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Wasps: No Kurtley Beale marquee signing replacement plans

Wasps: No Kurtley Beale marquee signing replacement plans

Dai Young has announced that Wasps will almost certainly not be signing a big name international star to replace Kurtley Beale for next season. The Australian followed his countryman George Smith as Wasps’ international marquee player, whose costs sit ou

Monday, 16:06 in Sport
Poppy seller who survived Auschwitz to celebrate 100th birthday

Poppy seller who survived Auschwitz to celebrate 100th birthday

A Royal British Legion poppy collector who survived the Auschwitz concentration camp is celebrating his 100th birthday. Ron Jones is marking his centenary on April 30. Mr Jones, from Bassaleg, Newport, South Wales, has been collecting for the Royal Briti

Monday, 16:00 in Regional West

Woman found unconscious at Radford home taken to hospital with "serious injuries"

A woman was taken to hospital with serious injuries after being found unconscious at a home in Coventry. Paramedics were called to a “medical emergency” at the house in Daimler Road, Radford, shortly before 8am today and urgently called police to the sce

Monday, 16:00 in Regional West

Coventry City's Tim Fisher apologises to fans for the club's relegation to League Two

Tim Fisher has apologised to Coventry City fans for the club’s relegation, insisting that it “hurts” and admitting his part in the demise which he also attributes to “off-field” distractions. The apology comes just days after Sisu chief executive Joy Sep

Monday, 15:43 in Sport

Walsall boss apologises after Coventry City defeat at the Ricoh Arena

Walsall boss Jon Whitney has apologised to the club’s fans for their team’s performance against Coventry City . Mid-table Saddlers suffered a 1-0 defeat at the Ricoh Arena as Mark Robins ’s Sky Blues continued to improve at home under the new manager, se

Monday, 13:48 in Sport

Coventry Bees speedway team no longer for sale

Coventry Bees are no longer for sale after owner Mick Horton confirmed he was focused on getting the speedway team “back on track”. The club was kicked out of the British Speedway Premiership this season after a well documented row over Brandon Stadium s

Monday, 13:39 in Regional West

Nuneaton travellers: Council leader says situation is 'unacceptable' as school remains closed

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council’s leader has said the authority is doing all it can to deal with an illegal traveller camp. Cllr Dennis Harvey, who represents Camp Hill, the area where the group has parked up, has said the situation is “unacceptabl

Monday, 13:30 in Regional West

Whiplash does NOT exist, claims top neurosurgeon

A top neurosurgeon says whiplash is "simply non-existent". Charles Marks believes the problem is driven by medical professionals writing reports detailing "mainly non-existent" injuries, writes the Irish Mirror. Speaking to the...

Monday, 13:19 in Regional West

Why we could be set for FOUR extra bank holidays - if Labour wins the General Election

Jeremy Corbyn will create four new UK-wide bank holidays if Labour wins the general election. The move from the Labour Party leader comes in a bid to give workers a well-deserved break. The four bank holidays would fall on the patron saints day of each o

Monday, 13:19 in Regional West

Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away TV show star fighting for his life

A bailiff famous for his appearance on Channel 5 hit show Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! is facing a race against time to save his life. Grandad Delroy Anglin was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukaemia after being taken into the hearts of viewers

Monday, 13:10 in Regional West

Ex-soldier threatened to murder partner while waving knife in Coventry street

A former soldier who said he was going to murder his partner in a Coventry street - and started to count down from 20 - has been jailed. Parmjit Thami made the threats while brandishing a knife during a drunken argument in Harefield Street, Stoke, and sh

Monday, 13:10 in Regional West

Drivers face £1,000 fine risk if they don't update their satnav now

Satnav users have been warned to make sure their devices are up-to-date as tough new speeding fines mean old information could end up costing drivers thousands. From today motorists caught driving above the speed limit will face not only a three points e

Monday, 13:00 in Regional West

Watch: Liverpool model admits acting like 'wild animal' in doorman fracas

A model punched by a doorman has apologised for her behaviour after it emerged she was on a five-hour bender when it happened. Mickyla Peberdy said she felt “suicidal” over the furore sparked when footage of the incident, outside a city centre bar, went

Monday, 12:51 in Regional West

London Marathon 'Good Samaritan' says helping exhausted athlete more important than finishing time

A runner who carried an exhausted fellow athlete over the London Marathon finishing line claimed helping was "more important" to him than his race time. Matthew Rees, 29, encountered the staggering racer, believed to be called David Wyeth,...

Monday, 12:28 in Regional West

Live: Police presence in Radford as house taped off

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Watch NextYouths pose with weapons Watch this video again Watch Next Drone footage of Guys Cliffe House, Warwick5:19 Shocking video of bully beating young boy

Monday, 12:28 in Regional West

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