Is it time to discourage second-homers, asks Nick Conrad. Easier said than done...
St Andrew’s Hall in Norwich hosts a varied programme from the Norwich School Choral Society, writes Christopher Smith
It’s not being a bad parent to get your teenager to do housework, says Rachel Moore.
Paying for long-term care when we’re old is something none of us likes to think about. But we should, says Rachel Moore.
Is the internet destroying reasoned debate? David Clayton worries that it might be doing exactly that...
Eve Stebbing is intrigued, but not moved, by a play exploring the 2008 financial crash.
Pam Taylor tells how you can help in a national dragonfly survey
Pam Taylor hails the pond-reviving work of Carl Sayer.
It’s time for the Government to make good its promises on tackling domestic abuse, says Mandy Proctor.
Gina Long highlights more Norfolk fundraisers in her latest column.
Pam Taylor hears how a child’s curiosity led to a fascination with emperor dragonflies.
Young and old needn’t live on different planets, says Pete Kelley.
Eve Stebbing is swept along by the soaring melodies and tragedy of Puccini’s poignant opera Madama Butterfly
A traditional staging of Verdi’s La Traviata hits the right notes for Christopher Smith.
Sharon Griffiths witnesses a heart-warming episode of kindness on a crowded train.
A wide-ranging programme from Suffolk choir Seraphim delights our reviewer Frank Cliff.
Biddy Collyer recalls how the ‘Beast from the East’ brought the homelessness problem into sharp focus.
Christopher Smith enjoys a resounding finale to the Norwich Philharmonic’s 177th season
Could high heels have had their day? About time, says Sharon Griffiths.
Keith Skipper recalls some wise words from bibliophile Sir John Betjeman, the Norfolk-loving Poet Laureate.
Never mind football having video replays - what about married couples?, asks Neil Haverson.
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