A man was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital yesterday following a chainsaw accident in Rickling Green.
When writer James Graham first offered National Theatre director Jeremy Herrin a play set in Parliament, Herrin said: “Have you got anything else?”
An animated video has been produced offering simple tricks to help emergency services find households in Suffolk and Essex this winter.
The region’s ambulance service has launched a new campaign to reassert its zero tolerance policy on abuse as the number of staff assaulted while on duty continues to rise.
A mother-of-two from Saffron Walden is hoping to spread the word about a rare condition after her son underwent major surgery to reshape his skull.
Three children with disabilities will benefit from this year’s annual charity golf day on September 13, held by the family funeral director, Daniel Robinson and Son in Great Dunmow.
A top paediatrician has pledged his support to a Saffron Walden charity by becoming its patron.
Urgent action needs to be taken against childhood obesity, leaders have warned, as new figures show at least 34 people aged under 25 in the East of England have Type 2 diabetes.
The NHS is now spending almost £18milllion a year on everyday medication for diabetics in Suffolk and north-east Essex, new figures reveal.
The chief executive of Colchester Hospital has apologised for “letting down” patients after it was revealed the trust has been put on a watch list over its long waiting times in A&E.
A Hatfield Broad Oak business is celebrating after being dubbed ‘the one to watch’ at the inaugural Uttlesford Business Awards.
One third of people living with dementia in Suffolk and north-east Essex have not had a diagnosis, new NHS figures reveal.
NHS-funded in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and specialist fertility services could be reduced or stopped completely in Uttlesford.
A 16-year-old footballer who broke his ankle in two places during a match had to be taken to hospital in a fire engine after he was told it would be a five-hour wait for an ambulance.
Colchester Hospital is launching a new fight against bed blocking, as the trust’s chief executive reveals up to 100 patients are on the books in any one day who are medically fit to go home.
Sport chiefs in Essex want to get 60,000 more people active in the county in a bid to save the NHS some of the £58million it spends locally treating inactive people.
People are still being warned not to attend the A&E department at Colchester Hospital unless its is absolutely essential after yesterday’s cyber attack on the NHS.