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Wasps target improved discipline in quest for top two Premiership finish

Given that Wasps lead the table, it is remarkable that only the Premiership’s bottom three, plus Newcastle, have shipped more than the 346 in their debit column. This is of course more than offset by the whopping 478 they have claimed at the other end, b

Monday, 17:21 in Sport

"It's woeful": Coventry City fan slams organisation as disabled season ticket holders queue for hours for...

Fans hoping to see Coventry City play at Wembley have slammed how ticket sales have been organised. Hundreds of fans began queuing up at the club's ticket office at the Butts Park Arena to snag their tickets to see the Sky Blues play in the Checkatrade T

Monday, 17:16 in Regional West

Coventry and Warwickshire Heroes 2017: We need your help to find unsung heroes

We are looking for the real heroes of our region to be honoured with the awards they deserve in our Coventry and Warwickshire Heroes 2017. If you know someone of any age who may have shown outstanding bravery, run phenomenal fundraising campaigns, or gon

Monday, 16:21 in Regional West

Coventry City at Wembley: Thousands of tickets sold already

Coventry City have already sold nearly 11,000 tickets for the Checkatrade Trophy final. On the first day of sale, match tickets went on priority sale to season ticket holders this morning, with each person eligible to buy up to six tickets for the match.

Monday, 15:54 in Sport

'The first 40 minutes was as bad as Wasps have been this season'

Midlands' rugby writer Paul Smith discusses the weekend's Premiership, National One and local Midlands rugby action in our weekly Rugby Video Verdict. Follow the links below for comprehensive coverage of our local clubs: Aviva Premiership: Sale Sharks v

Monday, 15:25 in Sport

European workers urge Theresa May to end uncertainty over right to stay

Workers including nurses, charity staff and teaching assistants have voiced fears about their future status during a protest over their right to remain in the UK. Scores of foreign nationals lobbied MPs in Parliament as they urged the Government to guara

Monday, 15:21 in Regional West

Two senior UKIP officials quit over party's 'insensitivity' about Hillsborough

Two senior Ukip officials in Liverpool have quit over the party's "crass insensitivity" over the Hillsborough tragedy. Stuart Monkcom, the chairman of leader Paul Nuttall's own branch in Liverpool, and Adam Heatherington, chairman of the...

Monday, 15:21 in Regional West
Fancy a £50k job looking after adorable labradors? Thank us later

Fancy a £50k job looking after adorable labradors? Thank us later

Want a change of city life to the country? Good at cooking and love labradors? And fancy a rent-free cottage all to yourself? We have now found your dream job. It’s even better if you fancy living all this up with your better half. It is a while from Cov

Monday, 15:21 in Regional West
This horrendous hotel is the worst in Coventry - according to TripAdvisor

This "horrendous" hotel is the worst in Coventry - according to TripAdvisor

A hotel “worse than you could imagine” has been branded Coventry’s grimmest residence - according to TripAdvisor. A mammoth 221 of the 301 reviews on TripAdvisor rank the Hylands Hotel on Warwick Road as ‘terrible’. Reviews on the popular review website

Monday, 15:21 in Regional West

Live: Nicola Payne - police resume digging up woodland at Coombe Abbey in search for missing mum

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Watch this video again Video will play in  Det Chf Insp Martin Slevin on search for Nicola Payne Share this video Watch Next Police search teams are back at C

Monday, 15:02 in Regional West
Sinister secret of born-again Christian healer exposed - but his wife refuses to believe it

Sinister secret of born-again Christian healer exposed - but his wife refuses to believe it

A Coventry man who posed as a born-again Christian healer to cover up his grim past as a child rapist is “innocent”, his wife maintains. To friends and neighbours, Peter Harvey, 58, was a deeply spiritual man, putting his healing hands on others and offe

Monday, 14:40 in Regional West

My tent or yours? four other learnings from Wasps' Premiership defeat at Sale

Getting off on the wrong foot Wasps’ first half display was certainly their worst since the second period at Gloucester in November, and possibly since the last dismal display at the AJ Bell Stadium in January 2016. The home side looked much the hungrier

Monday, 13:44 in Sport

Could new Amazon warehouse just 30 minutes away hit Coventry plans?

A massive Amazon warehouse due to open in Daventry will not affect plans for a base in Coventry, the Telegraph understands. Coventry council granted planning permission for a warehouse the size of eight football pitches and the height of three double dec

Monday, 13:40 in Regional West

McDonald's wants to know where Coventry's dirtiest streets are

McDonald's will be swapping making Big Macs to cleaning up Big Mucks - but they need you help in finding the city’s ‘grot spots’. The fast-food giant is asking local residents which streets in Coventry they think need a good clean. McDonald's will then p

Monday, 13:40 in Regional West

April new car tax rules - here's what you need to know

One of the biggest overhauls of the UK car tax system is set to come into effect in just a few weeks and could change what you have to pay every year to keep your vehicle on the road. The rules which will be introduced on April 1, 2017, mean seven out of

Monday, 12:52 in Regional West

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