New data from an Active Lives Children and Young People Survey has been released, on children’s attitudes towards sport and physical activity.
Following off the back of a renowned franchise, Horrible Histories has taken a step into…
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Official figures show the number of fatal stabbings in England and Wales at the highest levels since records began in 1946.
Stoke-on-Trent’s Lord Mayor has praised the amazing turnout at a recent job fair where over 3,000 jobs where on offer.
SoapBox Science is a new science-driven event coming to the streets of Stoke-on-Trent, Hanley, this July. The new initiative aims to encourage women of all backgrounds to sign up for STEM programs in the UK.
The Leek Road cash machine on the Staffordshire University campus has now
started charging 95p for a withdrawal.
Running from the 4th-10th February, the week hopes to make people who have been affected by Sexual Violence more comfortable in coming forward and seeking help from services across Stoke-on-Trent.
Earlier this week, Staffordshire University held a Holocaust Memorial Day, the theme being ‘Torn From Home’, in order to remember the millions that lost their lives in one of the world’s most famous genocides, despite the disbelievers.
A politics professor from Staffordshire believes the nation is in a “constitutional crisis” following Theresa May’s decision to postpone today’s Brexit vote in Parliament.
The Prime Minister justified the postponement on the grounds “there is widespread and deep concern” over the Irish border backstop in the Brexit negotiations.