Tenants in Stoke-on-Trent welcome the new law to come into place in March which enables them to sue if their house has damp or mould.
Big-hearted students at The Cooperative Academy of Stoke-on-Trent hosted a Christmas lunch for more than 100 guests in a bid to tackle loneliness among the elderly at Christmas time.
According to Age UK, more than two million people in England over the age of 75 live alone, many experiencing extreme isolation and chronic loneliness.
Stressed Staffordshire University students flocked to the university library to – swap their books for cuddles with guide dogs!
Dog De-Stress Day is a ‘pawesome’ event held twice a year on the Stoke-on-Trent campus to help students relax.
Staffordshire University has faced backlash this week from angry students who have been unable to park their cars due to an event hosted by the university at their Leek Road Campus.
Ah, the ever-familiar exam period. Sometimes, no matter how hard you try and keep your cool, it can feel like everything is on top of you. This article will be short and sweet, I promise, as the last thing you need when exam pressure is high, is to be reading a long article about running out of time.
Nearly half of univeristy students can’t afford to move into accommodation, new research by UNiDAYS shows.
UNiDAYS, the worlds largest student affinity network, revealed that four out of ten students who live at home can’t afford to fly the nest.
A man stabbed at a student Halloween party in Stoke-on-Trent has been released from hospital.
The victim suffered stab wounds to his back, left forearm and lacerations to his neck.
Three young entrepreneurs from Staffordshire University have reached the UK finals of the 2017 Hult Prize – the world’s largest student competition.
Daniel Griffiths, Danielle Nugent and Sarah Wright are the three Business Management students who will pitch their business idea in London on 3-4th March, with their idea aiming to transform the lives of female refugees in Colombia.
From the silly, to the thoughtful, sometimes the simplest ideas are the best Christmas gifts for young adults, says Laurianne Dudgeon.
A select group of Staffordshire sports students have been given an opportunity to swap the rainy weather of Stoke-on-Trent for the sun of Spain as part of a unique agreement between the university’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Barcelona FC.
The agreement allows students from Staffordshire university to visit the giants of Spanish football and look at the behind the scenes of the club. The students will get to meet and talk to the coaching and medical staff, watch training sessions and they will also receive a tour around the Nou Camp.