Archive for November, 2011
A vigil in Hanley is set to headline a series of events taking place across Stoke-on-Trent to mark World AIDS Day.
Readings, guest speakers and a lantern procession by a youth group will happen during the event, which starts at 5.30pm tomorrow (December 1) at Fountain Square.
Hundreds of people gathered outside the Civic Centre in Stoke-on-Trent as part of the national day of public sector strikes.
The rally saw 14 speakers sharing their views on the Government’s controversial plans.
Stoke City’s Europa League opponents have seen the preparations for their clash at the Britannia Stadium hit by the public sector strikes.
Dynamo Kiev manager Yuri Semin revealed that his side flew a day early because of the industrial action across the UK.
By Callum Croson: Chris Dempsey’s early strike could not prevent Staffordshire University Men’s 1st team from losing their unbeaten home record after going down 2-1 to Loughborough University 4ths. The defeat ended Staffs’ impressive run of three straight wins after they conceded two first-half goals in as many minutes. The first came in the 20th minute, [...]
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis has paid tribute to Gary Speed and said that more consideration should be given to the pressure that players and managers are placed under.
Tributes have been pouring in from across the football world after the Wales manager was found dead on Sunday morning (November 27).
Police are appealing for information after a house in Tamworth was burgled.
Items of sentimental value and electrical goods were taken from the house in Brookside Road, Mile Oak, between 5pm and 10pm on Monday (November 28).
Staffordshire’s Douglas Macmillan Hospice charity has launched its annual Light for a Life campaign.
Every year people make donations to sponsor a bulb on a Christmas tree at the entrance of the hospice in Blurton.
A Cannock man has died after his van was in a crash involving three vehicles.
Forty-year-old Gary Meacham, of Brownhills Road, Norton Canes, died when he white Ford Transit van was involved in the collision with a green Honda Civic car and a lorry on the A460 at Shareshill yesterday morning (November 29).