Environment

Green sea turtles Noah and Ernieare to be reunited!

Underwater friends set for aquatic reunion: Great Yarmouth sea turtle Noah to join shell-friend Ernie in Hunstanton

A pair of flipping fantastic friends are set to share a tank once more as they prepare to be reunited at a Norfolk aquarium.

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A simple test to check for toxic algae is set to make huge improvements to fish health and ecosystems benefiting fish farming and angling throughout the world.

Researchers at the John Innes Centre in Norwich are developing a cost-effective and simple dip-test,giving environmental managers more regular opportunities to establish early indication of Prymnesium.

Dr Martin Rejzek (centre) with PhD students Ben Wagstaff and Edward Hems and the samples of water and lab grown algae.

Picture: James Bass

Dip-test could help beat deadly algae in Broads

Scientists are a step closer to catching a toxic algae before it potentially kills swathes of fish in the Broads.

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Mussel fishing at Morston with Johnny Webster. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

MEP backs our campaign to save the Morston mussel

A MEP has given her backing to a campaign to protect part of Norfolk’s fishing heritage.

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Kim Mead (Murad’s Learning Support Assistant), Ross Davenport (Murad’s Sporting Mentor), Dame Kelly Holmes and Murad Khan.

Support swells for Gorleston student Murad as MP slams immigration grab

The seizure of a popular Afghan student by immigration officials has been slammed by an MP as “heavy handed”.

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Stop Hempnalls Onshore Wind Turbines members Geoff Moulton, foreground, Rob Johnson and Trevor Shurmer, right, with SHOWT banners.

Community wins three-year fight against windfarm

A South Norfolk community is celebrating today after winning a battle to stop a windfarm being built.

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