New council homes considered for Warwick district

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COUNCIL houses could be built again in a bid to tackle Warwick district's desperate shortage of affordable homes. The introduction of Right to Buy legislation coupled with housing associations starting to build affordable homes in the 1980s led to a ... More»

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County bounce back against Somerset

AFTER the disappointment of losing the Walker Cup to Somerset, ...

Duo celebrate Trophy victory

AS it is every year, Warwick Golf Club’s Jack Burns ...

Kenilworth ladies ensure their Division One place

WITH three weeks of the Coventry & District Ladies' Lawn ...

Dorgan powers to victory in Rabbits Cup

TWENTY-SIX-handicapper Rory Dorgan scattered the field on Saturday when Leamington ...

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Warwick Castle offers b&b fit for king

WARWICK Castle is offering visitors the chance to sleep like a king. The town already boasts plenty of first class b&bs and now castle owners Merlin Entertainments are competing for ... More »

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Sharing history of Kenilworth's medieval Gatehouse

THE HISTORY of Kenilworth's medieval Gatehouse is to be revealed to all. Warwickshire County Council’s in-house archaeology team, Archaeology Warwickshire, is working with Kenilworth Abbey Advisory Committee’s Harry Sunley Memorial ... More »

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Warwickshire's fake goods crackdown success

FAKE-BUSTING Warwickshire Trading Standards Service and Warwickshire Police have both received national recognition for cracking down on the sale of counterfeit goods across the county. At the 2014 National Anti-Counterfeiting ... More »

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Head calls for end to 'misleading' results figures

A HEADTEACHER is urging schools in the district to refuse to play the exam league tables game. Paul MacIntyre, head of Myton School in Warwick, is calling for support to ... More »

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Leamington landlord put lives at risk

A LANDLORD in Leamington has been fined £50,000 for potentially putting tenants' lives at risk. Warwick District Council prosecuted Harmesh Bagga for failure to licence and properly manage three houses ...More»

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Jeremy Wright looking forward to Attorney General Challenge

JEREMY Wright has been named as the new Attorney General in David Cameron's cabinet reshuffle. The extent of the changes made by the Prime Minister came as surprise to political ...More»

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Wellesbourne vicar welcomes women bishops vote

A VICAR in Wellesbourne has welcomed the Church of England opening the door to women bishops. In a historic vote earlier this week, the church's governing body backed legislation paving ...More»

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Southam trip to honour WW1 grandad

THE GRANDSON of a soldier injured in the First World War made an emotional trip to Southam after a chance online discovery. In 1918, Alec Colbeck sustained injuries to his ...More»

Brother bikes it for LAM Action

Leamington Carnival sizzling success

Lucky escape as car wrecks shop

Best buildings - Leamington Society Awards

Motorcyclists ride in memory of fallen soldier Conrad Lewis

Warwick Thai Festival

Man sexually assaulted student on her doorstep

It's game on for Adam

Teen charged with rape in Leamington supermarket car park

Bouncing into the record books

Teacher attacked in Kenilworth School carjacking

Surprise birthday gift for Warwickshire Association of Youth Cubs

Pride of Warwick district honoured

Kenilworth pensioner jailed for sexual abuse in 1970s

Dresses to Peru in memory of Evelyn

Union demands answers from Warwickshire College

'Lovely' Kenilworth Tesco worker becomes internet hit

Bath Place Community Venture given lifeline

Thousands being spent repairing cracked Parade slabs

Canalside contemplation area opens in Warwick

School seek answer to 130-year cornflower mystery

Lawrence Dallaglio cycles through Leamington

Best foot forward for Leamington town walks

Drunk driver jailed after ploughing into house

Leamington Peace Festival Pictures

Stoneleigh scheme offers new option in homes debate

Dog attack victim speaks of terrifying ordeal

Baby boom expected after rampant rodent impregnates 100 females

Two Castles Run report and pictures

Southam singer in TeenStar final

Fusiliers march through Warwick in Freedom Parade

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