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7 low-tech ways to help keep your home warm

7 low-tech ways to help keep your home warm

7 low-tech ways to help keep your home warm

26 November 2021

With temperatures plummeting and heating bills rising here are seven ways you can help warm your home this winter.


Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

24 November 2021

Homes must prepare for flooding, says the Environment Agency, with all households being advised to check now if they're at risk.


Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

23 November 2021

A ban on single-use plastic plates, cutlery and other items such as disposable cups and sachets is being explored, the government has confirmed.


All new buildings in England must add electric car charge points from 2022

All new buildings in England must add electric car charge points from 2022

All new buildings in England must add electric car charge points from 2022

22 November 2021

New homes, shops and work places, as well as buildings under going major renovation, will have to add electric car charge points from next year.


Fenland meadow site earmarked for development is home to one of country's rarest insects

Fenland meadow site earmarked for development is home to one of country's rarest insects

Fenland meadow site earmarked for development is home to one of country's rarest insects

11 November 2021

Wenny Meadow is home to a “substantial and healthy population” of rare insects, according to an survey obtained via a Freedom of Information Request.


Develop your recycling skills with new course

Develop your recycling skills with new course

Develop your recycling skills with new course

05 November 2021

Cambridgeshire residents wanting to help make a difference can now enrol on a new, free online recycling course.


Parish council meeting seeks to address flooding problems

Parish council meeting seeks to address flooding problems

Parish council meeting seeks to address flooding problems

29 October 2021

Reports of flooding in a Fenland village are set to be addressed at a parish council meeting.


'Funky' village silo home bid rejected

'Funky' village silo home bid rejected

'Funky' village silo home bid rejected

17 October 2021

Councillors feared the scheme could have led to further development in the area.


Call to speed up work on Wash road flooding

Call to speed up work on Wash road flooding

Call to speed up work on Wash road flooding

16 October 2021

An MP says she wants to see more detailed cost assessments by Christmas.


Calls to make use of dormant power station

Calls to make use of dormant power station

Calls to make use of dormant power station

16 October 2021

There’s still no plan to switch on Sutton Bridge Power Station - despite fears of a national winter energy shortage.


West Norfolk Council leader under fire over county burner vote

West Norfolk Council leader under fire over county burner vote

West Norfolk Council leader under fire over county burner vote

16 October 2021

An opposition member claimed the borough had been 'stabbed in the back' by a vote not to oppose burner proposals at County Hall.


Thermal imaging kit aims to net illegal fishing activity

Thermal imaging kit aims to net illegal fishing activity

Thermal imaging kit aims to net illegal fishing activity

15 October 2021

A new thermal imaging camera will be used during Environment Agency patrols to clampdown on illegal fishing.


What is COP26 and why does it matter?

What is COP26 and why does it matter?

What is COP26 and why does it matter?

05 October 2021

The UK is about to host the world's biggest summit on climate change. But why is COP26 so important and what can it hope to achieve?


Incinerator plan 'perverse' in fight to halt climate change, Norfolk county councillors warned

Incinerator plan 'perverse' in fight to halt climate change, Norfolk county councillors warned

Incinerator plan 'perverse' in fight to halt climate change, Norfolk county councillors warned

22 September 2021

A motion urging county councillors to join the fight against a controversial incinerator scheme is due to be debated next week.


What do you love about your high street?

What do you love about your high street?

What do you love about your high street?

20 September 2021

Whether it’s the memory of the place you bought your first ever album or a place you go to meet friends and family, Historic England wants to know.


King John's hoard has been found says treasure hunter

King John's hoard has been found says treasure hunter

King John's hoard has been found says treasure hunter

17 September 2021

The man leading the search for King John’s Treasure says he is 100% confident that he has found the hoard.


Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

08 September 2021

Partially-treated waste water could be released into rivers and seas because of a chemical shortage caused by Brexit.


Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

18 August 2021

More than £4 million is available to help innovative projects come up with safe ways for broadband cables to be added to water pipes.


Norfolk County Council contact claim on Wisbech burner bid denied

Norfolk County Council contact claim on Wisbech burner bid denied

Norfolk County Council contact claim on Wisbech burner bid denied

13 August 2021

Campaigners say they fear Norfolk's waste could be sent to an incinerator half a mile from the county border if it gets the go-ahead.


Supermarket offers free refills

Supermarket offers free refills

Supermarket offers free refills

12 August 2021

Morrisons petrol stations are offering customers free water refills at its forecourts in a bid to cut plastic waste.


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