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Women reveal the sexiest male professions - and some are surprising

Accountants have been voted the sexiest profession, according to a new survey. IllicitEncounters.com, the UK’s leading dating website for married people, surveyed 800 British women for the study. Solvency, ambition and kindness were the sexiest qualities

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 

Coventry City player ratings: See who got Andy Turner's lowest score from last night's horror show

Mark Robins described his second game in charge of Coventry City as “horrendous” as they were out-battled by play-off chasing Southend United at the Ricoh Arena. The Sky Blues found themselves a goal down inside the first two minutes as the Shrimpers tor

15 March 2017 in Sport
 

Coventry and Warwickshire Heroes 2017: Last chance to nominate

Today is your last chance to tell us about the unsung heroes in your community. We are looking for the real heroes of our region to be honoured with the awards they deserve in our Coventry and Warwickshire Heroes 2017. If you know someone of any age who

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 

Driving instructor and HGV drivers among dozens caught on their phone while driving

A driving instructor was among more than 250 drivers caught by police in the week after tough new fines for using phones at the wheel. During a campaign run by West Midlands Police from March 1 to March 8, 261 drivers were caught driving while on their m

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 

Speeding fines are set to soar from NEXT month - here's what you need to know

Speeding fines are set to skyrocket from April. Motorists with a penchant for breaking the speed limit will face speeding fines of up to £2,500 from April 24. The new, stricter rules will mean the worst offenders will be fined 175 per cent of their weekl

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 

Coventry City need 11 Kelly-Evanses and four other things we learned from another dismal day at the Ricoh

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse Any faint hopes of a miracle on Mark Robins’s second coming pretty much evaporated in the space of 23 ruthless minutes when Southend United put the Sky Blues to the sword. The result completed back-to-back

15 March 2017 in Sport
 

Two taken to major trauma unit after horrific Kenilworth crash

Two people were taken to a major trauma centre after escaping this wreckage in Kenilworth last night. Police, ambulance crews and firefighters were on the scene last night. One person was trapped in one of the mangled cars and had to be cut free by firef

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 

Coventry could be set for sleet and snow next week

Coventry could be set for snowfall and sleet next week, according to forecasters. Steve Jackson, the lead forecaster at Bablake Weather Station, told Twitter followers on Wednesday morning: "Believe it or not, there is some transient sleet &...

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 

Former Coventry City defender William Edjenguele seals new contract at Dundee United

William Edjenguele has signed a two-year contract extension at Dundee United. The former Coventry City cult hero has made 26 appearances for United, scoring two goals. Edjenguele spent two seasons in Greece after leaving Bury in 2014 but appears to be en

15 March 2017 in Sport
 

Tommee Tippee perfect prep machine probe after horrified parents find 'mould'

Tommee Tippee has launched a probe following reports its machine that makes formula milk for babies was "riddled with mould". Some Tommee Tippee customers say they have discovered "black residue" while using The Perfect Prep...

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 
Swastika posted on Ricoh Arena Twitter account as Turkish hackers strike

Swastika posted on Ricoh Arena Twitter account as Turkish hackers strike

The Ricoh Arena was among scores of Twitter accounts targeted by hackers calling the Netherlands and Germany nazis. Turkish activists targeted the Ricoh’s social media account, along with others including Amnesty International, the football club Borussia

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 

Parents warned over big bow headbands after 14-week-old baby suffocates wearing one

Mums are dads are being urged to exercise caution in the face of a rising craze. More and more young girls are wearing big bow headbands - but parents are being warned over the dangers. The warnings come after a baby suffocated while wearing one, reports

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 
MIPIM 2017: Coventry's vision and vitality in good position on the global stage

MIPIM 2017: Coventry's vision and vitality in good position on the global stage

In the third of our blogs from the MIPIM international property event in France, which is being attended by a joint Coventry and Warwickshire delegation, Henry Bellfield, company director of Barberry Developments, explains why the firm has invested in Co

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 

Companies can now BAN staff from wearing headscarves after landmark EU ruling

Employers can ban workers from wearing headscarves at work, Europe's top court has ruled. An internal rule which prohibits the visible wearing of any political, philosophical or religious sign does not constitute direct discrimination, judges concluded.

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 

Government passes Brexit bill clearing way for Article 50 - this is what happens next

The Article 50 Bill cleared Government on Monday night. The result of weeks of painstaking deliberation, Prime Minister Theresa May can now FINALLY inform the European Union the UK is leaving. What follows next remains unclear, but we have some clues. Bo

15 March 2017 in Regional West
 


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