• Pro-Palestinian protestors stop council meeting

    PRO-PALESTINIAN protestors brought a meeting to a halt for the second time in three weeks. Sandwell councillors briefly abandoned yesterday's (Tuesday February 20) key budget meeting after it was interrupted by protestors demanding the authority

  • Three pothole-ridden Halesowen roads to get improvements

    THREE Halesowen roads are set to benefit from improvements - Dudley Council has pledged. Belle Vale, Lutley Lane and Huntingtree Road will be subject to works. The council revealed it plans to improve the roads after retired teacher Mary Hadley

  • Dudley's leaders gear up for crunch budget meeting

    DUDLEY'S leaders are gearing up for a crunch meeting to explain how they will fix the authority’s ailing finances after a warning from auditors. A meeting of the full council on February 26 will debate measures to address statutory recommendations

  • Recycling rate in Dudley worsens, figures show

    THE proportion of household waste sent for recycling from across the Dudley borough fell last year, new figures show. Figures from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs show 118,560 tonnes of waste were collected and disposed by

  • Youths warned by police on patrol in Halesowen town centre

    SEVERAL youths were warned about their behaviour by police patrolling anti-social behaviour hot spots in Halesowen town centre. Officers from the Halesowen policing team were conducting patrols to crack down on anti-social behaviour around the