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I often refer to the advertising portals as the ‘Tinder’ of the property marketing world, this is of course tongue in cheek, but the principles are the same, writes Kate Mamo-Lewis, from Attik Property Services.

My favourite story of the week appeared on the front of yesterday’s Evening News and is a perfect example of what I think is one of our key duties as journalists in this wonderful city.

Whatever we do we can’t seem to get to school on time, writes Jo Malone

Is it time to discourage second-homers, asks Nick Conrad. Easier said than done...

Political parties have always sought to influence the public.

It’s not being a bad parent to get your teenager to do housework, says Rachel Moore.

Paying for long-term care when we’re old is something none of us likes to think about. But we should, says Rachel Moore.

Is the internet destroying reasoned debate? David Clayton worries that it might be doing exactly that...

It’s time for the Government to make good its promises on tackling domestic abuse, says Mandy Proctor.

Emma Gunton of HR and talent specialists Waddington Brown explains why businesses need to have a good understanding of the millennial employee, which by 2020 will make up 50% of the UK workforce.

Young and old needn’t live on different planets, says Pete Kelley.

Together with the arrival of small bunches of daffodils, early spring also yields a flurry of government spending reviews, growth forecasts and other estimates of future economic activity, many of which will be ‘amended’ (such a helpful euphemism) before the end of the year.

Louis de Soissons, head of Savills Norwich residential team, explains why spring is so special. When I started out in the estate agency business just over 30 years ago, Easter was a key date in the diary.

Jason Butler of NW Brown shares his thoughts on Marks and Spencer’s latest set of results.

What difference does it really make if you buy freehold or leasehold? Rebecca Leeman, a chartered legal executive at Spire Solicitors LLP, goes into the fine detail.

Our lives are dominated by pressing buttons - but beware a trigger happy keyboard finger

Sharon Griffiths witnesses a heart-warming episode of kindness on a crowded train.

Biddy Collyer recalls how the ‘Beast from the East’ brought the homelessness problem into sharp focus.

Could high heels have had their day? About time, says Sharon Griffiths.

Irrelevance to teenage life. Lack of teaching in schools. No policies for young people.

Never mind football having video replays - what about married couples?, asks Neil Haverson.

I’ve never yearned to be famous. I would hate to be unable to live my life without being gawped at or approached by people.

In her latest column on parenting issues VICKI COCKERILL, from Dereham, looks at supermarket parking and the so-called Entitled Mummy Club...

Less than a year ago very few people believed Jeremy Corbyn had a shot at becoming prime minister.

Hands-up who enjoys March in England? No, me neither and nor do most property manager as we deal with fences being blown down, boilers conking out, roofs mysteriously springing leaks and so on, writes Mike White of Martin & Co in Norwich.

Britain should be seizing the chance to lead the world in plastic-free packaging, says Nick Conrad.

Rachel Moore on the noise nuisance in cinema...

Paul Barnes reflects on how a long tradition of British comedy has ended with the passing of Sir Ken Dodd.

It’s time we rediscovered a make-do-and-mend approach to life, says Rachel Moore. Otherwise it’s eco-disaster for all of us.

The Chinese takeaway is the latest food to meet the wrath of food lobbyists - but they are missing the point, says Andy Newman.

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