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Wolverhampton inmate disclosed suicidal thoughts before ending his life, hears inquest

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How did your school do in the secondary school league tables? Are you surprised by the results?

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The Government has promised the Black Country another £24 million of growth money to fund key projects including expansion of Wolverhampton City College, new homes in Walsall and hi-tech railway centre in Dudley.

How would you like to see the money spent? Will it make a difference to the area?

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Green light for Wolverhampton pubs to become housing, but why are more and more pubs closing?

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Angry parents have launched a campaign to stop a children's centre from closing and another being taken over by a primary school.

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WATCH: It's the start of a new era for fire crews who have been showing off their £1.7million base in Burntwood.

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The South Pacific is coming to Wolverhampton (with a little help from the Phoenix Theatre Company), writes our Tettenhall blogger.

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Aer Lingus 'does not need takeover'

Aer Lingus does not need a takeover, TDs heard

A takeover of Aer Lingus by the owner of British Airways would put money in the pockets of top managers while threatening Ireland's economic future, a parliamentary watchdog has been warned.

Unfair supermarkets face huge fines

Business Secretary Vince Cable said this will give the Groceries Code Adjudicator the power it needs to address disputes between supermarkets and suppliers

Supermarkets face fines of up to 1% of their annual UK turnover if they do not treat their suppliers fairly under new measures laid in Parliament.

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