Anglian Water says there will be no need for a hose pipe-ban this summer - but people need to use their supplies wisely.Read the full story ›
A dead whale that washed up on Felixstowe beach at the weekend won't be removed until Wednesday, despite the smell it's createdRead the full story ›
Raising a glass to the best in class. A Norfolk white wine has been named the best in the world.Read the full story ›
Seagulls causing a nuisance in Lowestoft are being scared off by falcons and hawks in a new scheme to clean up the High Street.Read the full story ›
A Norfolk-based bird charity has launched a £1.7 million fundraising campaign to buy the wildlife-rich land surrounding its existing nature reserve.
The Hawk and Owl Trust, at Sculthorpe near Fakenham, hopes to raise £850,000 to buy the fen by asking people to sponsor a parcel of land.
More money will be needed to manage the site and put in necessary infrastructure.
"The Moor has been managed by Hawk and OwlTrust since 2001, and is surrounded by a large area of rough farmland, fen and plantation. We have recently been lucky enough to be offered the chance to buy that land. If it is sold on the open market it would have devastating consequences for the existing reserve, in terms of land use, access issues and even our ability to manage our own reserve, as we can’t do that without coming across the neighbouring land.”
The controversial Hatchfield Farm planning development at Newmarket could be back on course.
The Secretary of State had originally refused the application by Lord Derby to build 400 homes on the site.
But that decision was quashed in the High Court today. It will now go back for the Secretary of State to look at the application again.
Thousands of acres of oilseed rape fields are turning the countryside yellow - bringing a valuable source of income to the region's economy.Read the full story ›
A Dutch delegation has come to impart some cycling know-how in Britain's bicycle capital, Cambridge.
Experts from the Dutch Cycling Embassy have been invited by campaign group Camcycle.
Watch a video report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes.
A campaign's underway to give ancient trees and woodland the same protection as stately homes and monuments.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Chloe Keedy
Sir David Attenborough has pleaded with everyone to do their bit to protect the natural world during a visit to Cambridge for a global conservation event.
He was in the city for 'Earth Optimism' where he was hoping to inspire people from all generations to get involved.