Saturday, 24 February 2024 10:33

The world’s finest model makers, Amalgam Collection, have announces a special Man and Machine edition perfectly capturing Bugatti legend Jean-Pierre Wimille and the Type 59 he raced at...


Thursday, 22 February 2024 10:24

The Little Car Company, manufacturers of scaled and electrified re-imaginings of the world’s most legendary cars, will once again take a selection from their stable to the International Concours of...


Monday, 19 February 2024 00:46

Famous for making the most perfect large scale model cars in the world, Amalgam Collection is proud to add two handcrafted models to its already extensive Lamborghini portfolio – the seminal...

Gadgets & Gaming

Tuesday, 13 February 2024 01:23

The World Health Organisation reports that electronic waste is rapidly increasing.


Tuesday, 06 February 2024 17:42

Julie Mehretu presents her first design studies for the 20th BMW Art Car.


Saturday, 03 February 2024 13:36

KGM Motors UK has awarded its longest serving dealers at a “Dealer Recognition Awards” event held at the Royal Lancaster hotel in London on 27th January, 2024. The award recipients earned...

Adoption & Fostering

Saturday, 20 January 2024 13:47

The Fostering for Wolverhampton team will be out and about with their upcoming Recruitment Roadshow from Monday 22 January, to Friday 2 February 2024.

Adoption & Fostering

Tuesday, 16 January 2024 11:33

The regional adoption agency for the Black Country, Adoption@Heart, is appealing for more families to come forward this new year to adopt a child into a loving and permanent home.

Adoption & Fostering

Monday, 15 January 2024 17:00

A film exploring fostering has been commended with two prestigious awards, following financial backing from the City of Wolverhampton Council.


Tuesday, 09 January 2024 11:30

The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu has started the year with news that it has reached the £50,000 mark with its Sunbeam 1000hp restoration campaign.


Monday, 01 January 2024 01:04

Global electric mobility technology brand ZEEKR is partnering with an insurance technology company, Qover, to provide vehicle insurance in the Netherlands, for both private and fleet customers....

Adoption & Fostering

Monday, 01 January 2024 00:42

Wolverhampton officially thanked all of its dedicated foster parents for the vital work they do looking after vulnerable children and young people in the city.

Adoption & Fostering

Saturday, 23 December 2023 11:39

Two adopted brothers and their school friends have donated sacks of Christmas presents to children in need in Wolverhampton – all in memory of their close friend who sadly passed away last year.


Monday, 18 December 2023 10:08

The vehicle inspection company DriveX is excited to announce its newest client, Carglass Estonia, represented by Windrox - a franchise of the global vehicle glass repair and replacement group...


Thursday, 14 December 2023 10:18

With 81% of Brits relying on their vehicles to get around during the festive season, millions of UK motorists will be hitting the road over the Christmas holidays.


Wednesday, 13 December 2023 10:49

The Little Car Company, manufacturers of the limited edition 75% scale Ferrari Testa Rossa J, has unveiled its all-new display at Harrods, one of the world’s foremost luxury department stores.

Colors: Blue Color

There is still time for people to have their say about proposed changes to a number of social care services in Wolverhampton. The City of Wolverhampton Council has put forward plans which it says will transform social care services and help older people in the city remain independent for longer. Service users, their families and carers, staff and other stakeholders are urged to take part in the consultation, with a last in a series of events for the public taking place at the Civic Centre, St Peter’s Square, on Tuesday (20 October 2015) at 7pm.

New research by housing charity Shelter has found that over 39,000 private rented homes in the West Midlands equivalent to 1 in 10, have suffered from animal infestations such as mice and cockroaches in the last year alone. The Shelter and YouGov poll of over 3,700 private renters in England revealed that bad living conditions are rife in rented homes, with almost half of renters (46%) in the West Midlands reporting that they had experienced problems with poor conditions or disrepair in the last year.

The Culture Secretary today announced the Government’s plans to commemorate the Battle of Jutland, which brought together the two most powerful naval forces of the time in the largest naval battle of the First World War. There will be a series of commemorative events in the Orkney Islands  on 31 May 2016.  This will be an opportunity for people in the UK to come together to honour those on both sides who lost their lives during the Battle of Jutland and to  recognise the pivotal role of the Royal Navy in the First World War.  

In 20 years the Hope project has transformed the lives thousands of homeless dog owners growing from just one clinic to over 100 vital services throughout the UK. This week Dogs Trust the UK’s largest dog welfare charity, marks the 20th anniversary of its Hope Project - a unique service which offers support to dogs owners who are homeless or in housing crisis.

City of Wolverhampton Council has been forging links with its European counterparts to produce a best practice booklet for problem solving in city developments. Officers recently completed a European Commission-funded project called ‘Cities of Change’, led by the City of Poznan in Poland. The knowledge exchange involved representatives from 14 cities of 11 EU Member States.

Wolverhampton’s Adult Education Service is marking Black History Month by inviting people to try their hand at a traditional beading technique. Experts will be holding free workshops on Wednesday (14 October, 2015), demonstrating basic techniques and then giving people the chance to make their own bracelets to take away with them. The oldest forms of beads date back some 75,000 years and were made in Africa from shell.