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Book sale at Stourbridge Library

Stourbridge Library will be hosting a week long book sale this month (February).

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MMR pop-up clinics

Pop-up clinics will be held across Dudley borough this month to offer the MMR vaccine to anyone who has missed one or both doses.

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February fun at libraries

Parents can keep youngsters busy this half term with a host of free activities at Dudley borough libraries.

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Trader pleads guilty

A trader has pleaded guilty after misleading a couple into paying for a new bathroom that was never fitted.

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Praise for adult learning courses

Adult learning courses run by Dudley Council have been praised by government inspectors for providing good and engaging subjects.

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Council holds community reuse and recycling event

Kind-hearted residents are being thanked for donating items that are too good to throw away in a community sharing pilot from Dudley Council.

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Trader sentenced over PlayStation scam

A trader advertising PlayStation 5 equipment for sale on Twitter (now X) has been sentenced after pleading guilty to fraud and money laundering. 

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Try the Strong and Steady exercise challenge this January

Residents can build up their strength and balance in the New Year by taking part in a new exercise challenge developed by Dudley Council’s public health team.

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Residents encouraged to buy safely

Dudley residents are being warned against purchasing counterfeit electrical goods, due to the potential fire hazards they present.

Cllr Matt Rogers, cabinet member for adult social care, with team manager Wendy Malpass (centre) and members of the authority's urgent care team

More people to spend Christmas at home

More people will be spending Christmas at home thanks to joint work between Dudley Council and The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust.

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Rogue builder sentenced

A rogue builder has been sentenced to 240 hours of unpaid work after failing to meet appropriate standards while building an extension in Halesowen.