A Sudbury woman, who is severely disabled, has been left dumbfounded over a decision to withdraw free healthcare, which she has received for 20 years.
Assurances have been sought over the future of a care home in Sudbury after the group which owns the facility was put into administration.
The daughter of a 66-year-old Sudbury woman, who survived a massive stroke, is aiming to go the extra mile in support of the charity that helped her.
People had the opportunity to sample ways to improve their wellbeing at an event staged in The Old School in Long Melford last weekend.
The MP for South Suffolk raised concerns over the lack of research into medicinal cannabis, after meeting the doctor of a little girl with epilepsy.
A new chief executive of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has been appointed.
A Great Waldingfield woman, whose dad is terminally ill, has fulfilled his wishes of raising funds for a hospice, which has supported the family.
The Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) has announced the departure of its chief executive Antek Lejk.
Before teenage singer Molly Marshall began treatment for cancer around her vocal chords, she was told she might never be able to sing again.
The parents of a young girl with epilepsy hope their lobbying efforts for a medicinal cannabis prescription will help reform the application process.
The parents of a girl with epilepsy are lobbying Parliament over the prescription of medicinal cannabis after their daughter was refused the medicine.
A Cavendish care home applauded the work ethic of its staff, after the Care Quality Commission (CQC) recognised the facility’s significant turnaround.
Recognising the shortage of support services for young people struggling with mental health conditions, the Charlie Watkins Foundation was founded.
A cancer survivor is taking on an ambitious fitness challenge this month, as part of a national campaign to raise awareness of the disease.