Nature columnist says temperatures up to 40 degrees plus lack of rain have been a headache for farmers, gardeners and local wildlife.
The well-known local charity held Peak District activities that helped children meet other young adults who have experienced the death of a parent.
Apparently it's to do with the royal house of Hanover and a King George connection, explains our Bar Man columnist.
In the 1980s swapping roles with his wife to stay at home with children aged 6 and 2 while she returned to teaching science was a Lynn News story.
Columnist Turnstone meets a couple trying to work out where the station had been situated before its closure and demolition.
Local firms are hit by financial challenges: how to absorb rising operational costs without passing them to customers and risking losing business.
The flag flew high on a parade through town and the pattern was created by a professor at the University of Reading to highlight climate change.
The CEO has finished his five-year term and is positive about the local business community when passing on to his successor.
On The Beat column says West and Breckland districts saw fires break out in Ashill and Brancaster on July 19 and A11 closed due to the extreme heat.
Jeff Hoyle has been at many quiz venues and has good memories of one at the National Osteoporosis Society.
The local MP "had the pleasure of attending" the Lynn News-backed awards to celebrate the many achievements in education in West Norfolk.
John Maiden says the challenge now is for the town to identify those lost assets that are most worthy of being restored.
Our columnist Wensum attends the official opening of the school for children who have autism spectrum disorder and also visits a new art gallery.
It's time for Wine O'Clock as digital guru Giles Luckett chooses Chenin Blancs and a Chardonnay
Sarah Juggins points out too much sunshine and heat can be devastating for nature with meadows, lawns and verges being just brown, dead stalks.
The Westminster dispatches also discuss the Health Secretary's visit and loss of water in the Woottons and elsewhere.
Jenny says the same thing twice on tautology since she loves wordplay and watching 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown.
Jeff Hoyle gets to grips with all things pub in the garden of England.
The Ward Round column notes the new Secretary of State's son was born at the hospital and he officially opened a brand new £3m facility.
Sergeant Pepper and Abbey Road are on the list as well as South African Chenin Blanc.