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Cllrs Judy Foster and Kurshed Ahmid celebrate the completion of the Co-Op restoration with Dudley store staff, members of the team who worked on the project and Cllr Asif Ahmed.
GP Dr Richard Bramble, who ran a medical centre in Kates Hill before its closure in February, is now a partner at Netherton Surgery and he is keen for ex-patients to join his new practice.
George Osborne will announce a fresh round of spending cuts for Whitehall departments when he gives his Autumn Statement on Thursday.
IN this month's column Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris outlines his support for the controversial HS2 rail link.
A 44-YEAR-OLD former Pensnett man caught with sickening indecent photographs of children on his computer has avoided jail time.
It is not yet known whether the person is a man or a woman but the incident happened at around 9.30am.
Santa's hugely-popular annual grotto has been axed at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery in a cost-cutting move Santa Claus meets Madison Young at the museum's grotto last year and right Jonathan and Alice Link missed out on the Christmas treat Santa's hugely-popular annual grotto has been axed at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery in a cost-cutting ... (more)
RESIDENTS living near a former Kingswinford pub that will soon be turned into a restaurant and B&B have claimed they were not consulted before the application went before Dudley planners.
The shocking attack on the dancefloor at Revolution Vodka Bar in Bridge Street between 12.30am and 1.30am on Sunday follows a spate of similar incidents in Birmingham The shocking attack on the dancefloor at Revolution Vodka Bar in Bridge Street between 12.30am and 1.30am on Sunday follows a spate of similar incidents in Birmingham.
THE Mayor of Dudley sampled something sweet when he visited a Stourbridge sweet shop ahead of this weekend's Small Business Saturday.
Two young men who risked being homeless at Christmas will now have a roof over their heads thanks to a scheme launched by a Staffordshire charity.
DUDLEY Council is facing a broadside of brickbats after it emerged a Sedgley wall refurbishment cost a whopping A 235,000.
THE colourful artwork of a Pedmore schoolgirl is featured on charity Christmas cards, available exclusively at Stourbridge's Tesco Extra.
Warrant Officer Class 2 Ian Fisher from the 3rd Battalion The Mercian Regiment was killed in a suicide blast on patrol in the Kamparak area of Helmand province, Afghanistan.
Cyber Monday, our biggest online spending spree EVER: Amazon staff race to dispatch 41 items a second as Britons make 7.7million purchases Staff at Amazon warehouse had to work hard to keep up with demand - the busiest online shopping day of the year Shoppers are thought to have made at least 7.7million purchases, almost half of which are expected ... (more)
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