Author Archive: Naseeba Akthar
Routes of the Olympic Torch Relay in Stoke-on-Trent have been announced.
The city has been selected one of 1,018 places in the UK to host the torch relay of London 2012 Olympics.
By Naseeba Akthar: Staffordshire Police rugby team will take on the Lichfield Barbarians in a charity match to raise money for mental health charity Mind. The match will feature players from Lichfield, Burntwood, Whittington and Tamworth, and will be held on St. Patrick’s Day (Saturday March 17). Lichfield Rugby Club will be hosting the event [...]
Key stage three pupils in Stoke-on-Trent showed their artistic skills by designing a tile feature on an Olympic display.
Around 650 pupils aged 11 to 14 took part at Haywood Engineering College, creating their designs on A3 paper.
Residents living in Staffordshire are being warned about a falling prey to a Ukash vouchers scam.
It comes after police revealed latest victims of the scam have been reported in Stoke-on-Trent and Tamworth.
A 38-year-old man was attacked as he left a nightclub in Cannock.
The victim, from the town, was walking home alone after a night out when he was assaulted.
A man arrested in connection with the death of moped rider Benjamin Warrington has been released on police bail.
The 43-year-old from West Bromwich was questioned over the crash on February 21 on the A38 in Lichfield.
An 18-year-old has gone missing after a night out in Burton-on-Trent, sparking a police search.
Tyler Gardener has not been seen since he left the Manatobo nightclub in High Street, Burton at 12.35am on February 25.
Staffordshire Police have confirmed the body of a man found in Staffordshire woodlands is missing 21-year-old Thomas Haddock.
Thomas went missing from his mother’s home in Lichfield on February 18 and officers recovered his body on February 25 from the area known locally as ‘Riles Spinney’ off Common Lane, near Fradley.
Police have arrested three men in connection with burglaries in Staffordshire.
Two post offices and a house were targeted in four hours in the early hours of yesterday morning (February 23).