By Callum Croson: Chris Dempsey’s early strike could not prevent Staffordshire University Men’s 1st team…
Badminton players from Staffordshire University made their mark at the British Universities and Colleges Sports (BUCS) Badminton Championships at the weekend.
While no Staffs players fought through to the second day of the two-day event, there were still some notable performances.
Staffordshire University Men’s Hockey 2nds are determined to bounce back after suffering their worst-ever defeat.
They went down 23-1 away to Wolverhampton University 1sts, who included an England international and several National League players in their ranks.
Former Stoke City winger and Republic of Ireland international Terry Conroy is delighted his nation has qualified for the European Championships next summer.
Conroy, 65, says qualification is a great boost for the Irish people in troubled economic times – and believes Ireland could be the surprise package in Poland and the Ukraine
The new Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Partnership NHS Trust has been officially launched by the Minister of State for Health at an event at Haywood Hospital in Burslem.
NHS staff from a range of services provided by the new Trust gathered to show off their work to Simon Burns MP, who was also given a short tour of some of the facilities during his visit.
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Three workmen in Stoke-on-Trent have escaped serious injury after the roof they were working on collapsed beneath them.
Paramedics were called to the site near Fenton Manor Swimming Pool just before 9am this morning (November 11).
North Staffordshire tennis star Josh Eardley has secured a scholarship at a top American University.
Over the course of the next four years, Josh will attend Wingate University in North Carolina where he will combine studying for a degree with a scholarship in the hope of becoming a professional.
Port Vale captain Marc Richards believes everything is in place at the club for an eventual return to the Championship.
The striker added that promotion this season could be the catalyst for the Burslem club to climb through the divisions.
A group of people from a local church went reverse trick or treating and handed out sweets to residents in Burslem.
The group from Swan Bank Methodist Church took “bags of hope”, which contained sweets and leaflets about the church to homes on the Park Estate last night (October 31)