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Keith Skipper is helping to proudly keep the Norfolk dialect alive - and says we must all play our part in helping

Last week, Scandinavia proved that there was more to life than patterned jumpers, says Peter Sharkey, as its largest lender, Nordea Bank, revealed that it was launching a 20-year, fixed interest rate mortgage - with a 0% interest rate.

Nick Conrad can't understand the negative views over the helter skelter that recently appeared in Norwich Cathedral

Iain Dale says the rest of August is just a smokescreen for when the MPs are back on September 3 and the real countdown to Brexit starts again

It's frustrating to lose power or water, but if you can handle the hardship for a few hours, it makes you feel great, says David Clayton

Would you haggle in Homebase or barter in Boots? Rachel Moore thinks we should take advantage of the current state of Britain and question the cost of things with fixed prices

Norfolk-based therapist James Brittain explains how hypnotherapy can help the millions of people who want to quit smoking

James Marston says we should have greater awareness of one of our greatest English texts

Since my last column, there have been some major announcements from government in relation to policing but equally to the wider criminal justice picture. I thought it was important that I share with you from a Suffolk perspective what I know and what the way forward looks like.

Here is the uplifting story of a town that turned a sinkhole into a goldmine.

Despite the surname reeking blatantly of nautical adventure, I'm a poor sailor. A bumpy ride on Cromer lifeboat in the early 1990s convinced me I would still rather read about Treasure Island than visit it.

Revd Canon Andy Bryant, Canon for Mission and Pastoral Care at Norwich Cathedral says Seeing It Differently is a playful idea with serious intent

Norwich-based Christian Alexander Blackburn is worried that the slide in Norwich's Cathedral is just one big gimmick

As we all make the most of the warmer weather, Sian Carrel from Spire Solicitors reaveals her top tips for easing neighbourhood tensions.

Are you building your own home? Here, Ron Beattie shares his top tips to help you stick to your budget.

Investment doesn't have to be a frightening experience, says financial expert Peter Sharkey.

Frustrated homeowners in our coastal towns are dogged by day trippers parking outside their houses. But as Nick Conrad investigates, there isn't much they can do about it

Iain Dale says we don't need to look to the London airports when we travel abroad - there's a fine international airport right on our doorstep

Will the writers of this new show give us a satisfying conclusion, or leave us hanging?

Andy Newman says its time we really supported Norwich Market and stopped thinking that being a food snob is a bad thing

Apparently there's a national shortage of HRT medication, which Rachel Moore says is nothing short of a national disgrace

Silly season is a well known part of a journalist's calendar - stories that make the news seem a little light-hearted during the summer months, which is exactly what's going on in Westminster, says James Marston

Nobody wants to see a streaker these days, do they? Well, actually...

Catherine Rowett, Green Party MEP for the Eastern Region, says July's record-breaking temperatures are a big cause for concern

Broadcaster Paul Barnes looks back on 60 years since he passed his driving test and says the learning process continues even now behind the wheel

Summer visitors are welcome in Cromer, but there's a fine balance between encouraging and discouraging them, says Keith Skipper

TV viewing habits are changing as Chris McGuire points out. No longer are we stuck in our choices for now there are whole series we can watch all in one go

Just imagine if your son or daughter messaged to say they'd just seen a video of you having sex with an ex-partner.

Want to gain greater control? Making your own pension provision could be the answer, says financial expert Peter Sharkey.

Norfolk-based wellbeing consultant Sue Bayliss says we need to act sooner or later if we want to save our planet

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