The ambulance crew were blocked in by a Mercedes Sprinter van that was "double parked" on Buckingham Road, Brighton as they tried to reach the poorly baby early on Friday 13 February.
Police are investigating the deaths of two people whose bodies were found in a hotel in Reading. The man and woman, believed to be in their 60s were discovered in the Forbury area of the town. Officers described their deaths as "unexplained" and it was not believed anyone else was being sought in connection with the incident. Forensic teams have been at the scene this evening.
Police in Surrey are investigating a suspicious fire outside a block of flats in Camberley. It started in a storage cupboard which houses utility meters. It's the second time the property in Weller Drive has been targeted and police want to hear from anyone who witnessed anything suspicious.
PC Hayden Barwick said: “This is the second time in as many months that the property has been targeted and it is lucky that the fire was spotted by an eagle eyed tenant and could be extinguished before spreading. I am appealing for anyone who may have witnesses any unusual activity or anyone acting suspiciously to contact Surrey Police. This is an offence which could cause danger and more widespread damage for residents nearby.”
For four years, a devoted son has been charting his father's daily determination, to overcome the effects of a devastating disease.
The film footage paints a realistic portrait of family life, and will be shown as part of a TV documentary, next month.
Steve Isaac, from Hampshire, has Motor Neurone Disease - or MND. He and his family say they hope the footage will raise awareness about the condition - and prompt more money for research.
This report from Christine Alsford, begins with the words of Steve's wife Debbie.
Hampshire skipper Ian Walker and the crew of Abu Dhabi ocean racing are leading the Volvo Ocean Race at the half way stage in New Zealand.
The one-design yachts have led to some of the closest racing in the event, with just minutes separating the leaders, after 5-thousand miles at sea. Sally Simmonds sends this report all the way from Auckland.
A mother and daughter had a lucky escape after getting stuck in the mud near Lymington River.
Lymington Coastguard, assisted by Hill Head Coastguard and Hampshire Fire and Rescue service, were called to the incident which was reported yesterday at 2.20pm.
The two were stuck in the mud at Tanners Lane beach about 30metres from the shoreline.
Two other members of the family – father and son – were also there but not stuck.
Three out of four men's prisons are holding more inmates than they were designed for, new figures have revealed.
In many cases this has led to prisons having to 'double-up' or 'treble-up' the numbers of prisoners held in a cell, according to the Howard League for Penal Reform.
Three jails in Kent and Sussex are significantly overcrowded - in Lewes, Maidstone and Elmley on the Isle of Sheppey, while one prison in Canterbury was closed, putting pressure on other jails.
Abigail Bracken has the story.