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15:17, 11 FEB 2016
Can we bear to let Dudley Zoo design classic crumble?
Architect Joe Holyoak examines what fate awaits run-down parts of famous zoo and no guarantees of funding mean an uncertain future lies ahead
Two Birmingham churches added to Heritage At Risk Register
The Church of St George, in Edgbaston, which dates back to 1836, and the Roman Catholic Church of St Thomas More, in Sheldon, have been added to the Heritage At Risk Register
Historian speaks at Institute of Directors' dinner
Professor Carl Chinn MBE gave a talk at the Institute of Directors' Black Country Dinner at Dudley Zoological Gardens and Castle.
Dudley Zoo chief executive leaves role days after being suspended
Charity says Peter Suddock has left the role by mutual consent after earlier announcing an internal investigation would take place
Mystery as Dudley Zoo chief is suspended on full pay
Peter Suddock has led the Black Country zoo for more than 20 years but it stresses the suspension does not constitute disciplinary action
Institute of Directors West Midlands' Black Country dinner
Three inspiring speakers followed a co-ordinated theme centred on re-energising the local Black Country economy.
Black Country enjoys a rise in visitors and foreign investments
Leisure sector and jobs boost for region.
Coventry entrepreneur crowned West Midlands director of the year
A 29-year-old entrepreneur who turned £500 into a £20 million online bathroom business has been crowned West Midlands director of the year.