Police have asked a man to tone down a Halloween display after parents complained it frightened children.
Two guests - a man in his 30s and a woman in her 20s - staying at an exclusive hotel in Essex have been found dead in a swimming pool.
Police investigating the disappearance of a 19-year-old woman, who detectives fear has been murdered, have arrested a 22-year-old man.
Two teenagers have been killed after being struck by a train at a station in Hertfordshire.
It is believed the teenage boy and girl - thought to be in their late teens - were already on the tracks when they were hit by the train just before 9pm last night.
Paramedics arrived on the scene quickly but soon realised there was nothing they could do to help the two.
The St Albans to Sutton service train involved in the incident wasn't carrying any passengers.
East of England Ambulance spokesman Gary Sanderson said: "First and foremost our thoughts are with the families and all involved in this tragic incident.
"On arrival it was evident nothing could be done and both patients were pronounced dead shortly after."
Breast cancer survivor Vicky Ayech, said she had not eaten for 24 hours when she was in hospital for surgery on her breast.
The 67-year-old from Hertfordshire added:
– Breast cancer survivor Vicky Ayech
I was taken up to the ward by 8.30pm after surgery on my breast - I was so hungry as I'd not eaten for 24 hours.
I was given a menu but didn't get any food until 11pm, and then it was only bread and jam.
After such an experience with nurses busy and impatient, I got myself discharged the next morning, earlier than was wise in retrospect.
The grandmother of a young woman who was found dead in a hotel swimming pool said she was a "lovely girl" who "did not drink alcohol or smoke".
Theresa Farma said shop manager Komba Kpakiwa, who also drowned in the pool at the luxury hotel, had planned the getaway to surprise his student girlfriend.
Speaking from her southeast London home, which she shared with 22-year-old Josephine Newahun Foday, Miss Farma said:
– Grandmother Theresa Farma
She was a lovely girl, happy and smiley,
She was very quiet, she went to church and did not drink alcohol or smoke. She wanted to be a nurse. To help people.
– Chris Falcus, manager of Down Hall Hotel
We wish to reiterate our condolences to the friends and families of the lady and gentleman concerned.
Both myself and the team at the hotel are deeply upset by what has happened.
The results of the post-mortem examination have concluded that the deaths of the two people were consistent with drowning, which puts an end to inappropriate speculation about our facilities.
An inquest has been opened and adjourned into the deaths of two people at a luxury country hotel in Essex.
A brief hearing heard that Komba Kpakiwa, 31, from Erith in Kent, and Josephine Newahun Foday, 22, from south London were found floating face down at about 7.30pm on Saturday.
Attempts were made to save them, but they were unsuccessful. Essex Police said that a provisional post-mortem examination found that their deaths were consistent with drowning.
A police spokesman said the deaths were not being treated as suspicious.
Witnesses, including hotel guests, had seen them alive in swimming gear 15 minutes earlier.
Police are focusing on the relationship between the victims as part of their investigation.
A man and a woman found dead in a swimming pool at a hotel have been named.
Komba Kpakiwa, 31, from Erith in Kent, and Josephine Newahun Foday, 22, from south London were discovered in the water at Down Hall Country House Hotel in Hatfield Heath, Essex, on Saturday evening.
An inquest into the deaths heard that Josephine Foday's birthday was the previous day and she was at the hotel to celebrate.
A man and a woman found dead in a swimming pool at Down Hall Country House Hotel in Essex have been named at an inquest in Chelmsford as Kpakia Komba, 31, from Erith in Kent, and Josephine Newahun Foday, 22, from London.
Provisional results of the post mortem examinations on two hotel guests found under water in a hotel swimming pool have shown that their deaths were consistent with drowning.
The man in his 30s and a woman in her 20s has been staying together at the Down Hall Country House Hotel in Hatfield Heath
Essex police are continuing to investigate the circumstances leading up to their deaths but are treating them as non-suspicious.
The man has been formally identified but the woman has not, and any names will not be released prior to the opening of an inquest hearing, a police statement said.
– Morven Philp, guest
There were police and press at the entrance and we thought it was a fantastically realistic event.
It was only then that the police told us there had been a real incident and two people were dead.
The hotel had left us a voicemail message which we hadn't picked up. They allowed us to stay the night though the murder mystery evening had been cancelled.
Post-mortem examinations into the deaths of a man and woman who were found dead in the swimming pool of a luxury hotel in Essex on Saturday night will take place today.
The man and woman were described as being in their early 30s and early 20 respectively and have not been identified.
Police said on Sunday that they are treating the deaths as "unexplained" but are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
The swimming pool of the four-star hotel was cordoned off as police continued with their investigation.