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Plans for new special school submitted
Plans for a new multi million pound state of the art special school in Dudley have been submitted.
First of eight new trams delivered ready for expansion of West Midlands Metro lines
West Midlands Metro has taken delivery of the first of eight new state-of-the-art trams arriving this year ahead of the expansion of the region’s network.
Ladder helps find more roofers
Black Country Training centres
Mayor visits factory to highlight the importance of mental health
Mayor of the West Midlands, has visited a Black Country manufacturer to see measures it has put in place to support mental health of employees.
Major £3.37 million project to repair Great Barr bridge to begin next week
A major project to repair and improve a bridge in Great Barr will begin next week.
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Construction needs Apprentices
BCTG is offering construcion courses
Invitation to Tender iTree Eco & ecosystems services assessment of the Black Country
The Black Country Consortium, invitation to tender
Kickstart & BC Impact Walsall
Black County Impact Walsall has reported some positive outcomes for participants involved in the government-backed national Kickstart scheme
West Midlands Freight Forwarder KMB Shipping Group Wins Queen's Award For Enterprise
A West Midlands-based company has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Excellence in International Trade.
Go for it! Even smaller West Midlands businesses should apply for the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise
The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise will soon open for 2022 entries
Get the app to check in and stay safe
As restrictions have eased further and non-essential businesses reopen, people of Wolverhampton are reminded to use the NHS Covid-19 app when they’re out and about in the city.
Phoenix 10 remediation works move closer as planning receives approval
Remediation works have moved a step closer for one of the West Midlands’ largest regeneration projects as proposals for Phoenix 10 received approval at planning committee, subject to a limited number of matters being dealt with.
University supports start-up aiming to turn waste into renewable energy
Experts from the University of Wolverhampton are supporting a West Midlands start-up that is investigating the use of advanced thermal technologies to turn waste into renewable heat and electricity
Cycle hire scheme rides into Stourbridge
The West Midlands Cycle Hire Scheme has been rolled out in Stourbridge with people being invited to enjoy their first 30-minute bike ride for free from today.
Week to focus on caring careers
World of Work Week Health & Social Care sector