June 19 2013 Latest news:
One of the options put forward as part of a controversial proposal by the NHS Midlands and East Stroke Review is to lose the hyper acute stroke units – considered to be the gold standard of stroke care – to be established at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge and Colchester leaving Ipswich and West Suffolk hospital without the facilities.
The East Anglian Daily Times has launched the Save our Stroke Services campaign to rally support and fight for care to remain in Suffolk.
As the voice of our readers, the EADT is constantly campaigning for improved broadband across the county. Over the past two years we have been putting pressure on the council to up their fight and proving to the communications industry that there is demand for superfast broadband in Suffolk. Already, parts of the county have been upgraded but there is still a long way to go before Suffolk catches up with other parts of country.
The East Anglian Daily Times has launched a campaign to end decades of traffic misery for four Suffolk villages on the busy A12.
We are calling for the long-awaited and much-needed A12 four villages bypass – from Wickham Market to the Friday Street junction at Benhall – to finally get the go-ahead.