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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 »

Very large pothole, 20th February 

20 Feb

Another large pothole has opened in the last few weeks.


18 inch pothole, 20th February 

20 Feb

A pothole is expanding for the last couple of weeks Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 13 Coppice Road, Coseley Report on FixMyStreet...


Glass all over pavement., 19th February 

19 Feb

Dangerous for children and elderly.


Cars left, 16th February 

16 Feb

There are 4 cars that have been sitting and not moved for 3 months at least making the carpark very full on an evening so the residents cannot park on there a blue citeron with a smashed window a red pergeot a black BMW 1 series and a small...


Dog fouling on pavement, 15th February 

15 Feb

Dog fouling on pavement Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 75 Kingsley Road, Kingswinford Report on FixMyStreet...


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Freedom of information requests »

Childrens services structure 

21 Feb

Response by Dudley Council to Amelia Sowden on 21 February 2017 .


Salary of head teacher Summerhill school 

20 Feb

Response by Dudley Council to Nigel S on 20 February 2017 .


Exclusions from primary schools in Dudley. 

20 Feb

Response by Dudley Council to Kristofor karolski on 20 February 2017 .


Exclusions from primary schools in Dudley. 

19 Feb

Request sent to Dudley Council by Kristofor karolski on 19 February 2017 .


Dudley Borough Council Tax – Prescribed Insolvency Forms used for Bankruptcy 

17 Feb

Internal review request sent to Dudley Council by Ed Boyce on 17 February 2017 .


Salary of head teacher Summerhill school 

16 Feb

Response by Dudley Council to Nigel S on 16 February 2017 .


Salary of head teacher Summerhill school 

15 Feb

Request sent to Dudley Council by Nigel S on 15 February 2017 .


Dudley – Council Tax Arrears 

15 Feb

Clarification sent to Dudley Council by Pat James on 15 February 2017 .


School places 2017 

14 Feb

Response by Dudley Council to Christina Savage on 14 February 2017 .


Information about the organisations information technology team and infrastructure equipment 

13 Feb

Response by Dudley Council to Julie Hatchard on 13 February 2017 .


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NHS »

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

10 Feb

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


GPs in Dudley are Offering Extended Opening Hours 

8 Feb

GPs in Dudley have come together to offer patients extended access to GP appointments during the winter months.


Health Chiefs Seek the Views of Dudley People 

1 Feb

Dudley CCG has launched a public consultation on the changes to prescriptions and medicines in Dudley.


Health Chiefs Seek the Views of Dudley People 

1 Feb

Dudley CCG has launched a public consultation on the changes to prescriptions and medicines in Dudley.


Coombswood Surgery Set to Re-open 

31 Jan

Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is pleased to announce that Coombswood Surgery will re-open to provide care from today, Monday 30 th January 2017.


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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 »
  • Cressida Dick appointed first female Met police commissioner
    22 Feb 17
    Met’s former head of counter-terrorism to take over from Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe as Britain’s top police officer Cressida Dick will be the next commissioner of the Metropolitan police, it has been announced. She will be the first woman to lead…
  • This complacent Financial Settlement for Local Government comes with huge ethical and political risks.
    22 Feb 17
    Yesterday’s NLGN Annual Conference came with a painful sting in the tail. The day was dominated by talk of creativity and collaboration – bursting with ideas about how technology, new approaches to the workforce, co-operation between public…
  • Viewpoint: Local government can make democracy meaningful again
    22 Feb 17
    The special focus of the current edition of c’llr magazine is’Big ideas’. This post from Anthony Zacharzewski, on the pivotal role of local government in rejuvenating democracy, first appeared as part of that feature.
  • To survive cuts, libraries must be community hubs | Cllr Ian Stephens
    22 Feb 17
    Councils are finding creative ways to support libraries that offer a wide variety of services, from homework clubs to health advice and business partnerships Libraries are as popular as Premier League football, the cinema and the UK’s top …
  • Annual Conference 2017: Adam Lent’s introductory speech on driving change
    21 Feb 17
    Firstly, I would like to thank the City of London Corporation for hosting our conference in the fantastic surroundings of the Guildhall. I also want to offer very special thanks to Norse and the Municipal Journal for partnering on the event…
  • We must ensure all Scottish public buildings are safe | Neil Baxter
    21 Feb 17
    The damning Cole report on standards at 17 PFI-built Edinburgh schools should not be shelved. All Scottish councils need to review their public buildings The knee-jerk reaction to last week’s calls by the Scottish government and subsequently…
  • Sharing service questions for G-Cloud 9
    17 Feb 17
    Suppliers will be able to start their applications for G-Cloud 9 (G9) in March. To help suppliers prepare their answers before applications open, we’re sharing the draft service questions and categories.  Please note that there may be some …
  • The Digital Outcomes and Specialists supplier list has been refreshed
    15 Feb 17
    In late 2016, suppliers applied to provide services through Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2. All Digital Outcomes and Specialists suppliers needed to apply to Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2 to continue selling their services. 2,018 suppliers…
  • Discussing diversity at UKGovcamp
    15 Feb 17
    The GDS Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) network went to this year’s UKGovcamp to talk about cultural diversity in the workplace.






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