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14 hrs ago | Daily Mail
FBI seeks 90 potential victims of 'serial child molester' who spent 40 years working around the world before killing himself Council investigates a quarter of its staff after they helped themselves to 9,631 sick days in just three months One in four employees at a local authority are under investigation for taking too much time off sick during the ... (more)
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21 hrs ago | This Is Staffordshire
ACADEMICS have paid tribute to Sir Stanley Matthews in a new project which chronicles statues of football heroes from across the globe.
23 hrs ago | This Is Staffordshire
HEALTH managers have refused to rule out future bed closures at a North Staffordshire hospital but denied plans are already in place to axe any of them.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council is to introduce selective licensing in the Portland Street area of Cobridge, following a successful pilot in Tunstall.
The Bournemouth Corporation vehicle is kept at Stoke-on-Trent but was brought back to the town by a group of transport enthusiasts.
It comes after patients raised concerns that they had been sent home without treatment because no doctor appointments were available.
TODAY the newly-appointed High Sheriff of Staffordshire, Mrs Ann Fisher, will be walking along the pilgrimage route - Two Saints Way - in order to raise awareness and funds for local Staffordshire community groups.
When Maurice Greenham became one of Britain's first HIV patients he was told that he'd probably be dead within six months.
UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall is reassuring Stoke-on-Trent voters that this year's candidates in the European elections will stay loyal to the party.
Staffordshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis says cells are the wrong place for people suffering a mental health crisis.
The Environment Agency said it issued the company with a notice in December to remove excess waste from the site The centre at Milton, Stoke-on-Trent, is licensed to hold about 500 tonnes of recyclable waste, but last December the Environment Agency estimated there were about 6,000 tonnes.
It will mark the next step in the school's road to recovery after being put into special measures following a visit from the education watchdog Ofsted at the end of last year.
Stoke-on-Trent Area Network for Disability secretary Pam Bryan said: "This is absolutely fantastic.