Police recover huge haul of stolen goods
Police in the Black Country have recovered a huge haul of stolen toys, collectables and old comics worth over half-a-million pounds.
New pictures show Very Light Rail work is on track
New pictures released this week show the first sections of track have been laid as part of the pioneering multi-million Very Light Rail development in the borough.
Dudley borough recycling changes over Christmas
Dudley borough residents will receive details of this year’s Christmas waste and recycling collections through their letterboxes
Wolverhampton Interchange wins top regional planning award
A £175 million state-of-the art new transport hub for rail, tram and bus services in Wolverhampton has carried off the top prize at this year’s Royal Town Planning Institute Awards for Planning Excellence.
Virtual forum for private landlords and letting agents
Private landlords and letting agents in Sandwell are being urged to sign-up for a ‘virtual’ landlords meeting taking place tomorrow.
New CCTV cameras go live at entertainment complex
Seven new CCTV cameras have gone live at Castle Gate entertainment complex in Dudley as part of a £1.7 million upgrade of the borough’s network.
Police appeal for witnesses after Dudley collision
Police are appealing for witnesses or any dashcam footage of a collision in Dudley earlier this month after a Halesowen woman has sadly died.
Charities urged to bid for free computer equipment
Charities are being urged to put themselves forward for free computer equipment.
COVID-19: Weekly deaths in England and Wales highest since May
There were 2,466 coronavirus deaths in the week up to 13 November in England and Wales.
COVID-19: Tier negotiations delayed getting virus under control, says minister
A minister has launched a thinly-veiled attack on the mayor of Greater Manchester as he explained why the government will not be entering into talks with individual regions about coronavirus restrictions.
COVID-19: Sturgeon expresses hope of UK-wide agreement on relaxing COVID rules at Christmas
Nicola Sturgeon has expressed hope that a UK-wide approach to relaxing COVID-19 restrictions at Christmas will be agreed at a COBRA meeting later.
Harry Dunn: Family loses High Court legal challenge over decision to give Anne Sacoolas diplomatic immunity
Harry Dunn's parents have lost their High Court battle against the Foreign Office over whether their son's alleged killer had diplomatic immunity.
Director Tristram Shapeero admits he is 'unmuted' voice who insulted star's flat in Zoom audition
British director Tristram Shapeero has admitted he was the filmmaker caught insulting Euphoria star Lukas Gage's "tiny apartment" when he thought he was muted during a virtual audition.
Jeremy Kyle told tragic TV guest Steve Dymond he 'would not trust him with a chocolate button'
TV host Jeremy Kyle told tragic guest Steve Dymond he "would not trust him with a chocolate button" and also asked for a shovel during filming, a coroner's report has revealed.
Tim Minchin: 'We all need to do better at not just screaming at the people we disagree with'
Tim Minchin is worried he's said too much.
Charli D'Amelio: Who is the 16-year-old who has become the first to reach 100 million TikTok followers?
Sixteen-year-old Charli D'Amelio has become the first TikTok star to surpass 100 million followers.