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March 2 2015 Latest news:
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The current tax year draws to a close on 5 April, so start thinking about making the most of those annual tax-free allowances, says Norwich chartered accountants Lovewell Blake.
Our health columnist Dr Matt Piccaver, a GP based in East Anglia who has worked in many areas and specialities, tackles the frustrating common cold.
Attentive service and great food mark out this hotel as a “flagship” of Chris Coubrough’s Flying Kiwi Inns, says Angi Kennedy.
You don’t need to travel far for your hen party celebrations – Norfolk has everything you need for your perfect party, says Rachel Buller.
Love is in the air as James Hawkins of the Gold Ship at Diss shares the origins of Valentine’s Day romance.
William Bennett lived most of his life in Norfolk – apart from the terrible years of the First World War. A century on, his granddaughter has published his diaries, writes Rowan Mantell.
Viktor Wynd’s new book explores his mania for gathering unusual objects from around the world – and he keeps many of them at his home in north Norfolk, writes Keiron Pim.
Julia Hetherton, head chef at Swaffham’s renowned Strattons Hotel, loves food – from piccalilli sandwiches as a toddler to quail, pastry and peanut butter ice cream now.
Award-winning holiday home owners Caroline and Paul Mace share their experience of creating a beachside getaway fit for all seasons in Mundesley.
Ben Garrod, Norfolk Wildlife Trust ambassador, BBC presenter and evolutionary biologist falls under the spell of the crane.
Stash Kirkbride and Peter Beck understand more than most the importance of a thriving community theatre as a training ground for the arts. Having both started their acting and stage careers treading the boards at the Maddermarket Theatre in Norwich 25 years ago, they returned to take the helm as its joint creative directors with an ambitious vision.
Regenerate North Walsham has a simple plan – to transform the town into a thriving community where people want to live, work and play, explains Rachel Buller.
Michael Portillo comes to Norfolk this month to discuss what he terms a “life of two halves” – from politics to railway journeys, as he tells Keiron Pim.
Make the most of our marvellous Norfolk mussels says Mary Kemp, our award-winning food writer from East Harling.
Short, cold, dank, overcast days – how I love February! Still, think positive, at least there are only 28 days in the month and then the daffodils will be out and the days start to really lengthen.
With much of the perennial border dormant at this time of year, Bergenias with their rounded evergreen leaves add some architectural foliage interest to the garden. As the weather gets cooler, many varieties develop winter leaf colours of purple, red and bronze, providing a fabulous foil for grasses and early flowering bulbs.
A wedding date is just the motivation needed to get in shape. But where to start? Jo Malone looks at some of the options.