Environmental experts say that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the sea than fish. A lot of that waste is carried out to sea by rivers.Read the full story ›
The High Weald is one of the best surviving medieval landscapes in Northern Europe with rolling hills, ancient woods and sandstone rocks.Read the full story ›
Thousands of tonnes of granite has been delivered by barge to Hastings for the construction of flood defences costing £3m.Read the full story ›
Browns Golf Course, on the Isle of Wight, was officially opened 86 years ago by one of the most successful golfers Britain has ever producedRead the full story ›
We are celebrating this part of the world with a series called 'Spirit of the South'. We are showcasing our region's hidden treasures.Read the full story ›
Pest controller Shane Jones discovered a huge wasps' nest during his rounds in Basingtoke.Read the full story ›
An archaeological dig at Sheffield Park and Garden in Sussex has uncovered the area's wartime past.Read the full story ›
As river levels plummet in the hot weather, the rush is on to rescue the region's fish.Read the full story ›
They're known as 'Invasive Garden Ants', and they're threatening to drive out native species like our familiar Black Ants.Read the full story ›
They've been around for 40 million years, but now they're facing extinction.
The number of Hazel Dormice has plummeted by a third since the year 2000.
The South East is one of their last refuges, and work is going on to try to save the dormice before it's too late.
Malcolm Shaw joined a survey at Broadwater Warren, an RSPB reserve near Tunbridge Wells.