Following the success of the biggest jobs support trial of its kind in the world, the Black Country is getting more support to help people who have health conditions into work.
City of Wolverhampton Council has been working with schools during the Covid-19 pandemic in a bid to start closing the digital divide.
City of Wolverhampton Council has submitted a planning application for its first solar farm to be developed to power New Cross Hospital with renewable energy.
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As part of Wolverhampton’s Shop Local campaign residents are being urged to show their support for city traders on Small Business Saturday (December 5).
The region’s independent TV sector is calling on creative talent from across the West Midlands to join an innovative new skills Bootcamp.
The region’s local authorities have come together to announce their joint winter plan for individuals at risk of rough sleeping.
SHOPPERS buying Christmas presents online have been urged to follow a new cyber safety campaign after callous criminals swindled an average of £775 from each victim over the last festive period.
The Black Country Chamber of Commerce is reaching out to businesses in Walsall to help understand and shape a regional response to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
There’s still time for shoppers to shop local via Dudley’s virtual Christmas Market ahead of this weekend’s Small Business Saturday.
Wolverhampton’s non-essential shops have reopened for business under strict Tier 3 Covid-19 social distancing guidance.
Sixteen to twenty-five year olds in the West Midlands are being offered the chance to have their say on regional policy.
The University of Wolverhampton has used 3D printing technology and injection moulding techniques to make 10,000 face shields in support of the Covid-19 response
We live in confusing times, and that can make it harder to plan for the future. But there are some things that we can be certain about.
One of the largest regeneration projects in the West Midlands has taken a step forward, with property developer HBD exchanging contracts with Walsall Council and Homes England on the Phoenix 10 regeneration scheme.