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Boss of Coventry tip thanks emergency services for rescuing digger driver after 50ft fall

The boss of Coventry’s main tip has said a full investigation will be carried out after a digger driver fell 50ft in to a rubbish pit. The driver miraculously escaped with just minor injuries despite being trapped for around three hours after the inciden

today, 19:26 in Regional West

Wasps appoint former MOD man to board to help with Ricoh Arena security

Wasps have appointed a new director with Ministry of Defence connections to help beef up security at the Ricoh Arena. Christopher Holland has joined the Wasps’ board as non-executive director. Mr Holland also has more than 30 years’ experience in law enf

today, 19:26 in Regional West

Pensioners petition against five-block flats plan

Upset pensioners have petitioned against plans to turn a bungalow into a five-block flat literally on their doorstep. They fear the proposal to turn the small bungalow at 120 Lutterworth Road into a five self-contained flats will not only intrude in thei

today, 19:26 in Regional West

One of the rarest Jaguars ever goes on show

A recently restored classic, which could be the rarest Jaguar ever, has gone on show for the first time in California. The 1954 XK120 SE by Pininfarina is a one-off as it features unique bodywork by the famed Italian coachbuilder and design house Pininfa

today, 19:26 in Regional West

The weather forecast for UK and European holiday hotspots on August 22

Jetting off for some fun in the sun or staying at home for rest and relaxation? Wherever you are heading, check out the forecast for these top resorts and home or abroad. Here’s the latest for destinations in the UK and overseas on August 22. Forecasts s

today, 19:26 in Regional West

How much sex should you be having at your age? Researchers have found out

Experts at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Reproduction and Gender at Indiana University in the US have discovered how much sex you should REALLY be having. The famous institute has been studying sexual behaviour for decades and their latest fi

today, 19:26 in Regional West

Coventry City digest: Tickets for Yeovil Town clash now on general sale

Tickets for Coventry City's trip to Yeovil Town on Saturday, August 26, are now on general sale. The Sky Blues travel to Huish Park this weekend looking to bounce back from their shock defeat to Newport County at the Ricoh Arena. City have been given an

today, 19:08 in Sport

Brides left fuming after wedding dresses not delivered as shop 'suddenly closes down'

Brides-to-be in the Midlands have been left fuming after the 'sudden closure' of a bridal shop in Birmingham. The women claim they have lost their dream dresses and cash after Emily Eve Bridal Boutique, based in Smallbrook Queensway, closed down in the l

today, 17:56 in Regional West

Jewellery thieves smash through shopping centre roof in daring early morning raid

A gang are believed to be responsible for raiding a jewellery shop which has forced the closure of a Nuneaton shopping centre. While the Abbeygate Shopping Centre still remains shut , it has been revealed that three suspects got into the shopping centre

today, 16:45 in Regional West

Callum Lees' cousin in plea to help catch suspect James Atherley

The cousin of Solihull murder victim Callum Lees has made a plea for help catch key suspect James Atherley. Atherley, 21, formerly of Wells Road in Solihull, is a key suspect who is wanted in connection with the murder, reports the Birmingham Mail. Detec

today, 16:45 in Regional West

Video shows shocking moment man throws a sheep in to a field

A shocking video has emerged of a man throwing a sheep in to a field. He is filmed carrying the sheep along a country road before hurling it in to the field. The defenceless animal can be seen landing awkwardly and lying on its back before attempting to

today, 16:20 in Regional West

Hunting with dogs on National Trust land could be banned

Hunting with dogs on National Trust land could be banned, it has emerged. In an unprecedented vote, trail hunting – in which hounds and riders follow a scent that was laid earlier – could be set to become prohibited. The activity is still allowed on trus

today, 16:20 in Regional West

Man goes vegan for one month - and this is what happened to him

How difficult can it be to stick to a plant-based diet for a month? A man has shared just what happened when he decided to go vegan for a month. Wales Online reporter Aled Blake set himself the challenge of sticking to a plant-based diet for 30 days . He

today, 16:20 in Regional West

West Midlands seeing a "mini-boom" in house price growth

Experts have revealed the West Midlands is seeing a “mini-boom” in house price growth. According to a new index, the prices of some properties in the region are rising at more than double the national average rate. It also reveals that swathes of central

today, 16:20 in Regional West

Rhys Jones 10 years on: How justice was done for murdered boy

It has been a decade since schoolboy Rhys Jones was murdered in a Liverpool pub car park as he walked home from football training. The 11-year-old Everton fan was shot in the Fir Tree pub car park in Croxteth in a crime which shocked the nation. Immediat

today, 16:03 in Regional West

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