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City of Wolverhampton Council has awarded more than 1,000 ‘Covid Compliant’ green ticks to businesses which are following the rules to keep customers and staff safe.
Employment advice and support is available for young people in the borough worried about the future due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A key piece in Dudley’s £1billion regeneration jigsaw is about to slot into place with the sale of a piece of land paving the way for a new higher education campus.
Dudley Council has shown that there’s a green heart to the Black Country as it gets its second National Nature Reserve.
Wolverhampton Literature Festival will return for its fifth year in February 2021 – and the dates have today been announced.
A £1.2million overhaul of a council housing development is now complete.
The University of Wolverhampton formally opened its £45 million School of Architecture and Built Environment at the Springfield super campus on Monday 19th October 2020.
Work has begun to erect the steel framework for phase two of City of Wolverhampton’s new railway station building.
With lockdown restrictions continuing to hit the region’s high streets, there was brighter news for West Bromwich today
The University of Wolverhampton’s Built Environment Climate Change Innovations project has launched its new Innovation Incubator programme
The government today announced it will significantly increase the generosity and reach of its winter support schemes to ensure livelihoods and jobs across the UK continue to be protected
City of Wolverhampton businesses are being urged to act fast when the new Black Country Small Grants Programme goes live next month (November).
Track from a disused railway line that was removed as part of the Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro extension has been given a new home after being donated to the Severn Valley Railway by Transport for West Midlands and the Midland Metro Alliance.
This month marks a huge milestone at the new Sandwell Aquatics Centre in Smethwick.
A package of measures to help businesses in England build back better following the pandemic has been announced by the Government today.
Wolverhampton Civic Halls’ restoration has reached a major milestone with the first new steel beams being installed to improve the 82-year-old venue’s infrastructure