A new flag has caused a flutter amongst those opposed to the Broads being branded a national park.

A new project is looking for 10 overlooked or unexpected places across the east to inspire new works of art.

A 12ft basking shark was spotted on a rare appearance in the shallow waters off the north Norfolk coast.

A quarry’s expansion plans drew concerns around lorry movements, noise, and highways issues at a public meeting.

Budding architects and artists are being invited to get involved in a project to draw a 360-degree view of the city from the top of Norwich Castle’s mound.

Two striking views of iconic city landmarks have won the FANN17 and iWitness24 photography competition.

The big quarry question has resurfaced as an extraction firm submits new plans that would rip up a forest in Fritton.

A conservation charity launched a year ago by two ex-prison governors to take on and manage small pockets of environmentally important land has almost completed its second project, and now hopes to repeat its “winning formula” at similar sites all over the county.

A new nature reserve could be on the way for Hethersett thanks to the efforts of an environmental group.

A business owner who thought a long running planning saga was over has accused Broads Authority officers of picking “silly fights” with landowners.

The spending of millions of pounds to improve cycle routes around Norwich has had its critics, but new figures show cycling has increased by more than 40pc since the shake-up started.

The owner of a vintage houseboat moored at Hoveton believes he is being unfairly targeted by the Broads Authority.

Broads boaters will face some tough decisions in the coming weeks when deciding on tolls for the new season.

One of the Broads’ most valuable resources - sediment dredged from the waterways - is being used in a variety of ways to enhance the natural habitat and also improve agriculture.

Rescued pony Oakley was so weak he collapsed upon arrival at Redwings Horse Sanctuary.

It was one of the old hundreds of Norfolk and boasts of picturesque villages and an interesting history. But how well do you know Wayland? Here are 10 interesting facts.

A council leader has promised to root out whoever has been deliberately poisoning historic trees.

A £160m viaduct could be built to carry the “missing link” of the Norwich Northern Distributor Road over the Wensum Valley.

The Inspiration Trust has been accused of a “land grab” as plans to erect a new sports hall on the Hewett Academy site were approved by the city council planning committee.

The waterways are quieter, mooring space more readily available, the air crisp and clear and it’s one of the best times of the year to spot wildlife.

A European-funded project will allow the Broads Authority to continue restoring areas of eroded reed bed at Hickling Broad.

Preserving a pair of the region’s natural treasures will be the focus of an illustrated talk hosted by the Wymondham Nature Group.

New figures have shown that 
one of the UK’s rarest seabirds had a successful breeding season along the East Norfolk coast this year.

The Norfolk campus of Easton and Otley College helped promote the environment and wildlife to hundreds of visitors last weekend as the Easton campus played host to Wild About Norfolk.

Eight young seals were released back into the wild today after being cared for a Norfolk marine sanctuary.

Thirty years ago, our region was rocked by a huge storm which caused widespread devastation and destruction in its wake.

A renowned horse whisperer, who works closely with the Queen, is to visit a college near Norwich.

The public are urged to avoid close contact with seals on Hunstanton beach whilst a record number of the pups are released back into the wild.

A conference that highlighted the varied value of the much-loved Suffolk coast was told that courage was needed in the rejuvenation of resorts that are sometimes thought of as down-at-heel - and ‘pioneering young people’ had to be engaged.

A string of alerts are in place for parts of Norfolk this morning, but warnings that higher than normal tides could cause flooding in some areas have passed without incident.

People are being warned to be prepared for possible flooding.

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