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  • Prisoner used bedsheets to escape August 16, 2017
    An inmate at a Shropshire prison attempted to escape over the wall using a make-shift rope made from bedsheets, a court heard
    Sophie Madden
  • Hospitals still not rated good August 16, 2017
    Improvements are still needed at Shropshire’s two main hospitals, a new inspection report has revealed today.
    Amy Downward
  • ‘We are now much better’ - says chief August 16, 2017
    Government inspectors are being invited back into Shropshire’s two main hospitals to see the improvements made since their visits in December, a health boss has said.
    Amy Downward
  • Overnight A49 closures August 16, 2017
    Shropshire's A49 will be closed overnight to traffic for more than a month while resurfacing work is carried out.
    Lucy Todman
  • Paralympian recovering in hospital August 16, 2017
    A Paralympian is recovering after he was placed on life support following an emergency operation.
    Jonny Drury
  • £1m needed for historic rail project August 16, 2017
    An ambitious fundraising project to redevelop and extend a historic railway station has raised enough funds to complete the first phase.
    Tom Oakley
  • Early FA cup medal on sale in Ludlow August 16, 2017
    Today the sums being spent by Premier League football clubs regularly make the headlines but back in 1908 players were probably not so well rewarded.
    Thomas Morton
  • Rotary club looking for good causes August 16, 2017
    Rotary club is looking to hand out thousands of pounds to community schemes once more and is asking for groups and projects to come forward to get their share.
    Thomas Morton
  • War memorial has status upgraded August 16, 2017
    A war memorial which has stood at the heart of a Shropshire town for over 90 years has been upgraded to a Grade II* historic monument to mark the centenary of the Battle of Passchendaele.
    Lucy Todman
  • Businessman gives mobile signal a boost August 16, 2017
    Mobile phone users in Shrewsbury have received a boost thanks to a generous businessman.
    Matt Mansell
  • Patient support pilot in Bishop's Castle August 16, 2017
    Staff from a town hospital will be taking part in a pilot scheme to boost doctor's services while the hospital is closed for refurbishment.
    Thomas Morton
  • Clearing the confusion about university August 16, 2017
    A-level results day can be a time of mixed emotions, as Annabelle Gardner will testify.
    Mark Andrews
  • Reasons to be hopeful for hospital August 16, 2017
    Hospital supporters must remain positive, a league of friends chairman has said, as encouraging developments continue despite worrying headlines over the future of health services.
    Thomas Morton
  • More than 100 calls over drones August 16, 2017
    More than 100 crimes involving drones were reported to police forces covering Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire during a three-month period.
    Lisa O'Brien
  • Traffic lights to remain in operation August 16, 2017
    Traffic lights will remain in operation at a busy Telford roundabout following a review, it has been announced.
  • Pensioner was overpaid £17k in benefits August 16, 2017
    A pensioner with a gambling habit was overpaid more than £17,000 in benefits he was not entitled to after failing to declare his wife had found a job.
    Deborah Hardiman
  • Knife Angel protest planned August 16, 2017
    A protest is being organised as a final attempt to persuade London's Mayor to display the Knife Angel in Trafalgar Square.
    Aimee Jones
  • Stunning image captured by photographer August 16, 2017
    This is the moment a keen amateur photographer captured a herd of cattle running across the heart of the picturesque Shropshire countryside.
    Tom Oakley
  • Money raised to help stop development August 16, 2017
    Campaigners attempting to stop a controversial shopping development have raised thousands of pounds in just two weeks.
    Tom Oakley
  • Access for homes plan set for approval August 16, 2017
    Councillors are expected to give the final go-ahead on an entrance for a new 41 home development on the edge of a village.
    Aimee Jones

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