Formula One champions Red Bull Racing based at Milton Keynes will be honoured with Freedom of the Borough in a ceremony tonight.
A puppy who was abandoned in a hedge in Norfolk with a note asking for a new home is preparing to move in with his new family.
A junior radio worker wept in the toilets moments after, veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis, launched a "horrible" assault on her, a court heard.
An investigation is underway into what caused a warehouse in Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire to catch fire.
More than 60 firefighters were called to the blaze at Renny Park Road yesterday afternoon. Witnesses said they heard an explosion before flames were seen.
Sixty firefighters are trying to bring a massive warehouse fire under control in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire.The alarm was raised shortly before 2pm today that a fire had broken out in the building.
Fire crews from Newport Pagnell, Olney, Broughton, Bletchley, Great Holm, Buckingham, Aylesbury, Dunstable, Princes Risborough and Woburn were called to the scene.Residents are advised to keep their doors and windows shut.
There have been no reported injuries.
The trial of former Radio One DJ Dave Lee Travis, who is accused of a series of sexual offences, is due to begin today.
The 68-year-old, who used to live in Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire, will appear at Southwark Crown Court under his real name, David Patrick Griffin.
Travis, of Buckinghamshire, faces 12 counts of indecent assault, dating between 1976 and 2003, and one count of sexual assault in 2008.
One of his alleged assault victims was aged just 15 at the time.
Yesterday a pool of 40 potential jurors were asked if they or a close family member had worked for the BBC, Chiltern Radio or Classic Gold FM, or had been involved with Scotland Yard's Operation Yewtree, under which Travis was arrested.
The potential jurors were also given a list of the names of witnesses in case they know any of them.
Judge Anthony Leonard warned them not to research the case, and said: "You will try the case on the information obtained here in this court and nothing else."
The trial is due to last up to six weeks.
Auditions are being held today for a living history project at the Bletchley Park wartime code-breaking centre in Buckinghamshire.
Local actors will play characters that were at the centre in 1941, when Britain was in great peril. They will be performing during half term next month.
A group of parents in Milton Keynes have organised their own winter wonderland after the failure of a similar event last weekend.
Many children were left disappointed by the wonderland at the borough's Campbell Park which was closed after complaints.
Stuart Leithes reports.