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New share deal struck for Stourbridge tip

A deal has been struck to bring in additional funds to Dudley Council by allowing a set number of residents in South Staffordshire to use the tip in Stourbridge.

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Council shares great tips on reducing food waste

Households in Dudley borough are being urged to play their part in the fight against climate change by reducing food waste, and they could save money in the process.

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Trailers of rubbish dumped in Lye

Trailers packed full of rubbish have been dumped in Lye as part of an organised crime racket which has cost more than £150,000 to clean up over the last five years.

Cllr Damian Corfield holding one of the new garden waste permits

More than 25,000 sign up for new garden waste service

More than 25,000 households have signed up for all year round garden waste collections in the first fortnight, figures reveal today.

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Resurfacing works are part of Brierley Hill regeneration

People who live, work and shop in Brierley Hill are being reminded that resurfacing works are taking place in the town centre next month.

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Dog fouling order extended for three years

An order which cracks down on dog fouling and bans canines from fenced off children’s play areas has been extended.

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Continued use of average speed cameras

Members will be asked to support the continued use of average speed cameras in Dudley borough at a meeting next week, while a new regional agreement is drawn up.

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Charge to be introduced for garden waste collections

Residents will be asked to pay for garden waste collections from now on – but will get the service all year round.

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Dudley tree planting will boost butterfly habitats

Dudley Council has overseen two days of tree planting at the borough’s two National Nature Reserves.

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Sedgley pop-up tip site enjoys busy opening day

Thirteen tonnes of waste were collected at Sedgley’s first pop-up tip as Dudley borough residents kicked off their spring cleaning.

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Final street racing hearing to be held next week

A final hearing into an injunction banning street racing in the Black Country will be heard by the High Court next week.