A team of online volunteers have helped to restore a crinkled photograph of a Milton Keynes war veteran, after an appeal from his grandson.
The daughter of Terry Lightfoot, who played with greats such as Louis Armstrong, has paid tribute to her father who died at the weekend.
The Queen has honoured a selection of people across Buckinghamshire in the New Year's Honours list.
A CCTV camera has captured the dramatic moment an estate agent leapt onto the bonnet of a getaway car, after two armed robbers raided a jewellers in Buckinghamshire.
Plans for a high speed rail link between London and Birmingham, crossing parts of Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire, could generate billions for the economy and create thousands of jobs, according to the Government.
Today the Transport Secretary announced an HS2 growth task-force to maximise the rail scheme's economic benefits. But others say the plans are a huge waste of money.
A food company is set to move its dairy from Leicestershire to a new site in Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire.
Arla Foods said it wanted to move production from Ashby-de-la-Zouch, with the loss of up to 370 jobs.
Subject to a consultation process, the closure will start in October and be completed by next April.
Lars Dalsgaard, head of Arla UK's supply chain, said: "Our new dairy in Aylesbury is on track to be processing milk, commercially, by the autumn and volumes are ahead of our original expectations.
"In line with our long-term business goal, we intend to maximise the use of our well-invested dairies, complemented by our new, cutting-edge processing facility in Aylesbury, to meet the requirements of our customers."
By dismissing all seven grounds of appeal and declining to refer the case to Europe, this is the second time in four months a court has rejected attempts to derail HS2.
Parliament is the right place to debate the merits of HS2, not the law courts, and we will introduce the hybrid bill for Phase One before the year is out.
– High Speed Rail minister Simon Burns
I urge opponents not to waste any more taxpayers' money on expensive litigation and instead work with us on making HS2 the very best it can be.
We continue to move forward with the crucial business of getting the scheme ready for construction in 2017 and delivering enormous benefits for the country.
The Court of Appeal has rejected the latest challenges to Government plans to pursue the HS2 national high-speed rail project, which is to link London with the West Midlands, the North West and Yorkshire.
Fifteen councils and many other objectors, including residents' associations along the route, had asked the appeal judges to order further assessment of the project.
The judges dismissed all grounds of challenge but gave the go-ahead for a final appeal to the Supreme Court, the highest court in the country.
Motor sport manufacturer Honda is to set up a factory in Milton Keynes for their return to Formula One for the 2015 season.
It will also mean a return to the region for Honda. They used to be based at Brackley in Northamptonshire - the current home of Mercedes. They will supply engines for the McLaren team.
Two carers from a care home near Milton Kenyes are facing 19 charges of ill treatment or neglect after a photograph taken by their manager that allegedly shows them asleep on a night shift.
The prosecution claim Titilayo Ajala and Henretta Offae had unplugged the alarms of elderly patients at the Westlands care home in Olney so that they would not be disturbed.
Watch Elodie Harper's report below...
A court has been shown a photograph that allegedly shows two carers asleep on a nightshift at a care home near Milton Keynes.
Aylesbury Crown Court's been told that Titilayo Ajala and Henretta Offae were found apparently asleep. The court heard they had unplugged the alarms of elderly patients at the Westlands care home in Olney so that they would not be disturbed.
The pair face 19 charges of ill-treatment or neglect.
The jury was told the picture was taken by the care home manager in an unannounced visit at 2.40am on August 18 2011.
The defence put it to team leader Barbara May that Ms Offae was not asleep but was resting and had her eyes closed.
The trial continues.
Reports of stop-start traffic due to animals on road on M1 Southbound between J14 A509 (Milton Keynes) and J13 A421 / A507 Salford Road / Bedford Road (Bedford / Milton Keynes South).
One lane closed and queueing traffic due to an accident on M1 Northbound between J12 A5120 (Flitwick) and J13 A421 / A507 Salford Road / Bedford Road (Bedford / Milton Keynes South).