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“All hell had broken loose” - 26th anniversary of Coventry riots

For four days in May 1992, parts of Coventry were brought to a standstill by devastating riots after police started confiscating off-road motorbikes. The resulting violence in Wood End, Bell Green and Willenhall led to a school being torched and shops...

13 May 2018 in Regional West
 

Here's Coventry City's stance on that Tom Davies and Richard Duffy 'stamping' incident

Mark Robins insists he’s not concerned about Tom Davies being the subject of trial by TV after the Sky cameras caught him treading on Notts County defender Richard Duffy’s shin. The Magpies’ centre-back and former City loan defender said in an after...

13 May 2018 in Sport
 
Christian Wade's England snub bewilders former Wasps winger Tom Varndell after missing out on Eddie Jones' squad to tour South Africa

Christian Wade's England snub bewilders former Wasps winger Tom Varndell after missing out on Eddie Jones'...

Former Wasps winger Tom Varndell is 'bewildered' by Christian Wade's latest international snub believing he is the player England are 'screaming out for'. Wade moved within nine tries of Varndell's Aviva Premiership all-time record of 92 with braces...

13 May 2018 in Sport
 

National Lottery results: Last night's winning numbers

Are you sitting on a rather big fortune? Last night's National Lottery draw was worth a whopping £20.9 million. So if you haven't already checked your ticket, we've got you covered with all the results in one place. Who knows, you may be celebrating...

13 May 2018 in Regional West
 

'His mate dropped a clanger' The fall-out from Coventry City's eventful play-off with Notts County

MINI MATCH REPORT Marc McNulty kept Coventry City’s Wembley dream alive with a late penalty to ensure their semi-final play-off is perfectly balanced at the halfway stage, writes Andy Turner. The Sky Blues dominated and had their chances in the first...

13 May 2018 in Sport
 
First look at swanky new residents' lounge at The Co-Operative

First look at swanky new residents' lounge at The Co-Operative

This is the swanky new private residents’ lounge waiting to greet potential buyers at an exclusive viewing of the The Co-Operative in Coventry. The first event preview inside the site of the newly revamped Co-Op is taking place on May 17 and will give...

13 May 2018 in Regional West
 

This is what Mark Robins had to say about Coventry City's controversial penalty against Notts County

Mark Robins admitted that Coventry City were gifted an equaliser by referee David Ward as they salvaged a 1-1 home draw in their play-off duel against Notts County. But he insisted that justice was done because the Magpies got the benefit of the doubt...

12 May 2018 in Sport
 

Coventry City fans all are saying the same thing about their result against Notts County

Coventry City fans were relieved to see their side awarded a late penalty from which Marc McNulty levelled the scores against Notts County. City were trailing 1-0 in the League Two play-off semi final first leg after Jonathan Forte's opener for the...

12 May 2018 in Sport
 

Coventry City player ratings: Marc McNulty rescues Sky Blues and two others also impress

A late Marc McNulty penalty kept the Sky Blues in the semi-final of the play-offs at the halfway stage after City had to come from behind in a pulsating first leg at the Ricoh Arena. Jonathan Forte gave Notts County the lead early in the second half...

12 May 2018 in Sport
 

Coventry City team news: The side Mark Robins has picked to face Notts County

Mark Robins has made just one change to his Coventry City team to face Notts County in tonight’s big play-off semi-final first leg at the Ricoh Arena. In comes centre-forward Max Biamou in a straight swap with Jonson Clarke-Harris, who drops to the...

12 May 2018 in Sport
 

The message which shows the city of Coventry is firmly behind Sky Blues in play-off quest

The city of Coventry is firmly behind the Sky Blues this evening as their play-off adventure begins. Mark Robins' men will be flying the flag against Notts County in the first leg of their League Two promotion showdown as they fight to earn a place in...

12 May 2018 in Sport
 

Plans for up to 400 homes near Nuneaton's tip unveiled

Up to 400 homes as well as two new bridges over a canal could be built on land near to Nuneaton’s largest tip. Six months after initial plans were revealed, the proposals to build a mini housing estate on land off Tuttle Hill have now been submitted...

12 May 2018 in Regional West
 

Coventry City going global with Tim Fisher visit to Iraq

Coventry City have announced an inspiring link with a Syrian refugee camp in Iraq, after a senior figure at the club visited the Middle Eastern country. It sees the club taking community spirit to a global level, ahead of the biggest fixtures in the...

12 May 2018 in Regional West
 

Wallaby and Big Cat case files: Warwickshire's history of mystery animals

This was the week of the return of the Warwickshire wallaby, after the diminutive marsupial was spotted by a dog-walker near Eathorpe Hall. The wallaby, native to Australia, may be a descendant of a mob released in Staffordshire during the war. It is...

12 May 2018 in Regional West
 

Knives, tools and more: The dangerous items confiscated at Coventry Magistrates Court

People have tried to walk into Coventry's court with knives, tools and other items that could be used as a weapon, it has been revealed. Hundreds of prohibited items had to be confiscated at Coventry Magistrate's Court in just a six month period...

12 May 2018 in Regional West
 


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