TODAY'S flashback focuses on 2015 - when a big-hearted lottery winner was celebrating scooping £25,000 by sharing the surprise windfall with her neighbours.

Elizabeth Nairn told the Tele of her stock after a surprise knock at the door from a representative of the prize draw revealed she had landed a cash bonanza.

Rather than splashing the money on herself, the pensioner planned to treat her friends with a big bash at her local pub.

Elizabeth said: "I thought it was going to be a few pounds - I couldn't believe it when they said the amount."

Also making headlines were two high-flying DJs who were in a spin after bagging a top gig at one of the UK’s most prestigious dance events, alongside some of the industry’s biggest names.

Former James Watt College sound production students John Fitzpatrick and John Sims, aka Fitzy & Simy, were added to the bill for Coloursfest at Braehead Arena.

It was a dream come true for the dynamic duo following a massive gig at The Arches.

Inspectors gave top marks for a local after-school club.

Kidz Fun Club at Lyle Kirk in Campbell Street received four very good grades across the service.

They received very good ratings for the quality of staffing, management and leadership, quality of care, support and environment.

In other news, a new generation of engineers, entrepreneurs and business leaders were set to kickstart their careers in Inverclyde.

Employers across the district were investing in the future by taking on young people through modern apprentice programmes.

As it was Scottish Apprenticeship Week, the Tele spoke to some of the young people who were coming to the end of their training.

In Morton news, newly-crowned title winner Lee Kilday said his record as the only ever-present in their League One campaign was a real source of pride for him.

The right-back was the one Ton player to appear in all 44 of the club’s competitive matches, starting 43 and making one sub appearance.

He was in the first 11 for all 36 league matches, playing the full 90 minutes in all but two, and admitted it was an achievement that gave him great satisfaction.