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Pedal power nets national cycling award for school

A borough primary school has been named the best in the country for its efforts in encouraging children to cycle.

Food store

Council staff lend a helping hand at new food distribution hub

More than 200 redeployed workers from Dudley Council are joining community volunteers to help vulnerable people from across the borough by providing a range of support services including a new food distribution hub.

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Cash boost for Halesowen BID

Finance chiefs have hailed Dudley as “ahead of the curve” after £50,000 of financial support was given to businesses in Halesowen.

VE Day Homes

Celebrate VE Day – but do it safely

Residents in the borough are being encouraged to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day tomorrow – but to do so safely.

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Give blood at Stourbridge Town Hall

The borough’s town halls may be closed due to the coronavirus pandemic – but critical blood donations sessions are still continuing at Stourbridge Town Hall.

Tip reopens on Monday

Council bosses have announced plans to reopen the Household Waste Recycling Centre (tip) in Stourbridge next week to pre-booked residents.

Cavendish demolition

Going, going, gone! Cavendish disappears from Dudley skyline

Cavendish House has finally disappeared from Dudley’s skyline – with council bosses vowing its demolition sparks the start of a “bright new future” for the town centre.

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Building control remains operational

The construction industry is being supported by Dudley Council throughout the coronavirus pandemic as the authority continues to run its vital safety service for building projects.

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Cemeteries open over the Bank Holiday weekend

Cemeteries across the borough will remain open as usual during next week's Bank Holiday weekend.

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Plans to cut red tape and unlock community cash

Changes are being made to cut through red tape and make it easier to unlock cash to be spent on community projects.

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Thank you carers of Dudley

Carers who serve across Dudley have been heralded as a life force for the borough by Dudley Council chiefs.


Dudley's show of hands will celebrate equality

Dudley Council is asking borough residents to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) with a tribute of heart shaped hands.