Keith Skipper remembers the last time the authorities tried to sort out traffic congestion. It didn't work then either
Steven Downes says it is a disgrace in 2019 that people in Norfolk are so often struggling to find a toilet. And there should be far more loos for women especially, he says
Crying in politics is a good sign, says Liz Nice. And no, it's not about weakness
Editor David Powles is sick of the sight of rubbish littering Norfolk's roadsides.
Few 30 year-olds enjoy Jordan Rogers' luck, says financial adviser Peter Sharkey.
Nick Conrad pays tribute to the fighting spirit of Simon Thomas, who is raising funds into research into the type of cancer that took his wife Gemma's life
Running a chain of restaurants isn't easy, even if you're a famous chef, says Iain Dale
It's the most British thing to do on a Sunday morning. Its free, outdoors and quite addictive. Nick Richards enters the weird world of the car boot sale
Some people won't pay more than £10 on a bottle of wine. Andy Newman says, if you love your wine, you'll happily spend £50 on a single glass
Our grandparents would turn in their graves if they knew we weren't voting in an election, says Rachel Moore, who urges you to vote in the European elections
Our ethics expert, Robin Herne, from West Suffolk College, considers a reader's concern that Jeremy Kyle has been made a scapegoat...
Our food and drink editor says the way we eat out is changing, and it's small, local businesses who can adapt and lead the way.
Is throwing a milkshake at a politician a right to protest or a selfish affront to democracy? James Marston thinks it's the latter
Liz Nice is a huge Line of Duty fan. But she isn't so keen on a crime drama when it happens to be her own...
Is hoarding greetings cards a known condition... or is it just me?
Presenteeism is a problem that is costing businesses a vast amount of cash every year. Rather than working while being ill, why not just do a better job of just being ill and cut out the working bit altogether?
Chris Starkie, chief executive of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership is delighted the Norwich in 90 campaign has reached a real milestone
Steven Downes says he has never been so in love with the beautiful game as he has been this season
France's state pension liabilities exceed those of the UK, says financial expert Peter Sharkey
Alisdair Liddle weighs up whether or not buy-to-let properties are still worthy investments.
Natalie Briggs from Spire Solicitors shares her top tips on why you should consider the boundaries of your property.
Love him or loathe him, there is no argument that Nigel Farage is now the figurehead of a slick-looking political party, says Iain Dale
While Norwich City won promotion to the Premier League, Norfolk's second biggest club are also celebrating. Nick Conrad says its time both sets of fans embraced each others teams
David Clayton is feeling the pressure to get out there and exercise after watching his granddaughter and others take part in the Pretty Muddy Race for Life last weekend
Rachel Moore says our children are in danger of being arrogant little Englanders if they don't learn to be more like Greta
I never really understood the attraction of the Jeremy Kyle show or why anybody went on it.
The Jeremy Kyle Show has been axed by ITV after the death of a guest who took part in the programme - but was it the right decision to axe the show that was born in Norwich?
Paul Barnes was inspired when he saw Sir Ian McKellen in Norwich recently. It made him think that being an octagenarian was in fact the perfect age to be
Why is it that people standing at bus stops wait until the bus arrives and they are about to board before they start to rummage in their bags to try and find their bus pass, money or ticket?
Editor David Powles reflects on a weekend that went wrong - but left him in no doubt about the brilliance of our NHS.
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