Hertfordshire based eBay seller relists ad for the car that "ruined her life" after the auction website deleted it for swearing.Read the full story ›
A village is in mourning after its favourite feathered friend was killed when a gunman in a 4x4 allegedly shot it in the head.Read the full story ›
A judge said the man had "flagrantly abused" his mother's trust by charging her £400 a day for visits.Read the full story ›
Residents in Fontmell Close had to be evacuated after a 66ft (20m) sinkhole opened up overnight.Read the full story ›
A helicopter pilot miraculously walked away after crash landing upside down in a field.Read the full story ›
Police are hunting two men who attempted to snatch a teenage girl off a street in Hertfordshire.Read the full story ›
A 16-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of a man in Watford, Herfordshire.
The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is accused over the death of Aqeel Khan, 18, on Friday.
He was remanded into custody when he appeared at Hatfield remand court. The accused, of Watford, is due to appear before St Albans Youth Court on Wednesday.
Mr Khan was found injured in Croxley View at around 4.30 pm on Friday. He was taken to Watford General Hospital but died a short time later.
A nine-year-old boy born without ears has being given a new set by surgeons. They used cartilage from his ribs to create them.Read the full story ›
A runaway rhea named Rita who escaped from her enclosure in Hertfordshire almost two months ago has been shot dead by a gamekeeper - and will reportedly be turned into gourmet sausages.
The six-foot bird, which is native to South America, was killed by a single shot to the head by Stuart Howe, who told the The Daily Telegraph he understood that the police wanted the bird "out of the way" because they were worried that it could cause a car crash
Mr Howe, who is a deer manager, said it was better a professional marksman brought down the bird, and said the meat would be made into gourmet sausages.
"I suppose some people might say it is a shame the rhea is dead but it would be terrible if it caused someone to die in a car crash," the 65-year-old told the newspaper.
A Hertfordshire Police spokesman said that the bird's owner had previously given permission for the bird to be "dispatched if the situation deemed it necessary, which was the case" and was aware of its death.
Police have asked a man to tone down a Halloween display after parents complained it frightened children.Read the full story ›