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Child in hospital with serious injuries after crash near Wolvey

A child was taken to hospital with serious injuries after a car collided with a hedge near Wolvey this afternoon (Thursday, June 22). Police, an ambulance and the Northampton and Warwickshire Air Ambulance was called to the B4114 Smockington Lane shortly

yesterday, 16:43 in Regional West

Rugby town centre hit by power cut

Rugby town centre has been hit by a power cut this morning (Thursday June 22). Western Power Distribution is reporting 74 properties with postcodes starting ‘CV21 2’ are affected by the cut, which happened at around 9.25am. They estimate power will be re

yesterday, 16:13 in Regional West

Survey reveals Warwickshire adults lost £9 million to cyber crime

A survey has revealed that adults in Warwickshire have lost nearly £9 million due to cyber crime. On Wednesday, June 21, Warwickshire County Council and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner launched their report into the findings of a second c

yesterday, 13:06 in Regional West

Shock as successful Rugby dementia care home closing down

A successful dementia care home in Rugby will be closing, leaving residents and their families devastated. Cherry Trees care home residents and staff will have to relocate to sister homes after its owners, Pinnacle Care, took the decision to shut it down

yesterday, 11:21 in Regional West

Rugby choir marks 150 years with two special concerts

Rugby Philharmonic Choir will perform two special concerts to mark their 150th anniversary celebrations. The choir has been filling the town with the sound of music since 1867. Furnished with an eclectic repertoire and a chorus of more than 90 voices, th

yesterday, 09:42 in Regional West

Harborough man accused of attempted murder of Rugby salesman denies charge

A Harborough man accused of attempted murder after allegedly running over a Rugby car salesman has denied the charge. John Tuff, 36, of Symington Way, Market Harborough, pleaded not guilty at Warwick Crown Court to the attempted murder of salesman David

yesterday, 09:42 in Regional West

REACTION: Rugby Local Plan approved including Lodge Farm

The plan for where up to 15,000 houses will be placed in Rugby borough was taken to the next stage as the Local Plan was approved tonight (Wednesday, June 21), including the controversial Lodge Farm proposal. The Benn Hall was filled with many angry resi

yesterday, 09:42 in Regional West

BREAKING LIVE: Rugby Local Plan approved

Rugby borough councillors approved the Local Plan in a hotly debated meeting this evening (Wednesday, June 21). The decision will shape development in our borough for the next 24 years, so today is a big day. Follow our live coverage of the meeting at th

Wednesday, 21:29 in Regional West

PICTURES: Sunny return for Rugby carnival after more than 10 years

Hundreds of people enjoyed the first carnival in Rugby in more than 10 years on Saturday (June 17). Gymnasts to martial artists put on spectacular displays in the Clock Towers Shopping Centre before continuing the fun in glorious sunshine at Caldecott Pa

Wednesday, 19:46 in Regional West

Valuables stolen during early morning Hillmorton break-in

Burglars stole numerous valuables in an early morning break-in at a home in Hillmorton before bank cards were used a nearby petrol station, according to police. Offenders reportedly climbed into a home in Gainsborough Crescent through an insecure conserv

Wednesday, 16:35 in Regional West

Seven injured after minibus and lorry crash on M6

Seven people were injured after a crash between a lorry and a minibus on the M6 yesterday evening (Tuesday, June 20). A 37-year-old man was airlifted to hospital with a suspected fractured leg while six other men suffered various injuries in the crash sh

Wednesday, 15:44 in Regional West

Travellers facing eviction after moving onto Rugby park

Travellers are facing court proceedings as the council aims to evict them after setting up a ‘camp’ at a park in Rugby last night (Tuesday, June 20). Caravans arrived at Criss-Cross Park in Brownsover yesterday evening. Rugby Borough Council staff spoke

Wednesday, 15:30 in Regional West

Rugby dad finishes ‘emotional’ 2,000-mile running challenge

A father from Rugby thanked everyone who helped him complete an ‘emotional’ 2,000-mile running challenge for charity on Sunday (June 18). Jonathan Taylor hit his target of running 2,166 miles by Father's Day, which he started in September last year. The

Wednesday, 13:03 in Regional West

Adults under 25 “twice as likely to suffer from hay fever as those aged 55 or older”

Young adults are twice as likely to suffer from hay fever as those aged over 54, according to new research. The study showed that almost half of those those aged 16 to 24 (48 per cent) have experienced a seasonal allergy, such as hay fever or an allergy

Wednesday, 11:04 in Regional West

Brits could be banned from all-inclusive holidays - unless they stop making fake ‘food-poisoning’ claims

Brits could be banned from going on all-inclusive holidays abroad unless they stop making fake food poisoning claims, tour operators have warned. Travel bosses have been left ‘embarrassed’ by the huge spike in reports of holiday sickness - described as a

Wednesday, 10:50 in Regional West

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