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Stinson Hunter Announces Documentary
Stinson Hunter, a local self-styled 'Paedophile Hunter' who has targeted alleged offenders in Tamworth will soon be seen on a Channel 4 documentary. Hunter, the vigilante and self-styled 'Peadohphile Hunter' has conducted a number...
Lets Talk Jobs
Tamworth’s MP, Christopher Pincher, is backing the ‘Let’s Talk Jobs’ initiative run by Staffordshire County Council.The programme, aimed at 14-24 year olds, brings together a range of organisations that can help to make a...
Woman wants to keep her dead Husbands sperm
> Health & NHS
> West Midlands
A woman has begun a legal bid to prevent her dead husband's frozen sperm from being destroyed. At the High Court, physiotherapist Beth Warren, 28, from Birmingham, has challenged a storage time limit imposed...
Ladies Festival at Drayton Manor
Saturday February 15th 2014 will see the annual Marmion Lodge formal Ladies’ Festival at the Hamilton Suite Drayton Manor. Our Ladies’ Festivals have, over the years, proved to be the highlight of our social calendar...
It’s Never OK to abuse your Partner
A powerful campaign to tackle domestic abuse has been launched across Tamworth – with the message that It’s Never OK.The latest campaign has been launched to coincide with Valentine’s Day, as figures show a...
Drug Dealers with £50k haul Imprisoned
Drug dealers from Tamworth and Lancashire have been jailed for possession of £50,000 of cocaine with intent to supply.Everett and Bullen were two of the three sentencedMatthew Richard Everett, (31), Albion Street...
Three Jailed for Co-op robberies
Three robbers who raided Co-op stores across the region, including one at The Precinct, Coton Green were jailed this afternoon at Stafford Crown Court..Amandeep Singh, Jani Wright and Ryan ShawAmandeep Singh, Jani Wright...
County Council to Freeze Council Tax
Staffordshire County Council is set to freeze council tax for the fourth consecutive year under budget plans going before cabinet on Wednesday 5th February.The County Council will be making £19.3m of savings in...
Adoption Information Sessions
> Children & Young People
> Health & NHS
Adoption event to be help in an attempt to attract new adoptive parents.Staffordshire County Council will be holding adoption meetings to give people the information they need about adopting with them and what it’s...
Ex-Stafford Chief Nurse Struck Off
> Health & NHS
A former Chief Nurse from Stafford Hospital has consented to being struck off for exposing patients to danger during her time at the hospital.Janice Harry agreed to the move after the Professional Standards Authority...
‘Cashless Parking’ to come to Tamworth
> Travel & Motoring
Phone and Pay cashless parking to be trialled in TamworthA new cashless parking scheme which will allow motorists in Tamworth to pay for their car parking using their mobile phones is to be trialled...
J10 M42/ A5 works start next week.
> Travel & Motoring
'Months of Misery' are expected for commuters as The Highways Agency begin a package of overnight works. These works are set to improve the junction 10, M42 and the A5 island and are due to...
Masons celebrate Burns Night
January 25th saw Marmion Masonic Lodge’s 6th annual Gentlemen’s Burns SupperWith all of the fun and revelry expected from a Marmion event. This years Burns supper was no exception and was again hailed an overwhelming...
Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day
International Holocaust Remembrance Day, held annually on 27th January, is an international memorial day for the victims of the Holocaust, the genocide that resulted in the annihilation of 6 million Jews, 2 million Gypsies (Roma...
Bank customers left ‘furious’
Customers of TSB, Lloyds and Halifax furious after debit cards and cash machines fail to work, AGAIN!People who use the banks are experiencing a number of problems, including having their cards declined in shops...
Zoo mourns loss of baby orang-utan
> Environment & Nature
Keepers and staff at Twycross Zoo are incredibly saddened to announce the death of their baby orang-utan, born on 28th November 2013. Mum, Kibriah, proved to be a very attentive and caring mother and...
20% reduction in Firefighter callouts
A 20% reduction in incidents and a 75% drop in grass fires for 2013 are just some of the figures detailed in Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s latest publication.Chairman of the Fire and Rescue...
Police open to greater scrutiny
Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis has welcomed members of the new Ethics, Transparency and Audit Committee, established under the new dawn of transparency in Staffordshire.Accountability, transparency and openness is a top priority for...
Golf Course to close in 2015
Tamworth Borough Council’s Cabinet has taken the decision to close Tamworth Golf Course in March 2015, following an in-depth examination of all the available options.The Council thanked the Golf Club committee and course members...
Stranger danger reminder after “suspicious activity”
Police are urging parents to reiterate ‘stranger danger’ messages to their children following reports of suspicious activity near schools in north Birmingham.A teacher at Perry Beeches School raised concerns yesterday morning (Jan 22) after parents...
Images released of EDL suspects
Images of over 50 suspects believed to be involved in violent scenes at a Birmingham English Defence League protest appeared in a national TV appeal last night (22 January).Detectives investigating violent disorder at last...
Future of Golf Course decided tonight
> Property, Planning & Development
Tamworth Borough Council’s Cabinet will be making the decision on the future of Tamworth Golf Course at its meeting tonight, Thursday January 23rd.The meeting will take place in Committee Room 1, Marmion House. The...
People Reminded to Have Their Say on Funding of Social Care
More treat than trick this Halloween at Drayton Manor Park
Tamworth in Bloom strikes gold for the ninth year!
Legionnaires’ disease outbreak in Tamworth
Fire Service welcomed thousands of people to its headquarters this weekend.
Kingsbury road to be closed to vehicles
Tamworth’s most popular baby names revealed
Kick It Out to celebrate Non League Day for seventh year running
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