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A historic factory that helped put Wolverhampton on the industrial map is delivering construction apprenticeship opportunities for local residents as it is transformed into homes.

City of Wolverhampton Council and their partners have successfully put in place three new workers to help tackle homelessness in Wolverhampton.

Their roles will be funded from part of an initial £138,000 grant awarded by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government in June.

The news was originally announced by the council on...

City of Wolverhampton Council's Health and Wellbeing Together Board have devised a new Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy, and they would like your views on it.

The Home Office has launched a new campaign designed at raising awareness of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) as part of its commitment to tackle crime and protect vulnerable women and girls.

City of Wolverhampton Council is making changes to bin collections across the city. The changes will see bins collected fortnightly instead of weekly, starting 22nd October 2018.

Two leading housing bodies - PlaceShapers and the National Federation of ALMOs -  have called for the widespread adoption of the New NHS Alliance’s Health Creation framework.

Update: 15th October 2018:

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City of Wolverhampton will stage its second Housing Fair of the year on Sunday 23 September 2018.

Highlighting World Suicide Prevention Day are Dr Paul Darke from Outside Centre and a member of the Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Forum, Dave Martin from Wolverhampton Samaritans and Chair of the Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Forum, Clare Dickens, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health at the University of Wolverhampton and member of Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Forum, Councillor Hazel Malcolm, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, and Lina Martino, Consultant in Public Health with the City of Wolverhampton Council, with Support Life from the Wolves in Wolves trail which was specifically dedicated to promoting good mental health and wellbeing.

A series of activities will be taking place this month as Wolverhampton marks World Suicide Prevention Day on Monday 10 September 2018.

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