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Crossed off my list this week – pork crackling.

So Greater Anglia had to cancel 15 trains on Monday, June 19 due to the heat, partly due to the tracks “warping”.

I’m competitive – and I feel that’s okay. Not competitive in a want-to-beat-everyone-at-everything way.

Is it better to use some of your pension savings to do work on the house – or put it on the mortgage? Carl Lamb of Almary Green responds.

Opinion: Nick Conrad wonders if our national fondness for dogs is sometimes at the expense of others.

It doesn’t always hold true that bigger is better.

Opinion: The Amazon Reef is one of the natural wonders of the world - and that’s why the oil companies must be told to keep away, says Aidan Semmens

Opinion: The Grenfell Tower disaster has exposed the glaring inequalities in our society in the most tragic fashion, says Aidan Semmens.

Beer is good for you, claim the experts. 
I’ll drink to that, says Andy Newman.

Westminster Bridge, the Manchester Arena, Borough Market, Grenfall Tower and now Finsbury Park.

In nearly two decades of journalism few stories have been as heartbreaking to read and cover as the brutal murder of Kerri McAuley.

The Dean of Norwich Cathedral, this year’s Royal Norfolk Show figurehead, explains her commitment to mental health and the county’s diverse communities. Tony Wenham reports.

I read an interview with Kirk Douglas at the weekend.

It is convenient for the world to be drawn in straight lines. It is convenient to illustrate reality with rectangles and squares – they can be folded and snapped, measured and categorised, and they fit into neat boxes. It must be inconvenient to find a curve, a bent line in a straight world. I am delightfully inconvenient: I am bent.

There’s never been more coffee shops - but the trend runs deeper than that, says Sharon Griffiths

My friend Jane has a sporty soft-top car and often gives me a lift to and from work. I like 
to wave at my neighbours as we drive by.

We should treasure the people we love - not bucket lists, says Sharon Griffiths

Fortress H: In retirement, Neil Haverson is even being allowed to go on solo trips to buy his own clothes. Yes, really..

Whether it’s euros, dollars, colons or even your dong... the pound’s fragility, made worse by post-election uncertainty, means heading abroad this summer is likely to be expensive, writes Martin Lewis.

Election uncertainty has this reader worried about the possibility of his share portfolio losing value. Carl Lamb of Almary Green offers his advice.

Unfriendly Norfolk and Suffolk? Not a bit of it, if Nick Conrad’s experiences are anything to go by.

Jo Cox’s legacy is still struggling to reach the bullies and the angry of our society.

Opinion: Do we really value our dairy farmers enough?, asks David Clayton.

There needs be more dancing in the world.

Birthdays are brilliant, but why do they have 
to involve cake? asks Jo Malone

The 2017 General Election showed how first-past-the-post voting just isn’t fit for purpose any more, says Aidan Semmens.

What is life for? Living? Eating? Staring into a glass? Some people live for work, until they realise, all too often too late in the day, that work doesn’t care.

Opinion: It’s all about ‘me, me, me’ these days. Paul Barnes isn’t impressed.

In the first few months of 2017, there seems to have been an odd resurgence of media that was popular in previous decades.

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