Geraldine Scott

An innovative health volunteer service in south Norfolk has been granted a further two years of funding.

More than £42,000 in grants has been given to groups which aim to make Norwich a better place to live and work.

A new way to help people in Norwich when they’re heading for a health or care crisis is being put to the test.

The region’s mental health trust has been listed in the top five in the country for sending patients out of the area for their care.

A special event giving people with experience of mental ill health the chance to hear inspirational stories from others while sharing their own ideas for promoting recovery will take place next week.

The fascinating history of mental health treatment in Norfolk has been unveiled as the stories of those admitted to the Norfolk County Asylum - later known as St Andrew’s Hospital - have been revealed.

Nurses and healthcare assistants from across Norfolk gathered for a candlelit vigil to highlight growing anger about the cap on nursing pay which they say is threatening the NHS workforce.

The region’s hospitals have been told to arrange urgent fire safety inspections as part of the response to the tragedy at Grenfell Tower.

Visitors to this year’s Royal Norfolk Show are being invited to go behind the scenes of the county’s 999 emergency services as they team up for a special stand.

An innovative research project which sought to explore the relationship between eye disease and arthritis has changed the life of a woman from Holt, Norfolk.

More than 60 acres of NHS land in the region could be sold off, after health bosses identified sites which could be used to reach the government’s targets for housing.

One of Norfolk’s clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) is due to fall short of the amount of money it should be putting towards mental health despite latest figures showing the number of suicides in the area has rocketed.

A new strategy which explains how the region’s mental health trust will support people to develop the skills to create and maintain a fulfilling and meaningful life will launch next week.

Former Norwich City star Cedric Anselin will take centre stage next month to open a summer fete put on by the region’s mental health trust.

More than half of Norwich GP practices have become accredited in the new Norwich Breastfeeding Friendly Surgery scheme.

An abandoned dog, canoe and wetsuit prompted fears someone may be in trouble in the water at a beauty spot in the Broads.

Former prime minister Sir John Major supported East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) nook appeal by attending a dinner to raise awareness and funds for the charity.

More than £42,000 in grants has been given to groups which aim to make Norwich a better place to live and work.

Patients at a Norwich doctors surgery are now able to give real-time feedback about their care at the touch of a button.

A new £4m in-patient unit for mental health patients could be built in West Norfolk, alongside proposals to expand services.

The number of nurses coming to work in our region from the European Union has fallen, hospital leaders have said.

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