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.
Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge has confirmed that a baby given a suspected contaminated nutrition drip has died.
It's the third baby to die after 23 became ill after the incident was first reported.
A spokesman for the Cambridge University Hospital Trust said: "We can confirm that a baby has died after receiving contaminated nutritional fluid (TPN). Our thoughts are with the family and we are supporting them during this very difficult and emotional time."
Two other babies who were ill are stable and reported to be doing well. The hospital says it's confident that no other newborns have contracted the bug, bacillus cereus.
The spokesman added: "“A consultant neonatologist has spoken to all of the families on the unit. The babies on the unit have been closely monitored for any signs of infection since we withdraw the contaminated feed."
People who occupied an NHS building in Cambridge in protest against its planned closure have won their fight. The Lifeworks Programme was threatened with closure by the county's NHS Trust.
The scheme helped people with personality disorders. Today health services managers are expected to sign a new agreement which will secure the future of the programme for the next five years.
Bio-medical staff at Northampton General are protesting outside the hospital in a dispute over pay and working hours.
The pathology lab workers began industrial action earlier this week, by working to their set hours. But have now been refused entry to the hospital.
The Unite Union claims the hospital's stopping them from working unless they agree to end their dispute.
The Trust says the dispute could affect turnaround times for test results which could put patients at risk, so they have asked workers to stay at home until the action comes to an end.
The families of five elderly residents who died suddenly at a Northampton care home have welcomed a decision by police to re-open the investigation into their deaths.
They were all residents at the Parkside House Nursing Home between July and August 2009.
Detectives say a criminal investigation would have taken place at the time but wasn't possible because the Coroner found the deaths had been due natural causes.
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The health sector regulator Monitor, has ordered Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to make a series of urgent steps after failing to make improvements in services for its patients.
The hospital's been branded one of the worst performing accident & emergency departments in the country.
The trust says it is focused on improving services and is working with Monitor to make changes.
Click below to watch a short clip from Adam Cayley, Monitor.
The Health regulator, "Monitor", has described Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as having the worst performing accident and emergency department in the country.
Monitor has now ordered urgent steps to be taken after it says the Trust failed to make improvements in services for its patients.
Some of the criticisms of the Trust are that it fails to see most A & E patients within four hours, which is the national target, and it fails to ensure that most have to wait less than 18 weeks for an operation.
Monitor's Regional Director Adam Cayley said. "This trust has one of the worst performing A&E departments in the country....It is unacceptable that patients have to wait. Monitor will not hesitate to step in and make changes to the leadership if the trust does not improve."
The Trust has been working with Monitor to tackle the issues since December 2012.
Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Chairman Alan Tobias, said. "We believe we are now in a much stronger position to tackle these issues and will e working hard to achieve all the undertakings and requirements we have set with our regulator."
"I am under no illusion and want to assure our local community we must and will get this right because it is in the best interests of our patients, which is what drives the board of the trust."