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Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer, will host the latest of his ‘Call Keir’ virtual public meetings in Wolverhampton this afternoon.
Two people in West Bromwich are celebrating after winning £1,000 each thanks to their lucky postcode.
Labour's public health spokesperson has called for 'tough action' after a Dudley Conservative Club allegedly breached lockdown regulations.
In a further blow to the theatre industry, bosses at Birmingham's Alexandra Theatre have confirmed that all performances at the venue have been suspended until Sunday 2 August.
Dudley Council has confirmed that additional mourners are able to attend crematorium services and burials in the borough from this week.
Parking charges are to be reinstated for visitors to Himley Hall and Park next week, it was revealed today.
With more shops expected to open later this month, Dudley Council has been preparing to put plans in place to allow people to visit the town centres safely.
Stourbridge MP, Suzanne Webb, has backed calls for Russells Hall Hospital to extend on its current site during questions to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care.
Local people are benefiting from new jobs and free apprenticeship training at a Birmingham technology company, thanks to a scheme set up by the West Midlands Combined Authority.
A record nineteen charitable organisations across the West Midlands are the recipients of the highly prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service this year.
Sandwell Council is supporting a petition created by a Sandwell student.
Peak time restrictions on concessionary tram, train and bus passes are reinstated from today to provide more space for people travelling to and from work or school as lockdown restrictions are eased.
With attendances at A&E Departments across the country down by roughly fifty per cent, there are concerns that people are not getting the help they need.
Primary school heads and teachers are looking forward to welcoming some of their pupils back from this morning.
intu Merry Hill has outlined how it will safely support the gradual reopening of non-essential retail stores at the centre in line with Government guidelines.
Birmingham Hippodrome bosses have announced that the theatre will continue to remain closed until at least November 2020.
Resorts World Arena will be able to hold bigger crowds than The O2 after plans to hugely expand the venue were given the go-ahead.
Twenty-five families in and around Wall Heath were the first to snap up a fantastic family membership offer including free rackets and balls at a local tennis club.
Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust has received £34,000 National Lottery support to help address the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on heritage.
Officers from C unit response based at Brierley Hill police station arrested a suspected drug dealer in Dudley earlier this week.
Dudley Council is providing care homes and supported living providers with electronic devices to keep residents in contact with loved ones during the pandemic.
National broadcaster and local lad, Richie Anderson, hosted a virtual quiz for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, which proved to be a big success.
Dudley Market is set to welcome the return of more traders and shoppers next week as the government gives the go ahead for outdoor markets to reopen.
A woman and a man have been taken to hospital following a collision involving a car and a motorcycle in Oldbury yesterday.
The management at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre have announced that, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Theatre will remain closed until Monday 31 August.
Reduced council tax bills will be sent out to low income households over the next few weeks as part of a £3million help package.
The doors opened on Wolverhampton’s new railway station today after the first phase of the development was handed over to West Midlands Railway.
Cllr Patrick Harley has accused Cllr Sue Ridney of 'political point scoring' after the Labour spokesperson for Children's Services said she was angry about the Council’s haphazard approach to children's safety.
Police are aiming to put the brakes on speeding motorists during a crackdown on those who risk lives across the West Midlands.
Thoughtful staff at a Walsall store have been using their time on furlough to help families supported by Acorns Children’s Hospice caught up in the coronavirus pandemic.
Hoardings will soon be wrapped around the new Dudley Leisure Centre site on Flood Street as building work is set to start.
Plans to present the Freedom of the Borough to NHS and care workers from the public and voluntary sector in Dudley are gathering pace.
Patients in Dudley have been assured that they will be able to see a local GP this May bank holiday should they need to.
Sandwell Council is offering health and social care staff who live and work in Sandwell free access to their bike fleet.
A number of popular events, including Himley Bonfire, have been cancelled this year due to the coronavirus outbreak and government advice around social distancing.
Council meetings are to be held online at Dudley Council from next week after regulations introduced by the government allow local authorities to hold meetings by remote or virtual methods.
Severn Valley Railway has reopened its virtual doors with the launch of its online shop, featuring the perfect gift for train enthusiasts of all ages.
Fishing has resumed at Himley Hall with anglers urged to observe social distancing.
West Midlands leaders have today called on Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, to make the furlough scheme more flexible in the months ahead so it can better protect the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of workers across the region.
People affected by dementia in the West Midlands are experiencing crippling loneliness and are struggling to cope during lockdown, a survey by Alzheimer’s Society reveals.
Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is encouraging members of the public to be kind to their minds this Mental Health Awareness Week, which runs from 18 May to 24 May.
Children at Milking Bank Primary are jumping with joy at the creation of a new playing field for the school.
NHS Blood and Transplant is appealing people in Birmingham to offer to donate plasma if they have recovered from COVID-19, following a positive test or illness with the symptoms.
Youngsters across Halesowen and Rowley Regis were busy last week drawing, colouring, gluing and sticking as they answered a local MP's call to mark the 75th Anniversary of VE Day.
History has been made at Old Swinford Hospital after it received approval for girls to be admitted to the School for their entire secondary education.
Police in Dudley want to speak to a man after three separate robberies between in March saw teenagers threatened with a knife and forced to hand over their mobile phones.
Sandwell council refused to let a vulnerable mother have her representative present at an important meeting and made serious and unsubstantiated allegations about both of them during an investigation by the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman.
A 20 year-old man’s been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a shooting in Bartley Green on Sunday.