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Save Our Sky Blues: Coventry City three weeks from league D-Day

Countdown: Last scheduled game at Ricoh will start in 0 Days 0 Hours 0 minutes 0 Seconds Coventry City have just a week to tell the English Football League where they will be playing their home matches next season - or potentially be expelled. With...

4 April 2019 in Regional West
 

Thug breaks man's jaw after he refused to hand over 60p

A dad had his jaw broken on a night out in Coventry after refusing to give a stranger 60p. Chris Robson was with his parter and some friends in Earlsdon on Tuesday night (April 2) when the thug took exception to his refusal and punched him in the...

4 April 2019 in Regional West
 

Coventry welcomes Lady Godiva train on maiden voyage

Coventry Railway Station welcomed a special guest to the station earlier today - the Lady Godiva train. Unveiled for the very first time today, the Virgin Pendolino train rolled in to Coventry with the Coventry flag adorned on the front of the...

4 April 2019 in Regional West
 

Trial for men arrested by armed police in Bedworth

Two men from Bedworth will stand trial accused of firearm offences. Police say a loaded firearm and ammunition was recovered from a vehicle that was stopped in Newtown Road, Bedworth, by officers from the Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCU) on...

4 April 2019 in Regional West
 

Poll results on potential CCFC stadium on former school site

Reports suggesting the former site of Woodlands Academy is being considered for a new CCFC stadium have divided people in the city. Earlier this week, BBC Coventry and Warwickshire reported that the site in Broad Lane, Lower Eastern Green, is...

4 April 2019 in Regional West
 

Bedworth pub fined for not having a TV licence

A Bedworth pub landlord has been fined after being caught without a TV licence. John Paul, proprietor of the Cricketers Arms in Nuneaton Road, was ordered to pay £445 by Leamington magistrates. He was fined £220 for the offence of using a TV without a...

4 April 2019 in Regional West
 

Police update on cannabis raid in Foleshill

Two men arrested after a number of police - including armed officers - raided a house in Coventry have been released pending investigation. The raid happened at an address in Thornhill Road, Foleshill, when a warrant was executed on Wednesday morning,...

4 April 2019 in Regional West
 

The clever Uni of Warwick tech that helped convict killer mum

Police used futuristic 3D scans to prove that a mum from Solihull crushed her little baby to death. Microscopic fractures were found on tragic Teri-Rae's ribcage which had led to her being starved of oxygen and eventually dying. A jury this week found...

4 April 2019 in Regional West
 

Jaguar Land Rover digest: Range Rover Evoque first drives and a lost legal battle

Coventry car maker Jaguar Land Rover is never far from the news agenda. As the manufacturer continues to deal with some challenging conditions that are making life difficult it is still business as usual. Each week we bring you a round-up of Jaguar...

4 April 2019 in Regional West
 

The spooky house in Coventry: What you have been saying

Coventry has a new mystery - in the form of an old and empty house in Canley . Though in reality, there isn't all that much new about this one, because Canley Hall has remained unchanged for at least 40 years. An old and imposing building, once...

3 April 2019 in Regional West
 

Three has taken some direct debits early - here's what your options are if you're affected

A processing error has left some Three customers 'penniless' after the company took their monthly direct debits early. The mobile operator has apologised for what it says is a 'processing error' in which those who were due to pay their bills on the...

3 April 2019 in Regional West
 

This is why armed police were in Coventry today

Two men have been arrested after a number of police officers - including armed police - raided a house in Foleshill. A warrant was carried out at an address in Thornhill Road on Wednesday morning, where a large amount of cannabis was found. Armed...

3 April 2019 in Regional West
 

Homeless man's bedding removed from city doorway - after council get court order

A rough sleeper has had his bedding removed from a pavement  in Coventry city centre - because the council say it is a "nuisance". Dylan Collins, 27, has had to pack up his belongings from outside the Marks & Spencer store in Upper...

3 April 2019 in Regional West
 

£250,000 sales drop for coffee chain that banned disposable cups

A coffee company that banned disposable cups has lost £250,000 in takeaway coffee sales in almost a year. Boston Tea Party became the first UK coffee chain to ban single-use cups last year when it removed them from all 22 of its cafes. Instead...

3 April 2019 in Regional West
 

Flybe reveals why dozens of UK flights have been cancelled

Flybe says a "shortage of pilots" is among the reason for dozens of cancelled flights across the UK. Passengers at Birmingham Airport are among those to see their journeys affected, along with the likes of Belfast, Southampton, Aberdeen,...

3 April 2019 in Regional West
 


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