A man has been found guilty of being part of a gang of pirates who murdered a tourist from Hertfordshire in Kenya.
Cancer patient Stephanie Knight, from Braughing in Hertfordshire has died at the age of 21.
A sculpture has been unveiled in Bishop's Stortford that was designed and built by people in the town.
A man and a woman have been found dead inside a house at Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshire. Police were called to the house in Norman Avenue on Friday afternoon by a member of the public who had become concerned about the occupants.
The joint police major crime investigation unit has been called in but the police say that at the moment they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths. Post mortem examinations on the bodies will be carried out tomorrow.
Some train services are being suspended as a result of overhead wire damage in the Stratfordarea, according to Greater Anglia.
Services between Stratford and Bishop's Stortford were initially diverted to Liverpool Street but have now been suspended from 15.47 this afternoon.
Services affected are the 15:47 Bishop's Stortford to Liverpool Street and the 16:47 Liverpool Street to Bishop's Stortford service.
A Hertfordshire woman snatched by pirates from an east African island flew back to Britain on Friday night after being released from captivity. Judith Tebbutt from Bishop's Stortford had been held hostage for more than six months after she was kidnapped off the Kenyan coast.
Mrs Tebbutt arrived at Heathrow's Terminal Three at 6.40pm, on a Virgin flight from Nairobi.After landing, Mrs Tebbutt, 57, was taken by uniformed officials to a secure area in Terminal Five. She was driven away in an unmarked police convoy at 7.40pm without speaking to reporters at the airport.
A woman from Hertfordshire snatched by pirates from an east African island flew back to Britain on Friday night after being released from captivity.
Judith Tebbutt from Bishop's Stortford had been held hostage for more than six months after she was kidnapped off the Kenyan coast, and has said she was "hugely relieved" to be free. Her husband, David, was killed in the kidnapping.
It's believed that a ransom of up to 800,000 pounds may have been paid for the release of Judith Tebbutt, the woman from Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshire who was kidnapped by Somali pirates.
Judith and her husband David were captured more than 6 months ago, while on holiday at the Kiwayu Safari Lodge resort in Kenya. He was shot dead during the abduction. As Judith prepares to fly home tonight, the Prime Minister praised her courage.