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Watch: Biggest EPIC FAILS from Midland delivery drivers

They’re the biggest epic fails from delivery drivers in the Midlands. Parcels chucked onto roofs, shoved in bins, and workers were caught on camera bunging presents between lorries – with many crashing to the floor. One video filmed by an outraged onlook

Saturday, 10:43 in Regional West
 

Jim Brown column: When Argentinian touring side San Lorenzo visited Highfield Road

I recently wrote about Joe Elliott’s first ever Coventry City game against Preston North End in a friendly in January 1956 and several other City fans remembered the occasion including Rod Dean and John Woodfield (his first match, too). But 48 hours afte

Saturday, 09:17 in Sport
 
 Heartbroken and angry - widow speaks out after husband's employer fined £1m for failing to prevent his death

"Heartbroken and angry" - widow speaks out after husband's employer fined £1m for failing to prevent his death

The wife of a man who was killed in an industrial accident has spoken out after his employers were fined nearly £1million. Tracey Seward said she was “heartbroken and angry” that her husband Mark had died at work because his employer “took so little care

Saturday, 05:28 in Regional West
 
Coventry City fan's wish list delight

Coventry City fan's wish list delight

The family of a terminally ill man have thanked Coventry City FC after he was “treated like royalty” at the recent Checkatrade Trophy semi-final. Michael Sturdy had gone to the game with members of his family as part of a bucketlist he has compiled after

Saturday, 05:28 in Regional West
 
This is what Stratford's new Hotel du Vin will look like

This is what Stratford's new Hotel du Vin will look like

New images of been released to show what Warwickshire’s first Hotel du Vin will look like when it opens in Stratford later this year. Malmaison Hotel du Vin have said work is fast progressing on transforming two Grade II listed Georgian townhouses. The n

Friday, 19:38 in Regional West
 

Russell Slade wary of Gillingham and former Sky Blues striker Cody McDonald

Russell Slade says that Coventry City have to keep a tight rein on Cody McDonald when the Sky Blues old boy returns to the Ricoh Arena this afternoon. The 30-year-old striker didn’t flourish at Coventry after being recruited by Andy Thorn in the summer o

Friday, 19:11 in Sport
 
Courts: Costco crooks steal over £600 of alcohol from Coventry store

Courts: Costco crooks steal over £600 of alcohol from Coventry store

Two men travelled from Birmingham to steal over £600 worth of alcohol from a Coventry wholesalers. Sean Ellis and Aaron French were found guilty of nicking the huge amount of booze from the giant Costco store, in Canley. The pair, who are both 23, were g

Friday, 19:08 in Regional West
 

'Jimmy Hill Way' unveiled as major city road in honour of Sky Blues legend

A major Coventry road has been renamed after the late, great Jimmy Hill following a Telegraph campaign. Jimmy Hill Way signs now take pride of place on a stretch of the A444 from Coventry City’s new home at the Ricoh Arena to Holbrook Way. As manager at

Friday, 17:38 in Regional West
 
Pupil taken to hospital after collision outside Coventry school

Pupil taken to hospital after collision outside Coventry school

A child has been hit by a car outside a school in Coventry Shortly after Cardinal Newman School in Keresley finished for half term today, there was a crash involving a young boy and a car. The boy, who is thought to be around 11-years-old, was taken to h

Friday, 16:31 in Regional West
 

Deal struck after bird lover fined £100 for feeding swans at Coventry park

A compromise has been struck between a pensioner and council chiefs after he was fined £100 for feeding swans. Police were called after Michael Rennie was handed two penalty notices for feeding the birds at Quinton Park, in Cheylesmore. He was told his a

Friday, 16:19 in Regional West
 

Your chance to quiz the West Midlands Mayor candidates in Coventry

The Telegraph is backing a series of public debates ahead of the vote to elect a West Midlands mayor - and our readers will be able to join the audience. All five declared candidates James Burn (Green), Pete Durnell (UKIP), Beverley Nielsen (Lib Dem), Si

Friday, 16:19 in Regional West
 

Horse trapped in rubble of collapsed Bedworth stables - after falling through ROOF!

A horse was trapped for several hours in a collapsed farm building in Bedworth. Firefighters spent four hours battling to free the animal after it became stuck in the rubble. The drama unfolded in Dove Close just after 7am. As well as fire crews a vet wa

Friday, 16:16 in Regional West
 

Coventry City's George Thomas 'enjoying' his current role under Russell Slade

Few Coventry city players have had much to smile about over the past couple of months – but George Thomas is the exception that proves the rule. On the first-team fringe under Tony Mowbray and Mark Venus, the teenage striker has played all 12 games since

Friday, 16:02 in Sport
 
Atherstone shop worker handed suspended prison sentence for selling fake cigarettes

Atherstone shop worker handed suspended prison sentence for selling fake cigarettes

A shop worker has been given a suspended prison sentence and slapped with a hefty fine for selling fake cigarettes. Morad Mohmad Ahmed, 39, who works at Congrave’s Sweets and Treats in Atherstone, has been given a nine-month term, suspended for two years

Friday, 15:42 in Regional West
 
Man injured after collision with traffic lights near Ricoh Arena

Man injured after collision with traffic lights near Ricoh Arena

A man is being treated for ankle injuries after his car collided with a set of traffic lights. The incident happened in Classic Drive, Foleshill, at around 1.10pm today. West Midlands Police and West Midlands Ambulance were both called to the scene near

Friday, 14:33 in Regional West
 


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