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How Prince Charles's first comment after Harry's birth made Diana 'close off'

A new book reveals how a comment Prince Charles made after the birth of Prince Harry caused Diana, Princess of Wales, to "close off". Harry was born on this month back in 1984. And one extract from a biography written "in Diana's own...

Friday, 15:20 in Regional West

Coventry City teenager Jordan Ponticelli sings contract extension with boyhood club

Sky Blues striker Jordan Ponticelli has signed a new long-term contract with his boyhood club Coventry City. Ponticelli's new deal will keep the striker with City until 2021 with the club having the option to extend their deal by a further year, subject

Friday, 15:08 in Sport

Road rage thug jailed for repeatedly punching OAP in the face

A young man who repeatedly punched an OAP in the face has been jailed for four months. The 72-year-old victim confronted James Nicholas Badland, 21, after he smashed the wing mirror on his car while he was driving in Donnithorne Avenue, Nuneaton, on Sund

Friday, 14:58 in Regional West

Wanted bank robber facing prison time arrested after court no-show

A man who admitted robbing a Nuneaton bank but failed to show at court to learn his fate has now been arrested. A warrant was put out for Stephen Cheshire’s arrest after his no-show at Warwick Crown Court earlier this week. The 55-year-old is facing a lo

Friday, 14:31 in Regional West

Man suffers facial injuries in attack outside Nuneaton pizza shop

Police believe a number of people may have witnessed an attack on a man outside a Nuneaton pizza parlour. A man in his 30s was walking along Kingswood Road between 7.35pm and 7.55pm on Sunday, September 17, when he was approached by two men at Napoli Piz

Friday, 14:24 in Regional West

This emotive film will fill your heart with pride for Coventry

This is the stirring film released by the team behind Coventry’s bid to be UK City of Culture in 2021 – just days before the final bid is submitted. It features emotive and heartfelt accounts of how the city has shaped the lives of a diverse range of peo

Friday, 14:24 in Regional West

LIVE: Coventry City striker Jordan Ponticelli signs a long-term contact extension with Sky Blues

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Coventry City striker Jordan Ponticelli has signed a long-term contract extension ahead of the Sky Blues' League Two clash with Exeter City on Saturday. The 1

Friday, 14:15 in Sport

Watch: Romanian Crime Academy gang execute £3m jewel raids

New footage shows how a Midlands “crime academy” gang plundered more than £3million-worth of jewellery in a massive series of heists. The six-man gang were jailed for almost 50 years for struck after they across the country. The 'ninja-like' raiders took

Friday, 14:00 in Regional West

Man charged in relation to Parsons Green terror attack

An 18-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder and possessing explosives over the Parsons Green Tube terrorist attack. Ahmed Hassan, of Sunbury, in Surrey, is accused of attempting to murder people travelling on a District Line train in last F

Friday, 13:38 in Regional West

Jaguar Land Rover worker in coma and unaware of leg amputation after hit-and-run

The brother of a Jaguar Land Rover worker who was victim of a hit-and-run has revealed how he is unaware his leg has been partially amputated. Chris Hood, father to an eight-year-old daughter, remains in a clinically-induced coma after a crash on Monday.

Friday, 13:02 in Regional West

Dai Young names Jimmy Gopperth at fly half for Wasps' Premiership clash with Exeter

Dai Young has named his side to face Exeter for the first time since the two sides met in last season's Premiership final and Jimmy Gopperth starts at fly half. The New Zealand-born talisman will return to outside half at Sandy Park, after Danny Cipriani

Friday, 12:44 in Sport

'Jobsworth' stops Stormtrooper from fundraising in Coventry city centre

A heartless “jobsworth” banned a Stormtrooper from fundraising in the city centre - even though he was raising money for the air ambulance. The costumed crusader joined a charity collection which marked the end of Air Ambulance Week, but was moved on, as

Friday, 12:33 in Regional West

While We Sing Together podcast: Sky Blues aiming to bounce back against table-topping Exeter City

The Coventry Telegraph podcast 'While We Sing Together' has released a seventh episode discussing all things Coventry City. This week, Sky Blues reporters Andy Turner and Mantej Mann dissect all the latest issues and talking points during the past week,

Friday, 12:24 in Sport
Coventry and Blackheath's unbeaten record on the line in National League One clash this weekend

Coventry and Blackheath's unbeaten record on the line in National League One clash this weekend

Something has to give at the Butts Park Arena tomorrow (3pm) when two of National League One’s three remaining unbeaten sides, Coventry and Blackheath go head to head. Both have won their opening three games, leading director of rugby Rowland Winter to d

Friday, 12:15 in Sport

Uber loses license to operate in London

Uber will not be issued with an operating licence after its current deal expires on September 30, Transport for London (TfL) has announced. TfL concluded that the minicab app is "not fit and proper" to operate in the capital due to concerns...

Friday, 11:56 in Regional West

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