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Zoo ready to roar back in to life as it prepares to reopen

Zoo ready to roar back in to life as it prepares to reopen

Zoo ready to roar back in to life as it prepares to reopen

03 April 2021

Zoos are preparing to reopen and welcome back visitors after staff changes and new procedures


Council to introduce hordes of rats into town centre to deal with pigeon problem

Council to introduce hordes of rats into town centre to deal with pigeon problem

Council to introduce hordes of rats into town centre to deal with pigeon problem

01 April 2021

Council leaders are hoping to put an end to the Diss’ longstanding pigeon problems by introducing hundreds of feral rats into the town.


Severely mistreated horses rehomed at animal sanctuary

Severely mistreated horses rehomed at animal sanctuary

Severely mistreated horses rehomed at animal sanctuary

24 March 2021

A group of horses that made national headlines after being severely mistreated have been taken in at a south Norfolk animal sanctuary.


Author aims for a bit of animal magic with book

Author aims for a bit of animal magic with book

Author aims for a bit of animal magic with book

19 March 2021

Author's animal book is hoping to give a local zoo a helping hand.


Roydon man, 22, denies killing 50 pigs in £680k arson spree

Roydon man, 22, denies killing 50 pigs in £680k arson spree

Roydon man, 22, denies killing 50 pigs in £680k arson spree

12 March 2021

Jordan Chenery was charged with three counts of arson in connection with a spate of attacks during the autumn of 2019.


Sanctuary can’t make hay while the sun doesn’t shine

Sanctuary can’t make hay while the sun doesn’t shine

Sanctuary can’t make hay while the sun doesn’t shine

03 March 2021

An animal sanctuary is issuing a plea for help after hay costs soared through winter.


Diss Man, 22, to appear in court in connection with arson attack that killed 50 pigs

Diss Man, 22, to appear in court in connection with arson attack that killed 50 pigs

Diss Man, 22, to appear in court in connection with arson attack that killed 50 pigs

26 February 2021

The man has been charged with a string of arson attacks that took place in the space of a week.


Burston Crown landlord sculpts impressive crocodile out of snow

Burston Crown landlord sculpts impressive crocodile out of snow

Burston Crown landlord sculpts impressive crocodile out of snow

15 February 2021

Residents were chomping at the bit to catch a glimpse of the snow creature sat outside the Burston Crown last week.


Pens at the ready, get set ... and draw

Pens at the ready, get set ... and draw

Pens at the ready, get set ... and draw

23 January 2021

Vets practice hosts children's drawing competition to ease lockdown woes.


Pub worker gifts £100 in tips to charity

Pub worker gifts £100 in tips to charity

Pub worker gifts £100 in tips to charity

15 January 2021

An employee at a pub has donated £100 in tips to help a charity close to her heart.


Zoo closes its doors for third time to combat virus surge

Zoo closes its doors for third time to combat virus surge

Zoo closes its doors for third time to combat virus surge

10 January 2021

The zoo has opted to temporarily close to ensure visitor safety.


Passion for animals helps turn hobby into fledgling venture

Passion for animals helps turn hobby into fledgling venture

Passion for animals helps turn hobby into fledgling venture

08 January 2021

Creative flair and a love for animals are the key ingredients for this small business venture.


Zoos decide to close again

Zoos decide to close again

Zoos decide to close again

31 December 2020

The zoos have decided on another period of closure due to customer safety fears.


Calls for council leader to resign after joking about killing moles with blowtorch

Calls for council leader to resign after joking about killing moles with blowtorch

Calls for council leader to resign after joking about killing moles with blowtorch

12 December 2020

Calls have come in for John Fuller to resign, after a Facebook post was unearthed where he said he was trying to kill moles with a blowtorch.


Dozens of horses brought back to full health after being taken in at sanctuary

Dozens of horses brought back to full health after being taken in at sanctuary

Dozens of horses brought back to full health after being taken in at sanctuary

01 December 2020

More than 30 rescue horses have had their lives transformed after being taken in at a sanctuary in Hapton


Banham Zoo offering annual passes to local 'community champions'

Banham Zoo offering annual passes to local 'community champions'

Banham Zoo offering annual passes to local 'community champions'

18 November 2020

Banham Zoo is offering annual passes to ‘community champions’, who have made a difference to their community during the pandemic.


Dog fostering volunteers required

Dog fostering volunteers required

Dog fostering volunteers required

21 October 2020

Dogs Trust has asked potential dog foster carers to come forward in order to help people fleeing abusive homes.


Brothers in blue ready to sniff out some criminal activity

Brothers in blue ready to sniff out some criminal activity

Brothers in blue ready to sniff out some criminal activity

06 October 2020

Criminals given paws fur thought by dogged new recruits hounding their tail.


Zoo owls help Bavarian plan to take flight

Zoo owls help Bavarian plan to take flight

Zoo owls help Bavarian plan to take flight

06 September 2020

The zoo has helped to repopulate the Bavarian forest with Ural owls.


Lego-esque models are purr-fect zoo addition

Lego-esque models are purr-fect zoo addition

Lego-esque models are purr-fect zoo addition

29 August 2020

A variety of unique, life-sized models of big cats have been installed at Banham Zoo – made entirely of Lego-esque bricks.


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