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  • Beauty spot hit by blaze July 17, 2018
    Fire crews have been called to fight a large fire in the open at an area known as The Bog, near the Stiperstones.
  • Telford's Poundworld store to stay open July 17, 2018
    Telford's Poundworld store has avoided the axe after administrators announced the closure of a further 40 stores.
    James Pugh
  • Man jailed for church sex attacks July 17, 2018
    A former library volunteer from Oswestry has been jailed for two years and nine months, after indecently assaulting a boy in church almost every week for four years.
    Rob Smith
  • £19m to boost fish in River Severn July 17, 2018
    Work has started on a £19 million project to reopen the River Severn to protected species of fish.
    Dominic Robertson
  • Sunshine and diggers at Newport Show July 17, 2018
    Hot weather and plenty of fun was the order of the day at this year's Newport Show.
    Deborah Hardiman
  • Electric charging for council car parks July 17, 2018
    Ambitious plans to bring electric vehicle charging points to Shropshire Council car park sites has been revealed.
  • Youngsters shunning smoking July 17, 2018
    More and more young adults across the region are spurning cigarettes and choosing not to smoke, new figures have revealed.
    Dominic Robertson
  • Unemployment falls again in Shropshire July 17, 2018
    Unemployment has fallen again in Shropshire. Nationally the number of people in work and job vacancies have also reached new record levels.
    John Corser
  • Man’s choking death is ruled accidental July 17, 2018
    The death a man who choked on food at an Oswestry residential home was “accidental” and not “reasonably preventable”, an inquest jury has found.
  • Creative dream comes true July 17, 2018
    It’s never too late to unleash your creative streak – just ask Telford father-of-two Pete Hollands.
  • Plan is drawn up to tackle cancer rate July 17, 2018
    A comprehensive plan has been drawn up to tackle the number of people dying from cancer in Telford & Wrekin.
    Rob Smith
  • Housing analysis claim is refuted July 17, 2018
    Claims that Shropshire Council’s housing analysis is “misleading” have been refuted.
  • Giant ducks causing splash July 17, 2018
    The Let’s Go Quackers ducks have been causing a splash after landing in Southwater in Telford.
    Mat Growcott
  • More roadworks at bypass July 17, 2018
    More roadworks are set to begin on Oswestry bypass next week.
    Sue Austin
  • Phlebotomy service could return July 17, 2018
    Health bosses are looking to re-instate phlebotomy services in Shrewsbury town centre.
    Aimee Jones
  • Shropdoc replaced with 111 number July 17, 2018
    The county's Shropdoc telephone service has been replaced by NHS 111 from today.
    Dominic Robertson
  • War against the scourge of knives July 17, 2018
    As a judge today warns young people in Shropshire they risk prison if they carry and use knives, Dominic Robertson looks back on a tumultuous six months of knife crime in the county since the beginning of the year.
    Dominic Robertson
  • Take out knife and risk jail July 17, 2018
    Young people in Shropshire were today warned: “If you take a knife out and use it you have to go to prison.”
    Dominic Robertson
  • Man in sex assault after 20 beers July 17, 2018
    A Telford man has been jailed for 21 months for sexually assaulting a woman after drinking 20 cans of lager.
    Deborah Hardiman
  • We must speak out on knives July 17, 2018
    The figures from London have been horrific. Stabbings have become a daily occurrence as gangs tool up and use lethal weapons as a matter of course.
    Shropshire Star

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