A 32-year-old apprentice builder has proven it is never too late to go back to school, after being named Student of the Year.
Cash-strapped Hinckley Utd are now no longer a football club after being officially wound up at a hearing this morning.
Two dentists from Leicestershire have been spared jail after being convicted of defrauding the NHS of over forty six thousand pounds.
Bosses at Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council say they hope the town's football club can continue to exist.
– Statement from Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council
The council considers the football club to be a valuable community asset and therefore will be keeping a watching brief.
We will commence dialogue with the appointed liquidator and hope that the historical issues that led the club to this position can be resolved for the benefit of football being played at the stadium into the future and to ensure it can continue to provide the community with the fantastic facilities it offers."
There are reports that cash-strapped Hinckley United have been officially wound up at a hearing at Birmingham High Court this morning.
The unofficial Hinckley United Twitter page said:
"At 11:15 this morning Hinckley United FC have ceased to exist. Thanks to all our players, fans & followers for all your support #GoodBye."
Southfield Road in Hinckley in Leicestershire, between Queen's Road and Thornfield Way, will be closed during this morning's rush hour because a three-foot-wide hole has appeared.
It has been caused by water erosion.
Leicestershire Fire and Rescue service say 3ft wide hole on a road in Leicestershire was caused after the road was "eroded by water."
Firefighters were called out just after 3.45pm this afternoon to reports of a hole in Southfield Road in Hinckley.
Police will remain at the scene overnight in the interests of public safety. The road will remain closed during rush hour tomorrow.
A road in Leicestershire is likely to remain closed for "some time" due to a 3ft-wide hole that appeared in the road surface this afternoon.
Officers at the scene say the drop beneath the hole is thought to be more than three feet.
Police will remain at the scene overnight in the interests of public safety and the road will be closed during rush hour tomorrow morning.
Utility companies are at the scene to investigate the cause but it is not thought to be a gas leak.
Southfield Road in Hinckley remains closed with police and fire crews in attendance due to a hole in the road.
Fire crews and police remain at the scene. It has been confirmed there is no gas leak.
MIRA, Hinckley: Aviation incident http://t.co/4xp6MKB4SI
East Midlands Ambulance Service attended a helicopter fire in Leicestershire last night.
The pilot managed to land the aircraft safely and was unhurt during the incident.
It happened near to MIRA on the A5.