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  1. Billy Vunipola: Saracens and England player would take pay cut to avoid burnoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    England and Saracens number eight Billy Vunipola says he would take a pay cut to play less rugby and believes players are at risk of "burning out". Vunipola learned on Sunday he will be out for four months after injuring a knee during Sarries' defeat of Sale.


  2. Windies aiming to take England out of natural gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 20 | Stabroek News

    Fast bowler Kesrick Williams sends down a delivery during the opening ODI at Old Trafford on Tuesday. NOTTINGHAM, England, CMC - Seamer Kesrick Williams has underscored the importance of taking England out of their natural game as West Indies look to square the five-match series in the second One-Day International at Trent Bridge here today.


  3. Music quiz will help Rugby Myton HospiceRead the original story

    Friday Sep 15 | Rugby Advertiser

    Music-lovers can test their knowledge and raise money for Rugby Myton Hospice at the charity's annual pop quiz. Quiz-goers are invited to enter teams for the event, being held at the Benn Hall in Rugby, from 7.30pm.


  4. TV company up for top awardRead the original story

    Friday Sep 15 | Daventry Express

    The team from Chugg Productions Ltd has gained a nomination in the coveted Best Fictional Programme category for their show called Chico Chugg. It's a live action programme for pre-school children which follows the adventures of Chico the Jack Russell dog.


  5. Bake off is Macmillan Coffee Morning highlight at Bilton salonRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 14 | Rugby Advertiser

    A number of events are planned in Rugby as part of the World's Biggest Coffee morning, which takes place on September 29. Jackie Wardle, who runs Professionals in Hair & Beauty, Overslade Lane, Bilton, is opening the doors to the salon all day for coffee and cake. She said: "Every year we hold a coffee morning for Macmillan with the mayor attending last year to judge our bake off competition.


  6. Mr Rodney Parade' - " Ex-sports writer recalls role during rugby's glorious pastRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 13 | South Wales Argus

    Rodney Parade was a second home for many years to former Argus chief sports writer Robin Davey. He talks to CHRIS BINDING in a special feature to celebrate The South Wales Argus' 125th anniversary FOR many people, sport is a way of life - a common ground that unites and divides communities in equal measure.


  7. Trio jailed after campaign of burglaries across WarwickshireRead the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Leamington Spa Courier

    Three men carried out a campaign of burglaries where they targeted houses in Rugby, Kenilworth, Nuneaton, Bedworth, and Coventry to steal the keys to expensive cars. One of the trio later deliberately drove through garden fences, destroying a trampoline where children had been playing just moments earlier, as he tried to escape from the police.


  8. Married at First Sight NZ: Meet the expertsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    ... He also works closely with children and young people, especially those who have faced trauma. Originally from Rugby, England, he has been married for 10 years, and has a four-year-old son and another child due in December. "In a nutshell, ...


  9. Wales star Dan Biggar feeling 'privileged' after sealing Saints switchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Salisbury Journal

    Saints have announced that Biggar, 27, will move to Franklin's Gardens from the Ospreys next summer. He is currently on a national dual contract funded by the Ospreys and the Welsh Rugby Union.


  10. Rugby "legend" Weston loses fight against cancerRead the original story

    Monday Sep 4 | Rugby Advertiser

    He said: "Weston worked at the Swiss Cottage in Daventry and later opened the night club Duane's in Rugby which later changed to Dickybows, next to St Andrew's Church. "Later in life Weston had a hotel in Warwick and moved on to run the Halfway House in Crick with his partner, Resh, before buying the Imperial Hotel in Oxford Street, Rugby."


  11. Nottingham's Costello targets consistency in new Greene King IPA Championship campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | Ealing Times

    Costello has been busy during the off-season adding more experience to his front five - an area he identified as disappointing last year The Lady Bay Sports Ground will be a fortress for Nottingham in this year's Greene King IPA Championship if head coach Ian Costello has his way. Last year, Nottingham were flying high early doors before falling away in the second half of the season and finishing ninth out of the 11 teams in English Rugby's second tier.


  12. Hillmorton residents 'under siege' from homesRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 31 | Rugby Advertiser

    Rugby residents have formed a group to oppose a plan to build 130 homes which they said places Hillmorton under siege. The group, Hillmorton Under Siege, is opposing plans to build 130 homes on a patch of land near Kilsby Lane.


  13. Rugby Borough Council responds to rumours of park sell-offRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 31 | Rugby Advertiser

    Residents expressed concern to the Advertiser over rumours a section of Alwyn Road Recreation Ground was to be sold to Rugby Welsh RFC - the rugby team which uses the field. The rumour included supposed plans to extend the car park, the net effect being to leave the field with just one remaining football pitch.


  14. A5 closed in both directions after serious crash this morningRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | Hinckley Times

    It is understood that a car, lorry and motorbike were all involved in the smash which took place near Rugby. The road is closed in both direction between the junctions of Rugby Road and A428 and isn't expected to open until later on today.


  15. Dave Morris is the new director of rugby for London ScottishRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2017 | Ealing Times

    New director of rugby Dave Morris is preparing for his first-ever season in the Greene King IPA Championship and is pleased with what he's seen so far at new-club London Scottish. Morris spent 12 years with Loughborough Students, who compete in National League 1, before moving to the Athletic Ground at the end of last season.


  16. Rugby woman pens poem to warn residents they have days to stop Brownsover developmentRead the original story

    Aug 22, 2017 | Rugby Advertiser

    A Rugby woman has written a poem to inform residents they have until August 28 to speak against a proposed housing development on a controversial site south east of Brownsover Lane. Sharon Rowlands, who lives near the proposed site, penned the poem and distributed copies to residents to raise awareness about a proposal to build 14 houses on land next to the Brownsover Conservation Area.


  17. Colourful tribute to caring Amber who died aged 26Read the original story

    Aug 11, 2017 | Rugby Advertiser

    Funds are being raised in memory of a caring Rugby woman who collapsed and died after suffering a cardiac arrest aged just 26. Emily Nown has joined forces with make-up artist Candice Fuller to hold a raffle throughout August finishing with a 12-hour nailathon. Emily, who runs the Nail Retreat in Daventry and Candice are holding a raffle thare raising money for CRY after the untimely death of their friend and client.


  18. Jonny May's move to Leicester sparks panic in PremiershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2017 | Daily Mail

    England stars have been alerted to a contractual loophole which is threatening to cause transfer-market chaos, following Jonny May's eve-of-season move from Gloucester to Leicester. Leading clubs have sought legal advice in an urgent bid to shut down a clause in Premiership Rugby's code of conduct which allowed May to make a dramatic switch from the Kingsholm side to their East Midlands rivals, despite having a year to run on his deal with Gloucester.


  19. 'Big victory' for Hillmorton group after council throws out plans for 220 houses near Barby LaneRead the original story

    Jul 31, 2017 | Rugby Advertiser

    A Hillmorton campaign group is celebrating a 'big victory' after 10 Rugby councillors voted unanimously to refuse planning permission for two applications to build a total of 220 homes in Barby Lane near Rains Brook Valley. The plans would have seen the building of 107 houses on land at Waldings Farm and 113 houses opposite on land east of Barby Lane and south of Fellows way.


  20. Ground broken to begin work on Houlton link roadRead the original story

    Jul 28, 2017 | Rugby Advertiser

    Dignitaries at the link road site off Hillmorton Lane. Urban&Civic project director Richard Coppell, Stephen Tomkins from Galliford Try, Warwickshire County Council officer Mark Ryder, Lindsey Richards from Homes and Communities Agency, Rugby Borough Council deputy leader Heather Timms, county council oortfolio holder for environment Cllr Jeff Clarke, Rob Back from the borough council and Rugby MP Mark Pawsey MP.