December 6 2013 Latest news:
Stormy winds and high water may be threatening much of the north Norfolk coast but the show will go on at Cromer Pier’s Pavilion Theatre this afternoon.
Remember there’s not only your own family to feed this Christmas, plenty of wildlife is relying on a free breakfast too.
When they came, when they flew overhead, chattering reassurance to each other after a take-off in half light, the sight and noise above was matched by the sudden silence of those privileged to watch below.
Precious reedbed habitats are in decline across Broadland and iconic species such as swallowtail butterfly and fen orchid could be lost forever, the Broads Authority (BA) has been warned.
A bird’s eye view is usually good, but not in the case of young Dennis.
Four Norfolk farms were finalists in the annual Ian MacNicol Awards.
The battle over the future of ancient Norwich woodland will reignite this week, as developers begin public consultations about the possibility of building hundreds of homes.
More than 1,000 visitors got up close with nature at an environmental fair near Norwich.
An environmental fair in Norwich this weekend will teach people about the wonders of the natural world.
Budding young scientists from all over Norfolk came together to celebrate their summer of research.
Thousands of people came together to celebrate some of Norfolk’s world class produce at the third annual Brecks Food and Drink Festival.
They came, they ate, they charmed our socks off.
Conservationist and sportsman, Hugh van Cutsem, who built up an award-winning Norfolk estate, has died aged 72 after a long illness.
The second day of the 14th Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival is underway with thousands of people visiting the town to celebrate the region’s maritime past and future.
In the shadow of Scroby windfarm, it is home to North Sea seals lazing on the sand.
A mouth-watering menu of events has been prepared throughout Breckland for this year’s annual celebration of the area’s food, farming and countryside.
The bounty of a unique landscape will be showcased at the third Brecks Food and Drink Festival from September 13-15. Emma Lee meets one of the area’s most enthusiastic champions, hotelier Vanessa Scott.
Visitors to the 14th Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival will have the opportunity to sail on the Dutch square-rigged tall ship the Morgenster, making her first visit to the port.
The world of birds – from courtship displays to the impact of climate change, pesticides and aeroplanes – will be the centre of attention this week when a major ornithology conference lands at the University of East Anglia.
For several months of the year they attract scores of nature lovers to our coast who watch from afar as they make a home among the shingle to raise their young.
As summer gives way to autumn, the coast enjoys a last hurrah, as families grab a final week or two beside the sea before the kids go back to school.
Two-thirds of the country’s total bee species have been recorded in Norfolk in the past four decades.
Holden group had a wild time at the Norwich Motor Show organised by Wroxham and Hoveton Lions Club.
A Norfolk nature reserve is part of a vital bid to save the nation’s turtle doves as conservationists reveal it could be the worst year for the popular farmland bird.
For the first time, thanks to a partnership between the RSPB and Natural England, the little tern colony at Winterton-on-Sea is being manned 24 hours a day.
As skipper of a Broads tourist boat, he is well used to passengers.