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Burton Albion manager, Gary Rowett believes the Brewers will come back stronger next season for the experience of having reached the semi-final play-offs.
The opportunity to reach the Wembley final was within touching distance, but they were beaten 3-1 in the second leg of their play-off semi-final against Bradford City yesterday.

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A garden which documents Stoke-on-Trent’s transformation from its industrial roots, is being tipped for gold at the Chelsea Flower Show.

Students, business leaders and council staff have teamed up for the project which aims to showcase talent and attract investment.

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Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis hailed the swearing in of 14 new officers as a landmark occasion for the county.

It is the first time in three years that Staffordshire Police have recruited.

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Staffordshire’s Police & Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis has pledged to put his resources into “prevention of crime”.

Mr Ellis has set Staffordshire Police’s overall budget for 2013/2014 at £185 million.

Mr Ellis has set Staffordshire police’s overall budget for 2013/2014 at £185 million pounds.

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Children from a Longton school will kick off a competition to design a cup and saucer for the Queen.

Youngsters from St Gregory’s Primary School will create the first designs for the Tea for the Jubilee contest, which launches at Gladstone Pottery Museum on Monday (May 21).

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A Burslem club is reaping the benefits of a rise in popularity of mixed martial arts.

The T6 Elite Fight Club has only been open for 18 months but has seen people flocking to join classes in a range of disciplines such as traditional boxing and Thai-boxing.

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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.