Wasps have announced that Jake Quickenden will provide the pre-match entertainment at the Club’s first game at the Ricoh Arena.
On Sunday 21st December the club will host their Aviva Premiership Rugby rivals London Irish.
The singer – who appeared on The X Factor and I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! – will perform a selection of songs ahead of their first game at their new home in Coventry.
A British jihadist who fled to Syria to fight with IS has died, the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR) said.
Abu Massoud - real name Rashed Amani - is thought have been killed in a US airstrike.
He is the second of three Coventry friends who went to the war-torn country together.
Ali Kalantar is believed to have been killed last week leaving only Mohammed Hadi alive.
Detectives investigating allegations of historic abuse at a former children's home in Coventry have charged four men.
The abused is alleged to have taken place at Wisteria Lodge children's home during the 1980s and 1990s.
Three of the men have been charged with indecent assault and ill-treatment of children under 16.
The fourth man has been charged with ill-treatment of children under 16.
They've been bailed and will appear at Coventry Magistrates Court on December the 22nd.
The Wasps first game at the Ricoh Arena will get underway in 11 days time and the club has today announced that it has passed the 22,700 ticket mark.
The highest attendance for an Aviva Premiership Rugby home ground fixture so far this season is 22,639 set by Leicester Tigers at Welford Road.
The all-time record home ground attendance for an Aviva Premiership Rugby fixture is 24,000 also set by Leicester Tigers.
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The stepfather of murdered four-year-old Daniel Pelka has lost an appeal against his conviction.
Mariusz Krezolek was jailed for life with a minimum of 30 years after being convicted last year of murdering Daniel, who was the son of his partner Magdelena Luczak, in March 2012.
The four-year-old was starved for at least six months before being beaten to death.
Luczak was also handed a life sentence, and told she must serve at least 30 years. She was due to appeal her jail term today.
The partner of Daniel Pelka's mother will appeal his conviction for the murder of the four year-old boy today.
Mariusz Krezolek and Daniel's mother, Magdelena Luczak, were jailed for life with a minimum of 30 years for the boy's murder.
Daniel, from Coventry, died in March 2012 after what a Birmingham Crown Court judge described as a "campaign of cruelty".
Krezolek will appeal his guilty verdict at London's Criminal Appeal Court today. He will also try to reduce his 30-year minimum sentence.
Luczak will appeal against her 30-year minimum jail term only.
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An appeal has been launched for help in finding a 20-year-old Coventry University student who has gone missing.
South-Korean national Jeong Hun OH hasn't been in contact with his family since returning to study in England in September and was reported missing last month.
Jeong spent the Summer in Vietnam and his family thought he had since returned to University.
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