The parents of a baby girl who died after a series of failures by midwives, have urged health bosses to learn from their daughter's death.
The Beatles' first hit single Love Me Do is 50 today. On the same day 50-years ago, the band played at the Co-op Hall in Nuneaton.
The repatriation of Sergeant Jonathan Eric Kups is due to take place today.
A fingertip search is being carried out on the northbound carriageway of the A444 near Nuneaton, after the discovery of a man's body earlier today.
Police believe the man may have been struck by a vehicle.
Police are appealing for help from the public after the body of a man was found on the A444 near Nuneaton this morning (2 September).
Officers were called to the northbound carriageway by a passing motorist at 06.35.
Warwickshire Police say they are treating the death as unexplained but believe the man had been struck by a vehicle.
The identity of the man has been confirmed and family are currently being informed.The A444 remains closed in both directions from the junction with the M6 to Griff Roundabout and motorists are advised to make alternative travel arrangements.
It is unknown when the road will reopen.
An event which was expected to attract 10,000 people today and tomorrow has been cancelled just an hour before gates were due to open.
The Warwickshire & West Midlands Game & Country Fair show was due to start at Arbury Hall near Nuneaton at 10 o'clock this morning.
Heavy rain overnight has flooded car parks and has forced organisers to call the event off.
Stallholders and exhibitors are now packing up and trying to leave the site.
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Service suspended on CrossCountry between Birmingham New Street and Nuneaton due to operating incident between Nuneaton and Coleshill Parkway.
Tickets being accepted on Virgin Trains, London Midland, East Midlands Trains, First Capital Connect, Greater Anglia, National Express West Midlands (route 90) and London Underground services.
Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council are encouraging council tenants and leaseholders to challenge anyone who arrives to work on their properties for identification.
It follows an incident, last week, where lead roofing was stolen from a Council-owned building by thieves who were wearing overalls, leading tenants to think they were carrying out repairs on behalf of the Council.
– Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council spokesman
"This theft is a very serious incident and we are working with the police to catch those responsible."**
The thieves were caught performing the same scam at two different locations on CCTV.
Anyone who is unsure about visitors to their home can always ask for identification as all Council employees and contractors must carry it with them at all times. For more information call 024 7637 6406.
Normal service resumed on London Midland between Coventry and Nuneaton following earlier broken down train.
Service is suspended on London Midland services between Coventry and Nuneaton due to a broken down train. Trains are currently unable to run and taxi services are being provided for passengers. London Midland expect service to resume from around 09:10