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And architects' image of what the proposed Generation Park in Norwich would look like.

Developers behind a controversial £370m energy park on the edge of Norwich have admitted they are facing serious problems in finding investors.

Ulla, 36, (left), Toby, 34 (right), with son Luke (five months) with Latvia's president Raimonds Vejonis. Pic: Submitted.

There won’t be many former Norwich school pupils who have had dinner with the president of Latvia.

A black pig that has been set free to roam in Holt Country Park to tackle the bracken and brambles. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE.

Seven pigs have been released today to munch through the dense bracken and bramble on the ground of Holt Country Park.

Artist James McCallum setting up his latest exhibition at the Sackhouse Gallery in Wells. Picture: Ian Burt

Norfolk’s birds are celebrated in a new exhibition which opens in Wells today.

RHS It's Your Neighbourhood certificate winners.

Community groups who have worked their horticultural magic to help Norwich look blooming marvellous this year have been honoured at a special award ceremony.

Rare red-footed falcon found shot dead in Cambridgeshire. Photo taken by RSPB Investigations

A campaign has begun online to help find the persons who shot an endangered red-footed falcon which had been spotted by thousands of birdwatchers before it was killed.

A planning application has been submitted for a solar farm on the edge of North Walsham.

The mystery creature, discovered by Mr Wharton of Stokesby. Submitted

The bizarre looking creature found by an Eastern Daily Press reader has been identified as an elephant hawk moth caterpillar.

NOTE GRAPHIC CONTENT. Nine poisoned buzzards. Photo: RSPB/PA Wire

The RSPB is calling for better enforcement of wildlife protection laws after a report showed more than 250 birds and other animals were illegally shot or destroyed in 2014 in the UK – with 77 of those taking place in the East of England.

Wimbles first appearance at an evening swan feed this winter: CREDIT WWT

A whooper swan called Wimble has been returning to a west Norfolk reserve for 17 consecutive years.

Thorpe Island resident Gareth Jervis who lives on his boat and has received letters from the Broads Authority telling him to move on.

Boat dwellers living on an island on the Broads have been told they face eviction if they do not leave within the next three weeks.

Psart of the upper reaches of the River Wensum. Photo: Bill Smith

Thousands of rare native crayfish have been killed by a “plague” spread by an alien species.

A soprano pipistrelle bat rescued and cared for by Jane Harris, consultant ecologist. Picture: Denise Bradley

With the bitter winter weather taking its toll, many people will find themselves reaching for their woodpiles to start a nice, warm fire.

Rare red-footed falcon found shot dead in Cambridgeshire. Photo taken by RSPB Investigations

A rare red-footed falcon has been found shot dead near Whittlesey in Cambridgeshire.

Tim Nunn (left) in Capbreton with surfer Micah Lester

He grew up in Norfolk, not far from the bustling, busy beaches of Great Yarmouth.

Artist impression of the proposed Centre for Advanced Knowledge Engineering at Downham Market. Picture: Submitted

A west Norfolk town has been thrust into the spotlight with the launch of a £350m project - expected to bring 4,500 jobs to the region.

Sue Bignell sent us this lovely photo of a choppy day on the pier at Cromer.

Cromer Pier was battered by stormy weather at the weekend and some photographers managed to capture some stunning images.

Tidal surge at Cromer pier on Friday 6th December 2013

Senior officers from the emergency services are to meet today to discuss ways to deal with a possible tidal surge which could hit the region’s coast later this week.

Stephen Mole is showing his collection to the public in an exhibition at Fairhaven Woodland Garden in South Walsham. Pictured: Hemsby Beach. Picture: Stephen Mole Photos

The big skies and still landscapes are what make Norfolk so special.

Jonathan Cole, managing director of offshore wind for ScottishPower Renewables, at the Offshore Wind Works conference in Lowestoft.

A strategy has been put in place to try to build up the skills of East Anglian youngsters so they can take advantage of a massive jobs boost for the region in offshore wind.

	The Windmill at How Hill and St Benets Abbey photographed from a Boat on the Norfolk Broads.

The Broads Authority’s plan to change the way it interacts with the public at meetings has been thrown out.

Broads Guide- Horning.

An increase in the tax boat owners pay on the Broads has passed with very little fuss.

Sue Maufe with the conker tree she planted in Lyng which is now under threat after recommendations that it is felled.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

A horse chestnut tree, which villagers are campaigning to save, has been given a stay of execution after councillors decided not to fell it.

Rare fungi found at Titchwell: Photo credit Tony Leech

A species of fungi was discovered at RSPB Titchwell Marsh that is so rare in Britain there is no English name for it.

Tidal surge at Cromer pier on Friday 6th December 2013

Emergency planners across the region are today tracking a developing low-pressure system which might threaten a potentially-damaging tidal surge.

Nine of the poisoned buzzards. Picture: RSPB

Allen Lambert, from Edgefield, was found guilty of killing 10 buzzards and a sparrowhawk on the Stody Estate, near Holt, last year.

Norfolk County Council say that the closure of Docking Recycling Centre will save £70,000.

A Norfolk recycling centre is to close, despite 96pc of people consulted saying it should stay open.

Photo: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

Incinerators in the Netherlands and Germany are to burn Norfolk’s rubbish, after councillors agreed to ship waste abroad.

Overgrown grass verges in Roughton Road, Cromer. 

Norfolk’s rural grass verges are to be cut less frequently to save more than £80,000.

Benji Howell (pictured left) with protestors against the Barsham turbine at the public enquiry in 2013.

A Shipmeadow man has failed in his legal challenge to build a wind turbine “taller than St Paul’s Cathedral” 500 metres from his home.

MP Richard Bacon visits D.I.S.S Group at The Denny Centre to listen to their concerns about access and facilities for people with disabilities in Diss.; Photo:Sonya Duncan; Copy:; For: EDP; EDP pics vÉ‚ÄövǬ© 2010; (01603) 772434

Leaders from across the region will meet for “candid discussions” about how to accommodate a population set to soar to one million in Norfolk over the next two decades.

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