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Registration opens for international net zero conference hosted in the West Midlands
Local and regional leaders from the UK and abroad will be meeting to discuss plans to achieve net zero at a key event
New campaign to welcome passengers safely back on board buses, trains and trams as lockdown restrictions are lifted
New campaign to welcome passengers safely back on board buses, trains and trams as lockdown restrictions are lifted
New strategy to be launched
People are invited to attend an online strategy launch, as part of Dudley Council’s special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) improvement programme
Park volunteer group hailed after winning prestigious award
Council bosses have hailed a park’s volunteer friends group after they were today announced as recipients of the highly prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
Vital work of volunteers advisers
Employer supported and skilled volunteering day
Walsall Town Centre Gets in the Game
Walsall Council has responded to public comments about recent changes to the public realm in Gallery Square and parts of Park Street.
University launches slick new race car amongst the motorsport greats
The University of Wolverhampton Racing team (UWR) unveiled its new Formula 3 racing car livery at one of the country’s most renowned racing venues
Wolverhampton BID Ambassadors supporting businesses to test regularly
Wolverhampton BID’s City Ambassadors are visiting businesses in the city centre to distribute coronavirus testing kits for employees to use at home.
VLR test track facility opens
Dudley town centre’s Very Light Rail project has officially opened a test track facility for rail vehicle and infrastructure testing.
Government picks Wolverhampton’s i9 for new HQ
City of Wolverhampton Council has today secured a deal to house the first ministerial department outside of London at the city’s new i9 office building.
New £5m Screen School to be launched
A new £5 million Screen School aimed at boosting skills in the digital arts and media industries is to be launched at the University of Wolverhampton.
Opportunities for the new generation
Sandwell College - Apprenticeships & Training
£50m invested in businesses as MEIF and NPIF focus on net-zero
Highlighting a commitment to contribute to funding the future of the low carbon and green economy
A new state-of-the-art research and innovation centre will be at the forefront of the UK’s ambitions to cut industrial greenhouse gas emissions
The Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre (IDRIC) has today, Monday, 24 May, received £20m from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
Housing Minister visits £17.5m National Brownfield Institute site
The new £17.5m National Brownfield Institute at the University of Wolverhampton has been praised by the Government’s Housing Minister during a visit to the city.