Suffolk star Ed Sheeran says doctors told him to cancel shows - or risk not being able to play guitar again - after breaking both his arms.Read the full story ›
Max Whitlock is a double Olympic gold medal-winner as well as a three-time European champion, three-time Commonwealth champion and was awarded an MBE.
Now the gymnast has been presented with an honourary degree - a doctorate of science.
Jonathan and Victoria caught up with him.
Ed Sheeran has told fans he has had a bicycle accident and that an arm injury could affect some of his forthcoming tour dates.
The Suffolk singer shared a picture of his arm in a cast on Instagram.
"Ive had a bit of a bicycle accident and I'm currently waiting on some medical advice, which may affect some of my upcoming shows. Please stay tuned for further news. Ed x."
Garry Barlow will take part in Forest Live 2018, an annual summer concert series in Suffolk, organised by the Forestry Commission.Read the full story ›
Essex boy and former X Factor contestant Olly Murs is set to join The Voice UK.
He will be joining will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudson to complete The Voice UK’s panel of superstar Coaches as the search for a new vocal talent returns to ITV.
Reverend Richard Coles has said he "can't quibble" with the judges' decision as he became the second Strictly Come Dancing contestant to leave the show.
The priest and former popstar, 55, said he was sorry to go so soon, but admitted that he "really can't dance".
His eviction came on Sunday night's result show, when he and partner Diane Buswell brought their Flash Gordon-inspired Paso Doble back the stage in a dance-off against Simon Rimmer and Karen Clifton.
After his elimination from the competition many viewers posted a plea of "Don't leave me this way" on social media - quoting the name of the vicar's 1986 song with The Communards.
Viewers were doubly disappointed that the reverend did not take his last twirl around the dance floor to the track.
A model from Norwich who spent three years at the Playboy Mansion has described Playboy founder Hugh Hefner as an "incredible character."Read the full story ›
The comedian Griff Rhys Jones, who has lived in Suffolk for more than 30 years, is doing a show to raise money for children's hospices.Read the full story ›
A Suffolk racecourse which got numerous complaints after a Little Mix gig will no longer sell children's tickets for evening music events.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people are expected at the Newmarket Open Weekend. Now in its fourth year, it has raised £225,000 for local charities.Read the full story ›