Scientists in Norwich are working on a new form of barley that is resistant to extreme hot and dry conditions
A woman who's campaigned tirelessly for women in the boardroom is among the Queen's Birthday Honours for Milton Keynes
Suffolk guide dog campaigner is one of many honoured
The Duchess of Cambridge has helped launch the official British Americas Cup bid in London today.
She joined Sir Ben Ainslie, who will head Britain's crew at the next event in 2017.
But it could be one of the most familiar faces in Formula One who helps design the yacht.
Colchester-born Adrian Newey, from Red Bull Racing of Milton Keynes, has been sounded out to help Britain's bid to win yachting's America's Cup
Newey is the most successful designer in Formula One motor racing, having won world championships with Williams, McLaren and Red Bull.
The approach for Newey has come from Sir Ben Ainslie, Ainslie says that Newey is keen to help. He recently signed a new contract with Red Bull allowing him to work on new projects.
Prince Harry, a former Wattisham based Apache pilot, has praised the people of Suffolk during a visit to the county.
He started with a visit to Inspire Suffolk in Ipswich where he got to put his trainers on and have a kick about with children at the sport and education charity before moving on to the second day of the Suffolk Show
There he spoke fondly of the county where he was based for more than three years.
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Prince Harry has been playing football and rugby with youngsters at Inspire Suffolk.
He faced penalties and also joined a game of touch rugby.
Prince Harry has been saving penalties during a football training session with youngsters in Suffolk.
He's been visiting Inspire Suffolk and arrived in a polo shirt and trainers ready to join in the action.
He clearly enjoyed playing both football and rugby with the youngsters.
Prince Harry also happily posed with the youngsters for a team photograph afterwards.