One of the UK's most accomplished actresses is set to star in a bittersweet comedy about being the 'other woman' to a world-famous author.
There's so much going on in the world in 2019 that Keith Skipper wonders what the grandparents of tomorrow will make of it all in 50 years
Keith Skipper explores the secrets only Norfolk people know
The world isn't always safe, especially not for women, but that doesn't mean we should fear exploring it, says Emily Cotton - plus the 11 destinations voted best for female solo travel
With high winds forcing the last-minute cancellation of the Jock Wadley Memorial race, interest re-focused on the Ike Saul race in Cambridgeshire.
Norwich schools have been urged to allow pupils to have the day off to take part in a protest over climate change.
I've got a weird problem and everyone I know thinks it's stupid.
Victoria Williamson has vowed she feels "driven to improve" after struggling to hide her disappointment with results at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships.
Fifty years ago today, on March 2 1969, Concorde made its maiden flight in Toulouse, France. Nick Richards and Judy Rimmer salute the fantastic white plane.
Norfolk teachers have praised the importance of foreign languages in schools as figures reveal fewer students are choosing to study a language at GCSE.
A talented artist is hoping to sow the seeds of success as he launches a new restaurant in Bungay.
A globe trotting nurse with a thirst for adventure and mysterious celebrity neighbours has celebrated her 100th birthday at a Norfolk care home.
Top class music, special screenings and films will be showcased at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft in the the week ahead.
James has been looking through rose-tinted glasses at his past when the fun recorded on film filtered out tougher times
A 98-year-old who penned a novel when women were beginning to express themselves with more freedom and independence than ever before has died.
A former Easton and Otley college student has expressed delight after returning as its farm manager with 30 years in the industry under his belt.
It's not every day you wander down to your local cafe for a coffee or pastry and stumble across an abundance of stunning, renaissance-style paintings.
One changed a nation with a sword, the other with a pen. ANDREW TULLETT looks at the two towering figures on Thetford's town sign