After a grandmother was handcuffed for trying see her medical records, we've looked at what rights patients have over their information.
Raymond Banning is suffering from a form of dementia. He's being treated in a private care home, but wants to be allowed home to die.
The family of an Essex woman left paralysed after an operation is disappointed the hospital plans to appeal a court judgement.
Tim Buckle undergoes surgery for varicose veins. The pioneering treatment will me recovery is a matter of hours, rather than weeks.
Doctors in Norfolk are using a pioneering form of surgery to treat varicose veins.
Surgeons in Norwich and Cromer hope that the use of intensive heat treatment instead of open surgery will soon be rolled out across the rest of the NHS.
Robert Brightwell, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, said patients had "no overnight stays" and "no recovery from general anaesthetic".
He added: "We've treated gentlemen well into their 70s and 80s and they've walked out and played a round of golf in the afternoon."
The son of a man who died from a fatal overdose given by a foreign doctor, has told ITV News that he welcomes new language measures.
Dr Stuart Gray's father died in 2008, after a German doctor – who had already failed an English test – gave him ten times the required amount of painkillers for kidney pain.
"It's common sense. This is five years too late, but at least action is now being taken," said Dr Stuart Gray.
Those coming to the UK from outside the EU already face strict language tests. However, new measures will mean all doctors wanting to practice in the UK will now need to pass a language assessment.
The new checks were announced after cases in which foreign doctors were said to have provided sub-standard care.
Hundreds of job cuts are planned at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS mental health trust.
The redesign of services has been prompted by the £20 million worth of savings that are expected to be made across the NHS nationally.
500 jobs and 20 per cent of inpatient beds are planned to be cut over the next four years.
Ipswich Hospital has been given a clean bill of health after a surprise inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
A team of inspectors visited 13 wards and departments and interviewed dozens of staff and patients.
They found that the hospital met all the standards in the areas inspected.