Nicola Appleby and her husband tried for ten years to have children.
It was only after research revealed there is a faulty gene that can cause miscarriages, that the couple were able to have treatment.
The pair, from Chesterfield, now have three-month-old twins.
A father from Chesterfield has told would-be parents struggling to have children not to give up hope.
Michael Appleby and his wife Nicola tried for ten years to have children. After scientists discovered there was a faulty gene found in both men and women, Nicola was offered drugs and they had healthy twins.
There is heavy traffic and one lane closed as a result of a broken down lorry on the M1 Northbound.
It is stopped between J28 A38 (Alfreton) and J29 A617 / A6175 (Chesterfield / Mansfield) in the roadworks area.
The new £6.65m composting facility for North east Derbyshire will be officially opened today.
The facility, at Arwright, has been built to deal with food and garden waste collected by Bolsover District Council, North East Derbyshire District Council and Chesterfield Borough Council from around 128,000 households in the area.
Up to 40,000 tonnes of waste can be taken to the facility each year to be turned into compost.**
The multi-million selling artist Tom Jones will be swapping the green grass of home for the green grass of Chesterfield Football club when he performs there tonight. (Saturday June 6, 2014).
Best known for hits such as' It's not unusual, Kiss and Deliah', Sir Tom will be taking to the stage at the Proact Stadium as part of a weekend of live music.
" I am absolutely delighted that we have secured the booking of the one and only Tom Jones. He is without doubt one of the world's best acts. For over five decades he's been at the very top of the tree playing to audiences all over the world."
Club Chairman Dave Allen.
Sir Tom will be in good company as Katy B, Ms Dynamite and Tinie Tempah will be entertaining the crowds tomorrow.
A new initiative to support Armed Forces veterans acclimatise after service has been set up in Chesterfield.Read the full story ›
Organisers of a new initiative to support armed forces veterans in Chesterfield are calling for it to be rolled out across the country.
The Chesterfield Armed Forces and Veterans Hub was set up this year to give support to veterans on a range of issues including finance, mental health and housing.
It's based at the town's football stadium on the last Friday of every month.
The true scale of cash letter scams targetting vulnerable and elderly people in our communities is being laid bare by a local charity.
The group 'Think Jessica', set up by Marilyn Baldwin from Chesterfield, whose mother was tricked out of £50,000 by con artists, says the victims of the scam mail shots are being ripped off by £10 billion a year - three times the previous estimate.
Now the Royal Mail is training postmen and women to spot potentially fraudulent mailshots to pensioners as the get-rich-quick con hits record levels. Jon Hill reports:
Postmen are being given guidance on how to spot mail scams. It follows a campaign by Marilyn Baldwin from Chesterfield whose mother was targeted by conmen who sent her 30 scam letters a day.
One mother's experience of post natal depression was so extreme she contemplated suicide - and even harming her own child.
Natalie Ellis, from Chesterfield, has decided to speak out in the hope that other mums find the courage to seek help, if they find themselves in the same situation.
Some viewers may find the story upsetting.
Victoria Davies reports: