Patients de-listed from a GP practice in Norfolk are facing £50 taxi fares to visit new doctors surgeries up to 13 miles away.
As temperatures keep on rising across the region so have the number of people being bitten by insects.
The fine weather continues during the next few days.
Police have released images of the couple killed on the A47.
The images show the pair in the Worzals Farm Shop in Walpole Highway at around 1:20pm on Sunday.
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Durham, who is leading the enquiry, explained:
– Det Ch Insp Paul Durham
We now believe that prior to her arriving at Worzals, Nonita was wearing black trousers with a black and white patterned round-neck cardigan.
She was also wearing yellow-framed designer sunglasses and was barefoot.
It is thought that when she got to the layby on the A47, probably due to the weather, she has taken off her cardigan and rolled up her trousers, which gave them the appearance of leggings. A key focus on this enquiry is anyone who may have seen the couple as they made their way along the A47 so, with this new information in mind, I’d been keen to hear from anyone who may have seen Nonita to come forward.”
Yesterday, one lane of the eastbound carriageway was closed while officers carried out a detailed search of the grass verge, recovering items of clothing, documents and a pair of sunglasses, believed to belong to the couple.
Anyone with information should contact the Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team (MIT) on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police investigating the deaths of two pedestrians on the A47 in Norfolk have release images of the couple.
Nonita Karajevaite, 24, and Tadas Zaleskas, 26, died after being struck by a car Terrington St John in Norfolk on Sunday .
Officers hope the pictures together with CCTV images captured around an hour before the incident, may help to jog the memory of potential witnesses.
Police are are treating Nonita’s death as suspicious following allegations she was forcibly pushed into on-coming traffic.
A council is calling for county-wide action over GP shortages.
Breckland Council says a 10% shortfall in the number of GPs across Norfolk together with a problem in recruiting GPs led to the Watton GP surgery de-registering 1,500 patients.
The council has just published the findings of an investigation into the issues behind the patients being removed from the surgery register.
In a statement Cllr Phil Cowen, for the council, said:
– Cllr Phil Cowen
We are seriously concerned that people in rural areas are experiencing increasing difficulties accessing local GP services, with Watton just the latest and most serious example.
Cross-Norfolk action is required to address this systemic issue and we want to encourage NHS England to take the lead in this.
The shortage of GPs will nlot be resolved without clear action."
Breckland District Council have called for a review over problems faced by the doctors' surgery in Watton.
Around 1,500 patients are being de-registered because the surgery says it is over subscribed and they live too far away.
Today the council called for NHS England to review rules and guidelines for becoming a dispensing practice and to consider whether they had an impact on recruiting and retaining GPs.
Police have launched an investigation after a man received a broken arm after a fight in a Northampton pub car park.
The incident happened outside the Bat and Wickets in Louise Road, close to the Racecourse, at about 3.45pm on Monday.
Three men were involved in the fight. One was left with a broken arm. His black Volkswagen car was also damaged.
Police would like to speak to one of the men who was Asian, about 5ft 10in, heavily built and clean shaven with a bald head.
Witnesses, or anyone with any information, can call the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
The Peterborough based charity "Bug-life" which studies insects, says the recent hot weather and thunderstorms have provided perfect breeding conditions for insects that bite.
It comes as experts say the number of people coming forward with bites from bugs such as mosquitos is higher this year.
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.
A Bedfordshire man seriously injured in an accident on a zip wire is this morning starting a challenge to Kayak from Bedford to The Wash.
Brett Anthony is one of a team taking part in the three day challenge to raise money for three charities including the East Anglian Air Ambulance.