Just 6.5% of drivers in England, Wales and Scotland are women, and 8% are an ethnic minority, says Aslef
Motoring show makes gesture after hearing of country’s threat to punish gay sex with death by stoning
A winning double blow for Coventry University boxers at Europe’s largest senior amateur boxing tournament - the Haringey Box Cup!
Statement from the Executive regarding the resignation of Clinton Wilson
Thousands are expected at a free nine-day festival celebrating Coventry’s international diversity and history of migration (Sat June 15-Sun June 23).
Ecuador’s highest court legalised same-sex marriage on Wednesday (June 12), ruling in favour of two gay couples who petitioned for the right to wed.
Two-thirds of students support universities being able to warn parents if students have a mental health crisis, an annual survey suggests.
The possibility of a no-deal Brexit is very much alive, as Tory leadership contenders jostle to take over from Theresa May as prime minister.
But what does the term "no deal" really mean?
While music fans struggle to get tickets to the likes of Glastonbury, Reading and the Isle of Wight festivals, many are turning to so-called "fake" versions of these music events featuring tribute acts to get their live fix.
The site of the world's worst nuclear disaster has attracted a number of people who see it as an opportunity for unique selfies.
Landlords and other creditors will meet on Wednesday in London to vote on revised proposals to save Sir Philip Green's Arcadia retail empire.
Facebook is opening an engineering centre in London as part of its strategy to keep harmful content away from its platform.
The new centre which will build tools and artificial intelligence (AI) systems to detect and remove harmful content and behaviour from the social media site, will create more than 500 jobs by the end of the year.
Unemployment fell by 34,000 to 1.3 million in the three months to April, while real wage growth remained flat, official data shows.
Strobe lighting at music festivals can increase the risk of epileptic seizures, researchers have warned.
The Dutch team said even people who have not been diagnosed with epilepsy might be affected.
The NHS fraud squad is investigating GPs in England amid suspicions they are claiming for non-existent patients.
A five-year-old boy in Uganda has died from Ebola, health officials have said.
The death is the first in Uganda, amid a deadly outbreak in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo. Officials said his grandmother and younger brother also had the disease.
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Concerns have been raised over Coventry City Council's plans to run a 4 day fun fair event at Stoke Green Park.
Find out how Tony Sewell, also known as 'The Cycle Recycler', is supporting the Community one bike at a time!
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