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Gallery to exhibit Painted Ladies: An exchange of ideas
International Women’s Day will take place on Friday, March 8 - and Wolverhampton Art Gallery is celebrating women through paintings from its own collection.
Almost £20million available to revive town centres
Almost £20million of funding has been approved by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) to help accelerate local authority plans to revitalise town centres.
Sandwell Business Ambassadors host successful Google Digital Garage event
Sandwell Business Ambassadors hosted a successful event with Google Digital Garage at Sandwell Business Solutions Centre, offering local businesses free advice and coaching on their digital skills to help them grow their business, career and confidence.
Opportunities for all in National Apprenticeship Week
People of all ages in the City of Wolverhampton are being encouraged to find out more about apprenticeships during National Apprenticeship Week (March 4-8).
First photos preserved through archive project go live on new website
The first historic photographs to be saved from the Express & Star photo archive have been digitised and made available to the public via a free website.
City to #FireItUp for National Apprenticeship Week
City of Wolverhampton Council has teamed up with city partners to host a series of events to mark National Apprenticeship Week (March 4-8).
Restoration work set to begin at iconic Civic Halls
The major construction phase of the Civic Halls’ full restoration and improvement programme is set to get the green light – with works set to begin in weeks.
New housing and homelessness service model goes live
City of Wolverhampton Council has put in place a new housing and homelessness support service model.
West Midlands Mayor commits to cleanest bus fleet outside London
A bold ambition to deliver the cleanest bus fleet in the UK outside London was announced today by Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street.
News from WMRE: First look at plans for two new Black Country railway stations
Plans are today unveiled for the new passenger rail stations on the Walsall to Wolverhampton rail line.
Invitation to Tender Further Analysis for the West Midlands Local Industrial Strategy
Working across the 3 LEP geography (Black Country, Greater Birmingham and Solihull and Coventry and Warwickshire) there has been a significant work done on a producing a detailed evidence base to support the LIS.
Application submitted for new Heath Town homes
A planning application has been submitted for the first new council homes as part of a major transformation of the Heath Town estate.
£10m expansion of park and ride sites to benefit commuters, economy and air quality
More than £10m has been earmarked to expand park and ride sites at several rail and tram stations in a further boost for commuters, the economy and cleaner air.
West Midlands sees highest productivity increase in the UK
The West Midlands economy has seen a bigger increase in productivity than anywhere else in the country, according to the latest data.
Chamber Launches Latest Quarterly Economic Survey
The Black Country Chamber of Commerce has launched its latest Quarterly Economic Survey and they are encouraging businesses across the region to take just two minutes of their time to complete the short questionnaire.
New eBay website showcases city businesses
A new website has gone live to profile City of Wolverhampton on eBay.