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  • MP attacks hospital parking charge rise October 20, 2017
    Telford MP Lucy Allan has called for hospital bosses to rethink increasing parking charges at Shropshire's two main hospitals.
    James Pugh
  • Fraudster told to pay back another £9k October 20, 2017
    A former financial controller from Telford who stole money from her employer and was ordered to pay back almost £120,000 will now have to hand over another £9,000 under a proceeds of crime ruling.
    Lisa O'Brien
  • Homeless man found with knife and drugs October 20, 2017
    A homeless man who armed himself with a butter knife and threatened to rob a Shrewsbury shop to get thrown in jail has been handed a suspended prison sentence.
  • Farming Talk - October 20 October 20, 2017
    An effective reproductive management program is key to maximising long-term profitability at the dairy farm.
    Toby Neal
  • Crime in West Mercia on the rise October 20, 2017
    Crime in the police force area covering Shropshire has increased by 14 per cent, new figures have revealed.
    James Pugh
  • Power line consultation to start October 20, 2017
    A formal consultation on the next stage of the £18 million scheme to increase electricity capacity across north Shropshire will begin next month.
    James Pugh
  • Anthony Joshua backs Richie's auction October 20, 2017
    World boxing champion Anthony Joshua took time out of his preparations to defend his world boxing title this month to throw his weight behind Richie Woodhall's latest charity auction.
    Mark Andrews
  • Parking charges to change October 20, 2017
    A decision to increase parking charges at the county's two main hospitals has sparked anger.
    Amy Downward
  • Whole town affected by assaults – mayor October 20, 2017
    The mayor of Newtown believes recent assaults in the town have left people feeling unsafe to walk the streets.
    Jonny Drury
  • Plant would be used to process slurry October 20, 2017
    Another energy plant could be built in Shropshire, new plans have revealed.
    James Pugh
  • Smashing pumpkins are a hit October 20, 2017
    Down on the farm is it not wheat or maize being grown but smashing pumpkins.
    Sue Austin
  • Literary stars head for county festival October 20, 2017
    International authors, poets, storytellers and historians will descend on Shrewsbury from November 24 to 26 for the town’s second annual Festival of Literature.
    Lucy Todman
  • Waterloo book in Shrewsbury auction October 20, 2017
    A rare manuscript detailing the prize money granted for the Battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris in 1815 is expected to sell for more than £2,000 when it comes up for auction in Shropshire.
    Toby Neal
  • Mary Webb's horror after poem published October 20, 2017
    With a shy and retiring nature, Mary Gladys Meredith would write poems, keep them for a day or two, and then burn them.
    Toby Neal
  • Parvovirus confirmed October 20, 2017
    A case of Canine Parvovirus has been confirmed on the Shropshire/Herefordshire border.
    Sue Austin
  • Supermarket giant's plans are shelved October 20, 2017
    A major supermarket has shelved plans to build a huge store in Shrewsbury, blaming 'challenging market conditions'.
    Lucy Todman
  • Work to take about nine days October 20, 2017
    Resurfacing work is set to take place on one of the county's main routes in the coming weeks.
    James Pugh
  • Folk star Bella comes to Hive October 20, 2017
    Award-winning folk musician Bella Hardy will be performing at a Shropshire arts centre next week.
    Mark Andrews
  • Fire authority say plans have flaws October 20, 2017
    The region's police and crime commissioner is facing more criticism for deciding to press ahead with a bid to takeover Shropshire's fire service.
    Jordan Reynolds
  • Paterson: assume no trade deal with EU October 20, 2017
    Britain should assume that there will be no trade deal with the EU to end the continued uncertainty, says a leading Shropshire Brexit campaigner.
    Mark Andrews

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