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Bethany Hill murder accused "heard voices" and was fascinated with the occult, court hears

A man accused of slitting his ex-girlfriend’s throat would “hear voices in his head” telling him what to do, a court has heard. Jurors at Warwick Crown Court were told that Jack Williams also had regular dreams about killing or hurting people and on one

Wednesday, 17:01 in Regional West
 

This HMRC scam email is stealing peoples' personal details

Coventry and Warwickshire residents are being urged to be aware of a new HMRC scam email which is doing the rounds. Worryingly, the scam message could see local residents fleeced by fraudsters. Scammers are targeting internet users with the fake messages

Wednesday, 17:01 in Regional West
 
How low can you get? Thief steals from baby hospice in distraction burglary

How low can you get? Thief steals from baby hospice in distraction burglary

A thief tricked their way into a Coventry baby hospice before stealing cash and charity badges. Stunned staff at Zoe’s Place , in Easter Way, Ash Green, are keen for people to come forward with information after the brazen theft. The thief came into the

Wednesday, 16:31 in Regional West
 

'Sisu need to sell the club' - Fans react to claim England footballers are 'interested in Coventry City...

Coventry City fans have been reacting to a city financial advisor's claims that he has lined up three former England international footballers who would join a consortium to take over the club. Jas Jaspal, owner of Oakwood Financial Advisors, has told th

Wednesday, 16:26 in Regional West
 
Life saving smear tests are at a 19-year low in Coventry

Life saving smear tests are at a 19-year low in Coventry

Women in Coventry are being encouraged to book their smear tests after shocking figures revealed that uptake is at a 19-year low. Over 85,200 women between 25 and 64 in Coventry are eligible for screening, but only 70.5% take up the offer. Health bosses

Wednesday, 16:26 in Regional West
 

Coventry City digest: 30 years since the Sky Blues first appeared live on TV

On Sunday January 18, 1987, Coventry City's clash with Arsenal at Highbury was aired live on television. It was the first time the Sky Blues had featured on a live broadcast when ITV's 'The Big Match' cameras rolled in to North London. League leaders Ars

Wednesday, 16:23 in Sport
 

14,000 new homes planned for Nuneaton and MORE traveller sites

Almost 14,000 new homes, more traveller sites and a focus on businesses wanting to invest in the borough - that’s the plan for Nuneaton and Bedworth over the next 14 years. The long-awaited borough plan has finally been published revealing details of wha

Wednesday, 16:15 in Regional West
 
Woman Who Awards 2017 to celebrate leading ladies in business

Woman Who Awards 2017 to celebrate leading ladies in business

The Woman Who... Awards 2017 are being launched to celebrate the achievements of our region's women in business . Nominations are now open for the awards, which take place in May to recognise inspirational women from across the Coventry , Warwickshire an

Wednesday, 16:15 in Regional West
 

Sam Ricketts backs Russell Slade to steer Coventry City clear of relegation

Sam Ricketts has backed Russell Slade’s back to basics approach to steer Coventry City clear of the threat of relegation. The 35-year-old is trying to do his bit as well as he continues to exert his influence and develop his coaching skills with the Sky

Wednesday, 16:11 in Sport
 

This is what the law says on what to do if somebody parks outside your house

So, you've woken up in the morning, and you're faced with a horrible sight. You've had your coffee and your cereal, but when it comes to head out to work, you find yourself blocked in. Of course, sometimes it's understandable if somebody is parked outsid

Wednesday, 16:07 in Regional West
 

Plans for two new city centre car parks to be discussed by Coventry City Council

Two new multi-storey car parks could be built in the city centre. Councillors will discuss plans to replace the Salt Lane car park, New Union Street multi-storey and Cheylesmore surface car park at a cabinet meeting on January 24. The plans to create 900

Wednesday, 15:48 in Regional West
 

Alan McCormack: Everything you need to know about Brentford man linked with Sky Blues

According to reports on MailOnline, Coventry City have shown an interest in Brentford's Alan McCormack. The midfielder has struggled for game time at Griffin Park this season, and the Bees appear to be keen on letting the midfielder leave on loan to main

Wednesday, 15:45 in Sport
 
Car salesman suffers horrendous injuries after thief steals van and mows him down during test drive

Car salesman suffers "horrendous" injuries after thief steals van and mows him down during test drive

A car showroom worker suffered “horrendous” injuries after being locked out of a car and mown down during a test drive. The victim suffered injuries to his leg, torso, head and back after being dragged ten metres down the road. He is in a serious conditi

Wednesday, 15:29 in Regional West
 

Brexit blamed as Apple hike price of iPhone apps by 25 per cent

Apple is to raise the price of apps in the UK by up to 25% following the fall in value of the pound. The US tech giant has issued new pricing guidance to developers using its App Store. It will mean the lowest priced app or in-app purchase costing 79p wi

Wednesday, 14:11 in Regional West
 
How you can sleep better and avoid lying awake at night

How you can sleep better and avoid lying awake at night

There are few things worse than lying in bed tossing and turning into the wee small hours, but a recent survey us Brits are the worst sleepers in the world. And it's not for the lack of trying. A whopping £58million is spent on over-the-counter sleep aid

Wednesday, 13:40 in Regional West
 


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