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Another Express & Star reader is quids in after pocketing £1,000 in our Grab a Grand competition.Express & Star Walsall…
Recruit-Ability A Positive Action training initiative for disabled people The Recruit-Ability programme provides paid work experience and training placements for people who have a disability. Additionally, participants can expect to receive full support, advice and access to training courses. Please note: This opportunity is open to disabled applicants only Recruit-Ability is a positive action programme […] The New Art Gallery Walsall …
A charity helping heart and lung patients on their road to recovery has been given a boost with a donation of exercise equipment.Express & Star Walsall…
A Black Country teenager has braved the shave in memory of a family friend.Express & Star Walsall…
Following an open call, which received 220 submissions, The New Art Gallery Walsall has acquired 33 works by 31 West Midlands-based artists, to create the new Twenty Twenty Collection. This closed, capsule collection represents the significant events of the past 12 months, and commemorates this important historical moment which has impacted on everyone’s lives. […] The New Art Gallery Walsall …
The New Art Gallery Walsall has had an overwhelming response to its Call Out to West Midlands artists for proposals for acquisition in reaction to events since 23 March 2020. Please bear with us while we look through the proposals. We will respond as soon as we can and thank you to every artist […] The New Art Gallery Walsall …
Outside In supports artists who face significant barriers to the art world due to heath, disability, isolation or social circumstances. The New Art Gallery has partnered with them to offer two online residency opportunities. We are delighted to announce that following open submission, the two artists selected for remote residences are Tess Radcliffe and […] The New Art Gallery Walsall …
The New Art Gallery Walsall wishes to support artists currently based in the West Midlands through acquisitions of works made in response to world events over the last year (in particular, the impact of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter). Artists are invited to submit proposals for existing paintings, drawings, photographs or prints to be acquired […] The New Art Gallery Walsall …
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- Eid al-Fitr celebrations muted as UK mosques adapt to pandemicby Alex Mistlin, Steven Morris and Jessica Murray on 13 May 2021 at 5:44 pm
Services marking end of Ramadan, in Manchester, Birmingham and Cardiff, guided by safety precautions Eid al-Fitr celebrations in Britain were muted for the second year in a row amid the challenge of […]
- Walsall NHS trust scholarship awards colleague of nurse who died of Covidby Jessica Murray on 8 April 2021 at 3:58 pm
First to receive nurse training funds set up in memory of Areema Nasreen is support worker Sheila Kerai A former colleague of a 36-year-old nurse who died from Covid-19 last year has vowed to “make […]
- Boy finds fossil up to 500m years old in his West Midlands gardenby PA Media on 27 March 2021 at 8:39 pm
Sid Jhamat, six, from Walsall came upon a horn coral while using his fossil-hunting kit to find worms A six-year-old boy has found a fossil dating back millions of years in his garden after receiving […]
- 'Do we really need it?' Council leader questions library service after months of closureby Alison Flood on 9 December 2020 at 2:59 pm
The West Midlands borough’s seven libraries have not resumed service after the November lockdown and Mike Bird has provoked fury by suggesting they may not Walsall’s council leader has been asked […]
- Coronavirus deaths of two nurses lead to calls for more protectionby Haroon Siddique, Nazia Parveen and Alexandra Topping on 3 April 2020 at 6:24 pm
One nurse in north London resigns after being prevented from wearing mask she bought herself Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Demands for better protection for […]
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Broja sustained an ankle injury in the Saints’ 2-2 draw with Burnley.
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The Homo bodoensis species lived in Africa and south-eastern Europe and is named after a skull found in Ethiopia.
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The Queen said the award was ‘rather a nice medal’ and asked Mr Constantine if he planned to put it in a cupboard.
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France and the UK are at loggerheads over the issuing of licences to fish in UK waters after Brexit.
- 73724804on 28 October 2021 at 6:48 pm
Up to 500 properties in Hawick are thought to be at risk of flooding.