A seven-week-old baby boy has needed hospital treatment after an incident in Middleton Grange Shopping Centre.
The infant was being pushed in his pram through the centre in Hartlepool at around 4pm on Monday 20th July.
A large cup containing cola and ice cubes landed in the pram, hitting the baby.
His parents took him to the University Hospital of North Tees where he was kept in overnight but did not receive any long-lasting injury.
Cleveland Police officers are looking into the circumstances of what happened and want witnesses to come forward.
Police in Richmond believe they have identified the mother of a baby found dead in a wheelie bin on Monday (December 1).
Preliminary findings of a post mortem examination suggest the baby girl was stillborn.
Police are continuing their enquiries to establish the full facts in this incident.
Fay Murrish's daughter Chanel is just ten weeks old but already has had seven medical procedures because of a rare heart condition. She had open heart surgery just minutes after being born.
A North Yorkshire mother fears she may be a victim of a Spanish baby trafficking scandal.
Ruth Appleby was told her daughter Rebecca died in a Spanish hospital just hours after she was born - but now she believes her baby was stolen and sold for adoption by a criminal network of Spanish doctors, nurses, priests and nuns. More to follow.
An 18-month-old boy suffered head injuries and a broken leg after falling from a first floor window.
A spokeswoman for the North East ambulance service said they were called to an address in Oak Street, Seaton Burn, in North Tyneside at around 11.20 yesterday.
It is believed the infant is still being treated in hospital.