Ambulances which are already carrying patients could be sent to new emergencies in a bid to drive down response times.
As yet another health trust in Norfolk in plunged into special measures by inspectors health correspondent Geraldine Scott looks at what is going wrong in the county’s NHS.
The number of children being excluded from Norfolk schools is “shockingly high” and systems need to be changed, one of the county’s MPs has told Parliament.
The boss of the region’s embattled ambulance service has revealed he will step down.
Three Norfolk MPs are calling for a change of leadership at the East of England Ambulance Service.
A £50,000 independent review into the region’s ambulance trust has looked at whether bosses are good enough after a winter crisis engulfed Norfolk’s health service.
Thousands fewer people are using Norfolk’s recycling centres following the introduction of controversial DIY waste charges.
A second whistleblower has come forward from the region’s ambulance trust to claim an independent report into winter delays “does not tally with the experiences of front line staff”.
A former health minister has claimed ambulance bosses “misled” MPs on a number of matters relating to winter pressures.
Thousands sign petition calling for removal of DIY waste charges at recycling centres
An extra 330 staff are to be recruited as part of a multi-million pound boost for the region’s under-pressure ambulance service to help it cope with an intense rise in demand.
A petition has been launched calling for council bosses to rethink charges for DIY waste at Norfolk’s recycling centres.
A survey of more than 900 frontline East of England Ambulance staff has highlighted long shifts and difficult working conditions at the Trust over the past year.
Up to 81 patients may have died due to ambulance delays in the east of England over a three-week period, according to a Norfolk MP.
Top NHS executives met behind closed doors to probe “shocking” delays at the region’s ambulance service which may have led to a man freezing to death.
A damning dossier compiled by a senior whistleblower from the region’s ambulance trust has claimed at least 40 patients died or were harmed due to delays over Christmas and New Year - including one person who froze to death.
A senior whistleblower within the region’s ambulance trust has claimed up to 80 people could have died or come to harm because of delays over the Christmas and New Year period.
Controversial cuts to bus subsidies and gritting in Norfolk are on the brink of being abandoned - with money from a council tax increase saving the services.
Pressure is mounting for controversial cuts to bus subsidies in Norfolk to be ditched, with calls for a proposed council tax increase to be used to stave off the saving.
Hospitals in Norfolk made millions last year in car parking charges from patients, visitors, and staff, new data has revealed.
The decision by Conservative and independent councillors to award themselves an allowance increase has been branded as “unbelievable” by one of the county’s MPs.
Seven MPs from across Norfolk and Suffolk met with mental health bosses to thrash out an action plan for recovery.
Youngsters from three north Norfolk villages have learned about dementia whilst taking part in memory walks to help raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.
Pressure is mounting on the executive directors of the region’s mental health trust to step aside.
A college on the Norfolk coast has hosted its first summit focusing on young people’s mental health.
Mental health care in the UK has been given a massive boost thanks to a £1.3 billion NHS expansion drive that will see thousands of new posts created.
They are two communities joined together by a historic bridge over the River Bure.
“We need a bit of honesty” - that was the message given by many who attended a lively Question Time-style event designed to shed light on the health overhaul for Norfolk and Waveney.
A proposed plan to build a free range chicken unit in Hickling has received almost 60 objections largely on account of the smell, dust, and noise the site will emit.
Concerns that members of the public have not had enough of a say in the changing face of the county’s health system have prompted a Question Time style event.