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Opinion: If the Manchester bombings teach us anything, it’s that the beauty of the human spirit will always triumph over evil, says Rachel Moore

So it is election time once again, where the leaders of our political parties are battling for their ideas and policies to get a hearing.

Opinion: A meeting tonight will look at an issue far more important than any election, says Aidan Semmens.

The Top 100 list is a snapshot of a resilient regional economy in Norfolk and Suffolk, writes Andy Grimbly, Norwich senior partner at PwC.

The annual ranking of Norfolk and Suffolk’s Top 100 companies shows a construction and property sector in rude health, writes James Allen, senior partner at Roche Chartered Surveyors.

The Top 100 list shows the stability in the region – but the next step must be to attract major players to move to Norfolk and Suffolk, writes James Hunter of Mills & Reeve.

Manchester has a swagger some outsiders mistake for arrogance.

I was talking to my friend in New York on Saturday morning. And then it struck me. I was talking to my friend in New York and it was Saturday morning!

While it is impossible to say exactly how many people are self-harming in the United Kingdom, the estimated numbers - one in 10 young people aged between 11 and 16 - are frightening.

Opinion: Why both Labour and the Tories should be having jangling nerves, says Chris Moncrieff.

Opinion: Robots and automation will sweep away many of today’s jobs. So why aren’t our schools reflecting that, says Sharon Griffths.

For many months now, as I have walked or driven around Norwich and the surrounding areas, seeing our beloved city being dug up beyond all recognition, there has arisen a question which has been reverberating around my mind; a question that I still can find no answer for.

What is this new generation we are rearing

Opinion: Sharon Griffiths is at one with Richard Dawkins - life’s too short to waste time matching socks.

Q. I lost a son earlier this year, aged 62, seven months after he lost his wife.

It’s time for all-change in our attitude to baby-changing facilities, says Nick Conrad.

Summer’s coming, and sadly shorts often have smaller pockets than trousers, says Money Saving Expert founder Martin Lewis.

I speculated a couple of weeks ago that Mrs H was allowing me a retirement honeymoon period. Well, if she is, I think it may be coming to an end. Since then she has upped the ante on one of her pre-retirement mantras.

Opinion: Young children and weddings don’t mix, so why do we insist they do, asks Rachel Moore.

Opinion: As the pager joins ‘yesterday’s technology’, David Clayton recalls how his went on an unexpected journey...

It seems that, in life, just as you think you are getting over one thing, another spanner gets thrown into the works. First it was the Scottish referendum, then Brexit, then Trump, then Kim Jong whatever he’s called. Now it’s cyber-attacks, which are being described as a “wake up call”.

My younger son gave me some advice this week.

‘Twibel’ case underlines the need for every business to get to grips with social media, writes Michael Frape of Ashtons Legal.

Cashing in on farming’s public image can bring new opportunities for diversified rural ventures, says MICHAEL MACK, a Norwich-based farm and business management consultant with Savills, and managing agent for the National Farmers’ Retail and Markets Association (Farma).

She loved every minute of her first school residential, but I’m not so sure about Keola’s next plan, says Jo Malone.

I have in mind a new celebrity reality show, writes Lynne Mortimer. It’s sort of Through the Keyhole-cum-Car Booty in which celebrities are forced to clear out their garages because, let’s face it, most garages are little more than spacious cupboards.

A nice young girl from Dickleburgh, Asked her new boyfriend to tickle ‘er... and so begins a classic unfinished limerick challenge. Lynne Mortimer celebrates the nonsense poet Edward Lear and his shorter works.

New mothers must ignore claims about how babies should sleep. It could be a matter of life and death, says Sharon Griffiths.

Opinion: UKIP’s tactical voting plea to defeat Norman Lamb in North Norfolk is a disgrace, says Steven Downes.

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