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Clowns, skeletons and a wealth of staff helped a recruitment drive held at Colchester General Hospital.
Police are investigating “up to 20 deaths” at an NHS-run Essex mental health unit since 2000 after fresh allegations emerged.
Emergency services including the air ambulance were called out to an incident in Kesgrave this afternoon.
The achievements of West Suffolk Hospital staff have been celebrated in the annual Shining Lights awards.
One third of seriously ill patients in Ipswich and east Suffolk are waiting too long to receive an ambulance, latest figures show.
Three teenagers were taken to hospital with cuts, bruises and head injuries after a car collided with a bus near Beccles.
Four in five British consumers fear prises rises for goods and services once Britain has left the European Union, a survey has found.
Ian Brady tortured and murdered five children in the 1960s with his then-girlfriend Myra Hindley.
A hospital charity campaign to raise funds for enhanced facilities for patients with dementia has topped the £100,000 mark - quadrupling the initial £25,000 target.
A woman was killed when struck by a train at Stowmarket, the British Transport Police (BTP) has said.
Essex-based healthcare, social care and care homes group Care UK has hailed a clean-sweep of “Outstanding” ratings for one of its treatment centres.
Nearly half of all UK businesses have been hit by a cyber security breach or attack in the last year, government statistics show.
Two hospitals serving patients in Suffolk and Essex are yet to restore their systems after a national cyber attack on the NHS.
The full scale of the international cyber attack that continues to disrupt the NHS may only become apparent as people return to work today, experts have warned.
Hay fever sufferers in Suffolk are being urged to seek help at their local pharmacy - not their GP – to reduce the NHS’s spending on non-essential prescriptions.
People are still being warned not to attend the A&E department at Colchester Hospital unless its is absolutely essential after yesterday’s cyber attack on the NHS.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has described the cyber hackers who have hit the NHS as “a bunch of 21st Century highway robbers” during his visit to Suffolk today.
A secondary school in west Suffolk is at the “forefront” of providing mental health support to students.
A Suffolk grandfather whose life was “ruined” by the biggest NHS scandal in history hopes renewed calls for a public inquiry will bring him justice before he dies.
An Ipswich nurse is calling on colleagues to stand up and have their say in one of the biggest transformations the NHS has ever seen.
Its practitioners make big promises based around simple lifestyle changes…but could an ancient Indian system of medicine actually help our burdened NHS, or is it merely pseudoscience?
Suffolk mental health professionals have welcomed comments made by former England cricketer Andrew Flintoff who opened up about his personal battle with depression during a radio show this week.
It may be the first time he has fought any election, but Cameron Matthews is not daunted by the unenviable task of trying to unseat a Government minister.
Health experts are warning drinkers to know their limits following a sharp rise in the number of people in Suffolk admitted to hospital for alcohol-related problems.
Ipswich-based Sanctuary Personnel is celebrating after being presented with three of the biggest awards within the recruitment sector at The Recruiter Awards for Excellence.
Three Suffolk nurses who have collectively clocked up nearly 130 years of service to the NHS are celebrating their retirements.
Schoolchildren in Suffolk are learning how to take better care of their mental health and to recognise when a classmate is struggling.
A father-of-two from Stowmarket has thanked the professionals who saved his life after his heart suddenly stopped.
From festivals and world record attempts to wildlife fun days and open gardens, what will you do this weekend?
Suffolk and Norfolk have lost a quarter of all mental health beds in four years - faster than the national average.
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