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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (September 24, 2019)

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'Serious concern' over homes plan; REGENERATION. 115
A&E music found to help with dementia; UK & WORLD. 112
Abigial remains cool at refrigeration business. 125
Accountancy team welcomes new faces. 221
Adams demanding more from Newport; Grassroots. RUGBY by Lewis Cox 640
Advice on offer in leadership. 137
Alan straight back in the title hunt. 201
All ship-shape again after vandal attack. Report by Lucy Todman 380
Alport can't lose in final showpiece - boss. 208
Amber receives a green light from manufacturer. 189
Annual profits increase. 128
Apprentices join in adventure training. 201
Armed police arrest man at railway station; STAR BRIEFING. 109
Author sells film rights to debut novel after receiving rave reviews. Report by Keri Trigg 316
Bailiffs seize goods at firms. 164
Bairstow out, but four get their first call-ups. 135
Benefits of outdoor play. 715
Brexit deal edging closer, claims Gove. Report by Peter Madeley 359
Buildings will turn purple for polio day. 195
Business roadshow heads to Ludlow. 240
Busy days as year of events set in motion; Farming talk Tom Goatman Travel narrative 354
Calls made to tighten taxi licence rules; COUNCIL. 102
Caravan storage facility attracts strong demand. 108
Carl joins the team at insurance broker. 127
Chamber targets young members. 276
Changes to infrastructure levy to aid developers. 281
Charity says 3.6m in UK now vape; UK & WORLD. 230
CHARITY Shop has food to help causes. 113
Clear who pulls strings at Labour. 179
Cliff railway reveals reason behind fault; Work on electrical motor will require another two-day closure. Report by Dominic Robertson 395
Cock a doodle doo me a favour; STAR BRIEFING. 201
College helping to reduce skills gap. 283
Community grants tender is launched. 193
Company seeks culture change The [...]. 120
Company teams up with Telford. 415
Confidence remains strong in investment. 324
Consortium: We won't build on country park. Report by Rory Smith 334
Consortium: We won't build on country park. Report by Rory Smith 331
Construction firm launches offices. Report by James Pugh 413
Contractor Pave Aways set to build on success. 330
Council-backed kitchen company opens in town. 143
Couple relieved as return comes just in time. Report by Harriet Evans 493
Cover all wedding planning bases. REBECCA STANLEY offers top tips for wedding preparations 521
Cultivation franchise announced. 172
Deadline is looming for a water abstraction licence. 174
Detective hopefuls in new programme. 105
Doctor warns over loss of x-ray facility. Report by Rory Smith 339
Dom's delight as Test call-up arrives at last. 405
DONATION Cancer support group PS1k gift. 101
Donations flood in for charity. Report by Charlotte Bentley 348
Education hub 'can stop brain drain'. 166
Eerily quiet at check-in. Report by Megan Archer 838
Employers are warned about copyright dangers. 140
Encore shortlisted in awards. 253
Event gets Budgen backing. 263
Event to focus on digitalisation. 238
Excellent recognition for Hatchers Solicitors. 124
Farage set to mop up votes. 187
Farm buying group reveals record PS800,000 crop rebate. 309
Fears over barn conversion rise. 392
Filtermist cements its global presence at show. 321
Firm welcomes new face Chris. 136
Firms urged to join recycling campaign. 292
Focusing in on kids' eye health; To mark National Eye Health Week (September 23-29), we look at why it is vital to visit the optician and have your children's eyes tested. 393
Football-mad Georgina aims to score with business scholarship. Report by David Banner 326
Fosun speaks of its dismay at failure of rescue plan. 242
Free pesticide disposal scheme being offered. 144
Fresh air, sun and a healthy life. 266
Gav wants to keep Bucks on even keel. 262
Gazebo and outdoor bar must be removed. 308
Graduate's success is celebrated. 182
Greener Living Fair is to return at town hall. 110
Halls celebrates local pub sales. 217
Haughmond's run is ended. 121
Honesty is not always the best policy; PICKS OF THE DAY. 509
Illumined set to light up action. 633
Indoor numbers rise this winter. 200
Inspectors praise 'impressive' school. Report by Andrew Morris Local Democracy Reporter 318
Invitation to employment law seminars. 306
Islabikes celebrates the official opening of HQ. 309
Issie ready to brave the shave. Report by Lucy Todman 307
IT specialist secures a three-year contract. 310
Jack celebrates three triumphs. 198
JDP creates room with a unique Shropshire view. 294
Keep a watch on your fitness. 273
Key promotions announced at company. 263
Landlords struggling with new legislation. 373
Lanyon Bowdler enjoys another successful year. 522
Lily leads the teams out for Europe clash. 182
Local jobs created by a growing firm. 440
Long journey home for diverted passengers. Report by Megan Archer 391
Lorna claims Champion of Champions crown. 109
Magnificent seven for company. 192
Man charged after town centre stabbing; COURTS. 109
Manufacturer launches updated website. Website overview 203
Member of Land Rover theft gang will pay back only PS10. 212
Messi named the world's best player. 122
Mid-tier jobs are made redundant [...]. 106
Mike Ashley makes PS3.8m bid for Goals. 259
MKM Telford receives a glowing review in mag. 129
Mortgage broker moves into county town. 149
MP reselected to stand for election. 253
Naked truth of day swimming pool sank. 683
Nation's dampness a 'risk to wall art'. 184
Network Telecom shortlisted for award. 239
New officer to deal with empty homes. Report by Andrew Morris Local Democracy Reporter 313
New officers are needed to take on league. 229
New partnership to allow firms to upskill their staff. 284
New unit set to help Torus target plastics. 350
No changes to staff despite amalgamation. 137
No place is better than home. 430
Northwood makes double acquisition. 336
Partnership launched to tackle cyber crime. 191
PCB and charity team up to provide free wills. 246
Pears strike before rain hits. 108
Pick of products to pamper you. 298
Police find body in search for woman; NEWS BRIEFING. 142
Protesters' plea over homes bid; NEWS BRIEFING. 170
Research to look into innovative technology. 171
Revellers enjoy all the fun of the fair. Report by Dominic Robertson 322
Ricketts: Town are one for all. Lewis Cox 328
Sad to see shops go. 110
School taking stock of history. Report by Rob Smith 151
Scrutiny at council 'needs an update'. Report by Alex Moore Local Democracy Reporter 306
Shrewsbury enjoys investment surge. 437
Shrewsbury has edge over London. 174
Signs that your child might have a problem with their vision. 102
Skipper Peate salutes Wem's team spirit. 336
SMI appoints a sales manager. 211
Son not told by council about mother's move to care home. 232
Son's poignant letter on the eve of battle; NOSTALGIA with Toby Neal. 434
Spying for the Russians like 'joining the army'. Report by David Banner 261
STRANDED. Report by Sue Austin 440
strengthens property department. 222
Strong activity in commercial market. 278
Strong demand for county properties. Report by James Pugh 244
Super Shifnal march on with win number six. 431
Take advantage of telecoms offer. 345
Take the focus off trying to be the perfect parent. 677
TALK Historical look at iconic rose. 119
Talking points from under the lights. 477
Taxi licence changes 'diluted local control'. Report by Alex Moore Local Democracy Reporter 368
Tears on the final flight for famous travel firm. Report by Thomas Parkes 382
Teen to compete in Cup at Horse of Year show. 121
Thanks for the campaigning. 195
THE BBC weather forecasters introduced [...]. PETER RHODES 516
The only way to get out of this is no deal. 235
The wrong direction of travel. 386
Three fire crews tackle blaze at terraced house. 103
Thug left victim with broken eye socket. Report by Nick Humphreys 354
Top tips to ace the gym. 858
Town are one for all - Ricketts. 256
Town catches Beatles fever. Report by Dominic Robertson 393
Tractor run fundraisers go Dutch. Report by Rob Smith 264
Traore so thrilled to fight back. 268
Traore thrilled to fight back. Joe Edwards 321
Treat obesity like a disease, urge experts; UK & WORLD. 138
Trial starts on stabbing case; STAR BRIEFING. 146
Trophies are up for grabs in two veterans' leagues. 192
Turbulent times; Thomas Cook's collapse brings the curtain down on 178 years of history for the company - so where did it come from, and what caused it to crumble? Thom Kennedy 992
Uncertainty and dismay from those hit by crisis. 682
Video business enjoying record year. 239
Vigil to be held for surgery closure; NEWS BRIEFING. 187
Village homes scheme starts. 146
Wait for a new heart doubles; UK & WORLD. 150
Wales race out of the blocks. 148
Wales to play game behind closed doors. 231
Watkins is pleased to see some fight from his Tigers. 537
We must stop fighting and unite, urges Tom; Deputy leader's message to party after surviving conference coup. Report by Peter Madeley Conference news 763
Why an LPA can prove crucial. 300
Wildcard Luke edged out in tie-break thriller. 433
Will stars never learn dangers of social media? Sports thoughts With Lewis Cox 433
Wizard of Oz celebrated at cinema. 287
Woosie back at Forest of Arden. 263
Worrying number unaware of fire door safety. 191
Worthington guides Bayley boys to glory; Bowls. Lewis Cox 480
Writer Jesse wins Emmy at LA awards. Report by Sue Austin 355
Year of growth for Culina Group. 427
Yorkshire punish Bears. 112
Youngs set to level Wilkinson record for England caps. 310
Your stars today. Russell Grant 1144

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