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Coventry hospital worker scoops national award 

Magnus Ezuma was recognised for his outstanding at Cygnet’s annual nursing awards last week at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham.

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Warwick University building is 'West Midlands Building of the Year' 

It is five storeys of laboratories and each floor has a different theme: neuroscience, infecion, cell biology/development and a 400 seat lecture theatre.

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Sky Blues introduce safe standing at the arena 

Following a consultation process, feedback and a successful trial, the club will covert 2,732 seats into safe standing areas.

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Coventry enterprise used basketball to net good mental health 

Guardian Ballers is a mental and emotional wellbeing service that uses the sport for volunteering experiences for young people aged 10-25.

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Amazing scenes from Coventry market from 1962 to 2008

Much has changed - but lots stays the same

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Have your say on whether you're going to Godiva Festival this year

It's a longstanding Coventry music event but there's been lots of changes over the years

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Coventry to host trailblazing USA project to tackle youth violence

Local businesses are being urged to get involved

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'I am a Coventry property expert and you can make profit on student rentals'

Jag Chaggar gives his five points on how to maximise profit on student-let landlords

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Huge row over Coventry student flats as some say there are too many

The row over student accommodation in Coventry has deepened after a planning application was approved for a 12-storey block of flats in the city centre

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Two iconic Coventry venues win Muddy Stilettos awards

Coombe Abbey and St Mary's Guildhall were among the regional winners

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'Runaway' wagon at Kineton ended up near level crossing as brakes failed

The empty Ministry of Defence wagon travelled downhill for about 1.5 miles before coming to rest a short distance beyond a public road level crossing

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Coventry remembers 'lovely mum and nan' in latest death and funeral notices

Our thoughts are with those who have lost a loved one

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Coventry Halfords closes down after 'not renewing expired lease'

Halfords has closed at Airport Retail Park on London Road

The Coventry Observer

Coventry City froze season ticket prices in appreciation of support last season 

As the club continue to deal with significant inflation pressures, Coventry hope the decision to freeze prices will encourage more fans to secure a seat at the CBS Arena next season.

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Could you be the UK's best excavator operator? If so, you could win a trip to Las Vegas...

British machinery giant JCB is looking for an operator with the X Factor during the JCB UK Operator Challenge...

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74 faces as thousands descend for Coventry's Race for Life

This year's Race for Life at Stoneleigh Park included the 5k, 10k and the Pretty Muddy obstacle course

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Keepsakes on offer to help Warwickshire residents stimulate memories

Reminiscence loans boxes contain historical artefacts and replicas which have been chosen to engage the senses and promote conversation about people's lives

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Robotics technology exhibition is coming to Coventry 

Automation UK will show the importance of emerging technologies to the growth of the countries economy and introduce businesses to solutions which can transform future operations.

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Locals furious at Coventry bin collections as some 'not emptied for two weeks'

Locals have criticised Coventry City Council over bin collections across the city

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MUSIC MATTERS: Abz Winter is now ready to release Sike, her first song of 2024

Look up as you walk into Coventry Central Library and you will see a 2-Tone Trail plaque dedicated to the previous ‘use’ of the building, IE The Locarno or Tiffanys night club.