8 beaches in Cornwall and a beach in Bournemouth have been designated as bathing waters.
- UK-US military links strengthened after ministerial visit to Washington DC
- Penny Mordaunt statement on the Rohingya humanitarian crisis
- Bristol seminar: We need to talk about Women
- Hitting PCM for Six
- Two fisherman saved from their liferaft after their vessel sinks
- BEIS pays tribute to Stephen Hawking
- Violent drug dealer has his sentence increased after Solicitor General challenges it for being too low
- Rail takes the strain
- Beth and Gill land top nuclear industry honours
- Defence Minister outlines expanded mental health provision for Armed Forces and veterans
The Secretary of State has appointed 5 members of the Board of Natural England.
The first tranche of funding has been awarded to innovative litter-fighting projects across Britain
Additional laboratories now validated to provide sediment sampling and analysis as part of the marine licensing process.
The MMO has provided a further update on its work looking into concerns about Teignmouth beach.
The MMO has announced it has suspended a marine licence for dredging and disposal of materials off the coast of Devon.
Environment Agency secures £160,000 to restore peatlands across Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Cheshire
A comprehensive review of farm inspections to remove bureaucratic burdens placed on farmers has been announced by Environment Secretary Michael Gove today.
Environment Agency publishes State of the Environment: Water Quality report
Thérèse Coffey meets Canadian and American counterparts to discuss marine pollution objectives.
Environment Agency secures £155,000 in charitable donations through Enforcement Undertakings following pollution incidents
The MMO has concluded its investigation into alleged unlicensed marine activity in Whitstable, Kent.
The MMO has published guidance on bass fishing in 2018
Consultation workshops taking place soon
The Environment Agency lowered water levels which revealed well-preserved clues about Somerset's heritage and wetlands.
The Floods Minister has marked the start of works on the Boston Barrier, a £100 million tidal flood defence which will protect 14,000 Lincolnshire properties.
Desk note developed to support marine licence applications
Desk note developed to support marine licence applications
Crediton firm admits it should have checked farmers had necessary permits to accept the waste from building and construction sites.
Bat Expert Panel will help shape future bat conservation.
Reminder for fishermen whose licences were monitored as part of the 2015 capping exercise.
New Countryside Stewardship Offers introduced to help more farmers and land managers protect wildlife and enhance the environment
Prime Minister Theresa May will pledge to eliminate all avoidable plastic waste within a quarter of a century.
The RFCC chair appointments have been announced
The Prime Minister has announced plans for a new Northern Forest as part of the Government's 25 Year Environment Plan
Tony Delahunty has been made Officer of the Order of the British Empire for his services to the fishing industry in the New Year’s honours list.
Senior representatives from the UK Government’s Blue Belt Programme are visiting Tristan da Cunha and St Helena in January 2018.
Grants for badger vaccination schemes and six-monthly testing in high risk areas will help to prevent disease and catch it more quickly.
Views sought on changing costs associated with marine licence applications.
100,000 more properties across the country are now better protected from flooding thanks to the 350 new flood schemes that have been built since April 2015.
Fish merchant charged with fisheries offences in case brought by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
The Blue Belt programme has published a stakeholder newsletter providing an update on recent work projects.
The MMO is pleased to confirm the dates for European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) panels for 2018.
Hilary Florek has been confirmed as the new Chair of the Marine Management Organisation.
IFA2 interconnector will run from France to England
Forestry Commission plans to release four beavers in the Forest of Dean have been approved by Natural England and are backed by Michael Gove.
The UK is one of a number of nations to sign a resolution to help reduce the amount of plastic in the world's seas.
Master and vessel owner found guilty of fisheries offences in case brought by Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
Professor Ian Bateman and Professor Colin Galbraith have been reappointed as Independent Members of the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC).
Defra and the Environment Agency will be undertaking a review of multi-agency flood plans produced by local resilience forums.
Undulate ray scientific research quota available.
Through the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) funding is now available in England towards replacing of engines on fishing vessels.
Ministers, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and affected countries work together to stamp out wildlife crime at the 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference.
Strong winds across southern and western England on Friday and into Saturday will coincide with high tides.
The Environment Agency has revealed that brown trout, which haven’t been seen in the Lyme Brook for many years, have returned to Newcastle-under-Lyme.
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