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  1. Witness appeal after triple crash

    Police are appealing for information after a motorcyclist was left with life-changing injuries in a crash in Nuneaton on Sunday.

    Invanhoe Avenue

    Warwickshire Police said the man, in his 30s, was injured on Invanhoe Avenue at about 10:37 BST.

    The crash involved the motorbike, a van and a parked car, the force said.

    Anyone with information is asked to come forward.

  2. Crossing plans to be investigated after petition

    Local Democracy Reporting Service

    Calls for a pedestrian crossing into Coventry's War Memorial Park are to be investigated by the council after a petition received over 400 signatures.

    Residents are calling for a safe crossing on Leamington Road, opposite Humphrey Burtons Road, in Cheylesmore.

    Dad-of-two Gurch Nat said he launched the petition at the end of last year after witnessing "several near misses" involving children.

    The site for the crossing in Coventry

    A spokesman from Coventry City Council said: "A count of traffic flow and the number of pedestrians crossing near the requested location will be undertaken during the summer school term to assess whether the location meets the criteria for a crossing facility."

  3. Gallery reveals first City of Culture exhibition

    The Herbert Art Gallery has revealed its first exhibition for Coventry City of Culture will explore the links between art and science in the natural history world.

    'UnNatural History' will open on 28 May and run until 22 August, featuring works by more than 20 international artists.

    "The artists consider the past and future of the deeply felt relationship between art and science of the great collections of natural history," said artistic director, Alice Sharp.

    Raqs Media Collective’s life-sized sculpture However Incongruous as a contemporary reinterpretation of Albrecht Dürer's Rhinoceros from 1515.

    Visitors will see a life-size sculpture of a rhinocerous sculpture, reimagined as an out-of-place carousel animal.

    The artists took inspiration from Albrecht Dürer's Rhinoceros from 1515, where he painted it with a horn on its back as, having never seen the creature before, the image was speculative and based on description.

  4. European Super League plans 'absolutely disgusting'

    Former Villa and Sky Blues footballer Dion Dublin has said he thinks plans for a new European Super League are "absolutely disgusting".

    Six English clubs are among 12 in Europe who have agreed to join a new European Super League in a move that has been largely condemned.

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    Video caption: Dion Dublin & Danny Murphy discuss the plans for a European Super League

    "What is football nothing without? The fans - and they're not even thinking about fans," he said.

    "I just think this is all about, 'right, I don't care about anyone else... let's get some more money, we'll be OK. Forget the players, forget the staff, forget the fans'.

    "I think it's bang out of order."

  5. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M45 Warwickshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    M45 Warwickshire both ways severe disruption, from A45 Daventry Road to M1 J17 Dunchurch.

    M45 Warwickshire - The road is temporarily closed and queues on M45 in both directions from A45, Dunchurch to M1 J17, Dunchurch, because of a breakdown and horse on the road.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time