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2018 City jobs fair will offer hundreds of opportunities
The fourth annual City Jobs Fair, which has been organised as part of the build up to the Wolverhampton Business Programme, will be held in the WV1 Suite at Molineux Stadium (WV1 4QR) on Friday 14 September from 9am to 1pm.
£680,000 improvements underway at Walsall St Paul’s bus station
Work has started on £680,000 improvements to Walsall St Paul’s bus station – which will be the first station to be repainted in new West Midlands Transport (WMT) branding.
Solving the Productivity Puzzle: Productivity through People – A networking and speaker event at Aston Business School
By adopting High Performance Workplace Practices, a business can become more productive and develop a better engaged workforce.
New transport system will be sprinting for success at Commonwealth Games
Top athletes are not the only ones aiming to be in peak condition for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham – the region’s transport system is also looking to be fast out the blocks.
Another reason to celebrate for 16 to 18-year-olds
Young people receiving exam results this summer have another reason to celebrate – they can now get 50% discounts on bus, train and tram travel for free.
Black Country Sport and Physical Activity Awards
There are thousands of people across the Black Country doing fantastic things to inspire people to lead healthier, fun and active lives, from netball to boccia, football to zumba.
Drive Midlands Automotive Partnership Launch event
Find out more about the unique Drive Midlands Automotive Partnership and the support it aims to give automotive companies in the Midlands.
Future of mobility consultation: Have your say
As part of the Future of Mobility Grand Challenge – a key element of the UK Industrial Strategy - Government is exploring how technology could transform transport in the future, making it safer, more accessible and greener than ever.
Land sale paves the way for new rail station at Darlaston
Plans to bring rail services back to Darlaston and Willenhall after an absence of more than half a century have taken a major step forward.
Council Donates Meals to City Foodbank
City of Wolverhampton Council has donated 100 ready meals to help a city foodbank. The council handed over the boxes of surplus frozen meals from its Meals on Wheels service
Themed markets coming soon to Dudley Street
A host of themed markets are coming to City of Wolverhampton’s Dudley Street. City of Wolverhampton Council has again joined forces with its approved market operator, LSD Promotions, to develop the new events, which will take place over the next three months.
Public to have their say on making the switch to electric vehicles
Making the switch to electric vehicles will not only tackle poor air quality but also boost the West Midlands economy which is fast establishing itself as a world leader in advanced automotive research and manufacture.
More battery-powered trams on the way
The UK’s first battery-powered tram was launched in the West Midlands in April – now Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) is looking to add up to 50 more to the expanding network.
West Midlands Combined Authority is a Leader in Diversity
West Midlands Combined Authority is one of only 38 UK organisations to achieve the National Centre for Diversity’s prestigious Leaders in Diversity award.
Lift-off for former Carillion employee’s city company
Business is booming for a former Carillion employee who has set up his own construction company in the City of Wolverhampton.
Trio land council jobs through Impact employability programme
An employability support programme targeting 15 to 29-year-olds has helped three city residents land jobs at City of Wolverhampton Council.