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Eight actions to reduce the risks of Covid-19
Sandwell Council reminds residents that cases are high and rising, and that they should act carefully and remain cautious while managing the risks.
West Midlands bus passengers to get lower fares as Covid restrictions lift
Passengers thinking of returning to buses as Covid restrictions lift will be able to save money on fares following a new agreement with operators.
Businesses encouraged to help local communities as WMCA gears up for Mayor’s Giving Month
Businesses from across the West Midlands are being encouraged to support their local communities by signing up to the Mayor’s Giving Month.
Connexions Sandwell awarded international quality standard
Connexions Sandwell has been awarded the prestigious matrix (corr) Standard
Racing season picks up pace for students as new Morgan cars revealed
Engineering students from the University of Wolverhampton have put the finishing touches to two new Morgan racing cars
Commonwealth Games 2022: one year to go, week of free online events
With one year to go until the Commonwealth Games 2022 join the Department for International Trade for a week of free virtual events to learn about opportunities for your business in a range of Commonwealth markets.
Have your say on leisure services
Dudley Council is inviting residents to give their feedback on Dudley borough’s three leisure centres through a short online survey.
Are your employees vaccinated? A message from NHS England
Black Country businesses are urged to encourage their employees to protect themselves from COVID-19 by getting vaccinated
Support for businesses as Covid changes take effect
City of Wolverhampton Council is continuing to work with city partners to support businesses as the Government guidance on Covid measures changes again from Monday (July 19).
Preparation work to start on first of two new cycle routes for main Wolverhampton roads
Preparation work will start this month for the first of two brand new cycle routes
Black Country flag display on town hall
A huge image of the Black Country flag will be beamed onto the walls of Dudley Town Hall tonight (Weds) to mark Black Country Day.
Dudley: A City In The Making
It’s Black Country Day – and the unofficial capital has marked the occasion by announcing a bid for city status.
NatWest Purchasing Manager Index (PMI) Survey, Released July 2021: West Midlands
The following seasonally adjusted indices vary between 0 and 100, with a reading above 50 indicating an overall increase compared to the previous month
Wolverhampton bids for £20 million to boost City Learning Quarter regeneration scheme
City of Wolverhampton Council has bid for £20 million from the Government’s Levelling Up Fund to help deliver its ambitious City Learning Quarter vision.
Call for construction employers to encourage more women to become apprentices
A rallying call has come from the WMCA and the industry for construction employers to increase the number of female apprentices in their business.

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