A cancer patient at a London hospital set to have his operation live streamed using virtual reality technology in a world first.Read the full story ›
Marian Adejokun, 24, was left in a coma for a month after having a rare reaction to some eye drops.Read the full story ›
Want to find out if you are a healthy weight? Use this NHS calculator.Read the full story ›
As ITV News launches its Focus on Obesity series, here is look at some of the key facts and figures of the UK's growing obesity crisis.Read the full story ›
The boroughs have the highest quit rates in London, according to the British Heart Foundation.Read the full story ›
Autistic teenager to be moved to a specialist facility after 166,000 back campaign to end six-month "jail sentence" in a psychiatric ward.Read the full story ›
Bieber presented the 40 choir members with their Official Christmas Number One award for 'A Bridge Over You'.Read the full story ›
Last week we told you how a hospital had apologised to the mother of a baby who died in its care. Chelsea and Westminster said the death last year had brought 'significant changes' in its maternity services.
But tonight we report on a similar case two years earlier when the hospital made exactly the same promise. Ran Hunter died at just 12-days-old.
His parents say they were mocked by midwives when they raised their concerns before their son's birth.
Katie Oakes has their story:
It has been revealed more than three quarters of car pollution in the South East is produced by drivers living outside of London.
An Oxford University study found that in 2012 the population of 12 million living in the South East but outside the capital produced 77% of the region's car emissions, compared with just 23% by the eight million people within London.
Researchers found that the average daily car mileage per person was 7.7 miles by Londoners, less than half the 15.6 miles driven by those neighbouring the capital.