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An advert starring a Staffordshire University graduate has been banned in South Africa after complaints from a Christian viewer.

Italian-born Domenico Clores, who graduated with a 2:1 in sports journalism in 2008, was part of an ad campaign for Lynx deodorant – known as Axe in South Africa – called Fallen Angels.

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Young people leaving care celebrated National Care Leavers Week by releasing balloons from North Staffordshire YMCA’s Skyroom.

The idea for the event was to send out a positive message to Stoke-on-Trent about changing the negative perceptions associated with young people who have been in care.

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A student from Staffordshire University claimed first prize in a national film competition after entering it purely as a ‘punt’.

Tom Chimiak, 19, a second year Film Production student in Stoke-on-Trent, came first in his category at the film festival ‘Screen Stockport’.

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a two-vehicle collision on the A51 near Hixon left two elderly women with serious injuries.

A blue Audi A4 and a silver Vauxhall Meriva collided at 4.45pm on October 22 at approximately 4.45pm near the junction with New Road.

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By Suzanne Jordan & Matt Cobb: Crowds gathered at Stoke-on-Trent train station to catch a glimpse of Prince Charles during his visit to the city.
Cheers emerged as the heir to the throne stepped on to the platform shortly after 2pm.

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By Kirsty Hewson & Matt Payne
A ceramics company run by Staffordshire University students officially launched at the original Spode factory.
Flux, which secured £40,000 of business at the Paris Maison et Objet, is expected to turn over £100,000 this year after being asked to send samples to the New York Trade Fair.

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