Author Archive: Sam Richardson
Broadcast Journalism student at Staffs Uni.
Aspiring political journalist with commercial TV and BBC radio experience.
A leaflet posted through Staffordshire letterboxes has caused outrage amongst the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community across the country.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has visited Newcastle-under-Lyme to launch his party’s six-point plan to boost the economy.
His proposals form the alternative to next week’s Queen’s Speech – an annual event where the government outlines key laws it intends to introduce in the coming months.
With the Staffordshire County Council elections on the horizon, StaffsLive has put together a guide to all the key talking points.
Reporter Sam Richardson provides an in-depth look at some of the core issues and examines just what these elections mean for residents across the county.
Commuters enjoyed some free fun in the sun on Saturday as a street performer entertained crowds with a show of magic, circus skills and comedy.
Micky Bimble took his show to the new £15m bus station and had everyone from teenagers filming on their smartphones to grandparents with toddlers cheering and laughing along on their way into the city centre.
A protester camping on the site of the old Victoria Ground in Stoke-on-Trent has been warned he could be evicted.
Dave Barker has been fighting multi-million pound plans by developer St Modwen for new homes to be built on the land.
Residents living near the route of a high speed rail line in Staffordshire are being given the chance to raise concerns with their MP.
The proposed HS2 line is set to impact on a number of villages around Stone, including Swynnerton, Yarlet and Walton Heath.