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Articles from Leamington Spa Courier Online (May 12, 2021)

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Controversial 200-home plan in Whitnash recommended for approval - just three months after it was rejected by councillors; The proposal has been fiercely fought by local residents, councillors and the local MP. Philip Hibble 909
Covid-19 testing centre in Leamington will soon be reducing its opening hours due to drop in demand; Warwickshire County Council has said the Coronavirus testing centre in Lillington's opening hours from Monday to Friday will be reduced in a couple of weeks' time due to a reduction in cases and a reduction in people using the site. Oliver Williams 355
Driver in Kenilworth fights off robbers who ambushed him and tried to steal his car; The victim suffered minor injuries but managed to drive away following the attack in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday). News Reporter 158
Harborough man jailed for bursting into a house and stabbing an old schoolmate - before waving an imitation gun at him; The victim feared he was going to be shot after the defendant stabbed him in the knees, hit him with the gun and then ordered him to get on his hands and knees. News Reporter 697
Leamington supermarket gives out 'seeds of hope' to help people connect with nature; Schoolchildren, care home residents and members of community groups have all been planting the sunflower seeds which have been given to them for free by Morrisons. Oliver Williams 377
Man jailed for his part in a 'sophisticated' cannabis factory at a former motorbike showroom in Leamington; "This is a great result and once again shows that we are taking drug dealing seriously in Leamington" said Warwickshire Police. Reporter 291
The future of our housing: Are we building too many homes in Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth? Warwick District Council has been instructed by central Government to build 932 homes per year, which includes 332 to meet the housing needs of Coventry. But some people believe that we need to look at the calculations again; Warwick District Council has been instructed by central Government to build 932 homes per year, which includes 332 to meet the housing needs of Coventry. But some people believe that we need to look at the calculations again. Philip Hibble 1565

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