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Afraid of flying? Pilot tells nervous passengers all they need to know

Thousands of Coventry folk will be packing their bags and ticking off days on their calendars in anticipation of their hard earn summer holiday. It's a time most people love to hate - along with the thoughts of cocktails, beaches and sun loungers, comes

Sunday, 15:07 in Regional West

Coventry Half Marathon - watch as more than 4,000 runners pound the city's streets

It very nearly never went ahead - but thousands of runners today proved why the Coventry Half Marathon is one of the jewels in the city's calendar. Previous event organisers GO2 events chose not to renew their contract last year, leaving a question mark

Sunday, 15:07 in Regional West

Watch: Late lane changing, pulling out at roundabouts, appalling driving

Incredibly late decisions to leave dual carriageways, red light jumping in a lorry, a frenzy of late lane changing, and pulling out on roundabouts without looking are all included in our latest compilation of bad driving. Telegraph photographer Nick Wilk

Sunday, 15:07 in Regional West

How your phone, fitbit and TV is putting you at risk of hackers

Smart phones, watches, televisions, and fitness trackers could be targeted by cyber criminals seeking to hold users to ransom over their personal data, security chiefs have warned. The rise of internet-connected devices gives attackers more opportunity t

Sunday, 14:16 in Regional West

Drone footage captures Nuneaton quarry drama as police chase wanted man

Dozens of emergency service personnel were called a dramatic standoff on a cliff edge at Nuneaton quarry. Warwickshire Police and other emergency services spent four hours trying to coax a man down from the face of the quarry off Tuttle Hill on Saturday.

Sunday, 14:07 in Regional West
Coventry Half Marathon - 27 photos to make the city proud

Coventry Half Marathon - 27 photos to make the city proud

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Sunday, 13:24 in Regional West

You might not be covered by your home insurance - here's why

In a bid to help cover our properties from damage, theft and accidents, we all frantically buy home insurance. For a number of reasons, however, our policies could be invalidated. And this can leave many Coventry and Warwickshire homeowners unable to mak

Sunday, 11:50 in Regional West
Meet the Sky Blues fan who is set to travel to Wembley - from ITALY

Meet the Sky Blues fan who is set to travel to Wembley - from ITALY

Sky Blues fans are set to travel from far and wide for the club’s Checkatrade Trophy final showdown but one of the most unlikely has to be Ulderico Paltrinieri - who will be making his way to Wembley all the way from his native Italy. Ulderico is a dedic

Sunday, 11:23 in Regional West

Proud, real and dynamic: Coventry is NOT the concrete jungle you think it is

There is plenty of culture in Coventry, it is just that nobody outside the city seems to know about it. Beyond the concrete jungle the city is unfairly perceived as, fashion, food and art are thriving. And the false perceptions of our city is something t

Sunday, 11:05 in Regional West

Births, marriages, deaths: A day in the life of Coventry's bustling register office

There’s an air of excitement inside the historic timber building hidden in the city’s back streets. Inside the remnants of the medieval royal palace, Cheylesmore Manor House, is Coventry Register Office - a hive of activity as people record landmark mome

Sunday, 10:19 in Regional West

Chuck Berry: Musical legend who recorded only number 1 in Coventry dies aged 90

Rock 'n' roll's founding father Chuck Berry has died aged 90. The legendary guitarist, who helped define the genre with classics like Johnny B Goode, was found unresponsive at his home in Missouri yesterday. Emergency services were called to the property

Sunday, 09:00 in Regional West

Watch: Incredible video of Coventry Cathedral going back in time

This is Coventry Cathedral as you've never seen it before. Take a journey through time with our city’s most famous landmark - all thanks to the talents of the Time Travel Artist, otherwise known as James Fox. Since leaving university, James has embarked

Sunday, 08:18 in Regional West

'I used to be the fat friend' Leamington woman shed six stone after cruel taunt

When Jodie Rigby-Mee was branded the “fat friend” by a group of lads on holiday, she’d had enough of the taunting. Aged 17, and weighing 16st 7lbs, she broke down in tears after the brutal comment. Jodie then went on lost six stone - and went on to land

Sunday, 05:17 in Regional West

Why are poets writing about Coventry's RING ROAD?

Coventry’s ring road might have its devotees and its detractors - but over the years it has certainly enjoyed its time in the spotlight. And now it has become a focus of POETRY. Unlikely as it might sound, the famed road which closely orbits the city cen

Sunday, 05:17 in Regional West

MK Dons 1 Coventry City 0: Match digest as Mark Robins oversees third defeat in a row

Coventry City edged closer to mathematical confirmation of their relegation to League Two with their third consecutive defeat under new boss Mark Robins. MK Dons secured victory at stadium:MK with a single top corner strike from holding midfielder Stuart

Saturday, 19:04 in Sport

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