Geraldine Scott Reporter email@example.com @Geri_E_L_Scott Norfolk hospital has global ambitions for cancer care standard as demand is set to rise 08:43 Geraldine Scott World-class cancer care on your doorstep. Driver stopped in Norwich with seven people in car including two children in footwell Yesterday, 16:47 geraldine scott A driver stopped by police in Norwich was found to have no licence or insurance and had seven people in their car. Future in specialist services heralded at Norfolk hospital’s annual meeting Yesterday, 21:28 Geraldine Scott Philanthropic fundraisers, specialist services and future plans were all discussed at the annual general meeting of Norfolk’s busiest hospital. Fundraisers for hospital charity recognised for their hard work and dedication with awards Yesterday, 21:28 Geraldine Scott Those who raised impressive sums of money for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) were recognised for their hard work at the hospital’s annual meeting. Man spits in the faces of police officers in Thetford Yesterday, 10:13 Geraldine Scott Two police officers were spat at after they were called to a domestic incident in Thetford on Sunday evening. Women brand withdrawal of life-altering drug a ‘death sentence’ and accuse health chiefs of prioritising money over patients Yesterday, 20:21 Geraldine Scott Patients who rely on a life-changing thyroid medicine to lead a normal life say rising costs mean it is being withdrawn. Death rates at two Norfolk hospitals higher than expected Sunday, September 24, 2017 Geraldine Scott Patients are dying at higher than expected rates at two Norfolk hospitals, according to a measure which NHS chiefs say should be used as a “smoke alarm” for safety. Crews called to fire at prison Sunday, September 24, 2017 Geraldine Scott Three fire crews have been called to a fire which has reportedly broken out at one of the county’s prisons. Revealed: Variance between wastage and spend on food at Norfolk’s hospitals Sunday, September 24, 2017 Geraldine Scott More than 17,000 meals were wasted at Norfolk’s hospitals over the course of a year, new figures have revealed. Norwich is safe and open for business, says nightclub manager, after firearm scare Saturday, September 23, 2017 Geraldine Scott A nightclub manager has said Norwich’s Prince of Wales Road is safe and open for business after a man was arrested with an imitation firearm on Friday. More than £760,000 given to Norwich university for Alzheimer’s research Saturday, September 23, 2017 Geraldine Scott More than £760,000 has been handed to the University of East Anglia (UEA) to explore a link between diet, activity and Alzheimer’s disease. Opinion: Importance of looking after your eye health Saturday, September 23, 2017 Geraldine Scott Writing about health it seems like every week is a different awareness week, or a special day, highlighting a variety of conditions and diseases. Gallery: Celebrations as Norwich’s original mall enters its 25th year Saturday, September 23, 2017 Geraldine Scott It was the product of 13 years of design and planning - and four years of construction. And Norwich’s original mall celebrated entering its 25th year over the weekend. Charity’s fears over cuts applied to patient’s healthcare budget Saturday, September 23, 2017 Geraldine Scott A national charity has called for action amid fears money is being skimmed off budgets for people with long-term health conditions in Norwich. Norfolk care home staff celebration end-of-life programme accreditation Friday, September 22, 2017 Geraldine Scott Care homes across Norfolk celebrated becoming accredited in a programme which deliver compassionate end-of-life care. Man found hanged after argument with partner Friday, September 22, 2017 Geraldine Scott A Great Yarmouth man was found hanged at his home following an argument with his partner. Man was found dead at seaside resort hotel Friday, September 22, 2017 Geraldine Scott A man was found dead in a hotel close to Great Yarmouth seafront. Staff praise takes centre stage at hospital annual meeting Wednesday, September 20, 2017 Geraldine Scott “We are proud of the Paget.” Cancer drug approval was too late for campaigning Halesworth grandmother - but family hopes it can help others Wednesday, September 20, 2017 Geraldine Scott A decision to make a life-extending cancer drug available on the NHS has come too late for one Halesworth family after a campaigning mother and grandmother died earlier this year. More than 1,000 people take part in training in Norwich’s bid to become dementia-friendly Tuesday, September 19, 2017 Geraldine Scott More than 1,000 people in Norwich now understand more about what it is like to live with dementia as part of a bid to make the city more accessible. Region’s ambulance service doubles its bill to become second biggest spender on private vehicles Tuesday, September 19, 2017 Geraldine Scott The region’s ambulance service has more than doubled its spend on private ambulances in just one year, new figures reveal.