One reader is ashamed of the litter around our country. Do you agree?
One reader is worried about the fish in the higher floors of the proposed Anglia Square tower.
One reader wants action, not words, over the roads. Do you agree?
One reader doesn’t understand why they have to ‘always’ knock down the houses in Hemsby when there is coastal erosion.
One reader has thanked President Trump for ‘shining a beacon of hope for humanity’, do you agree?
One reader believes graffiti should not be considered art, and punishments should be given for people who practice it.
One reader pays tribute to Norwich busker Jonny Walker, who sadly died earlier this year.
One reader thinks the EDP should be campaigning to improve the A140 instead.
One reader has five questions for the Norwich City FC board.
One reader believes the NDR should be named after an old railway line, not The Broadland Northway.
This reader is looking for people who attended a Sunday school in Norwich.
Do you agree with the Cllr that without more public transport, new residents will be forced to use the NDR instead?
One reader believes the proposed plan for the roads around Anglia Square create a conflict between cyclists, motorists and pedestrians.
How encouraging it is to see central government have given money to improve the Hempnall crossroad junction on the A140.
My husband and I went for a walk around Sandringham Estate today and we were quite shocked to see the amount of rubbish left by visitors to the estate.
I request to be allowed a ‘one off’ in-depth response to the criticisms of the proposals for cycling facilities in Norwich and of cyclists.
I agree that a permanent memorial to Princess Diana should be erected in our city.
On Sunday I was driving from Horning towards Wroxham along a road which has a purpose-built cycle path costing over £1m, when I met a group of around 10 MAMIL (middle aged men in Lycra - or cyclists as they are more normally referred as).
As the council soon makes its mind up about the permission of cyclists riding on pathways in the city.
Recently my family and I visited Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach.
So far the results of our new NCFC strategy have been very disappointing. Patience is in short supply. Defensive frailties exposed, no cutting edge up front.
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