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It’s a debate I hadn’t ever thought about wading into, writes columnist Matt Gaw.
Despite the fact this is the final election before a vote is taken on the future of Trident in 2016, the mainstream political discourse is about nothing more than cheap name-calling and point-scoring.
The ideological machine that is meant to serve us has gone wrong and is tyrannising us, but that doesn’t mean we should boycott the ballot box
They say good – and bad - things come in threes. It’s a magic number after all. Buses, lions, wishes - they all come in threes, writes Ellen Widdup.
When I lived in London and travelled by Tube every day, my absolute favourite pastime was judging my fellow commuters on their choice of reading material.
Ellen Widdup’s 2.4 Children.
I am dog years ahead of my human person Matt.
As the sun blazes down to raise temperatures to the mid 20s, I am thinking about sport., says Abbie Hunter.
The question that has been perplexing me this week is why has there never been a Star Wars dog?
It can’t be May can it? I’m sure it was January just last week.
My goodness, by the time Saturday comes it’s all I can do not to lie down in a darkened room with a couple of slices of cucumber over my eyes and a bottle of Dubonnet, writes James Marston.
As we drive around the county, my plain-speaking-photographer friend Lucy and I spend a lot of time in the car.
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.
Now I am bi-gran... or maybe not. It makes me sound like a new breakfast cereal that’s good for you but tastes like shredded cardboard.
I promised myself I wouldn’t become a baby bore. I have reneged on that promise.
The reckoning is ahead.
Will Lodge, parenting columnist, reflects on the Easter holidays.
Parenting columnist Will Lodge talks about school holidays and keeping youngest to eldest happy.
Parenting columnist Will Lodge looks at why walking is a dream and a nightmare.
More events featured in photographs have been remembered by our readers
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Do the pictures in our gallery this week bring back any memories for you?
Do the pictures in our gallery bring back any memories for you?
The car is just a financial and environmental millstone, writes Sheena Grant, who has embarked on a challenge to live a thriftier life.
Books can entertain, make you laugh, make you cry, writes Thrifty Living columnist Sheena Grant.
It’s been a good day. A happy, smiley, positive day when it’s a bit easier to believe the world is a gentle place, full of the possibilities that usually only children can readily believe in, writes Sheena Grant.
For me, attempting to live a little more thriftily is about more than just saving money, writes Sheena Grant.