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Friendship Care and Housing are committed to providing a regular supply of donations to the local foodbanks in Birmingham, Sparkhill and Walsall.
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Street entertainer Dizzy Lizzy will be among a host of characters and attractions aiming to use creative talent to bring people together for the Forge Forward Art's Day in Dudley town centre.
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Brian Griffin will talk about his new book The Black Kingdom - an autobiography of his life growing up in the Black Country at the library in St James's Road on Thursday May 23.
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DUDLEY has a new top cop after the arrival of Inspector Julie Mason to cover the region's northern sector.
A MAN obsessed with fire who began a blaze in Dudley Library has been made the subject of a hospital order.
Two people have been charged after cocaine with a potential street value of A 1 million was seized at Gatwick Airport.
Firefighters, police and paramedics were called to the aid of the woman, who was in her 20s, after she had been catapulted from her vehicle.
Lincoln Ladies will travel to Liverpool in the semi-finals of the Continental Cup after securing the point they needed in a 1-1 draw at Birmingham City yesterday.
They include Birmingham City University students who have designed and created nine front doors which will be displayed on the picnic hill area at the show, taking place on June 12-16 at the NEC A host of green-fingered local groups are set to take part in the BBC Gardeners' World Live 2013 event next month.
She's in the bookies watching the greyhounds!" 5. Mark Brown says: "This is a picture of my dog Harpo, who is dog-tired after a long walk in Snowdonia." 6. Annie O'Keeffe says: "This is Malachi, who is aged one year and nine months.
She is one of the oldest volunteers in Birmingham - and a woman who was forced to flee the Nazis as a child.
They are paying up to 5,000 for their own, dedicated midwife to ensure they get the best care during labour who can also offer advice throughout the pregnancy.
The history of the Black Country's canal network stretches back to the 18th century, and stories and photographs about our treasured waterways are constantly gracing the pages of the Bugle.
Less than two years ago, Laura Mvula was a receptionist honing her phone answering skills at music organization in Birmingham, England.
Another deep dig into the Bugle's archives has revealed the lyrics and music of a song, a jaunty number, all about The Crooked House at Himley, also known as The Glynne Arms, and The Siden House .
BOSSES at a Black Country training charity say they are completely baffled as to why their star pupil can't find a job.