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Interview: Arts charity founder Sarah Hosking talks about her life and work as she is made an honorary fellow of the Royal Society of Literature
One woman's alcohol battle and her trek through the American wilderness
In his new column for the Herald, Neil Wallace examines if Ofsted is asking the right questions at our schools.
Microchipping for cats is to become compulsory with hefty fines for those owners who don't comply.
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Jazz performance at Cox's Yard tonight (Friday) by KES band kicks off ten days of music in the town
RSC executive director Catherine Mallyon and acting artistic director Erica Whyman discuss how the theatre company is bouncing back from the pandemic
Former police detective John Hanson has spent decades researching UFO sightings.
Open water swim event this Sunday honours Sharne Phipps who was looked after Shakespeare Hospice as she faced terminal illness.
The hub, to be called Net Zero, will provide sustainable living advice and events.
Scott Williams has been told he could have just a few years to live.
As The Comedy of Errors previews from tonight at the RSC, actors Jonathan Broadbent and Greg Haiste talk about playing the Dromio twins.
More details of Stratford District Council's and the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust's £20m bid for levelling-up funding.
Jon Shires joins St Benedict’s School from Trinity School in Leamington.