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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.


Budgies need home together

06 July 2024
Budgies need home together

Budgies need home together

06 July 2024

Here is our weekly Paws For Thought column, written by staff at the RSPCA Rehoming Centre.


Coastal trips and art exhibition are among my suggested summer outings, columnist says

05 July 2024
Coastal trips and art exhibition are among my suggested summer outings, columnist says

Coastal trips and art exhibition are among my suggested summer outings, columnist says

05 July 2024

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


Candidates aren’t taking climate change seriously, writes columnist

02 July 2024
Candidates aren’t taking climate change seriously, writes columnist

Candidates aren’t taking climate change seriously, writes columnist

02 July 2024

In his weekly Turnstone column, Hunstanton writer John Maiden discusses politics, strike action and a town carnival…

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Wildflowers look beautiful and attract bees

01 July 2024
Wildflowers look beautiful and attract bees

Wildflowers look beautiful and attract bees

01 July 2024

In his weekly column, Gayton-based gardener Jamie Marsh discuesses the benefits of growing wildflowers…


Town still has relationship with its French twin - says columnist

01 July 2024
Town still has relationship with its French twin - says columnist

Town still has relationship with its French twin - says columnist

01 July 2024

In his weekly column, Fakenham writer Jim Harding discusses Fakenham’s relationship with its French twin town Olivet…


Is it too much to ask for the price and ingredients on beer labels, asks columnist?

30 June 2024
Is it too much to ask for the price and ingredients on beer labels, asks columnist?

Is it too much to ask for the price and ingredients on beer labels, asks columnist?

30 June 2024

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle discusses his wish for an ingredients list to be added to beer…


Fussy Fern needs a home

29 June 2024
Fussy Fern needs a home

Fussy Fern needs a home

29 June 2024

In our weekly Paws for Thought column, we shine a spotlight on Fern who is staying at RSPCA’s Eau Brink Centre…


Two brilliant festivals set to get under way

28 June 2024
Two brilliant festivals set to get under way

Two brilliant festivals set to get under way

28 June 2024

One of the most popular and successful live open-air music festivals starts tomorrow as Festival Too kicks off with great entertainment.


Symphony orchestra’s summer concert was a ‘fine season finale’ - review

26 June 2024
Symphony orchestra’s summer concert was a ‘fine season finale’ - review

Symphony orchestra’s summer concert was a ‘fine season finale’ - review

26 June 2024

Reviewer Andy Tyler shares his thoughts on the Norfolk Symphony Orchestra’s recent concert...


Another day out in London

23 June 2024
Another day out in London

Another day out in London

23 June 2024

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle tells us about a trip to the capital.


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