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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (August 8, 2020)

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'Lost driver' hits listed building. RORY SMITH 335
'Not the time for Scottish debate'. DAVID BANNER 350
'Reckless' teens are criticised for stunts in swings. 250
'Unhinged' art goes on display. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 329
'Unwieldy' council committee move; Group being slimmed down after members 'just turned up'. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 443
'Very pleasing' courts can return to normal; Impact of closures has been significant, says police commissioner. KAREN COMPTON 304
'We can't take our eye off the ball now'. 227
A head full of stories to tell; what it's like to be a writer. Heather Large 946
A&E 'back at pre-Covid levels'. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 170
About 28,000 cases at home. 153
Airport demo call for urgent support; Aviation workers and bosses unite in appeal to Chancellor. JOHN CORSER 484
All I really craved was some peace; Rugby star Jonny Wilkinson chats to Gabrielle Fagan about mental health, fear of failure and being fitter than ever. Jonny Wilkinson 1318
Archives getting ready to reopen. 177
Around world challenge in Andrew's memory nears end; Colleagues have completed 25,000 kilometres of their global trip in aid of Cancer Research UK. SUE AUSTIN CHIEF REPORTER 375
Art competitions for youngsters. 154
Avoid the crowds in remote UK; GREAT ESCAPE. 440
Awards given to top apprentices. 164
Baked treats we have all been dreaming about. 506
Binge on mixed bag of film treats; We review the latest films to stream, download or rent on DVD/Blu-ray. 1972
Bird Feeding Station with Four Feeders. 311
Bull is let loose to complete his hat-trick at the Curragh. 420
CELEBRITY GOSSIP; bits & bobs. 787
Chance to apply for crisis funds. 157
Charities shortlisted to win rural funding. 187
Charity that lost PS2m in lockdown to reopen store in town centre. 339
Children of God member jailed. 248
Church launches timely reminder about appeal to fix its clock face. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 227
City through to quarter finals. 181
Contrasting flavours help top chef to create perfectly balanced dishes. ANDY RICHARDSON 1016
Corrie baddie is centre stage to help theatre; Street villain Ian Bartholomew becomes the good guy and takes on a starring role to champion a local cause that is close to his heart. ANDREW MORRIS 2001
Cost of Covid-19 in county could create PS20m gap. 321
Daisy badges and bags help brighten spirits at care home. 296
Deaths. Obituary 1506
Dedicated workers are honoured. 210
Delicate taste and a meaty texture makes John Dory a firm favourite. ANDY RICHARDSON Recipe 530
Delicious dish dispels cuisine stereotypes. Recipe 424
Desperate appeal launched for volunteers to save hall. 240
Did the Gov hold back equipment? LETTERS. 178
Dipping a toe in the return of cruise holidays. 455
Does she believe Britain was unique? LETTERS. 224
Don't sing in the car - or you could spread the virus, health chiefs warn. PETER MADELEY 266
Early signs that infection growth rate may be on the increase in UK. 226
Energy bills are set to be slashed. 188
Events programme for festival unveiled. 168
Face masks rules for council-run buildings. 190
Fans can't wait to face Sevilla in quarter-finals. JOE EDWARDS 270
Filling and delicious, campfire fishcakes the perfect feast. 236
Five minutes with ... Chai Hansen and Josh Thomson. 573
Flats application for former site of factory under consideration. 171
Flower power during lockdown. 266
Flower power of lockdown. RORY SMITH 219
Former MP sentenced over child images on computer. 396
Foster parents desperately needed because of pandemic, says agency. RORY SMITH 409
Four health benefits of swimming -- for body and mind; LIFE HACKS TIPS & TRICKS. 614
Fresh local gin that hits the spot. 598
Future looks very bright for rugby club as new bar opened. 328
Garden competition helps to cheer up town residents after lockdown. 173
Give your meal some extra zing with chillies. 355
Good that royals will pay respects; LETTERS. 222
Grealish is up for top-flight gong. MATT MAHER 198
Green vision for new HS2 station. JOHN CORSER 308
Happiness is dog shaped in these ruffest of times. ANDY RICHARDSON 829
Hard hobbit to break. Daniel Morris 781
Healthy eating made easier. 230
Help to pick litter along riverbanks. 170
Homegrown: Dodgy; Classic album. 463
Hot chocolate tastes even better outdoors. 186
Hot Water Dispenser. 256
House will not be turned into a children's home. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 433
How to doubt yourself less and believe in yourself more urself more. 876
It's extremely pleasing courts are returning to normal, says chief boss. KAREN COMPTON 265
Jenkins: Eighteen years in Baggies hotseat. JOSEPH MASI 1548
Judge warns of risks in 'naming and shaming'. DEBORAH HARDIMAN 503
Killer who was trusted by victim is locked up for a minimum 29 years. SIMON STONE 540
Lessons in life from Dylan. 619
Let quality of meat shine through with simple garnish. ANDY RICHARDSON 490
Life in the monster seat; THIS WEEK'S GAMES. 466
Lockdown boost for chocolatiers. 260
Make a splash with your own water featuree; HOW TO GARDEN GUIDE. 574
Make your staycation rose with Vins de Provence; DRINKS CUPBOARD. 651
Marco Polo; weekend recommends. 207
Merlin; weekend recommends. 227
Minister: Enjoy weather safely. 196
MoD fire call to breakfast burnt in a microwave. 271
More big names are out of the US Open. 177
Mum's year-long run for charity. 279
Nature lovers can take part in national BUTTERAY count. 252
Never tire of animal magic. 301
New alliance between hospitals welcomed by chief executive. LISA O'BRIEN 220
Nick's stay-home sojourn a far cry from consonants and conundrums; COUNTDOWN. 1014
Nicol has got big plans for Wolves. 196
Nostalgia shopping takes the biscuit. HEATHER LARGE 801
On February 15, the TV [...]. ANDY RICHARDSON 386
One in five businesses get virus support during crisis; Figures reveal that finance industry has now provided PS3.46bn to struggling firms in the region. JOHN CORSER 373
Only two at site self-isolating. 158
Open air theatres could put farmers at centre stage. 346
Pavement trading bid by three businesses. 179
Perez to miss a second weekend after Covid test. 240
PFA will fight L1 salary cap. Matt Maher 292
Pop singer Fontana dies aged 74. 214
Positivity around town pure poetry. 175
Post-lockdown fun at Warwick Castle. 508
Psychedelic trip down memory lane; New albums. 610
Public Notices. Public notice 610
Pure luxury at lakeside spa. Liz Ryan 1053
Quick-thinking public helps to catch two men who stole spirits. 385
RChoicken witah ring trLyon's aDen de at burger bar; While restaurants begin to tentatively open, Andy Richardson visits a restaurant that is taking precautions whilst fighting back to normality. Andy Richardson 1150
Read all about it! Book some me time. 449
Residents want to shop locally. 180
Return of bus services will help residents and boost trade, says councillor. 243
Revamp at schools is under way. 205
Rush for rural homes as lockdown eases. 169
Salute to a true hero of past and present times. 498
Search for dead continues after Beirut blast as questions asked. 180
Shelling out for a seaside plot. 748
Simple measures will keep us safe; LETTERS. 180
So there is a nice side to Corrie's Mr Nasty after all. 166
Soap favourite marks 60 years of murder, mayhem, love triangles and endless drama. 533
Stab attack on medics denied. 169
Standing stone memorial built for Covid-19 victims and their families. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 511
Stressed-out Steve finds a shoulder to cry on; SOAP WATCH. 519
Subtle fruity flavours bring out the best of this popular fish. 385
Sunak warning about holidays. 179
Super strategies for dealing with stress. 665
Surprise spike in house prices as market opens. DAVID BANNER 448
Swimming pools and gyms set to reopen in principality. 503
Tablescaping: The latest trend you need in your life now; Gabrielle Fagan discovers why laying the table is a hot new topic. Gabrielle Fagan 1035
Tasty kebabs an easy feast. ELLA WALKER 375
The future's bright. Heather Large 953
The joy of pets; Andy Richardson talks about the companionship of our furry friends. 972
The Queen's English. It has [...]. SHIRLEY TART 502
The weird, wonderful, and the just plain bonkers. 607
They should know difference between terms being used; LETTERS. 153
THIS WEEK'S ONE TO WATCH: Travel Man's Greatest Trips: Arts and Crafts Friday, C4 at 8pm. 280
Three further flats could be built on site of derelict hotel. 265
Three quarters shopping local. 173
Thumbs-up from instructor Liam. JAMIE BRASSINGTON 316
Tom's feeling wheelie great. 254
Top cycling awards for pair from county. 165
Top job contenders are dozing off at the wheel. 822
Top quality seasonal ingredients so vital for chef's scallop recipe. ANDY RICHARDSON Recipe 954
Travel agent backs campaign for more government help for industry. 175
Travellers taking more to spend. 167
Troubled times return to cobbles of Corrie; ON THE GOGGLEBOX. 622
Two-week half-term plan in case of virus. KAREN COMPTON 367
UK 'lost control' of its borders. 277
Union attacks BA's board as 4,000 lose their jobs. DAVID BANNER 221
University great place to stay, survey shows; Investing in student accommodation proves to be 'a smart move'. JOHN CORSER BUSINESS EDITOR 294
Villa bring in coach to assist boss. 239
Virtual show to support charities. 166
Warning issued paddling dogs at risk of toxic algae exposure. 199
Warning to avoid busy beaches. DAVID BANNER 270
Weatherfield became haven for bad boys and girls. ANDREW MORRIS 668
Weekend recommends; Glee. 216
Weekend recommends; Hannibal. 257
Why cats are purr-fect for home entertainment. 541
Wolves' spending is not hurt by FFP. 259
Wool insulation petition tops 20k. 180
Worshippers can now return to their church. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY 315
Youngsters get their chance for Shropshire. 186
Your stars today. Russell Grant 804

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