Borough needs thousands more homes - report

Latest newsHouses are also being built on the site of the former Tebbs Nurseries on Hillmorton Road. 16.014.021.rug.jm2

THE rate at which houses are being built needs to be escalated due to a rising population and predicted economic boom. That is the finding of a team of experts who said Rugby may need to built as many as ... More»

Pensioner falls foul of drain pranksters

Latest newsVictor Moore at the drain he fell down (s)

MISCHIEF-makers have been slammed for removing the cover from a drain which a Brownsover resident later fell into. Victor Moore was returning to his home on Junewood Close during the early hours of last Thursday when he fell, scraping his ... More»

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Developers told they must fund new bins

HOUSING developers will be forced to pay for bins for each new home they build. A review household waste services has concluded with almost 11,000 houses set to be built ... More »

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It hurt a lot, but it was a small price

TEN weeks ago Guy Watt was in a coma after a near fatal car crash. But on Sunday he continued his amazing road to recovery by walking five miles around ... More »

More councillors to go with county to redraw boundaries

THE number of councillors could be cut even further with Warwickshire County Council set to reduce its ranks from 65 to 57. The move ordered by the independent Local Government ...More»

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Jo and Lexi join dog poo battle ranks

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Sex assualt centre sees 131 children in first year

A CENTRE offering support and advice to victims of sexual assault has seen 131 children in its first year. The Blue Sky Centre has also helped 21 men and 123 ...More»

Comment:An Easter message from the Bishop of Coventry

<b>An Easter message from The Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth, the Bishop of Coventry:</b> 'Woman, why are you weeping?'. The woman was Mary Magadalene, one of Jesus’ followers, who loved ...More»

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