Police appeal for help in search for Brierley Hill teenager
Police in Dudley are searching for a fifteen year old boy who’s gone missing from his Brierley Hill home.
Wolverhampton to have ‘fresh’ lockdown restrictions imposed
New legal restrictions on households in Wolverhampton mixing with each other have been announced by the Government in a bid to tackle rising Coronavirus cases in the city.
Only residents displaying symptoms should seek Covid-19 tests
Dudley Council’s cabinet member for health and adult social care has issued a reminder to borough residents to only seek a Covid-19 test when necessary.
Merry Hill Centre finds new owner
About 200 jobs have been secured at the shopping centre after a new owner was found.
Local charity relocates to Walsall's Saddlers Centre.
This month, '4 Steps To A Smile' will be relocating their Walsall base to the Saddlers Shopping Centre.
Sound advice offered at online conference for events industry
A leading Midlands ‘sound guy’, who has helped hundreds of events-inspired businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic, has organised an online conference to bring hope to professionals in the sector.
Thousands of Dudley and Wolverhampton citizens to be helped to avoid scams
An awareness campaign has been launched to help those living in Dudley and Wolverhampton, who are over the age of 55, to tackle the increasing threat of fraud.
Saleem Foundation launches grant applications
Since forming in April 2019, The Saleem Foundation has been gathering funds to utilise for the benefit of others - and they have recently launched the application process for grants in the Black Country.
Coronavirus: Health Secretary Matt Hancock warns of more restrictive measures as UK 'faces a tipping point'
The UK faces a "tipping point" where "more restrictive measures" could be brought in to slow the spread of coronavirus, the health secretary has told Sky News.
Coronavirus: Breaking self-isolation to be made illegal with fines of up to £10,000
People who may have coronavirus will be required to self-isolate by law - with those who refuse facing fines of up to £10,000 in England.
Coronavirus: What are the new rules on self-isolation?
The government is changing the rules around self-isolation in a move to force more people to stay at home if they have coronavirus.
Coronavirus: London is only two or three days behind COVID-19 hotspots, modelling suggests
New modelling has reportedly shown London is only two or three days behind coronavirus hotspots in the North West and North East.
Emmy Awards: Live virtual ceremony could end up a 'beautiful disaster'
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has said this year's Emmy Awards, which is taking place virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic, could end up a "beautiful disaster".
Nations United: New film highlights impact of COVID-19 on efforts to tackle global issues
The UN Secretary General has told Sky News that goals set five years ago to help tackle global problems such as poverty, inequality and climate change have been "dramatically derailed" by the COVID-19 crisis - as a new film highlighting the biggest issues facing the world today is released.
That '70s Show star Danny Masterson denies raping three women
A star of noughties TV series That '70s Show has denied three accusations of rape.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson rips off electric gate with bare hands to avoid being late for work
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson put his enormous muscles to good use when he was forced to rip off his electric gate from a wall with his bare hands to avoid being late to film scenes for his debut superhero movie.