Video report by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson
It's Carnival Day in the North Norfolk town of Wells.
This year's Carnival Queen is 19-year-old Angel Eaglen - but as she was carried on a float through the streets, she was well aware she could be called away for an emergency at any time.
Video report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper
Hundreds of people in Northamptonshire have been making the most of the chance to see human skeletons up close.
Some of the remains were buried nearly 2,000 years ago - but earlier, they were on show as part of a special exhibition.
Wildflowers and nettles are helping boost butterfly numbers in Cambridge.
The council say it is down to a trial of annual meadows in public open spaces including in Jesus Green.
They were created this year using a mix of seeds.
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Olly Murs has spoken of his "first love" for football, before joining Coggeshall Town in their match against Ipswich Town on Friday (22 June).
It's not the first time the popstar has joined the Essex side on the pitch. He previously played with them for a Soccer Aid match in June, held at Old Trafford.
The match was was a draw at 1-1.
"I have a fantastic career and I get to do the most amazing things but part of my life - which is a huge part of it - is football.
People have seen me play football, but genuinely it's all I've ever done since I was a kid.
Forget about music. Music's kind of the second thing, my second love. Football's been my first."
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Bright red road markings have caused anger in Cambridge with residents living near Maltings Lane saying they're tantamount to "casual vandalism".
The signs have been painted on the roads as part of the city council's 20 mile per hour project. The council says setting the speed limit is a critical priority, but campaigners say the signs are "ludicrous".
" We new that the 20 limit was going to be introduced here and most people supported that, but we had no idea that it was going to result in signs like this. It's a complete eye-soar and it's happened throughout the whole area. This is complete overkill and a waste of money."