Running has been with Pat Brightman through the good times and the bad over the past 12 months as she explains to Run Anglia editor Mark Armstrong

Film award shows seem to be losing favour with audiences. Arts editor Andrew Clarke wonders whether its because the audience for movies is changing and the Oscars and BAFTAs are reacting by rewarding the wrong films.

Chapelfield grew in value by £9.6m last year, according to joint-owner Intu Properties.

It’s high time we celebrated Norfolk and were proud of coming from here, says David Clayton.

Blue October, an alternative rock band from Texas, are heading out on their UK tour next month stopping at The Waterfront in Norwich on March 21.

Forget London or Birmingham – a new report has named Edinburgh as the UK’s most attractive city for inward investment.

More than 1,500 admissions to hospital in Norfolk and Suffolk over the course of a year were due to drug-related mental illness, new figures revealed.

Ryan Walsh brought the British featherweight belt back to Norfolk – but looks almost certain to have a rematch with Isaac Lowe after a hard-fought title clash in Manchester.

Entrepreneurs in Norfolk and Essex are among the keenest to celebrate their heritage when naming their companies, according to new research.

Millions of pounds are up for grabs to further boost cycling provision in Norwich.

From Norfolk Wheel to Suffolk Caves, Trevor Heaton begins a two-part look at the lost pub games of East Anglia.

Future brides and grooms can get inspired for their big day at East Anglia’s largest wedding show this weekend.

Young Norfolk dancers are among those set to take flight in an innovative new dance performance looking at wartime life in the RAF.

A new survey calculates it takes young women an average of more than five hours to get ready for a night out. In which case, Lynne Mortimer had better start now.

A Norwich maths teacher and his students have raised more than £1,000 for Cancer Research.

A logistics unit in Thetford is among three to have been offloaded by a London property developer in a multimillion pound deal.

It’s one way to relight the fire for Take That fans, a musical mix-up of the band’s greatest hits with a tale that celebrates the power of friendship.

The Blackpool-born veteran actor who played Frasier Crane’s father in the beloved sitcom from 1993 to 2004 has died - we remember 10 of Martin’s best lines from the show. Hope you’re resting easy in that horrible chair, Martin.

This year marks 100 years of women’s suffrage - a century ago Britain became a fairer, more democratic place to live.

Suffragettes across the nation fought for many years to win the vote - here’s how they did it.

Sheringham will be pulling out all the stops to celebrate its Norse heritage next weekend, when the fourth annual Scira Viking Festival kicks off with exhibitions, workshops and pitched battles in the streets.

Take four heroes of pop and add five new kids on the block. Gary, Howard, Mark and Robbie talk about turning Take That’s biggest hits into stage musical The Band, featuring Let it Shine winners Five to Five.

A man who prompted armed police to swoop on Norwich’s clubland after reports he had pointed a gun at people has been jailed.

Released to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War, Saul Dibb’s elegiac screen adaptation expands RC Sherriff’s moving 1928 stage play about life on the front line without sacrificing the psychological intensity.

The sale of half Intu Properties’s stake in the Chapelfield shopping centre in Norwich has been completed as the group enters a joint venture with an investment group.

A Norfolk doctor faces a misconduct tribunal over allegations she did not follow or seek instructions while delivering a baby.

Construction activity is showing signs of strength across major UK cities – except London.

Foodies rejoice! The country’s biggest touring cheese festival is coming to Norwich.

Recently formed group Welles, founded by 23-year-old Nashville singer Jesse Welles, will be playing in Norwich on January 30 as the support act on Highly Suspect’s tour.

Metal band Of Mice & Men are coming to Norwich on April 26 to headline The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA with support from Wage War and Sylar.

Mark E Smith, the outspoken singer of the groundbreaking Manchester post-punk band The Fall, has died aged 60. Regular visitors to Norwich over the decades, we look back at recent gigs including one marking his long time champion John Peel.

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