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News stories for 09/03/2014
Mayor flies the flag for Commonwealth Day
The Mayor of Walsall will be hosting the ‘Fly a Flag for the Commonwealth Day’ event in Walsall on Monday 10th March at 10am.
Reduction in underage alcohol sales across Walsall
Walsall Council’s Trading Standards officers have helped to reduce the number of underage drinkers who are able to illegally purchase alcohol in the borough, it has been revealed.
Walsall’s drive to tackle youth unemployment
Walsall Council has continued its pledge to tackle youth unemployment by helping more than 600 young people into apprenticeships.
Willenhall's Got Talent
Calling all talented young people in Willenhall! If you've got a talent you want to show off we've got just the thing for you.
Parkrun celebrates its second birthday
A weekly social run around Walsall Arboretum which attracts on average around 148 runners per week celebrates its second anniversary at the weekend.
Focus on mental health services
An update on the transformation of Walsall’s mental health services is one of the topics that will be discussed at a meeting next week.
Trading Standards help drive down underage sales
Walsall Council’s Trading Standards officers have helped to significantly reduce the number of underage drinkers who are able to illegally purchase alcohol.
Future for waste recycling centres outlined
Walsall Council has agreed a partnership with waste firm Sita UK to manage its recycling centres and waste transfer station.
Contest to win free tickets to a Walsall show
Walsall Museum is offering the chance to win tickets to the very first performance of The Life and Times of the Tat Man.
Walsall leads on young people's opportunities
More young people than ever before in Walsall are being offered education, training and employment options.
Zero increase in rental charges at Walsall markets
Market traders in Walsall will not face an increase in market rental charges for the next financial year, regeneration chiefs have confirmed
Engineering apprentices 'plug the skills gap'
An engineering company in Walsall has reinforced its commitment to give local young people a chance in the world of work by hiring a new batch of apprentices
Places snapped up in Walsall’s first triathlon
Almost all of the 200 slots in the borough’s first triathlon have been taken, delighted organisers have announced today.
Get On Your Bike
A project aimed at helping people travel in a more sustainable way and encouraging people to take up cycling gets under way in Palfrey this month.
Walsall to host Business Breakfast
Walsall employers are invited to attend a Business Breakfast on Friday (7 March) to consider the positive impact of recruiting apprenticeships
Black Country Broadband Plan Consultation
Walsall Council is working with The Black Country LEP to improve broadband speeds in the region