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Coca-Cola probe launched after human waste found in drinks cans

Police have begun an investigation after human waste was reportedly discovered in drinks cans delivered to a Coca Cola factory. The night shift at Lisburn's Coca-Cola plant in Northern Ireland was disrupted last week. And the factory was shutdown after a

today, 12:59 in Regional West
 

Why there's set to be more Coventry City supporters than Oxford United fans at Wembley?

Oxford United are set to take around 6,000 fewer supporters to Wembley on Sunday, than they did for last year's Johnstone Paint Trophy final. Current ticket sales have not been confirmed by either club, but the Telegraph understands that Oxford United ha

today, 12:44 in Sport
 

These are the new £1 coins worth £250 - and how to spot one

There will be a new quid on the block from Tuesday. The new coin has been described as the most secure in the world and boasts high-tech features, including a hologram. Unlike the new £5 notes , coins do not feature serial numbers. And this means you'll

today, 12:26 in Regional West
 

Get paid £24,000 to travel the world in luxury for THREE months

If you fancy a new career now summer is approaching, you may be in luck. A company wants to hire somebody stay in "multi-million dollar luxury vacation homes" while they pay you £8,000 a month - plus travel expenses. The job is being...

today, 12:11 in Regional West
 

Police appeal for witnesses following fatal M42 crash

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man died in a collision on the M42 yesterday afternoon. A blue van collided with a Vauxhall Insignia which then overturned on the grass verge shortly after 2.30pm. When emergency services arrived, the Insignia d

today, 11:36 in Regional West
 

Face of ringleader of Coventry gang who stole £38,000 from hotel guests

Police have issued a mugshot of one of a gang of Coventry burglars who stole tens of thousands of pounds from hotel guests. Between them, the four men targeted around 20 hotels over a two-year period, making almost £38,000 from cards and cash they stole

today, 11:32 in Regional West
 

Live: Amateur theatre performer mown down and killed 'following after-party for vampire-themed stage show'

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Watch NextTim Fisher on Sky Sports News Watch this video again Watch Next A car crashed and demolished a garden wall in Ker0:56 Watch: VW Passat picks wrong m

today, 11:13 in Regional West
 

The new £1 coin is released today - but here's why you won't get one in Coventry

The Royal Mint has revealed a list of places around the UK where you will be able to get a new 12-sided £1 coin on launch day guaranteed. That will make you one of the first people to get hold of the coin before they start circulating more widely. Sadly,

today, 11:13 in Regional West
 
Breast surgeon accused of carrying out unnecessary operations takes to the stand

Breast surgeon accused of carrying out unnecessary operations takes to the stand

A leading surgeon said suggestions he carried out a series of completely unnecessary breast operations for financial gain were “abhorrent”. Ian Paterson is said to have exaggerated or simply invented the risk of cancer and - in some cases - claimed payme

today, 10:50 in Regional West
 
Robber killed accomplice as get-away car raced from crime scene, court hears

Robber killed accomplice as get-away car raced from crime scene, court hears

A man accused of killing one of his alleged accomplices in a horrific crash following a robbery is still too badly injured to stand trial. Neil Docherty suffered such a severe head injury in the crash in Coventry more than three years ago that a jury was

today, 10:10 in Regional West
 

Seamus Coleman, David Busst and the worst leg breaks in football

Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman is facing a lengthy spell of rehabilitation after suffering a double leg fracture against Wales. The Everton defender had an operation to pin the tibia and fibula in his right leg, with surgeons confident the 28

today, 10:09 in Sport
 
NHS cost-cutting plans could see 'low-priority' items become unavailable

NHS cost-cutting plans could see 'low-priority' items become unavailable

Major cost-cutting plans for the NHS could see travel vaccinations, gluten-free foods and omega-3 supplements no longer be available. NHS England will next month launch a consultation as it works to develop new national guidelines to stop GPs prescribing

today, 09:54 in Regional West
 

Coventry City and Charlton Athletic fans to team up for joint protest ahead of Ricoh Arena clash

Coventry City and Charlton Athletic fans are to team up for a joint-protest next month. The Sky Blue Army will hook up with Addicks’ followers in a show of unity against their respective owners Sisu and Belgian businessman Roland Duchatelet. Fans of the

today, 09:17 in Sport
 

These are the places you may not be able to use the new £1 coin

The new 12-sided £1 coin has been launched in the UK today. Coventry and Warwickshire residents will be saying goodbye slowly, but surely, to those old £1 coins. This is because the Royal Mint says one in every 30 pound coins in circulation are counterfe

today, 08:32 in Regional West
 
The morning news headlines: Davis:UK will refuse to hand Brussels £50 billion exit fee; Low-priority items could go in NHS prescriptions shake-up to cut costs

The morning news headlines: Davis:UK will refuse to hand Brussels £50 billion exit fee; Low-priority items...

DAVIS: UK WILL REFUSE TO HAND BRUSSELS £50 BILLION EXIT FEE The UK will refuse to hand Brussels £50 billion to pay for its divorce from the European Union, David Davis has insisted. When Theresa May triggers Article 50 on Wednesday, starting the two-year

today, 08:25 in Regional West
 


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