Three of Staffordshire’s newest and most innovative projects have been honoured at the Royal Institution…
A Stoke-on-Trent man caught dealing cannabis used the profits to pay for his ill mother’s care, a court heard.
Paul Johnson, of Johnson Place, Chell, intended to sell drugs to his friends so he could use the cash to pay for his blind mother’s treatment.
Youngsters and parents who cooked up a storm for the first Big Biology Day at Staffordshire University saw their efforts rewarded.
Saturday’s event, part of the Royal Society of Biology’s Biology Week, attracted scores of science enthusiasts and newcomers and featured a Great Biology Bake Off.
A Stoke-on-Trent woman whose body was found behind a primary school on New Year’s Day, had been prescribed anti-depressants, an inquest heard.
Mental health support worker Jennifer Turner, known to her family as Jen, was found hanged behind Ball Green Primary School by a dog walker on January 1 2015.