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Baby Caitlin kept chilled to save her life

A baby girl, from Lancashire, was put into an induced state of hypothermia as doctors battled to save her life after her brain was starved of oxygen at birth. Caitlin Kellie-Jones was taken from her parents and put in special cooling wrap as soon as she was delivered.

Caitlin had a type of birth asphyxia known as hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy. The treatment worked and the family are now back home in Chorley. Mum Nicola and Dad Paul said they worried for a long time that Caitlin would not survive.

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  1. Adam McClean, ITV News

Planespotters' wives speak of relief at the release without charge

A group of planespotters from Greater Manchester arrested in the United Arab Emirates have been released without charge.

Conrad Clitheroe and Gary Cooper, both from Stockport, and expat Neil Munro were held in February over alleged national security breaches near Fujairah Airport, 80 miles from Dubai.

Their wives hope they'll be home before the end of this week, as Adam McClean now reports:

  1. Matt O'Donoghue, ITV News

Blackburn boy, 14, questioned over Australian terror plot

A 14-year-old boy from Blackburn is under arrest in connection with an alleged terror plot to attack war remembrance ceremonies in Australia.

Police here in the UK say investigations into the teenager led them to uncover a "credible terrorist threat" targeting events to mark the ANZAC landings 100-years-ago.

Five other teenagers have also been arrested in Melbourne.

Matt O'Donoghue has the story:

Fire crews tackle foundry blaze in Bolton town centre

Smoke rising above Bolton. Credit: Granada viewer.

Fire crews are fighting a large blaze which has broken out in a Bolton foundry.

North West Fire Control received reports of a fire on Salop Street just before 3.15pm.

"Approximately 30 firefighters remain at the scene of Shakespeare Foundry and are working hard to get the fire under control which has ripped through the ground, first floor and roof of the three storey building."

– Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service
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