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The Environment Agency is once again turning to an unusual ally to combat a fast-growing, invasive water plant.
With the England Football team out of the UEFA Euro 2012 championship, many anglers will be taking the opportunity to visit their local fishery – and they need to make sure they are fishing legally.
Environment Agency officers have completed structural repairs and cleared culverts in Earby, Lancashire, as part of a project to reduce the risk of flooding.
The owner of a haulage and waste management company has been ordered to pay more than £100,000 in fines and costs for illegally disposing of thousands of tonnes of waste at two sites in Cornwall.
Environment Agency urges people to prepare for flooding
Over the next two days, there are some heavy showers expected for Yorkshire and the North East.
Environment Agency officers have been working with local residents and Calderdale Council to deal with the aftermath of the serious Calderdale flooding, which saw around 900 properties flooded during the exceptional weather conditions last week.
A new byelaw has come into force on the River Wye this week aimed at safeguarding its salmon and sea trout population, Environment Agency Wales has confirmed.
Nearly seven per cent of anglers in some of Wales’ best known fishing spots did not have a valid rod licence, Environment Agency Wales has revealed.
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