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Vital youth work in Coventry will go on - thanks to newly formed network

A new network has been set to up to keep youth work in Coventry – and make sure no young person in the city is left behind. Coventry Youth Partnership, lead by Positive Youth Foundation, will run everything from youth centres through to targeted...

4 December 2017 in Regional West
 

Raiders try to blast open cash machine using 'explosive device'

Raiders tried to blast open a cash machine using an “explosive device” in the latest in a long line of attacks on ATMs around Warwickshire. Police are appealing for witnesses after the failed raid at the Nationwide Building Society in Kenilworth in...

4 December 2017 in Regional West
 

First Coventry and Warwickshire Business Festival hailed a huge success

The first Coventry and Warwickshire Business Festival drew to a close on Friday following two weeks packed full of exciting, diverse and stimulating business events, staged across the whole region. In its inaugural year, the Coventry and Warwickshire...

4 December 2017 in Regional West
 

Who could Coventry City face in FA Cup third round draw? Live stream, TV details and ball numbers

Coventry City are through to the third round of the FA Cup after beating Boreham Wood 3-0 at the Ricoh Arena. First-half goals from Duckens Nazon and Marc McNulty set the Sky Blues on their way before Jordan Shipley added another in the second...

4 December 2017 in Sport
 

Pupils spend special afternoon with elderly for poignant project about war

Youngsters from a Coventry school paid a special visit to an older people’s complex as part of a poignant project. Pupils from St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School in Harry Rose Road, Wyken , went along to Wyken Court to meet with residents and show...

4 December 2017 in Regional West
 

Eight hours a day of dialysis, a tumour on her spine and told she had two weeks to live - but Cov woman...

Graduating from university is a great achievement for anyone who manages it. But for Katherine Boulton from Coventry, it is quite simply a miracle. Studying at a university in Birmingham, life threw everything that it had at Katherine, who managed to...

4 December 2017 in Regional West
 
Coventry and Warwickshire Business Festival 2017 hailed a success

Coventry and Warwickshire Business Festival 2017 hailed a success

The first Coventry and Warwickshire Business Festival has been hailed a huge success. Two weeks packed with exciting, diverse and stimulating business events across the region drew to a close on December 1. More than 100 events took place during the...

4 December 2017 in Regional West
 

'He beats himself up a little bit' The full Mark Robins transcript after Coventry City's Boreham Wood win

“It’s job done – I thought it was a good, professional performance and for a young team I thought we were very good. “There is a lot of pressure on these games because of the banana skin element and playing on a Sunday. You can see that teams are...

4 December 2017 in Sport
 

Man missing from Rugby train station found 'safe and well'

A man who went missing in Rugby last month has been found safe and well. An appeal was launched by Warwickshire Police on November 15, after 51-year-old Peter Cooper went missing. He was last spotted in Rugby railway station, boarding a train to...

4 December 2017 in Regional West
 

Torrential downpours, gales and snow as winter storms sweep UK

The UK will ride a weather rollercoaster with a mixture of mild air followed by gales and downpours before a bitter Arctic blast and sub-zero temperatures arrive to signal the end of the week. A warmer flow from the Atlantic will lull Brits into a...

4 December 2017 in Regional West
 

Help the Homeless: Shocking fact of more than 200 Coventry children living in temporary accommodation

More than 200 children are living in temporary accommodation around Coventry with the crisis expected to intensify in the run-up to Christmas. The figure was revealed in statistics showing the local authority’s capacity for offering shelter to...

4 December 2017 in Regional West
 
See why the England World Cup draw one of mixed emotions on Friday

See why the England World Cup draw one of mixed emotions on Friday

Nuneaton boss Dino Maamria said he was left with mixed emotions after the World Cup draw last week. Maamria, a former Tunisian youth international, saw his home country drawn out against England in Group G of the 2018 tournament in Russia. The two...

4 December 2017 in Sport
 

The shocking number of attacks on firefighters

Attacks on firefighters on duty in the West Midlands are at their highest level for FIVE years - with brave fire crews even threatened with a gun in one shocking incident. Firefighters were attacked a staggering 87 times while on duty in the West...

4 December 2017 in Regional West
 

'I am always confident, yes' Mark Robins on Coventry City's January transfer plans

Mark Robins is confident he can add the required pace, creativity and attacking flair in the January transfer window to get Coventry City promoted back to League One. The Sky Blues boss has revealed he has targets lined up, admitting that he will be...

4 December 2017 in Sport
 

Wasps' Kearnan Myall: "To score the winner was really something special"

Kearnan Myall was delighted to score the last-minute winner against Wasps’ rivals Leicester Tigers on Saturday, revealing ‘it was something special’. Myall touched down in the 79th minute to secure the black-and-golds’ fifth successive win over Tigers...

4 December 2017 in Sport
 


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