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Miranda helps celebrate World Book Night at Stourbridge Library

Hugely successful local author Miranda Dickinson will be talking all things bookish at Stourbridge Library later this month.

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Passion Play live performance in Dudley

Saltmine Theatre Company is bringing its unique retelling of the Easter story to the streets of Dudley next week.

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2024 primary school places decisions to be published soon

Parents are being reminded to keep an eye on their inbox as primary school decision emails will be sent next week.

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Advice on how to stay well at home

Advice on how to stay well at home will be available at an event being held later this month at the Merry Hill Centre.

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Dudley borough volunteers selected for King’s Award

Volunteers from a Dudley borough charity will join more than a thousand volunteers from across the region at a celebration event this Sunday (14 April).

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Having a loff at Dudley Library

Local comedy writer David Tristram will be talking about his writing career at an event at Dudley Library later this month.

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Defendant pleads guilty to money laundering

A defendant has pleaded guilty to money laundering and ordered to pay in excess of £9,000 after being part of a scam, which cloned the details of a Dudley-borough business.  

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Story of Post Office scandal brought to the stage in Dudley

A best-selling author who lifted the lid on the struggles of hundreds of postmasters falsely accused by the Post Office of fraud is appearing in Dudley next week.

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50,000 sign up to MyDudley in just four months

MyDudley, Dudley Council’s new, easy to use online platform has signed up a massive 50,000 new accounts since it launched at the end of November.

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Trailers of rubbish dumped in Lye

Trailers packed full of rubbish have been dumped in Lye as part of an organised crime racket which has cost more than £150,000 to clean up over the last five years.

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£140k Arts Council Funding for Lye Library

VR headsets, IT hublets and improved seating, shelving and flooring are on their way to Lye Library thanks to funding from the Arts Council.