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Horror crash leaves one hospitalised and three injured

Horror crash leaves one hospitalised and three injured

One person has been taken to hospital after a horror crash on a busy main road in Coventry. The front end of this BMW was completely torn away in the crash on Ansty Road in Wyken around 8.30pm last night. The front wheel of the car was ripped away from t

Tuesday, 09:27 in Regional West
 
Five killed after plane crashes into shopping mall in Australia

Five killed after plane crashes into shopping mall in Australia

Four Americans on a golfing holiday and an Australian pilot have been killed after their charter plane crashed into a shopping mall in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, shortly after take-off. The twin-engine Beechcraft Super King Air crashed about 45 mi

Tuesday, 07:46 in Regional West
 
The morning news headlines: Ministers dismiss business rates 'underestimation' reports; HSBC sees 82% profit slump after 'unexpected' world events

The morning news headlines: Ministers dismiss business rates 'underestimation' reports; HSBC sees 82%...

MINISTERS DISMISS BUSINESS RATES 'UNDERESTIMATION' REPORTS The Government has dismissed as "nonsense" reports that Cabinet ministers underestimated business rate rises by 5-7% in a letter sent to Tory MPs. In the private email, Communities...

Tuesday, 07:46 in Regional West
 

Coventry City's Jodi Jones pushing for more starts after impressing from the bench

Jodi Jones is keen to shake off his ‘impact player’ tag and start getting more starts to help Coventry City’s push for League One survival. The 19-year-old forward has been the most used substitute for the Sky Blues this season and after impressing from

Tuesday, 06:23 in Sport
 

Sweet! Earlsdon could get a new dessert parlour and restaurant if council approve plans

Earlsdon residents could be in for a sweet deal if city planners give a proposed new dessert lounge the go ahead. An application to transform an office block and photography studio in Hearsall Lane into a destination for the sweet of tooth was submitted

Tuesday, 05:55 in Regional West
 

£150k-a-year council finance chief who oversaw Ricoh Arena deals to leave

One of Coventry City Council’s highest earners is set to leave as the authority looks to shave £350,000 from its top level wage bill. Chris West, the council’s director of finance, is to take early retirement from his £150,000-a-year role after 34 years

Tuesday, 05:55 in Regional West
 
Man, 68, missing after visit to Warwick Hospital

Man, 68, missing after visit to Warwick Hospital

Police are appealing for help to find a pensioner who went missing soon after visiting hospital. Phillip Harris, 68, was last seen walking along Lakin Road, in Warwick, at around 1.40pm on Sunday. He had attended Warwick Hospital earlier in the day and h

Monday, 19:49 in Regional West
 

Where to buy a child booster seat before the big law change

Car seat regulations are changing on March 1 to improve children's safety - so now's the time to ensure you're on the right side of the law. Backless booster seats will no longer be appropriate for children who are smaller than a certain size . Children

Monday, 19:16 in Regional West
 

Coventry City U18s extend winning run to eight games after victory over Millwall

Coventry City U18s extended their impressive winning run to eight games on Saturday, after a 2-0 win away at Millwall. The result saw City score their 18th goal in three games, as well as securing their third consecutive clean sheet. Goals from Kyle Finn

Monday, 19:14 in Sport
 
Prostitution in Hillfields is no surprise but still unacceptable say city cops

Prostitution in Hillfields is "no surprise" but still "unacceptable" say city cops

Police say that while prostitution in the Hillfields area of Coventry will come as “no surprise” to residents, it is still “unacceptable”. It was revealed last week that the city has one of the highest rates of persistent street prostitution recorded in

Monday, 19:08 in Regional West
 

Nicola Payne: Police use digger and dogs at Coombe Country Park in hunt for missing Coventry mum

A digger has been brought in by police as they continue their search for missing Coventry mum Nicola Payne. Searches have been carried out at Coombe Country Park since September, with officers renewing their efforts on Monday on an area of woodland next

Monday, 19:08 in Regional West
 
Moseley and Coventry RFC supply eight players for Friday's England v Scotland clash

Moseley and Coventry RFC supply eight players for Friday's England v Scotland clash

England Counties selectors have selected a side with a strong Midlands flavour for Friday’s clash with Scotland Clubs at Moseley’s Billesley Common (7.45pm kick off). The matchday 23 contains four players from the home club, who are currently riding high

Monday, 18:46 in Regional West
 

Checkatrade Trophy final: Coventry City fans queue for hours to buy Wembley tickets

Sky Blues fans had snapped-up almost 15,000 tickets for the club's Checkatrade Trophy final showdown by late afternoon today. At around 5pm the club confirmed it had sold 14,975 tickets after they went on sale to season ticket holders both online and at

Monday, 17:52 in Sport
 

Coventry City at Wembley: Sky Blues fans snap up 15,000 tickets on the first day of sale

Coventry City have already sold nearly 15,000 tickets for the Checkatrade Trophy final. Tickets went on priority sale to season ticket holders this morning, and each person was eligible to buy six tickets each. The exact figure sold was 14,975, with over

Monday, 17:33 in Sport
 

Coventry City Under-23s see off Championship Bristol City's development side at The Higgs Centre

Goals from defenders Jak Hickman and Cian Harries gave Coventry City’s Under-23s victory over Bristol City’s development side at the Alan Higgs Centre this afternoon. Sky Blues ’ Under-18s regular Hickman stepped up a level to give City the lead with a f

Monday, 17:21 in Sport
 


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