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Council agrees new deal for Gatis Community Space
Community Interest Company Acts of Random Caring has been given a major boost after City of Wolverhampton Council agreed to release more land to the group
University launches fundraising campaign to support PPE manufacture
The University of Wolverhampton is manufacturing PPE for distribution across the West Midlands to keep health professionals safe.
Sandwell Council’s employment advisers are open for business
Sandwell Council’s Employment and Skills and Connexions teams are continuing to offer support to residents, young people and employers during the coronavirus emergency.
WMCA announces major investment to transform brownfield sites as part of plans for a sustainable post-Covid-19 economic recovery
The West Midlands Combined Authority has approved a further suite of multi-million-pound investments to transform former industrial sites across the region
Look after yourselves - and each other
People across Dudley are being encouraged to look out for each other during the coronavirus pandemic – but to ensure they do so safely.
Traffic emissions down on World Earth Day
With lockdown in effect, initial figures revealed today – World Earth Day – suggest a decline in air pollution in the borough.
Town hall to go blue and green for key workers
Dudley Town Hall will be lit up in blue and green tonight (Thursday 23 April) in support of the ‘Clap for Carers’ initiative.
Frontline public transport staff being tested for coronavirus to keep network running for key workers
Bus drivers and train conductors are among frontline transport staff now being tested for coronavirus in the West Midlands.
Council and Central Youth Theatre Agree Deal on New Permanent Home
Wolverhampton’s Central Youth Theatre, which had previously warned it was at risk of closure without a permanent base, is celebrating getting a new home after striking a deal with the city council.
Opportunities for West Midlands people to learn new digital skills during Covid-19 shutdown
Local people will have more opportunities to improve their digital skills during the Covid-19 shutdown, thanks to new training courses funded by the West Midlands Combined Authority
Cavendish crumbles in dramatic pictures
Dramatic picture captures the ongoing demolition of an eyesore that has been a blot on the Dudley skyline for almost two decades.
Social workers asked to come back to save and protect lives
Dudley Council bosses are getting behind a regional campaign that’s encouraging people to return to the caring profession.
Hundreds of businesses answer plea to help protect our carers with PPE supplies
A call to arms for the region’s businesses to step up and produce or donate protective clothing for those on the coronavirus frontline has been met with an overwhelming response.
Tips to keep kids safe at home
Parents and carers in Dudley are urged to be extra vigilant of the potential dangers in and around the home, as young children look for things to do during the coronavirus lockdown.
 Councillor Hits Out at Baseless Myths Around 5G
A City of Wolverhampton councillor has hit out at “baseless myths” around a link between 5G mobile technology and coronavirus
Help feed the nation
The CLA is calling on the public to help farms feed the nation and save this year’s harvest.