A man is due to appear in court this morning charged with the murder of a Nuneaton dad. James Lewis Norton, age 29, of Nuneaton , will appear at Warwickshire Magistrates' Court today charged with the murder of Bradd Derby. He has also been charged with the wounding of two other men, possession of an offensive weapon, possession of a firearm disguised as another object, and escaping lawful custody following an incident on Tuesday morning.
Firefighters had to tackle a blaze in a bedroom at a Nuneaton home. Crews from the town's fire station responded to a 999 call reporting the fire at a house in Merlin Avenue. Two fire engines were sent to the scene and firefighters fought the flames in a bedroom using breathing apparatus, a hose reel, a hose reel jet, a hydrant, a triple extension ladder, a thermal image camera and small gear.
Mindless thieves are being urged to ‘have a heart’ and return stole life-saving equipment from a children’s football team in Nuneaton . They broke into the car of a Chetwwynd AFC coach, which was parked in Knebley Crescent, Nuneaton and stole a heart defibrillator, a first aid kit, and various items of football training equipment.
@simmo1ks10@greennuneaton Hi the Nuneaton News will still be around! Sadly we are losing an phenomenal editor @Midlands_editor and there will be some incredibly talented journalists who will lose their jobs - so sad and an indictment on the industry
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