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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (August 18, 2020)

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Abrahams: We're improving. STUART DUNN sportsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 582
Appeal to keep beavers in rivers. 176
Artist inspired by home town. SUE AUSTIN sue.austin@mnamedia.co.uk 298
Autumn advice is offered on calving for beef herds. 190
Bafta winner Linn to give an exclusive cinema interview. PIPPA ARMSTRONG newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 254
Baggies complete PS8m Pereira deal. 202
Bears on brink of a big defeat. 174
Beauty spot visitors to walk in the footsteps of refugees. 329
Bicycle museum to reopen doors. 165
Bittersweet memories of family life in a Japanese internment camp. ROB SMITH rob.smith@mnamedia.co.uk 781
Boss hopes to see new style. Lewis Cox lewis.cox@mnamedia.co.uk 300
Bright spark Sara has sunflower inspiration. 305
Charitable trust set to mark its anniversary by expanding work. 479
Classic cars recreated for 60th anniversary of E-type Jag. 359
COMMENT. 509
Could Wolves profit from the fire-sale at Valencia? JOE EDWARDS joe.edwards@mnamedia.co.uk 625
Data shows a surge in poultry farming plans. KAREN COMPTON karen.compton@mnamedia.co.uk 294
Deaths. 953
Dedicated test and trace teams to bolster efforts across the county. LISA O'BRIEN lisa.obrien@mnamedia.co.uk 285
Drone technology to deliver farm supplies. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 306
Drop in Japan's economy worst since world war, new data shows. 184
EDITOR'S PICKS. 513
Elderly women without any children could triple. PIPPA ARMSTRONG newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 500
Electric vehicle points are installed in county. 180
Enthusiasts all of a flutter as falcon chicks fly the nest for second time. 160
Ex-Dragons hero Davies has cancer. 172
EXAMS U-TURN AS PRESSURE MOUNTS. THOMAS PARKES thomas.parkes@mnamedia.co.uk 497
Eyes to the skies for 'Thank You NHS' Spitfire spectacular. 256
Factory site sold to real estate investment firm; It is hoped the sale of the large commercial property will attract new jobs to county town. JAMES PUGH BUSINESS EDITOR 452
FARMING TALK. BEN WILLIAMS 205
FILM CHOICES. 194
Final tribute to long-serving teacher. SUE AUSTIN sue.austin@mnamedia.co.uk Obituary 306
Floods cause new store to close. 284
Future of town's historic canal yard under the spotlight at trust event. 175
Group launches virtual event. 241
Hannah's challenge for charity. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 325
Harry reveals how to make TV. PIPPA ARMSTRONG newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 362
Head North for value bet. 397
Help for older farmers and agricultural workers is offered by groups. 194
Hundreds sign petition in call for new health centre; CCG warns if latest plans are overturned town may face future without a medical practice. LISA O'BRIEN lisa.obrien@mnamedia.co.uk 378
Ineffective badger cull needs to be replaced by vaccine; LETTERS. 274
Invite to apply for energy grant. 242
Jigsaw to close up to 20 of its outlets after trade plummets. 329
Kevin's barrow is wheely fast! 172
Labour: Cutting self-employed help would come at worst possible time. SIMON STONE newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 282
Leach fires Shifnal to another win in first of a double. LEWIS COX lewis.cox@mnamedia.co.uk 527
Library service joins scheme to give book packs to youngsters. 309
Liquidation for Debenhams would only be a last resort; A restructuring firm has been appointed to work on the plan in case a buyer is not found. JOHN CORSER john.corsre@mnamedia.co.uk 259
Lockdown sees thousands saved. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 341
Master author Peter keeps on running after 50 years; Mystery writer celebrates half a century of success with awards from home and abroad. TOBY NEAL toby.neal@mnamedia.co.uk 487
Memorial unveiled to wartime airmen who died in crash. 325
Mental health self-help video course on offer. 164
Merry makeover for retail mecca. 170
Midland League clubs set for September 5 return to action. 491
Millions of trees lost to wind farms; LETTERS. 254
Mobile unit sets up shop in town. 296
Mother 'struck with a hammer by intruder demanding money'. DEBORAH HARDIMAN deborah.hardiman@mnamedia.co.uk 295
MP criticises algorithm use for A-level exam results. 404
Natural world is taken for granted; LETTERS. 165
One in three is unsure of return. 294
Our finalists are named for the British Farmers Awards. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 324
Partnership to help Jupiter provide traceable produce to consumers. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 246
People urged not to put off visiting their GP due to coronavirus anxieties. 243
PICKS OF THE DAY. 439
PM: 'Future Fit hospital plans are progressing'. LISA O'BRIEN lisa.obrien@mnamedia.co.uk 446
Power giant helps small firms recover in region. JAMES PUGH BUSINESS EDITOR 438
Predictions that county could become magnet for city dwellers. 190
Printing company signs a deal with US manufacturer. 220
Project aiming to help Cairngorms. 157
Properties 'flying out of the door' as homes sale boom gathers pace. MARK ANDREWS mark.andrews@mnamedia.co.uk 554
Proposal for lodges near county marina approved. 255
Public Notices. Public notice 1051
Regional business leader warns of economy challenges. 389
Ronnie building a lasting legacy. 192
Rubbish is gold for new sitcom. SUE AUSTIN sue.austin@mnamedia.co.uk 370
Slight fall in Eat Out to Help Out. 174
Something to stir fans of Bond. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 364
Stay clear of mountains, novices warned. 203
Steam Rally off due to Covid-19. 172
Stores to hold a food collection. 173
Stress of uncertainty is taking a toll on students. NEIL HOMER CHILDLINE WEST MIDLANDS 792
Student is angered by the 'rubbish algorithm'. 181
Students get last chance to apply for PS5k bursary. 284
Support call for miners' tribute. 173
TALKING POINT. KATIE HUGHES-BEDDOWS 444
Teenagers take cause to door of minister; It has been a time of stress and uncertainty, but finally there is clarity for students who showed their anger by staging a march to the office of the man in charge. DOMINIC ROBERTSON CHIEF REPORTER 1368
Telford set to face Wrexham and Notts. 220
The authorities probably guessed exam [...]. PETER RHODES 496
The Government's Education Department had [...]. ANDY RICHARDSON 338
The only thing we are guaranteed is increased poverty; LETTERS. 307
Town welcomes return of a free family music and fun festival. 173
Training to help violence victims. 163
Triathletes back in saddle for event. SUE AUSTIN sue.austin@mnamedia.co.uk 307
Tributes paid to 'gentle giant'. 177
UK 'does not accept' result of 'fraudulent' Belarus election. 259
Union wanting flexible tickets. 235
University students told to check safety when renting; Be alert to potential dangerous conditions when moving to new accommodation says report. DANIEL MORRIS FEATURES WRITER 336
Vacant shops in town could become church. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 295
VICE-CHANCELLOR UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON. PROFESSOR GEOFF LAYER 549
Villa hope to hang on to Douglas. 170
Wales goes with the teachers too. 229
Williamson move is welcomed by union. 165
Wolves handed a PS10m boost from duo. 199
Work to begin on removing diseased trees. 198
Your stars today. Russell Grant 1161

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