STOKE-ON-TRENT: Would-be radiographers are invited to
an open evening at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire.
People attending the event on Thursday can find out how radiation is used to diagnose injuries and disease.
Team leader Jane Willetts, said: "Everyone is welcome to come and see what we do and ask questions. Many people don't know what a radiographer does.
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"If you have an accident and go to hospital, the chances are that you will see a diagnostic radiographer. They produce images that are used to diagnose injury or disease."
The X-ray department at the City General site will be open to visitors from 6pm to 8pm.
CHEADLE: Sentence was adjourned for reports by North Staffordshire magistrates on Leanne Reilly, aged 20, of Chapel Street, Cheadle, and Robert Greensmith, aged 58, of Tape Street, Cheadle.
Both admitted using racially aggravated threatening, abusive or insulting words of behaviour at Cheadle on August 19 and were granted unconditional bail until November 22.
FEGG HAYES: Jamie Sherlock, aged 23, of Cumberbatch Avenue, Fegg Hayes, admitted breaching a restraining order on October 29.
North Staffordshire magistrates adjourned sentence to the domestic abuse court on November 22.
Sherlock was granted conditional bail.
HANLEY: People will have the chance to air their views on the Government's plan to alter the council tax benefit system.
The session will take place on Thursday at Hanley Local Centre in Old Hall Street between 9am and 1pm.
Alternatively, people can complete a questionnaire at www.stoke.gov.uk/consultation.