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Here’s a guide to Anglian Water’s five Green Flag water parks in the region.

The sale of household coal could be phased out and wet wood sales restricted in a bid to cut down on pollution from people lighting fireplaces in their homes.

The plan seek to further manage the effects of noise from the airport on the local community.

AS far as invasive species go, wallabies are among the most exotic but despite several sightings in the wild in recent weeks, wildlife experts say it is ‘highly unlikely’ the marsupial is about to colonise parts of East Anglia.

The University of Suffolk has added an Amazon expert to its new Wildlife, Ecology and Conservation Science degree course.

Hedgehog lovers have vowed to keep fighting for the survival of their favourite spiky creatures as a project to become the country’s most hedgehog friendly town ends with stunning celebration.

East Anglian farmers have defended the use of weed killer glyphosate after the debate over its use was reignited following a US court case.

A £300,000 project to improve sea defences at Walton on the Naze and protect against rising sea levels has been completed.

Illustrious authors will swap the tapping of keyboards for the gentle thwack of leather on willow in a bid to protect some of Suffolk’s most treasured landscapes from flooding.

The economic value of our natural landscapes has been underlined by new figures which show Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) in Suffolk and north Essex are worth over £270m to the tourism sector.

This summer Essex Wildlife Trust has launched a series of Shoresearch surveys to better understand what species exist along the county’s coastline.

Conservationist Roberto Pedraza Ruiz is exhibiting his photographs of the ancient forest of Sierra Gorda in Mexico in East Anglia this week.

Mr Barnett, who lived in Dunwich, was well known for his campaigning against nuclear energy and the Sizewell B development.

Visitors to a popular Suffolk seaside resort have been heard screaming as brazen rats rush past.

A Suffolk MP and environment minister has mystified Twitter followers with an unusual comment advocating a controversial weed killer, which has recently been the subject of a high profile cancer court case.

A famous ‘micro-nation’ will provide the starting block for a swimming challenge that could put Richard Royal in the record books.

People attempting to get their brown bins emptied but haven’t subscribed to the scheme have been warned there is no cheating the system, as high-tech tags are set to be introduced.

Butterfly Conservation and English Heritage want people to spot and record butterflies they see at the heritage charity’s castles as part of this year’s Big Butterfly Count.

East of England councils are being urged to do more to help Britain’s bees and other pollinators – such as cutting areas of grass less often in parks and roadside verges to allow wild flowers to grow.

Community groups, charities and voluntary organisations in West Suffolk could benefit from over £300,000 of funding that is being made available.

From a bid to see the latest Bond film shot here in Suffolk to ITFC’s potential new signings - here we bring you five must-read stories for this morning.

Anglian Water wants visitors to the region to do their part in supporting the East of England’s water savvy users, says David Hartley..

A Suffolk council which switched to charging for brown bin collections in May has collected more than £1.2million since it was introduced.

On Suffolk’s only island - Havergate Island - all good things come to he who waits

An environmentalist known as Wildlife Gadget Man was “shocked” by the appalling state of one of Suffolk’s best-known seaside resorts – after visiting it during a marathon beach clean.

Seven of Suffolk’s local authorities have outlined measures to help tackle roadside littering, after securing £10,000 from the government’s Litter Innovation Fund.

Work on the final stretch of Ipswich’s £70million tidal barrier scheme is underway and will be completed by the end of November.

Suffolk’s multimillion pound waste incinerator has been blamed for a reduction in recycling that is said to have harmed ambitions to become “the greenest county”.

Santa took time out of his busy yearly schedule to spread a serious message on his visit to the seaside town yesterday.

A mass rescue operation has been launched by the Environment Agency is recent days as the ongoing heatwave puts millions of fish in danger.

This year’s Suffolk Walking Festival helped to contribute over £170,000 to the local economy, organisers have said.

On a recent visit to East Anglia, Chris Packham met chair of the Nature Friendly Farming Network, Martin Lines​ - it was also a meeting of minds.

Water company chief executives are being summoned to a meeting with the Government to explain why they have not met leakage targets as the country struggles to cope with the dry summer.

Christchurch Park’s Round Pond is to get a new fountain and lighting under a joint project by the borough and the Friends’ group.

Thousands of tonnes of paper, card and plastic rubbish is being sent overseas by councils, statistics have revealed.

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