A newborn baby girl has been "brought back to life" thanks to a consultant's decision to have one more go at reviving her.
A hospital in Essex rated as poor two years ago, says it's been able to turn around results by focussing on patient care, not targets.
Friends and colleagues of Dr Abdul Shakoor, who lost his family in a house fire in Harlow, are gathering to pay their respects a year on.
A baby girl has been brought back to life thanks to a consultant's decision to make one final attempt to revive her.
Beatrix Richards, from Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshire, wasn't breathing when she was born, and hospital guidelines state resuscitation should stop after 20 minutes.
But the hospital doctor treating Beatrix was reminded of his own daughter and decided he just couldn't give up. Three minutes later she started breathing and she's now recovering at home with her parents and sister.
Click below to watch a report on little Beatrix from ITV News Anglia's Hannah Pettifer
The father of the baby girl brought back to life thanks to a consultant's decision to have one more go at reviving her says they didn't realise how lucky they were.
Beatrix Richards, from Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshire, was not breathing when she was born, and hospital guidelines state resuscitation should stop after 20 minutes. But the hospital doctor treating Beatrix was reminded of his own daughter and decided he just couldn't give up.
Beatrix's father Lloyd Richards said: "We didn't realise how lucky we were - the odds were stacked against her from the off. Miraculously she's pulled through."
A baby born in Harlow in Essex has survived despite not breathing for the first 23 minutes of her life.
Beatrix Richards had to be resuscitated, but just at the moment when guidelines recommend resuscitation ends, the consultant at the Princess Alexandra hospital, decided to give it one more go.
She started to breathe and now 8 weeks old is back home in Bishop's Stortford.
She still has a tiny bleed on her brain, caused by the lack of oxygen when she was born, the long-term implications of which are unknown, but the outlook is very good.
The family are now fundraising for both the Princess Alexandra hospital in Essex and St Thomas's Hospital in London where she was transferred to at just a few hours old.
Harlow's MP claims UKIP has done the Conservatives a favour by cleansing the party of people with extreme views.
In an interview with The House magazine, Robert Halfon MP said there was a sinister element to Nigel Farage's UKIP party and accused one of its MEPs of supporting a policy which was "akin to the Nazis".
Mr Farrage dismissed the MP's comments and warned his party could add Harlow to its list of target seats.
Mr Halfon said he was pleased that Tories with "those kinds of views" were defecting to UKIP.
"In many ways UKIP have done us an enormous favour because they're cleansing people from the Tory party that had these kinds of views, which is great because I don't want people who have those kinds of views in my party. So good luck to them, really," he said.
An Essex man is one of eight people arrested as part of an investigation into an alleged charity fraud involving thousands of pounds intended to help people in Syria.
Kent Police arrested the men at addresses across the UK during an early morning operation after thousands in cash was seized at the Port of Dover just before Christmas last year.
The money, which had come from four UK-based charities, was taken by police who believed it could be used for criminal or terrorist activities.
A 36-year-old man from Harlow, two men from Derby, two men from east London, a man from south east London, a man from Dewsbury, and a Huddersfield, both in West Yorkshire, are all are being questioned at police stations around the country.
An Essex MP is campaigning to try to get everyone's energy bills down.
Harlow MP Robert Halfon says most energy companies are ripping off customers who do not pay by direct debit and he wants the government to do something about it.
Houses in Harlow in Essex, were among many that suffered damage in the weekend storms. They included a row in Trotter's Road where roofs were blown off.
A woman from Norfolk says she could have been killed when an object was thrown onto her car while she was driving along the M11 in Essex. Jane - who doesn't want us to use her surname - was near Harlow when the object smashed her sunroof on Tuesday evening.
A homeowner was punched after he confronted two burglars who had smashed their way into his home in Essex.
It happened at Felmongers, in Harlow, at about 1.30pm on Friday.
As the two men stole jewellery and cash, they were confronted by the homeowner who challenged them and was punched in the face.
The burglars ran out with the stolen items and off towards First Avenue.
The intruders are both described as white and of slim build.
One is about 6ft 2ins tall and in his late teens or early 20s while his accomplice was about 5ft 7ins tall with a "boyish” face and in his mid-teens.
The victim did not require any medical treatment.