A hero bus driver who saved a baby from choking and then carried on with the rest of his shift has been named by his proud colleagues.Read the full story ›
Staff and patients at Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool have released a cover of an S Club 7 hit.Read the full story ›
A judge hearing the case of Alfie Evans has asked doctors if "other options" are possible to allow his family to take him home.Read the full story ›
A 14-year-old boy has been flown to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital from the Isle of Man after sustaining serious injuries from a collision.
At approximately 4.40pm on Friday 30th March, police were called to Andreas Airfield after reports of an accident involving a teenager colliding with a vehicle.
The boy's condition remains serious and his treatment is ongoing.
Enquiries into the circumstances of what occurred are underway and the driver of the vehicle has been interviewed accordingly.
Former Liverpool stars handed over £250,000 to Alder Hey today - to ensure the building of their research institute can be completed.
Robbie Fowler, Ian Rush and Gary McCallister met 4 year old Harry Howard, who last year took part in a successful clinical trial at Alder Hey after he was diagnosed with blood cancer.
Rachel Townsend has the story.
The parents of a seriously ill toddler from Liverpool are in a High Court fight for their son to continue to get life support treatment.Read the full story ›
A High Court judge is analysing preliminary issues in the case of a sick 18-month-old boy at the centre of a life-support treatment dispute.Read the full story ›
Pop stars Britney Spears and Justin Bieber are wrapping themselves up to support to a new craze raising money for one of our hospitals.
They've joined a long list of celebrities worldwide wearing scarves with their initials on.
All the money will go to the new Alder Hey children's hospital and research centre which opens next year.
Four year old Megan Fish from Preston is starring in a new film to be shown in cinemas across the North West from today.
She has undergone a number of complex heart operations. Her story is being used to help raise funds to build a new Alder Hey hospital in Liverpool.
Merseyside Police have delivered over 2500 Easter eggs to children at Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool flanked by two Easter bunnies.
Police Constable Phil McKeown, the dedicated neighbourhood for Knotty Ash where Alder Hey is situated, helped organise the effort, which involved him and colleagues spending their day off driving around 250 miles to almost every police station in Merseyside to collect donations.
He said: "My son, Caelan, spent a year at Alder Hey when he was first born as he had a critical heart condition. The doctors saved his life and the nursing staff helped us so much that I wanted to give something back.
We pretty much lived at Ronald McDonald House during 2013 and going back with all those Easters eggs was great as I saw parents and staff we had got to know.
"The smiles on the children's faces were absolutely fantastic for me and my colleagues to see and some parents told us the sight of the Easter bunny put the first smile they'd seen on their child's face for days.
"It was a real team effort, not just from the officers who handed out the donations on the day, but also from the many police officers and support staff who donated two and half thousand eggs.
I would especially like to thank Wirral Sports and Social Club in Bromborough for their particularly large donation, and local supermarkets Tesco, Asda, Sainsburies, Co-Op and Knowsley Council for their kind donations too.
"It has been a pleasure for us to have brought a little bit of cheer to some kids and their parents during what I know myself is a very difficult time."