Fifty years of writing marked by civic ceremony.
PP Electrical Systems worker is Young Engineer of the Year.
New anthology of town’s writing published.
Optimistic signs for borough’s economy.
Change of meeting “prevents council change” – claim.
Report follows Walsall Labour group claims.
Dream opening for booksellers.
Labour group say “bar set far too high”.
Proposed budget “political cowardice” claim.
Walsall councilors donate to needy.
Labour councillors in bid to make school Trust accountable.
Labour group in call to discourage payday loans.
Inquiry into education standards to be held.
A modern update on a traditional tale.
Warning comes in wake of proposed budget cuts.
Course improves employment opportunities.
Users will be at risk claim Labour opposition.
Further cuts to come, say Labour group.
“Join us” offer from opposition.
Whatever you want to do, join in.
Welfare benefits cuts result in children being taken into care.
Opposition leader calls for answers.
Former pupil speaks of dangers of homophobia in schools.
The University of Wolverhampton has teamed up with an internet TV channel to examine how footballers cope with the pressure of penalty shoot-outs.
Locals of the last pub on Walsall’s Beechdale Estate which raise thousands for local charities are fighting plans to convert it into shops saying it is at the heart of the community.
Labour councillors are opposing a move by Walsall council to discuss a tax-funded, multi-million pound project in secret session away from the eyes of the public and press.
The achievements of some of the best young apprentices and adult learners in the West Midlands were in the spotlight last week as the In-Comm Training Annual Awards came to a glittering finale.
Opposition councillors on Walsall Council will attempt to unseat the ruling coalition next week following, what they call, ‘a year of incompetence, inaction and increasing indifference.’
Walsall’s Labour group claim that after, what they describe as, three years of failed promises and unsuccessful negotiations, Walsall Council has committed £8 million to a flagship retail project with less than 24 hours notice.
The latest Duport Business Confidence Report reveals a sharp rise in net company growth last year in Walsall, suggesting a recovering local economy.