A farm in Leeds where children can pet animals is being investigated after dozens of visitors fell ill with sickness and diarrhoea.Read the full story ›
Fears have been voiced by mothers-to-be and families as hospital bosses consider moving maternity services from Boston to Lincoln - 37 miles away .
The Trust in charge at Boston is trying to plug a £60 million deficit and ensure services remain safe - but thousands have signed a petition to keep the unit where it is. Here's Kate Hemingway's report.
A children's hospice has re-opened three and a half months after it was forced to shut following a fire.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people have signed a petition calling for services at a Lincolnshire hospital not to be downgraded.
Campaigners say plans to shift maternity services from Boston's Pilgrim Hospital to Lincoln - and downgrade the Accident and Emergency unit will put lives at risk.
More than three thousand people have now signed a petition hoping for the matter to be discussed in parliament.
More than 3,500 people were covered with paints of many colours as they raised thousands of pounds for the Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.Read the full story ›
Bluebell Wood Hospice's famous benefactor Barry Hearn will pay a visit there today.
The head of World Snooker has encouraged a partnership between the World Snooker Championships - taking place in Sheffield at the moment - and the charity.
Proceeds from collections at the competition will go to the city's hospice.
As junior doctors walked out for a second day, how did hospitals cope? And will the strike action make any difference?Read the full story ›
Junior doctors in the region began a two-day walkout earlier today, joining colleagues across the country in an unprecedented strike.
It is the first time they have failed to provide emergency care.
It meant thousands of operations were cancelled, with senior staff stepping in to provide critical care. Sally Simpson reports.
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3.35pm: Waiting times at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary have gone up by 40 minutes.
Earlier it had the shortest wait time out of any hospital ITV News is monitoring - with just 10 minutes.
Striking junior doctors are coming to the end of the first of a two-day walk out, in a dispute with the Government over new contracts. These junior doctors on the picket lines at both Leeds General Infirmary and Hull Royal Infirmary explain why they have taken the unprecedented stance.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt says the junior doctors are being offered a 'very fair deal'.