A couple have spoken of their horror after a memorial containing their friends’ ashes was stolen from a church.
A man was left trapped in his car and it crashed into a ditch near a Suffolk holiday park.
A mental health boss has hit out and branded it ‘utterly indefensible’ that a bid for more than £5m which would be used to address safety concerns was snubbed by the government.
Golden hellos of up to £10,000 are being used to entice medical staff to the region’s struggling mental health trust, it has been revealed.
A review is to be held into whether ambulances should be sent to people who suffer a minor fall in light of challenges faced by the region’s NHS this winter.
A woman is in a critical condition today after being involved in a serious crash.
A dementia helpline service in Suffolk which is making a “really big difference” to the lives of patients and carers affected by the illness has scooped a national accolade.
Campaigners have reacted with outrage after it emerged four bosses at the region’s failing mental health trust were each awarded £10,000 pay rises last year.
The state of children’s mental health in Suffolk has been revealed in a startling new report released today.
A blind woman has been left “very distressed and shaken” after her guide dog was attacked by another hound on a bus in Suffolk.
Relatives of Corrie McKeague have retraced his last known steps in Bury St Edmunds to mark the year anniversary of his disappearance.
After losing both his father and brother to heart disease when they were in their 60s, Ken Harris knew the odds were against him.
Tourism chiefs in east Suffolk want to create an all-year-round visitor package by capitalising on the area’s natural beauty, seaside resorts, culture and heritage.
A paramedic for the East of England Ambulance Service has been suspended for six months on grounds of misconduct for failing to provide the correct care to a patient whose heart had stopped.
Volunteers will be recruited to help people in Suffolk living with motor neurone disease (MND) and their carers as part a pledge to ramp up support for those affected by the “devastating” disease.
A paramedic’s decision to blow the whistle on the East of England Ambulance Service has encouraged a former volunteer to speak out about why he quit his role at the trust.
The region’s ambulance service is compromising patient safety because of its “fixation” with hitting response time targets, a paramedic has warned.
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