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Mayor of Dudley, Councillor Hillary Bills, lays a wreath Landscape

Dudley remembers D-Day landings on 80th anniversary

Dudley borough has today paid tribute to the service of Britain’s D-Day veterans, on the 80th anniversary of their landings in Normandy.

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Dudley hosts its first ever Writer’s Festival

Celebrate the award-winning writing talents of the west midlands at Dudley borough libraries this June.

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Play a DJ set at Dudley Pride this summer

Aspiring DJs are in with a chance of showcasing their talents at the first ever outdoor Dudley Pride event on Saturday 20 July.

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Say Hello benches in Dudley borough

People can drop by and ‘say hello’ at 15 spots around the borough during Loneliness Awareness Week (Monday 10 to Sunday 16 June).

A shot from the Dudley Grand Prix in 2023

Elite cycle race returns to borough this summer

An elite level British Cycling event will return to Dudley town centre this summer after a successful debut, it was revealed today.

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Changes to the constituencies ahead of the General Election

The general election is just over a month away and people are being reminded about a number of changes to the parliamentary boundaries across Dudley borough.

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Pop icons to share stories and songs at Halesowen Town Hall

Eighties icon Paul Young and indie rocker John Power will share songs and stories from their careers at intimate shows in Halesowen.

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New crowdfund scheme to offer nearly £500,000 for community projects

A new funding programme has been launched offering nearly £500,000 to support community projects across the borough.

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Closure order served on Brierley Hill store

A shop in Brierley Hill has been ordered to close after being caught selling illegal tobacco products.

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Council joins Clean Air Day

Dudley Council is promoting Clean Air Day in June by encouraging people to walk or cycle to work and school, or to work from home when possible.

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Rogue gardener told to repay costs

A rogue gardener was back in court last week and ordered to repay more than £10,000 to customers after he failed to start work on their home.

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Vape seller receives suspended sentence

A shop owner has been handed a suspended sentence for continuing to sell illegal vapes despite warnings from trading standards.