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More frozen food recalled from supermarkets over listeria fears

Another frozen product is being removed from supermarket shelves - taking the total to 50. Various packets of frozen vegetables have been revealled amid concern around listeria outbreak sweeping across UK supermarkets. A list of 49 items was published...

Sunday, 11:03 in Regional West
 

App created in Coventry helps gardeners by revealing best plants to attract bees

The best plants to grow to attract bumblebees have been revealed, after gardeners across the country used an app to record bee sightings. The three flowers most visited by bees were viper’s-bugloss, teasel and toadflax, according to data from the...

Sunday, 11:03 in Regional West
 

Motorway police seize £8 million haul of drugs and stolen goods

Thieves, drug dealers and fraudsters have had more than £8 million worth of goods seized from them after being stopped on the West Midlands motorway network. Central Motorway Police Group released details of goods taken from criminals after being...

Sunday, 10:30 in Regional West
 

National Lottery results for Saturday July 14

There's a very tasty £3.1 million jackpot up for grabs from last night's National Lottery draw. But has anyone from Coventry and Warwickshire scooped the main prize? If so you could be handing in your notice at work tomorrow, buying your dream car or...

Sunday, 10:08 in Regional West
 

Everyone's making this joke about Meghan Markle's Wimbledon outfit

Meghan Markle has made some pretty good fashion decisions in her life. The wedding dress designed by a Brummie and adored by a nation being one of them. But when she pitched up to Wimbledon, people were less impressed. And everyone was saying the same...

Sunday, 10:08 in Regional West
 

From puppy leave to office saunas: The best job perks in the UK

Some jobs are better than others. Footballers picking up £50,000 a week to kick round a ball aren't doing to badly for themselves. But for the rest of us, we have to enjoy our small moments, like when someone brings doughnuts into the office. However,...

Sunday, 10:08 in Regional West
 

The celebrities earning more than £100,000 a DAY

Imagine going into a shop an winning a £10,000 scratchcard - what a day that'd be, right? Well, for some celebrities, it is like they do that 20 times EVERY SINGLE DAY, according to The Mirror . For the likes of JK Rowling, Adele and Gordon Ramsay,...

Sunday, 10:08 in Regional West
 

Secret Coventry: The skeletal remains of the famous old market clock

It once stood proudly overlooking the city but now Coventry’s former market clock lies discarded and forlorn in a patch of disused land. The once famous landmark made up part of the city’s skyline for 50 years after it was installed in 1957 at the...

Sunday, 10:08 in Regional West
 

Building work starts on Parkside student flats

A church was among buildings levelled on Parkside to make way for a new block of high-rise student accommodation. Cranes and demolition crews moved onto the site to flatten the former house of worship, houses and a warehouse. The student accommodation...

Sunday, 05:53 in Regional West
 

'A fantastic urban experience' - do you agree with what this town planner has to say about Cov?

Coventry's architecture left one town planner 'blown away' for its bold vision and 'spectacularly brutalist' design. And while his praise for some of our iconic buildings may raise a few eyebrows, he also levels criticism shared by many Coventrians at...

Sunday, 05:53 in Regional West
 

Build-A-Bear teddies can be bought for your child's age all year

Build-A-Bear stores across the country were beset by children wanting a teddy for the price of their age last week. Many families had raced to the stores for a one-off promotion, offering customers the chance to buy any bear - which can cost upwards...

Saturday, 23:32 in Regional West
 

Toddler dies after collision with van in Midland suburb

A 19-month-old boy has died after being hit by a van on parkland at Sarehole Mill. The incident happened just before midday on Friday July 13 on land off Wake Green Road in Billesley. A 30-year-old man and 26-year-old woman who were arrested on...

Saturday, 23:32 in Regional West
 
Land Rover Defender: Does it matter if it's built abroad?

Land Rover Defender: Does it matter if it's built abroad?

It has been suggested Coventry car maker Land Rover might make its all-new Defender model in Slovakia rather than its spiritual home of Solihull. Speculation comes in the wake of a recent announcement that Land Rover will be shifting production of its...

Saturday, 23:32 in Regional West
 

EuroMillions results: The winning numbers for Friday July 13 2018

Could your numbers have come up last night It might have been Friday 13th and there was rain - for some people those two things can be a sign of good fortune. And a small fortune could be yours if you had a winning EuroMillions ticket. Someone tonight...

Saturday, 23:32 in Regional West
 

Coventry University called on to stop students dumping rubbish on residential streets

Coventry University is being urged to do more to stop departing students dumping rubbish on residential streets. Councillor Jayne Innes, cabinet member for city services, told the BBC she will be pushing for the university "to be the first point...

Saturday, 23:32 in Regional West
 


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