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Milestone hit in bid for Learning City Award status

It has been officially accepted into the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities, which aims to support and accelerate lifelong learning, and makes an...

Help yourself stay well this winter with flu vaccination

Flu is a highly infectious disease and can lead to serious complications for people who have long-term health conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,...

Residents can have say about future use of vandal-hit site

Old Fallings Adventure Playground in Low Hill closed in February following numerous instances of vandalism in recent years which have left one of the...

Take good mental health as seriously as good physical health

Public Health England (PHE) is piloting its new Every Mind Matters campaign in the region - highlighting that while everyone can feel stressed, anxious,...

Health and wellbeing comes Together as leaders join forces

They will join forces in a bid reduce health inequalities in the city, improve the health and wellbeing of residents and support the development...

Residents urged to report incidents of hate crime

Hate crime is any criminal offence committed against a person or property which is motivated by an offender's hatred of someone because of their...

“Fearless” First World War Hero Honoured

Cpl Roland Elcock, of the Royal Scots Regiment, ran alone towards firing enemy machine-guns in Capelle-St. Catherine, France, in 1918. He got to within 10...

BP Portrait Award opens in Wolverhampton this week

It is free to attend the exhibition during the Lichfield Street’s normal gallery opening hours of Monday to Saturday (10.30am – 4.30pm) and Sunday...

New workers in place to help tackle homelessness

Their roles will be funded from part of an initial £138,000 grant awarded by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government in June. The...

City celebrates National Libraries Week with free events

The theme for this year's event is wellbeing, and many of the sessions in the wide-ranging programme tie into this. Councillor John Reynolds, the City...