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A mother whose young daughter died from whooping cough wants to know why she wasn't given a vaccine for the disease while she was pregnant.
Violet Herdman was only five weeks old when she died. Her parents Emma Sharp and Colin Herdman from Pegswood near Morpeth say they found out after Violet's death that pregnant women should be vaccinated.
The NHS Choices website says that the vaccine has been used routinely in pregnancy since October 2012. During that year 14 babies died from whooping cough before the vaccine was introduced during pregnancy.
Solicitors representing Violet's parents say the family has been left devastated and they hope Northumbria Healthcare Trust will work with them to provide answers which will help Emma and Colin come to terms with what has happened.
– Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
We are in touch with Violet's parents and are already fully investigating the circumstances surrounding their daughter's death. This investigation is ongoing and it would be inappropriate for us to comment further.
County Durham boxing champion Glenn McCrory says he should never have had a career in the sport because of serious problems with his eyesight.
The athlete, who became the North East's first boxing world champion in 1989, recently had eye surgery. He says he hid his poor eyesight because he was worried it would have a negative impact on his career. He was speaking at the opening of an eye clinic in Newcastle.
A fifteen year old boy has been airlifted to hospital after falling down cliffs at Frenchman's Bay in South Shields. Emergency services including Tynemouth RNLI and a helicopter from RAF Boulmer were involved in the rescue. The teenager is being treated for leg injuries at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle.
Campaigners trying to prevent services being scaled back at a North Yorkshire hospital say they've had to abandon plans to take legal action.
Leaders at Richmondshire Council say they've been advised by legal experts not to challenge a decision - which will reduce maternity and children's services at the Friarage hospital in Northallerton.
Doctors who are part of The Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have said the plans will make care at the hospital much safer and more sustainable.
Campaigners had fought against the changes for three years.
Asif Hasan performed a heart transplant, on one-year-old Taliah Albano, last week. The surgeon, at Newcastle's Freeman hospital, says more donors are needed on the register to save lives.
Surgeon Asif Hasan is one of the doctors at Newcastle's Freeman hospital calling for the law, which prevents young babies from being organ donors, to be changed. At the moment parents aren't allowed to chose to give permission for babies under two months old to be organ donors if they died.