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Emotional project starts for tragic Nuneaton rugby player's family

Emotional project starts for tragic Nuneaton rugby player's family

A community has come together to start work on an emotional project for the family of tragic Nuneaton rugby player Jamie Styles. The 28-year-old Manor Park RFC player died on Tuesday February 21 when a collision occurred between his motorbike and a car o

Friday, 19:22 in Regional West
 

Coventry City digest: Happy Birthday to past and present Sky Blues players

Coventry City forward George Thomas is celebrating his 20th birthday today. The Sky Blues Academy graduate is a day younger than teammate Ben Stevenson, who also turned 20 yesterday. The pair have come through the age groups together at Coventry City, an

Friday, 19:10 in Sport
 
Disabled man spat on and attacked in Nuneaton hate crime

Disabled man spat on and attacked in Nuneaton hate crime

A disabled man was spat on and left lying on the floor after being attacked by a group of men in Nuneaton. Police say they are treating the despicable assault, which happened at around 9.20pm on Sunday, March 12, as a hate crime. The victim, who is in hi

Friday, 17:13 in Regional West
 
Letters - 'Should make just one more model, for old times’ sake?'

Letters - 'Should make just one more model, for old times’ sake?'

Most of us boys born in the 1940s were interested in aeroplanes. Spitfires, Mosquitoes and other aircraft leftover from the war were still flying but were being replaced by numerous varieties of jet aircraft. Meteors, Vampires, Venoms and Gloster Javelin

Friday, 17:02 in Regional West
 
Letters - 'I hope now that the race will become a permanent event'

Letters - 'I hope now that the race will become a permanent event'

Tile Hill Library in Jardine Crescent has been transformed to be more welcoming to children with autism. This has included the introduction of a sensory tent for a ‘chill out’ space, bean bags and wobble chairs, specialist books, and much more. The layou

Friday, 17:02 in Regional West
 

Police appeal after five-vehicle smash on M6 at Coventry

Police are appealing for witnesses after this morning’s horrific crash on the M6 near Coventry. A total of five vehicles were involved in the smash which saw a car plough in to the back of a lorry on the southbound side between junctions 3 and 2 at aroun

Friday, 16:33 in Regional West
 

Keresley wall crash - police had spotted car "driving suspiciously"

A motorist who crashed into a garden wall in Coventry had been spotted by police "driving suspiciously" moments earlier. Police have not confirmed if they were pursuing the Seat Leon at the time, but say the driver lost control in Tamworth...

Friday, 16:33 in Regional West
 
Nuneaton's Co-operative Bank to close

Nuneaton's Co-operative Bank to close

Bank customers have been dealt a blow with the news a Nuneaton branch is to shut its doors. It has been confirmed that the Co-operative Bank in New Century Way in to close on June 23 of this year. Customers have received letters this week to advise them

Friday, 16:28 in Regional West
 

Red Nose Day: Readers share their fabulous fundraising pictures

Fantastic fundraisers from across Coventry and Warwickshire made their laughs matter in support of Comic Relief. Red Nose Day brought with it funny costumes, tasty cake sales and lots of other fundraising activities to raise money for what has become som

Friday, 16:16 in Regional West
 

Mark Robins insists three points against Bristol Rovers is his 'only priority'

Coventry City manager Mark Robins is intent on securing three points against Bristol Rovers before all attention turns to Wembley. The Sky Blues boss claimed the first win of his second tenure on Tuesday night, after goals from Kyel Reid and Kwame Thomas

Friday, 15:41 in Sport
 
This is why Coventry buildings went dark on Saturday night

This is why Coventry buildings went dark on Saturday night

Numerous Coventry buildings, businesses and households went dark on Saturday night - for a very good reason. City establishments switched off their lights and embraced the darkness as part of Earth Hour. The annual event sees people across the globe team

Friday, 15:23 in Regional West
 

Asda and Tesco cut petrol and diesel prices as fuel war erupts

Asda and Tesco have both announced that it will be dropping the price of fuel by up to two pence per lite. The move from the supermarket giants brings prices down to the new national price cap. Coventry motorists can take advantage of the slashed pump pr

Friday, 15:02 in Regional West
 

Revealed: Face of 130mph drink-driver who raced another car along the M6

This is the face of a drunk motorist who raced another car at 130mph along the M6 on Boxing Day. Police have now released a mugshot of Dayal Saini, 39, of St Michael's Road, Stoke, who was jailed for eight months after pleading guilty to dangerous drivin

Friday, 14:53 in Regional West
 

Father rejects claims Germanwings disaster co-pilot was depressed

The father of Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz has said his son loved life and was not suffering depression on the day his plane crashed in the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board. Gunter Lubitz said he was speaking publicly for the first tim

Friday, 14:41 in Regional West
 

Coventry City peace talks under way as government heeds Telegraph's calls for mediation

A Conservative MP is aiming to mediate in the Coventry City saga following the Telegraph’s calls for peace talks. Daventry MP Chris Heaton-Harris has said he wants to bring an end to the uncertainty surrounding the club’s ability to remain in Coventry be

Friday, 14:41 in Regional West
 


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