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There is an exact time you should go to sleep if you need to wake up at 7am for work

It turns out there's an exact time you need to go to sleep - depending on what time you need to wake up for work feeling suitably refreshed. With the handy information now readily available, groggy mornings need not be a regular occurrence anymore. You s

Tuesday, 16:15 in Regional West
 
Man told nurse he was going to shoot police and then himself

Man told nurse he was going to shoot police and then himself

A Coventry man told a nurse he was going to get a gun and “shoot police” and then turn the weapon on himself. Nigel Barwell’s shocking statement came after a stressful few years which included standing trial accused of killing missing mum Nicola Payne. H

Tuesday, 16:04 in Regional West
 

Fugitive flees on foot after police chase ends with devastating crash in Bedworth

A manhunt is underway after a police chase ended with a huge crash in Bedworth, hospitalising an innocent motorist. Police tried to stop a Ford Focus on the M6 motorway at junction three earlier this morning, but when he failed to comply, the pursuit con

Tuesday, 15:46 in Regional West
 
Letters - 'The only answer is to fold, then start up again. Play up United.'

Letters - 'The only answer is to fold, then start up again. Play up United.'

A commemorative tree was planted in November in the War Memorial Park for my fourth cousin Joseph Turton Cleaver, of the 1st/7th battalion , Royal Warwickshire Regiment, who was killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, July 1, 1916. The tree w

Tuesday, 15:14 in Regional West
 
Hundreds attend Chamber event to form business links across borders

Hundreds attend Chamber event to form business links across borders

Hundreds of companies crossed county boundaries to create new business links in the region. The Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce and Solihull Chamber of Commerce held a joint Business and Trade Expo at the Heart of England Conference Centre

Tuesday, 15:14 in Regional West
 

Inspector Morse creator Colin Dexter dies aged 86

Inspector Morse author Colin Dexter has died aged 86. A statement from his publisher, Macmillan, said: "With immense sadness, Macmillan announces the death of Colin Dexter, who died peacefully at home in Oxford this morning." He was best...

Tuesday, 15:00 in Regional West
 

Bogus council workers con money out of Nuneaton resident

Bogus council maintenance men conned money out a resident in Nuneaton . It has prompted a warning from Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council for people to be on their guard. Their plea follows an incident in the old Hill Top area when two men in a small

Tuesday, 15:00 in Regional West
 

Apple launches red iPhone 7 alongside new iPad

Apple has unveiled a new version of its iPad tablet computer and the first red version of the iPhone. The limited edition iPhone 7 is the result of a partnership with Aids charity (PRODUCT)RED, with proceeds from each device sale going towards programs r

Tuesday, 14:38 in Regional West
 

Robbie Williams just used the Keresley bus crash to plug his 'Heavy Entertainment' tour

Pop superstar Robbie Williams has come under fire after seemingly using yesterday's double-decker bus crash to promote his upcoming tour. The National Express bus which ploughed into a home in Keresley Road was carrying a poster advertising the former Ta

Tuesday, 14:38 in Regional West
 

New £1 coin enters circulation in ONE week - here's everything you need to know

In just over a week's time a new £1 coin will start appearing in your loose change, purses and wallets. Thanks to its numerous anti-counterfeit security features, the 12-sided coin, is being dubbed one of the most secure in the world. And with just one w

Tuesday, 13:20 in Regional West
 
'Slapped cheek syndrome' is sweeping the UK - but what is it? All you need to know about the signs and symptoms

'Slapped cheek syndrome' is sweeping the UK - but what is it? All you need to know about the signs and...

Parents are being warned to look out for signs of slapped cheek syndrome after several children across were diagnosed with the condition. The contagious disease causes children to feel unwell and develop distinctive bright red rash on the cheeks. In most

Tuesday, 13:20 in Regional West
 

Coventry City v Port Vale: Eagles finally lands a bit of form after taking flight from Ryton

It’s not quite a case of the threat of the old boy curse tonight but it’s not far off as Port Vale travel to Coventry City looking for their third win in four games to lift themselves out of the relegation zone. And the man who has been instrumental in a

Tuesday, 13:07 in Sport
 

Coventry City Butts Park Arena ground share "is ON"

Coventry City chairman Tim Fisher has told fans a ground share at Butts Park Arena with Coventry Rugby Club “is on”. Speaking at a meeting of supporters’ group The Sky Blue Trust on Monday evening, Mr Fisher said rugby club chairman Jon Sharp was committ

Tuesday, 12:31 in Regional West
 

How Coventry mums can get FREE travel this Mother's Day

Mum’s the word in Coventry according to figures from by one of the biggest names in British transport as it unveils a superb Mother’s Day offer. National Express is today revealing Coventry is among the top ten most popular destinations for people to vis

Tuesday, 12:14 in Regional West
 

Keresley bus crash: Clean-up operation continues 24 hours after double-decker ploughed into house

A clean-up operation remained ongoing today after a double decker hurtled into a Keresley home causing devastating damage. A bus driver and a family had a miracle escape after the National Express bus hurtled into the home in Keresley just before 7am yes

Tuesday, 12:14 in Regional West
 


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