Two police officers working a night shift became midwives when a frantic father-to-be flagged them down on the Orwell Bridge in Suffolk.
A leading charity says people have been shut out of their bathrooms and bedrooms because of a failure to build disability-friendly homes.
A family from Northampton are desperately trying to raise funds to bring their critically ill father home from the Philippines.
Researchers at the University of East Anglia say giving parents access to online information about the MMR vaccine is the most cost-effective way of increasing its uptake.
Working with the University of Leeds, their report shows that a website informing parents about the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine would save the NHS over £9 per vaccination compared to a GP consultation.
It would also be £7.17 cheaper than offering the information in leaflet form.
It's hoped the findings will lead to a web-based decision aid being developed as part of NHS guidelines on the MMR vaccine.
Councillors will today discuss problems faced by the doctors' surgery in Watton.
1,500 patients are being de-registered because the surgery says it is over subscribed and they live too far away.
The situation was highlighted by 95-year-old Lily Dove who is having to find a new surgery.
The problems will be discussed by Breckland District Council.
The arbitration service ACAS has been called in to a dispute between scientists, support staff and Northampton General Hospital.
The dispute is over pay and conditions along with the introduction of new contracts.
Both sides have welcomed the talks with ACAS.
A seven-year-old boy from Hemsby in Norfolk has been taken to Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge with serious head injuries.
Police say he was riding a scooter when he was in a collision with a car in Summerfield Road at about 6pm last night. Nobody else was injured.
Scientists in Cambridge say it may be "impossible" to completely eradicate all strains of MRSA in hospitals.
Instances of the superbug have decreased dramatically since 2001 because of new hygiene regimes, but experts say hospitals doing their best should not be penalised because it's impossible to control numerous strains of the bug being brought into hospitals unwittingly by patients and visitors.
– Dr Estee Torok
"If you go above a certain level of patients screened positively for MRSA a year, then we are fined a lot of money.
The Government shouldn’t be gallivanting around suggesting a zero-tolerance policy, it can’t possibly work, the level can never be at zero."
Plans for the new multi-million pound headquarters of Cambridge drugs company AstraZeneca have been unveiled
The 330 million pound investment will bring hundreds of new jobs to the city and see the the global company's headquarters move to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus near Addenbrooke's Hospital.
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The Care Quality Commission says both Colchester Hospital and Essex County Hospital need to make further improvements to their services.
The Trust, which runs both hospitals, has been in special measures since last October.
The Trust says significant progress has been made but there is more to do.
More than £700,000 could be spent on increasing the number of parking spaces at Colchester General Hospital after concerns there's not enough to meet demand.
The NHS Foundation Trust will look at a report today which if given the go ahead would provide 180 public parking spaces.