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People will be invited to celebrate an amazing £1.8 million restoration programme
Plans to dramatically reduce carbon emissions from Dudley Council buildings by hundreds of tonnes are progressing well, bosses said today.
The West Midlands Metro network will be extended in Walsall, Birmingham, Dudley, Sandwell and Wolverhampton under a wide-ranging plan to revolutionise transport across the region.
School staff from the 4 Dudley Academies Trust schools to obtain work placements as part of Black Country Staff Dream Big project.
The University of Wolverhampton’s new £45 million School of Architecture and Built Environment has built further on its success
Residents in the West Midlands who have just gained a new job could benefit from free bus, tram and rail travel to work.
A West Midlands entrepreneur has been honoured by the University of Wolverhampton for his commitment to championing training and skills in the local community.
City of Wolverhampton Council today (Friday) celebrated a major milestone in its transformation plans for the city centre.
A technology company focussed on decarbonising rail freight is the first to move into Dudley as part of the revolutionary Very Light Rail project.
Planners have recommended approval for City of Wolverhampton Council’s first solar farm to be developed to power New Cross Hospital with renewable energy.
Covid-19 keyworkers are benefitting from a new scheme launched in Wolverhampton to help people make the dream of owning a home a reality.
The first plan for the region’s natural environment has been officially launched on the banks of the River Stour.
This year, the Black Country Chamber of Commerce has been running its biggest and most ambitious campaign in its history
The ‘Big Black Country i-Tree Eco project’ is now in progress, and surveyors are out in the area, measuring trees
Voluntary groups who work with children and young people in Wolverhampton are being encouraged to apply for funding