April 18 2014 Latest news:
Rail services may be cancelled, delayed or revised at short notice after a person was hit by a train earlier today.
Acclaimed adventurer Simon Yates have faced more than his fair share of close shaves and life or death decisions during the last 30 years. You can ask him all about them when he visits Ipswich on Tuesday.
Squeezing decades of a life lived at full-throttle into a mere hour-and-a-half was always going to be tough for the maverick broadcaster, pioneering DJ and fearless foreign correspondent. Little wonder his show, part of Literary Ipswich, ran over.
In less than a week we went from the rawness of festival camping to a weekend of calm, understated indulgence.
Holkham Hall to the left of you, its world famous beach to the right - and you’ll be happy stuck in the middle at The Victoria. BRAD JONES visits a gem on the North Norfolk coast
Andy Russell discovers an unusual house – half on the ground, half hanging over a hill
WHEN a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”
David Green enjoys a walking holiday in North Yorkshire
THE wait was certainly worth it.
The phrase “family holiday” has always seemed like a contradiction in terms. With children aged two and four, the idea that any departure from home and its inbuilt arsenal of coping mechanisms could lead to leisure and relaxation, smacked of fantasy.
As I lay there, eyes closed, with the sound of dew-drops dripping through the layers of undergrowth in the rainforest and the tension in my neck being eased by the expert hands of the therapist, I felt a million miles from home.
Carl Marston travels north and discovers an area worth exploring
Say the words Cote D’Azur and you think of sparkling seas, brilliant sunshine, glamour and luxury. James Marston visits Nice and Cannes
THE art of conversation has sadly been hiding under the stairs gathering dust for the past few years.