Hundreds of the most vulnerable people in Norfolk have been hit by a big rise in disabled care charges. Tom Bristow speaks to those who fear it will mean they lose their home and future.
Suffolk is among the top five areas of the country for adult social care, according to latest data.
An event to raise awareness of the challenges that visually impaired and blind people face and overcome every day has been hailed a success.
The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has today announced the appointment of a new chair for its board, Nicola Scrivings.
People living with mental health issues can now receive a lifeline of support to get back into work thanks to a new service.
A woman who lost her sister to a brain tumour was just one of a number of people to take part in a walk to raise awareness.
A regional hospital will be part of a rebuilding programme after getting a slice of £100 million seed funding from the government.
A merger bringing the region's five clinical commissioning groups (CCG) together as one is set to go ahead.
Building work is under way as part of a former hospital site is transformed into a new day centre.
How do we solve a problem as severe and wide-ranging as the nation's mental health crisis?
Patients using a physiotherapy clinic will benefit from some new equipment - thanks to the generosity of a charity.
Patients in Norfolk and Waveney have rated appointment times as their biggest source of frustration, with some complaining of waiting several weeks to see a doctor.
A bride-to-be has nearly halved her original body weight in time for her wedding day after years of struggling with her eating.
A woman in her 70s has been taken to hospital after suffering a fall which prompted a response from the air ambulance service.
A young woman has spoken of her harrowing experience with depression, attempted suicide and psychotic episodes to show the stark reality of mental ill health.
Work on a much needed centre for people with life-limiting illnesses is nearing completion, with chairs thanking the community for donations and support.
Patients are being "frightened" off making dentist appointments due to a "belligerent" approach to fining those who wrongly claim exemption from charges, according to industry leaders.
Solicitors representing the family of a six-year-old boy who died of meningitis B say they do not think enough is being done to reduce the likelihood of future deaths.
Building work is set to start in the coming weeks as part of a former hospital site is transformed into a new day centre.
A care home which delivers an exceptional service has been praised by inspectors.
Almost £10m was spent on private ambulances for 999 and non-urgent work last year as the region's ambulance service's reliance on private transport has doubled.
Carers in Norfolk are being encouraged to take advantage of grants available to improve their lives in the face of the increasing financial strains and stress of looking after a loved-one.
Bespoke ambulances which have been specially designed to give patients a smoother journey while improving care have started to hit the roads.
Outbreaks of measles have been detected in the east of England in the last year, it can be revealed, as it was announced that the UK has lost its measles-free status.
More than 100,000 sick days were taken by NHS staff in Norfolk last year due to mental health struggles, it can be revealed.
Middle-aged people need to stay physically active if they are to enjoy a fit and healthy retirement, according to a new report from the University of East Anglia.
Three mental health teams are set to be created which will go into schools and offer mental health support, thanks to a £2million cash boost.
More than 25,000 abused and neglected children in Norfolk and Waveney could be sidelined by mental health services.
Health services across Norfolk and Suffolk will benefit from a £135m funding boost as part of the prime minister's £1.8bn cash injection for the NHS.
The region's mental health trust has moved to reassure over care as it was revealed patients were sent to a hospital with "unacceptable" standards.
Little green men and ghouls may have been visiting East Anglia, even attracting the attention of the police.
The Orionid meteor shower is due to reach its peak tonight (Monday, October 21). Here's what you need to know about watching the spectacle.
A landmark Lowestoft hotel which has been closed for more than a decade will be given a new lease of life, with plans for a vegan café, hotel, apartments and a gym unveiled.
It was many years ago when a couple from Beccles who met at Butlins started looking for old postcards. It was the start of an extraordinary journey which is now coming to an end.
A husband and wife are selling a vintage horsebox with a difference which has been transformed into a luxury mobile bar for use at weddings and festivals.
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