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Drivetime with Eddie Nestor
On the Drivetime show, we'll have more on the report into a fatal helicopter crash in Vauxhall last year which found warnings about the high-rise building into which the helicopter crashed were ignored.
And Ealing Council has been strongly urged by a cabinet minister to scrap a parking ticket it slapped on a disabled driver after a flat tyre forced him to park on the kerb.
'Baby shaken by childminder'standard
A five-month-old baby girl suffered a brain injury when she was shaken by a childminder, the Family Division of the High Court has ruled after Ealing Council asked the judge to decide who had hurt the baby.
She was taken to a hospital in Ealing after suffering convulsions.
Ms Justice Russell concluded the childminder had shaken her during a "momentary loss of control". Although the child was well cared for by her parents, they and the childminder had lied to social workers and police, the judge said.
'Unsafe' food destroyedstandard
Food safety officers have destroyed more than 1,200 unsafe food items in Witley Industrial Estate in Southall, Ealing Times reports.
Ealing Council collaborated with the police and the Home Office to carry out the raid on 28 May.
John Soane home restorationstandard
The second home of architect John Soane home is to be restored as part of a multi-million pound project to transform it into a tourist attraction.
A £4.42m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund and £4.14m from Ealing Council will go towards the redevelopment of the Grade I-listed Pitzhanger Manor House, which Soane built as a weekend retreat.
Ealing to 'become mini Holland'standard
Plans to turn Ealing town centre into a "mini Holland" with a cycle route for Uxbridge Road, a link to the new A40 superhighway and segregated cycle paths will go ahead despite organisers only securing up to half of the funding for the project.