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Highways boss joins gritters

Gritters have been working around the clock in the snow and ice and Dudley Council’s highways chief joined one crew today to lend a hand.

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Pothole crews out to identify snow damage

Highways engineers are taking immediate action to identify potholes and defects on Dudley borough roads caused by last week's snow and ice.

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High Court continues interim Black Country street racing ban February

The High Court has continued the interim injunction banning ‘street racing’, also known as ‘car cruising’, in the Black Country.

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Plan to improve park access

A cash injection of £85,000 will help improve access and enhance the natural environment within a borough park.

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High Court continues interim Black Country street racing ban

The High Court has continued the interim injunction banning ‘street racing’, also known as ‘car cruising’, in the Black Country.

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More fines for fly-tippers

More than £1,600 in fines have been issued in the fight against fly-tipping in Dudley borough – and council bosses need people’s help to catch more offenders.

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Council launches recruitment drive for school crossing patrols

Dudley Council is on the look-out for crossing patrols to help children get to school safely at several sites in the borough.

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February half term fun in Dudley borough

Parents can keep their children busy this half term, with activities taking place across the borough.

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Mayor opens new play area

The Mayor of Dudley has officially opened a new play area in the heart of Pensnett.

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Green care apprentices thanked

Six green care apprentices, who have undertaken horticulture and landscaping qualifications, were presented with certificates at a Dudley Council event yesterday.

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Apprentices praised ahead of National Apprenticeship Week

Dudley Council has praised six green care apprentices, who have completed qualifications in horticulture and landscaping.

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New bin to tackle litter outside school

A new bin has been installed outside a Halesowen primary school following complaints from teachers and pupils about litter and dog fouling.