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Regular readers of this paper or our website will know the problem of drugs and drug dealing in Norwich is one we’ve given extensive coverage to over the past two years.

David Clayton can see the parallels between Norfolk and Yorkshire - they even seem to contain the same happy people

Rachel Moore says we are all getting too offended by too much - isn’t it time we became more thick-skinned and let people have their say?

It’s not you number one, it’s me - and your stuff, writes Jo Malone

Nicola Barrell had a fairly idyllic childhood growing up in a Norfolk village where you knew who and what to avoid – the man driving his Robin Reliant past the school every day at hometime and where the only danger was falling out of trees or deep into haystacks.

Liz Nice was taught by her grandfather that a woman can do anything a man can, if not better. Hard to work though sometimes though, isn’t it?

A store cupboard with organic soya sauce and rose harissa doesn’t sound like an average student shop... pass the ketchup.

It was at the start of the year when we first reported how the future of Norfolk’s children’s centres was looking uncertain.

Glorious Norfolk is great to settle down in at any point in your life, but is just perfect for anybody wishing to see out their twilight years, says Keith Skipper

By the time you read this I should be well away from Ipswich on a delayed family holiday in the far north.

I was chatting to a barber the other day while he was sculpting and oiling my beard.

Neil Haverson on the hell of being caught short and not being able to do a thing about it.

This year the invaluable government-backed Help to Buy scheme, helping young people get onto the property ladder, turned five years old. Alison Page, from David Wilson Homes, tells us more.

If you’re not married and you or your partner dies, if you haven’t made a will, it can have devastating consequences. Jo Tinson, from Spire solicitors, gives legal advice.

After cabinet minister Liz Truss called for more homes to be built in the countryside, the debate has raged on over whether the government needs to change planning laws to enable this. Property editor Caroline Culot asked two estate agents for their view.

Nick Conrad has been up in Yorkshire and was bowled over by a brilliant museum - and suggest you should go and check one out and engage with the past

If you think a dual carriage is only a section of road with two lanes going in one direction read on. Motoring editor Andy Russell says you never stop learning as a driver.

Andy Newman found numerous independent cafe’s in the city were closed on Sunday afternoon and he is not happy!

I am losing count of the times I have asked the question, ‘Is the world going mad?’ Usually, after I have read, heard or seen something that seems beyond belief.

Rachel Moore says Kirstie should not have smashed her kids ipads but instead learned to just say no

Should we disapprove when we read that celebrity mum Victoria Beckham got help from a top milliner when creating an Easter bonnet for her daughter? Lynne Mortimer says no, but yes... but no

James Marston’s church in west Suffolk has been targeted by thieves and he isn’t happy.

Archant’s Digital Decoded workshops offer a no-nonsense guide to SEO and more. Jamie Brown explains what you’ll learn at the free sessions.

It is annual wife appreciation day on Sunday, September 16. Lynne Mortimer sends out a plea for husbands to ignore it and appreciate their wives every day.

As Boris Johnson and his wife seek a divorce, Lynne Mortimer wonders if the electorate is too bothered about the private lives of politicians.

Last week we reported how a Norwich restaurant owner, seemingly fed up with negative TripAdvisor reviews, had resorted to hitting back when diners criticised his eatery online.

It’s often called the cruellest tax of all. But exactly how much inheritance tax do you have to pay, when and can you avoid it?

Does your letting agent hide behind the Data Protection Act to avoid sending you vital paperwork? Mike White, from Martin & Co in Norwich, discusses.

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