University isn’t always irresponsible drinking and napping in lectures. For some students, life is difficult and feel like no-one can help them. The most common problem students face is money. How to budget, what do to if Student Finance is late, how to get by on pennies? The volunteer run charity, Food Hub, supply food for students who cannot afford their own.
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Any puppies born in the last couple of weeks will be ready to go to their new homes for Christmas, but it’s not necessarily their forever home.
Need some simple yet spooky Halloween make-up ideas?
StaffsLive’s Emily Sleight teamed up with Pixy Makeup in Stafford to provide some top tips.
Halloween is a time of year when people dress up, carve pumpkins, take kids trick-or-treating and let their hair down before the Christmas rush.
But have the traditional values and celebrations been tainted by access to newer information available online?
StaffsLive’s Charlotte Heywood finds out more
More and more children are living with same-sex parents in the UK.
But how does this impact the traditional family unit?
Staffordshire student Fauve Bennett provides a moving account of “life with two mums”.
MPs Gareth Snell and Ruth Smeeth are going in all guns blazing to put Stoke-on-Trent on the map. After the decision was made to move Channel 4s headquarters in March, they are backing the Potteries to become the next location of Channel 4s home.
World Mental Health Day has helped to highlight the struggle many thousands of people have every day with their mental illness.
StaffsLive reporter Emily Sleight spoke to former Staffordshire University graduate Beccy Louise Hateley who revealed her own battles.
After a decade on our TV and computer screens, Stacey Dooley has become a familiar face to many. The TV documentary star took time out during her visit to Stoke-on-Trent to speak to Staffslive’s Louise Hill
Staffordshire University students are questioning the timing of Prime Minister Theresa May’s latest pledge over tuition fees.
May announced there will be an increase in the repayment threshold, which means graduates would start paying back loans when they earned £25,000 instead of the current £21,000.
Small traders had a chance to show off their range of goods to hundreds attending this year’s Stone Food and Drink Festival.
The first day of the festival saw a number of traders across the country allow tasters of their homemade food and drink in Stone’s Westbridge Park.