The Broads Authority is under fire for threatening legal action against a man who has brought an overgrown Norfolk Broad back to life.
Experts from the University of East Anglia have helped put together a report looking at how extreme weather is affecting our countryside.
Scientists from the University of East Anglia have found that a quarter of the UK's rare species live in the Fens.
Six charging points for electric cars have been installed at railway stations in Luton and St Albans as part of a scheme to encourage more people to buy environmental-friendly vehicles.
There are only around 400 such electric cars in the East of England and research shows charging points often go unused.
The points have cost £28,000 with the rail company First Capital Connect picking up half the bill and the rest of the cash coming from the government.
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ITV Anglia presenter Emma Baker asked Suffolk farmer and TV presenter Jimmy Doherty why he decided to get involved with the so-called Skinny Jean Gardeners
Two brothers from Colchester are set to take the gardening world by storm.
The self-styled Skinny Jean Gardeners caught the attention of TV farmer Jimmy Doherty, who's given them their own garden on his land near Ipswich.
Luke Farrington has been to meet them
A company that runs a pig farm in Essex has been fined £15,000 after effluent twice polluted a ditch which drains into the Colne Estuary.
The Environment Agency said AM Gray & Co Limited caused water pollution on two occasions after pig slurry from their Bocking Hall Pig Farm, in West Mersea, got into a tributary of the Pyefleet Channel earlier in 2013.
The company pleaded guilty to two charges of causing polluting pig slurry to enter the tributary at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court. They also pleaded guilty to failing to notify the Environment Agency of the first incident.
An otter displays its formidable hunting ability as it swims with a huge pike in its mouth.
The dramatic picture was taken near Thetford in Norfolk by Dean Eades.
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Staff at Colchester Zoo in Essex are preparing to celebrate the 45th birthday of Rajang the orangutan.
He was hand-reared by keepers at Chester zoo before arriving at Colchester in 1980
Linton Zoo in Cambridgeshire is experiencing something of a baby boom.
Among the new arrivals are an albino red-necked wallaby joey which is now fully out of the pouch and can often be seen with the rest of the wallaby and red kangaroo mob
The zoo's adult female red kangaroo also has a baby in her pouch.
Other arrivals include 6 Indian Star tortoises which have recently hatched. Their parents ended up at the zoo after they were seized by customs officials.
A new 140-turbine wind farm off the Suffolk coast could bring millions of pounds of investment to the county and hundreds of jobs. It's due to open in 2017 and power 500,000 homes.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change said the scheme could generate around £18 million to £20 million of investment in Suffolk and create around 600 jobs across the country.
A spokesman for DECC said: "Offshore wind has an important role to play as a part of a balanced energy mix. This development will enhance our energy security and help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions."
A wind farm off the Suffolk coast that will power as many as half a million homes has been given the go-ahead.
The Government has granted permission for the construction of 140 turbines as well as infrastructure at Sizewell which will connect the renewable power source to the grid.
Developer Galloper Wind Farm Ltd estimates the wind farm will provide enough electricity to power the equivalent of as many as 500,000 homes when it is completed in 2017.
For years scientists have been trying to come up with an environmentally friendly fuel for heavy goods vehicles. One company thinks it has the answer and has the backing of the Government.
Daventry in Northamptonshire has been chosen for the first Bio-LNG filling station, which was officially opened on Thursday and the Transport Minister Norman Baker was there for the official opening.
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