A garden which documents Stoke-on-Trent’s transformation from its industrial roots, is being tipped for gold at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Students, business leaders and council staff have teamed up for the project which aims to showcase talent and attract investment.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council could face a £1 million-a-year bill if they do not manage to sell buildings they no longer want to use.
The council is trying to sell 29 office buildings, which include the Civic Centre and Kingsway Hall, to help pay for their move to the new Central Business District in Hanley.
A bus driver says Hanley’s new £15 million bus station has made it harder than ever before for disgruntled passengers.
Anita Rawlinson, of Wardle’s Buses, told StaffsLive that customer feedback suggests it was not worth spending millions on the station.
People in crisis are being turned away from Stoke-on-Trent foodbanks after demand doubled.
Staff at foodbanks in Hanley and Stoke have had to restrict donations to pensioners and those with children under 16.
The Sugarmill is opening its doors to popular indie-rock band The Pigeon Detectives.
The Leeds band, who have sold over half a million albums, are to perform to a sold-out crowd in Hanley tomorrow (April 28).
Firefighters from Staffordshire Fire and Rescue will be washing cars to raise money for The Fire Fighters Charity at Hanley Fire Station.
The event at the new Lower Bethesda Street station will run from 10am until 4pm tomorrow (April 27), with residents invited to have their car washed for a donation afterwards.
A national women’s cycle event will make a return to Stoke-on-Trent next month.
The city plays host to the opening round of the 2013 Johnson Health Tech Grandprix Series.
Complaints about delays at Hanley’s new bus station have been put down to “teething” issues.
Passengers have claimed buses are often forced to wait for spaces at the £15million development, while Stoke-on-Trent City Council admitted there had been “one or two minor shunts” since its opening.