Incident reporting is currently carried out through a system called SHE ASSURE, but following a procurement process, the contract has been awarded to a supplier called ‘Alcumus Info Exchange’.
This Sunday, more than 4,000 runners will take to the streets of Coventry for the GoRun 5k Fun Run and Coventry Half Marathon.
A statement from Councillor Abdul Salam Khan, Deputy Leader of Coventry City Council:
Sikhs will celebrate a double milestone in 2019, with the annual Nagar Kirtan procession in April and then later in the year, the 550th birth anniversary of Sikhism’s founder Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
Councillors have paid tribute to three colleagues who are standing down at this year’s elections after a combined service to the city of almost 40 years.
The Godiva Festival is to return to its traditional July calendar slot this year.
A huge Knife Angel sculpture, made of 100,000 confiscated knives, has arrived in Coventry.
Coventry is continuing to make its infrastructure greener with environmentally-friendly alternatives when resurfacing its roads, following a successful pilot scheme.
This Sunday (17 March), Coventry’s Festival of Running 2019 will begin, with over 2,000 children taking part in the Toddler Dash and Children’s Mile in Memorial Park.
Engineers and researchers at WMG, University of Warwick, are working alongside Transport Design International (TDI), based in Stratford, to develop a battery-powered, lightweight, rail-based vehicle.
A family owned Coventry business has benefitted from a grant to make their premises more eco-friendly and save them money on bills.
A huge sculpture, made of 100,000 confiscated knives, arrives in Coventry on Thursday (March 14) as the city comes together to tackle knife crime.
Emma Rice (former Joint Artistic Director of the acclaimed Kneehigh) is bringing her unique, musical and exuberantly impish vision to Angela Carter’s great last novel, Wise Children, at the Belgrade Theatre between 2 – 6 April, 2019.
Work has begun on a new tree-top obstacle course at Coombe Abbey which is on track to open to the public next month.
Councillors fighting to save a local supermarket from closure have met senior managers from Aldi to call on them to think again.
A Coventry gymnast is warming up to compete in the World Special Olympic Summer Games, representing Team GB.
A primary school in Coventry will soon benefit from measures to reduce speed, following support from ward councillors.
The Council is set to confirm its housing and homelessness strategy for the next five years following discussions with community groups and housing agencies.
The city of Coventry is celebrating 60 years of friendship between one of its twin cities, Dresden, in Germany.
Coventry City Council’s Licensing and Regulatory Committee is becoming increasingly concerned about the rise in complaints from wheelchair passengers being illegally transported in hackney carriages.
Rollout of city’s next-generation broadband network continues – with homes beginning to feel benefits.
Article by Dr Juliet Whitehead.
Coventry City Council has paid tribute to the vision of Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya and the difference he made to the city following news of his death today.
Lunchtime walks to some of the city's green spaces are to begin in March.
The Council and its partners want to help make Coventry a more active city by 2024.
Spirit today announces an award of £200,000 to the Coventry City of Culture Trust.
The powerful poetry of some of Coventry’s Superkids is on display in the city’s Central Library.
Joint statement from Cllr George Duggins, Leader of Coventry City Council and Cllr Allan Andrews, Acting Leader of the Opposition Conservative Party, Coventry City Council:
Community-backed projects in 21 areas across England will each receive a share of £9.5 million to help families who are vulnerable to the devastating effects of knife crime and gang culture.
Free training event for school staff on selective mutism