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A farm in Essex is using their animals and practices therapeutically, helping those with dementia and learning disabilities to make a difference in their community.

Midwives have shared a rare glimpse into the plight of babies born addicted to drugs at our hospitals.

Suffolk’s emergency services have welcomed the introduction of a law designed to provide better protection for staff.

Sharp shooters have helped to raise over £1,100 for the Every Heart Matters appeal.

Intrepid staff from a Lowestoft-based social enterprise have scaled new heights to raise money for charity.

Police will take no further action following a major investigation into 25 deaths at an Essex mental health trust, it has emerged.

Serious safety incidents led to 35 deaths at the region’s mental health trust over a six month period, figures have revealed.

The West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (WSFT) has established a new parent support service.

Catch up on our top stories of the week including a Corrie McKeague update and the revealing of the Suffolk academy trusts salaries.

INVITATION TO PUBLIC EXHIBITION: CHURCH FIELD ROAD

From life saving emergency crews to volunteers running a nightclub for those with learning disabilities, our community heroes gathered for The Stars of Suffolk awards ceremony 2018 at Trinity Park.

A former Ipswich postman once named the world’s fattest man is accused of shoplifting in the US – and allegedly stashed items such as Star Wars toys in his mobility scooter.

A Suffolk health watchdog has claimed that poor access to mental health services “has not significantly improved” since the region’s mental health trust was first placed in special measures.

Highbridge Properties plc, Caverswall Holdings Ltd and the West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust would like to invite you to a public exhibition for the proposed development of land north of Church Field Road, Sudbury.

It’s the Stars of Suffolk awards on Thursday – one of the highlights of the year in the county. Take a look at the finalists here.

The iconic and imaginative First World War trail in Bury St Edmunds comes to an end on Sunday, with organisers saying it has been “inspirational” in highlighting the sacrifices made by the soldiers.

A Suffolk couple have celebrated their landmark blue sapphire wedding anniversary with a card from the Queen.

A new ultrasound service for Haverhill patients has been officially opened by health secretary and local MP Matt Hancock.

A Colchester man has beaten cancer after raising the £50,000 he needed for treatment when he discovered it was not available on the NHS.

A GP practice is to become the first in Suffolk to ‘prescribe’ parkrun to patients who would benefit from a more active lifestyle.

The numbers of people signed off work by GPs in Suffolk and Essex each day has been revealed – as new measures are introduced to ease the workload faced by doctors.

An effigy of Ed Sheeran was among the star exhibits in a scarecrow competition in a Suffolk town.

Pressure will be eased on Ipswich GPs as funding for the introduction of new social prescribing schemes is green lighted.

A new scheme to help prevent bed blocking in Suffolk is set to get the green light this month.

Although from today, medicinal cannabis products can now be legally prescribed to some patients in the UK for the first time, one Suffolk mum claims she will still have to commit a crime to get her daughter’s life-changing cannabis medicine.

Although from today, medicinal cannabis products can now be legally prescribed to some patients in the UK for the first time, one Suffolk mum claims she will still have to commit a crime to get her daughter’s life-changing cannabis medicine.

A detailed business case will be drawn up for a multi-million pound development in Bury St Edmunds that could bring leisure, health and educations services onto one site.

A specially-trained protection team has been unveiled at West Suffolk Hospital after nearly a fifth of staff reported being subjected to physical violence in the past 12 months.

Six non-executive directors (NEDs) have been appointed to the board of the East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ENSEFT).

Failings at a mental heath ward may have contributed to the death of a 37-year-old patient, an inquest jury has concluded.

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