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News stories for 28/02/2015

Working together to drive out truancy

Truants will be targeted in a new joint project between Walsall Council and Walsall Police starting next week (2 March).

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Bakery closed following mouse infestation

A bakery was ordered to close its doors temporarily after mouse droppings were discovered in the factory's food storage areas.

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Last chance to step inside Mayor's Parlour

Walsall’s Guild of Former Mayors will once again open the doors of the Mayor’s Parlour and other historical buildings for the last guided tour of the municipal year.

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Changes to Walsall Council Tax

Walsall Council bosses approved changes to the council tax reduction scheme at Full Council on 12 January 2015.

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Help at hand for smokers to stub out the habit

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As the countdown to No Smoking Day begins, Walsall residents who have vowed to quit the habit are being reminded they stand a much better chance if they make use of free support services.

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Bayard's Colts on display at Walsall Museum

Seventeen mysterious carved wooden clubs, known as the Bayard’s Colts, have gone on display at Walsall Museum.

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Badminton coaching course at Oak Park

An eight week badminton coaching course,aimed at everyone from complete novices to those looking to brush up their skills, is being held at Oak Park Leisure Centre.

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Tri-It! Be part of Walsall's 2015 triathlon

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With a shorter course for novices and some free places to encourage those totally new to exercise, organisers of Walsall's 2015 Triathlon are urging residents of all abilities to "Tri-It."

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Young people have their say at Big Announcement

It's election time for Walsall's young people as they cast their vote for their representatives for United Kingdom Youth Parliament(UKYP).

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Faith groups given an insight into Coroner's role

Representatives from all faith groups in Walsall were invited to meet the Coroner and discover more about his role as part of an awareness event organised by the council's portfolio holder.

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