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Extremely rare insect found in Norfolk for first time in almost a century

Extremely rare insect found in Norfolk for first time in almost a century

Extremely rare insect found in Norfolk for first time in almost a century

The bug was last recorded in the county all the way back in 1925, before going unseen for almost 100 years


Emmy Award-winner fears pylons could affect 'one of the most historic buildings in Britain'

Emmy Award-winner fears pylons could affect 'one of the most historic buildings in Britain'

Emmy Award-winner fears pylons could affect 'one of the most historic buildings in Britain'

“I hope that I add to a cumulative awareness to the sensitivity of this bit of landscape, which is quite special.”


Schoolchildren put down roots for nature project

Schoolchildren put down roots for nature project

Schoolchildren put down roots for nature project

"The activities linked closely with our geography and science curriculum but also our whole school theme of conservation this term."


MP weighs in on controversial pylon project

MP weighs in on controversial pylon project

MP weighs in on controversial pylon project

South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon has had his say on the National Grid's East Anglia GREEN project


Warnings that controversial pylon project could spell the end for beloved museum

Warnings that controversial pylon project could spell the end for beloved museum

Warnings that controversial pylon project could spell the end for beloved museum

Plans to erect electricity across Norfolk and Suffolk could “seal the fate” of a beloved tourist attraction, bosses have warned


Village becomes first in county to boast community-run electric car charging point

Village becomes first in county to boast community-run electric car charging point

Village becomes first in county to boast community-run electric car charging point

Residents celebrated the installation of Norfolk’s first community electric charging point last month


Biogas developers put new planning application to planning authority

Biogas developers put new planning application to planning authority

Biogas developers put new planning application to planning authority

Campaigners have accused an energy developer of 'manipulating the public' after they announced they would be reducing the size of Deal Farm Biogas


Bereaved mum makes plea for maintenance of graveyard where five-month-old daughter is buried

Bereaved mum makes plea for maintenance of graveyard where five-month-old daughter is buried

Bereaved mum makes plea for maintenance of graveyard where five-month-old daughter is buried

Over the past 10 years, Natalie Read has had to clear away grass and weeds from the grave of her daughter


Residents condemn National Grid pylon plans at Parish Council meeting

Residents condemn National Grid pylon plans at Parish Council meeting

Residents condemn National Grid pylon plans at Parish Council meeting

Residents and councillors slammed the 'breathtaking arrogance' of National Grid’s consultation process


Apple tree planted to mark pilgrims' journey on the Mayflower

Apple tree planted to mark pilgrims' journey on the Mayflower

Apple tree planted to mark pilgrims' journey on the Mayflower

A special ‘Pilgrim 400’ apple tree has been planted to mark the opening of a new jubilee woodland


Opponents of Deal Farm Biogas cite changes to Highway Code as grounds to stop development

Opponents of Deal Farm Biogas cite changes to Highway Code as grounds to stop development

Opponents of Deal Farm Biogas cite changes to Highway Code as grounds to stop development

Campaigners against the controversial waste plant in the Norfolk countryside believe recent changes to the Highway Code could strengthen their case


Councillor offers alternate proposals for controversial pylon project

Councillor offers alternate proposals for controversial pylon project

Councillor offers alternate proposals for controversial pylon project

The controversial plans will see 50-metre-high pylons built along the A140


Town councillor decries 'heartbeaking' vandalism plaguing town

Town councillor decries 'heartbeaking' vandalism plaguing town

Town councillor decries 'heartbeaking' vandalism plaguing town

The local town council has been forced to fork out £223 to replace a swing set after it was destroyed by vandals last month


Foreign Secretary weighs in on controversial digester plant plans

Foreign Secretary weighs in on controversial digester plant plans

Foreign Secretary weighs in on controversial digester plant plans

South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss has weighed in on the ongoing dispute over the controversial plant


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