A Halesworth branch of a home care service has been rated as Good by inspectors after operating for one year.
The new boss of the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) has said his focus will be on improving the quality of service but he can only do it with the support of his staff.
Health and education leaders at national level are to meet to decide how to turn round Suffolk's failing special needs education service, it has been revealed.
A town surgery has bounced back from a poor Care Quality Commission report to be rated as 'outstanding'.
A disabled woman has claimed a male carer was sent to her home for more than three months, despite requesting women only due to a traumatic stalking experience.
More than half of NHS staff in Norfolk are working extra hours to help prop up the health service, it can be revealed.
A woman whose father was admitted against his will into a failing care home and had his home care package cancelled said the situation is an abuse of his human rights.
A north Norfolk care home which "consistently failed to sustain improvements" has been closed down by authorities.
A hospital boss today praised the staff she hopes will help her lead it out of special measures.
Elderly residents found in their own faeces, a lack of food and no hot water.
A nurse working in a Norfolk care home in conditions described as "lamentable" lifted a resident with Down's Syndrome up by the wrist and neck but should not be made a scapegoat, a court has heard.
The troubled mental health trust in Suffolk and Norfolk could be split into three, we can reveal.
A woman has told of her "utter dismay" at a Norfolk care home's failure to improve standards, six years after neglect allegations prompted a police probe.
The damning details behind the closure of a Norwich care home for people with mental health issues have been revealed.
A former housing association chief executive is "looking forward" to his next challenge - after joining the board of directors at the James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
A staff member at an inadequate north Norfolk care home told inspectors nothing was done about "an insane lack of food".
A member of staff at an inadequate north Norfolk care home thought legislation intended to safeguard vulnerable residents meant "always being nice to people", a report revealed.
Transparency, openness and trust were the key ingredients to a care home transformation as inspectors upgraded its rating from inadequate to good.
Plans have been unveiled to pump up to £45.1million into creating hundreds of special educational needs places in Suffolk, in a bid to meet soaring demand.
A care home has been given an outstanding rating and is offering residents a "vibrant, happy and thriving" environment, a report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has said.
A care home which delivers an "exceptional" service has been praised by inspectors.
Staff at a Norfolk care home burst into tears of joy after the home received a good rating in a recent report.