Technology is moving at such a fast rate, financial advisor Keith Hood wonders if he is going to be replaced by a robot...
Rent controls will have sent a shudder through every private landlord in the country...but what else is looming? Mike White, from Martin & Co, discusses.
Opinion: Sharon Griffiths has a simple solution to the NHS’ woes... hasn’t she?
If Theresa May’s speech at Conservative Party conference had gone well it would have already happened but, alas, it could not have gone any worse.
A couple of weeks ago we reported that Santander in Cromer had closed its doors for the last time.
It isn’t often that one gets the opportunity to be the personification of political and social commentary.
It is deeply concerning that the region’s mental health trust has, once again, been branded as failing vulnerable patients.
There is clearly some deep divisions within the party over the cabinet system and the leadership.
An Englishman’s home is his castle but that ‘castle’ is getting more and more out of reach for many, says Joe Pattinson, from Newbury New Homes.
The Norwich City kit that was sponsored by Colman’s was a headline-grabber when it was launched, thanks to the involvement of designer Bruce Oldfield.
If you think you can’t open a window in a passivhaus or that it’s too difficult to design, think again! Ron Beattie of Beattie Passive tells us more.
This week marked World Homeless Day - a chance for people to stop and reflect on homelessness in their community and what it must feel like to be without a safe and secure home.
Isn’t it about time the government steps up to the mark and invests in the backbone of the NHS by awarding their staff a fair pay rise?
Opinion: Are the days of a Michelin star being the be-all and end-all for ambitious chefs coming to an end, asks Andy Newman.
Opinion: Rachel Moore is fed up with the disruption of garden fireworks. It’s time to bring in new laws, she says.
People who become councillors do not run for office because they want to make cuts.
The long held belief that properties always go up in value and the government will encourage you via the tax system no longer seems to be true, discusses Jon Hook, from Norwich Accountancy Services.
A huge thank you to the Cote Brasserie in Bury St Edmunds where one of the waiters on Sunday achieved what I informed him was a remarkable first.
Opinion: Counties such as Norfolk are suffering from the negative perceptions of city dwellers. But those townies are the blinkered ones, says Rachel Moore.
Opinion: Daniel Williams on why decision-makers must listen to the community before making changes to social care.
Will the 2021 UK census make gender definition an optional question? East Anglian academics argue it is the future
This week I have been looking at the unfolding 2017 hurricane season and the effects that Harvey, Irma and Maria could have on the US economy and the broader insurance sector.
In the five years since this newspaper launched our Ambulance Watch campaign, it can sometimes be difficult to see if improvements have been made.
Today is World Mental Health Day organised by the World Health Organisation.
Here in our region we are proud of our local identity and about everything that is unique and vibrant about our counties.
Playing sport at school is crucial.
Opinion: Sharon Griffiths is baffled at how gun-obsessed America can get worked up about fireworks...
Do not play Junior Cluedo with my grandson.
Life really is considerably better than 30-odd years ago, argues our finance columnist Peter Sharkey.
It is THE big question.
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