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Norfolk Wildlife Trust

A major study showing 15pc of UK wildlife species are at risk of extinction should act as an urgent "wake-up call" to expand conservation efforts across East Anglia.

Some of East Anglia's long-lost butterflies and moths are making a comeback after decades of regional extinction. But what has caused this sudden resurrection? CHRIS HILL reports.

An ambitious environmental project aiming to improve Norfolk's quality of life by mapping a wide range of "sustainability indicators" will be launched in Norwich next week.

Ancient wildflower meadows are being brought back to life using seeds harvested from Norfolk's roadside verges - often the last strongholds of declining plant species.

An animated update of the children's classic The Wind in the Willows carries an impassioned plea about the plight of nature - and the people of Norfolk have been urged to act on it.

One of the most influential Norfolk naturalists in his native county for more than five decades, John Goldsmith, has died at home aged 69.

The final words of a teenager who took his own life have been inscribed on a memorial bench placed in his memory.

The number of kids born as part of a council's Bagot goat-breeding programme has hit a final tally of 12.

For four decades he has tended to one of Britain's most beautiful landscapes - but now Bernard Bishop is taking a step back from his role of warden of Cley Marshes.

A pair of nature and wildlife experts known for their television work will be special guests at a new Pensthorpe Bird and Wildlife Fair.

It might sound too good to be true but at Aviva you get up to 21 hours paid time off work a year on top of your annual leave. But it's for a special reason.

Some of north Norfolk's famous Bagot goats have headed south to continue their valuable conservation and habitat-management work.

A popular wildlife event being held at a Norfolk nature reserve will bring together experts in the fields of optic equipment and nature holidays, as well as featuring book-signings, walks, talks and wildlife-inspired arts and crafts.

It might seem only five minutes since the children went back to school after Christmas, but half term is here already.

While thousands of people will have their eyes glued to the action on the pitch at Carrow Road for this weekend's East Anglian Derby on Sunday what is there to do for those of you who do not enjoy football?

Award-winning broadcaster Ben Garrod has joined the staff at the University of East Anglia (UEA) in a brand new role.

A London-based developer has today won an appeal to build 300 homes within a treasured woodland in Thorpe St Andrew.

Norwich City Council will not be considering whether to reverse a recent decision to back the proposed road to link the Northern Distributor Road to the A47 - after a motion seeking a u-turn was withdrawn.

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