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Waldringfield: Flood defence boost for storm surge hit villageWaldringfield tidal flood Tom Potter tom.potter@archant.co.uk Thursday, July 31, 2014 A Government grant of £633,000 has been set aside...
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2014/07/31 15:43
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MORE than £1 million has been secured to transform a gravel pit into an extension of an idyllic nature reserve. Runners, walkers and cyclists could enjoy 115 acres of wetland nature reserve at Holme...
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Ms Villiers joined the Irish President and the Duke of Kent in dedicating a cross of sacrifice at Glasnevin Cemetery to mark the 100th anniversary of WWI. Invasive Shrimp Species Found In NI For The...
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East Suffolk: Day of action sees arrests made and vehicles seizedPolice carried out a "day of action" in east Suffolk Five people have been arrested and eight vehicles seized during a day of action...
2014/07/31 14:11
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Fisherman fined after illegal netting near Bucks MillsNorth Devon Magistrates Court, Barnstaple Giuseppe Rossi of Bideford registered fishing boat Miabella found guilty on three counts by...
2014/07/31 12:13
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A TOTAL of 20 fire engines and more than 100 firefighters battled a blaze which ripped through the historic Northfield Manor House on Wednesday night (July 31). The fire at the property, which was...
2014/07/31 11:26
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Good progress being made on flooding works THE Environment Agency says it is making good progress inspecting and repairing flood defences damaged during the winter storms and floods. More than 100...
2014/07/31 10:41
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Our councillors’ united front at Oxford Station... IT WAS good to see two of Oxfordshire’s political leaders coming together for the launch of the £75m Oxford Station masterplan last week. Bob...
2014/07/31 09:26
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Dredging budget 'not enough' says Environment Agency Dredging budget 'not enough' says Environment Agency THE Environment Agency has warned the budget of around £2million for river dredging next...
2014/07/31 08:49
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Lake District hotel to use water from England's largest lake to heat all of its rooms The Low Wood Hotel A LAKE District hotel is to planning to introduce pioneering technology which will use energy...
2014/07/31 08:41
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THOUSANDS of homes in Denbighshire could be open to fracking after the UK Government’s decision to extend licences. Rhyl, Prestatyn, Rhuddlan, Bodelwyddan and St Asaph could all be affected after the...
2014/07/31 07:51
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The former Environment Secretary, known for his pro-fracking views, used Twitter to write: “Europe risks condemning itself to oblivion as global manufacturer if it does not embrace fracking. UK must...
2014/07/31 07:24
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Sofas, cupboards, mirrors, as well as packaging from the British Heart Foundation store in Stafford were found discarded in two separate locations in the town. The items were traced back through...
2014/07/30 16:57
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Electric vehicle sales double in Europe as new models drive growth Sales figures from 2013 suggest that almost 50,000 electric vehicles were sold in the EU New models of electric vehicles (EVs) have...
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Watercress beds in Itchen Stoke going uncultivated for fear of pollution charges Charles Ranald with the Marshalls earlier this year THE threat of swingeing new charges looks set to kill off one of...
2014/07/30 13:10
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A new invasive species, the Bloody Red Shrimp (Hemimysis anomala), has been discovered for the first time in Northern Ireland in Upper Lough Erne, according to researchers in the Agri-Food and...
2014/07/30 11:13
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Last updated at 11:26, Wednesday, 30 July 2014 A WASHED-UP dead whale which has laid on the Barrow coast for almost two weeks has finally been buried. big impression The burial mound after the...
2014/07/30 10:51
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A swarm of Amazonian jellyfish have arrived in a Merseyside canal – and the hot weather may be to blame. The creatures – native to the south American rainforest – were discovered by an angler as he...
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The United Nations Development Programme's (UNDP) - Global Environment Facility (GEF) is seeking to identify five climate-resilient alternatives in income-generation livelihood activities for 15...
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Last updated at 14:33, Tuesday, 29 July 2014 Fracking licences are up for grabs across South Cumbria, after a massive expansion of drilling was given the go-ahead. The government is inviting firms...
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