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Concern holiday lets create a 'ghost town'. Sep 18, 2020 404
Power station meeting put on hold due to virus restrictions; Rule of Six means gathering to discuss revised plans for 1,000 homes at site cannot go ahead. Sep 17, 2020 389
Reverend calling for a community centre in scheme; Parish council backing church over plans for 470 homes. Sep 15, 2020 204
One-way system has made road near The Wrekin 'very dangerous'. Sep 14, 2020 502
Councillors disagree over whether to return to face-to-face meetings. Sep 14, 2020 241
Virus must not be used as excuse, councillor tells health service chiefs. Sep 12, 2020 240
Steam railway given the green light to get extra opening days on track. Sep 12, 2020 268
Wood burner fuelled by nearly 5k tons of waste timber is approved. Sep 11, 2020 260
Concern over 'little box' houses being planned. Sep 5, 2020 451
Increase in referrals due to mental health; Number and seriousness of cases has gone up during lockdown. Sep 5, 2020 265
Business plan for Victorian landmark ruled 'not viable' Parish council agrees to look at 'alternative option that shares risk' and could include housing. Sep 4, 2020 381
Memorial trees are removed in scheme. Aug 28, 2020 289
Homes earmarked for old primary school site. Aug 28, 2020 269
Farm shop's plans for expansion have been put on hold. Aug 24, 2020 394
Power station line talks with Network Rail still 'ongoing'. Aug 22, 2020 388
PS12m revamp for fire station gets green light. Aug 22, 2020 275
Historic building which played part in Charles II's escape gets new life. Aug 22, 2020 509
Town council joins others in calling climate emergency; Mayor announces a team of experts to decide measures on how to reduce carbon footprint. Aug 15, 2020 372
Health staff may be asked to fill in 'end of life' forms; Exercise is aimed at helping workers empathise with patients and families approaching death. Aug 11, 2020 366
House will not be turned into a children's home. Aug 8, 2020 433
A&E 'back at pre-Covid levels'. Aug 8, 2020 170
'Unwieldy' council committee move; Group being slimmed down after members 'just turned up'. Aug 8, 2020 443
Rise in demand for mental health services is 'a result of pandemic'. Aug 6, 2020 245
Staff available to help with inquiries at community site; Library is open for four hours a week but is not able to welcome larger groups at the moment. Aug 3, 2020 386
Fire engines 'struggle' to travel round estate. Aug 1, 2020 460
COUNTY READY FOR SECOND VIRUS PEAK. Jul 29, 2020 291
Pensions chief is 'very serious' on eco investments; Questions on ethics behind public sector fund commitments. Jul 29, 2020 224
COUNTY READY FOR SECOND VIRUS PEAK. Jul 29, 2020 294
Refusal of 27 homes is upheld by inspector. Jul 28, 2020 290
Extra electric vehicle charge points to support green goals; Council admits current number 'inadequate' as it aims to become carbon-neutral by 2030. Jul 25, 2020 428
FLOODS FUNDING FEAR FOR GORGE. Jul 24, 2020 291
Nostalgia 'can't save cinema'. Jul 24, 2020 232
Discussions over defining council social media use; Standards officer suggests tightening rule on personal posts. Jul 24, 2020 213
Care homes praised for caution. Jul 23, 2020 306
Quarry firm bidding to extract three million tonnes of sand and gravel. Jul 22, 2020 273
Key workers praised for work during pandemic. Jul 21, 2020 462
Brewery hoping to toast the opening of a pub and hotel; Plans recommended for approval despite concerns over the design and lack of parking spaces. Jul 18, 2020 374
Council's finances 'are in better position than most' say bosses. Jul 17, 2020 226
Police chief won't allow officers to take a knee. Jul 16, 2020 458
Row over town council committee members. Jul 15, 2020 259
School plan to add extra 14 classrooms set for approval; The two-storey building would support extra 300 pupils and cater for special needs education. Jul 14, 2020 344
Covid crisis 'could open the door to fraud' fear; Report warns criminals could seek to exploit council as they believe controls are compromised. Report Jul 13, 2020 356
Fire prevention messaging hit by Covid-19 regulations; Report to authority says in-person awareness-raising events have had to be suspended. Jul 13, 2020 352
Authority resists call to plug cash gap with savings; Cabinet told council faces PS18.6m black hole due to Covid-19. Jul 11, 2020 235
Test and trace system set out for borough businesses; Guidance is given as part of a plan being drawn up to minimise more outbreaks of Covid-19. Jul 8, 2020 355
Fears pub conversion could be in jeopardy. Jul 6, 2020 319
More than 10,000 defer council tax bills in crisis. Jul 4, 2020 476
Police cells used for only 10 detainees during a month; Dramatic drop in custody figures revealed as CPS warns over 10-year backlog of cases. Jul 1, 2020 419
Farmland could be used to build 55 affordable homes; Plans would include nearly PS300,000 for amenities, schools and play facilities near the site. Jul 1, 2020 370
Public should be aware of signs of sexual exploitation and report them. Jun 29, 2020 253
Homicide report awaiting sign-off; Review first launched more than two years ago after murder. Jun 24, 2020 338
Commercial income 'dries up' for council during crisis; Leader says authority was told not to rely on grants despite spiralling lockdown costs. Jun 23, 2020 367
Concern over upgrade work on estate's paths. Jun 23, 2020 491
Councillor's flooding action call. Jun 23, 2020 328
Council members targeted by phishing email in scam. Jun 22, 2020 211
Home told to improve its hygiene and safety. Jun 18, 2020 283
Road being used like a 'racetrack' Police chief quizzed on action to slow motorcyclists in town. Jun 18, 2020 481
Council staff 'not aware' of its whistleblowing policies; Questionnaire reveals a lack of understanding about rules and procedures that are in place. Jun 13, 2020 333
Traffic 'nightmare' fear over proposal; Fears planned apartments will worsen rush-hour delays. Jun 13, 2020 350
'Quite a while' before NHS is able to return to normal; Report warns that efforts will be constrained by supply of PPE and need to clean equipment. Jun 12, 2020 381
Force will pay PS10.5m 'divorce' cash in 2021; Settlement agreed between West Mercia and Warwickshire police. Jun 9, 2020 297
Tower block could be demolished with its residents offered new flats. Jun 6, 2020 424
Committee leader defends decision to stream meeting; Councillors express concern after talks broadcast before measure had been discussed. Jun 6, 2020 373
Shopkeepers may trade from their 'front doors'. Jun 5, 2020 450
Major expansion plan is revealed. Jun 5, 2020 226
Pastry company cooks up plans for solar panels; Manufacturer hopes to cut costs and carbon emissions. Jun 4, 2020 220
Dogs' hydrotherapy centre planned for industrial area; Venue for pets to exercise and train will help tackle obesity issues if application approved. Jun 2, 2020 384
Flats plan for listed 18th century house. Jun 2, 2020 294
Changes planned at parish centre to respect guidelines. May 29, 2020 398
Hospital services across county are 'beginning to return to normal'. May 29, 2020 254
Homeless issue can be solved, says chief. May 25, 2020 310
Care firm moving to house despite fears. May 25, 2020 319
Climbing frame plan to boost PE lessons. May 21, 2020 331
Special needs college will open a new campus after getting approval. May 20, 2020 256
Move to lift penalty for not attending meetings. May 19, 2020 293
Former college will be flattened by December. May 18, 2020 296
Supermarket in bid to expand storage space. May 15, 2020 275
Call for house to become a care home for youngsters; Company says aim is to create 'safe, secure and nurturing environment' for children. May 15, 2020 350
Council decides against furlough cash application; U-turn by officials after 'obvious disquiet' about proposal. May 13, 2020 218
CSE inquiry interviewing witnesses remotely during the virus lockdown. May 12, 2020 256
Health debate 'not possible'. May 11, 2020 221
Schools likely to be deep-cleaned; Council leader faces questions about hygiene in public places. May 9, 2020 288
Church ready to convert vacant hall. May 8, 2020 321
Conference centre's fresh bid to expand. May 7, 2020 281
Inadequate work on cells is found in surprise visits; Filler used in police station repairs was 'not up to standard'. May 4, 2020 211
'Golden arches' clutter the area, say planners. May 2, 2020 289
New homes get the go-ahead. May 1, 2020 177
Plan to create 96 homes in borough out for consultation; Proposal is part of an 800-house long-term project initially approved nearly 17 years ago. Apr 29, 2020 290
Concerns over plans for home. Apr 27, 2020 214
Flood-hit properties still recovering months after devastating storms. Apr 24, 2020 439
Plan for 38 homes will be reviewed by council. Apr 23, 2020 275
Ex-builders' yard owner ordered to clear the site. Apr 21, 2020 306
Messages of thanks sent to our 'empathetic' firefighters; Fire service received 36 formal compliments due to its flood and coronavirus responses. Apr 21, 2020 383
Flats block will be replaced over structural concerns. Apr 18, 2020 312
'Shocked' shop owner told to remove shutter. Apr 16, 2020 419
Health trust's gender pay gap is still 12.7pc. Apr 9, 2020 306
Planning chief rejects car wash owner appeal; 'Industrial' look not in keeping with area. Apr 8, 2020 426
Homes on pub's beer garden are rejected as 'incongruous' Planning inspector upholds council decision over scheme for houses at Hare and Hounds. Apr 8, 2020 420
Nine classrooms planned at school; Extension is drawn up to meet 'increased requirements'. Apr 8, 2020 367
Review of boundaries postponed due to virus. Apr 7, 2020 324

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