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.
David Pooley's retirement project was to buy an overgrown, desolate Norfolk broad and breathe new life into it; he's described it as a labour of love.
He spent years and hundreds of thousands of pounds expanding Sotshole Broad near Norwich and improving the surroundings only for the Broads Authority to threaten legal action if he didn't remove the footpaths and boardwalks.
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Two baby penguins abandoned by their parents have been named after characters from the Flinstones.
Bamm-Bamm and Pebbles are being hand reared by keepers at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire.
Once the pair get their first waterproof coating they will move into the Zoo's penguin training pool where they will learn to swim and feed in the water.
Work to restore an eroded reed bed at Salhouse Broad in Norfolk using dredgings from the nearby river has been selected as a finalist for a prestigious national award.
The Broads Authority project has been nominated for the 2013 Water Renaissance Awards.
A new solar farm, which could generate power up around 2,000 homes, is being proposed for Northwold near Thetford in Norfolk.
Local residents are being called to a consultation meeting on the 6 megawatt project on Tuesday 30 April.
The plans are being put forward by Lightsource Renewable Energy which is Britain's largest generator of solar energy.
Forestry Commission land in our region is coming under new management.
The government has decided an independent body will help oversee the land.
After last year's u-turn it's a further commitment to making sure our forests remain in public hands permanently. ITV Anglia's Megan Boot reports.
Thetford Forest will not be sold off and will be protected for future generations as the government has announced a new public body will be created to look after the country's forests.
The independent body will own and maintain the forest and work with local groups to encourage people to get involved in managing the woodland.
The new group will also work with landowners to make sure it's sustainably managed. The announcement comes after the government originally suggested it wanted to sell the forests off.
Anglers on the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads are starting to test the water regularly to help prevent fish dying from salt poisoning.
In the past millions have died when seawater has surged up the rivers but the Environment Agnecy has now teamed up with a group of volunteers to try to prevent it happening on such a large scale.
A cliff slip has blocked a popular walkway at Corton near Lowestoft.
Contractors have closed access to the the seawall between Tibbehams score and Cliff House.
The council says it's possible that further slips will occur.