Think carefully before you throw away that naff household item - it could soon be trendy, says Sharon Griffiths.

Keith Skipper is already getting his pencils sharpened for his 2019 diary...

Collectables: Mike Hicks looks at a pre-loo item...

A little knowledge can help us get closer to nature. And what better way to do it than on your smartphone?, says Diane Church of the RSPB.

In this month’s Wildlife in Common series, Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Barry Madden discovers the dramatic lives of the small but beautifully-formed creatures which represent the infrastructure of the natural world: the invertebrates.

Let’s celebrate our county on Norfolk Day - but let’s think about its future too, says Keith Skipper.

Norwich Castle Museum’s new exhibition tells the story behind one of its most extraordinary paintings and the famous family which owned it, with the help of star loans from internationally-famous museums and private collections. Trevor Heaton reports.

Opinion: Memories are made of this

Friday, June 15, 2018

Nick Conrad is going motorhoming - something he never thought he’d be doing.

Opinion: I night I met Ray Davies

Thursday, June 14, 2018

David Clayton finds himself properly starstruck when he meets a music hero.

State boarding schools can give so many of our children a great start in life, says Rachel Moore.

Mary Dorrell of Norfolk WI visits the world’s largest reminder of the bravery of Edith Cavell... a mountain.

So it’s goodbye to the Del Ballroom. Paul Barnes has fond memories...

Why are some children impervious to poetry, asks Sharon Griffiths.

Learner drivers need more than motorway experience, says Sharon Griffiths

Since its introduction to Britain, Himalayan Balsam has spread throughout the country, says Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Reserves Manager, Steve Collin, invading wet, wild places and taking over swathes of our countryside…

Despite much effort by many farmers, Norfolk people have largely lost their age-old link to the land, says Keith Skipper.

It was 110 years when a baby boy was born in Norwich who grew up to become the first-ever worldwide television star and was very nearly Doctor Who. Derek James pays tribute to Richard Hearne.

Collectables : Mike Hicks on a reminder of ‘Rotten Boroughs’

Norfolk writer D J Taylor explores the rise and fall of a mega-selling rock band for his new novel, Rock and Roll is Life. He spoke to Trevor Heaton about a book that has proved a real labour of love.

If we want a better society then we should roll up our sleeves and help, says Nick Conrad.

‘Awareness’ days and weeks are great fun, says Andy Newman, but they also serve a useful purpose.

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