Norfolk's three hospitals look set to end another year in deficit, as NHS cash comes under the spotlight.
A thyroid drug which has been hailed as life-changing and has been at the centre of a fierce campaign for access will finally be available more easily in Norfolk and Waveney.
Mobile phones should be banned from classrooms, with pupils to be lectured about the dangers of device dependency, the schools minister has said.
Pharmacists in Norfolk are "at their wits' end" as they struggle to get hold of many common medicines, including painkillers and anti-depressants.
Nearly 4,000 people over the age of 65 in Norfolk are living with undiagnosed dementia, according to the NHS.
Four bereaved mothers travelled to London on Monday to demand change in mental health services in Norfolk and Suffolk.
A woman who said her life was given back to her by access to a thyroid medication faces paying for the drug abroad as it is not funded by the NHS.
More than 135,000 children in Norfolk and Suffolk have not seen an NHS dentist in the last year, according to newly released figures.
Norfolk hospitals depend on the European Union for more than one in 10 doctors, new figures revealed, as uncertainty over Brexit threatens to worsen the crisis in the NHS.
The use of restraints on adults with learning disabilities rose almost fivefold in the region's mental health hospitals in the space of a year, figures show.
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