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The effects of Covid-19 on the high street have been catastrophic for the leisure and retail sectors, says Spire Solicitors’ Protima Sikdar-Wood.

Your property wealth could save you from working for an additional three years, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

Network Rail Anglia route director Ellie Burrows, and Greater Anglia managing director Jamie Burles thank passengers for only travelling by train when necessary during lockdown and explain some of the new measures they have in place at stations

If it’s one rule for Dominic Cummings and one for us, says Rachel Moore, then parents will just do what they feel with regards to sending children back to school

Living life in lockdown has given James Marston a new appreciation of nature

Norfolk writer and mother-of-three Ruth Davies says her instinct is to keep her children safe at home for now

Apart from a bit of German football, there isn’t much live sport on TV at the moment. Helen McDermott is in a dream world

Keith Skipper pays tribute to close friend Ian Prettyman who was well known in the Lowestoft area as a teacher and had a real love of music

What’s on editor Louisa Baldwin takes a look at what the future holds for the region’s theatres and music venues once lockdown is finally lifted.

As house prices tumble, first time buyers have a chance to get on the property ladder, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

I’ve been getting some weird emails recently.

Editor David Powles explains why we are asking for the support of our online readers.

Food fanatic Andy Newman thought it was April Fools Day when he heard a suggestion that a famous Norfolk event should go vegan - so he has a plan of his own

The strain on the NHS caused by coronavirus has left many outpatients without medical care or diseases undiagnosed, says Rachel Moore

The Lady Dannatt MBE, HM Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk, says this a time we need focus on our children and ensure they have our love and support

Christine Webber says its so important to keep the brain engaged as we get older, especially of many of us are spending more time on their own

Rural romanticism sells well, but lets keep Norfolk a little bit special and not sell out, says one of the county’s biggest fans, Keith Skipper

I find myself with a column to write and an issue to address... and an uphill struggle to convince most readers that I’m talking sense. I know that. 
But please give me a chance because I’m pretty sure I can convince you that, when 
lockdown ends, you should start riding a motorbike.

In his latest column, Suffolk Constabulary chief constable STEVE JUPP praises the public’s efforts in adhering to lockdown restrictions - but says there is more work to be done yet.

The coronavirus outbreak is expected to force UK finances into a troubling position – but homeowners could be helped through equity release, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

Stephen Crocker, chief executive of Norwich Theatre, says support for mental health needs to be prioritised more than ever as we come out of this period of lockdown

Are you clear on what you now can and can’t do in the outside world? Rachel Moore is still confused

Nicky Gough from Lighthouse Mediation spends her life mediating with couples who are experiencing difficulties and going through divorce or separation proceedings. Here, Nicky offers some thoughts for any couples or families who are experiencing increased stress or conflict in this unprecedented situation

Watching the VE celebrations over the weekend made Rebecca MacNaughton uncomfortable – and it wasn’t JUST the parties.

We’re now free to explore anywhere in Norfolk as lockdown restrictions are eased, but we don’t all need to go to the coast, says Nick Richards

Columnist James Marston misses the unique feel of Sundays during this coronavirus crisis, in which it’s hard to tell which day is which

Pete Kelley says there are plenty of online resources to help senior people stay fit during the current times of restricted activities

Editor David Powles believes a sense of clarity has been lost in the last few days and the government needs to put that right.

The PM’s speech on Sunday night left everyone a bit befuddled. Luckily we all stayed alert and pointed out the bits he and his Government didn’t appear to have considered...

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