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Historic day as full demolition starts on city railway station
Today (Friday) marks a historic moment for the City of Wolverhampton as machines begin full demolition of the city’s railway station.
First home on Tap Works scheme to go on show
The first of 150 new homes are emerging on the Tap Works Development scheme in Low Hill – with the show home set to open its doors this Saturday (September 29).
Steelpark jobs and investment boost for Wolverhampton
The £7 million construction of a range of industrial and warehouse units is set to bring 165 jobs to the City of Wolverhampton.
MA show returns to Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Works by some of the very best up and coming artists are being exhibited at the annual University of Wolverhampton MA show, at Wolverhampton Art Gallery from Thursday, September 27 to Wednesday, October 3.
Galliford Try sign up to City of Wolverhampton Charter
Major construction company Galliford Try has signed up to the City of Wolverhampton Charter.
Ex-Student goes the Transervice distance with Career Advice and Guidance at Thorns Collegiate Academy
The Black Country Consortium working in partnership with The Careers and Enterprise Company’s national flagship Enterprise Adviser programme, which links business and education was put to the road test today (18th Sept).
City Deal ‘Working Together’ – A Celebration of Success
The City Deal ‘Working Together’ project held a Celebration Awards event at Wolverhampton Wanderers Molineux Stadium on Tuesday 18 September 2018 to recognise and celebrate some of the customer achievements from the past 4 years.
Businesses invited to join successful growth programme
City of Wolverhampton Council’s Business Development Team is looking for 25 Wolverhampton-based companies to join the final phase of its fully-funded European business growth support project, AIM.
Small businesses wanted for trial to improve workplace health with Thrive at Work
Grants of up to £10,000 could be available to small businesses who pledge to cut unnecessary stress and boost the health and wellbeing of staff under the pioneering Thrive at Work scheme.
Grimsey meets council chiefs for city centre talks
Retail expert Bill Grimsey has spent today (Monday) in the City of Wolverhampton after being invited by city council leaders to give his verdict on their plans to reshape the city centre.
Employment growth in West Midlands outpaces rest of England
Employment in the West Midlands has grown faster than anywhere else in England over the past 12 months, according to new Regional Labour Market figures published this week.
More than 1,000 job seekers benefit from City Jobs Fair
Thousands of job and apprenticeship opportunities were on offer at today’s (Friday) annual City of Wolverhampton Jobs Fair.
Advice on offer from world leaders at free technology event
World-leading manufacturers will be demonstrating the benefits of the latest innovative technologies to businesses at a free event in the City of Wolverhampton on Wednesday, September 26.
Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Board meet for the first time
Preparations for Birmingham’s largest ever sport and cultural event are gathering pace following the first meeting of the newly-appointed Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee Board.
First new West Midlands Transport branded buses in operation
The bold new West Midlands Transport (WMT) brand has already been brought to life on trains and trams in the region – now the first branded buses are in operation too.
WMCA board to consider congestion-busting plan
A congestion-busting plan to keep the West Midlands moving while billions of pounds of new road, rail and tram schemes are built will be considered by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) this Friday.