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Dutch trend for doing nothing doesn’t make sense to our columnist

CPS this week shocked pensioners by calling pension triple lock an “engine of unfairness”, says Peter Sharkey.

Leeway’s chief executive Mandy Proctor looks at the impact Covid has had on those experiencing domestic abuse and looks ahead to the additional pressures that the festive period may bring

Our columnist says UK Coffee Week is the perfect opportunity

Pope Francis has hit the headlines today after indicating his support for same-sex civil unions. East Anglian-based Church of England priest James Marston reflects on what this might mean.

You may not be looking forward to half term - but the kids certainly are says our columnist

That was quite a game against Rotherham. A win is always a win. The lads kept going, well done. But they were disjointed and second best tactically, most of the game.

Have you kept up the exercise regime you started during lockdown?

Our columnist says the work of artists is everywhere in our daily life

The nights are drawing in, but this will be harder winter than normal says Keith Skipper

John Lydon and Fred Dibnah charmed our columnist

City travel to Yorkshire to play Rotherham United this weekend, a fixture that is close to my heart.

Decca famously rejected The Beatles, says finance expert Peter Sharkey, as he looks at some famous mis-calculations...

I’m not a fan of selling our talented younger players. I was sad to see Ben Godfrey and Jamal Lewis join the ranks of James Maddison, the Murphy twins and Alex Pritchard, but in Todd Cantwell’s case I would find a sale more palatable.

Journalism student Danielle Champ says we should all exercise vigilance when it comes to the subject of drug usage, especially in these current times

It’s supposed to be the best time of their lives, but it has become the worst

Dr Jan Sheldon, chief executive of St Martins Housing Trust, says we shouldn’t define any person by where they sleep

We’ve already seen big changes in the 2020s - and we’re only a few months in

Our parenting columnist says nobody is talking about the pressure lockdown brings on new mums

Are you talking with your hands more or less while wearing a face mask?

As the EDP celebrates its 150th birthday, Keith Skipper looks back on his relationship with the paper

It is said that this is a transitional period for Norwich City but we have only sold Jamal Lewis and Ben Godfrey from the last promotion team and have strengthened everywhere.

After five marathons our Second Half columnist says he’s never doing another

The age at which we become entitled to receive a state pension will continue to rise, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

It sells millions of copies in the UK so why not inspire gamers in places like King’s Lynn?

Some bread served at takeaway restaurants should be classed as confectionary says our columnist

Do we take the Norfolk Broads for granted? Our columnist says we should celebrate them more

Dr Henry Mannings, founder of the Great Ellingham-based charity Hey Jude offers his take on how to deal with coronavirus

How do you know when you’ve hit middle age? Our columnist has some clues

The WI’s Elizabeth Barker, Norfolk Federation Trustee and chair of the Public Affairs Committee, on their current campaign

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