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Suffolk residents to receive text alerts for terror attacks as part of Government trial

Suffolk residents to receive text alerts for terror attacks as part of Government trial

Suffolk residents to receive text alerts for terror attacks as part of Government trial

16 May 2021

Ministers will trial the the system in Suffolk, which will see residents alerting to imminent public health threats.


Arrival of rare turtle doves heralds new dawn for nature reserve as regular events resume

Arrival of rare turtle doves heralds new dawn for nature reserve as regular events resume

Arrival of rare turtle doves heralds new dawn for nature reserve as regular events resume

09 May 2021

The reserve welcomed back families for the first time this year last week earlier this March, following the easing of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.


River pollution action plan wins support of MP

River pollution action plan wins support of MP

River pollution action plan wins support of MP

09 May 2021

A major report detailing how to tackle sources of pollution in a river over the next decade has been published.


Company agrees to remove netting after calls from charity and wildlife star to provide nesting space for rare birds

Company agrees to remove netting after calls from charity and wildlife star to provide nesting space for rare birds

Company agrees to remove netting after calls from charity and wildlife star to provide nesting space for rare birds

06 May 2021

A company has said it can remove netting from one of its premises after a charity called on them to allow rare birds to reach their nesting sites.


Paddleboarders call for volunteers to help them rid river of rubbish

Paddleboarders call for volunteers to help them rid river of rubbish

Paddleboarders call for volunteers to help them rid river of rubbish

05 May 2021

A community drive to help keep a river clean is set to kick off, in response to rising levels of litter since the coronavirus pandemic began.


Extinction Rebellion accuse police of 'wasting resources' after armed officers called to lone protester sitting in town centre road

Extinction Rebellion accuse police of 'wasting resources' after armed officers called to lone protester sitting in town centre road

Extinction Rebellion accuse police of 'wasting resources' after armed officers called to lone protester sitting in town centre road

04 May 2021

Police have been accused of over-reacting to a protest involving a woman sitting in a road after six officers including two who were armed attended.


Green View: Finding the cash for Net Zero

Green View: Finding the cash for Net Zero

Green View: Finding the cash for Net Zero

02 May 2021

Environmental researcher Peter Gudde asks how the the fight against climate change can be financed.


Community recycling idea begins to gather more speed

Community recycling idea begins to gather more speed

Community recycling idea begins to gather more speed

23 April 2021

More than 100 people dropped off hard-to-recycle items at the first collection day to be held by a new eco-friendly initiative in a Suffolk town.


Angry farmer says 'don't be a tosser'

Angry farmer says 'don't be a tosser'

Angry farmer says 'don't be a tosser'

22 April 2021

A farmer says he has spent thousands of pounds fortifying his land against fly-tipping and longs for a local anti-litter campaign.


Two thousand and twenty one snowdrops set to be planted in town

Two thousand and twenty one snowdrops set to be planted in town

Two thousand and twenty one snowdrops set to be planted in town

16 April 2021

A new snowdrop planting project is under way as lockdown restrictions begin to ease.


Womble group win high praise for their work

Womble group win high praise for their work

Womble group win high praise for their work

11 April 2021

A trip to the sweetshop inspired a group of youngsters to start collecting 'what everyday folks leave behind'.


Sweep the sheepdog catches ferry to nature reserve to round up flocks of rare sheep

Sweep the sheepdog catches ferry to nature reserve to round up flocks of rare sheep

Sweep the sheepdog catches ferry to nature reserve to round up flocks of rare sheep

07 April 2021

A sheepdog has 'found his sea legs' after being recruited to round up flocks of rare breeds of sheep on a remote spit of land off the Suffolk coast.


One in five lorries' worth of recycling waste in Suffolk rejected due to contamination

One in five lorries' worth of recycling waste in Suffolk rejected due to contamination

One in five lorries' worth of recycling waste in Suffolk rejected due to contamination

07 April 2021

More than 10,000 tonnes of Suffolk recycling waste has to be rejected each year because of contamination from wrong items being put in bins.


Residents hit by mystery flooding in cellars for two months question results of investigation into cause

Residents hit by mystery flooding in cellars for two months question results of investigation into cause

Residents hit by mystery flooding in cellars for two months question results of investigation into cause

05 April 2021

Residents who were hit by flooding in their cellars say the results of an investigation into the cause leave more questions than answers.


Anger after 60m hedge cut down in nesting season

Anger after 60m hedge cut down in nesting season

Anger after 60m hedge cut down in nesting season

04 April 2021

A housing developer has apologised after cutting down a hedgerow without the 'agreed checks'.


Council is criticised as dog waste bins overflow

Council is criticised as dog waste bins overflow

Council is criticised as dog waste bins overflow

03 April 2021

Calls have been made to a council to do more about dog waste bins in a Suffolk that continually overflowing.

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Charity called to dozens of incidents where animals were caught up in litter last year

Charity called to dozens of incidents where animals were caught up in litter last year

Charity called to dozens of incidents where animals were caught up in litter last year

28 March 2021

A charity has urged people to clean up after themselves after revealing the number of calls it has taken about wildlife affected by litter last year.


Don’t be straight, think circular

Don’t be straight, think circular

Don’t be straight, think circular

28 March 2021

It's Circular Economy Week – but what does that mean?


Energy firm defend controversial power plant following criticism from councillor

Energy firm defend controversial power plant following criticism from councillor

Energy firm defend controversial power plant following criticism from councillor

26 March 2021

The firm has defended its soon-to-be constructed power plant after a green campaigner warned of its “painful environmental and financial legacy”.


Eco fair gets the green light

Eco fair gets the green light

Eco fair gets the green light

19 March 2021

A fair which celebrates all things eco-friendly, sustainable and green has confirmed a summer date.


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