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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (July 1, 2020)

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4,000 people in challenge set by museum for war anniversary. 345
500-mile ride raises PS1,700. 366
700 pilot jobs could be axed by EasyJet. 190
Alert as fraudsters steal PS40,000 from residents in 'Amazon' phone scam. 244
Apprentices rise to the challenge. 169
Articles sparked fond memories of the beautiful game; LETTERS. 297
Back to school at tourist venue. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 329
Barnett signs new contract. 265
Bigger premises for food service. 174
Bilic hoping his wake-up call works. 641
Chance to show off home gyms as competition gets launched. 182
Cheers and boos for landlords in village that is split by the border. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 871
Christmas could come early to give Ollie Catterick Crown. 525
Cinema chain pushes back reopening date. DAVID BANNER 284
City's Sane is sold to Bayern. 170
Co-op cash gifts for good causes. 180
COMMENT In the years. 185
COMMENT It is common. 344
Council setting a good example. 167
Crackdown on modern slavery in rural settings. LISA O'BRIEN 453
Cricketer loses bid to have rape conviction overturned. 222
Deaths. Obituary 1014
Decision to be made over 18 new houses. 173
Disused chapel being converted. 158
Drayton ready to take first step towards new season. 260
England squad given all-clear from Covid-19. 204
Ex-Wolves owner extends support. 252
Fantastic plan for free kids' fun. 271
Farm attraction will reopen next week. 232
Farmland could be used to build 55 affordable homes; Plans would include nearly PS300,000 for amenities, schools and play facilities near the site. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 370
Fears coming alive for Hong Kong 23 years on. 870
Fernandes at the double as United outclass the Seagulls. 312
Firms are pessimistic - but less gloomy than rest of UK. 269
Fuming residents accuse council of dismal attempt to fix county's 'worst road'. ROB SMITH 279
Funding secured for new Masters. 168
Gardener's stunning tribute. RORY SMITH 307
Gardens helping wildlife flourish. 179
Half a million now dead across world; Coronavirus continues to spread as countries weigh up how to tackle the crisis without destroying their economy or losing popular support. 640
Health services being restored. 292
How Jonny's become a vital cog for Wolves. Wolves With Joe Edwards 670
How we wheeled out hundreds of Bromptons to get doctors and nurses to work. 249
I still have plenty left to give a club - Hart. 218
Impressive house boasts interesting features including a swimming pool; MARKET DRAYTON PS650,000. 239
Inspiration comes from the heart of the Great Depression. 405
International Centre 'needs to be used for outpatients' Former health boss pitches proposal to take pressure off county's 'normal' hospital sites. 352
It is now 100 days since the UK's '[...]. DR ARNE ROSE SATH MEDICAL DIRECTOR 577
It's difficult to believe it. One hundred days have passed. ANDY RICHARDSON 396
Keepers to battle for No.1 shirt. 254
Make sure they didn't die in vain; LETTERS. 165
Mayor 'understands' need for restrictions. FIONA SMITH 431
Molineux hope for Wolves' Euro clash. 241
MP in tribute to the armed forces. 170
New Deal nothing more than recycling old money, claims First Minister. 208
Now that John Wayne. PETER RHODES 490
Our factories must work together to make region a centre of excellence. JOHN CORSER 739
Our shop has reached out to vulnerable. 258
Petition calling to save Welsh place names has been signed by 15,000. 386
Physio Bruno in fine shape. 306
Plans in place for club game. Lewis Cox 301
Plant sale in aid of hospice funds. 153
PM's New Deal 'will make Britain stronger than ever' Boris promises nation can build its way back to health with multi-million pound projects. PETER MADELEY POLITICAL EDITOR 766
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. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 419
Priest appeals for 'systemic' change after George's death; Reverend recalls how her own cousin died in custody under 'mysterious circumstances'. DEBORAH HARDIMAN 868
Prominent drug dealer told to repay PS146,000 by court judge. 319
PS35m virus blow as holidays firm swings to half year loss; On the Beach suffered a PS34.1m pre-tax loss as its bookings started drying up in late March. JAMES PUGH 284
Public Notices. Public notice 521
Pubs ready for a Welsh invasion as the rules change. 256
Rebels march to highlight 'inadequate' climate targets. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 353
Runners are up for a challenge. 371
Saints swoop for Smith, and target one last deal. With Lewis Cox 561
Staff are thrilled after reopening. 210
Stark warning over 'impact'. 223
Stokes steps in as England captain. 213
Students learning to become employable. 219
Survey: Children gaining weight. 279
SVR releases atmospheric films. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 341
Targeted action on virus in Leicester 'has not worked'. 276
Tens of thousands of women are missing out on vital smear tests. DAVID BANNER 269
The girl who had her own rail station. TOBY NEAL 352
To Cut a Long Story Short, Hadley has been offered a Lifeline. It's True! 197
Total darkness usually lasts for about 90 minutes in July. 252
Town's academy planning to add new classrooms and dining hall. 317
Treat for wildflower meadow fans. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 315
Up to 250 airport staff facing axe. 160
Water supply off as pipe broken. 172
We do still need to take virus seriously; LETTERS. 207
We must hang on to some positives from lockdown; LETTERS. 325
Welsh food is fit for a future king. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 377
Why Brazil is key to UK's search for final escape from Covid nightmare. 1583
Wolves old boys' tribute to NHS aid work. 487
Your stars today. Russell Grant 1149

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