£7.6 million funding approved for Elite Centre.
More local jobs are being created at Midland’s specialist seating manufacturer, Repose, following its most successful month ever.
Unemployed people with skills and experience in a range of industries and who have recent work experience, are being urged to take up a free course leading to new careers and jobs in training.
The Public will be hosting a special concert in memory of Black Country legend, poet and entertainer, Alfie, on 21st June.
A brave beauty queen who battled back from the brink of death has now set her sights on capturing the Miss England title
Four friends from the Black Country have completed a once in a lifetime challenge this weekend and raised over £6,500 for a local charity in the process.
The political theatre of ‘Question Time’ came to the Black Country recently, when eighty Year 10 and 11 pupils grilled local business leaders on the subject of employability.
Work experience with a twist was showcased to city leaders thanks to four Wolverhampton apprentices who took part in a cultural exchange.
Three teenagers got more than expert advice when they visited a Black Country Apprenticeship showcase
A quick trip down the pub has turned into the challenge of a lifetime for four novice runners from the Black Country.
A mini-forest made of real trees and soil planted onto a converted canal hopper is due to travel the canals of Birmingham and the Black Country.
A £10 million boost to fund adult apprenticeships in the Black Country has been secured by training company BCTG.
“…our findings indicate that the local business community could be looking more confidently to the future”
Police have raided more homes as they continue to investigate last summer’s disturbances.
The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and The Black Country is looking for primary schools across the Black Country to get involved with Yellow Fish
Plans have been submitted for one of the country’s first Nature Improvement Areas for Birmingham and the Black Country.
Black Country police are helping prevent motorists from becoming victims of crime.
Is it a van? Is it a cow? No, it’s the Moomobile, and it’s hitting the streets of Birmingham and the Black Country, to bring mobile healthcare to the area. A transit van with a difference; the Moomobile is painted as a cow on both sides, and even has its rear end decorated to match…
Wildlife is found to be no longer priceless, an economic study has discovered.
Light House hosts a special part of the Home of Metal festival this September
The Wildlife Trust’s Black Country Living Landscape Community Involvement Programme invites Black Country residents to ‘Go Wild’ this summer.