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Saturday 4 February 2023

Children’s Mental Health Week starts on Monday February 6th

The theme for this year’s event is ‘Let’s Connect’ and will highlight the importance of mental health and wellbeing among children and young people.

To mark the week Hounslow Council will be holding a drop-in-session at Hounslow house on Friday February 10th between 9am and 5pm.

All are welcome to attend.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:25 pm  

According to Heathrow Airport’s outgoing chief executive John Holland-Kaye building a third runway at the airport is now more important than ever

He said after the pandemic and Brexit it’s critical that Heathrow is expanded to connect all the country.

Mr Holland-Kaye was speaking on Friday at the Airport Operators Association conference hours before he tendered his resignation.

He’ll step down later this year after a successor is appointed.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:43 pm  

A healthcare app first used in areas of Woking is now being rolled out across Spelthorne

Tribe allows people to find out about health and fitness events taking place in their town.   

It also aims to combat loneliness by giving residents the chance to connect with others in similar situations.

North West Surrey Health and Care Alliance is one of the first healthcare organisations to use a tool of this nature.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 pm  

Scotland have retained the Calcutta Cup with a 29-23 victory over England in rugby union's Six Nations at Twickenham

Gregor Townsend's side claimed a bonus point after scoring four tries.

It left Steve Borthwick defeated in his first match as England head coach.

Wales also began their campaign with disappointment, as they lost 34-10 to Ireland in Cardiff.

The visitors are favourites to be crowned champions this year.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:26 pm  

Two men have been convicted at drugs offences at Croydon Crown Court following the seizure of cocaine with a street value of a million pounds

 One of the men, from Birmingham, was arrested at Cobham services in July 2022 after dropping off ten blocks of the drug to an accomplice based in Kent.

 Both men, Adam Lyons, aged 35 and Ben Zito, who’s 30, were found guilty of possession with intent to supp;ly a class a drug by a jury at Croydon Crown Court.

 The pair will be sentenced at a later date.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

Today is World Cancer Day.
The international event aims to raise awareness of the disease and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment. 

Laura Parker is a fundraiser for the Royal Marsden Cancer Hospitals in Chelsea and Sutton. 

She explains why events like today are so important in the continuing fight against the disease.  
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

The victim of a fatal shooting in Acton has been named by police, as appeals for information continue.
Fernando Johnson was aged 23 and from the Shepherds Bush area.

Just before 3am on the 26th of January emergency services were called to reports of a seriously injured man in Rosebank Way. 

He died at the scene. The next day a man was arrested on suspicion of murder and released on bail. 

Anyone with information is urged to call Police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

The world-famous environmentalists – The Wombles – are celebrating their 50th anniversary.

The furry eco-warriors lived on Wimbledon Common and were a huge success around the world.

Created by Elisabeth Beresford the back catalogue is being restored and placed on YouTube.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

A man from Wandsworth has been jailed for 16 years following decades of domestic abuse.

Dean Martin Kelly, 39, was found guilty at Kingston Crown Court on 9th November last year following a 12-day trial.

The court heard how Kelly subjected his victim to physical and emotional abuse for 22 years.

His offences included grievous bodily harm, threats to kill and controlling and coercive behaviour.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:53 am  

Fulham boss Marco Silva was impressed with the maturity of his team after they held Chelsea to a goalless draw at Stamford Bridge.

The result moves them up to sixth in the Premier League.

His team may not have scored in their last three top flight games but Silva says the calibre of opponents has been a factor.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

England open their Six Nations campaign later by hosting Scotland at Twickenham in the Calcutta Cup.

Head coach Steve Borthwick is omitting powerful centre Manu Tuilagi from his matchday squad of 23.

Joe Marchant and Owen Farrell start at centre and Wing Ollie Hassell-Collins will make his debut.

Borthwick’s told Sky Sports News the reasons behind his line-up. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Firefighters have tackled a blaze at a restaurant on Balham High Road in Wandsworth this morning.

They were called at just before 4 and the fire was under control by around 6 o’clock.

The restaurant on the ground floor of the three story building was completely destroyed.

Local residents were evacuated because of smoke but no injuries were reported.   

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:35 am  

Richmond Council has approved additional funding of £1.7million for the development of a new school sports facility in Twickenham.

Affordable housing will also be built at the site which will be used by Richmond upon Thames  and Clarendon schools.

The Council is part funding the works, with the Department for Education agreeing to provide a further £4 million.

Clarion Homes will provide the 108 properties.  
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Brentford’s Ivan Toney and Fulham’s Aleksander Mitrovic are among nominees battling it out to be crowned player of the year.

Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise is going up against the likes of Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka for Young Player of the Year.

The Gunners continue to dominate the awards, with ten nominations across all categories and Mikel Arteta up for Manager of the Year.

The winners will be announced at the 2023 London Football Awards on the 13th March.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Friday 3 February 2023

Children across Lambeth say safety is their main priority.

The council has spent six months consulting over 1,500 young people on the subjects that matter most to them.

Their feedback will continue to form the “Child Friendly Lambeth” project.

The three-to-five year partnership uses children’s rights as set out by the United Nations to guide council decisions.  

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A church in New Malden is encouraging widows to share their experiences.

The Half Shares group meets twice a month at Christ Church. 

The aim is to help those who have lost a loved one form new friendships and find support. 

The afternoons, on the first Tuesday and third Saturday of each month,  includes time to chat and a session by a guest speaker.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A flat in Ashtead has been burgled.

The incident happened on Ashfield Close between 1:55 and 9:45 last night.

The suspects gained access to the property via the rear patio doors of the ground floor flat.

Anyone with any CCTV footage in the area or information is urged to contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Ukrainian tennis player Elina Svitolina has called for Russian and Belarusian athletes to remain banned from Wimbledon this year.

The All England Club is yet to confirm if it will repeat last year's suspension, which saw the Grand Slam stripped of ranking points.

Svitolina says the war in her country "is still there" and "the decision should not be any different".

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Surrey Police’s head officer is defending the council tax rise of over 5% decided this morning.

Lisa Townsend says policing is facing significant financial challenges and without a precept increase, cuts would have to have been made. 

The policing element of an average band D council tax bill will now be £15 extra a year. 

For every pound of the precept level set, Surrey Police is funded by an extra half a million pounds. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

The chairman of a charity in Surbiton is coming to the end of a gruelling 12-month long fundraising challenge.

Major General Tim Tyler set himself the goal of covering 1,000 miles on his home cross trainer for Royal Star & Garter. 

The charity supports war veterans and their partners living with disability or dementia.  

We spoke to Major Tyler mid-session. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Two dead ducks have been found tied together in Fulham.

They were discovered down an allyway on Bishops Road next to the garages yesterday.

The birds - a male and a female - had yellow wire tied around their necks, with only the head and neck remaining of the female duck.

Animal rescue officer Mark Hanley has called the incident “very concerning”.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the RSPCA immediately.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:19 pm  

A restaurant in Tooting has been awarded a share of £120,000.

Juici Jerk is an award-winning Caribbean food shop, kitchen, and delivery service.

12 black owned restaurants in the capital have been awarded grants of £10,000 each to encourage more diversity in the industry.

The money has come from The Black Business Fund which is a partnership between Enterprise Nation and Uber Eats.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:34 pm  

Surrey County Council says it has had “no dialogue” with Transport for London over the ULEZ expansion.

Although the scheme is only rolling out to London boroughs in August, councillors say all residents in the county will be affected.

The authority has confirmed it will not be cooperating with signage rollout at border areas at this moment in time.  

TfL said yesterday that it has the power to go ahead anyway, but  Councillor Matt Furniss says this isn’t true of Surrey. 

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan says the ULEZ expansion is required to clean up London’s toxic air. 
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:47 pm  

Merton Council is now “Living Wage” accredited

All employees and agency workers will be paid the London living Wage of £11.95 per hour or more. 

The Government’s legally enforced National Living Wage is £9.50 per hour for everyone aged 23 and over. 

Merton Council says it will be contacting businesses in the borough over the coming months to encourage them to follow suit.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:47 pm  

Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios has avoided a conviction after admitting to assaulting a former girlfriend

The 27-year-old Wimbledon finalist pushed Chiara Passari to the ground during an argument in Canberra in 2021.

The magistrate called the incident an "act of stupidity" but said it wasn't premeditated.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:26 am  

An image has been released of a potential witness to a fatal collision in Purley


Police were called just after 6pm on the 30th of August last year to the junction of Purley Way and Edgehill Road. 

An ambulance was en route to an emergency call when it struck and killed 52-year-old David Sharp from Lingfield, who was on a motorbike. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:54 am  

A community café in Chessington says its aim is to create a “well-being, safe and inclusive space”

Square 1 café runs out of Chessington Sport Centre between 12 and 4pm on Fridays.

Karen Hall says some people feel afraid to go because they think they’re taking free food from the less fortunate. 

But she says that people should come along to experience the social side of it. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:36 am  

Fulham boss Marco Silva says Chelsea's explosive transfer window is "nothing new" for their west London rivals - who they play again tonight

Three weeks after beating them at Craven Cottage, they meet at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League.

Chelsea have since made Argentina World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez the most expensive player ever in English football.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 am  

At least 43 vehicles have been damaged in a vandalism spree in Morden

Police were called to Seymour Avenue at around 10pm on Wednesday. 

They stopped and arrested two men. 

If your vehicle was damaged, or you have CCTV footage, please contact Merton police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:08 am  

Thursday 2 February 2023

Shell has revealed the highest annual profits in its 115-year history.

Adjusted figures came in at 32-point-2 billion pounds for 2022 - double what was made the year before.

The gains were driven by higher energy prices - partially caused by the war in Ukraine.

Shell's chief executive, Wael Sawan, says the company's putting the money back into greener sources.

Streatham MP Bell Ribeiro-Addy says “The Government needs to strengthen its windfall tax to claw back these excess profits & keep bills down for ordinary people”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 pm  

Chelsea boss Graham Potter says new British record singing Enzo Fernandez could make his debut in tomorrow's Premier League game with Fulham.

The World Cup winning midfielder completed a move of almost 107-million pounds on transfer deadline day.

It was part of another huge spend by the club's new owners - and leaves Potter with a big squad.

He admits there could be "frustrations" among the players.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:40 pm  

The Home Secretary is apparently considering an inquiry into missing asylum-seeking minors.

Labour MP for Feltham and Heston, Seema Malhotra, wrote a letter to Suella Braverman asking for the situation to be addressed. 

She has received a reply from Immigration Minister, Robert Jenrick, stating Ms Braverman is “taking advice” in considering the next steps.  

Ms Malhotra says she will continue to press the Government to “properly safeguard unaccompanied asylum-seeking minors.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 pm  

Officers have arrested a man after being caught with drugs in Tolworth.

He was arrested for Possession with intent to supply Class A drugs.

It was after being caught with 37 wraps of a white substance and 7 wraps of a brown substance.

He was arrested and the investigation has been passed to the criminal investigation department.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:10 pm  

Heathrow based British Airways and Virgin Atlantic are restarting flights to mainland China from April.

They haven't had any planes going there for the last two years because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Services are starting from around the middle of April following a relaxation of China's travel restrictions, with borders reopened to foreign nationals for the first time since 2020.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Sutton Council says it will still refuse to sign an agreement to the expansion of the ULEZ despite a warning from London’s Mayor.

Sadiq Khan is giving councils a deadline of today to cooperate with the London wide roll out in August.

A number of other councils are also refusing to sign off on Transport for London’s plan to expand the charging zone.

Mr Khan's officials say they have the powers to go ahead anyway with the installation of signs and cameras on the boroughs' roads.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Manu Tuilagi has been dropped from England's matchday squad to face Scotland in Saturday's rugby union Six Nations opener at Twickenham Stadium.

Joe Marchant will partner Owen Farrell at centre, while London Irish wing Ollie Hassell-Collins makes his debut.

Flanker Ben Curry replaces his injured twin Tom, for his second cap.

New head coach Steve Borthwick says the door's not closed for Tuilagi and claims he took the news well.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

The Jockey Club has announced an end to dress codes at its 15 racecourses.

The owners of sites like Epsom Downs, Sandown in Esher and Kempton Park in Sunbury say it’s to make the sport more inclusive.

The Jockey Club says visitors shouldn’t feel excluded because of what they are wearing and should dress comfortably and confidently.  

The change takes place with immediate effect and follows a review of dress codes and feedback from racegoers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

The chief executive of Heathrow Airport's stepping down this year.

John Holland-Kaye's been in the role for nearly a decade, and fought for the aviation industry during the pandemic:

He also played a key role in securing parliamentary approval for the airport's third runway, which was delayed because of Covid.

Mr Holland-Kaye will remain in his position until a replacement's appointed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A CCTV picture has been released after somebody attempted to steal a keyless car in Walton.

It happened at around 3am on Saturday on Cottimore Lane.

The car’s owner had stored the key in a signal blocking pouch and the attempt was unsuccessful.

Anyone who recognises him on who has any information should contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Calls are growing for Rishi Sunak to suspend his deputy over bullying claims

Esher MP Dominic Raab denies a raft of bullying allegations.

The Liberal Democrat leader says keeping Dominic Raab in office while he's investigated points to "weakness".

Kingston MP Sir Ed Davey says Mr Sunak's first 100 days in office have been a disaster.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:33 pm  

John Holland-Kaye is stepping down as Heathrow's chief executive

The airport says he'll leave this year after joining in 2014.

He helped navigate the firm through the coronavirus crisis and was involved in targets to turn aviation net zero by 2050.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:41 am  

England's new era under head coach Steve Borthwick moves a step closer this afternoon when he names his team for their rugby union Six Nations clash with Scotland

Captain Owen Farrell is expected to start at centre, with Henry Slade out injured for Saturday's opening match at Twickenham.

Jonny Gray is hoping to overcome his fitness issues for Scotland.

Meanwhile, Wales boss Warren Gatland announced his line-up for their game against Ireland this weekend two days early.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:29 am  

Richmond Council’s head of transport says the borough supports the ULEZ expansion despite asking for a delay to the rollout

The controversial scheme is due to be expanded to the whole of London at the end of August. 

This means people driving the most polluting cars will have to pay £12.50 per day.

 We asked Richmond’s Alexander Ehmann what residents, who depend on their vehicles for work, are meant to do. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:28 am  

Foreign secretary, James Cleverly, has ducked a question over what he knew about bullying allegations against deputy prime minister Dominic Raab – and when

He says his experience of the Esher MP is that he’s “very professional”.

Rishi Sunak's under pressure as well - with Downing Street so far choosing not to suspend Mr Raab while the claims are looked into.

One source has said the PM was told about potential problems in the Summer – before appointing him to his top team.

Mr Raab rejects the complaints about his behaviour and says he's always acted properly.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:36 am  

A mock hospital ward complete with GP surgery and pharmacy will open at Kingston University next week

The new build will allow students to replicate the experience of working in a real-life healthcare setting. 

The suite has been funded mainly through a grant of more than £250,000 from Health Education England. 

It’s hoped the site will enhance medical training for students so they have more hands-on experience when they come to graduate. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:02 am  

Wednesday 1 February 2023

An axe has been found during a weapons sweep of Morden Hall Park.

The search was part of a week of action carried out by Merton’s Safer Neighbourhood teams.

Officers focussed on areas around entrances, as well as along the tram tracks that border the park on its north-east side. 

The axe had been “carefully and apparently deliberately buried” in the park land just outside Phipps Bridge station.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A number of items of jewellery have been stolen during a robbery in Sunbury.

The theft happened last Friday sometime between 4.40 and 6.40pm when the homeowners were out. 

The house had also been ransacked and items stolen include necklaces and earrings. 

Anyone with information is asked to call Surrey Police on 101. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Council tax in Kingston could go up by just under 5%, as the authority tries to balance its books for the year.

It needs to save around £8m, as it projects an overspend next year, as well as increased demands on services.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan is also reportedly looking to increase taxes by around 10%, although no final decision has been made.

Kingston’s plans will be discussed throughout the month, with a final decision on March 2nd.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Owen Farrell’s ignoring suggestions he’s struggled to gel with fly-half Marcus Smith ahead of Saturdays Six Nations opener with Scotland.

They both lay at 10 but its looking likely the skipper will again be shifted into the centre at Twickenham.

That combination failed to fire in the Autumn but Steve Bothwick has since taken over as head coach.

Farrell who is the England rugby union captain says he’ll play wherever.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Rishi Sunak’s defended his handling of bullying claims against his deputy.

Dominic Raab is still in his job and was sitting beside the Prime Minister in the House of Commons today.

He’s also Justice Secretary and MP for Esher and Walton and denies allegations about his conduct whilst in various ministerial posts.

The Labour Leader has accused the PM of being” too weak “to suspend his number two, something Mr Sunak rejects.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Chelsea winger Hakim Ziyech is said to be incandescent with frustration.

 It’s after he missed out on a deadline day move to Paris Saint-Germain because transfer documents were not signed on time.

It’s claimed they were sent twice without a signature and by the time they were signed the cut-off had passed. 

PSG appealed to French league bosses, but that’s been rejected.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

England defence coach Kevin Sinfeld says hooker Jamie George is on track to return from concussion.

 They are up against Scotland in Saturday’s rugby union six nations match.

The Saracens forward initially has to pull out of preparations but he’s in the 29-man squad for the game at Twickenham.

Sinfled says George is passing all return to play protocols.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

People in Kingston are being encouraged to raid their wardrobes for a good cause.

A “clothes swap” is taking place at All Saint’s Church in Ancient Marketplace tomorrow afternoon. 

It’s being hosted by mental health organisation Champions for Change Kingston.

 The free event will aim to promote discussions around how clothes can form a part of your expression and identity.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

The Labour leader has accused Rishi Sunak of being “too weak” to deal with bad behaviour in his government.

Sir Keir Starmer says the PM was “too incurious” to ask questions over bully allegations against justice Secretary Dominic Rabb.

Mr Raab who is also MP for Esher and Walton denies the claims against him.

The Prime Minister previously ordered an investigation which is ongoing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

The biggest strike in a decade is under way.

Around 100-thousand teachers have walked out across England and Wales - in a row over pay - closing many schools.

People using airports are being warned of disruption and long delays at the border including Heathrow. 

Teachers are part of a half a million workforce including train drivers, university lecturers and security guards who are downing tools.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:04 pm  

A “violent bully” from Lancashire who repeatedly abused a woman in Staines has been jailed

25-year-old Jordan McFaulds attacked her over the course of a weekend in September last year. 

She eventually ran to a hotel reception and asked for help, and the police were called and he was arrested. 

He’s been sentenced to two years and nine months in prison, and handed a seven-year restraining order.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:17 pm  

Kensington and Chelsea is apparently the area of the country most protected from a crisis in the property market

Research from Garrington Property Finders says that over a quarter of homeowners have bought their property outright, and that mortgage debt is low. 

Hammersmith and Fulham is the only other London borough in the top ten, coming in at number eight, with a small number of first-time buyers.

Croydon came out as particularly vulnerable.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:44 am  

Music legend Tom Jones is coming to Esher this summer

He’ll perform a full headline set at Sandown Park on Wednesday the 26th of July. 

It’s part of the music nights series at the famous racecourse. 

The Welsh superstar’s career began with a string of top 10 hits in the 1960s including “What’s New Pussycat” and “It’s Not Unusual.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:28 am  

Rail staff, bus drivers, teachers and civil servants are walking out in disputes over pay and conditions

People using airports including Heathrow are being warned of disruption and long delays at the border.

Border Force staff have announced fresh strike dates for the half-term holidays in a dispute over jobs, pay and conditions.

The Battersea-based Public and Commercial Services Union says its members are walking out on four consecutive days from the 17th of February.

The government says it's "extremely disappointed" saying it'll cause inconvenience to travellers and businesses.

Lib Dem leader and Kingston MP, Sir Ed Davey, wants an end to the action.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 am  

Chelsea have completed a deal of almost £107m with Benfica for World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez

The signing of the Argentina midfielder is a British transfer record.

Meanwhile, Jorginho has moved from Stamford Bridge to Arsenal on an 18-month contract for a reported £12m.

Fulham have signed Serbian world cup staple Saša Lukić for an undisclosed amount.

Brentford have sent Sergi Canos off on loan to Olympiacos, the winger who scored their first goal when they returned to the Premier League.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:14 am  

Border Force staff have announced fresh strike dates for the half-term holidays in a dispute over jobs, pay and conditions

The Battersea-based Public and Commercial Services Union says its members are walking out on four consecutive days from the 17th of February.

The government says it's "extremely disappointed" saying it'll cause inconvenience to travellers and businesses.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:42 am  

Kingston is to start marking International Kimchi Day on November the 22nd.

New Malden is home to the largest southern Korean community in Europe. 

Kimchi, which consists of pickled, fermented vegetables, is the national dish of Korea and is traditionally prepared ahead of winter.

UNESCO recognised Kimjang, the process of preparing kimchi, as part of Korea’s intangible cultural heritage in 2013. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 am  

A number of refurbished bicycles have been donated to refugee charity, West London Welcome.

It’s hoped the bikes will help people who have recently moved into the area get around easily and cheaply.

They have been donated by Hammersmith and Fulham Borough Council.

The authority says it also means that bikes that would have otherwise been abandoned can be given a new lease of life. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 am  

Tuesday 31 January 2023

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service has welcomed 37 new firefighters this month.

They’ll be posted to fire stations across the county following their passing out ceremonies.

The new recruits took part in three different 15-week training courses, in April, July and August.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

There is going to be a tentative investigation into whether the Northern Line could be extended to Clapham Junction.

Wandsworth Council is hoping to overhaul the area, including the Winstanley and York Road estate.

In the past, fears of increased congestion at Clapham Junction have meant resistance to extended it there.

However, in recent months, work has been done by Network Rail to revamp parts of the station to improve capacity and flow.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

A cooking safety reminder has been issued after a fire in Brentford.

Firefighters were called to a third floor flat of a ten storey building on Ealing Road just after 5 on Monday evening.

The blaze is believed to have been caused by cooking left unattended.

25 people evacuated before the brigade arrived.

There are no reports of any injuries. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A shed and part of a house has been destroyed by fire in Feltham.

Four fire engines were called to Bel Lane just before quarter past two this afternoon and the fire was out an hour later.

One woman left the property before firefighters arrived.

There are no reports of any injuries and the cause of the fire is not known at this time.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Time is ticking until the Coronation of King Charles III in May.

People across Kingston are being urged to apply now if they want to hold a street party. 

The extended bank holiday weekend will run from the 6th to the 8th of May to enable the whole of the UK to mark the historic event.  

Kingston and Surbiton MP, Sir Ed Davey, thinks it’s a great time to showcase the royal borough.  

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Chelsea are getting closer to potentially breaking the British transfer record to sign Argentina's Enzo Fernandez from Benfica.

The Premier League club are ready to do a medical in Portugal with the World Cup-winning midfielder if a deal - reportedly for 105 million pounds - can be agreed.

Manchester United are in talks with Bayern Munich over a loan deal for Marcel Sabitzer.

The Austria midfielder could be brought in following news of Christian Eriksen's long-term injury.

Manchester City defender Joao Cancelo ((pron: zhwow can-sell-oh)) has denied a poor relationship with manager Pep Guardiola is the reason behind his loan move to Bayern Munich.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:46 pm  

A man from Thornton Heath has been jailed for committing armed robberies.

42-year-old Dorian Rankin first robbed a pawnbroker while unarmed in Walworth in November 2021 and stole a £10,000 necklace.

He later used a shotgun to rob a bookmakers in January 2022 and a bank in February, although he wasn’t arrested until August.

He’s been sentenced to 10 years in prison.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Five greenbelt sites have been put forward for development by Epsom and Ewell Borough Council.

The authority made the proposal at a public meeting last night in a bid to build more than 2,000 homes. 

More than 100 people turned up at the town hall last night to protest the plans. 

The Draft Local Plan will be published tomorrow which is when a public consultation on the proposals will also be launched. 

Of the nine “preferred option” sites in the plan, five are green belt sites, on which it is proposed to build 2,175 houses which is over 41% of the total of 5,400 proposed up to 2040. 

Mole Valley voted to remove all Green Belt from its Local Plan, and Elmbridge avoided all Green Belt areas by focusing on smaller 1-5 house brownfield sites, none of which are listed in Epsom’s Local Plan. Campaigners had hoped that EEBC would follow suit. 

“We are furious that the RA controlled council did not fight to keep Epsom’s special character and Green Belt heritage, as is permitted under clear emerging government planning policy” said local resident Yufan Si, for the Keep Epsom and Ewell Green Belt “ There is no clear idea of where any of the much needed social infrastructure, will come from, from schools to doctors’ surgeries, as both councillors and planners admitted in the meeting”.

There was one spot of good news for the residents as the 110 acre Downs Farm on the Reigate Road was not included in the final list.

Epsom and Ewell Borough Council statement: 

The Draft Local Plan has been developed through a robust and extensive evidenced-based approach. We believe it provides a framework for the borough to grow in a strong and positive way, so everyone will have the opportunity to live in an affordable, vibrant area with a growing economy. 

 Every borough is different, and our approach in developing our Draft Local Plan has been closely focused on our own borough’s needs, opportunities and constraints. These differ from other boroughs, and it is vital that we address critical issues in Epsom & Ewell such as the need for affordable housing. The Draft Local Plan will provide a significant number of affordable homes for current residents including local families and keyworkers, and it will protect the ability of our young people to afford homes in the future. Not only that; it will help us to meet the needs of residents who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. 

 The Draft Local Plan takes a ‘brownfield first’ approach and seeks to make as much use as possible of existing suitable brownfield sites. However, these alone do not provide sufficient sites and therefore the Draft Plan does propose a small percentage of Green Belt release. This has not been an easy decision, but without following this course of action, we would not be doing enough to help meet the housing needs of local people now and in the future. 

 The Draft Local Plan is our starting point. The upcoming public consultation is critical in the development of the Local Plan and we urge those who live, work, visit or study in Epsom & Ewell to give their views. The consultation opens on Wednesday 1 February and will be accessible through our website at, with hard copies also available in public libraries and the Town Hall.” - Councillor Steven McCormick, Chair of the Licensing and Planning Policy Committee.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:12 pm  

A man who stole an ill Macaw from Richmond Park has been fined.

A court heard that 44-year-old Sattar Abdul lured the bird into his car, then drove her back to his home in Essex.

When he drove back and returned it the next day, it’s believed she was killed by a fox.

Abdul has been given a suspended four week prison sentence, a £2,000 fine, and must complete 200 hours of community service.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A priest who shared "virulently antisemitic" material has been barred from licensed ministry in the Church of England until 2030.

11 allegations were made against Reverend Dr Stephen Sizer by the Board of Deputies of British Jews.

The former vicar of Christ Church in Virginia Water admitted the "factual basis" of the allegations against him.

But he disputed that his conduct was unbecoming and inappropriate.

Dr Sizer also denied provoking and causing offence to the Jewish Community, as well as engaging in antisemitic activity.

Despite this, a tribunal found in four out of the 11 allegations his conduct was "unbecoming to the office and work of a clerk in Holy Order".

He was given a "penalty judgment" for committing misconduct under the Clergy Disciplinary Measure 2003.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

An inquest's heard a woman who was mauled by dogs in Caterham died from 'multiple penetrating' bites to her neck.

28 year-old Natasha Johnston was attacked in in Gravelly Hill earlier this month.

The coroner heard her injuries included a wound to her left jugular vein.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:40 pm  

Some homeowners could soon be charged more to park their cars in areas like Clapham and Balham

Lambeth Council is considering a new emissions-based charging structure for permit holders. 

The proposed new pricing model would apply to the most polluting vehicles, much like the ULEZ. 

A full public consultation will begin on February the 17th.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:39 pm  

Chelsea could pay what would be a British record transfer fee on deadline day - by signing Argentina's World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez

It's understood the Premier League club have offered Benfica around £105m - which is also the midfielder's release clause.

Chelsea have already spent around £450m on signings since Todd Bohely led a takeover last summer.

Roger Schmidt is his boss at the Lisbon-based club.

He admits the situation's out of his hands.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:49 am  

Every borough in London is to get a senior police officer to head up local policing

The current model of policing is to have multi-borough Command Units, then local teams working within that unit. 

Assistant Commissioner Louisa Rolfe says the teams will “earn trust and confidence” in their communities. 

The officer will be of Superintendent rank, which is two below the commander rank needed to head up a command unit.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 am  

A former police officer for South-West London who had cannabis and police batons in his home has been barred from the service

William Holyoake pleaded guilty in September to two counts of possession of a class B drug and four counts of possession of an offensive weapon in a private place.

A misconduct trial said he’d be sacked if he was still serving.

He’s previously been sentenced to 60 hours of unpaid work and a £95 surcharge.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:46 am  

November the 22nd will now be known as International Kimchi Day across Kingston

The borough is to become the first place in Europe to join Korea and a number of US states in marking the annual event. 

New Malden is home to the largest southern Korean community in Europe. 

Kimchi, which consists of pickled, fermented vegetables, is the national dish of Korea and is traditionally prepared ahead of winter.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:31 am  

The RSPCA says abandoning pets on the street in this weather is “irresponsible and cruel.”

It’s after a kitten was left in a lidded bucket in Chiswick during freezing temperatures last week.

The animal, which had been left with toys and food, also had a badly infected and ulcerated eye, which was causing it pain. 

The RSPCA says it has seen a 24% increase in reports of animal abandonment this winter.

Charity bosses say they understand times are tough financially, but anyone with a pet who is struggling can contact them for help. 

The kitten has been named Talisker and is under veterinary care at Finsbury Park Animal Hospital. 

It’s unclear whether his eye will need to be removed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

Monday 30 January 2023

Epsom and Ewell Borough Council has submitted a planning application to create three new temporary homes.

The properties will be used to house families in the area at risk of homelessness. 

The proposal is in response to the “acute” demand for temporary accommodation in the borough, particularly for family-sized homes. 

The houses, if approved, will be built on brownfield land.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:30 pm  

The cost of living crisis has forced two popular dog friendly cafés in Surbiton and Twickenham to close their doors.

Wags N Tales opened in 2016 and won a number of business awards during its time in operation. 

But bosses say the energy crisis, staffing shortages and all-round increased costs has forced them to shut the vegetarian cafes.

They have thanked customers for their loyal support over the years.  

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Chelsea may be closing in on the signing of Argentina World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez - after telling Benfica they're willing to pay his release clause.

It'll cost the Premier League side around 105-million pounds to bring the midfielder over from Lisbon.

Fernandez is believed to be interested in the move.

Benfica boss Roger Schmidt admits there's little he can do.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:30 pm  

Online retailer Matchesfashion is getting a funding boost of £60 million.

Apax Partners, a London-based buyout firm, is injecting the cash for equity and debt after taking it over in 2017.

The company, known for selling luxury brands like Gucci and Prada, is undergoing a revival following new management.

Matches started life in Wimbledon Village in 1987 when founders Ruth and Tom Chapman opened the first store before taking the company online in 2007.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:59 pm  

Police are investigating a series of burglaries where the male victims were rendered unconscious by a drug.

The suspects are believed to have administered a noxious substance in order to commit thefts in Brentford, Hampton and Hounslow. 

The incidents are reported to have taken place between December the 22nd and January the 9th.

The male victims were rendered unconscious by the substance and woke up to find several of their personal belongings missing.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

Lidl's investing £4-billion into food businesses this year as it looks to accelerate spending plans.

In 2019, the British arm of the discount retailer committed to putting £15-billion in from 2020 to 2025. 

It's now expected to go up to £17-billion for the period. 

It's as sales increased by 24.5 % over the four weeks to Christmas day compared with the same period last year. 

Lidl opened its UK HQ in Tolworth last year at a cost of over £70 million. 

The new site will support its ambitions to open 1,100 stores across Great Britain by the end of 2025.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A plan to build a tower block on Chiswick roundabout has finally been approved.

The 24-storey tower has been in the planning stage for 25 years.

It’s to provide 252 homes, as well as office and shop space on the lower levels.

It’s believed it will take around four years to build.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:30 pm  

More than 30,000 people in Merton or Sutton say they are “often” or “always lonely.”

That’s according to the Office for National Statistics. 

St Raphael’s Hospice in Sutton is aiming to combat this with its new Compassionate Neighbours Scheme. 

Coordinator, Róisín Yin-Poole, says the aim is to connect volunteers with someone feeling lonely so they can forge a friendship. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Drivers are now able to apply for the ULEZ scrappage scheme.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is preparing to expand the emissions-based charging scheme to the whole of London at the end of August.

Londoners on certain low-income or disability benefits can apply to the £110million scheme. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:30 pm  

A woman who was killed by dogs in Caterham earlier this month has been named as Natasha Johnston.

The 28-year-old, from London, is believed to have been walking a number of the animals in Gravelly Hill when she was attacked.

Police seized eight dogs at the scene, and the force said none of them was a banned breed.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:08 pm  

Drivers are now able to apply for the ULEZ scrappage scheme.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is preparing to expand the emissions-based charging scheme to the whole of London at the end of August.

Londoners on certain low-income or disability benefits can apply to the £110million scheme. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Norbiton based Fire Brigades Union has voted on strike action.

Firefighters and control room staff across the UK have voted to strike over pay.

The Fire Brigades Union hasn't yet set dates but says it'll be the first nationwide walkout since 2003.

The news was announced at 4pm via YouTube by the Union's General Secretary, Matt Wrack.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:25 pm  

40 firefighters were called to a blaze in Twickenham this morning.

They were called not long after 7:30 to Ivybridge Close where part of the loft has been damaged by fire.

The blaze was out two and a half hours later.

There are no reports of any injuries.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

The Treasury is going to go ahead with plans for a £3bn lab overhaul in Weybridge, despite difficulties finding companies to work on it.

Concerns have been raised about proposals for the Animal and Plant Health Laboratory in Weybridge, saying there’s a lack of “supplier appetite”.

Specialist firms are needed to carry out the work, and a report says the government’s market engagement has been “limited” so far.

A spokesperson says “significant funding and work is already underway”, and it will report to a committee in the summer.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

Police patrols have been stepped up in Chertsey following reports of illegal deer hunting.

Runnymede Borough Council says vehicles are being used to force entry onto Chertsey Meads and floodlights erected.

Anyone who sees or hears anything suspicious is asked to not approach the suspects and instead  call 999 immediately.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:43 pm  

Police are hunting for a wanted man from Egham.

27 year old Ricki Bedford is wanted for breach of community order and failure to appear in court.

He is described as White, around 6' 3" tall, with hazel eyes and ginger hair.

Ricki has links to the Hounslow, Slough, Feltham, Spelthorne and Runnymede areas.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:00 pm  

Firefighters across the UK are preparing to vote on whether they will take strike action in a row over pay

If members of the Norbiton-based Fire Brigades Union vote for walkouts, it will be the first time it's happened nationwide in 20 years.

Matt Wrack from the FBU hopes employers "wake up to how serious the situation is".

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:33 pm  

Henry Slade has been ruled out of England's rugby union Six Nations opener against Scotland at Twickenham on Saturday with a hip injury

The Exeter centre picked up the knock during his club's game against Castres last weekend.

Jamie George is included, having initially withdrawn from the group after he was concussed in Saracens' defeat to Edinburgh.

Anthony Watson has also been recalled following injury.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:56 am  

It’s believed that people are illegally hunting deer in Chertsey Meads after dark

There are reports that vehicles are forcing entry onto the fields and using floodlights. 

Police are patrolling Mead Lane and the car parks. 

Anyone who sees or hears anything suspicious is asked to not approach them, and call 999 immediately.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 am  

A ballot for strikes by firefighters and control room staff in a row over pay closes today

If members of the Norbiton-based Fire Brigade Union vote for action, it will be the first time it's happened nationwide in 20 years.

The FBU says in the last 12 years firefighters have seen a 12% real terms pay cut - with one in five jobs lost.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:37 am  

New figures obtained by the Lib Dems have revealed the extent of the NHS crisis affecting Esher and Walton

1,700 people waited over 4 hours to be seen at Kingston and Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals in December.

The average ambulance response time for urgent Category 1 incidents in Surrey was 11.02 minutes in the month before Christmas.

The NHS target is 7 minutes. 

Ambulance response times for Category 2 emergencies are now 46.14 minutes, above the 18-minute target.

A spokesperson for South East Coast Ambulance said: 

We are doing everything we can to reach everyone who need assistance as quickly as possible, while prioritising our response to our most seriously ill and injured patients.

We have also contacted Kingston and Ashford & St Peter’s Hospitals for comment. 

A South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) spokesperson said: 

“We are doing everything we can to reach everyone who need assistance as quickly as possible, while prioritising our response to our most seriously ill and injured patients. 

“We would like to thank our staff and volunteers for their hard work and commitment and we continue to work closely with hospitals across our region to minimise handover delays to ensure we are as best placed as possible to attend patients in the community requiring an ambulance response. 

“The public can help us manage demand by only calling 999 in an emergency. We also urge everyone to make use of alternatives for help and advice including visiting NHS 111 Online at or by calling 111.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Sunday 29 January 2023

A 25-storey block of flats in Croydon is in the final stages of selling off the development to a mystery buyer.

Kindred House in Wandle Road is one of the final projects of Croydon Council’s development, and is set to be sold in the next few weeks.

Of the 128 flats, 68 will be for private sale, 19 offered as affordable rent and 41 will be shared ownership.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:33 pm  

The police are appealing for public help whilst searching for a wanted man from Addlestone.

30 year old, Tyson Price, is described as white, with a height of 5ft 11, of a muscular build, with long brown hair and a full beard.

He also has 2 tattoos on his arms and usually wears sportswear and joggers.

Anyone with any information is urged to contact the police on 101.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:20 pm  

Croydon Council is encouraging people to make healthier journeys this year.

It has released proposals to improve bus services and make roads safer, including a new pedestrian crossing on Auckland Road.

Planned new bus measures will aim to create more reliable services on a key route into and through the town centre.

It’s all part of the council’s Local Implementation Plan which sets out how it will use TfL funding to improve travel in Croydon.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:33 pm  

Chelsea have signed Lyon's teenager defender Malo Gusto for £26.3 million.

The 19-year-old has signed a contract until 2030 and will be loaned straight back to the French club for the rest of the season.

The defender joins Christopher Nkunku in moving to Stamford Bridge this summer.

This latest transfer has also taken Chelsea’s spending under Todd Boehly to nearly the £500 million mark.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

Merton Council has agreed to adopt an Adult Learning strategy until 2026.

The strategy, as approved by Cabinet, will ensure that high quality and sustainable adult learning is available.

It’s hoped that the courses will improve residents’ social, economic, health and wellbeing outcomes, as well as reduce inequalities.

Last year, Merton’s service was one of 25 organisations to be awarded for its excellence in education provision and training.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:17 pm  

More than 300 people have attended Richmond’s work and skills event.

Hosted by Richmond work match, Employ Richmond is the largest and most successful employment and skills event to date. 

On Friday, 35 exhibitors showcased a wide range of jobs and training opportunities.

The jobs and skills fair saw residents meet with recruiters and employers with several people being offered jobs at the event. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:18 pm  

An immersive exhibition aimed at beating the stigma associated with mental health has opened in Cheam Village

“The Lucky Ones” at Whitehall Historic House features stories from people from across Sutton who have been hospitalised by it. 

One in four adults experience mental illness at some point in their life.

Ovie Oboh from Sutton Mental Health Foundation explains why those taking part consider themselves “lucky.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Drivers expecting to use the M25 and A3 at Wisley are being urged to plan ahead over the next few weeks

A number of overnight closures are being out into place as works on the regeneration of the Interchange start.

National Highways, which is undertaking the redevelopment, says the aim is to create a smoother flow of traffic.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Battersea Arts Centre is to keep its restaurant open as a “warm space”

Visitors who are struggling with the cost-of-living crisis can enjoy a free meal and a drink between now and March.

There will also be a selection of books and board games available.

Warm spaces are opening up across London to help people who can’t afford to heat their homes keep warm and nourished.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:06 am  

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