Cockney Rebel singer and musician Steve Harley is the latest to be affected by ambulance wait times, after waiting three hours and ten minutes after injuring his leg on Thursday.

Two cars were badly damaged after a multi-vehicle collision at a busy Lowestoft junction.

An accountancy apprentice in Norwich working at his old school has made the final five in a national award.

Residents are invited to attend the next meeting of an engagement group for an NHS body.

The head of the region’s ambulance service said “it rots me to my core” when asked about how he felt about patients suffering long delays as paramedics faced severe winter pressures over the festive season.

Norfolk men are more likely to stick to their plans to quit smoking than Norfolk women, according to figures from NHS England.

Cancer patients in the region could see faster diagnosis and more support at home after a partnership of health chiefs and councils were granted £1.3m.

Representatives from the region’s ambulance service will face questions from MPs this month following allegations of patient deaths due to delays.

A father-of-two with terminal cancer and his family are in a desperate race against time to raise £70,000 for treatment abroad or face palliative care.

Jeremy Hunt has recently described this winter as the worst ever for the NHS.

Two wards at Bury St Edmund’s West Suffolk Hospital have received an award by a local charity.

A lack of beds and staff led to problems at all three of Norfolk’s hospitals over the weekend.

In 2010, we had a longer-than-planned family holiday in Florida - thanks, Eyjafjallajokull.

A 32-year-old with Asperger’s and emotionally unstable personality disorder took his own life when NHS 111 call handlers hung up on him after months of “frustrations” with mental health services.

A serious incident review into the death of 32-year-old John Worthington found mental health services had “insufficient resources” to offer him in assessment in less than five months.

A Norfolk hospital has to borrow £22m to replace its entire roof.

Gina Long looks at more inspirational local fund-raisers in her latest column.

Emergency medics touched down in a Suffolk village this morning to reports of a woman who was not breathing – but were unable to save her.

NHS figures showing there were no ambulance delays at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital over winter are inaccurate.

She enjoys music, playing on the swings and making friends at her village toddler group.

A health expert is encouraging parents, schools and toddler groups to promote good tooth brushing among children.

A charity helping people with disabilities to live more independent lives is urgently seeking volunteers.

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Victims of sexual abuse and violence are being encouraged to speak out as Norfolk Police supports a national week-long campaign to raise awareness.

It is just months away from opening and will be the first of its kind in Europe - and potentially the world.

“He should still be here” - those were the poignant words of a woman whose 52-year-old partner died on the side of the road in back of an ambulance, after he had been discharged from hospital just hours earlier.

A Norwich woman who is passionate about tackling visual stress has spoken out about the importance of getting the correct diagnosis to ensure the right help.

Norman Lamb has believes it is time to fully digitalise the NHS – a move he claims would revolutionise the service and save money.

The chief executive of a Norfolk health trust is to step down.

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