Hospital chiefs have praised the dedication of staff, who worked “tirelessly” to minimise disruption following a national cyber attack on the NHS.

A hospital IT team has been praised for how it handled the cyber attack which hit the NHS two weeks ago.

A tourist visiting the north Norfolk coast for a special birthday bash has praised its “strong community spirit” following a holiday drama.

The five candidates vying to become the MP for the Great Yarmouth constituency have taken part in a hustings at the main church in the village of Belton.

Keen to take advantage of sunny skies and high temperatures, East Anglia holidaymakers are flocking to the coast for the long weekend.

The region’s mental health trust has said it is on “very high alert” for another cyber attack.

A woman has been taken to hospital after suffering a suspected allergic reaction to a bee sting.

The region’s mental health trust is spending so much money on sending patients to beds elsewhere that those controlling the local NHS purse strings have stepped in.

It is an issue which is dominating the election agenda, taking a close second place only to Brexit in polls on the most important issue to voters.

The region’s ambulance trust has launched a women’s special interest group in a unique style, with two of its female staff pulling off a feat of strength and determination in an ambulance pull challenge.

Thousands of patients are being invited to attend a public event in Great Yarmouth that will provide an insight into services and dozens of wellbeing and health groups in the area.

The fight to keep services at a north Norfolk healthcare unit has stepped up a gear with a petition containing 1200 signatures being delivered to health chiefs.

A nurse has been handed a three-year caution order by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) after failing to call 999 or administering CPR to a care home resident, who was later declared dead.

Norwich North is a prized seat for the Conservatives.

Two NHS nurses are touring care homes in central Norfolk, on a mission to support staff in keeping residents safe and well.

Schools in the east are being urged to help nurture a nation of lifesavers by taking part in Restart a Heart Day.

The name of a little girl from Norwich who faces a double leg amputation has been found etched into the rocks of one of the highest peaks in the country as a group of firm friends strive to help.

A nurse who picked food up off the floor and shoved it into a patient’s face while demanding: “How do you like it?” has been struck off from the profession.

Fears have been voiced for the welfare of some of the most vulnerable residents in north Norfolk if health chiefs push ahead with plans to remove beds from a local healthcare unit.

A nursery nurse who was diagnosed with cervical cancer at the age of 24 is urging young women to always take up screening and doctors not to write off potential cases as being too young.

Three teenagers were taken to hospital with cuts, bruises and head injuries after a car was in collision with a bus near Beccles.

When little Amelie Holl was born three weeks early on New Year’s Day 2013, her parents Naomi and Marc could not have expected the difficulties their family would have to battle through.

Four in five British consumers fear prises rises for goods and services once Britain has left the European Union, a survey has found.

A bikers ride out organised by staff from the region’s mental health trust to raise funds in the name of a patient who passed away in early spring has helped the appeal reach the £3500 milestone.

Nuffield Health is inviting Norwich residents to attend a free Meet our Experts physiotherapy event.

More than 1000 children in North Norfolk rely on food handouts to survive, new figures have revealed.

Students at a city school have quizzed candidates hoping to be the next MP for Norwich South tackling issues from tuition fees to zero hour contracts.

A world-leading DNA project will be highlighted in Norwich tomorrow, as it aims to sequence 100,000 complete sets of DNA from around 70,000 NHS patients.

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) has been presented with a special award in recognition of the contribution it has made to a nationwide programme which promotes equality and diversity across the NHS.

Norfolk’s largest hospital was fined more than £2.5m for missing key NHS patient targets.

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