Stoke South MP Jack Brereton blasted the behaviour of EU officials as “threatening and aggressive” in an interview with StaffsLive
Clive Myrie visited Staffordshire University and the StaffsLive newsroom for an interview giving us an insight into his career, on and off screen.
The father of modern circus, Philip Astley was born in Newcastle-Under-Lyme in 1742. Laurianne Dudgeon finds out how the town is celebrating his legacy.
With the amount of homeless people in the UK constantly rising, we have an anonymous woman who lives on the streets of Newcastle-under-Lyme.
After a decade on our TV and computer screens, Stacey Dooley has become a familiar face to many. The TV documentary star took time out during her visit to Stoke-on-Trent to speak to Staffslive’s Louise Hill
Folk singer Neil Brophy picked up his guitar to explore the world and never looked back. He tells Keisha Spencer about life on the road and why the UK is slowly luring him back home.
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall and former leader Nigel Farage today visited Hanley to throw their weight behind Nuttall’s campaign to become Stoke-on-Trent Central’s new MP.
The duo visited local café Harley’s bar before greeting the public at UKIP’s headquarters.
Actor and punk rock newcomer, JD Kelleher, talks to Keisha Spencer about his transition into a modern day punk musician, and fighting for his right to be heard both musically and politically.
2015 has been a solid year for up and coming bands, especially in Stoke-on-Trent.
Sea Based Turtles have been making a name for themselves with the release of their debut album Real Resonations earlier this year and with relentless hard work and touring, the band are rapidly gaining recognition.