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Virtual conference explores the future of construction
The University of Wolverhampton is exploring the future of construction in its second free international conference which, this year, will be held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
£3.2 billion blueprint unveiled to kickstart the West Midlands’ economic recovery
A blueprint to kickstart the West Midlands economy and create long-term prosperity for the region and wider UK is today being put to Government
Black Country Careers Hub awarded funding  to extend successful programme for a third year
Black Country Careers Hub awarded new funding to extend the scheme through to September 2021 and to increase the number of schools and colleges engaged.
Council acts to bolster vital regeneration schemes
City of Wolverhampton Council is taking action to protect vital regeneration projects from the damaging and unprecedented financial impact of the global Covid-19 pandemic which has hit schemes across the world, nationally and regionally.
CityFibre makes pledge to support Wolverhampton jobs
CityFibre - the UK’s third national digital infrastructure company - has become the latest employer to sign the Wolves at Work pledge.
Digital Health Technologies and the West Midlands Health Tech Cluster
The outbreak of coronavirus has hastened the use of technology to diagnose and treat healthcare issues remotely
56 new council homes in line for fifth phase of small-site scheme
City of Wolverhampton Council has announced £8million plans for a fifth phase of its successful newbuild council housing programme for small unused sites.
Uni dives into new partnership with Sandwell Council
Students at the University of Wolverhampton are set to benefit from a new partnership with Sandwell Council centred around the new Sandwell Aquatics Centre.
Help keep everyone safe as more shops and businesses reopen
With more shops and businesses reopening to customers, Sandwell Council has urged shoppers to continue following key advice to keep safe.
People urged to wear face coverings
Dudley Council’s director of public health is reminding people to wear face coverings on public transport, in accordance with new rules coming into force in England
People urged not to shop in large groups
Shoppers are being urged not to shop in large groups as new rules in town centres across Dudley borough go live today (Monday June 15).
Extra funding to prevent homelessness
Dudley Council has received extra funding to boost its work to prevent homelessness across the borough.
Passenger rail services planned to re-connect Walsall and Wolverhampton
There will be two trains an hour calling at new stations when the Walsall to Wolverhampton line reopens to passenger services it has been confirmed.
University secures funding to address stress in Cybersecurity
A team at the University of Wolverhampton is creating innovative new technology to help Cyber Security professionals reduce stress and improve performance.
Sandwell Council launches 2020 Arts Trail competition
Residents across Sandwell are encouraged to get arty for the 2020 Sandwell Arts Trail competition. The theme is How Does Your Garden Grow?
i9 office development reaches sky-high milestone
City of Wolverhampton Council’s eye-catching modern office development i9 is set to start emerging from the ground next month.