Rebecca Spencer is named as one of the top 10 photographers of the year. She only started the hobby 7 years ago to take pictures of her son.
Behind the scenes at the classic Oz prequel heading for Milton Keynes
Veterans have gathered at Bletchley Park near Milton Keynes to celebrate the 70th anniversary of a computer credited with stopping Hitler.
Prison suicides have reached their highest level for 6 years. The Howard League for Penal Reform says 70 people killed themselves in custody last year.
Woodhill Prison near Milton Keynes recorded one of the highest numbers of self-inflicted deaths, with four inmates dying last year. Norwich Prison in Norfolk and Chelmsford Prison in Essex each recorded three self-inflicted deaths
A recruitment campaign for the British Army will target job seekers in Milton Keynes today. A clinic will be held at the town's Jobcentre Plus on Queensway from 1100 this morning.
The campaign is running across the South East and aims to highlight the full range of full-time and part-time careers available in the army, from brick laying to infantry soldiers.
Whether we see electric powered transport in the future could depend on the success or failure of a pilot scheme started today in Milton Keynes.
Eight battery powered buses are taking over a bus route through the town, using wireless technology to charge up rather than plugging into the mains. But as Elodie Harper reports the groundbreaking trial got off to a bumpy start...
A five-year trial of an all-electric bus route has been launched in Milton Keynes.
Eight electric buses are taking over a route - number 7 - and will run a 17-hour daily service, with each bus covering more than 56,000 miles a year.
The initiative, launched today by Transport Minister Baroness Kramer, will be carefully monitored to see if electric buses can perform on a par with their diesel counterparts.
The new buses are able to recharge their batteries wirelessly during their working day, with charging plates set into the road transferring power directly to receiving plates underneath the bus.
Lady Kramer said today: "These ultra-low emission buses will offer the travelling public a quieter, smoother journey as well as cutting carbon and improving air quality. ."
Professor John Miles of Cambridge University, and director of the Milton Keynes electric bus programme, said: "Wireless charging can bring electric buses in from the cold, and potentially put them neck-and-neck with their diesel counterparts."
Milton Keynes council leader Andrew Geary said: " Route 7 buses carry nearly 800,000 passengers each year, so it's the perfect way to really put electric buses through their paces."
The ultimate aim of the initiative is to use the data collected by the Milton Keynes trial to demonstrate the technical and economic viability of low-carbon public transport. This data could be used to kick-start electric bus projects in other towns and cities worldwide.
Milton Keynes MP @iainastewart asks PM to visit Bletchley following royal pardon for Alan Turing, David Cameron says he would love to visit
A boy from Milton Keynes with a passion for cooking has created a special recipe for a new charity cookbook.
Johnathan He has devised a three course meal for the book which will help fund the Wellchild charity's work.
"I'm very, very pleased with the cookbook," he said.
"I just love food, so I love cooking!"
He has a rare genetically inherited condition and he met Prince Harry when he won the 'Inspirational Child Prize' at the WellChild Awards last year.
The youngster has even been reminiscing about his favourite joke, which he told the Prince at the awards ceremony back in September.
Click below to hear Johnathan's joke
At 7pm on Christmas Eve there were 9 Flood Warnings in force in the Anglia region along with 20 of the lower level Flood Alerts.
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.
A Milton Keynes MP has called on the Government to consider whether more could be done to vet companies that set up Christmas fairs and festivals.
Iain Stewart told MPs he was concerned many people were left disappointed when the Winter Wonderland event in Milton Keynes was cancelled because of hundreds of complaints.