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Learner driver Danielle Lett questions why the government has decided not to extend passed theory tests during the pandemic.

There’s a lot of rebooting, rebranding and reinventing going on to salvage something worthwhile out of this virtual summer’s frantic local tourism campaign, writes our columnist.

Our columnist explores ways in which to age well.

The year was 1994 and I wasn’t even 10 years of age when I witnessed my first lesbian kiss during an episode of long-running soap opera, Brookside.

Lockdown has been extremely frustrating for all of us, to say the least.

Alisdair Liddle, partner at Spire Solicitors, explores an alternative to purchasing a buy-to-let property.

People have embraced video conferencing as the technology has delivered enormous benefits, says Peter Sharkey.

The hospitality industry was dealt a fresh blow over the weekend, with mutterings from the scientific community suggesting pubs and restaurants should close in September, enabling schools to re-open.

To say that taking the knee has lost its meaning, shows a lack of understanding for what it truly represents. This is a direct response to the opinion article by Michael Cole published by the EDP on August 1.

Helen McDermott is all for the Boris bonus for bikers, but says we need to think of those who can’t be part of the new clampdown on fitness

Former headmaster Brian Patrick forged a class act out of admiration for a Norfolk Victorian clergyman with a wonderfully dry sense of humour and utter distaste for time-wasting. Handy teaching and preaching tools in any age.

Face masks have become mandatory in shops, takeaways and cafes, having already been compulsory on public transport for a number of weeks.

Prime minister Boris Johnson has recently launched a crackdown on obesity - and ANDREW PAPWORTH thinks his wilingness to take personal responsibility makes this a powerful campaign.

Broadcaster and writer Michael Cole pulls no punches in a look at stories making the news

If you have had an offer accepted on your dream home, you may be wondering what you need to do next. Julie Crowder-Barr from Spire Solicitors explains how the conveyancing process works.

Low interest rates, available lending and an active market means there’s never been a better time to move, says Jamie Minors.

UK experiences motorhome shortage as staycationers flock to campsites, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

Norfolk-based psychotherapist Julie de Rohan says a drive to reduce UK obesity rates is a big mistake

Food-loving Andy Newman says the issue of people booking a table at a restaurant and then not turning up has never been a bigger concern for the food industry

If you’ve decided against a foreign holiday this year in favour of pumping money into the UK economy, you’re totally vindicated, says Rachel Moore

James Marston says its time to look forward as we emerge from lockdown

Bosses at Greater Anglian and Network Rail have given their final update on services during lockdown – explaining how trains are now running normally again and how they are prepared for an increase in the number of passengers.

Nick Richards says if we regarded the BBC as just another streaming services, there would be millions of TV viewers who wouldn’t pay for it

So many children have faced major disruption to their young lives over the past six months that it’s up to the adults in their lives to give them a blast over the next few weeks, says Christine Webber

Keith Skipper is never happier than when he’s watching cricket. Here’s why...

Parents are stepping in to help loved ones – and boost their own finances too, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

No kids by the time you hit 30? You should be celebrating rather than thinking that you’re missing out, says Rachel Moore

Runners can get a refund from the cancelled Run Norwich 2020. But Nick Richards says you’ll do far more good if you waive your £25 fee

James Marston doesn’t agree with free TV licences for over-75s. Instead he suggests simply avoiding BBC channels and watching something else

Editor David Powles looks at what might be next if Norfolk and Suffolk is to reduce the negative impact of the coronavirus.

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