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If you've been a recent victim of crime and had your possessions stolen - now's your chance to possibly get them back at the "Property Showcase" at Bilston Police Station this Saturday 4th July.

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Are you registered with Let's Swap? There's now a new way for you to find your exchange.

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Pension Wise is the government’s free and impartial service dedicated to informing you about your defined contribution pension options.

Skin cancer is on the rise in the UK – with 8,000 Brits dying from the disease over the past five years. Now people who live and work in Wolverhampton are being urged to take skin cancer seriously as weather forecasts predict hotter weather over the next few weeks.

Housing bosses at Wolverhampton Homes, the company which manages more than 23,000 council homes in the city on behalf of the city council, has teamed up with The Karen Clifford Skin Cancer Charity (SKCIN) to raise awareness of the dangers the sun can cause.

Housing bosses in the city are celebrating this week after a member of staff walked away with a top national award.

Oliver Hermann is up for a housing award

The UK housing sector’s search for its future leaders is drawing to a close – and one under 30 from Wolverhampton has made it in to the final stages – after being named in the sector’s Top 10 future young leaders.

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Refugee Week is a UK-wide programme of arts, cultural and educational events and activities which celebrates the contribution of refugees to the UK and promotes better understanding of why people seek sanctuary. Anyone can take part by organising, attending or taking part in activities.

A group of unemployed residents are celebrating after successfully completing a four-week taster programme that has already led to careers in the construction industry.

A group of unemployed residents are celebrating after successfully completing a four-week taster programme that has already led to careers in the construction industry.

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People in Wolverhampton are being encouraged to give local children the best possible start in life – by becoming foster carers.

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Wolverhampton’s credit unions merge In bid to drive out payday lenders and loan sharks.

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