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Ekho Collective builds roundhouse with forum funding

Local organisation benefits from forum funding

A Brierley Hill based organisation has received a £5,000 cash boost to support its work in the community.   

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Gas engineer brothers tried to con customers into having new boilers

Two brothers have been ordered to pay more than £11,000 by a court after attempting to scam unsuspecting customers into having new boilers fitted.

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Dudley public health releases annual report

Dudley Council has published the ‘Director of Public Health Annual Report’ for 2021 to 2022.

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Library activities for autumn half term

Parents can keep youngsters busy this half term with free activities taking place at Dudley borough libraries.

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Winter wellbeing support to help borough residents

Dudley Council is rolling out its ‘winter wellbeing’ campaign, with a range of services available to help people stay safe and keep well over the colder months.

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Covid cases on the rise

Dudley Council’s public health boss is urging eligible people to get vaccinated against covid as the infection “has not gone away.”

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Council backs vision for a smoke free generation

Chiefs at Dudley Council have welcomed Government plans to create a smoke free generation in England and they have pledged that the local authority will play its part.

Young, male black dancer performing in Island Movements

Windrush inspired ballet performance at Halesowen Library

A new ballet 'Island Movements' will be performed at Halesowen Library on Tuesday 10 October at 11.30am as part of Black History Month.

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Rogue gardener took £9k from customers

A rogue landscape gardener from Kingswinford took more than £9,000 from two customers for work he never carried out, a court heard.

Dogs found in poor and cramped conditions at the Robinson family home

Illegal dog breeder ordered to pay almost £8k

A Dudley resident has been sentenced for illegally breeding and selling dogs and was ordered to pay £7,928 in costs.

Councillor Matt Rogers, cabinet member for adult social care, and David Harbach, chair of Age Concern Stourbridge, with members of the indoor bowls club during their taster session at the Ageing Well Festival.

Residents enjoy Dudley’s first Ageing Well Festival

Dudley’s first Ageing Well Festival is in full swing with many activities and events still to enjoy before the end of the week.

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Rogue car dealer sold “death trap” car TWICE

A rogue motor trader convicted for selling a “death trap” car patched it up before taking thousands from another unsuspecting customer for it, a court heard.