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March 22 to April 23 spans the Great British Spring Clean and that means a community clear up on a national scale.

It’s been another tough week for Theresa May - Iain Dale says she’s now turned the country into a complete joke

If you searched for “10 of the most beautiful places in Britain you’ve never heard of” on Google, Norwich would probably appear on your search results.

Are we guilty of conditioning our children to accept careers that fit their genders? Rachel Moore says we have to stop

Did you used to love watching a sport for free on TV? David Clayton feels sad that so much of it, including his beloved Formula One, is n longer attracting a growing national TV audience

James Marston says usually the people know best and that’s especially apt when it comes to Brexit

Spring equinox falls on Thursday, with a full supermoon making an appearance...our columnist reveals more about the phenomenon.

Do little children really need their grandma to offer them advice for a lifetime - or would they rather she gave them an ice-cream?

“The world is rapidly running out of food … In fact, the battle to feed humanity is already lost, in the sense that we will not be able to prevent large-scale famines in the next decade or so.”

Are you turning into your mother (or your father)? A new survey reveals the age when you can expect to start behaving like your Mum or Dad and what the tell-tale signs are that you’re already halfway there

The two most famous Dallas storylines were the shooting of JR and Bobby’s much-mocked shower scene. Nick Richards and Judy Rimmer recall the glossy soap’s top turning-points.

It’s hard to believe that Patrick Duffy, who played Dallas heart-throb Bobby, is now 70. It’s time to look back at the glossy soap and the lessons it taught us.

Keith Skipper explores the secrets only Norfolk people know

Was the job of ‘town crier’ a good one? And do we still need them now? Derek James on a new book exploring the job’s fascinating history...

The world isn’t always safe, especially not for women, but that doesn’t mean we should fear exploring it, says Emily Cotton - plus the 11 destinations voted best for female solo travel

If you want a congestion charge in Norwich fine... but you must improve public transport and make the Park & Ride free, says Nick Conrad

Politicians often fail to keep promises - but those who set targets and stick to them command plenty of respect, says Iain Dale

Rachel Moore is a regular user of the Acle Straight, but often she sits in a queue of traffic watching almost empty trains travel between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. Give her a better way to get to Yarmouth and she’d ditch the car.

In case you have missed it, this week is National Butchers’ Week, which aims to ‘highlight the great 
work being done by butchers from around the UK that sets them apart from the competition’.

Toad in the hole, Shepherd’s Pie, Cumberland sausage. Why don’t we celebrate our traditional dishes more? asks James Marston

In August 2016, I wrote an In My View article about my love of Norwich; about the pride I carry in my heart for this beautiful city and the many famous people and the numerous firsts it is renowned for; from trialling the postcode system to being named Unesco City of Literature.

They say two heads are better than one but what do you do when even two heads are no good? Google, of course.

Imagine going into a supermarket and seeing a yummy looking jam doughnut but not being able to buy it because you have a really tight budget for food and it doesn’t run to any extras or treats.

Nothing annoys Keith Skipper more than drivers who use their mobiles at the wheel. Despite being a non-driver he hopes the next generation of road users won’t be so stupid

March 8 was International Women’s Day (IWD)... and today is the 60th birthday of the incredible Barbie, who made her debut at the American Toy Fair in New York.

Sometimes it feels good to say what you really think, says Nick Richards, even if it is verbally abusing an OAP

I have a friend who is bringing up two daughters on her own, while also working, shopping, and dealing with all of the daily dramas of family life.

New research has revealed that there are now more than 1000 ISA millionaires in Britain, says Peter Sharkey.

There’s so much to celebrate on International Women’s Day this year, but we’ve still got a way to go, says Emily Cotton.

Do you regret going to university when you could have had three or four years of on-the-job training? Nick Conrad thinks the appeal of doing a degree is seriously dwindling

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