The Apprentice is back, but Chris McGuire says the show is now so dull and predictable...
This is going to be a very difficult column to write.
Keith Skipper says Norfolk is the perfect county for any kind of murder mystery thriller to be set in
Liz Nice's column about the 1950s born women trapped in pension limbo prompted a big response from readers. Here are some of the best letters we received...
Not everyone is aware of how much developers contribute to community facilities - but new legislation is about to change that, says Edward Parker of Bennett Homes.
Investors should beware promises of unusually high rental returns, says financial expert Peter Sharkey.
It may have started as a way of getting drivers to expand their meal choices, but the Michelin Guide - and Michelin stars do still matter in the food trade, says Andy Newman
Rachel Moore says sport shirts advertising crisps are nothing worried about compared to those promoting gambling
The heavens opened on James Marston as he was in church on Sunday - but the weekend deluge made him think more about the damage we're doing to the planet
Paul Barnes has drawn parallels between the current goings on in Westminster and a farcical comedy of the 1980s
After BackTo60's bid to get compensation for women affected by the changes to the pension age failed, Liz Nice feels something must still be done to bridge the gap for women now stuck in limboland
It's never too early to think about retirement, says financial columnist Peter Sharkey.
Keith Skipper shares memories of his old friend Dick Jeeves, who has died, aged 89
Nick Conrad's mum died in 1988 from complications following mumps. Here, he issues a plea to parents who may be being misinformed about vaccinations to consider the consequences of not having your children innoculated
East Anglian firms are at the forefront of a technological revolution - but where will it end?
Which camp are you in when your child leaves for university? Wail like a baby at the 'loss' of your child or give them a helping boot out the door? Rachel Moore says parents should be in the latter
Forget reality TV or the latest box set - there's far more drama on the television to be found in the House of Commons says David Clayton
Possibly because of his new role in the church, maybe because he's a decent chap but James Marston says he's never been keener to observe punctuality and good manners
What would you do if you were given 30 seconds in the company of Prime Minister Boris Johnson?
Have you noticed that under-30s in particular don't post on Facebook anymore? Nick Richards has and says the site is now favoured by a different generation
Death is inevitable, so why leave arranging your own funeral to someone else? Marianne Gibbs is glad she's taken care of her own funeral service already
I used to hate - really, viscerally hate - independent schools.
The age old rivalry between Cromer and Sheringham is being overlooked by Keith Skipper at the moment. Here, he explains why
I can pretty much predict the majority of reader comments every time I see an article online about veganism.
Cooks and investors should avoid risky outcomes wherever possible, says financial expert Peter Sharkey.
Why aren't more people willing to ditch their cars and cycle around East Anglia? Perhaps the disgusting behaviour of some cyclists is the real reason.
A trip to France has made Nick Conrad rethink how we drive - and park - in this country
Restaurants are closing all the time, but Andy Newman says they can survive, with three simple fixes
Inspired by the rise of Greta Thunberg and the climate change protests in Norwich last week, Rachel Moore says we can no longer underestimate the power of youth
Who loves a kipper in the morning? David Henshall does and, according to a couple of British supermarkets, we are tucking into them like in the good old days
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