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The car button you should always switch on in a heatwave

The car button you should always switch on in a heatwave

The car button you should always switch on in a heatwave

11 August 2022

With motorists driving in sweltering temperatures, car experts say there is one tiny button in a vehicle that car owners should switch on.


Moo-ving story: How a cow kicked off my train journey

Moo-ving story: How a cow kicked off my train journey

Moo-ving story: How a cow kicked off my train journey

02 August 2022

In The Market columnist Rebekah Chilvers gets more than she bargained for on a delayed trip to London as strikes are the least of her worries.


Brexit blow for disabled travellers as AA issues Blue Badge warning

Brexit blow for disabled travellers as AA issues Blue Badge warning

Brexit blow for disabled travellers as AA issues Blue Badge warning

25 July 2022

Major holiday destinations, including France and Spain, are yet to decide if they accept UK Blue Badges which has prompted a warning from the AA.

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Airlines are told to cut summer disruption or face action

Airlines are told to cut summer disruption or face action

Airlines are told to cut summer disruption or face action

22 July 2022

With the school holidays just days away, airlines have been issued with a strongly-worded warning about summer cancellations.


9 strange rules and laws from around the world

9 strange rules and laws from around the world

9 strange rules and laws from around the world

08 July 2022

As visitors to one Italian resort are banned from wearing swimwear on the streets we look at some other unusual rules in place across the globe.


West Norfolk holidaymakers reassured on travel chaos

West Norfolk holidaymakers reassured on travel chaos

West Norfolk holidaymakers reassured on travel chaos

16 June 2022

The Lynn firms reports that disruption like cancelled flights has not put customers off, with plenty of summer 2022 bookings taken in the last week.


Car fuel costs at record high – time for more sustainable travel?

Car fuel costs at record high – time for more sustainable travel?

Car fuel costs at record high – time for more sustainable travel?

10 June 2022

Talk of The Town columnist Brendan Legrove, project champion, Active and Clean Connectivity, asks whether we can do things like cycling to work.


Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud warns ABTA

Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud warns ABTA

Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud warns ABTA

30 May 2022

Scammers are finding new ways to target holidaymakers as the demand for breaks and travel increases.


Can I get compensation if my Easter travel plans are disrupted?

Can I get compensation if my Easter travel plans are disrupted?

Can I get compensation if my Easter travel plans are disrupted?

06 April 2022

Cancelled flights and fully-booked ferry sailings are disrupting Easter travel plans but what can you do if your April break doesn't go as planned?


Flight of Fancy wants a Taylor-made blue plaque for Lynn

Flight of Fancy wants a Taylor-made blue plaque for Lynn

Flight of Fancy wants a Taylor-made blue plaque for Lynn

12 March 2022

Columnist Elaine Rix-Clark wants more mementoes for Queen's drummer, F1 driver Martin Brundle, Capt Vancouver and others with famous Lynn heritage.


Tracing the rise of renewables with the boss of The Solar Shed, Magdalen

Tracing the rise of renewables with the boss of The Solar Shed, Magdalen

Tracing the rise of renewables with the boss of The Solar Shed, Magdalen

26 February 2022

View from a Shed, written by Kevin Holland.


Flight of Fancy column – fun family friend is gone but not forgotten

Flight of Fancy column – fun family friend is gone but not forgotten

Flight of Fancy column – fun family friend is gone but not forgotten

13 February 2022

Marham air hostess Elaine Rix-Clark reveals her friend's father had many great sayings include one about drinks.


Flight of Fancy column – any chance of an upgrade?

Flight of Fancy column – any chance of an upgrade?

Flight of Fancy column – any chance of an upgrade?

15 January 2022

Like the January sales, air passengers want to bag a bargain and thus Elaine Rix-Clark lists the types who attempt to blag a free upgrade.


Flight of Fancy written by Elaine Rix-Clarke

Flight of Fancy written by Elaine Rix-Clarke

Flight of Fancy written by Elaine Rix-Clarke

10 December 2021

Our very own high-flying air hostess from Marham suggests it is time for a new way to travel.


Be aware of deer on the roads as clocks go back

Be aware of deer on the roads as clocks go back

Be aware of deer on the roads as clocks go back

29 October 2021

National Highways and the British Deer Society are warning drivers to be vigilant for deer on or near roads after the clocks go back this weekend.


Blue sky thinking or pie in the sky

Blue sky thinking or pie in the sky

Blue sky thinking or pie in the sky

26 October 2021

Letters: October 26, 2021


Tiny 28mph electric car to be sold in the UK

Tiny 28mph electric car to be sold in the UK

Tiny 28mph electric car to be sold in the UK

30 September 2021

The Citroen Ami, an electric car with a top speed of 28mph and which can be driven in France without a licence, is going to be sold in the UK.


Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

Drivers must 'cover or remove' GB car sticker

29 September 2021

For 111 years GB car stickers have been used to identify UK-registered vehicles in international traffic, but now the rules have changed.


Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

28 July 2021

Travellers are being reminded to check passports are valid following confusion with post-Brexit rules and the government's own passport checker.


Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

22 July 2021

The pandemic has knocked drivers' confidence on the road according to a new study which also found the most uncomfortable scenarios for motorists.


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