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Spring may be here - but the weather's about to take a dramatic twist

Spring may be here - but snow, freezing temperatures and heavy frost are all on the way this week. The Met Office has warned of the threat of icy weather across the UK this week, with temperatures set to plunge. Forecasters said said it would be “much co

Monday, 15:15 in Regional West
 
Celesio UK staff reveal hidden music talents to raise funds for charity

Celesio UK staff reveal hidden music talents to raise funds for charity

Staff from Celesio UK unleashed their inner rock stars at their annual charity fundraiser. At a special Stars in Their Eyes-themed event at the Hilton Hotel, Walsgrave Triangle, employees helped raise more than £3,700 for the Alzheimer’s Society. Ten peo

Monday, 15:15 in Regional West
 

Speeding driver late for work killed great-grandad as he crossed the road

A speeding driver who killed a great-grandfather as he crossed a Coventry road has been jailed. Romans Lasmanis, who was late for work, was doing 45mph in a 30mph zone when he hit 73-year-old Leonard Steptoe in Sewall Highway, Wyken, in April last year.

Monday, 15:03 in Regional West
 

Watch moment scrambler bike yobs crash into each other trying to flee police

This is the shocking moment scrambler bike yobs crash into each other as they try and flee police. The footage comes as West Midlands Police cracks down on illegal bikers causing misery across the Midlands. The video shows officers surrounding a fallen b

Monday, 14:47 in Regional West
 

No police action to be taken on Nuneaton quarry rescue man

A man who caused a four-hour stand-off at Nuneaton quarry will face no police action over the incident. It has been confirmed that, despite there being 19 emergency service vehicles on hand and almost four hours of negotiation , Warwickshire Police Force

Monday, 14:47 in Regional West
 

Coventry Gang Shows of 1980s and 1990s: Can you spot yourself?

Do you recognise yourself in these Coventry Gang Shows of the 80s and 90s? As Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers gear up to stage the 57th Coventry Gang Show this week , what better time to delve into the photo albums of past Gang Shows for a trip down

Monday, 14:47 in Regional West
 

Coventry City injury news: Beavon and Thomas back while Tudgay waits on scan

Strikers Stuart Beavon and Kwame Thomas are set to return to Coventry City ’s squad to face Port Vale tomorrow night. Former Burton Albion front man Beavon sat out Saturday’s trip to MK Dons due to suffering with ‘fatigue’ while Thomas was injured but bo

Monday, 14:12 in Sport
 

Coventry City fans turn to gallows humour and five other things we learned from the club's 22nd League One...

Sign of the times The last time Mark Robins took Coventry City to stadium:mk they triumphed 3-2 in front of 4,000 travelling and fully entertained fans. That was back in 2012 when a goal from Franck Moussa and quick-fire brace from Stephen Elliott secur

Monday, 13:11 in Sport
 

Route double decker bus took before it ploughed into family home

This is the route a double decker bus took before it ploughed into a family home. The vehicle left a trail of destruction as it hurtled across a roundabout before smashing into the front of the semi-detached property . It appears the bus approached on th

Monday, 13:06 in Regional West
 
Optometrist was wrongly struck off for blunder that blinded OAP, the High Court has ruled

Optometrist was wrongly struck off for blunder that blinded OAP, the High Court has ruled

A retired Coventry optometrist who admitted “grave errors” after an elderly patient went blind was wrongly struck off, the High Court has ruled. Mathew Clarke, who ran Clarke Opticians in Cheylesmore, was erased from the register by the General Optical C

Monday, 13:06 in Regional West
 
Comment: Anglo-Welsh Cup highlights Wasps' development needs

Comment: Anglo-Welsh Cup highlights Wasps' development needs

The fact that only 6,834 had enough interest to attend this weekend’s Anglo-Welsh Cup final at Harlequins’ Stoop home speaks volumes about the competition’s lack of profile. This gets worse when you consider that Leicester, who routinely draw over 20,000

Monday, 12:48 in Sport
 

Keresley bus smash: Fire crews carrying out 'emergency repairs'

Fire crews were forced to undertake emergency repairs after it was feared a family home could collapse after being hit by a double decker bus. Firefighters have spent more than three hours repairing structural damage and reinforcing the semi-detached hom

Monday, 12:29 in Regional West
 

Prime Minister to trigger Article 50 on March 29

Theresa May will trigger EU withdrawal talks under Article 50 on March 29, Downing Street has announced. The Prime Minister's letter officially notifying the European Council of the UK's intention to quit will set in train a two-year negotiation process

Monday, 12:19 in Regional West
 

Theresa May to trigger Brexit process next week

Theresa May will trigger EU withdrawal talks under Article 50 next week. The Prime Minister's letter officially notifying the European Council of the UK's intention to quit will set in train a two-year negotiation process expected to lead to Britain leav

Monday, 12:08 in Regional West
 

Police hunt sex attacker who struck in Nuneaton

A young woman has been sexually assaulted in a car park in Nuneaton. Police say the woman, who has not been identified, was attacked in the communal parking area at Kensington Court in Camp Hill during the early hours of Sunday, March 12. They have only

Monday, 12:08 in Regional West
 


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