It’s nearly time for this year’s Big Garden Birdwatch. Ahead of next weekend’s event, Emily Kench of the RSPB looks at East Anglia’s winners and losers over the years.

So you’re still laughing at M&S’ much-reviled ‘cauliflower steaks’? Well, the joke’s on us, says Sharon Griffiths.

How Harry and Meghan should conduct themselves until their Big Day in May... advice from Michael Cole, the former BBC royal correspondent whose PR agency now advises famous people and leading corporations on their public image

Great Yarmouth has a wonderful history. So let’s celebrate it - and the future - says Anne Edwards.

RSPB volunteer Diane Church talks about her favourite garden bird - the blackbird.

Earlier this month Sir David Attenborough named NWT Cley Marshes on the north Norfolk coast “one of the great places in Britain to see wildlife”. But that special feeling of wildness takes a lot of human intervention, as warden George Baldock tells us.

‘Me Too’? Perhaps what we really need is ‘Mutual Respect’ instead, says Biddy Collyer.

Christopher Smith enjoys the latest annual musical celebration of Norwich’s links with Novi Sad.

Women of Britain, it’s time to relax about housework. Yes, really, says Sharon Griffiths.

He was a local hero who became a national hero and international hero... his man was Arthur Brough. Derek James pays a personal tribute to a remarkable man.

Keith Skipper reflects on the character-forming side of rural odd-jobs from his childhood.

Harriet Loffler tells how modern printmakers are being inspired by artists of the Norwich School.

Keith Skipper looks at a trio of local books which get to the heart of Norfolk.

Internationally-renowned pianist Joanna MacGregor gave a new Norwich concert series a sparkling start, says Frank Cliff.

It’s common knowledge that Norfolk offers all manner of diversity... except mountains. Don Black writes about discovering the fact late in life.

Where does the so-called Golden Triangle in Norwich stop and start - and just who were these people called Unthank? Derek James takes up the story.

The magic of reading to, and with, children is something every parent must never forget, says Nick Conrad.

From Russia with wings

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Mike Toms on the shore lark, a hard-to-spot visitor which might have flown all the way from Russia.

Horror stories seem to be emerging on an almost daily basis about the problems facing the National Health Service. The latest of these was that of the elderly woman who requested an ambulance because she was suffering from chest pains - but by the time paramedics arrived, some three hours later, the poor woman was dead and incapable of being resuscitated.

Mike Toms takes a stroll in the company of a sleek hunter of the skies.

Mike Hicks tells the story of the East Anglian men behind a banking scandal.

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