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- NUISANCE MOTORBIKES AND DUMPED RUBBISH TARGETED IN WEDNESBURY
- New plan aims to prevent suicide in Dudley
- Problem tenants receive injunctions
- Walsall Cabinet recommends Premium Council Tax on empty homes
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- Real terms cut in government funding for West Midlands Police
- A national director for government watchdog Ofsted has written personally to Dudley Council bosses offering congratulations following its recent inspection.
- Merry Christmas
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- Shop selling fake cigarettes shut down by council
- Local Charity run Bridge2Bridge Race
- LAUNCH OF NEW TASKFORCE TO TACKLE PROBLEMS ON THE STREETS OF SANDWELL
- COURT BID TO EXTEND INJUNCTION ON TRAVELLING FAMILY
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A trio of funny women are set to descend on Kingswinford Library next week as part of a Black Country wide reading celebration.
Visitors to the library can enjoy live and funny poetry performed by poets Emma Purshouse, Jane Seabourne and Win Saha on Tuesday May 29 from 7.30pm as part of this year’s big book fortnight which runs until June 2.