A leading UEA academic has said that e-commerce is ‘undoubtedly responsible’ for the booming numbers of vans being registered in the county.
Volunteers are hoping to bring more sporting opportunities, children’s activities and live music to a popular city park.
Rescued from the streets, these cute little kittens have been given a second chance, thanks to tender loving care and round-the-clock bottle feeding.
Questions have been asked over why land refused for a 300-home development was designated as part of a county wildlife site.
Our region’s beaches are some of the most beautiful in the country, but too often during the summer they pile up with rubbish from those who don’t properly care for them. Conor Matchett explains why we need to keep our beaches clean this summer...
It’s been a baaaad week for sheep in West Norfolk as another was rescued from a 20ft high bridge.
Rare bird’s eggs that were rescued from muddy farmland following heavy downpours have successfully hatched.
Environment secretary Michael Gove launched the government’s first tree health strategy after visiting a nursery in Ely which he said is at “the cutting edge” of environmental protection.
A hare crouches motionless amid the onions in an allotment garden.
Famous for its seals and sails, Horsey has long been a magnet for day trippers.
A seal which was found with a discarded air filter wrapped around his neck has been released after being nursed back to health.
The National Trust has bought a £130,000 plot of land on the north Norfolk coast, which will be managed as a habitat for rare and protected wildlife including avocets.
The founder of clean beaches initiative has paid a visit to the north Norfolk coast, as a seaside attraction in Mundesley has joined the effort to keep our beaches beautiful.
They are our very own beasts from the deep. But it seems that the famous North Sea crabs have met their match - in the shape of the Beast from the East.
Volunteers from ScottishPower Renewables and its associates have come together to reduce the amount of litter on a popular Suffolk beach.
A new section of road giving safe access to people living in erosion-hit Hemsby has been completed.
Some of the deep sea’s most mysterious creatures will be on display at a new exhibition at the Sea Life centre in Great Yarmouth.
A countryside flower meadow is buzzing with activity on a slice of Great Yarmouth’s most ancient, original soil.
A scheme to re-classify stretches of water in Norfolk has been labelled “a buck-passing exercise”, as councillors shot the proposals down.
North Norfolk is once again celebrating a stellar year after it retained all of its prestigious Blue Flag beach awards, making it to most successful in the East of England.
Norfolk’s very own mermaid is hoping her latest project will make a splash and encourage people to stop littering on our beaches.
A conservation charity is appealing for public donations to help children and families reconnect with nature.
Young nature enthusiasts are being offered the opportunity to help shape the future of one of Norfolk’s top nature and tourist attractions.
Businesses in and around Caister are being asked to support a pub’s charity drive to raise funds to help raise awareness of the devastating erosion at Hemsby.
Controversial plans for a waste processing plant on the banks of the River Wensum could still go ahead - despite being refused by the county council.
A playing field which had been riddled with diseased trees was made safe thanks to funding from the local authority.
Do you have a photo which you believe encapsulates Norfolk? Then you could feature in our Norfolk Day supplement.
A dolphin that was the first of its kind washed up in the southern North Sea since the 1960s had swallowed part of a rubber glove, a post-mortem examination has found.
In the fourth part of our photo feature looking at Norwich’s beautiful gardens, photographer Sonya Duncan visited Heigham Park.
It took less than a minute for councillors to bin plans for a new waste facility near Norwich Airport, after being told the project was not viable.
Two north Norfolk residents have made it their mission to keep a rare breed of animal safe in the north Norfolk District.
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