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Rachel Moore says support Children In Need by all means - but shouldn’t the welfare state be putting their cash forward instead?

David Clayton has been tempted to buy a Dalek, probably as he is from the generation that saw the very first Doctor Who 55 years ago this month

Today, thousands of people with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes will be remembering their Date of Diagnosis; the day their life changed irrevocably.

As support continues to gather for Iceland stores’ banned Christmas ad, Lynne Mortimer looks at how it measures up to other banned and complained-about TV commercials over the years

James is feeling older than normal this week after watching the Remembrance commemorations with his father

Lynne Mortimer is rapidly reaching the age when some people feel they have to talk down to her. She pleads for equal treatment.

Prince Charles is celebrating his 70th birthday... but what to give him? Lynne Mortimer thinks East Anglia has the answer.

There’s plenty of hot air when it comes to talking about the weather. Keith Skipper asks why we’re so keen to talk in such riddles about something so simple

Sharon Griffiths says young children must get vaccinated against measles as the viral illness is on the rise

If practice makes perfect, my school friends and I should’ve been Premier League footballers.

A century since the guns fell silent on the Western Front, we will gather to remember them.

The recently published review into the murder of Kerri McAuley highlights the urgent work that still needs to be done to tackle domestic abuse.

This isn’t something I’m proud to admit to thousands of readers, but for the first time ever I took part in a council consultation this week.

Tom Amis of Savills’ Norwich-based new homes team reflects on the market.

Natalie Briggs, conveyancing executive at Spire Solicitors LLP, takes a look at the stamp duty implications when purchasing a property with an annexe.

Are you renting out a room of your house? Tax expert Jon Hook, from Norwich Accountancy Services, discusses ‘rent a room relief.’

As Remembrance Sunday nears, Nick Conrad says it’s time Norfolk honoured the heroes of Dunkirk

The Brexit endgame is in sight – perhaps.

Chasing my children around with a mouldy pumpkin seemed a good idea at the time, writes Jo Malone

Doctors have suggested it could be the sign of a personality disorder, sociopathy or narcissism, psychologists that it might be why people never get a second date - is being rude to serving staff is a deal breaker, a red flag and a window to the kind of person you really are?

How are new homes being built to reflect our changing lifestyles? Edward Parker from Bennett Homes, discusses.

How will the rental sector be affected by the impact of last week’s budget? Mike White, from Martin & Co in Norwich discusses.

Another victory for the online trolls sees a respected food writer out of a job which is a real shame, says Andy Newman

What could be worse in this social media age than a crowd filming a man having a heart attack? Not much, says Rachel Moore

It’s true, folks, four-fifths of the Spice girls are reunited for a six-date stadium tour. But can they recreate the excitement of their first incarnation?

Repeat after me: how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood. Nowm say it faster...

Understanding the First World War will become easier for future generations due to the advance in technology, says Broadland MP Keith Simpson

Jason Butler of NW Brown looks at Primark owner Associated British Foods, and explains why the retailer’s new strategy will be crucial for the group.

Lynne spends two nights with baby Herbie in her bed

With more university students writing their exams on lap tops, will the barely legible handwritten paper become a thing of the past? Lynne Mortimer hopes not.

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