A driver is in a critical condition after his car crashed with two others - including a Porsche - in Suffolk.
It happened at Low Street in Kettleburgh, near Ipswich, on Tuesday October 6 at about 9.30am.
The male driver of a blue Ford Fiesta is thought to have suffered a "medical episode" as he approached a bend. He then collided with a Nissan Qashai and Porsche.
The driver of the Fiesta was taken to hospital and remains in a critical condition. The driver of the Porsche has minor injuries.
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Recruitment teams from Peterborough Hospital are travelling to Italy and Portugal to recruit new nurses.
The Peterborough and Stamford Foundation Trust currently employs a thousand nurses and midwives.
Hospital managers want to recruit a further 140 qualified nurses to reduce their use of agency staff.
Campaigners opposed to the planned privatisation of some health services in Cambridgeshire will be lobbying a meeting in Cambridge.
The county's Clinical Commissioning Group is expected to name the organisations which have bid to run Integrated Adult and Older People's services.
Protestors say the services should remain fully within the NHS rather than being run by the private sector.
Stephen Metcalfe, the MP for South Basildon and East Thurrock, has given his support to World AIDS Day.
Tomorrow marks the 25th anniversary of the campaign. People around the world will be demonstrating their support for those living with HIV and commemorate those who have died.
One of the region's hospitals has had to close a ward following an outbreak of Norovirus.
Eight patients at the West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds have shown symptoms.
Staff are urging visitors who've experienced diarrhoea or vomiting to stay away from the hospital for at least 72 hours after they've recovered, even if they feel better.
Land at the Dale Farm Travellers site near Basildon does not pose a health risk to those living nearby a report has found. The Environment Agency launched an investigation after fears the site, which had been used as a scrapyard before travellers moved in, had been contaminated.
Today it reported there is no significant risk of adverse effects on human health.
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