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To be honest, the idea that there should have to be a campaign to ensure there is a commitment in schools to the compulsory teaching of sex and relationships, beggars belief.
They have names that conjure up images of new age workouts and badly thought out Transformers.
It’s finally happened. Although my children are only three and six, the magic of Father Christmas has been lost.
Ellen Widdup’s 2.4 Children
The removal van is here, it’s time to say goodbye.
It’s TV again which is the top subject in the dog world this week.
I admit it, I have an addiction.
Apparently it’s the start of spring this weekend.
That’s what my colleague Richard, in what we affectionately call the Felixstowe bureau of the East Anglian Daily Times, tells me – at least meteorologically speaking.
Now this week, dear readers, I have been in the strongroom.
You like Felixstowe, don’t you, James? – they like older people there.”
Protein shakes were once the domain of bodybuilders. But with a growing army of celebrity fans, they are now the convenience food of dieters too.
Gwyneth Paltrow apparently swears that consuming a whey protein shake a day helps her keep fit, lithe and beautiful.
Shocking new research has found that lack of exercise kills twice as many people as obesity.
It’s that time of year when the only thing that seems appealing is a warm blanket and a snuggle on the sofa.
East Anglia is unquestionably the friendliest, loveliest place on earth.
I was looking forward to taking up my invitation from touring theatre company Eastern Angles to be a guest at their seasonal, musical comedy show The Mystery of St Finnigan’s Elbow, in Woodbridge.
Parenting columnist Will Lodge looks at the new rules of etiquette he has to learn.
Parenting columnist Will Lodge looks at the issue of young love
Our new dad columnist Will Lodge wonders if he will ever be able to let go
Were you at any of the events or do you recognise any of the people in this week’s archive pictures?
More events featured in photographs have been remembered by our readers
I’ve good news to report this week.
You may not want to hear it, but it’s only right to warn you. The subliminal messages have begun.
If your experience of youth hostels begins and ends, as mine did until recently, with memories of teenage hikes across windswept moors, enforced kitchen chores and dormitory accommodation, you may be surprised to learn times have changed.
Sheena Grant’s Thrifty Living