Walsall council’s flagship policy to help 550 young unemployed people find work has found apprenticeships for only 58 youngsters in its first year
A self-appointed witch doctor has been ordered to pay back £28,500 in one of the most bizarre cases of money-laundering West Midlands Police have encountered.
A series of events from around the globe have been announced for two of the city’s leading venues.
Alan Clawley wades through the gloom and doom of budget cuts and asks why Sir Albert Bore is predicting the end of local government as we know it.
Following the success of the show last year, Hoopla Productions are bringing their hit family music show The Night Queen back to B2
Internationally acclaimed award winning stand-up comedian and Guardian columnist Shazia Mirza will be returning to The Public
A group of 20 apprentices from the Black Country are gearing up to work in Ireland as part of a cultural exchange.