An author from Saffron Walden has had his first book in a new series set in London in the 1930s published today (January 21).
What is it really like to be autistic? Thomas Clements, from Great Sampford, knows.
Ten years in the making, this troubled production, which tells the story of the legendary British rock band Queen and its enigmatic lead singer Freddie Mercury, finally makes it to the big screen.
Robert Pike from Saffron Walden has researched the Great War for nearly 40 years and his latest book of poetry tells some of the stories of soldiers from the town.
A Russian oligarch has hacked a rig at a fracking site in Derbyshire and engineers are unaware that the drill is moving towards a geological fault line, risking a huge earthquake.
A former journalist from Newport has written his first novel - a thriller about a teenage girl who goes missing and wakes up 40 years into the future.
This week our financial columnist looks at how pensions fare across the globe – and which country is the wealthiest when it comes to their state pension
A wide range of musicians have signed up to play at Saffron Walden’s free musical event, the Fete de la Musique on Sunday, June 24, where over 350 musicians will play at 10 venues across the town, celebrating Midsummer Day.