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Picture shows the Guildhall and CCTV cameras

Plans have been drawn up to renew CCTV provision in Newcastle town centre.

The Borough Council’s Cabinet is considering recommendations for a significant system upgrade, including new state-of-the-art cameras and live monitoring arrangements, which would result in quicker responses to incidents and more effective surveillance, with the potential for further expansion in the future.

Picture shows car emitting exhaust

Measures aimed at making Newcastle-under-Lyme “carbon neutral” in little more than a decade are moving forward.

The Borough Council is stepping up its efforts on the green agenda in a move which should increase the pace at which the area’s carbon footprint is reduced.

Figures show in the last decade the district has more than matched national reductions in CO2 emissions.

Picture shows Norman Lewis Veteran of Dunkirk

A veteran of the Dunkirk landings was joined by civic dignitaries, service personnel both past and present as well as his family and friends for a milestone event.

Norman Lewis celebrated his 100th birthday with a party at the Tri Services Centre in Hassell Street, Newcastle.

Picture shows Pink tag for removal of Garden Waste Bin

Residents who do not want to keep their garden waste bin are being given the chance to have them collected by the Borough Council.

Whilst more than 20,000 households have now signed up to the chargeable collection service introduced this year, some people have decided to make alternative arrangements for disposing of their garden waste.

Picture shows the New Vic Theatre at night with Appetite poster

Staffordshire’s New Vic Theatre has been awarded an Arts Council England grant to expand the work of the award-winning arts programme, Appetite.

A local consortium led by New Vic Theatre has been awarded a grant of £1,750,000 as part of Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places programme to expand the work of the Appetite arts project into Newcastle-under-Lyme.

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