A police dog stabbed in the head and chest while on duty in Stevenage is ready to return to the front-line.
PC Dave Wardell and Finn were attempting to arrest a suspected robber when they were attacked.
Finn had to undergo life-saving surgery but just 10 weeks on he is ready to go back to work after passing a series mental and physical tests.
I couldn't think of anyone I'd rather work with than Finn he is absolutely amazing and like I said he gives you 100 percent so to be able to go out with him tomorrow and Wednesday is gonna be phenomenal, regardless of whether we get any results or not. Just having him there by my side again is just gonna be absolutely amazing, I can't wait.
A 19 year old man has been killed and his 17 year old female passenger was seriously injured in a car crash in Stevenage.
He was driving a black Suzuki Swift that hit a road sign on Lytton Way, opposite the police station, at seven minutes past midnight.
The man died at the scene and the woman was taken to Addenbrooke's hospital in Cambridge.
Hertfordshire Police are appealing for witnesses and information.
Stevenage boss Darren Sarll has been nominated for the League Two Manager of the Month award for November.
Boro went the whole month unbeaten and picked up impressive away wins at Accrington Stanley and Portsmouth.
Sarll is up against Wycombe's Gareth Ainsworth, Blackpool's Gary Bowyer and Doncaster Rovers' Darren Ferguson for the prize.
Sarll will take his team to bottom of the table Newport County in League Two tonight, who are now managed by Graham Westley.
Mercedes are considering Fernando Alonso as a replacement for retiring world champion Nico Rosberg.
But two-time championship winner Alonso is about to enter the final year of his three-year deal with McLaren, meaning Mercedes may have to look elsewhere.
"You have to consider Fernando," Mercedes boss Toto Wolff told Sky Sports' F1 Special: Nico The Brave show.
"He is a driver I respect a lot. He combines talent, speed and experience. It's all there.
"But he is in a contract with McLaren-Honda at the moment and we just need to weigh all the other options up."
Mercedes face a race against time to bring in a new driver alongside Lewis Hamilton, with pre-season testing due to begin in February.
Rosberg made his surprise announcement last week, just five days after sealing the drivers' championship.
New Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg has sensationally quit the sport with immediate effect.
The German driver, who races for Brackley-based Mercedes, has decided to call time on his career after achieving his dream of winning the world championship on Sunday.
Many people had been looking forward to seeing Rosberg renew his rivalry with Stevenage's Lewis Hamilton next season, but that now won't be the case.
Since 25 years in racing, it has been my dream, my ‘one thing’ to become Formula One World Champion.
Through the hard work, the pain, the sacrifices, this has been my target.And now I’ve made it. I have climbed my mountain, I am on the peak, so this feels right.
My strongest emotion right now is deep gratitude to everybody who supported me to make that dream happen.
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It appears new Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg celebrated his title as you expect - by partying long into the night.
The German tweeted a picture of the lively post-season bash last night in which he quite understandably looked a little worse for wear!
Rosberg beat his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton to the championship, despite Hamilton winning the final race in Abu Dhabi yesterday.
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Stevenage's Lewis Hamilton will start tomorrow's all-important Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on pole after a dominant display in qualifying.
The 31-year-old finished more than three tenths of a second ahead of his Mercedes teammate Rosberg who will join Hamilton on the front row.
Milton-Keynes Red Bull complete the top three, with Daniel Ricciardo lining up in third.
Despite Hamilton's performance, Rosberg remains the big favourite to win the world championship title tomorrow.
If the German finishes third or above he will be crowned champion, regardless of what Hamilton does.