Nottingham Panthers have won the Continental Cup final to become the first British ice hockey team to claim a major European trophy.
They took Europe's second-tier event with a 4-1 victory over Italian hosts Ritten. Panthers were the lowest-ranked side in the event and beat teams from Denmark and Kazakhstan to reach the final.
Watch these highlights of the game from Panthers TV to get a flavour of the game and watch the moment the team won:
An ejector seat manufacturer has appeared in court charged with breaching the Health and Safety at Work Act over the death of a Red Arrows pilot.
The charge relates to the death of Flight Lieutenant Sean Cunningham at RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire, in 2011.
Martin Baker Aircraft Company Ltd, of Lower Road, Higher Denham, near Uxbridge, Buckinghamshire, made no indication of plea at Lincoln Magistrates' Court.
The case will be next heard at Lincoln Crown Court in February.
Members of Flt Lt Cunningham's family were in attendance at court during the brief hearing.
The experienced pilot and Iraq war veteran died after his ejector seat initiated during the pre-flight checks of his Hawk XX177 jet while on the ground and stationary at the Lincolnshire airbase, the Health and Safety Executive said.
The Tunisian gunman's route - said to be approximately 2.9km from the point he was dropped off to the point he was killed - was digitally reconstructed and shown to the inquest into the beach massacre.
Pictures of the 38 victims appeared in the locations where they were shot.
Mobile phone footage of part of the attack recorded by a Tunisian witness was shown, and the clip featured loud gunshots, shouting, and people running in panic.
Part of the clip - which captured bodies - was pixellated, and it featured the sounds of more gunfire towards the end.
Another clip, described as "very graphic" by Ms Leek, showed the gunman's body lying face down on a road with blood on the ground beside him after he was shot.
A man has been charged with manslaughter following the death of a man in Derby.
Richard Last, 31, of Bridgeside Way, Spondon, is due to appear before Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court on February 10.
Oliver Falivena died on September 6 last year after he was assaulted in the city centre on Bank Holiday Monday.
Officers travelling to a different incident came across an altercation in the Market Place, on the Guildhall side of the fountain, at around 1am that Monday.
Mr Falivena (22) was taken to the Derby Royal Hospital and then the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham, where he later died.