A teenager from Ipswich has made a heartfelt documentary highlighting the plights of dementia sufferers and their families that will be played in hospitals across East Anglia.

Protestors will gather to fight the closure of the All Hallows Healthcare Trust after bosses announced financial difficulties left the services in doubt.

A tube which was supposed to be put into a patient's stomach was instead put into a lung.

Norfolk's three hospitals look set to end another year in deficit, as NHS cash comes under the spotlight.

Students searching for mental health help on the NHS could graduate by the time they are offered an appointment.

We're always hearing our NHS is in a crisis, but how are our hospitals and ambulance service actually performing when it comes to emergency care? These charts give us some clues.

Pharmacies could play a key role in screening patients for type 2 diabetes, to help with early diagnosis of the disease and significantly reduce NHS costs, according to University of East Anglia research.

Patients and carers across Norfolk are being asked what is important to them when it comes to the health and care from the NHS.

"In five years I have had three suicide attempts, a hip full of scars and 27 months on a waiting list."

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.

Nurses from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) are heading back to school to teach sun safety lessons.

Dedicated staff who go the extra mile to provide mental health services in Norfolk and Suffolk have been celebrated during an awards ceremony.

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A woman has joined an increasing number of child minders across the country in offering free child care so mothers can attend cervical screenings.

The chairman of a struggling healthcare trust has said the loss of services is "more than sad, it is tragic."

A primary school has been celebrating British Science Week by welcoming a host of visitors to talk about their careers to pupils.

A Norwich father-of-two who joined Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) as a clinical support worker has become a chaplain.

A Norwich family travelled to London on Tuesday to lobby parliament on the access to medical cannabis.

Health checks for 40 to 74-year-olds are on the rise again following concerns that confusion over new GDPR laws was causing fewer people to take them up.

A former school teacher who died at his home from a drug-related death had been given "textbook care", a coroner has said.

Residents are being "held hostage" in their homes as cars use their street to escape hospital parking charges, residents claim.

A family from Norwich is among several from across the country who will deliver a petition to Downing Street today calling for more access to medical cannabis.

A Norfolk victim of the contaminated blood scandal has said she is still angry for all those whose lives it has ruined.

NHS bosses were accused of 'faking the numbers' by the head of Norfolk County Council's adult social care committee, who said the council was being unfairly blamed for delayed transfers of care from hospital.

Photo journalist Maurice Gray continues his personal cancer diary.

A mother is appealing to parliament for the NHS to make parents aware of treatments for flat head syndrome after her one-year-old daughter developed the condition.

Great Yarmouth's pubs were once a hive of activity - but now it seems punters looking for refreshment and chat are more likely to be greeted by boarded-up windows and peeling paint.

A brand new link road aiming to reduce town centre traffic in Attleborough will be built as part of proposals for 4,000 homes.

A man was flown to hospital after sustaining multiple injuries following high-powered kite buggy accident.

Companies and business organisations across the country are celebrating National Apprenticeship Week. Eleanor Pringle talks to some of the young people in Norfolk and Waveney working as apprentices across a range of sectors.

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 man who made several nuisance calls to emergency services and shouted abuse at staff over two days has escaped serious punishment in court.

More than twenty bikers from a Norfolk charity that transports donated blood will give one of their late members a stunning send-off at his funeral.

Norfolk and Waveney's NHS has been snubbed in every single bid for big ticket money - bar one - made to the government over the last two years, with £417m of funding it asked for denied.

The region's mental health trust has been selected to take part in an innovative national project designed to make it easier for inpatients to enjoy time outdoors by increasing their access to green spaces.

Politicians showing us how down to earth they are by humiliating themselves for a fee is rarely edifying or gives you added faith in their ability to do the job we pay them to do - stay off reality TV, MPs.

An ambulance service boss who banned paramedics from taking extended holidays over winter is currently on a three-week tour of Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.

A husband and wife duo are hoping to save a nursery due to close at the end of March by reopening it with a specialist disability offering, inspired by their daughter.

The four-hour A&E target in hospitals, which has not been hit in Norfolk for four years, is reportedly set to be scrapped.

The health secretary Matt Hancock visited Norwich on Thursday to speak to women affected by the surgical mesh scandal.

More than half of NHS staff in Norfolk are working extra hours to help prop up the health service, it can be revealed.

Her name is synonymous with high quality end of life care and there is scarcely a family in Norfolk who has not been touched by the service she dedicated herself to.

A pension fund which covers many of Norfolk's public services invested more than £1m in a pharmaceutical firm which has been accused of "holding the NHS to ransom" by the health secretary.

The family of a Norwich mother-of-two who was paralysed from the neck down after a cycling accident say they are hopeful she is at the start of a new chapter as she prepares to come home.

Two fitness fraudsters today admitted running online courses which took thousands of pounds from customers across the world hoping to become nutrition experts.

The parents of a young woman with an eating disorder have said they are fighting the county's embattled mental health trust to save their daughter's life.

The kindness of Lowestoft's "first Indian doctor" has been remembered after the experienced GP passed away aged 82.

More than 350 objections to a proposals for nearly 200 homes in a Norfolk village have been lodged.

A man who was reported as a missing person died due to pneumonia and hypothermia, an inquest heard.

The family of a Dereham teenager who took his own life have paid tribute to a "lovely, kind boy" with a "cheeky grin".

An inquest has been opened into the death of an 85-year-old woman who died of pneumonia and infected pressure sores at a Norfolk hospital.

A Norfolk A&E consultant has spoken out about the 'demoralising' pressure on staff on the frontline and suggested more money for social care was the way to help.

When Jessica Ogden goes to work she never knows what the day will bring.

A £500,000 review has revealed efforts to stem demand in Norfolk's NHS has been "fire-fighting", improvements were "starting from behind" and a lack of social care means patients stay in hospital eight days longer than necessary.

A thyroid drug which has been hailed as life-changing and has been at the centre of a fierce campaign for access will finally be available more easily in Norfolk and Waveney.

A crowdfunding appeal to help a three-year-old girl gain access to costly treatment abroad is over half way towards its £50,000 target.

Nearly 700 operations have been performed by United States Air Force (USAF) surgeons at West Suffolk Hospital since 2016 under a partnership scheme that allows military medics to bolster their experience.

Everyone knows someone that takes part in parkruns - but as Nick Richards explains, the weekly running event is doing a huge lot of good for the nation both physically and mentally

The situation facing Suffolk and Norfolk's struggling mental health trust has been dubbed "scandalous" after it emerged patients in crisis are still being sent hundreds of miles away for treatment.

Emergency services were called to Southwold yesterday morning after a man suffered a cardiac arrest.

Kelling Hospital has received funding from a local government partnership to bring together services across the county.

Mothers and friends Emma Taylor and Zoe Lee had no idea their children would be born with Down's syndrome until the moment they came into this world.

A woman who has suffered with anorexia for more than 30 years has highlighted how services continue to fail those with eating disorders.

County Hall has denied the accusation that they knew about the closure of three nurseries prior to the decision to shut 38 children's centres across Norfolk.

In the last decade tobacco has been made less attractive by hiding products from display in shops to printing horrible images of their effects on packets. Steven Downes believes it's about time alcohol followed suit

Families living in a notorious block of flats have finally been moved into emergency accommodation - after having to endure years of complaints and problems.

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Doctor appointments on your mobile phone, smart watches taking vital stats and fewer visits to hospital.

Getting on to the property ladder can be difficult but now a new scheme from Bovis Homes is here to help ease the financial burden.

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.

The Conservative's prospective parliamentary candidate for North Norfolk at the next general election, Duncan Baker, has been setting out his priorities and laying down his marker. The man he will most probably have to beat to become the MP is Lib Dem Norman Lamb, who has been in office since 2001, and will take some beating. Reporter DAVID BALE spoke to them both...

Furious neighbours slammed a planning chairman who backed a £9m hospital revamp they fear could trigger subsidence under their homes - seconds after he said he would not want to live in their street.

A decision will be made today (Thursday, February 14) over whether a £9m hospital revamp can go ahead.

NHS bosses have admitted there is no "definitive timeline" for when changes will be made to the region's failing mental health services.

Photo journalist Maurice shares the latest installment of his stpry since being diagnosed last year with non-Hodgkin's follicular lymphoma, grade three stage two.

The family of a three-year-old girl are raising £50,000 for trial treatment abroad to save their daughter could have just months to live.

A small village is set to see hundreds more homes built, in plans which will also bring a new roundabout at a dangerous junction close to a primary school.

Suffolk's Citizens Advice Bureaux have had their funding restored after the county's health services stepped in to make up the cash cut being planned by the county council.

Two-and-half million NHS patients across the region are registered at GP surgeries with unsafe levels of air pollution.

Norfolk and Suffolk police have today announced a collaboration to provide staff and officers bespoke mental health support when needed.

A community has received a cash boost after a healthy living project awarded several projects funding following a "fantastic" response from residents.

A village is set to almost double in size after two separate applications for nearly 250 homes were submitted for approval.

A north Norfolk charity has teamed up with a doctors' surgery, to launch a scheme aimed at supporting Cromer residents who have difficulty accessing transport to GP and hospital appointments.

Waveney has been rated as one of the worst places for young people to live, a survey has claimed.

The £9m revamp of a Norwich hospital looks likely to get the go-ahead, but concern the work could trigger subsidence to nearby homes means further tests will be needed.

A "bright and joyful" sign that had brought trade to an out-of-the-way angling shop has been vandalised for the second time.

The region's busiest hospital is "absolutely overflowing" and will need an extra 200 beds in the next four years, its outgoing boss has said.

Couples in South Norfolk will once again be able to access fertility treatment after health bosses reversed a decision made two years ago.

Rachel Moore joined the growing number of people who have taken up running - but found that rather than help her not become a burden on the NHS, it may have had the opposite effect

Parts of rural Norfolk have been rated as among the worst places for young people in the country to live, a survey has claimed.

James has been looking through rose-tinted glasses at his past when the fun recorded on film filtered out tougher times

The chief constable of Norfolk has said organisations across the county need to work better together to help solve society's problems - because he "cannot arrest" his way out the County Lines problem.

Men are being encouraged to join slimming groups by a south Norfolk weight-loss expert.

A series of short videos are being released to put the issue of sexual consent in every day contexts as reported rape and sexual assaults continue to rise.

A hospital has once again warned patients not to use its A&E department unless there is a genuine emergency.

A hospital has urged patients not to use its A&E department unless there is a genuine emergency.

"You have to wait for someone to recover or to die to get help."

Health bosses have admitted a plan to overhaul services published in 2016 was "over optimistic" as it was revealed the budget for Norfolk and Waveney was £96m behind where it should be.

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