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.
Virgin trains have launched a heart-warming Christmas campaign in aid of mental health charity, Rethink Mental Illness.
Staffordshire Police has announced its biggest ever counter terrorism campaign this Christmas as part of the national ACT (Action Counters Terrorism) programme.
According to the NSPCC there are 127 sexual complaints made by teenagers in the West Midlands which the police cannot act on.
When a Staffordshire University student appeared on ITV News, little did she know the impact she would have on thousands.
Now Demi-Leigh Freeman is the driving force behind a campaign to put mental health on the local agenda. Staffslive’s Leah Mahon reports.
More than 17 primary schools in Stoke-on-Trent are taking part in a new campaign this Spring to encourage more children to eat healthily.
The campaign Sow and Grow is aimed at promoting healthy eating and food education for young children.
Campaign groups in Stoke-on-Trent are fighting back against plans to close community hospital beds.
Residents, councillors and relatives have launched a postcard campaign to lobby Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt after the loss of Longton Cottage, Cheadle and a ward at Hayward.
Alastair Campbell has called for ‘more services’ to tackle the rising problem of people with mental illnesses in North Staffordshire and the UK
Campbell, who heads the campaign “Time for Change”, made the plea during a visit to Staffslive at Staffordshire University in Stoke-on-Trent.
A campaign is underway to help heart transplant swimming champion Sam Griffiths compete in the World Transplant Games in Argentina.
The 14-year-old gold medallist has been re-selected to represent Great Britain in the August event this year.
Campaigners trying to save Fenton Town Hall are celebrating after it was revealed the Ministry of Justice cannot sell the building for at least six months.