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A new app called PlantTracker has been launched to help combat the spread of Yorkshire’s most problematic ‘invasive, non-native’ plant species.
A new app called PlantTracker has been launched to help combat the spread of the North East’s most problematic ‘invasive, non-native’ plant species.
The Environment Agency is warning the public that ‘pet’ fish and non-native fish should not be placed into their local streams, rivers and lakes because they are breaking the law.
The Environment Agency is working to reduce the risk of flooding to more than 1,600 properties in South Derbyshire, with construction of the flood defence starting on Tuesday 4 September 2012.
The Environment Agency has praised the quick thinking of local residents and business owners who reported fish in distress in a Hertfordshire stream.
A scheme to reduce the risk of flooding to homes on two Grimsby housing estates has moved a step closer
Homeowners seeking to save money on heating oil bills are being urged to ensure they store fuel safely.
A Suffolk property services company has today (Tuesday) been fined £3500 and asked to pay £2500 costs for running an illegal waste site and failing to provide waste transfer notes.
In anticipation of Team GB’s paralympic success, anglers will be taking the opportunity to strike gold and visit their local fishery – and they need to make sure they are fishing legally.
Two men from Ilford in Essex have each been fined a total of £500 for fishing during the close season and using live bait.
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