- Town's new Hilton Hotel 'remains on schedule'
A LANDMARK Hilton Hotel is still 'on schedule' according to the borough council.
- Sun, sand and a sensational cruise holiday
IMAGINE Cruising is offering an escape to some winter sun in the Canaries this December, so we take a look at exactly what's on offer for the 12-night Canaries Sailcation, alongside exclusive performances .
- Visitors invited to see progress on Charterhouse
A DECADE since the community came together to save one of Coventry's finest medieval buildings was marked with a special weekend to reveal progress in the major conservation project. In 2011, the Charterhouse Coventry Preservation Trust was launched - which four years later became Historic Coventry Trust - to save Charterhouse off London Road as well as other historic buildings in the city.
- £100 offer to join the Club
A new £100 current account switching offer has been launched by Lloyds Bank.
- SOAP WATCH
CORONATION STREET ITV, 7.30pm & 8.30pm
- Find out how your surgery scores
THE pandemic has placed significant pressure on the NHS with waiting lists for major operations increasing across the country.
- Pack their lunch with excitement
McVitie's Jaffa Jonuts £1.99, Asda The marriage of chocolate and orange is magic, and this time it comes with a twist - soft donutty shaped sponge, tangy orangey filling, topped with a layer of crackly chocolate.
- Homecoming shows have Arena rocking
COVENTRY City's outstanding start to the new Championship campaign continued with a brilliant third consecutive league win at the CBS Arena, thanks to goals from Viktor Gyokeres and Martyn Waghorn. Here are some of the big talking points:
- ON THIS DAY
1759: The British under General Wolfe won the Battle of Quebec. 1874: Composer Arnold Schoenberg was born in Vienna. As a triskaidekaphobe (someone afraid of the number 13), he predicted he would die on the 13th at the age of 76 (7+6=13). He did, on July 13, 1951 at 13 minutes to midnight. His last word was "harmony".
- Fairytale of New York
EMMA Raducanu vowed to keep her free-swinging and carefree approach to tennis after pulling off one of the great sporting feats with victory at the US Open.
- Tyler left isolated up front - but Sky Blues successfully keep it tight at the back
COVENTRY City were unable to live up to previous billings by putting on another show in front of the Sky cameras on Friday night....
- A further lifeline for UK workers
THE coronavirus andemic has created not only a health emergency but an economic one. Protecting lives and safeguarding jobs has been at the heart of the UK Government's response and it has provided the largest package of emergency support in post-war history - worth more than £200billion....
- A-level results joy for Coventry & Warks schools
THE future of thousands of youngsters at schools in Coventry and Warwickshire became a little clearer as they received A-level results....
- Sourdough or bitter ale?
'THEY are microbiological wonders," James Morton says of two of his great loves: sourdough and beer brewing. ""hey're both very scientific, very measured. And they're both ways of achieving taste nirvana."...
- Tributes paid to former Coventry City director, speedway star and haulage boss
TRIBUTES have been paid to former Coventry City FC director and speedway rider John Reason, who has died at the age of 90....
- Fish tales
CHEF Josh Niland can be brilliantly blunt. "If you write a vanilla cookbook that just puts another fillet on top of another vegetable, I think I'll go crazy," he says over Zoom from Sydney, Australia. "It's so boring, the way we continue to see fish."...
- HOW THEY RATED
STARTING FORMATION: 3-4-1-2 SIMON MOORE: Hit a poor early clearance as he settled a few nerves. Completely exposed for the goal and made a decent stop to deny Johnson on the stroke of halftime. 6.5 FANKATY DABO: Deployed as a makeshift centre-back on the right of the three for the first 45 minutes. ...
- I'm making food anyone can really have a go at
Grime artist, rapper and cook, Big Zuu, born Zuhair Hassan, is best known for hosting series Big Zuu's Big Eats on Dave, which sees him cooking for and chatting with comedians like James Acaster ("he's absolutely hilarious") and Rosie Jones ("is a boss"), alongside his best...
- Caribbean flavour...
IF eVer you find yourself caught in the gnarled pincers of a crab, you will wish you had food writer and supper club host Vanessa Bolosier by your side....
- It has been the hardest year of my life
IT'S the end of a long, frustrating day, during which Candice Brown had to contend with train delays, a schlep across London on foot to reach her car, and a trafficclogged, two-hour drive to The Green Man - the pub she owns with her brother, Ben....