One reader has some suggestions for these upcoming Norwich traffic schemes. What do you think?

One reader believes police officers should be allowed to use force when necessary. What do you think?

One reader believes Team England shouldn’t even be participating in the 2018 World Cup. What do you think?

One reader is curious as to why all hurricanes are named after women. What do you think?

One reader believes there has been a breakthrough in cancer treatment that oncologists are hiding from their patients. What do you think?

One reader has some useful advice for mothers suffering with postnatal depression. Do you have anymore tips to add?

One reader is concerned that all the planned extra housing will only add more pressures to our region. What do you think?

One reader is baffled as to why she can get a free food waste bin, but cannot have her blue bin replaced for free. What do you think?

One reader thinks visitors to our county need special road signs to help them get around. Do you agree?

One reader believes more responsibility should be taken by contractors to fix potholes. What do you think?

One reader isn’t convinced that invisible microwaves are entirely safe to be around.

One reader is not surprised that banks have a so-called ‘bad reputation’.

One reader is annoyed that the older generation’s contributions to society are seemingly going unnoticed.

One reader disagrees with claims that only 10pc of cyclists use cycle paths and says they should not be forced to pay vehicle duty.

One reader is confused as to why pubs don’t display drink prices, but places like coffee shops and cafes do.

Deputy Chief Constable Nick Dean has responded to our recent article “Police solve one in 10 burglaries”

One reader thinks dualling the A11 has increased burglars, drug dealers, metal-stripping gangs and the amount of homeless people.

One reader believes Norwich’s pollution is being created by long-term roadworks.

One reader disagrees with all the negativity surrounding the Anglia Square proposals.

One reader has been left wondering why patients GPs’ were not alerted that they hadn’t been sent a mammogram invitation.

One reader thinks young people argue too much on sites like Facebook and Twitter - do you agree?

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