The Norfolk schoolboy dubbed "Mini Monet" is staging his latest summer art exhibition - featuring his own paintings and those of his hero.
Cambridge is to host its "Big Weekend" event which will lead into the start of the Tour de France on Monday 7th July.
Police in Ipswich are urging all those attending East Coast Live in Chantry Park, Ipswich this weekend to stay safe.
Cambridge medical student Carina Tyrrell has been crowned Miss England. Carina Tyrrell, who reads medicine at Murray Edwards College, won the contest at a ceremony in Torquay last night.
The 24-year-old now goes forward to compete in the next Miss World competition. Read about her here.
A Cambridge University student Doctor is through to the finals of Miss England.
Carina Tyrrell is currently in the middle of her exams, but is determined to be the next Miss England and is getting ready for the competition next week.
Carina has already been crowned Miss Cambridgeshire and she says her next stop is Miss England and then possibly Miss World.
Carina said. "Ever since I was little I watched Miss World on television and I thought this is really interesting, I'd really like to do that."
When it comes to Carina's "talent" her skill will certainly be unusual. She says she'll focus on her "Doctoring" skills.
The final line-up of Suffolk's Latitude Festival will be announced today.
Blur frontman Damon Albarn, from Colchester, Manchester band James and Billy Bragg are among those already confirmed for the weekend event at Henham Park near Southwold.
Comedians Dara O'Briain and Jack Dee, as well as designer Vivienne Westwood and photographer David Bailey, are also set to make an appearance.
The festival takes place on Thursday July 17th to Sunday July 20th.
An author from Norfolk is being tipped for literary stardom with her first novel, 'Elizabeth is Missing', predicted to be the summer best-seller.
Here are a selection of what critics are saying about the book.
"An unforgettable novel about memory, self and how dementia erases the past and present."
The Daily Express
"A mystery, an unsolved crime and one of the most unforgettable characters since Mark Haddon's 'Christopher'."
"Literature is replete with unreliable narrators, but you’ve never encountered an unreliable narrator like the one in Emma Healey’s mournful and luminous debut novel."
An author from Norfolk is being tipped for literary stardom with her first novel predicted to be the summer best-seller.
Emma Healey's book, 'Elizabeth is Missing', had its national launch in Norwich last night.
Nine publishers fought to sign her and the TV rights have already been sold.
"It's been absolutely mad," Emma told ITV News Anglia.
"Part of the way of coping is just to not really quite believe it, so I keep thinking everything is suddenly going to go wrong and that keeps me grounded.
"But also, it's like a dream come true."