The family of a man who was given controversial end of life care at Addenbrooke's hospital says it feels let down following an Inquest.
Stevenage manager Graham Westley is encouraged by his team's last two performances, but admits they need to start winning games quickly.
Stevenage take on Everton in the fourth round of the FA Cup tomorrow.
The wet weather that's greeted New Year's Day has claimed two of our football matches already.
In League One Stevenage v Gillingham is off and in League Two Northampton v Chesterfield has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
League One strugglers Stevenage have revealed that they will listen to offers for star winger Luke Freeman in the January transfer window after a number of Championship sides enquired about his availability.
Boro have previously resisted offers for the 21-year-old, but with the club in financial difficulty, Freeman may now have to be sold in order to balance the books.
The former Gillingham trainee earned a move to Arsenal as a 16-year-old but failed to break into the first team at the Emirates.
However, his form for Stevenage has led to several admiring glances from clubs higher up the Football League pyramid, and Chairman Phil Wallace has now conceded that Freeman could move on next month:
"Luke has been brilliant for us, but we are under water financially and if the right offer comes in for him and for us, we shall have to consider rebuilding without him," Wallace told the club's official website.
"Due to the carryover of contracts from last season, our budget is the highest in our history and a good part of the overspend is invested in players that Graham Westley would choose not to have, given a choice.
"That would be manageable if our gates were rising, but we are 6 figures down on gate income over last season at the half way mark so it's hurting.
"But we're an optimistic lot at Stevenage and it would be a brave man that bet against us not enjoying a strong second half to the season"
The club have also confirmed that record signing James Dunne, striker Dani Lopez and midfielder Robin Shroot could all be sold when the transfer window opens.
Scientists in the East are celebrating the successful launch of the most powerful space telescope ever built.
Gaia will travel four times the distance of the moon, mapping the precise positions of a billion stars, and sending the information back to Cambridge University.
Sarah Beecroft watched the launch live from Astrium in Stevenage, where much of the work on the satellite was carried out.
Click below to watch a report from Sarah Beecroft
Scientists in Stevenage are celebrating the successful launch of the most powerful space telescope ever built.
Gaia will travel four times the distance of the moon to map the precise positions and distances of a billion stars.
The European Space Agency's five year mission will help scientists understand how the Milky Way galaxy is built up.
Much of the work on the satellite was carried out at Astrium in Stevenage.
The European Space Agency's billion-star surveyor, Gaia, has been launched into space on a Soyuz rocket.
Gaia is set to embark on a five-year mission to map the stars in 3D with unprecedented precision and discover thousands of previously unknown objects, including exploding stars, planets orbiting other suns, and nearby asteroids.
British scientists and engineers have played key roles in the design and construction of the two-tonne space telescope, which blasted off from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.
Scientists also hope Gaia will yield clues about mysterious Dark Matter and Dark Energy.
A satellite being launched into orbit around the sun today was partly built in Stevenage. The Gaia satellite will be mapping a billion stars and all the data will be sent to earth via a computer built at Astrium. The company also made the satellite's propulsion system.
The Prince of Wales was in Stevenage today visiting the Coptic Orthodox Church Centre to show his support for Christians in the Middle East where for decades there have been a number of conflicts.
Accompanied by Prince Ghazi of Jordan, the pair from totally different parts of the world had a clear aim - to draw attention to the importance of harmony between different faiths and remember those facing conflicts in places like Egypt.
As Prince Charles walked around happily chatting many took photo's to remember the occasion and one young boy managed to take a 'Selfie' with him and His Highness.
"I went up to him and said if I could take a photograph of him - and then well I didn't wait for the body guards to push me out of the way and I just took a picture."
The National Crime Agency is investigating a fresh series of football match-fixing allegations after claims that a former Stevenage player said he could influence games in return for cash.
Sam Sodje allegedly boasted that he could control events such as bookings, according to allegations in the Sun on Sunday_
It is also alleged that Sodje punched an opponent in the groin to get sent off and receive a bung of £70,000. The incident allegedly occurred when he was playing for Portsmouth against Oldham Athletic in February this year. Sodje made 32 appearances for Stevenage when they were a non-league side