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Council »

Council’s online systems to be shut down for a day 

5 Jan

ACCESS to Dudley Council’s online services are set to be disrupted next week as the local authority’s systems undergo maintenance.


New car park opens in time for festive shopping 

25 Nov

New car park opens in time for festive shopping...


Get fit with a festive deal 

25 Nov

Get fit with a festive deal...


Charity Christmas wishes for loved ones 

25 Nov

Charity Christmas wishes for loved ones...


#Xmaselfies carol singing 

25 Nov

#Xmaselfies carol singing...


People to have their say on multi million pound Big Question 

25 Nov

People to have their say on multi million pound Big Question...


Housing issues to be discussed with Dudley Council at April’s TRA meetings 

3 Apr

A SERIES of tenants and residents association meetings (TRAs) are being held across Dudley borough during April.


Funds available for community groups at local forums 

14 Mar

COMMUNITY groups are set to benefit from grants of up to £5,000 which Dudley Council is making available through its public forums.


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FixMyStreet »

Litter on Havacre Lane, 20th June 

20 Jun

There's lots of litter all down Havacre Road in Coseley again between Biddings Lane and Bridgewater Drive.


Hidden sign on Havacre Lane, 20th June 

20 Jun

There's a road sign opposite 63 Havacre Lane in Coseley that is meant to say Reduce Speed Now and Double Bend Ahead but it's become so overgrown by trees that you can't even see the sign.


Marked potholes., 19th June 

19 Jun

Series of potholes along the whole length of Ruskin Avenue (not the first time) these were marked in yellow quite some time ago at the same time as the ones along Sandyfields Road between the top of Ruskin Avenue and Straits Road.


Noise youths on playing field, 19th June 

19 Jun

Over the last 2 weeks there has been a grooof youths making noise climbing trees leaving empty cans bottles on the field at the back of my property foul language Generally antisocial behaviour Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically...


12 inch diameter pothole, 19th June 

19 Jun

This pothole has been here since the bad weather earlier this year, and is becoming very dangerous Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 8 Aldridge Close, Amblecote Report on FixMyStreet...


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Freedom of information requests »

Measures to help increase, encourage and aid electric vehicles and associated technology 

21 Jun

Response by Dudley Council to Thomas Pemberton on 21 June 2018 .


Public Complaints against amlin motors of halesowen 

19 Jun

Response by Dudley Council to glen braithwaite on 19 June 2018 .


Roads compensation summary 

19 Jun

Response by Dudley Council to Amanda Hart on 19 June 2018 .


HMO Registered properties 

19 Jun

Response by Dudley Council to Tehmoor on 19 June 2018 .


Roads compensation summary 

18 Jun

Request sent to Dudley Council by Amanda Hart on 18 June 2018 .


Roads compensation 1990-2015 inclusive 

18 Jun

Follow up sent to Dudley Council by Amanda Hart on 18 June 2018 .


Roads compensation 1990-2015 inclusive 

18 Jun

Response by Dudley Council to Amanda Hart on 18 June 2018 .


Children’s Service Structure June 2018 

11 Jun

Response by Dudley Council to Nonstop Recruitment on 11 June 2018 .


Children’s Service Structure June 2018 

8 Jun

Request sent to Dudley Council by Nonstop Recruitment on 8 June 2018 .


Emails from Cllr Harley with Coseley as a key word 

8 Jun

Response by Dudley Council to Craig Jones on 8 June 2018 .


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NHS »

Public Invited to Dudley CCG’s Primary Care Commissioning Committee Meeting 

18 Jun

Members of the public are invited to attend the next Primary Care Commissioning Committee meeting, which will be held by the Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).


Join Your Local Maternity Voice Partnership 

14 Jun

If you’re a new mum or mum-to-be, the Black Country maternity voices partnership would love to hear from you! Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) is a team of women and their families, working alongside health professionals from The Dudley...


Save the date…Happy 70th Birthday NHS 

12 Jun

With the NHS turning 70 on Thursday 5 July 2018 we’d like to invite you to our celebratory tea party event.


Dudley CCG appoints first Consultant Pharmacist for Primary Care, working at a population level 

8 Jun

Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group has announced the appointment of a Consultant Pharmacist for Primary Care and Community Medicines Optimisation.


Dudley CCG Invites Public to attend Board Meeting 

5 Jun

Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group is holding an Extra-ordinary Board meeting this week and members of the public are invited to attend.


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Westminster »

Cycling: Capital Investment | Department for Transport | Written Answers 

21 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what progress his Department has made on preparing the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy for England.


Islamic State: Christianity | Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Written Answers 

20 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what steps he is taking to protect Christians from persecution by Islamic State.


Iraq: Islamic State | Foreign and Commonwealth Office | Written Answers 

20 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what discussions he has had with his international counterparts on reports that Islamic State has taken over the city of Quaragosh in Iraq; and if he will make a statement...


Recorders | Ministry of Justice | Written Answers 

16 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what estimate he has made of the number of part-time fee-earning recorders who worked in courts in each of the last five years.


Iran: Nuclear Deal | Oral Answers to Questions – Prime Minister | Commons debates 

15 Jul

The Foreign Secretary has kept his promise not to do a bad deal, but only because he has done an absolutely terrible one.


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LocalGov blogs »
  • Whitehall isn't working? Whose fault is that, minister? David Walker
    21 Jun 18
    If the government isn’t working, look no further than the broken relationships between ministers and top civil servants Brexit may be among the current main reasons why British central government isn’t working – but there’s another reason …
  • What makes someone a good digital leader?
    21 Jun 18
    To mark Digital Leaders Week, people from across GDS reflect on the role that digital leaders can have in transformation and the qualities a good digital leader should have.
  • Calls for an inquiry into future health and social care funding
    20 Jun 18
    After the Prime Minister’s promise of more cash for the NHS, a new report from the Institute for Government calls for a parliamentary inquiry into how to raise this money now – and in the future.
  • Robots in the public sector? Bring them on | Mike Clancy
    20 Jun 18
    Artificial intelligence could increase productivity and deliver better public services, but only if workers are involved every step of the way Earlier this week I heard a robot construct an argument in response to a human being: in San Francisco…
  • Creating the UK government’s accessibility empathy lab
    20 Jun 18
    Take a look inside GDS’s new space created to improve awareness of accessibility and assistive technologies.
  • Leaving Care, Leaving Well: how can outcomes be improved?
    20 Jun 18
    11,000 young people leave care every year, including foster and residential placements, and start their transition to adulthood. For many, this is a difficult journey. Not only do young people have to grow up fast, many moving to live independently…
  • The social impact of devolution must not be overlooked
    19 Jun 18
    There is nothing new about English devolution being couched in economic terms, particularly as the UK Government has pinned the devolution agenda in England firmly to the spatial framework of city regions. What is remarkable is that, under…
  • Thousands of public buildings and spaces in England sold off a year
    18 Jun 18
    Councils selling majority to private developers not community groups, says report More than 4,000 public buildings and spaces in England are being sold off every year, with more than 7,000 others at risk over the next five years, a charity…
  • The same new GDS
    18 Jun 18
    Interim Chief Operating Officer Sally Meecham talks about rejoining GDS and reflects on how it has changed and developed over the years, as well as her hopes for the future.






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