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New board to 'explain' Clive. Sep 25, 2020 227
Sainsbury's plan for town finally given go-ahead; Up to 150 jobs set to be created by new retail development. Sep 24, 2020 234
Appeal to recruit firefighters. Sep 21, 2020 221
20mph limits for schools years off; Road safety project could cost PS2.9m says report to council. Sep 19, 2020 282
Council meeting targeted by 'sick' computer hacker; Racist slurs and gruesome videos interrupt town discussion. Sep 18, 2020 231
Supermarket bid set for approval; Final designs for store to go before planning committee. Sep 18, 2020 314
Council to debate fate of town's Clive statue a third time. Sep 17, 2020 360
Campsite will increase as proposals expect approval; Plans for change of use for area of woodland to include more pitches and host more visitors. Sep 17, 2020 375
DATE AT LAST FOR BIG TOWN REVAMP. Sep 16, 2020 290
No evidence of hospital link to virus outbreaks at care homes. Sep 16, 2020 218
Plea for homes developers to follow stricter green laws; Councillors urge authority to take stronger stance after climate emergency was declared. Sep 16, 2020 407
Plea for developers to follow green laws. Sep 16, 2020 344
HQ sale 'would pay for revamp' PS10m for Shirehall would be used to 'transform town'. Sep 16, 2020 369
Cabinet member hits back at 'safe streets' delay criticism; Councillor says report is due to be presented on 20mph limit outside all schools in county. Sep 16, 2020 407
Drop-in shops to open after successful pilot; New council measures follow significant restrictions on Shirehall use. Sep 15, 2020 683
ECONOMY RE-BOOT NOW TOP PRIORITY. Sep 15, 2020 399
Plea for action on car-free zones near county schools; Councillor dismayed after successful motion asking for new measure still not implemented. Sep 14, 2020 382
Racist comments over fire service; Abuse sparked by taster days aimed at minority groups. Sep 12, 2020 290
Mayor's account 'locked' after bank thought he was deceased. Obituary Sep 9, 2020 287
Group set up to look at problems caused by big agricultural vehicles. Sep 9, 2020 595
Travellers' home plan for pony field in village turned down by council. Sep 9, 2020 264
Unspent funding to be transferred for apprentices; Council to allocate cash to firms to help bolster workforce. Sep 1, 2020 227
PS100M FLOOD BANK BID TO SAVE TOWNS; Report warns about risk of not controlling River Severn. Aug 29, 2020 337
Ideas needed for climate plan. Aug 26, 2020 204
Mobile service will replace village post office for two hours a week. Aug 26, 2020 274
Vow to fight houses on meadow. Aug 25, 2020 380
Four-star hotel to be closed amid hopes for new housing; Owners of historic building reveal plans are currently being drawn up for its transformation. Aug 25, 2020 382
Threatened tree granted reprieve; Landmark at risk as part of plans to install a CCTV camera. Aug 24, 2020 294
Homes plan refused after design criticism. Aug 21, 2020 260
NO RETURN TO SHIREHALL FOR COUNCIL STAFF; Authority reveals HQ will never fully reopen to workers. Aug 20, 2020 365
Vacant shops in town could become church. Aug 18, 2020 295
Homes plan for former care home site is expected to clear next hurdle. Aug 13, 2020 252
Post Office pledges to retain service in village. Aug 7, 2020 314
Objections lodged to PS8.6m hotel and restaurant project; Councillor says scheme does not fit with Local Plan and would increase peak-time traffic. Aug 6, 2020 352
Calls for county 'emissions budget' over climate crisis; Council chief says region's biggest sources of carbon come from transport and industry. Aug 5, 2020 374
Permission given by committee to expand quarry to neighbouring site. Jul 30, 2020 264
Shopping centres considered for council services instead of Shirehall. Jul 21, 2020 561
Council agrees PS1.5 million to spend on homeless help; Money from developers will be used on temporary homes to get people off the streets. Jul 20, 2020 399
Council agrees PS8m pot for schools and roads projects; Major schemes will be brought forward after commitment is made by local authority. Jul 18, 2020 360
Questions over machinery sales plan for old airfield; Planning officers recommend approval despite objections from wildlife group and council. Jul 16, 2020 375
Traffic-free 'school streets' to be considered by council; Campaigners say it will encourage people to walk and cycle while helping the environment. Jul 15, 2020 360
Council under fire over its record on pothole repairs across county. Jul 14, 2020 248
Calls made for a referendum on whether statue of Clive should stay. Jul 11, 2020 542
PS8.6m plan for hotel and shops submitted; Applicant says development would generate nearly 100 new jobs. Jul 10, 2020 299
No rise in suicide rates for county during pandemic; Mental health teams praised for vital work during virus crisis. Jul 9, 2020 218
Council pledge to 'lead by example' to tackle racism and discrimination. Jul 8, 2020 258
How rural parishes have shone in face of dark times during lockdown. Jul 8, 2020 509
Plea for North West Relief Road rethink in wake of crisis. Jul 8, 2020 456
Council could sell off its HQ after home working used in lockdown. Jul 8, 2020 557
Carbon neutral plans for town. Jul 7, 2020 228
Town council pledge over pension fund. Jul 6, 2020 324
Vacant shop will be converted into a flat after scheme is given the nod. Jul 4, 2020 280
Sadness as balloon carnival is called off. Jul 4, 2020 318
Pub's unique attempt to build sheds in garden as punters set to return. Jul 2, 2020 273
Campaigners in call for pension fund changes. Jun 30, 2020 279
Boxing club is given the go-ahead despite fears over potential noise. Jun 30, 2020 264
Hot air balloons 'can still launch'. Jun 30, 2020 321
Service praised for crisis efforts; Fire crews delivered PPE across county to help fight spread. Jun 29, 2020 286
Plan to create second traffic island on busy route gets the green light. Jun 27, 2020 269
Caravan park plan to halve golf course. Jun 25, 2020 360
Fire services could use a single control centre. Jun 23, 2020 451
Ex-council headquarters to be demolished for housing. Jun 20, 2020 321
Anti-social behaviour order will stay in town until 2023; Council cabinet agrees to extend special powers in effort to control graffiti and urinating. Jun 17, 2020 339
Parking permits for holiday lets scheme agreed; Owners will now be able to buy annual passes for PS100. Jun 17, 2020 239
'RELAX SOCIAL MEASURES TO HELP SCHOOLS' Councillors say not all pupils can return unless guidelines eased. Jun 15, 2020 527
VIRUS HITS THIRD OF CARE HOMES. Jun 12, 2020 250
Affordable homes for village backed; Development has mixture of rented and shared ownership. Jun 10, 2020 422
THOUSANDS SIGN STATUE PETITIONS. Jun 9, 2020 352
THOUSANDS SIGN STATUE PETITIONS. Jun 9, 2020 349
Flats plan dropped for houses and bungalows. Jun 9, 2020 281
Rape cases involved youngsters under 10; Figures released by police also revealed children linked to 25 assaults. Jun 8, 2020 270
Multi-storey car park idea pitched for town. Jun 4, 2020 274
Children's home gets go-ahead despite fears. Jun 4, 2020 287
Fresh plans lodged for housing scheme. Jun 4, 2020 348
No going back to council's old working ways, staff told; Authority expects more people to be based from home in future and to utilise technology. Jun 1, 2020 405
Children's home on the cards despite concerns. Jun 1, 2020 297
Former pub site given the green light for new homes; Councillors give application the go-ahead despite receiving objections against the plans. Jun 1, 2020 393
Happy ending after show family's new home is approved. May 29, 2020 404
Controversial historic house plans approved. May 29, 2020 381
PS30k contract for expert to boost town after lockdown; Consultant is to be hired by council to help draw up recovery plan and attract investment. May 27, 2020 360
Troubled homes put in focus. May 25, 2020 202
Praise for volunteer groups from council. May 21, 2020 306
Travellers' base set for former recycling centre. May 20, 2020 297
County's teachers thanked for 'making vital difference' Open letter from council chiefs praise school staff for their efforts during the lockdown. May 20, 2020 393
Pupils 'wait too long for disability care'. May 19, 2020 332
New restrictions on street advert boards are drawn up; Suggested rules on size, weight, position and style could come into force later this year. May 18, 2020 347
PLEDGE MADE ON SUPPLIES OF PPE. May 16, 2020 239
CHIEF CALLS FOR NEW CYCLE LANES. May 15, 2020 250
Boutique hotel plan is approved for Catherine of Aragon's former home. May 14, 2020 496
Carbon-neutral hotel to 'create jobs and trade'. May 14, 2020 331
Questions for council over centres purchase. May 11, 2020 283
Healthcare improvements at prison hailed as 'significant achievement'. May 9, 2020 270
Ownership of shopping centres 'still offshore'. May 8, 2020 303
Call for a rethink on 1,000-home power station bid; Experts warn about threats to environment and wildlife. May 7, 2020 240
Safeguarding boards set to merge after cabinet backing; Priorities for the new partnership agreed to include domestic abuse, exploitation and neglect. May 2, 2020 337
Council's land sale had 'serious failings'. May 2, 2020 618
Discussions are taking place over reopenig county's waste centres. May 1, 2020 248
Travellers pitch plan for paddock; Couple 'concerned for family during coronavirus outbreak'. Apr 28, 2020 284
Call for roadworks to be finished during lockdown. Apr 27, 2020 369
Councils are working together over temporary mortuary at RAF base. Apr 25, 2020 252

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