This is a difficult time for apprentices, employers and providers of apprenticeship training, assessment and external assurance.
Sandwell Council’s Trading Standards are issuing a warning to residents about people being scammed and retailers hiking prices amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Dudley Council is calling on everyone across the borough to support older or vulnerable people through the coronavirus outbreak.
Businesses will be able to access government support from today (Monday 23 March) to keep operating in the face of the global economic emergency brought on by coronavirus.
Sandwell Council and its business support service Think Sandwell are communicating with businesses in the borough to highlight the support and advice on offer to them during the coronavirus outbreak.
City of Wolverhampton Council has announced a series of measures designed to support residents who may struggle to pay their council tax during the coronavirus outbreak.
Businesses across Dudley borough are being given a raft of proposed supporting measures
An ambitious multi-million-pound city living development has been announced for City of Wolverhampton’s Canalside Quarter.
City of Wolverhampton Council is communicating with businesses in the city to highlight the support and advice on offer to them during the coronavirus outbreak.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has vowed to focus on keeping safe, clean, and functioning public transport available for those that need it amidst the continuing outbreak of coronavirus.
Peak time restrictions on concessionary tram and bus passes will be lifted during the early morning rush hour to make it easier for the region’s older citizens and disabled people to get their shopping.
Government has put an ask out for all manufacturers to consider whether they can switch their production to making ventilators, which are needed to help people suffering Covid-19.
Full fibre network construction is now underway to connect public sector premises across the City of Wolverhampton.
More than 100 people turned out at a special evening to celebrate success stories from projects handed cash by Dudley Council’s Voluntary Sector Innovation Fund.
Midlands Connect's flagship Midlands Rail Hub plans have been awarded £20 million in the Chancellor's Budget, taking the £2 billion package of improvements to rail services to the next stage of development, and closer to delivery.
Hundreds of young people in the West Midlands will benefit from intensive, one-to-one support helping to boost the number in work.