Scientists have taken samples from the 40ft fin whale, which washed up between Burnham Overy Staithe and Holkham on Thursday.
Scientists are on their way to carry out a post mortem on the creature, which was discovered yesterday between Burnham Overy Staithe and Holkham.
An environmental health assessment of a holiday park in a mid Norfolk village has concluded that while the daily pumping of its sewage tanks causes some smell it is not a health hazard.
A large section of Gorleston beach was washed away by the tide last weekend.
A fin whale washed up on the beach between Burnham Overy and Holkham this afternoon.
Seeds from a rare beech tree in Norfolk are being saved to ensure the survival of the country’s woodlands.
An agricultural journalist is swapping his wellies for hiking boots to undertake a 220-mile trek around his home county to raise money for a conservation charity.
Old Catton will now bear the brunt of the first homes to be built as part of a 3,500 home development to the north of Norwich as developers say they cannot fund infrastructure any other way.
Two red squirrel kittens which were born at Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham, earlier this year are setting out bright-eyed and bushy-tailed on an adventure to the Welsh valleys.
Shell UK wants to build a temporary hard sea defence at the Bacton Gas plant to protect the nationally-important area from more damage.
A disused Victorian sewage pipe teeming with marine life has become the focal point of the North Sea’s first snorkel trail.
A wet springtime, causing grass to grow faster than usual, is the reason butterfly numbers in Norfolk plummeted this year, according to Norfolk’s butterfly recorder.
A petition demanding better sea defences along the north Norfolk coast has been launched.
Some believe their early arrival means a cold winter to come.
But experts say ideal weather for migration is bringing pink foot geese flocking to our shores a week or two before they normally pitch up.
A group of London schoolchildren swapped the concrete jungle for the Norfolk countryside as part of a charitable project to reconnect inner city youngsters with the natural world.
The developer behind another huge windfarm proposed off the coast of Norfolk has revealed its intention to bury miles of cables beneath the county.
It is a bridge too far for Costessey.
Lloyd Buck will be giving a talk and demonstration at Fakenham College on Saturday, October 29 (6.00pm) in aid of Sculthorpe Moor nature reserve.
Miles of underground cables from what would be the world’s biggest windfarm could be buried beneath swathes of Norfolk countryside.
A fiercely debated proposal to relocate Norwich Rugby Club to the University of East Anglia has been given the nod by environmental officers despite strong opposition to any loss of habitat.
Two East Anglian giants are set to clash over a much coveted title in a territorial battle which will see one crowned Gateway to the Brecks.
The region’s network of waterways have been listed as one of the greenest holiday spots in the world.
Plans have been submitted to install new pay parking meters at two of north Norfolk’s best-known tourist attractions. And the applicants hope they will attract more visitors to the area.
Ducks are flocking to a west Norfolk wetland habitat, after a hectic summer on their breeding grounds.
One minute it was giving Claire Halls the evils, looking like it was about to take a chunk out of her arm with its hooked beak. The next it was soaring skywards.
Everything is back to normal in west Norfolk after a burst water main left customers with low pressure or no water earlier today.
The weekend event will be held at Kelling Heath Holiday Park, near Holt, from September 30 to October 3, and is expected to attract hundreds of astronomers.
The creature was brought to East Winch Wildlife Centre after she was found dragging her legs behind her in the South Lynn area.
Miaow on earth could anyone even think of abandoning 12 kittens and leaving them to die?
Staff and volunteers at the RSPCA’s Norfolk wildlife hospital are caring for more than 70 hoglets.
An inspector has ruled in favour of the owners of Norfolk fenland which has been at the heart of a long-running water extraction row.
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