Bernard Trafford reflects on the former South African president Nelson Mandela and how he wishes he could have met him
An annual Christmas cloud of gloom has descended over Keith Hann, only briefly lifting on a visit to London
The death of Nelson Mandela last week saw many people reminiscing about former South African president
The theory sounds good, but in reality flying unmanned drones to someone's front door let alone finding the parcel's intended recipient is the stuff of Hollywood sci-fi...
Hadrian's Wall needs the public to help plug a funding gap. David Whetstone looks at the serious issues behind the new fundraising campaign
After Amazon's announcement of delivering parcels by flying robots, Keith Hann looks at the price of progress
The future king should really stick to speeches when he's on stage and not perform with Bon Jovi reckons Curious Georgie
Radio Four’s Inside Science programme revealed that excess engery is just being dumped. David Banks ponders what can be done about it
Every which way he has turned in recent months, the Commander-in-chief has found himself at the wheel of one political car crash after another...
Selfies are the new word on the tweet, with pretty much everyone uploading a photo of themself onto a social media website
Keith Hann bids farewell to his Tuesday column after a run of over six years
Tom Gutteridge finds out the hard way how new technology can baffle those in their senior years
Bribing mums to breastfeed is not the way forward believes Journal columnist Curious Georgie
In the run-up to the big day I want to go into the supermarket and shout “we are not at war”; you're making a Sunday dinner most mums make weekly
Remembrance Sunday is an emotional time for many with loved ones serving, or who have served in the forces
Sunny Sunday mornings are always special. A leisurely soft boiled egg with soldiers lying lazily beside a frothing cappuccino, my computer open at a blank page, ready for the weekly update on my world
Despite his obvious singing talent on stage, his actions off it have left young fans’ parents holding their heads in their hands...
Dad and I came out to Los Angeles to see my son Matt play with The 1975, it was amazing to see the band’s American fans screaming and going crazy...
As David Cameron calls for political consensus behind the HS2 rail link, people in the North East issued a resounding 'no' to the project