Rapid Covid-19 testing has been made available to some of the most vulnerable people in Wolverhampton thanks to a partnership between the City of Wolverhampton Council, NHS Test and Trace and local support providers.
The Wolverhampton Fairtrade Partnership is encouraging local people of all ages to join an online festival taking place later this month which will highlight the urgent messages of Fairtrade and climate change.
Wolverhampton’s Cabinet Member for Education has paid tribute to everyone working in the city's schools and other settings for their sterling efforts which have enabled children and young people to continue their learning journey during the current Covid-19 lockdown.
Around 1 in 3 people with Covid-19 don’t have any symptoms, but can still pass it on, so the City of Wolverhampton Council is encouraging people without symptoms to get a free, fast test at 1 of the city's 6 rapid coronavirus test sites.
City of Wolverhampton Council’s new i9 development is the first office building in the Black Country to be awarded WiredScore Gold certification in recognition of its digital connectivity and infrastructure.
City of Wolverhampton Council will set a balanced budget for 2021-2022 without any need to make significant cuts to services, but the authority’s finance chief has confirmed that council tax will have to rise.