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When we reached our teens, what were the things we most wanted to do?

Norfolk teenager Liesl Hammer, who has cerebral palsy, writes about what it’s like to attend Latitude Festival as a wheelchair user.

Will they or won’t they? A day at the theme park can turn into quite a testing day, writes Jo Malone

School is out. And the reports on each party are due.

Editor David Powles explains the story behind the first ever Norfolk Day.

Are there some faint glimmers of hope for the future of Anglia Square? The current massive and grossly over-dense and poorly-designed proposal from Weston Homes has been met with overwhelming opposition, with 298 of those formally commenting opposing it and just 55 in support.

Jamie Brown of Archant’s Local Impact explains why search engine optimisation could be the tool you didn’t know you needed.

World Cup: over. Now we can reflect on what we’ve learned.

“I assume if any members of the EDP team are ever in need of medical attention then you won’t call for an ambulance or use the NHS.”

New sign technology, being trialled in Norfolk, to shame drivers using hand-held phones cheered up motoring editor Andy Russell after he diced with a mobile phone menance on a busy dual-carriageway.

Recently my inbox has been crammed with emails relating to local bus services.

Richard Aldous, head of residential development sales for Savills in Norfolk, takes stock of the current new homes market.

For most landlords, letting a property involves allowing complete strangers access to their most valuable asset. Put like that it sounds scary – which is why tenant referencing is such an important part of the letting process. Rebecca Leggett, from Arnolds Keys, explains why.

What does a five star rating really mean when you are choosing a new homes developer? Alison Page, from David Wilson Homes, discusses.

I started to think my singing was getting better, but had to think again, writes Jo Malone

The showdown was a long time coming. For too long our government has been fractured and divided.

Sometimes I despair for the mistakes of my generation of parents.

Shouting, confusion, delight and tears - it can only be the World Cup, writes Jo Malone

The tax relief available to landlords has changed a lot in recent times, many would say for the worse with the scrapping of the ‘Wear and Tear Allowance’ on fully furnished properties and the restriction of mortgage interest relief. Jon Hook, managing director of Norwich Accountancy Services, discusses.

Sharing knowledge with one’s grandchildren is one of the joys of being a grandparent but be careful what you tell them – things keep changing and where you used to be right, you may now be wrong.

‘Thousands owed to landlords and tenant deposits not secured as estate agency collapses.’

Recent reports have suggested a slowing of the housing market, with prices predicted by some to fall further over the coming months. But this trend is largely influenced by the London market and may mask what is happening in the rest of the country. Edward Parker, managing director of Bennett Homes, discusses.

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has won promotion amid the chaos of this week’s government resignations. Here Political Editor RICHARD PORRITT profiles a rising star in the Tory ranks

Lynne watches her grandson star in the school play.

It’s coming home, it’s coming home...

Theresa May faces a critical 24 hours after her Brexit secretary sensationally quit over the plans for how the UK will leave the European Union.

Steve Downes talks football, Brexit and national pride.

Timing is everything. And when the World Cup is on, the sun is shining, and the barbecue is out, it’s the perfect time for a beer.

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