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Wasps Netball ready for Superleague debut against Sirens

Tamsin Greenway says she has been able to build her ‘dream team’ ahead of Wasps Netball’s Superleague debut. Wasps Netball face Sirens in front of a sell-out crowd at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena tonight – with the game also being shown live on Sky Sports Mi

Tuesday, 13:09 in Sport
 
Live: Massive pile-up and fire closes BOTH sides of M40 near Warwick Services

Live: Massive pile-up and fire closes BOTH sides of M40 near Warwick Services

A collision between a car and a lorry has blocked the M40 motorway - causing severe delays. The collision happened shortly after 11.30am around Warwick services. It is understood that a fire broke out and number of cars were also caught up in the acciden

Tuesday, 12:46 in Regional West
 

Coventry City going to Wembley: Fans urged not to queue at Butts Park Arena

Coventry City are emphasising their plea for supporters not to queue for Wembley tickets at Butts Park Arena. Thousands of season ticket holders queued for Wembley tickets yesterday, with some being turned away as the measures in place could not match th

Tuesday, 12:37 in Sport
 
Why 23-stone Sutton United goalie might regret eating THAT pie on the touchline

Why 23-stone Sutton United goalie might regret eating THAT pie on the touchline

Sutton United's reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw has come under fire after tucking into a pie on the touchline in last night's FA Cup clash with Arsenal. The 23-stone keeper, nicknamed the 'roly poly goalie', was filmed tucking into the pie in the 83rd minu

Tuesday, 12:14 in Sport
 

Heterosexual couple lose latest civil partnership battle

A heterosexual couple who object to the "patriarchal baggage" of marriage have lost their latest battle for the right to enter into a civil partnership. Rebecca Steinfeld, 35, and Charles Keidan, 40, want to secure legal recognition of their...

Tuesday, 11:50 in Regional West
 

Nick Walshe challenges Coventry RFC to find their killer instinct

Coventry have to develop a ruthless streak if they are to challenge for National League One honours. That’s the view of lead coach Nick Walshe, who was left frustrated by Saturday’s performance against Hull Ionians when Cov raced into a clear early lead

Tuesday, 11:42 in Sport
 
Snow could be on the way as Storm Doris set to batter region

Snow could be on the way as Storm Doris set to batter region

Snow and very strong winds could hit Coventry on Thursday as Storm Doris arrives in the region. A short period is possible where gusts of 70 to 80mph may be reached, said the Met Office, which has issued an amber warning for the West Midlands and Warwick

Tuesday, 11:40 in Regional West
 
Jimmy Gopperth - Wasps' man for all seasons...and positions!

Jimmy Gopperth - Wasps' man for all seasons...and positions!

Jimmy Gopperth has this season emerged as a man of many talents - and in the process also become arguably the single most important player in Dai Young’s squad. Until the arrival of Danny Cipriani sparked a rethink, the 33-year-old Kiwi was seen by most

Tuesday, 11:25 in Sport
 

This heroic police officer rescued schoolkids from a burning bus

A brave police officer who helped rescue dozens of schoolchildren after their bus burst in to flames has received an award. Detective Constable Simon Mellor quickly led more than 60 youngsters and staff away from the double-decker after it caught fire on

Tuesday, 11:20 in Regional West
 
Tributes to beautiful Coventry teenager killed in car crash

Tributes to "beautiful" Coventry teenager killed in car crash

A family has been left “devastated” by the death of a Coventry teenager who lost his life after a road accident. Breon Levi Simms, who was just 18, spent 19 days fighting for his life following the accident in Bell Green Road on January 21. Lorraine Velv

Tuesday, 11:20 in Regional West
 
Region's children's hospital is 'outstanding'

Region's children's hospital is 'outstanding'

The region’s children’s hospital has been rated as outstanding by the Care Quality Commission. But it still has areas of improvement to tackle in the areas of safety and the neonatal department. The top rating for Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Found

Tuesday, 11:20 in Regional West
 
It should never happen - feeding tubes twice put into patients' airways at George Eliot Hospital

It should never happen - feeding tubes twice put into patients' airways at George Eliot Hospital

Tubes used to feed patients were accidentally put into their airways at Nuneaton’s hospital. Hospital bosses are investigating how the medical blunders happened and are working to ensure it doesn’t happen again. Fortunately, no one was harmed by the mist

Tuesday, 11:20 in Regional West
 

Coventry City in the Checkatrade Trophy: Wembley ticket sales reach 18,000

Coventry City have sold 18,000 tickets for their Checkatrade Trophy final at Wembley on April 2. The club reported that nearly 15,000 tickets had been sold on the first day of sales, and now the figure has risen to 18,000 overnight. That means that just

Tuesday, 10:55 in Sport
 
Boy mugged on way home from school as 'crimewave' hits Coventry suburb

Boy mugged on way home from school as 'crimewave' hits Coventry suburb

A crimewave has struck an area of Coventry and has even seen a young boy mugged on his way home from school. The robbery on the schoolboy was one of over 70 offences recorded in the Woodlands ward in January, according to three concerned councillors. The

Tuesday, 10:21 in Regional West
 
Horror crash leaves one hospitalised and three injured

Horror crash leaves one hospitalised and three injured

One person has been taken to hospital after a horror crash on a busy main road in Coventry. The front end of this BMW was completely torn away in the crash on Ansty Road in Wyken around 8.30pm last night. The front wheel of the car was ripped away from t

Tuesday, 09:27 in Regional West
 


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