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THE following appeared at Dudley Magistrates Court between March 23 and 27:
THE dissolution of Parliament is the official start of the most unpredictable general election campaign in decades.
SERIOUS funding cuts mean that 1,000 places will be lost on adult courses at Dudley College.
TWO people were taken to hospital after a crash in Dudley this morning (Monday).
HERE’S what’s been happening this weekend across the Black Country and North Worcestershire.
THE weather throughout today will be a mixture of sunny spells with light showers.
A KINGSWINFORD manufacturer has been listed on the London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain.
MERRY Hill is set to host a fun-filled Easter half-term for youngsters, including craft workshops, character appearances and an Easter egg trail around the centre.
LIGHTER nights are nearly upon us as the time has come to change the clocks again.
A STOURBRIDGE Golf Club apprentice is on course for a successful career having picked up a regional award.
A WEIGHTY problem has been solved at Dudley Zoo thanks to the handiwork of assistant curator Richard Brown.
Here’s what’s been happening across the Black Country and North Worcestershire.
SCHOOL'S nearly out for a Lower Gornal headteacher who has been at the helm for eight years.
THE Bishop of Dudley rolled up his sleeves and got stuck in at a Dudley community café as part of the Church of England’s Lent campaign.
DOWNTON Abbey is to bow out at the end of the next series, ITV has said.
MANY people spend only half an hour on their feet in the office and fear being sedentary is damaging their health, according to a new survey.
SUNNY spells are expected on what otherwise looks set to be a cloudy but dry day.
THE family of a former pub landlady who died after a fire at her Netherton flat is calling for answers after discovering the fire alarms in her block were broken shortly after her death.
HERE'S what you need to know from around the Black Country and North Worcestershire today (Thursday).
TWO Dudley lovers embarked on a dangerous trek, which resulted in a dramatic helicopter rescue and a romantic proposal.
DUDLEY'S Long Entry Footpath has been closed to pedestrians while work is carried out to remove overhanging masonry and metalwork.
PEOPLE throughout Dudley Borough are being reminded to make sure they are registered to vote in the upcoming elections.
MILLIONS of teenage girls have been left heartbroken after Zayn Malik announced he was walking away from One Direction for good.
UMBRELLAS are a must this morning as it is a wet start to Thursday with heavy bursts of rain - but it’s not all bad news.
ANY intrepid walking enthusiasts planning to tackle this year's Dudley Trail in early May can get in trim by taking part in a series of walks planned to improve people's fitness.
BLACK Country stage stars brought that 'summer holiday' feeling to Brierley Hill Civic Hall when they put on their 'dancing shoes' for their latest musical.
BLACK Country armed forces veteran John Deane, who was recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours, was joined by distinguished guests when he was officially presented with his Royal accolade.
THE sister of a Netherton man who died outside a police station has spoke of her pride that he had kicked his drug habit before his death.
STEVE Pemberton has teased there could be a revival of hit show The League of Gentlemen, if they can get all the team back together.
A STAGGERING £90,000 in cash was reportedly found under a bed at a derelict property in Christchurch – the day before firefighters torched the site during a training exercise.
AN incident involving a car and a lorry on the M6 southbound between J5 (Castle Bromwich) and J4A (M42) has caused one lane to be closed and heavy traffic.
A MOTORHOME in Stourport has been destroyed by fire but its occupant escaped unhurt.
DUDLEY Council has launched the ‘Let’s get active outdoors’ programme for 2015.
STOURBRIDGE Library will be host to a band of tiny aliens next week to help children with learning difficulties create Easter crafts.
THREE teenagers were injured in a horror smash in Alcester last night (Friday).
TRAFFIC is reported to be moving slowly on the M6 Southbound between J10A M54 and J10 A454 / B4464 (Wolverhampton / Walsall) due to an earlier accident involving two cars.
IT’LL be a dry Friday evening although cloud is expected to thicken from the south west later, forecasters are reporting.
A FORMER shop keeper from Dudley had dreams of becoming a zoo keeper before he discovered his talent for academia, which has resulted in him receiving an award from a leading science journal.
SUPPORT has flooded in to help a Sedgley man with terminal brain cancer fulfil his last wish.
SPORTS editor Peter McKinney has been looking ahead to the weekend's action for Kidderminster Harriers, Redditch United and Bromsgrove Sporting.
HERE are a few stories featured on our sister paper websites from across the UK.
GOOD morning. With the weekend looming many of you will have that Friday feeling and the last thing you need is to get stuck in traffic.
TONIGHT is set to be clear with just a one per cent chance of rain across the Black Country and North Worcestershire, according to the forecasters.
BORIS Johnson has got behind the new Tory candidate for Dudley North Les Jones, saying he would make a “superb MP”.
A DRINK driver who hit speeds of 80mph and crashed into a garden wall during a police pursuit has avoided jail.
FORMER council leader Les Jones has been selected as the Tory candidate for Dudley North.
POLICE investigating a machete attack in a Kingswinford park have arrested a man in connection with the incident.
THE Duchess of Cambridge has urged parents, teachers and healthcare workers to give child mental health the "focus it requires".
GOOD morning. There are a few road closures at the moment, which may delay your journey if you’re about to head out.
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