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ACCIDENTS DRIVE HOME THE NEED FOR CHANGE

Campaigners fighting for the speed limits on local roads to be reduced are calling for action after a string of road traffic collisions took place during the last week.

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"I'M NOT DEAD"

A local man wishes to set the record straight after no less than 17 acquaintances mistakenly thought he had passed away. 54 year old Allan Shaw of Uttoxeter, formerly of Tean, asked us to reassure extended friends and family that he is alive and well. He says he has no idea how the rumour started.

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SHOPKEEPERS PULL TOGETHER TO STAMP OUT CRIME

PC Dave Stubbs and Cheadle Town Councillor Emma Carr, who is also a shopkeeper in the town, are working together to encourage local firms to join PABCIS. The PABCIS scheme has proven to be highly successful in other local towns and cities in cutting low level crime by giving businesses a platform to share intelligence. Pictured is Co-ordinator Emma Carr of Darling Goods, High Street, Cheadle.

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168 HOUSES ON THE CARDS FOR BLYTHE BRIDGE

Outline plans to build up to 168 new houses on land next to Blythe Business Park in Cresswell have been submitted to Staffordshire Moorlands District Council.

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Ar av ter say congratulations ter may owd mate Ray James an is missis Vera theyn just celebrated their diamond wedding sixty years, its rate what thee say yerd be ayt befoer nar if yerd bin sent darn fer murder ar dunner mean owt be that Vera just as its a long tarm!Didst say that program on the telly about em rebuildin that Spitfire ar thowt it wer marveluss ter say that beautiful airoplane browt back ter larf ar think arm rate ter say as the chap as designed it went ter school at Longton high, ar thowt that were a revalation in its sen!Ar reckon theyd be moer than a couple er lads in the machine shop at Boltons and JCB fer that matter as wud er been capable er machinin them parts and as would er loved doin it!

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