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Private firm says Coventry hospital parking price rise is "not desirable but necessary"

The private firm that runs the car park at Coventry’s University Hospital has justified its latest price hike. As of Monday, the price to park at the hospital in Walsgrave went up between 20p and 40p per hour and left many regular visitors fuming. The ho

Wednesday, 19:25 in Regional West
 

Rugby man stars in Blind Date return as Paul O'Grady pairs off new generation of singletons

A man from Rugby took a starring role in the first episode of the revamped Blind Date. Paul O'Grady took over from the beloved Cilla Black as host of the retro dating show. Melanie Sykes, meanwhile, made her debut as the new 'our Graham'. The 62-year-old

Wednesday, 19:25 in Regional West
 

Love Island water bottles are now available to buy - here's where

Love Island continues to sweep the UK with its sex-fueled antics on ITV2. A group of single people are put in a luxury villa on an island (usually Majorca) in the hope of finding love. They are immediately coupled up but can ditch those options and try s

Wednesday, 19:25 in Regional West
 

Coventry City Transfers: 6ft 5 and gets goals - all you need to know about Peter Vincenti

Peter Vincenti has become Coventry City’s seventh signing of the summer, adding an attacking threat to midfield and aerial presence in both boxes. The 30-year-old, who has joined the Sky Blues on a free transfer from Rochdale, was hampered by injuries la

Wednesday, 19:19 in Sport
 

Coventry City League Two Fixtures 2017/18: Stats say Sky Blues face easiest run-in

Coventry City have the easiest end to the League Two season - on paper at least. The Sky Blues will finish their league campaign with games against Yeovil, Notts County, Crawley, Stevenage, Cheltenham and Morecambe.. Those teams had an average finishing

Wednesday, 19:19 in Sport
 

How to keep your rights as an EU citizen after Brexit

Theresa May has promised to work with "humility and resolve" as she prepares to set out her legislative programme for the next two years in a Queen's Speech expected to be dominated by Brexit. It seems the UK is destined to leave the...

Wednesday, 19:11 in Regional West
 

Coventry City Transfers: Mark Robins adds more strength to his midfield

Coventry City manager Mark Robins has strengthened his midfield with experienced campaigner Peter Vincenti from Rochdale. The 30-year-old has agreed a two-year deal with the Sky Blues and will officially join City on a free transfer on July 1. Vincenti b

Wednesday, 17:28 in Sport
 

This is why a huge plume of smoke rose above Coventry

Smoke could be seen for miles around during a large blaze on an industrial estate in Coventry. A total of 20 firefighters were sent to tackle the fire at Boston Place in Foleshill just before midday today. In a tweet, West Midlands Fire Service said the

Wednesday, 17:20 in Regional West
 

LIVE: Coventry City set to complete seventh signing of the summer - reports

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Coventry City look set to complete their seventh signing of the summer, ahead of their upcoming 2017/18 League Two campaign. The club have Tweeted out that co

Wednesday, 16:53 in Sport
 

Trail of destruction after car ploughs through garden where kids had been playing

This was the trail of destruction after a car ploughed through a garden where young children had been playing minutes earlier. An iron gate, fences, sheds and a trampoline were flattened by the car in Scots Lane in the Coundon area of Coventry on Tuesday

Wednesday, 16:49 in Regional West
 

'Most important requirement apart from driving abilities' - reaction to taxi driver English tests

This evening councillors will make a decision on whether taxi drivers in North Warwickshire will be required to take English tests. Ahead of the decision, Telegraph readers have shared their thoughts on the plan. North Warwickshire Borough Council’s lice

Wednesday, 16:17 in Regional West
 

Armed arsonists torch campervan after failing to break into Nuneaton home

Masked arsonists set fire to a camper van after failing to force their way into a Nuneaton home last night. Armed with baseball bats and petrol cans, they attempted to gain access to a property in Bermuda Road. But when they failed, the vehicle outside w

Wednesday, 16:17 in Regional West
 

Former Coventry City player Andy Whing linked with Oxford United vacancy

Two former Coventry City players and a former Sky Blues boss have been linked with the vacancy at Oxford United. Michael Appleton has left his job as Oxford boss to take up the assistant managerial role at Leicester, the clubs have announced. The 41-year

Wednesday, 16:16 in Sport
 

Coventry City fans who made trip to Wembley in their wheelchairs celebrate platinum anniversary

Lifelong Coventry City fans who made the trip down to Wembley for the Checkatrade Trophy Final in their wheelchairs have celebrated their platinum anniversary. Jim and Lily French, two dedicated Sky Blue fans, have marked 70 years of marriage. The happy

Wednesday, 16:09 in Regional West
 

Two people charged in connection with Bosworth Water park death

Two people have been charged with manslaughter by gross negligence following the death of a five-year-old boy at Bosworth Water Park near Nuneaton last July. Leicestershire Police have now charged Lynsey Dunn, 28, and Paul Smith, 36, after Charlie Dunn d

Wednesday, 15:59 in Regional West
 


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