Geraldine Scott

The squadrons which form the US Air Force’s 100th Air Refueling Wing gathered at RAF Mildenhall to welcome a new commander.

More than 6,250 people who were arrested in the last two years were seen by a service which supports vulnerable people to get their lives back on track.

Safety at all of the region’s mental health trust’s inpatient units has been improved after a £1.5m project to remove potential ligature points.

The plan to overhaul health services in Norfolk and Waveney has been rated as “advanced” in a new national assessment of its progress.

A man was today banned from Norwich city centre for persistent begging, as police pledge to carry out extra patrols over the weekend to address anti-social behaviour.

The family of a King’s Lynn woman who believed that washing her first husband’s dirty overalls may have led her to develop asbestos-related cancer have joined with lawyers to call for his former colleagues to help them get justice.

A billboard in Ipswich showing off Norwich City’s new home kit has not gone down well with one man attempting to tear the advertisement down.

Up to an extra £36m would be needed to provide mental health support for all children and young people who need it in Norfolk, it has been revealed.

A sneak peek into a day in the life at the region’s ambulance service is set to be revealed when it runs its latest 24-hour Twitter-thon.

Plans to further transform mental health care in west Norfolk have received a £4m boost from a share of money pledged to the NHS in the spring budget.

An accident and emergency staff nurse at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) has received prestigious award for his efforts while studying at Northumbria University.

A new multi-million pound hospital could be built in Norwich in the next five years, we can today reveal.

Charity chiefs want action to curb Norwich parking enforcement firms after a pensioner was handed a £140 parking charge when he mistakenly typed a zero instead of the letter “O” when buying his ticket.

More than 400 patients have been helped by a lifesaving partnership between firefighters and ambulance staff in Norfolk.

The number of calls made to a leading charity with concerns about children being left home alone has soared by more than 63pc.

“We need a bit of honesty” - that was the message given by many who attended a lively Question Time-style event designed to shed light on the health overhaul for Norfolk and Waveney.

A bid by the region’s mental health trust to reduce the amount they were fined after a dementia patient drowned has failed at the Court of Appeal.

The chairman of the region’s mental health trust has hit back at claims that some of the organisation’s governors were unhappy about being unable to see confidential board papers.

A Norfolk artist who received support from the region’s mental health trust to overcome challenging behaviour within her family is exhibiting a series of works charting her journey through therapy.

The provider of drug and alcohol services in Norfolk is set to change, as priorities shift in how to approach misuse.

Secondary schools are being urged to sign up to take part in a lifesaving lesson on Restart a Heart Day.

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