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Residents have been left dazzled by mysterious webs that have appeared across South West Norfolk in hedgerows.

Some 4,500 homes and businesses in Great Yarmouth will be better protected from tidal flooding under a £40.3m upgrade aimed at boosting defences.

A team of mini activists have been quizzing councillors and suggesting ways in which Norwich can be a more environmentally-friendly city.

Bird lovers who put feeders and food out for our feathered friends have boosted the population of an array of species that flock to our garden's, a scientific study suggests.

Birds hand-reared by nature lovers after their eggs were freed from muddy farmland have flown thousands of miles home for summer. Experts were doubtful the black tailed godwit's eggs, encased in soil, would survive.

Rainbow goats are getting set to make a splash at a north Norfolk estate in the run-up to a colourful event to celebrate the county's rural LGBT+ community.

An award-winning wildlife filmmaker and photographer who has worked closely with Sir David Attenborough is visiting the Waveney valley to help launch a programme of events highlighting the decline of native insects and plants.

A garden created in Norfolk to highlight the problems families face has won a gold medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

Palm oil found scattered along the region's coastline should not deter people from the beaches, a councillor has said.

Billions of pounds are being invested and thousands of highly skilled jobs are being created in our region through the burgeoning offshore energy industry. But would employment and business in Norfolk and Waveney really be boosted, or would overseas companies and workers be the real winners? DANIEL BENNETT reports...

A popular plant day is returning to north Norfolk this weekend in support of a local hospital.

A Norfolk photographer has turned his hand to nature filming after capturing footage of a fox scrambling up a cliff at the Norfolk coast.

Experts from the RSPB, Suffolk Wildlife Trust, Buglife and the Suffolk Biodiversity Information name species they believe could become extinct from our region.

Concerns are growing after large amounts of palm oil were found scattered along our region's coastline.

An animal sanctuary has contacted police after it was handed 45 house sparrows which it says were removed while work was being done on a roof.

The company behind a controversial woodland development insists the scheme will not exceed 300 homes.

Over 1,000 visitors gathered at a Norfolk natural park on Saturday for the first day of a brand new fair, with more set to come through the doors today.

More than 200 environmental activists shut down traffic in Norwich city centre on Saturday to raise awareness about climate change.

A country fair in north Norfolk has announced a diverse lineup of performers to headline this year's event.

Several bags have been filled as attempts are made to clear palm oil from the region's coastline.

Thousands of tonnes of silt are being dredged to improve a river.

It has captured the imagination and is set to provide a welcoming attraction to town.

Bus passengers have been warned that they could face delays as climate change activists hold a potentially disruptive cycle ride around Norwich.

An alien species of mammal is threatening the ecosystem of the region's waters, it has been warned.

Dog owners have been warned to be vigilant after palm oil washed up on a number of Norfolk beaches.

Motorists are advised they may experience delays on 17 May at 9:15am, as police escort the transportation of an abnormal load through the county.

Protestors greeted newly-elected councillors when they turned up for their first meeting.

Climate change activists hope more than 200 cyclists will join a potentially disruptive ride around Norwich this weekend, in their latest bid to raise awareness.

When staff turn up for work at one of the county's recycling centres, there is always one early bird reporting for duty and eager to get on with the day.

Environmental authorities have been granted £250,000 of EU funding to investigate "very high levels" of shellfish toxins found in Norfolk and Suffolk, after a spate of dog deaths last year.

Blue tape has been placed on buildings in the centre of King's Lynn.

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