Spelthorne Council in 1985.

They now provide a “gem” of tranquility housing over 200 varieties of Clematis.

The Green Flag Award Scheme recognises and rewards well managed parks and green spaces across the UK.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:29 pm  

Passengers flying from Heathrow to Italy and Hong Kong will be able to get tested for Covid-19 at the airport, and receive their results an hour later

They'll have to book it online first, at a cost of £80.

Both destinations require anyone from the UK to provide a negative result before they're allowed in.

John Holland-Kaye is Heathrow's chief executive.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

England rugby union head coach Eddie Jones has named a 32-player squad for Sunday's game with the Barbarians at Twickenham

The match will serve as a warm up for the conclusion of the Six Nations as well as the Autumn Cup.

George Furbank and Piers Francis are both recalled.

Jones is without Manu Tuilagi and Courtney Lawes due to injury - as well as Exeter, Wasps and Bristol players due to their potential Premiership final involvement.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Residents and traders are being asked if they want temporary car-free measures in Twickenham to continue

Church Street was pedestrianised in June to help with social distancing measures.

The council says the result was very positive as more customers were drawn towards alfresco dining.

The authority is asking people to give their views by November the 22nd via its website.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:53 am  

Heathrow Airport's offering rapid Covid-19 testing for some passengers before take off

Testing facilities have been set up in Terminals 2 and 5, that'll initially screen people travelling to Hong Kong and Italy.

The service costs £80 and aims to provide results in around one hour.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:41 am  

The M25’s been partially closed after a crash involving an ambulance

The pile up also involved a car and a lorry, and left the car driver with serious leg injuries.

It happened at around 3.30 this morning between junctions 9 for Leatherhead and 8 for Reigate.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

Money seized from a man jailed for drugs offences will be donated to Reigate and Banstead Women’s Refuge.

It’s after 24 year old Eltian Tzinti was handed 6 months in jail for possession with intent to supply class A drugs in August.

Officers arrested him and seized approximately 59 bags of cocaine and £2,700 in cash from the car he was travelling in.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 am  

A man from Epsom has gone viral after tweeting that he’s “not ok”.

Edmund O’Leary has since received over 100,000 messages of support.

That includes from local charity Love Me Love My Mind, and Dublin Airport.

The father of two told the Sunday Times it’s been an “absolutely horrendous year”, and his mental health has taken a “battering”.

One person wrote that “the toll of this year is immense”, but that “you’re not alone, better days are coming”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

A house in Sutton has been severely damaged by fire.

 Crews were called Saturday evening to Sydney Road, taking 12 calls to the blaze.

One man was taken to hospital, and two more were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation.

The ground floor of the house was destroyed, and most of the first floor was damaged.

The cause is under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Monday, 19 October 2020

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says he intends to keep calm and carry on working on their defensive problems.

The Londoners have conceded 63 goals in 43 matches since he took charge at Stamford Bridge.

Lampard feels the quick turnaround between the last campaign and this season hasn't helped their efforts to improve at the back.

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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A crematorium may be coming to Reigate and Banstead.

Currently, residents who wish their loved ones to be cremated must travel to Leatherhead, Crawley or Croydon.

A suitable site has been identified in Woodhatch, in a “semi-rural” and “tranquil” location.

Typically, there needs to be 150,000 people in a borough to justify building one, and Reigate and Banstead was just under that at the last count.

The council is consulting on the plans.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Police in Brentford are investigating reports of gunfire.

Officers were called just after midnight to Layton Road where they discovered two vehicles, one of which had collided with a wall. 


The occupants of both cars had already left the scene.

No arrests were made and no injuries were reported.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

There are calls for the Ash Ranges to stay completely open to the public

Part of the area was open after 4pm, after the Ministry of Defence had finished firing exercises.

David Cooper from Kingston Ramblers says people in the area are now “denied the opportunity” for a short leisure walk.

A MoD spokesperson said:

“The technical areas of the Ash Ranges training area have been closed permanently. This is due to safety concerns for the general public accessing a firing range, even on non-firing days, and to prevent vandalism to these facilities. These are already clearly marked and hard to access without using the gates. No new fences will be erected that restrict access by the public.

“The remaining 88 per cent (3,500 acres) of Ash Ranges is available for public access unless live firing is taking place or the areas are being used for military training.  There is no intention whatsoever to prevent ongoing access to Ash Ranges Danger Area.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A man in Staines had to wash a police car, after he rubbed his genitals on it

The man was drunk in the town centre on Saturday night, and allegedly “thought it would be funny” to befoul the handle of the vehicle.

However, he was caught, arrested and spent the night in a cell.

Washing the car was part of his conditional caution.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Police have broken up a fight in New Malden

Officers were called to a parade of shops known as The Triangle at 3 o’clock this afternoon.

Two men were believed to have been involved; one teenager was treated at the scene by medics.

The other man had left the scene prior to police arrival and no arrests were made.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Several tower blocks in Brentford are being evacuated after checks prompted by the Grenfell disaster

Around 1,000 people at a development are being re-homed while experts examine the buildings.

Almost 700 are students from the University of West London.

The not-for-profit housing association Notting Hill Genesis says it'll carry out a "comprehensive safety review".

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:44 pm  

Police in Merton are still looking for somebody who failed to appear in court

59-year-old Christopher Cahill was arrested at the beginning of the month on suspicion of possessing class B drugs.

Appeals were circulated about him last week, but he remains at large.

If you have any information, contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:03 pm  

The man alleged to have shot a police officer in Croydon is reportedly paralysed and may never be charged

The Sun reports that 23-year-old Louis De Zoysa suffered a stroke that left him brain damaged, and unlikely to recover.

Sergeant Matt Ratana was allegedly killed by De Zoysa in a custody suite last month, who then shot himself.

A spokesperson for the Crown Prosecution Service says they “continue to assist the police following the tragic death of Sergeant Matt Ratana.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

A mum from Tadworth is hoping to put the fun back into Halloween

The Coronavirus pandemic means Trick or Treat will look very different this year because of social distancing.

 Artist Cat Spear says by taking the lead of NHS supporters,  you can keep the magic alive for your little ones.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:41 am  

Fulham have finally scored a point in the premier League

They drew 1-all yesterday with Sheffield United, who also received their first point of the season.

Fulham boss Scott Parker handed debuts to three players, including Ademola Lookman who scored at 77 minutes.

Fulham boss Scott Parker is backing Aleksander Mitrovic after the striker missed a penalty, then conceded one in the other box.

Parker says the Serbian will soon be finding the net again.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:24 am  

The long-awaited inquest into the Croydon tram crash was due to begin today

The 12-week hearing into the derailment, which killed 7 in November 2016, has been delayed because of Coronavirus. 

A new date has yet to be announced.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

Sunday, 18 October 2020

Croydon is among the top 20 places in England and Wales with the most tree cover, according to a new survey.

Two London boroughs made the top 20 - the other one’s Camden – almost a third of them are covered in trees.

Croydon and Camden both have wooded areas but also lots of tree lined streets and gardens which push the percentage up.

Aerial survey company Bluesky International, and mapping specialist Esri UK, have detected 400 million trees in England and Wales but say there are still more to find.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 pm  

As Candle Safety Week draws to a close London fire brigade has warned of the dangers they pose.

Last week a woman was led to safety after a candle fell over in a kitchen set light to a house in South Norwood. 

The brigade says candles started 660 fires in London last year. 

They’re urging people to always ensure candles are blown out before they leave a room, or switch to safer battery-powered imitation candles instead.  


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Surrey contains 7 of the top 10 areas of England and Wales with the most tree cover, according to a new study.

Surrey Heath has the largest percentage of trees in the country with 41% coverage.

Waverley is second.

Runnymede, Woking, Mole Valley, Elmbridge and Guildford also feature in the top 10.

Aerial survey company, Bluesky International and mapping specialist Esri UK used photos and artificial intelligence to make their National Tree Map.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:46 pm  

Government plans to reduce the number of affordable homes required in a single new development are coming under fire.

Currently, a site needs to include affordable housing if it has 10 or more homes but there are proposals to raise that threshold to 50.

Reigate and Banstead council are among those criticising the plans, which could mean losing 60% of affordable homes there.

The government says the aim is to support the construction industry “as the economy recovers from Covid-19” and they’re looking at responses to the consultation.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:44 pm  

Drug related deaths are on the rise across London and the UK and are currently at their highest level since records began in 1993.

A spike’s been seen in Richmond Upon Thames where 21 people died between 2017 and 2019 – a 50% increase over the last six years.

And it’s a similar story in Kensington and Chelsea which saw 23 deaths over the same period.

Both boroughs have people dying of drug poisoning at a greater rate than the London average.

The study, from the Office of National Statistics, also revealed a lot more people are dying from prescription drugs than ever before.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:11 pm  

Chelsea's manager, Frank Lampard, has admitted his team’s defensive failings.

The Blues went 2-nil up in the first half against Southampton in the Premier League yesterday, only to lose the lead twice and draw 3-3.

Lampard said Chelsea played some of their best football early on but is unhappy with the way they reacted to pressure.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 pm  

Merton Council’s budget deficit for next year has risen from £3 million to £17 million because of Coronavirus.

The man due to take over from current council leader Stephen Alambritis has written to all London MPs.

Mark Allison is urging them to raise the issue in Parliament to put pressure on ministers for more funding.

He says the response to the pandemic has come at huge financial cost, with councils in London alone facing a £1.4 billion funding gap.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:22 pm  

Aleksander Mitrovic missed and conceded a penalty as Fulham gave up a 1-nil lead to draw 1-all at Sheffield United in the Premier League.

The Serbian lifted his spot-kick over the bar for Scott Parker's side, before Ademola Lookman gave them the lead.

It’s Fulham’s first point of the season and it lifts them off the bottom of the table – one place above Burnley, who play tomorrow.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:13 pm  

A number of parks in Merton are now officially among the best in the world

 A number of parks in Merton are now officially among the best in the world. 

Six green spaces have been handed a coveted Green Flag Award.

The accolade is an international mark of quality.

Dundonald Rec and South Park Gardens in Wimbledon are two of the six recognised. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 am  

A motorist has been reported for court after being clocked travelling at 106 miles an hour along the A3 at Ripley

 A motorist has been reported for court after being clocked travelling at 106 miles an hour along the A3 at Ripley. 

Police pulled over the Mercedes, only to discover the driver was uninsured and the tread on one of the tyres measured just 0,8 millimetres. 

Surrey police say the vehicle has been impounded. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 am  

Police in Sutton are searching for a man who set light to an aerosol can and hurled it onto a bus

 

Police in Sutton are searching for a man who set light to an aerosol can and hurled it onto a bus.

It happened after the man and his friends boarded the 151 near Sutton High Street at the Crown Road bus stop on Thursday afternoon..

They were challenged by the driver when they refuse to tap in.

They got off and then threw the lighted can through the open window of the driver’s cab. Luckily no one was hurt.

Police have described the incident as shocking and dangerous and they’ve appealed for the public’s help in tracing those involved.

 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:08 am  

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