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Matt Gaw doesn’t value Easter for religious reasons. But he does think it is important to celebrate it. Here are his reasons why...
Are we seeing a return to the bad old days when negative views on immigration are peddled as the voice of the people?
Fans and football clubs need to take responsibility for creating a prejudice-free environment
Ellen Widdup’s 2.4 Children
As readers know I have a fine palate.
Matt’s house has taken a turn for the better!
So what was life like for one week without Matt?
Much excitement in Felixstowe this week, where I have a small flat with sea views distant, as news filtered through of a development Spa Pavilion-wise.
Isn’t life dangerous these days? No longer limited to chocolate box villages with a little old lady who has a nose for crime, poisoning and intrigue have also found their way into Crufts.
Let’s start this week with two of my favourite Suffolk places - Framlingham castle and Sutton Hoo.
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.
Parenting columnist Will Lodge tries out his first baby group.
Superdad Will Lodge looks at how the stepping stones to adulthood can look odd in isolation.
Parenting columnist Will Lodge finds illness leads to new ideas.
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There’s only one problem with having a sack full of wonky carrots.
If you’re out and about tomorrow and notice someone going somewhere in a hurry, clutching a box of chocolates, a plant or, heaven forbid, a bunch of service station-bought flowers, there’s a simple explanation: it’s Mother’s Day.
I should have known it wouldn’t be that straightforward.
Would you buy a crooked carrot, or maybe a particularly knobbly potato? It’s not a trick question. Depending on your answer, you could save big on your vegetable bill.