Tributes and condolences have poured in for 63-year-old beautician Alison Frost after news broke of her death on Friday July 29.
'I have a rechargeable handset which my consultant will connect by bluetooth to the battery pack under the skin on my chest and I will be switched on'
A report published by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) confirms St Elizabeth's Care Home with Nursing remains in special measures.
Trustees of St Elizabeth's Centre at Perry Green are accused of breaching 83 residents' human rights with closure plans.
As the authority faces increasing demand for services with an ageing population, Broxbourne Nursing Home is the 22nd facility it owns and leases.
Trading Standards was following up on legislation that requires businesses with 250-plus employees to display the calorie content for adult meals.
The Newport Primary School pupil "finally smashed it" and rang the bell at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge to signal the start of a new chapter.
Residents, community groups, care boards and medical committees all urged to fight for a dispensing chemist next to Stansted Surgery in Lower Street
The East of England Ambulance Service Trust is improving, according to its latest inspection, but concerns remain over response times and bullying
Amy Gannon on her Bishop's Stortford family's story of navigating the emotional, physical and financial challenges of living with blood cancer.
St Clare recently revealed ambitious 20-year plan to deliver outstanding care to the communities of West Essex and East Herts borders.
Professor Jim McManus reminded residents to remain cautious as new ONS figures showed a 29% increase in infections in a week.
An "exceptional hot spell" on Monday and Tuesday is set to lead to "widespread impacts on people and infrastructure".
Craig Jenkins' trek along the GR11 route through the Spanish Pyrenees close to the border with France will take him an estimated 60 days.
'If in doubt, don't go out' warns the animal charity, which says owners should avoid walks in the heat and be alert to signs of heatstroke.
Dr Indermeet Sawhney, director for learning disability services at Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, is behind the project.