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Call for people to have spring Covid-19 vaccine as two in three yet to get protected

Call for people to have spring Covid-19 vaccine as two in three yet to get protected

Call for people to have spring Covid-19 vaccine as two in three yet to get protected

Have you not had a vaccine yet? Find out if you are eligible for the spring booster.


Fitness instructor runs exercise and social classes for older people

Fitness instructor runs exercise and social classes for older people

Fitness instructor runs exercise and social classes for older people

Age is just a number when it comes to exercise, says a fitness instructor who runs sessions with a difference aimed at older adults.


‘Bouncing boobs’ take on marathon challenge

‘Bouncing boobs’ take on marathon challenge

‘Bouncing boobs’ take on marathon challenge

Inflatable boob costumes will be adding an extra dimension to a marathon challenge being taken on by four friends.


Nurse with incurable cancer takes fight for access to life-extending drug to Parliament

Nurse with incurable cancer takes fight for access to life-extending drug to Parliament

Nurse with incurable cancer takes fight for access to life-extending drug to Parliament

A nurse with incurable cancer will make a case to health chiefs for fair access to a drug which could give her more time with her family.


‘I just want to finally bring my disabled husband home after random attack’

‘I just want to finally bring my disabled husband home after random attack’

‘I just want to finally bring my disabled husband home after random attack’

A devoted wife says she feels suicidal after waiting five years to bring her disabled husband home.


Public urged to report sightings of caterpillar that must not be touched

Public urged to report sightings of caterpillar that must not be touched

Public urged to report sightings of caterpillar that must not be touched

Sightings of a hairy caterpillar that makes people and pets very unwell must be reported urge officials who are keeping track of the dangerous pest.


New study reveals Fenland as England's quitting capital for smoking

New study reveals Fenland as England's quitting capital for smoking

New study reveals Fenland as England's quitting capital for smoking

A new study by online vape retailer Vape Globe reveals that Fenland is the country’s capital for quitting smoking.


Wisbech window fitters win heartfelt thanks from hospital after donating ward’s entire Amazon wish list

Wisbech window fitters win heartfelt thanks from hospital after donating ward’s entire Amazon wish list

Wisbech window fitters win heartfelt thanks from hospital after donating ward’s entire Amazon wish list

A family-run business has been giving back to the children’s ward that cared for a baby relative when she became severely unwell.


3 Dads Walking charity trek to save young lives

3 Dads Walking charity trek to save young lives

3 Dads Walking charity trek to save young lives

Three bereaved fathers who are trekking 500 miles to raise awareness and help prevent suicide in young people are giving a talk about their challenge.


NHS prescriptions rise to almost £10 but who can get help to pay?

NHS prescriptions rise to almost £10 but who can get help to pay?

NHS prescriptions rise to almost £10 but who can get help to pay?

NHS prescription charges increase from this month but who is eligible to get their medicine for free?


Menopause support for women in custody

Menopause support for women in custody

Menopause support for women in custody

Women who find themselves in police custody and experiencing symptoms of menopause are to be offered support.


Junior footballers warned against trend made popular by Jack Grealish

Junior footballers warned against trend made popular by Jack Grealish

Junior footballers warned against trend made popular by Jack Grealish

Junior players are being told not to adopt a trend made famous by Premier League aces such as Man City’s Jack Grealish because of the risk of injury.


‘My son is denied access to a drug which could restore his sight because of where we live’

‘My son is denied access to a drug which could restore his sight because of where we live’

‘My son is denied access to a drug which could restore his sight because of where we live’

The family of a teenage motorcyclist who was robbed of his sight by a rare condition are fighting for fair access to revolutionary medication.


Coffee morning raises thousands for cancer charity in Helen’s memory

Coffee morning raises thousands for cancer charity in Helen’s memory

Coffee morning raises thousands for cancer charity in Helen’s memory

A busy memorial coffee morning raised a fantastic almost £2,000 for a secondary breast cancer charity.


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