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The Ward Round written by Queen Elizabeth Hospital's Professor Steve Barnett, chairman of the Trust.

The Ward Round written by Queen Elizabeth Hospital's Professor Steve Barnett, chairman of the Trust.

The Ward Round written by Queen Elizabeth Hospital's Professor Steve Barnett, chairman of the Trust.

24 November 2021

A monthly column looking at the campaign to Back Our Bid at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.


Sarah Juggins shares her home thoughts

Sarah Juggins shares her home thoughts

Sarah Juggins shares her home thoughts

23 November 2021

The column Washed Up discusses the challenges of the hospitality industry caused by Covid-19.


The growing need for reverse advent calendars at Christmas

The growing need for reverse advent calendars at Christmas

The growing need for reverse advent calendars at Christmas

23 November 2021

Reverse advent calendars are set to support a number of food banks with their preparations for Christmas but what are they and how do you make one?


It's a Dad's Life

It's a Dad's Life

It's a Dad's Life

22 November 2021

Neil Gayton writes his weekly column and he is pleased with some good reports.


All new buildings in England must add electric car charge points from 2022

All new buildings in England must add electric car charge points from 2022

All new buildings in England must add electric car charge points from 2022

22 November 2021

New homes, shops and work places, as well as buildings under going major renovation, will have to add electric car charge points from next year.


'Explosion proof' fan recalled due to explosion risk

'Explosion proof' fan recalled due to explosion risk

'Explosion proof' fan recalled due to explosion risk

22 November 2021

Product recall notice


Holding a phone for any reason while driving to be made illegal

Holding a phone for any reason while driving to be made illegal

Holding a phone for any reason while driving to be made illegal

19 November 2021

Drivers are to be banned completely from using mobile phones while driving, under a strengthening of the law the government has announced.


The Coastal Mummy, a monthly column from Burnham Market-based blogger

The Coastal Mummy, a monthly column from Burnham Market-based blogger

The Coastal Mummy, a monthly column from Burnham Market-based blogger

19 November 2021

Rebecca Fisher talks all things festive and the places to be this Christmas.


This week Beake Speaks gets nostalgic.

This week Beake Speaks gets nostalgic.

This week Beake Speaks gets nostalgic.

19 November 2021

Weekly columnist Jenny Beake says do you remember when ?


It's never too early for Christmas lights

It's never too early for Christmas lights

It's never too early for Christmas lights

19 November 2021

Christmas lights and decorating houses has started, some might say it is too early, what do you think?


The Bar Man reports that life is more fun a year on

The Bar Man reports that life is more fun a year on

The Bar Man reports that life is more fun a year on

19 November 2021

Jeff Hoyle says a year ago fireworks were cancelled, we were in or heading for lockdown, and vaccines were not yet available.


Early morning moon to glow red in partial lunar eclipse

Early morning moon to glow red in partial lunar eclipse

Early morning moon to glow red in partial lunar eclipse

18 November 2021

A partial lunar eclipse will cause a part of the moon early on Friday morning to glow a rusty shade of red and here's how you can try and see it:


Korean show hits the mark

Korean show hits the mark

Korean show hits the mark

16 November 2021

In this week's In The Market column, editor Mark Leslie gives his verdict on the South Korean drama watched by 111 million viewers around the world.


Bordeaux and where to find it at affordable prices

Bordeaux and where to find it at affordable prices

Bordeaux and where to find it at affordable prices

16 November 2021

Lynn News Wine O'Clock columnist Giles Luckett is back from sampling the best of 2019 at the annual Union des Grand Cru tasting in London.


Bus shelter plan for The Green would nibble away at Field in Trust

Bus shelter plan for The Green would nibble away at Field in Trust

Bus shelter plan for The Green would nibble away at Field in Trust

16 November 2021

John Maiden's Turnstone column says during COP26 he was emailed by Fields in Trust about their ParkXtinction campaign on endangered green spaces.


Remembrance service brings back memories of Bridge on the River Kwai visit

Remembrance service brings back memories of Bridge on the River Kwai visit

Remembrance service brings back memories of Bridge on the River Kwai visit

16 November 2021

Fakenham columnist Wensum chronicles the traditional parade along Norwich Street with the Last Post and Reveille played by members of the Town Band.


Personalised plate made famous by Disney among 2,500 on sale next month

Personalised plate made famous by Disney among 2,500 on sale next month

Personalised plate made famous by Disney among 2,500 on sale next month

15 November 2021

Around 2,500 personalised number plates will go on sale next month, including one combination made famous by Disney.


This is how much plastic and how much chocolate is really in your favourite selection box

This is how much plastic and how much chocolate is really in your favourite selection box

This is how much plastic and how much chocolate is really in your favourite selection box

15 November 2021

We investigate the best and worst selection boxes on offer for the amount of plastic waste in comparison to the chocolate inside.


Love West Norfolk columnist says she loves West Norfolk!

Love West Norfolk columnist says she loves West Norfolk!

Love West Norfolk columnist says she loves West Norfolk!

13 November 2021

Freebridge Community Housing Chief Executive Anita Jones says it's great to live and work here.


The Bar Man reporting on the local pub scene.

The Bar Man reporting on the local pub scene.

The Bar Man reporting on the local pub scene.

13 November 2021

Beer is the call of duty this week for Jeff Hoyle in his weekly column.


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