Hollywood superstar Keanu Reeves joins Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi to discuss film-making in the West MidlandsCoventry Telegraph 29 Jun
The Shakespearean scenes of political overthrow being played out at Westminster get a slight reprieve as the Bill Ted star meets the Conservative politician...
‘I couldn’t believe it’ – photographer holds up M6 after police react to fears he might jump from bridgeCoventry Telegraph 29 Jun
Charlie Shelton unwittingly found himself in the middle of a police operation while taking snaps of a sunset...
Andy Murray on Marcus Willis' feel-good Wimbledon story and the time his fellow Briton turned up drenched for doubles.
As British qualifier Marcus Willis prepares to meet 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer, we compare their contrasting lives.
The company, based in Coventry, will not be able to send anyone to fix broken meters while they are on strike...
Chief Constable Dave Thompson has promised support to minority communities following Friday's leave vote...
The two and three-bed houses will be built on land that formed part of the two-mile Coventry Loop line...
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John Bailey, of Bailey's Buildbase has left behind a wife, two children and four grandchildren...
Plans include three blocks of flats that will house 225 students, as well as six new car parking spaces...
Ex-UKIP MEP’s car would’ve needed to “travel back in time” for expenses claim to be accurate, jury toldCoventry Telegraph 28 Jun
Nikki Sinclaire denies submitting false claims when she was a member of the European Parliament...
Owners of Malt Kiln Farm Shop will be reopening the pick your own fruit field from Wednesday...
Wasps sign former Waikato Chiefs lock Matt Symons from relegated London Irish, their ninth pre-season signing.
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The West Midlands Combined Authority intended to hold its inaugural AGM last Friday, 10 June, but a little local difficulty in the House of Commons meant that the legislation hadn’t been completed in time.
Coventry Women’s Voices, Coventry Women’s Networking Group (WNG) and Coventry Feminists invite you to: Date and time: Tuesday 21 st June 2016, 7pm – 9pm Venue: Coventry Council House – Diamond Rooms 1 2 Earl Street, Coventry CV1 5RR The ...
Muchachas y los amigos de España; the great kingdom of Spain faces an unprecedented existential crisis brought about by unregulated immigration actively encouraged by faceless, unelected Eurocrats...
Viewed from this considerable distance, watching Hollywood musicals produced in the 1930s is tinged with an indistinct melancholia...
Clearly David Cameron is facing a number of questions that require something approaching answers rather than his predicable, tiresome and carefully rehearsed weasel words...
‘Time to grow up and work together’ – Sky Blues and council need to stop squabbling for the sake of the people of CoventryCoventry Telegraph 19 May
Telegraph chief reporter Simon Gilbert says it's time for all parties to start acting in the interests of Coventry and its citizens...
Keith Perry says we can and must sort out our problems by working together...
The child - described only as Baby E - died in hospital after growing up in squalid conditions at a house in the city...
Responding to a legitimate if carefully planted parliamentary question regarding war crimes being committed in Syria, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has launched a blistering attack on the brave men and women of the US Air Force and the RAF...
The University of Warwick has been recognised for encouraging its students to be more active.
The Possible Impact of Brexit on Coventry - some thoughts by John Payne, Coventry Society Committee Member The views expressed in this paper are purely personal and do not reflect the views of the Coventry Society.
27th, 28th June 2016 Yesterday had a stroll round Caldecote Hall pretty much same old but highlights were family party of Mistle thrush, 3 pairs of Yellow wagtails plus 2 juveniles, juvenile and adult Linnets several Common Whitethroats good numbers ...
Singapore based gaming gadget brand Armaggeddon recently launched the Molotov-5 headset.
Dr Rebecca Cain, Associate Professor and Head of the Experiential Engineering Research Group at WMG, University of Warwick, has been selected to join the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Early Career Forum in Manufacturing ...
I recently received a set of the newArmaggeddon Molotov-5 mobile gaming headset.
Volunteer heroes! Many thanks to all of this week's volunteers, without whom we couldn't have enjoyed our parkrun!: Alison Lowe, Aloysius Keighley, Andrew Hales, Andy Gandon, Andy Scruton, Andy Wilkinson, Barbara Fox, Bryan Mercer, Charles Brimble, ...
ams AG, a leading worldwide manufacturer of high performance sensor and analog solutions, has signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in Cambridge CMOS Sensors Ltd (CCMOSS), a spin-off company from Cambridge Universitys Department of ...
The Warwick Arts Centre at the University of Warwick is hosting an exhibition of Caribbean photography; Embodied Islands.
22nd June 2016 In this week’s show Leo reads part 2 of a story about one of Britain’s best known actresses, Sue reads an extract from ‘Up with the Lark.
Start of July, Start of City Signings? Vitalfootball:Coventry:29/06/2016 12:45:00 Mowbray looking to do two deals this week...
The Sky Blue Trust has today launched a petition which we urge not only Trust members but all Coventry City supporters and football supporters in general to sign.
City Will Be Trusted On Loan Deals Vitalfootball:Coventry:28/06/2016 20:59:00 New rules make getting the right players in the summer crucial...
Are Players Set For A Football Exit? Vitalfootball:Coventry:27/06/2016 23:56:00 With the country narrowly voting to leave the European Union in Thursday's Referendum, there are certainly plenty of real questions that have to be addressed...
Aston Villa's trip to Luton in the EFL Cup first round will be shown live on Sky Sports, while the second weekend of live Sky Bet Championship fixtures have also been announced.
Details for City's Ricoh Bow Vitalfootball:Coventry:27/06/2016 12:50:00 Pompey in the EFL Cup...
Maddison McSheffrey Reunions for City Friendlies Vitalfootball:Coventry:25/06/2016 19:30:00 Pre-season schedule announced...
Transfers: Another Freed Sky Blue Signs League One Deal Vitalfootball:Coventry:25/06/2016 09:33:00 Oxford United snap up Aaron Martin...
Sky Blues Transfers: Experience or Youth? Vitalfootball:Coventry:24/06/2016 10:33:00 Who will City go for this summer...
CCFC: Fixture Thoughts Vitalfootball:Coventry:23/06/2016 10:04:00 Is a NYE game necessary...
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Last reminder, there's an important meeting of the all-new Supporters' Club tonight.
A quick reminder that thenewly re-formed Supporters' Club are meeting again this Thursday (23rd June).
A first outing at Coundon Park since November matched Affinity against a BEC side who were having a strong league season as well as being through to the semi-final of the cup.
With a freshly mown but soft pitch meaning sides would have the opportunity to play some decent football if they could get any decent space and possession.
A return to grass for the first time in three months gave Affinity the opportunity to get back into winning ways against an Elim side they had beaten well in the cup earlier in the season.
With sodden pitches still the order of the day Affinity turned to the Blue Coat 3G for the third game running.
A return to the Blue Coat 3G to prevent another cancellation saw St Johns hosting and giving Affinity the chance to put memories of the first half cup tie performance to rest.
Bromsgrove RFC are appealing against the decision to level transfer following the glut of teams at level 5 from the North.
The National League One provisional fixture list has now been released.
With pitches unplayable all over Coventry the availability of the Blue Coat 3G pitch gave Affinity the opportunity to continue their good run of form against a Holy Trinity team returning to the CDCFL after a number of years away.
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