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Mesty Croft academy has been judged inadequate by Ofsted – in its first inspection since it converted from a school two years ago.

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This stunning picture taken by a West Midlands photographer has seen him scoop a national award.

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Amazon's great for saving money, but here's how to save even more with 7 handy hints from E&S blogger Radu Judele.

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It's time for every dog to have it's day. Send your best dog photos to Star Witness for a chance of winning £100.

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Even more details on the find in Wednesbury

A man is being sought in connection with serious sexual assault in Wolverhampton. He is described as white, under 5ft 1ins, in his 20s, with thick brown hair and a beard; he was wearing scruffy clothes and a rucksack.

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More on the Cannabis Team's find.

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Factory discovered by Cannabis Team in Wednesbury.

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Poll: Were the Sunday Mirror’s tactics in the Brooks Newmark story justified?

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Hundreds of teaching assistants claim they have been offered just £100 by Wolverhampton City Council as part of an equal pay settlement, it has emerged.

The offer comes just six months after many of them turned down payouts of around £3,000 on the advice of trade union bosses.

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Conference diary: We must eliminate youth unemployment

The bars and fringe events were buzzing last night for the start of conference, or so I was told by one of my team this morning. It was an early start away from conference for me as I attended the start of Wolverhampton’s first business week, writes Conservative MP Paul Uppal.


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An angel among us

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At the crack of dawn when most of us are still tucked up in bed, Tracey Gibbs is up and making an unusually large breakfast.


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Sportback hot enough to burn petrolheads

Audi RS7 sportback

Some years ago Audi wowed petrolheads by launching a big family estate, of all things, with the sort of performance and handling that made supercar manufacturers looks up and take notice.

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Thank you to the AA patrolman who helped me get home at the weekend.


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Cameron defends benefit freeze plan

David Cameron insisted that the rich are 'paying their share' of tax

David Cameron has defended the decision to slash the welfare bill by £3.2 billion with a two-year benefit freeze which will hit 10 million of the unemployed and working poor.


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