Lift-cadging cat from Rugby sings along as it gets a ride in a bicycle basket.
A young West Ham fan seen tearfully reacting to his side's humiliation at Nottingham Forest has been offered a VIP apology by the club.
The RFU relived England's rugby triumph of 10 years ago, moment by moment, in a live tweet stream complete with highlights - and that kick.
It is possible that the new Coventry City stadium could be built just two miles from the Ricoh Arena, according to the Coventry Telegraph.
The potential site in Exhall would be a five minute drive from the club’s former home.
The club has unveiled images of what it might look like, which can be seen here.
The crash involving a tree and a car, which left 3 people injured, happened at 6.00pm on the A45 between Coventry and Rugby.
A 19-year-old man has been taken to hospital with serious, head, face and chest injuries.
The driver and another passenger were both described by ambulance crews as walking wounded.
Today marks ten years since England won the Rugby World Cup. There were seven players from Leicester Tigers in the squad, including captain Martin Johnson and also former Leicester coach Clive Woodward. Both will be attending a celebration dinner tonight at Welford Road.
Volunteers who helped look after a chapel of rest at a cemetery in Warwickshire, say they're devastated after it was gutted by fire on Remembrance Sunday.
It's thought the damage caused by the blaze at the Watts Lane Cemetery in Rugby could cost tens of thousands of pounds to repair. Police are investigating and are treating it as arson. Chris Halpin reports.
Sean Lawson, head of environmental services at Rugby Borough Council, said he was "appalled" by the arson attack which took place at a newly refurbished chapel in Rugby.
A member of a cemetery chapel which was destroyed by an arson attack at the weekend said she "could not believe" what had happened.
Grace Hamp, who has been a member of the chapel for the past 20 years said, "it's so sad and mindless because it's never done anybody any harm and it's there for anybody who wants it and needs it."
"It's difficult to put into words," she added, "we're just horrified at what they've done."
Council chiefs have condemned the "mindless vandals" who destroyed a cemetery chapel in Rugby.
Rugby Borough Council's cabinet member for environment, Councillor Dr Mark Williams, said parts of the chapel were "irreplaceable".
– Councillor Dr Mark Williams, Rugby Borough Council
I am bitterly disappointed by this mindless act of vandalism.
Not only have these vandals destroyed a beautiful chapel, but they have also robbed mourners of a peaceful place for worship and contemplation.
We will rebuild and repair the chapel, but it looks like the historic cemetery bier is beyond saving. It is irreplaceable.