Today we're looking at coverage on Gloucestershire Live of a Natural England-supported initiative to rescue curlew eggs from RAF airbases.
Today we're looking at coverage of an announcement by the Malaysian Government of their intention to repatriate more than 3,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste to the UK and other countries.
Today we're looking at coverage of a large increase in seabird populations on the island of Lundy and the news that Wine Week has begun with a big success for UK wine making.
In today's blog we look at coverage of the Resilience Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
£200 million rollout of full fibre broadband begins, and the Guardian on EA eel research
Defra launches its Urban Tree Challenge Fund launched and coverage of a new report on bee populations and climate change
In this blog we are looking at Food Minister David Rutley attending the Balmoral Show, the biggest agricultural and food show in Northern Ireland with 100,000 visitors over three days.
In today's blog we're looking at widespread regional coverage following Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey’s visit to Hull yesterday where she officially launched the Environment Agency’s Humber: Hull Frontage Flood Defence Improvements.
Minister Rutley meets with horseracing industry to discuss welfare standards in the sport, and Lord Gardiner at Invasive Species Week
In today's blog we look at plastic waste overseas and instant fines for repeat offenders who leave their car running.