Muc-Off, the global leaders in bicycle and motorcycle care and performance, is excited to announce the launch of its new silicon infused (Si) Ceramic Protection Kit.
The pioneering Coventry Very Light Rail (CVLR) project has achieved a major milestone with successful running of the vehicle on its test track at the Very Light Rail National Innovation Centre (VLRNIC) in Dudley.
Chimney draught-proofing is often an overlooked and undervalued energy-saving measure.
More support teams to help keep rail passengers and revellers safe at Birmingham New Street station are being introduced during this year’s Frankfurt Christmas markets.
Hundreds of social workers will gather together next week (Wednesday 8 November) for the City of Wolverhampton Council's eighth annual Adults and Children’s Social Work Conference.
Christmas may be the time of year where people want to relax and spend time with their families, but this doesn’t mean the festive period has to be spent at home.
People up and down the country are being asked to send the stories of men and women who fought and died in the First and Second World Wars to a new story sharing platform developed by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) to preserve the memory of the fallen.
Campaign for Better Transport is calling for a Best Price Guarantee, a low-cost monthly public transport ticket and rewards for frequent travellers in the form of Rail Miles as it launched its blueprint for fares and ticketing reform at Kings Cross Railway Station in London.
At the Windrush international Conference in Birmingham on Friday 27th October 2023, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Home Office, Lord Simon Murray reaffirmed that the Home Office has no end date to the Windrush Compensation and Status schemes during his keynote address.
October marked a sad occasion for St, Basil’s ‘Rough Sleeper's Initiative Team’ as Brian Edwards, a much-loved member of the team, was set leaving to pursue new opportunities.
A green build solution by Scottish-based innovators Eco which uses recycled glass to help tackle the nation’s housing crisis is set to be showcased at the UK’s biggest zero carbon-built environment festival.
A brand-new unmissable experience has opened its doors in the heart of London’s Westfield Stratford City.
Using her science fiction to explore social and ethical issues, award-winning author, Malorie Blackman OBE, was probably most well-known for her critically and popularly acclaimed ‘Noughts and Crosses’ series, which used the setting of a fictional alternative Britain to explore racism and cultural inequalities.
Residents of Wolverhampton will soon have the chance to ask Andy Street, the Mayor of the West Midlands, their questions.
The clocks will fall back an hour on 29th October, heralding the onset of longer nights.
Two Metropolitan Police officers who carried out a stop-and-search of two athletes in west London committed gross misconduct, a tribunal panel has found.