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Help to get connected for less in the cost of living crisis

Residents facing difficulties affording broadband and mobile phone bills in the cost of living crisis are being urged to make the most of social tariffs and get connected for less.

Wolverhampton factory doubles in size thanks to WMCA investment

A family-run Black Country manufacturer has moved and doubled the size of its factory, following a £7.59 million investment from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA),

Walsall`s Sparta Krav Maga  Train In Scotland With Global Expert

A Walsall martial arts club, with classes in Brownhills and Aldridge, sent seven of its students on a bootcamp last weekend with the International Krav Maga Federation of Scotland.

£27m funding secured for region to provide bootcamps to help people to upskill and land a job

At least 6,000 more people are to get the chance to learn the skills they need to land a quality job following the announcement today of around £27m for the region’s innovative bootcamp training programme.

Parliamentary Candidate for Birmingham Ladywood Endorses HRH Prince Williams` Calls for A Gaza Ceasefire

HRH Prince William’s strongly-worded intervention came as he visited the British Red Cross in London and took part in a video link with Red Cross staff in Gaza who gave him graphic first-hand accounts of their work.

Cheryl Ann - a Walsall poet and the birth of CAB Inspirational Limited

"In the world we live in, life is moving faster than ever. With mental health and wellbeing, being compromised as a result" says Walsall poet Cheryl Ann. "Anxiety, depression, PTSD, lack of confidence, fear amidst
young children. It needs to change!"

More fly tippers caught and fined under ongoing council crackdown

‘Thoughtless’ fly tippers who dumped rubbish including a mattress, bagged
waste and sofas have been caught and fined by City of Wolverhampton
Council.

Wolverhampton residents claiming benefits need to get ready to move to Universal Credit

A national programme by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to
move claimants to Universal Credit comes to Wolverhampton from this week.

Work under way to pave the way for the construction of new Aldridge Railway Station

Aldridge Railway Station’s future site is being secured and cleared to pave the way for the start of construction.

Yo! Wolves supports Curiosity Productions during February half term

Children and young people enjoyed a wide range of free activities at the Curiosity Club throughout the February half-term thanks to the Yo! Wolves holiday programme.

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