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Harrowing moment drug-fuelled knifeman attempts to stab police officer

This is the shocking moment a man attempted to stab a police officer with two kitchen knives. The “calmness and professionalism” of police offers who tackled drug-fuelled Tony Buttigieg was praised by a judge last week, our sister title WalesOnline...

Monday, 11:03 in Regional West
What is hayfever? How to treat it, common cures and tips for dealing with it in summer

What is hayfever? How to treat it, common cures and tips for dealing with it in summer

Spring is fully in bloom in Coventry right now, with residents enjoying the warmer weather and lighter days. Summer is just around the corner, with scores of locals busy booking holidays and trips away ahead of the coming weeks and months. There are...

Monday, 10:38 in Regional West

UK to be engulfed by baking air blast - but wet weather looms

​Enjoy it while it lasts as blast of baking air is dragged across Britain sending the mercury soaring into the mid-20s C by midweek - before more unsettled weather starts to dominate again. Most places with enjoy the Mediterranean-like temperatures...

Monday, 10:23 in Regional West

What to do if your child doesn't get their first choice primary school place

Parents and carers of children starting primary school this year will be receiving letters and emails confirming their places this morning. If your child hasn't been given their top choice, here's what to do. While most children are allocated one of...

Monday, 09:58 in Regional West

Coventry traffic news: Ring road, M6, A46, A45, M69, M1 and more

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Welcome to the Telegraph’s daily live blog, bringing you all the latest news, sport, travel and weather from around Coventry and beyond. We’re here to...

Monday, 07:59 in Regional West

Serial killer Peter Tobin did NOT kill Coventry mum Nicola Payne, says cold case investigator

The man leading the search for the body of Coventry mum Nicola Payne has said she was not murdered by notorious serial killer Peter Tobin. Tobin is currently serving a life sentence in prison for killing three young women and it is believed he is...

Monday, 07:59 in Regional West

Mark Robins looks ahead to Stevenage as Coventry City star Jordan Ponticelli speaks out

Full transcript 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....

Monday, 04:47 in Sport

This is why cameras have been installed at popular beauty spot

Cameras are keeping a close eye on wildlife at a Nuneaton beauty spot popular with walkers and families alike. Signs for Trail Cameras have been spotted on gates at Hartshill Hayes. It is understood that these cameras are in place to record wildlife...

15 April 2018 in Regional West

Jordan Ponticelli's wise words at Crawley said a lot about the emerging Coventry City star

Jordan Ponticelli was required for post-match interview duties for a second week running due to the fact that he got on the scoresheet again on Saturday, bagging a brilliant brace to sink mid-table Crawley Town 2-1 at Broadfield Stadium. The first...

15 April 2018 in Sport

James Haskell's next career move could be surprising one... Japan, France or maybe down the market?

'Sainsbury's want me as a warehouse manager' was James Haskell's tongue-in-cheek response as a question mark remains over his next career move. The British and Irish Lion leaves Wasps this summer for the second time but has yet to find an Aviva...

15 April 2018 in Sport

The smallest three-storey house in the Midlands is worth £170,000

The world's smallest three-storey house has been causing quite a stir since it arrived in Birmingham on April 5. Now a leading estate agent has slapped a six-figure price tag on it and demanded planners take note when creating developments in the...

15 April 2018 in Regional West

Record Store Day 2018: The places to buy vinyl in and around Coventry

Record Store Day 2018 is just around the corner and music lovers in Coventry and Warwickshire will be able to get their hands on a number of exclusives on the day. The event is now in its 11th year of celebrating the independent music industry and...

15 April 2018 in Regional West

Harrowing video shows why you should never tackle fire yourself

Shocking images revealing the extent of a man's wince-inducing burns have been released in a bid to prevent others from making the same mistake. A Staffordshire man who was seriously injured as he tried to tackle a 'spitting fireball' at his home is...

15 April 2018 in Regional West

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...

15 April 2018 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...

15 April 2018 in Regional West

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