July 29 2014 Latest news:
The owner of a Norfolk care home has pledged that it will open its doors to residents by the end of the year - more than five years after it was first built.
Hospital bosses pledged to increase capacity by the end of the year after receiving a £2.5m investment to ease growing demand at the region’s busiest Accident and Emergency department.
Concerns have been raised about “significant weaknesses” in the finances of the region’s ambulance service, according to a new report.
Ambulance trust officials have defended their chief executive after he was criticised for staying at two luxury hotels on expenses.
Health and education chiefs in Norfolk and Waveney pledged to not rest on their laurels after new figures revealed that teenage pregnancy rates had fallen to a record low.