It is set to be a night to remember at the Theatre Royal, in Bury St Edmunds, as a gala evening of cabaret, comedy, West End Show routines and celebrity guests are all set to raise money for charity.
A Bury St Edmunds dentist will stop providing NHS services from the end of next month due to “difficulties with operational costs and the ongoing running of the practice”.
A young woman from Long Melford gave up spending Christmas with her family this year as she travelled more than 4,500 miles to work on a project tackling poverty in India.
A 70th birthday party held at the Ravenswood Hotel, in Rougham, has helped to raise over £1,400 for charity.
Hospitals in Suffolk and Essex have seen an increase in the money collected from patients, visitors and staff for car parking, it has been revealed.
A Christmas party and a charity walk have helped to boost the My Wish Charity’s Every Heart Matters appeal by over £1,000.
Generous Lavinia Crosbie has given some cheer to children currently being treated at the West Suffolk Hospital, in Bury St Edmunds.
With scores of books at her home Kelly Cable decided it was time to clear them out.
Lawyers for the children of a Bury St Edmunds fitness instructor who was killed by a stalker say her murder was “preventable”, the High Court in London heard today.
The debut concert for the West Suffolk Hospital choir, which was founded by one of its consultants, is due to take place in Bury St Edmunds, later this month.
The first imaginative and stunning design for the My WiSH charity’s First World War art trail in Bury St Edmunds has been revealed in the run up to Remembrance weekend.
The daughters of a murdered Bury St Edmunds woman take their civil claim for damages against Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) and Suffolk Constabulary to the High Court today.
A Stowmarket family have been paid £415,000 by an NHS Trust after a mother-of-two died of a ‘flesh-eating disease’ doctors failed to diagnose.
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A call has gone out to family and friends to help staff get relatives and friends who are in hospital up, dressed and moving, by ensuring they regularly bring a fresh supply of comfortable clothing and footwear for them.
NHS Hospital trusts in Ipswich, West Suffolk and Colchester have failed to achieve their targets for admitting and treating accident and emergency patients.
A retired nurse got a surprise on her 100th birthday when she was visited by four ex-students she had trained more than 50 years before at a Sudbury Hospital.
Members of the St Mary’s Wives group have boosted the funds of the My WiSH Every Heart Matters appeal by raising £1,000.
Students and staff at the King Edward VI School, in Bury St Edmunds, are giving their support to the My WiSH Every Heart Matters Appeal.
West Suffolk Hospital has apologised after an embarrassing error saw the wrong procedure carried out on one of its patients.
A centre in Sudbury which offers free counselling to people with emotional, mental health or psychological problems has seen more than 3,000 clients referred since it first opened.
Three ambulance service colleagues have braved a gruelling 70 mile trek around the Arctic Circle to raise money for Suffolk Accident and Rescue Service (SARS).
A highly respected member of the governing body of the West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is set to retire at the end of the month.
A Long Melford pharmacy has relocated to new premises in the west Suffolk village after landing a six-figure funding deal with the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
A new cycle route designed to provide quick, safe and easy access from West Suffolk Hospital to Bury St Edmunds town centre has been officially opened.
The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) paid more than £1 million to taxi firms last year, figures reveal.
A former heart patient who owes his life to West Suffolk Hospital has backed the £500,000 Every Heart Matters appeal to build a brand new cardiac diagnostic unit in Bury St Edmunds.
An NHS Trust suffered almost 18,000 days of staff absence within the last 12 months due to stress, anxiety and depression, a report has revealed.
Nearly 1,000 homes, which could “severely” hamper local infrastructure, have been recommended for approval in a central Suffolk village.
A routine operation at West Suffolk Hospital was postponed during the heatwave, after the ventilation system failed.
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