Sandwell


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Sandwell

a unitary authority in central England, in West Midlands. Pop.: 285 000 (2003 est.). Area: 86 sq. km (33 sq. miles)
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The high-profile event at Sandwell College's Central Campus in West Bromwich was hosted for the second year running by ITV Central presenter Sameena Ali-Khan.
Fourteen members of the Cassidy family have been forbidden from setting up unauthorised encampments on 17 Sandwell Council-owned sites including parks, playing fields and open spaces, after a ruling by a High Court judge in Birmingham last week.
Implementing agency : Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
Coun Cooper spoke out with remarkable frankness in a face-to-face interview with the Mercury at Sandwell Council House.
The three people were admitted to Sandwell general hospital yesterday, where their condition is not thought to be serious.
At the October press conference, Sandwell and Walter H.
The best young business talent and innovation was celebrated at a glittering Sandwell Business Awards ceremony.
The current School Health Nursing Service contract transferred from Sandwell Primary Care Trust to Sandwell Council and remains in place until 31st March 2014.
Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council and Sandwell Leisure Trust, which will run the new centre, have been working alongside Sandwell Primary Care Trust and Sandwell LIFTCo.
McKenzie and several colleagues, including Sandwell, present arguments for Venusian subduction in a paper soon to be published in the JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH.
Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust and Orion Systems Limited, a provider of enterprise application integration (EAI) and clinical workflow technology for the health sector, today announced that Sandwell General Hospital is participating in the Rhapsody "10 Day Challenge" to install the Rhapsody(TM) Integration Engine in 10 business days.

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