A 16-year-old cat with arthritis is using a water treadmill as part of her hydrotherapy treatment to help ease her pain.
A tube that almost killed a sword swallower and a 'cursed' ventriloquist's doll go under the hammer in a bizarre Leamington Spa auction.
A mother and three children became trapped in their car when the engine cut out in a ford and water began to fill up to their elbows.
A Meriden resident who helped support a protest camp for 1088 days was brought to tears today as it was dismantled following the eviction of the gypsies who occupied the land.
She told ITV News Central she was 'glad and sad at the same time'.
The Chairman of the protest group, Meriden RAID, said the village will 'remain united and the friendships and bonds will continue'.
A protest camp set up in opposition to gypsies residing in Meriden, Warwickshire, has been dismantled today after the last remaining travellers left the site on Saturday.
The group, Meriden RAID, was made up of local residents who stationed a 24/7 protest camp. Without planning permission, the council deemed both camps illegal.
Chairman of Meriden RAID, David McGrath, said the 'camp may be moved, but the campaign will continue.'
A gypsy protest camp in Meriden in Warwickshire has been dismantled by residents after standing there for three years.
The residents who have fought a lengthy battle with gypsies who set up an illegal camp in the village, said it had served its purpose after the last of the gypsies left on Saturday.
For the last three years residents have fought for a group of gypsies to leave their village after forming an illegal gypsy site.
Today the last caravan was towed away after a High Court judge ruled they must go, marking the end of a lengthy battle between gypsy and protester. Victoria Davies reports.
The last gypsies living on green-belt land in Warwickshire have left the site they have been occupying for more than three years.
The group illegally built a caravan site back in 2010.
Former miners from Daw Mill Colliery in Warwickshire are holding a reunion - six weeks after the mine closed.
More than 100 former miners will hold their first annual gathering since the pit closed at the start of March following an undergound fire.
A training academy in Warwickshire is opening its doors to the next generation of engineers and technicians.
MIRA, a vehicle testing company, plans to create 2,000 jobs in the next seven years.
Here's the extraordinary story of Coco the cat, and her arthritic joints. Coco's nearly 16 years old, which in human years, makes her in her nineties .
She has arthritis, and she's also been hit by a car, but thanks to an animal hydrotherapy pool, Coco now has a spring in her step.
This is one fearless feline, and she's taken to the pool like a duck to water. Jane Hesketh reports.