There’s a great deal of power in an act of kindness.

Gina Long looks at more inspirational local fund-raisers in her latest column.

Suffragettes across the nation fought for many years to win the vote - and the women who came after them haven’t stopped fighting for change ever since.

One hundred years ago British women were given a voice. For the first time, the disenfranchised half of our country’s population could have a say in how the place was run.

Winter training in Argentina is paradise - his own field of dreams

Peter Jay, of The Hippodrome Circus in Great Yarmouth, shares his memories of the town’s theatre land.

There’s nothing quite like the experience of getting into a new TV show.

It escaped complete destruction in a 1915 bombing raid, was struck by lightning on Midsummer’s Night in 1950 and boasts a ghost in the basement - Dereham’s Corn Exchange hides a dark secret: a black-clad spirit who roams underground.

Jimmy Osmond remembers playing football with Michael Jackson, making the Queen laugh and the important role Andy Williams played in his life.

Anyone who loves Norfolk history will soon come across the name of Walter Rye. A fascinating new biography reveals his extraordinary life for the first time – and the truth behind a famous royal story. Trevor Heaton reports.

This year’s theme for Holocaust Memorial Day (January 27) is ‘the power of words’. To commemorate this important and poignant day, here’s 13 books concerning the Holocaust to add to your reading list.

Wands at the ready because Harry Potter Book Night is upon us once more.

Britannia, a new epic series about the Roman invasion of Britain, has launched to great fanfare on Sky television. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to Suffolk-based film-maker Steven Hall about the joys of recreating Ancient Britain as a surreal wild frontier

A story of mid-life

Monday, January 22, 2018

Former Anglia TV presenter Christine Webber, brings us her new novel It’s Who We Are, a tale of five people, long separated childhood friends, whose lives are destined to change forever.

Gina Long looks at more of your charity fundraising efforts in her monthly column.

He was a local hero who became a national hero and international hero... his man was Arthur Brough. Derek James pays a personal tribute to a remarkable man.

It was a moment that changed history: when it became clear women (not all, but perhaps more than eight million) would be allowed to vote for the first time

East Anglia went crazy for colour 50 years ago, though manufacturers couldn’t keep pace with demand

Internationally acclaimed poet and musician Benjamin Zephaniah, dubbed the people’s laureate, explains why he’s not mellowing with age; quite the opposite in fact.

New year, new people to follow on Twitter - that’s how the saying goes, isn’t it?

While not a chef, he’s spent 20 years supplying London’s best restaurants and hotels and has fronted countless TV shows about food. So why do people doubt Gregg Wallace’s credentials to be a judge on MasterChef? He thinks it may be a class thing.

He’s a man who has spent decades of his life uncovering Norfolk’s hidden past and is as passionate as ever about our need to protect it. And now he’s written the story of those years. Trevor Heaton talked to Dr Peter Wade-Martins about his eventful career.

As the year draws to a close we take a look back at the some of the most popular Weird Norfolk stories of 2017. Follow the links for the full stories.

The Norwich Ice Rink officially opens today, but before you grab your skates, here are a few helpful tidbits that might make your first experience on the ice a little easier.

Gina Long celebrates more of Norfolk’s charity fundraisers in her latest monthly column.

With the big freeze hitting the region, it’s important to be careful when and about on the paths.

Equestrian artist Frances Sullivan is celebrating her 25th anniversary as a professional painter

An Aylsham woman has started a new chapter after discovering a weight loss programme which turned her life around.

Ex-MP Ann Widdecombe has much to say, as ever, about the state of the nation, but she also showed a softer side as she talked about her Christmas panto turn in the region.

It’s official, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all set to tie the knot in May 2018. Here Courtney Pochin takes a look at what people across the region made of the royal announcement and why we care so much about it.

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