There is new controversy at one of the country's most criticised hospital trusts tonight amid claims staff shortages are so bad, health chiefs are flying to Greece to recruit more nurses.
NHS bosses at three hospitals in Lincolnshire leave for Athens tomorrow - with the aim of taking on 50 Greek nurses to work on wards back here.
It comes after Lincolnshire's Hospital Trust was exposed for its high death rates, low staffing and poor training. So will flying in nurses from fifteen hundred miles away solve the problems? Kate Hemingway reports.
A team from Lincolnshire's Hospitals Trust is preparing to fly out to Greece, to try and recruit more foreign nurses to work in the county.
35 new nurses, who were all required to take an English test, have already been appointed by United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust following a drive earlier this year in Spain and Portugal.
This trip to Greece is to interview further candidates. The Trust's Chief executive Jane Lewington says it's facing a major battle when it comes to recruiting and keeping nurses in their jobs
The trial is due to start today of a man accused of beating his girlfriend to death in Greece.
Luke Walker, who's 25, will appear in court charged with murdering Chelsea Hyndman from Castleford on the island of Crete. The pair were working there together in 2010 when Chelsea died. Walker denies killing the 20-year-old and claims she fell during a night out.
Duncan Wood has the latest on the search for Ben Needham this Monday 22nd October
Police from the UK are using metal detectors in Greece to search the farmland where missing toddler Ben Needham was last seen alive.Read the full story ›
News organisations from across the world have sent crews and reporters to Kos in Greece to follow the progress of South Yorkshire Police, as they search for clues relating to the disappearance of Ben Needham.
Ben, who was just 21 months old at the time, went missing on July 24, 1991, when his mum Kerry, from Sheffield, left him with her parents Eddie and Christine while she went to work in a hotel.
Today an excavation of the site where some investigators believe Ben may have been buried in rubble, has begun.
A plumber from West Yorkshire locked up in one of Greece's toughest jails for crimes he didn't commit has finally been able to return home.
Fran Prenga has now been reunited with his family in Otley after being falsely accused of more than 70 armed robberies and held behind bars for 6 months. He says he was surrounded by dangerous criminals and is going to the European Court of Human Rights to seek compensation.
A man accused of murdering his girlfriend from West Yorkshire in Greece has been granted bail to the UK.Read the full story ›
Kate Walby has the latest on the ongoing nightmare for West Yorkshire plumber Fran Prenga, who's STILL languishing in a foreign jail despite being cleared by a court.