Former Wombourne batsman reovering after knocked out by ball similar to that which killed Phil HughesExpress & Star 26 Jan
Former Wombourne batsman Daniel Hughes was today recovering after being knocked out by a ball similar to that which killed Phil Hughes.
Concerns have been raised that a court ruling could see previously rejected applications for travellers’ sites return to South Staffordshire.
More than 9,000 people have fallen off the electoral register across the Black Country and South Staffordshire, it has emerged – with an MP blaming a new application system for putting people off.
A person has been killed after being hit by a train in Staffordshire tonight.
THREE Port Vale fans who were accused of racially abusing an opposition player can now watch their beloved team in action again after the case against them collapsed.
Plans have been submitted for 1,700 homes on the site of a new eco-town in Oxfordshire.
A South Staffordshire village carnival is set to return this year, it has been announced, with discussions ongoing as to its format.
Concerns about vandalism, staffing and drugs at HMP Featherstone near Wolverhampton are raised in a new report.
Chronic staffing shortages are at the heart of HMP Featherstone’s problems, a shocking report has revealed.
Vandalised cells, widespread drug use, bullying and violent prisoners are among the issues laid bare in a report on Featherstone Prison today.
Calls have been made to remove graffiti from a historic bridge in Wombourne as it is threatening the Best Kept Village campaign.
Tourism is worth a massive £104 million to the south Staffordshire economy with more than 2.2 million people visiting the area, it has been revealed.
The first ever chairman of South Staffordshire Council has died.
Alex Hilton is pissed off with private landlords, dodgy homes and excessive rents.
Prison staff were so concerned for their safety they held a vote of no confidence in the management.
A teenager was attacked by four men as he walked home in Wombourne.
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Just a reminder that you only have until the end of the month to cast your vote for the WCH Charity of the Year 2015.
Hednesford Town made it three home wins on the trot at Keys Park following this victory over Gloucester City, which saw the Pitmen move back into the top five of the Conference North.
The Club is again collecting Sainsbury’s Active Kids vouchers.
Barton United lost by the odd goal in three at mid-table rivals Boldmere Sport & Social.
Just a quick message to say congratulations to Ellie ‘The Enforcer’ Parker who scored her first goal for the Meerkats this weekend.
The mighty Villa caused a massive cup upset by knocking out Bournemouth AFC.
Ray’s weekly update should be in member’s mailboxes now, but here’s a copy for info…Captains News 250115 .
DRIVERS have until the end of this week to choose their preferred route for the proposed new link road between the M54 and the northbound carriageway of the M6.
Local government contract win for eg solutionsSTAFFORDSHIRE-based back office optimisation software company, eg solutions, has strengthened its portfolio with a major new contract win.
STAFFORDSHIRE software company eg Solutions announced this morning that is proposing to raise up to £3.2m through a shares placing.
A £40m new motorway junction providing access directly onto the i54 business park in South Staffordshire has officially opened to traffic.
Marketing and PR agency boosts design portfolio with prospectus project aimed at attracting more students...
A £40m new motorway junction providing access directly onto the i54 business park in South Staffordshire is set to open next month.
THE boss of a West Midlands manufacturing firm hit back at a recent report that claims automation could threaten a third of UK jobs.
Request sent to South Staffordshire District Council by Fayrouz Essack on 26 January 2015 .
The slide does not touch the ground as most slides do and has extremely sharp edges so when the younger children come off the end of the slide, they are at very serious risk of cutting their heads open when they lift their head up.
I take my mother's dog for a walk each day and have noticed the amount of dog excrement along Wolgarston Way near to Wulfric Close.
There are some very overgrown hedges at the bottom of canalside close (st19 5tx), in the cul-de-sacs besides the canal (two locations on this street).
Constant re -occuring DAILY dog fouling all along Bellbrook and in front of marshbrook first school this is a MAJOR problem for months- especially hazardous for carrying dog mess into the school.
Fly Tipping by Cosford Court garages Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Perton Report on FixMyStreet...
Rubbish still not cleared from path running along rear of Gaydon Close and Cosford Court Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 12 Gaydon Close, Perton Report on FixMyStreet...
Please support Staffordshire Police Officers in our latest Fundraising event.
An NSPCC public education campaign that aims to equip parents and carers with the knowledge to help their children has been endorsed by Staffordshire Police.
The Bobbies on Bikes 4 Kids (BOB4K) team would like to say a very big thank you to everyone who supported them during months of training, the event of cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats (covering 900 miles in nine days) and donating money...
We have received reports of two incidents of courier fraud in the Amington area of Tamworth this evening.
Police and Ambulance services are currently dealing with a road traffic collision on the A460 Lodge Lane near Cannock.
Staffordshire Police is to highlight the issues that can cause domestic abuse to help keep people safe and reassured over the festive period.
Staff at Staffordshire’s Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH), based at Lindum House in Stone, got into the festive spirit last Friday (5 December) with their black tie charity ball at the Stone House Hotel.
Three mobile have revealed plans to improve coverage in South Staffordshire.
History was made last night as Walsall reached a Wembley final for the first time ever in it’s 127 year history.
Increasing number of accidents on Junction 1 of M54/A460.
KinverOnline - Kinver Village Website All residents and visitors are warmly welcomed to join our services in February.
Crime in Staffordshire fallen by 19% since 2010 Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire, has welcomed news that crime is falling.
Celebrating the birthday of Round Table which was first formed in Norwich, England, by Louis Marchesi in 1927.
You recently posted a comment about current TV drama – well if you want to see something that is truly exceptional, I hope you were tuned to the first part (of 6) of Wolf Hall last night, the dramatisation of Hilary Mantel’s double Booker...
At the start of the year, everyone wants to save money but can you really save that much? Well the good news is, it’s possible to save a LOT of money by taking some very simple steps.
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42 businesses in South Staffordshire have benefitted from the scheme.
KinverOnline - Kinver Village Website Whether you are an expert gardener or a complete novice, visitors and new members will receive a warm welcome at our monthly meetings held on the last Thursday of each month at 7.30pm in St Peter’s Church ...
Performance presented by Friends of Essington Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire enjoyed a pantomime performance of Peter Pumpkin last weekend The performance, which took place at St Johns Primary School was presented by the Friends of ...
The Chancellor discussed National Savings and Investment Bonds for pensioners Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire, welcomed the Chancellor, George Osborne, to South Staffordshire on Friday to launch of a new National Savings and Investments ...
There are a number of reasons why I like tribute bands, the main one being seeing the music I like played live.
Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire, held a supermarket surgery in Wombourne, last weekend.
Here’s a question for all of you born in the 1960’s: Can you remake some of our old favourite TV shows and make it for a new audience? You see, ITV have re-vamped Thunderbirds and after the disastrous film make by Riker from Star Trek NG...
Petition had 1545 signatures from residents across the constituency.
Fibre optic Broadband has been delayed 6 months without notifying residents Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire, has slammed BT for keeping customers in the dark over planned upgrades to the fibre optic broadband speeds in Pattingham.
Gavin presented certificates to GCSE students Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire, visited Codsall High School last week to congratulate them on their recent exam results.
I’ve been meaning to read this book since I bought it way back in 1985 (!) Jardine was the English Captain in the notorious “Bodyline” tour of Australia in 1932-33.
Dicussed a range of topics including price of milk and use of pesticides.
Held supermarket surgery in Wombourne on Friday Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire, held a supermarket surgery in Wombourne, last weekend.
- Moonscape Wombourne
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- Plaid Cymru's Lord Wigley apologises for comparing Trident to a Nazi death camp
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