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The Mercedes sold by rogue trader Bukhari, who has been ordered to pay nearly £20,000 by a court

Rogue car dealer hit with £20,000 court bill

A Stourbridge car dealer who sold a “dangerous and unroadworthy” vehicle has been ordered to pay nearly £20,000 by a court.

Dudley council house lit up pink for Organ Donation Week

Buildings go pink for Organ Donation Week 2023

Russell’s Hall Hospital and Dudley Council House have been lit up this week to help raise awareness about organ donation.

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Celebrate later life at Dudley's Ageing Well Festival

Older people in Dudley borough will be able to enjoy a series of fun and helpful events next week dedicated to celebrating later life.

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Halesowen library careers fair

There’s an opportunity for young people to meet with representatives from colleges, universities and employers at a careers fair this month.

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Holy water conman ordered to pay more than £190,000

A rogue trader who grossly overcharged four vulnerable and elderly women to pocket nearly £130,000 has been ordered to pay a confiscation order.

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New dual-language picture book launching at Dudley library

A book by new author Jesse Kaur will launch at Dudley library on 31 August.

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Parents urged to make sure jabs are up to date

As children prepare for their return to school next month, parents and carers are being urged to make sure their children are up to date with immunisations before starting school.

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Children eat free in Dudley borough

Parents and carers can take advantage of free or £1 children’s meals this summer holiday in participating Dudley borough cafes, restaurants, and supermarkets.


Open day at the archives

Dudley Archives is holding an open day this weekend with talks, tours and advice on researching family history.

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Dudley trader admits theft

A Dudley trader who admitted stealing £1,150 for a garden job he never did has been ordered to pay almost double that amount in costs through the courts.

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Libraries summer events for children

There are crafts, sports themed activities, author readings and a trip back in time to Ancient Egypt at borough libraries this summer.

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Brilliant books come to the Black Country

Celebrated author Will Mabbitt will be touring libraries this summer with his action-packed, children’s book, ‘The Unlikely Adventures of Mabel Jones’.