A middle-aged woman is pictured leading a child down crumbling cliffs along the North Norfolk coast – despite repeated warnings of landslides.

A swan is today recovering after being found at Ranworth with a fishing hook through its tongue.

In Lowestoft, a Harris hawk and a kestrel have been brought in to frighten them away.

A giant bone has been uncovered on the beach where one of the most complete skeletons of a mammoth ever discovered in Europe was found.

From Antarctica to the Andes to north Norfolk - Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Long has created art all across the globe, and his latest major exhibition EARTH SKY features works inspired by Houghton Hall and its surrounds.

Residents say they have had enough of lorries “thundering” past their houses causing their windows and doors to shake.

Three people were fined for crimes against the environment in one day, after being convicted by Great Yarmouth Borough Council.

There have been further delays in restoring water to several homes in Dereham.

Graham the Lurcher dog has been making a swift recovery and is now looking for a new home after being left abandoned in Feltwell.

A symbol of the British countryside, the rabbit is a firm favourite among many, but to farmers they can be seen as pests.

People in Lowestoft can find out more about future redevelopment proposals at marine research organisation Cefas as two public consultation events are held.

Pupils from a Norwich school have created a children’s story book aimed at raising awareness of the decline in bees.

A riding centre owner is calling for increased protection of countryside tracks because of speeding traffic forcing horse riders off country roads.

It’s a vulnerable rarity which can only be found clinging to life in a roadside ditch near a burger van in Cambridgeshire.

Giving the green light to a 25-storey tower at Anglia Square would “overwhelm” the surrounding area and open the door to further high rise development in the city centre, according to concerns raised by civic watchdog the Norwich Society.

The relocation of an annual showcase of countryside pursuits has been hailed a success after thousands of visitors flocked to its new rural setting.

Today the world celebrates Earth Day and pledges to help protect the planet, but how can you get involved?

The East Anglian Game and Country Fair will bring thousands of visitors to the event’s new venue at the Euston Estate near Thetford this weekend. Here are ten rural pastimes or sporting spectacles you can enjoy at the show.

Thousands of visitors are expected at a country estate in the heart of East Anglia this weekend for an annual showcase of rural sports, pastimes and family entertainment.

Two people have been sentenced under the Hunting Act in relation to hare coursing close to Titchwell, near Hunstanton.

Norfolk’s woodlands offer some of the country’s places to witness spectacular displays of spring bluebells. And after a mild spring the blue woodland carpet should be glorious this year.

Until last year a spectacular bluebell wood had lain hidden from public gaze for centuries.

Shot from the top of an ancient monument these stunning pictures and time lapse video show the sun setting over Thetford.

A £1 million appeal to safeguard a wildlife habitat of international importance has hit target six months after launch and two weeks after deadline.

An initiative to keep Norfolk’s beaches spick and span has been launched in a second area.

More tiny fragments of plastic have washed up on Norfolk’s beaches.

An Easter egg that actually helps the eater to lose weight has become a dream made reality for a giant green sea turtle at Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre.

Norwich International Airport is warning any high rise tower blocks that could emerge from the new Anglia Square development could “compromise” their new radar system.

Shakespeare’s Juliet once claimed that “a rose by any other name would smell as sweet”.

An outdoor nursery in Norfolk has been told it is outstanding across the board in its first watchdog inspection.

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