Norfolk's three hospitals look set to end another year in deficit, as NHS cash comes under the spotlight.
Norfolk and Waveney's NHS has been snubbed in every single bid for big ticket money - bar one - made to the government over the last two years, with £417m of funding it asked for denied.
The four-hour A&E target in hospitals, which has not been hit in Norfolk for four years, is reportedly set to be scrapped.
More than half of NHS staff in Norfolk are working extra hours to help prop up the health service, it can be revealed.
A pension fund which covers many of Norfolk's public services invested more than £1m in a pharmaceutical firm which has been accused of "holding the NHS to ransom" by the health secretary.
More than 350 objections to a proposals for nearly 200 homes in a Norfolk village have been lodged.
A Norfolk A&E consultant has spoken out about the 'demoralising' pressure on staff on the frontline and suggested more money for social care was the way to help.
When Jessica Ogden goes to work she never knows what the day will bring.
A £500,000 review has revealed efforts to stem demand in Norfolk's NHS has been "fire-fighting", improvements were "starting from behind" and a lack of social care means patients stay in hospital eight days longer than necessary.
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.