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Coventry Crime Files: Arsenic poisoner killed his wife and child

CoventryLive is looking back over some of the region’s most famous and gruesome crimes from our bloody past. Among them are murders and poisonings, together with their resulting executions, with some dating back more than 200 years. Crime reporter Ben...

Sunday, 15:25 in Regional West
 

Greg Kelly murder trial: What was said in court?

The two men who killed a young dad in a street attack have been handed life sentences in prison. Robert Keavey and Phillip Picken will be jailed for a minimum of 18 years before they are considered for release. It comes after 26-year-old Kelly was run...

Sunday, 13:46 in Regional West
 

All the things that happen to your body when you don't have sex

Ann Summers is the adult store which brands itself as “sexual innovation experts”. And the chain has developed a month-long challenge for couples to try out exciting new things. Ann Summers boasts over 140 high street stores in the UK, Ireland, and...

Sunday, 13:30 in Regional West
 

HMRC scam warning - these are the ways you can protect yourself

HM Revenue and Customs has released an up-to-date list of genuine emails and text alerts it is sending to its customers. The gov.uk website has released a fresh list of ways the HMRC could contact people after the latest round of fake scams. While...

Sunday, 13:27 in Regional West
 

Two arrested for firearms offences following incident in Leamington

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of firearms offences following an incident in Leamington on Friday. Police responded to reports of two men with firearms attempting to gain entry into a property on Buckley Road, Leamington, at around 12.13pm on...

Sunday, 12:31 in Regional West
 

Head of Courtaulds lab and one of first to hear of DNA discovery dies aged 95

An ex-boss of a large Coventry manufacturing firm, who was one of the first people to hear about the discovery of the structure of DNA, has died at the age of 95. Lawrence Brown, the former head of the Acetate and Synthetic Fibres Laboratory on...

Sunday, 12:31 in Regional West
 

Wasps' boss Dai Young explains Danny Cipriani and Joe Simpson calls and why he is waiting for disciplinary...

"What comes around, goes around" is not a proverb Dai Young believes too heavily in given Wasps' recent disciplinary fortunes. After seeing both Leicester Tigers and Sale Sharks escape red card offences in back-to-back defeats, the black and...

Sunday, 11:51 in Sport
 

It's in Coventry City's hands - What we learned as Sky Blues see off Crawley

Formation change Mark Robins switched back to the 4-2-3-1 formation he favoured earlier in the season and although it still needs perfecting, it enables the manager to get another goal threat on the field. Jordan Ponticelli was that man, deployed...

Sunday, 11:36 in Sport
 

Mark Robins on a decent Coventry City display, the play-off race and fitness updates

The Sky Blues slipped out of the top seven ahead of kick-off due to Mansfield’s lunchtime victory at Chesterfield, but Ponticelli’s brace at Crawley Town lifted City back into contention, and up to sixth place with four games to go. This was the...

Sunday, 11:36 in Sport
 

Police issue urgent appeal after man disappears during medical treatment

A man has gone missing in Coventry while he was in the middle of receiving medical treatment. Police are looking for 22-year-old Michael Cawley, who disappeared yesterday. The 22-year-old was believed to have been receiving medical treatment at the...

Sunday, 11:31 in Regional West
 

Motorists hit by £170,000 parking fines in just TWO years

More than £170,000 has been forked out in fines in just TWO years after illegally parked motorists were caught in Nuneaton and Bedworth. Latest information from a Freedom of Information (FOI) Act request has revealed there have been 5,722 Penalty...

Sunday, 11:31 in Regional West
 

Then and Now: How Coventry aims to recapture motor city title

Coventry is at a real crossroads with hopes running high it can become the UK’s motor city once again. The Midlands was always the traditional home of car production in the UK but Coventry was its undisputed heart. When car making first got going in...

Sunday, 11:23 in Regional West
 

These 16 household items have an expiry date - but you didn't know

It's usually pretty clear when things around the house go off. They grow mould, or they go a funny colour, or they start to stink. There's not much room for ambiguity, and you know that it's time to cut your losses, and chuck them out. The problem is...

Sunday, 10:47 in Regional West
 

Heavy rain on the way for Coventry and Warwickshire - hour-by-hour forecast

You may be forgiven for thinking spring had finally arrived yesterday thanks to blue skies and that big orange thing in the sky we've been missing for so long. Well, we hope you got out there are enjoyed it yesterday because things are taking a turn...

Sunday, 09:21 in Regional West
 

'Back in the mix' - player ratings, report and reactions after a vital Coventry City victory

Mini report A Jordan Ponticelli brace provided the perfect pick-me-up for the Sky Blues who strengthened their grip on the League Two play-off positions with victory at mid-table Crawley Town. The 19-year-old striker was handed his first start since...

Sunday, 04:58 in Sport
 


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