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Ian Winfield, Inspirational Tutor of the Year

Top award for deaf Dudley tutor

A deaf Dudley tutor who has made it his life’s work to help other deaf people won a prestigious award last night (18 May).

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Put a spring in your step

Residents are being invited to join the latest Let’s Get Moving Challenge as National Walking Month gets underway.

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Spring COVID-19 booster on offer at pop-up clinics in Dudley borough

Pop-up clinics offering the spring COVID-19 booster vaccination have opened in several locations in Dudley borough.

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Rogue traders slammed in court

Two rogue traders who fleeced an elderly Dudley borough man for almost £30,000 of shoddy roof work were sentenced in court yesterday.

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Cracking Easter fun in Dudley borough

Dudley Council is offering a range of fun activities for children and young people to enjoy during the Easter school holidays.

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Easter family fun at DB Leisure

There’s no need for youngsters to be bored over the holidays with lots of fun to be had at Dudley borough leisure centres this Easter.

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Government funding to increase support

Dudley Council’s cabinet member for public health has welcomed £740k of government funding to help people with drug and alcohol addiction in Dudley borough.

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Dates confirmed for forums

People can get involved in their local area and meet with local councillors and the police when they attend the next round of community meetings.

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Rogue gardener sentenced after not delivering on gardening promise

A rogue builder who failed to complete gardening work and issue a refund to a Brierley Hill resident has been prosecuted in a case brought by Dudley Trading Standards.

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Car dealer pleads guilty to fraud

A car dealer has been ordered to pay more than £1,600 and carry out 100 hours of community work after misleading a Sedgley resident into buying a car.

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Community service for rogue builder

A rogue builder has been ordered to serve 220 hours of community service after pleading guilty to stealing money and carrying out poor building work.