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Coventry is among a cross-party group of 30 of the lowest funded councils across the country that has joined forces to call for a £300 million temporary fix to ‘level up’ local government finance.
The Deputy Leader of Coventry City Council has condemned the terror attack in New Zealand and sent the thoughts and prayers of the city to the victims and their families.
A national audit of the city’s approach to camera surveillance has concluded that Coventry meets the latest National Surveillance Camera Code of Practice standard.
The Duchess of Cornwall visits Panahghar Women’s refuge in Coventry
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Statement from Coventry City Council, Deputy Leader, Cllr Abdul Salam
A Coventry University Research Fellow with a passion for learning will become Coventry City Council’s new Cabinet Member for Education and Skills.
Coventry City Council’s Annual General Meeting will once again take on a different look this year to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines.
A Civic Service of Thanksgiving for the life of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, is to be held tomorrow at Coventry Cathedral.
“The city and the people of Coventry are deeply saddened at the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
Coventry, in association with its very first twin city Stalingrad (now called Volgograd), is holding a year-long celebration to mark its links with 26 twin cities.
The census is coming, and it’s about you. By taking part, you will help inform decisions about the services you and your community need, like doctors’ surgeries and new schools.
The Leader of Coventry City Council today joined a region-wide call for people not to drop their guard as the COVID-19 vaccine programme continues across the region.
The University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire is set to be granted Freedom of Entry to the City of Coventry.
The Leader of Coventry City Council and the Leader of the opposition Conservative Party have issued a joint statement condemning the violence in America and the support shown for Donald Trump’s action
A statement from the Leader of the Council, Councillor George Duggins, and Chief Executive, Martin Reeves.
A Coventry councillor has been awarded the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) by the Queen in today’s New Year’s honours list.
The Leader of Coventry City Council has spoken of his “frustration and bitter disappointment” at the city being placed in Tier 3 of the COVID restrictions.
A report on the Council’s 2020/21 Second Quarter Financial Monitoring Report (to September 2020) will be considered by councillors next week and it is forecasting a £3.5m overspend.
Cllr Naeem Akhtar has been appointed Chair of the Council’s Scrutiny Co-ordination Committee.
Coventry City Council has joined forces with businesses, charities and voluntary organisations to feed disadvantaged children in the city over the forthcoming half-term holiday.
The Decision Notice of the Ethics Committee of 8 October in relation to Cllr Glenn Williams is now available.
Councillor Richard Brown has been named as Coventry City Council’s new Cabinet Member for Strategic Finance and Resources.
Councillor David Welsh has been named the city’s new Cabinet Member for Housing and Communities.
Councillor Tariq Khan has resigned from his position as Cabinet Member for Communities and Housing.
The Council’s offices at Friargate are set to reopen from next week.
A campaign has been launched this week to recruit new magistrates in Coventry, Warwickshire and the surrounding region.
Deputy Lord Mayor Cllr John McNicholas visited one of the city’s Food Hubs to meet volunteers and thank Severn Trent for their support.