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yesterday, 07:44 in Regional West
 

This is the council with the biggest gender pay gap in the West Midlands

The gender pay gap at Solihull Council is the largest of the seven authorities which make up the West Midlands, analysis of the figures reveals. The borough council announced last month that the women’s hourly rate is 18.6 per cent lower than men’s...

yesterday, 07:09 in Regional West
 

The Big Brexit Survey: Does Coventry still want to leave the EU?

Nearly half of people in Coventry think we would be better off economically if we stayed in Europe - and a majority want to stick with the Single Market. A new Brexit survey shows 47 per cent of CoventryLive readers believe Britain will be better off...

Sunday, 20:52 in Regional West
 

Watch Coventry City fans brilliantly spur Sky Blues on to victory against Stevenage

Coventry City secured an important win over Stevenage to strengthen their grip on the League Two play-offs, and were backed all the way by a 8,859-strong crowd in a superb atmopshere at the Ricoh Arena. Marc McNulty scored twice for the Sky Blues...

Sunday, 18:03 in Sport
 

Warm weather brings thousands to Coventry's Vaisakhi parade

Coventry's Sikh community came together today, as part of the annual Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan parade. Up to 20,000 people are believed to have taken to the streets of Foleshill, to celebrate the year of 1699 when Guru Gobind Singh - a spiritual leader,...

Sunday, 17:41 in Regional West
 

Courts: Man avoids jail despite attack with rounders bat

A man from Radford forced his way in to a flat and then carried out an attack using a rounders bat. Rory Green pleaded guilty to using violence to gain entry to a premises, possession of an offensive weapon and two counts of assault by beating...

Sunday, 15:25 in Regional West
 

St George's Day in Coventry: everything you need to know

Tomorrow marks St George's Day, a celebration of the patron saint of England. To mark the occasion, a programme of events will be taking place in Coventry city centre, giving everyone a change to soak up the atmosphere and celebrate on of the most...

Sunday, 14:10 in Regional West
 

This 16-year-old can't drive but has just flown a plane all by himself

He isn't old enough to drive but the sky's the limit for a Coventry teen who has flown a plane all by himself. At just 16 years old, Ben Tweed celebrated his birthday by taking to the skies, making his very first solo flight. Only just old enough to...

Sunday, 14:10 in Regional West
 

Gone in a flash: The dangerous drivers caught hurtling down M6 at more than 100mph

Drivers have been caught doing over 100mph on the M6 in a week-long blitz by motorway cops. There were 87 cases of speeding, which included one motorist on the M6 hitting 115mph and another doing 103mph. A further driver was stopped on the M6 Toll...

Sunday, 13:38 in Regional West
 

Local MP backs bid to save Ryton Gardens

A number of parties have shown interest in taking over the 22-acre Ryton Organic Gardens site - but those against the sale are stepping up their opposition. Members of the Save Ryton Organic Gardens Campaign have delivered a letter to the Garden...

Sunday, 13:01 in Regional West
 

Archbishop of Canterbury set to visit Coventry for Cathedral centenary

Coventry is set to be visited by the Archbishop of Canterbury next month when he attends an event celebrating Coventry's creative sectors. On May 2, The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin Welby will be involved in a conversation with...

Sunday, 12:56 in Regional West
 

Atherstone firm fined for illegally using water hydrants in FOUR different towns

Illegally using water hydrants in FOUR different towns has landed an Atherstone firm in hot water in court. A member of the public tipped off Severn Trent about the actions of Wilkinson Environmental, based in the Carlyon Industrial Estate in...

Sunday, 12:56 in Regional West
 

Rugby Lions could be relegated, Jimmy Gopperth's Nuneaton Old Edwardians survive, Rugby St Andrews...

The final round of fixtures in Levels 5 to 10 rugby in Coventry and Warwickshire was played on Saturday - however some clubs still have up to two games remaining due to postponed fixtures. Here, rugby reporter Bobby Bridge casts his eyes over a...

Sunday, 12:24 in Sport
 

You can now learn how to build a human right here in Coventry

The University of Warwick will be opening its doors to explain how we all got here. For the first time Warwick Medical School is holding a public science evening to explain the journey we all make from one cell to a human being. The free event called...

Sunday, 12:09 in Regional West
 
How to create your first petition and make a real change in Coventry

How to create your first petition and make a real change in Coventry

We may only be four months in to the year, but Coventry has already seen petitions launched to stop the medieval stone ceiling at St Mary’s Guildhall being painted over , stop Aldi supermarket staff scanning so fast and more. Petitions are a fantastic...

Sunday, 12:09 in Regional West
 


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