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A man poured what is believed to be oil in to the coolant tank of a for sale car to try and get a lower price.

The region’s mental health trust has moved to reassure over care as it was revealed patients were sent to a hospital with “unacceptable” standards.

The region’s ambulance service still does not have enough staff to keep patients safe, as bosses were slammed in its latest inspection report.

Another director has resigned from the region’s ambulance trust as a major overhaul of its top management team continues.

More than £90,000 has been spent on legal costs by a healthcare trust following the death of a 19-year-old anorexia student in Norwich.

A person who called for an ambulance 1,136 times in the last 12 months is among dozens of notorious nuisances who are costing the service a fortune, it can be revealed.

The region’s ambulance trust received calls from people suffering with sunburn as the service almost reached capacity over the weekend.

Staff working in children and young people’s mental health were forced to make their own waiting lists as official data was so inaccurate and cases “slipped through the net”.

A new initiative which aims to make sure that people who have suffered a cardiac arrest receive lifesaving help as quickly as possible has launched across the region.

NHS organisations need to stop prioritising their own reputations over learning from patient deaths.

The region’s ambulance trust plans to appeal a court decision in which staff won a landmark victory over holiday pay.

The new boss at the region’s failing mental health trust has admitted he hears about the service’s disastrous radical redesign “most days” as he set out his plans to turn fortunes around.

Governors at the region’s mental health trust have demanded answers over why spending on children in London is more than three times that on those in the east.

A motorcyclist was taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash on the A140.

A rally for pro-Remain party Change UK was full with standing room only on Saturday.

An East of England MEP has defended controversial comments by Ukip leader Gerard Batten describing Islam as a “death cult”.

A raft of new candidates standing in the east of England ahead of European elections have been announced by pro-Remain party Change UK.

Children in the east of England have the least money spent on their mental health care in the country, as some were having to threaten suicide to fight their way into treatment.

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