Author: Duncan Newell

Office Space At Smithfield In Hanley Now Fully Occupied

Office space at the flagship Smithfield development in Stoke-on-Trent’s city centre has reached full occupancy – with the news that 300 high-skilled workers are set to move in. Stoke-on-Trent City Council has signed up Davies Group, which will take up two floors in Two Smithfield. The company, which has a 1,200-strong team of professionals across […]

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service To Hold Safe and Well Events At Fire Stations

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service is holding Safe and Well events at fire stations around the county. We want to make sure that residents know that the Safe and Well visits and advice are not being reduced but are targeted so that all individuals get the right help for them.  Strategic Partnership Lead Paul Sahw […]

Podcast – 6TR Tech Team Show (28-02-2018)

Here is your chance to listen to the February 2018 edition of the 6 Towns Radio Tech Team Show podcast.  This is a podcast where we look back at the top technology news story’s from the past month.  Each show covers around 20 story’s, no adverts, no music just 100% technology news. Do you have […]

FREE Cinema Screenings For Disabled Children In Staffordshire

Caudwell Children, the Staffordshire based national charity that provides practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families, has announced that it is to run seven FREE cinema screenings for disabled children, and those with additional needs, throughout February. The screenings, funded by Aiming High Staffordshire, will give children the opportunity to enjoy a […]

Staffordshire Police – Report Business Crime Online And Save On Time

In the latest step in the journey to embrace the digital age and modernise and adapt to the changing needs of the public, businesses across the county can now report crime online. It’s faster, more efficient and best of all, user friendly! This new service gives Staffordshire businesses the additional option to report drive-aways without […]

People With Hidden Disabilities Could Enjoy New Freedom With Blue Badge Changes

Consultation expanding the Blue Badge criteria released. People with hidden disabilities could soon have greater access to blue badges under new plans from Transport Minister Jesse Norman today (21 January 2018). The proposals, which would herald the most significant changes since the blue badge was introduced in 1970, would help remove barriers to travel for people […]