Anti-Slavery day (October 18) aims to raise awareness for modern slavery and it’s victims. The Salvation Army have once again been doing their bit, this year, with a temporary tattoo campaign. The design features five people holding hands inside a barcode, with the accompanying hashtag, #WeAreNotForSale.
A 45-year-old man has been jailed for four years for supplying monkey dust and possessing Samurai swords.
Mark Heath, 45, of Marlow Road, Longton, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply a Class B drug, and possessing a bladed article in a public place at an earlier hearing.
The area Bishop of Stafford calls for the council to provide resolutions such as, homeless hubs and youth centres, before the new order is implemented.
Ninety years since the last tram made its way through Stoke-on-Trent, a multi-million-pound plan hopes to revolutionise the city’s transport and re-introduce them.
The proposal aims to try and reduce congestion within the city, with tram routes planned from Stoke-on-Trent railway station to Hanley city centre and Etruria Valley.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council have announced their plans to demolish East-West precinct to kick-start development on the key city centre site.
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has concluded its investigation today (25th September) following a Hanley flat fire that killed a mother and her son. The fatal fire, which occurred on 1st October last year, was contained in Ms Zainab Adam’s ground floor flat, claiming the lives of herself and her six-year-old child Tafaoul Fadul.
Half an hour before doors opened and as rain threatened to fall from the Staffordshire sky, a stream of expectant Don Broco fans lined the Keele University campus.
Stoke-on-Trent music fans are coming together to celebrate National Record Store Day today (April 21)!
Stores across the country will be selling exclusive vinyl’s written by artists and will also be putting on shows and events to attract new customers.
Educating Rita follows no nonsense, Liverpudlian, Rita in her pursuit of knowledge and a greater understanding of well… “Everything”, and her unorthodox alcoholic Open University tutor, Frank. Louise Parkes reviews.
Staffordshire Police have seized over 200 cannabis plants, with an estimated street value of £20,000, from an address in Hanley today (April 13).
Officers were alerted to the empty house in Homer Street, Hanley, by members of the local community.