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Poundland-owned 99p stores collapses into administration with 60 stores to shut

99p Stores has fallen into administration - less than two years after being bought by high street giant Poundland. Around 60 stores are thought to be affected, according to a report in trade journal Retail Week. A 99p Stores spokesman, however, has said

Monday, 19:53 in Regional West

No return for Bees while Brandon Stadium police probe continues

There is no prospect whatsoever of the Coventry Bees returning to Brandon Stadium to race until police a police investigation into the alleged theft of fixtures and fittings at the site has been concluded. Lawyers acting for stadium owners Brandon Estate

Monday, 19:53 in Regional West

Is your new motor a car tax nightmare? The 22 cars facing the biggest tax rise from next week

Imminent changes to Vehicle Excise Duty mean consumers have just over a week to secure a deal on a new car before tax rates soar by over 2,000 per cent. The cost of taxing a car purchased after 1 April 2017 could be up to 25 times more, with even some of

Monday, 19:28 in Regional West

Run over and dumped in a ditch - murder trial jury hears final moments of postman David Lamont

A Coventry man deliberately ran over a friend and fellow am-dram enthusiast while high on drink and drugs, a court has heard. Kamaljit Dhaliwal claims the death of David Lamont was a “tragic accident” which occurred after a night out drinking and smoking

Monday, 19:16 in Regional West

Coventry City v Oxford United preview: Referee watch for Checkatrade Trophy final

Chris Sarginson has been appointed as the match referee for the Sky Blues' Checkatrade Trophy final against Oxford United on Sunday. It will be the first time City have made an appearance at Wembley in 30 years, although the Sky Blues are big underdogs f

Monday, 19:12 in Sport

Severn Trent faces fine for over-run works causing 'chaos' in Nuneaton

A water company is being threatened with a fine for over-running works in Nuneaton. Coventry-based Severn Trent is facing the penalty from Warwickshire County Council for chaos on the roads. Traffic in Hinckley Road has been described as “hellish” while

Monday, 17:37 in Regional West

Official Coventry City flags could be confiscated at Wembley after unexplained rule switch

Coventry City flags sold by the club as official merchandise for the Wembley final are now too big to be allowed into the stadium without special permission following last minute rule changes. Stadium regulations were changed for the Checkatrade Trophy F

Monday, 17:06 in Sport

Wasps and England star jokes his body is destined for medical science!

For Wasps and England flanker James Haskell, the well-worn phrase ‘from head to toe’ has never had more resonance. It is somehow difficult to take an injury to an 18-stone muscle-bound giant’s tootsie overly seriously, but for the powerhouse back-rower i

Monday, 16:57 in Sport

Coventry City digest: Which Sky Blues player was named in Football League Paper's team of the week?

Coventry City goalkeeper Lee Burge was named in the Football League Paper's 'Team of the Week', following his excellent performance against Bristol Rovers on Saturday. The 24-year-old was in fine form at the weekend making a number of crucial saves to co

Monday, 16:34 in Sport
Moseley sign Stourbridge RFC skipper Ciaran who fulfils a family ambition

Moseley sign Stourbridge RFC skipper Ciaran who fulfils a family ambition

A long-held family ambition will come true next season when Stourbridge captain Ciaran Moore joins Birmingham Moseley. At a glance little seems remarkable about the 23-year-old No.8 becoming the latest player to become part of Richard Protherough’s first

Monday, 16:28 in Regional West

Vinylmania sees music lovers flock to Coventry records fair

A crowd of music lovers flocked to a records fair held at Coventry’s Fargo Village. With vinyl said to be outselling downloads, the event attracted a number of records fans yesterday. They could browse through prog rock, punk rock and hip-hop to soul, re

Monday, 16:28 in Regional West

Coventry City vs Oxford United: Will the Checkatrade Trophy final have extra-time or is it straight to...

The Checkatrade Trophy final will go to extra-time if the match ends with both sides level after 90 minutes. Coventry City will take on Oxford United at Wembley Stadium on April 2. The Sky Blues will be backed by thousands of travelling supporters agains

Monday, 16:20 in Sport

On-demand laundry cleaning app launches in Coventry - and you can get a £10 voucher by signing up now

A new on-demand laundry and dry cleaning service has now launched in Coventry. Laundrapp collects, dry cleans and delivers at the same price as taking your things to the local dry cleaners while partnering with local drivers. The service is one of the UK

Monday, 16:17 in Regional West

Commuter chaos as M42 closed in Warwickshire due to serious collision

Commuters can expect long delays on the motorways tonight after two separate incidents on the M6 and M42. A serious collision has forced the closure of both sides of the M42 between junction 7 and junction 8. The accident happened just after 2.30pm on th

Monday, 16:00 in Regional West

Mum can't take three-year-old to Coventry park because of burnt out car and drugs litter

These are the devastating photos which show the reason why parents are now scared of taking their children to a park play area. The wreckage of a car which was deliberately set on fire has been lying in the middle of Caludon Castle Park since March 15 -

Monday, 15:30 in Regional West

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