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Future of long-established breweries seems uncertain

21 July 2024
Future of long-established breweries seems uncertain

Future of long-established breweries seems uncertain

21 July 2024

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle discusses a worrying time for the beer industry.


These ‘troubled times’ remind me more and more of 1950s, says columnist

21 July 2024
These ‘troubled times’ remind me more and more of 1950s, says columnist

These ‘troubled times’ remind me more and more of 1950s, says columnist

21 July 2024

In his weekly Turnstone column, Hunstanton writer John Maiden discusses MPs’ oath of allegiance and the air forces …


‘We must defend the essence of our democracy’

21 July 2024
‘We must defend the essence of our democracy’

‘We must defend the essence of our democracy’

21 July 2024

In his weekly column, MP James Wild discusses the business of Parliament.


When is it best to water plants and seedlings?

21 July 2024
When is it best to water plants and seedlings?

When is it best to water plants and seedlings?

21 July 2024

In his weekly column, Gayton-based gardener Jamie Marsh discusses the best time to water your seedlings and plants…


Brood of chickens looking for forever home

20 July 2024
Brood of chickens looking for forever home

Brood of chickens looking for forever home

20 July 2024

In their latest Paws For Thought column the RSPCA rehoming centre at Eau Brink looks to find a family for a brood of chickens.


Hospital recognised as one of top 10 most improved NHS trusts at reducing urgent and emergency care waiting times

20 July 2024
Hospital recognised as one of top 10 most improved NHS trusts at reducing urgent and emergency care waiting times

Hospital recognised as one of top 10 most improved NHS trusts at reducing urgent and emergency care waiting times

20 July 2024

In her monthly Ward Round column, hospital CEO Alice Webster reflects on another busy month.

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‘How many will never learn now?’: Columnist on lack of school swimming pools

20 July 2024
‘How many will never learn now?’: Columnist on lack of school swimming pools

‘How many will never learn now?’: Columnist on lack of school swimming pools

20 July 2024

In this week’s column, Fakenham writer Jim Harding discusses the loss of swimming pools and a walk to spot wildlife by the river…


Politics, festivals and football

20 July 2024
Politics, festivals and football

Politics, festivals and football

20 July 2024

It’s independent councillor Jo Rust’s turn to write our weekly Friday Politics column.

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Sunday School during the late Victorian period

20 July 2024
Sunday School during the late Victorian period

Sunday School during the late Victorian period

20 July 2024

In the fortnightly Picture This feature, Lynn Museum Newman curator Dayna Woolbright looks at pictures of interest.


Concerts, quiz night and rail trips among upcoming events

19 July 2024
Concerts, quiz night and rail trips among upcoming events

Concerts, quiz night and rail trips among upcoming events

19 July 2024

In his weekly That’s Entertainment column, Andy Tyler takes a look at the local arts scene.


A crawl through city’s brewing past

14 July 2024
A crawl through city’s brewing past

A crawl through city’s brewing past

14 July 2024

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle discusses a fun tour of a fine city’s pubs.


‘Our democracy is looking a little dodgy’

14 July 2024
‘Our democracy is looking a little dodgy’

‘Our democracy is looking a little dodgy’

14 July 2024

In the first Friday Politics column since the General Election, local Liberal Democrat leader Rob Colwell reflects on the events of last Thursday.

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Pruning leaves is easy way to encourage plant to produce more flowers and fruit

14 July 2024
Pruning leaves is easy way to encourage plant to produce more flowers and fruit

Pruning leaves is easy way to encourage plant to produce more flowers and fruit

14 July 2024

In his weekly column, Gayton-based gardener Jamie Marsh discusses the benefits of squash pruning…


Shy but affectionate Max needs a forever home

14 July 2024
Shy but affectionate Max needs a forever home

Shy but affectionate Max needs a forever home

14 July 2024

Here’s our weekly Paws For Thought feature by staff from the RSPCA rehoming centre…


Supermarket delivery drivers are so friendly, says columnist

14 July 2024
Supermarket delivery drivers are so friendly, says columnist

Supermarket delivery drivers are so friendly, says columnist

14 July 2024

Home deliveries, Wimbledon and Formula One are up for discussion by columnist Jim Harding this week.


A quick sleep, Festival Too and then back to work

13 July 2024
A quick sleep, Festival Too and then back to work

A quick sleep, Festival Too and then back to work

13 July 2024

In his first weekly column since the General Election, MP James Wild reflects on last week’s results.


Why can’t we have a more cheerful national anthem, with better words?

13 July 2024
Why can’t we have a more cheerful national anthem, with better words?

Why can’t we have a more cheerful national anthem, with better words?

13 July 2024

Football, theatre and the Monarchy are under discussion in this week’s Turnstone column, by John Maiden.


Belgian beers at regional meeting

07 July 2024
Belgian beers at regional meeting

Belgian beers at regional meeting

07 July 2024

In his weekly ‘The Barman’ column, columnist Jeff Hoyle discusses a meeting blurred by Belgian beer!

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Columnist discusses Wimbledon and his time teaching PE

07 July 2024
Columnist discusses Wimbledon and his time teaching PE

Columnist discusses Wimbledon and his time teaching PE

07 July 2024

Tennis comes under discussion in this week’s Wensum column…


Planting peas can be a challenge

07 July 2024
Planting peas can be a challenge

Planting peas can be a challenge

07 July 2024

Here’s the latest instalment of Jamie Marsh’s ‘Jamie’s Little Allotment’ column.


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