Metres away from Ray and Diane Pearce’s front door enough electricity to power more than four million homes will flow under the ground.

Breckland residents are being asked by the council to make sure they use the correct bins when recycling over the Christmas period.

“He’s big, wild, free and untamed... isn’t that an awful thing for art to be.”

Millions of homes will be relying on huge electrical substations at Necton for their energy under plans to connect new offshore wind farms.

One of the nation’s biggest salad and vegetable growers has shown how conservation schemes – critical to the winter survival hopes of farm wildlife – can work alongside intensive food production.

Norfolk’s rural roads could see a huge increase in the number of HGVs on them when trenches are dug to bury cables from new offshore wind farms.

Dangerous levels of powerful insecticides were found in two Norfolk rivers placing aquatic insects, fish and birds at risk, tests have revealed.

Almost 11 years of construction work, the destruction of wildlife, billions of pounds of investment and the creation of hundreds of jobs - what is the impact on Norfolk of building the world’s biggest offshore wind farms?

Seagulls have forced a library to partially close.

The seal colony at Horsey continues to grow and spread with another best-ever year recorded.

When it comes to offshore wind energy, Weybourne is fast becoming a Mecca.

Life in some Norfolk villages in the 2020s will be dominated by the construction of offshore wind farms and underground cable corridors.

Broadland residents are being reminded to check their bin collection days over Christmas and new year.

The birth of a rare creature has been the source of joy for wildlife experts in Great Yarmouth.

Residents and business owners in Ferry Road, Horning met on Friday to discuss a way forward in dealing with recent repeated flooding of the road.

With winter upon us many people will be paying visits to the doctors for annual flu jabs.

Council officers will continue to monitor the coastal path at Happisburgh after a large section of it fell away over the weekend.

The Norfolk Wildlife Trust has appealed for ‘eagle eyed’ bird watchers and nature lovers to assist it record sightings of three birds this winter.

Residents of Cromer who were hit by the extreme flash flooding this summer will be relieved to hear that an investigation has been launched by the Norfolk County Council (NCC).

In the midst of winter nature enthusiasts are looking forward to seeing the shoots of spring appearing early next year.

Mystery surrounds reports a group of whales have been sighted in The Wash.

BBC’s Countryfile has been finding out what makes the Brecks so unique.

A runaway buoy travelled about 360 miles from Blakeney on the north Norfolk coast to Jutland in Denmark.

Suffolk is hoping to take part in a pilot scheme which will reduce plastic waste and save thousands of pounds for the council.

It’s already a record-breaking year for Grey Seal pupping on Blakeney Point in north Norfolk - and there’s still four weeks of the season left.

A species of rare bat has been discovered at Whitlingham Country Park.

Fears have been raised over an “accident blind spot” following two collisions on the same stretch of road within a week.

Lessons should be learned from the chopping down of trees in a Norwich park, according to a city councillor who says she was not prepared for the visual impact their felling would have.

Costessey residents have the opportunity to clear out their clutter in time for Christmas at South Norfolk Council’s Give and Take Reuse Event.

Hundreds of rescued hedgehogs will be nestling in the warmth thanks to a large donation of newspapers made by Archant.

With the festive season upon us, many homes will be welcoming new additions to the family and the pitter patter of tiny paws.

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