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'It froze their brains' Everything Coventry City boss Mark Robins said after the defeat to Luton

Reflecting on the game “It was poor; a poor performance against a good team. “Today we have had a harsh lesson against a side that is flying high. “I also thought we were hanging in the game. Even though we weren’t at our fluid best, and conditions...

yesterday, 16:33 in Sport
 
Amazing return of show dogs stolen from Coventry

Amazing return of show dogs stolen from Coventry

The missing dogs stolen in Coventry have been reunited with their owners after an eventful day for the pedigree pups. Having travelled over from Ireland to enter her two Japanese Shiba Inus in a major competition, Emer Wright was devastated when she...

yesterday, 16:22 in Regional West
 
This is the most common thing to think about in the shower

This is the most common thing to think about in the shower

Ever noticed that some of your best ideas come about when you're in the shower? Well you're not alone, in fact it's so common that there's an entire area on Reddit dedicated to it, r/Showerthoughts . There you will find a mixture of pop culture debate...

yesterday, 15:27 in Regional West
 
Guide Dogs training centre could be leaving Leamington

Guide Dogs training centre could be leaving Leamington

A much-loved animal charity could be leaving Leamington Spa after more than 70 years in the town. The Warwickshire town is home to one of four Guide Dog training centres in the UK. But the site is set to be relocated as part of an ambitious new...

yesterday, 15:03 in Regional West
 
Heartbreaking statement from Chester Zoo confirms animals died in fire

Heartbreaking statement from Chester Zoo confirms animals died in fire

A statement from Chester Zoo has confirmed a number of species were lost in yesterday's terrible fire. The blaze broke out in what is the largest indoor zoo exhibit - the Monsoon Forest habitat - just before midday on Saturday. Visitors and animals...

yesterday, 13:58 in Regional West
 
These are the best performing primary schools in Coventry

These are the best performing primary schools in Coventry

The latest UK school figures are out and reveal the best performing primary schools across the land. Figures released by the Department for Education show the percentage of pupils meeting the expected levels in core subjects, and the percentage...

yesterday, 13:58 in Regional West
 

The UK's top ten movie Santas and top ten Christmas films revealed

We now know who the nation’s favourite on-screen Santa is - and it probably won't come as much surprise. Richard Attenborough, come on down. He topped the NowTV poll with an impressive 43% of the vote for his iconic performance in the Christmas...

yesterday, 13:45 in Regional West
 
Pedigree show dogs stolen from Coventry hotel

Pedigree show dogs stolen from Coventry hotel

Two pedigree show dogs have been stolen from a hotel in Coventry this weekend. The owner of Japanese Shiba Inu dogs Twix and Rafa was left devastated this morning (December 16) when she went to check on their prized pooches and found them gone. Both...

yesterday, 12:37 in Regional West
 
Meet the brave baby girl who keeps smiling through treatment for rare eye cancer

Meet the brave baby girl who keeps smiling through treatment for rare eye cancer

Tiny Piper Colledge spent her first birthday in hospital after doctors discovered a massive tumour in her right eye. But the brave tot, who will turn two in January, has kept smiling throughout her ordeal. Her mum Liza Harding was delivered the awful...

yesterday, 12:30 in Regional West
 

As one door closes, another opens in the Coventry City squad as injury problems mount

Coventry City suffered another disappointing defeat at the hands of fellow promoted club Luton Town at the Ricoh Arena on Saturday. James Collins and Matty Pearson gave the visitors an unassailable lead, meaning Jonson Clarke-Harris' late penalty was...

yesterday, 12:14 in Sport
 
What we learnt about life on benefits in Coventry

What we learnt about life on benefits in Coventry

Six months ago a controversial new benefits system was rolled out across Coventry. We took a look at how families have been coping on Universal Credit. Families across Coventry are facing Christmas Day hungry, homeless and on the edge. Universal...

yesterday, 11:54 in Regional West
 
Christmas benefits bonus paid out since 1972 scrapped by Tories

Christmas benefits bonus paid out since 1972 scrapped by Tories

The Government has axed a £10 Christmas Bonus payment designed to help hard-up families on benefits. The payment was set up to cover the extra cost of the festive period for cash-strapped families. But it has been controversially scrapped. And now...

yesterday, 11:34 in Regional West
 
Coventry declared a UK property 'hotspot'

Coventry declared a UK property 'hotspot'

Coventry has been named one of the UK’s property ‘hotspots’ due to rapidly rising house prices. The city made the cut in a list of Top UK Property Hotspots in 2018 so far - based on house price rises between the start of the year and September. The...

yesterday, 11:34 in Regional West
 
Latest on fatal Foleshill Road crash

Latest on fatal Foleshill Road crash

The man arrested after a fatal crash in Coventry has been released under investigation, police have confirmed. The 64-year-old woman died as a result of the incident in Foleshill Road on Friday night (December 14). Police have confirmed the woman was...

yesterday, 10:57 in Regional West
 

Brits face having to pay for visa-free travel in Europe after Brexit

UK citizens will have to pay for visa-free travel in the European Union after Brexit, the European Commission has confirmed. Britons will have to fork out a seven euro (£6.28) fee under the EU Travel Information and Authorisation System (Etias) that...

yesterday, 10:42 in Regional West
 


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