Winning the UK City of Culture 2021 could bring a 73 million boost to Stoke-on-Trent’s economy in 2021 and create more than 1,800 jobs, according to a chief economist.
Representatives from the business sector, law enforcement and local authorities are gearing up for a big event of the year, an Online Fraud Conference to tackle cyber-crime.
Councillors in Stone have launched a new campaign to get businesses in the high street to help keep the town free of litter.
The council is urging businesses to sign up and have been out in the centre talking to the people in Stone, bringing more awareness about the campaign.
Two music moguls from Stoke-on-Trent have launched a new venture and aim to eat into the restaurant market.
Lee Barber and Richard Buxton are more known for promoting gigs and writing about all things local.
A woman was told to leave her children’s meal behind by her local Asda supermarket after attempting to pay using the old £1 coin.
Market stallholders across Stoke-on-Trent are to see their rents slashed under new plans.
Rents could be cut by up to 75% for younger traders aged 18-25.
Two Staffordshire MPs are campaigning for Channel 4 to move their headquarters to Stoke-on-Trent.
The Government wants to put pressure on the Secretary of State to show there is life outside of London.
Stoke-on-Trent industry leaders ditched their desks and joined MasterChef’s Ranvir Singh to test out their cooking skills.
The event took place at Stoke-on-Trent College, where 12 local businessmen and women used a multi-station teaching kitchen to take part in a competition to make the best Indian meal.
Alton Towers has unveiled improvements made across its Staffordshire theme park – including a complete refurbishment of one of their most popular rides.
Hex – The Legend of the Towers has been closed since the end of 2015 and has undergone an extensive overhaul.
Business leaders have today met to give their backing to Stoke-on-Trent’s 2021 City of Culture bid.