An angler says he is concerned that a scheme to clean water in a Norfolk broad will harm fish stocks across Broadland.

A hedgehog rescue centre has said it has been inundated with calls from the public during the pandemic.

A duck farm where “shocking” conditions were discovered during an undercover investigation has been the focus of a peaceful demonstration.

Visitors are being warned to be aware of blue-green algae at a popular water spot on the outskirts of Norwich.

Hundreds of pairs of children’s shoes have been laid out on the steps of Norwich City Hall as part of a protest by climate change campaigners.

A rare species of dragonfly has been making its home in Norfolk after several sightings at a natural beauty spot.

New pictures of rare leopard cubs enjoying playtime at Banham Zoo have been released.

Coastal erosion won’t jeopardise plans for a massive nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast - even if nightmare worst case scenarios for flooding come true, environmental experts have said.

Only a hundred migrate through the UK every year, but that did not stop a family from north Norfolk catching an extremely rare glimpse of the hoopoe bird.

Forget paper plates and plastic cups that get thrown away, as a Norfolk mum has launched a new sustainable party business for people to save money and the planet.

A former metal scrap site could be turned into a large factory for thousands of tonnes of rubbish from household bin collections.

Now the sun is out, everyone wants to make the most of it but with social distancing measures still in place many people are trying to avoid the crowds. Here are five perfect places in Norfolk for you to enjoy without the added worry of keeping your distance.

Safe air pollution limits are being breached in Norwich and King’s Lynn, analysis by a major environmental group has found.

Sunken boats and broken bones were among the more than 34,000 calls made to rangers in the Broads in the past year.

A quarter of Britain’s native mammal species are at risk of extinction according to a shocking conservation report – including some of Norfolk’s most treasured wildlife such as water voles, harvest mice and hedgehogs.

It is a head-scratching whodunnit that no-one is quite sure how to handle.

An ‘illegal’ bike course that was built in a protected beauty spot has been dismantled, sparking the fury of nearby residents.

Heritage body Historic England has raised concerns over a countryside development of 665 homes and the effect it would have on a landmark castle if approved.

Natural England has been threatened with legal action by a Norfolk ecologist, who has accused the body of failing in its duty to protect a rare species of bat.

Keep your eyes peeled over the coming weeks as the annual Perseid meteor shower will soon be visible.

A group of community-minded artists are decorating an eyesore seafront hotel with giant-sized murals, as part of an annual carnival that has been forced to go virtual by the coronavirus crisis.

A new wildlife reserve created out of a passion for endangered species by a Norfolk farmer and conservationist is set to open next week.

A new safari park where people will be able to see “extraordinary” animals and birds is set to open in west Norfolk.

They tend not to travel great distances from the place they were hatched, but five little wren chicks survived a precarious 60-mile round trip before they had even fledged.

A community which says it was “inundated” with flies may soon see an end to the issue after an investigation found what is believed to have been the source.

A man who says a day-burning street lamp has been on for “12 years straight” has urged the council to “hurry up and get it sorted”.

Plans for a new £1.9m recycling centre, which would take up part of a park and ride site on the edge of Norwich, have been lodged.

A Norfolk zoo has seen a lockdown baby boom, with Patagonian hares, a marmoset and bird-of-prey chicks joining the exotic population.

An emaciated pony rescued at the start of the coronavirus outbreak has undergone a stunning transformation during lockdown.

Experts have found that large areas of Norfolk were devastated by a North Sea mega-tsunami 8,000 years ago - and it could happen again.

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