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Tributes have come flooding in after three members of the same family died following a horrific car crash in Tamworth.

Maggie Stewart, 42, her son Damian, 16, and his cousin Dion Walker-Smith, 15, were killed after their car collided with a lorry, when they were on their way to a family meal.

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Too many Stoke-on-Trent families are allowing their children to “see nothing wrong” with depending on State benefits, a business leader claims.

Phil Wood believes the “lack of ambition” among generations of families has to be broken if the city is to prosper.

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Team GB hockey star Sally Walton met sporty students at the City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College to inspire them to go for gold.

More than 50 students were involved at the Fenton Manor Sports Complex event where Walton gave a workshop on successful team building.

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A young Stoke-on-Trent dad took his own life after an online gambling spree left him in a ‘financial mess,’ an inquest was told.

Christian Bernabe, of Bowlers Close, Festival Heights, killed himself just hours after dropping his daughter off for her first day at school.

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A memorial event is taking place in memory of two school friends to raise money for the Breath of Life Charity.

Sam Baker, 18, of Handford, died in a car crash after driving home from his girlfriend’s house, while Aaron Hall, from Blurton, died after battling with cystic fibrosis.

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Iconic images of rock bands the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and the Foo Fighters are going on display at Burslem School of Art.

Tony Woolliscroft has spent 22 years photographing some of the biggest names in music and now he is offering an insight into his career in the showcase.

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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.

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