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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (June 13, 2020)

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'Exciting' times lay ahead as pubs prepare to finally reopen their doors. DAVID BANNER 567
'Fingers crossed' young whale returned to open waters. 360
'Stupid' to remove Fawlty Towers. FIONA SMITH 380
1 Who was the first [...]; Route 39 are specialists in the pub quizmarket supplying weekly general knowledge quizzes to hundreds of pubs throughout the UK. 337
A 'strange' beginning to Villa's Euro defence. 1216
A Caribbean classic topped with a dash of hot sauce. Recipe 350
A little 'pizza' of sunshine! New home delivery service is one of many enterprising food businesses that is staying afloat, writes Andy Richardson. 1289
After Life. 236
Architect of 50-mile trail wins top award. ROB SMITH 329
Archive footage of stars on TV show to be streamed. LIZA RADLEY 296
Athol puzzled by father's mystery memento. TOBY NEAL 509
Authors add to lockdown book. LISA O'BRIEN 301
Beast Mode on for the play-offs; We keep an eye on what sports stars get up to when the sporting world has stopped. 316
Bid to improve safety of food. 152
Boris facing more pressure over handling of care homes during crisis. 206
Bosses are urged to give feedback on struggles during pandemic. 196
Brace yourself for a 'tsunami' of vehicles pouring back on to streets. 289
Brad's Vietnamese duck noodles are cooked with a Carters' twist. ANDY RICHARDSON Recipe 545
Brookes can't wait to get out on the field. 233
BUCKET LIST Cambridge. 458
Business leaders attempt to plot recovery plan for region. 390
Byrne signs on the dotted line for Bucks. 171
Byrne signs on the dotted line for Bucks. 237
Calls to make toast not waste. 154
Care homes are 'happy and safe'. 165
Childcare workers praised for stepping up during pandemic. KAREN COMPTON 413
Choose drought-tolerant plants that can stand the heat. 651
Classic album Public Image Ltd - Album. 416
Clive of India statue should stay where it is 'for historic purposes', says MP. 228
Clive statue should be left where it is says MP. 152
College helps with blueprint. 157
Collingwood set to take on head role. 242
Controversial figure is part of town's rich history; LETTERS. 369
Coronavirus reproduction number remains below one in the region. SIMON STONE 305
Corrupt police officer weeps as he is jailed for five years; Court told constable mined force's computer system to pass on information for cash. DAVID BANNER 424
Council staff 'not aware' of its whistleblowing policies; Questionnaire reveals a lack of understanding about rules and procedures that are in place. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 333
Councillor criticises 'lack of democracy' over scheme. NICK HUMPHREYS 384
Cycle industry takes opportunity to persuade people to get saddled up. CHRISTINE DYER 234
Dakota is chasing Gold on Sunday. 419
Daredevil. 239
Dish packed with vegetables. LAUREN TAYLOR 423
Do we have a new relationship with roads? 749
Don't miss David's rites of passage; Damon Smith reviews the latest download, streaming and DVD releases. 2869
Eating habits in lockdown providing food for thought. PETER MADELEY 777
Energy group wants to improve cycling routes. 176
Enjoy a beef bagel that is more than worth the effort; Plan ahead for a flavoursome meal for four that is teamed with gherkins and mustard. ANDY RICHARDSON Recipe 543
EU is criticised over its 'lack of flexibility'. 185
Excited to get football back. A bit of Bully With Steve Bull 368
Extradition over migrant deaths. 183
F1 won't visit trio of venues. 179
Feedback wanted on location of bus stop. 177
Ferguson plans for a full house at the Crucible. 242
Firm combating 'mad' hand sanitiser prices. 176
Five minutes with ...David Tennant and Michael Sheen. 699
Football memorabilia up for sale. JAMIE BRASSINGTON 322
Fourth emergency service F. 358
Frozen food firm joining bid to cut down on waste. 274
Funny bone, maneater and awful revenge. 517
Furniture store set to open its doors. 215
Games 'a great opportunity' for county tourism; MP urging councils to work together to promote attractions. MARK ANDREWS 223
Garden delight. 1308
Get it right on face coverings issue; LETTERS. 240
Get saucy and spice up your favourite meals. 224
Go on, give dad a treat on Father's. 1375
Gove backtracks on border plans. 288
Health trust puts spotlight on work of its scientists. 232
Helen joins Jules for real life down on the farm. 520
Helping us learn lessons from past; LETTERS. 160
Hollywood blockbusters can be the parents' friends. 1282
How a neurologist coped with a stroke. 1196
Intellect, heart and humour. Daniel Morris 585
It is 'time to have a look' at statue says heritage chief; 20,000 have now signed petition to remove monument to Clive of India, but 6,000 want it kept. 356
It's been a year full of challenges for Pugh. Lewis Cox 1056
It's the season to be pink. 499
Knife Angel left stranded by virus finally returning home. 296
Lender records its best month. 151
Lost In Space. 293
Ministers want Brexit extension. 254
Modern hot hatches up against iconic supercars. 610
MP's praise for charity bicycle hub volunteers. 164
Muffins perfect for a nutritious and tasty snack. Recipe 225
Museum restaurant is reopening. 225
Never Say Nether! All-out war returns in League of Angels III expansion. 225
New 'visit' group website launched. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter Website overview 300
New chief to lead housing firm. 283
New king, blast from past and confessions. 545
New salad leaves mix. 256
Nothing should be taken for granted. DAN MORRIS 848
Officer who battled virus urges caution. 189
One-way system to help shoppers. 164
Pandemic sees a shift in family eating habits. 343
Parents admit to using bribery over schoolwork. PIPPA ARMSTRONG 507
Park and ride making way for drive-through Covid-19 testing facility. 231
Parking plan for town is changed. 152
Patients with dementia are 'complex cases' during lockdown. 334
Plans for 40 homes to be built by council are now submitted. 459
Plea to always follow guidance for oil tanks. 161
Pork belly roast dish is chef's 'love letter to Chinatown'. 292
Portals to Hell: Ghost hunt with Osbournes. 666
Quaker group protest for Black Lives Matter. 184
Read all about it! Book some me time. 490
Recipe lets you tuck into a perfect chicken pie with added curry twist. ANDY RICHARDSON Recipe 504
Record-breaking fall in economic activity during lockdown revealed. DAVID BANNER 470
Restaurant's home delivery service popular. 189
Ricketts wants to push on at Town. 232
Road closed for work on pipes. 182
Sam wants to push Town on. Lewis Cox 420
Save our insects, creating a bed to encourage pollinators. 786
Scheme helps danger drivers. 268
School music video is a real hit. 189
Scottish heroes are remembered. 185
Scout founder's statue boarded up to protect it from protesters. 208
Scrutiny role is still restricted. 232
September target date with fans back Bucks' restart boost. Lewis Cox lewis.cox@mnamedia 367
SHOP LOCAL PLEA AS DOORS REOPEN; Traders are calling on people to support their high street stores. JAMES PUGH 447
SHOP LOCAL PLEA AS DOORS REOPEN; Traders are calling on people to support their high street stores. MARK ANDREWS 460
Should we tear down reminders of the past? 783
Signed football shirt at auction. 173
Signs showing risk of diabetes. Disease/Disorder overview 163
Simple and stylish ways to transform your outdoor space li h t; Whether it's a poky patio or decadent decking, all can be easily spruced up. 1040
Sir Keir narrows gap over Tories. 161
Smoking hot ways to liven up the barbecue. 290
Snack bar standing by teachers. 158
Socially-distanced seating areas planned for town. 297
Special One's special time in England. 507
Star Trek: Discovery. 298
Stories that spy novels are made of became reality in cathedral city. 1147
Striking the balance between public interest and offensive. ANDY RICHARDSON 843
Sun, sea and sanitisation. 969
Take up of childcare 'concern'. KAREN COMPTON 225
Telling history of our society. Heather Large 988
The world of health and fitness can come with a lot of queries. Here, personal trainer Paul Edwards answers a few questions on exercise, dieting and motivation. 782
THIS WEEK'S ONE TO WATCH: Jack Whitehall's Father's Day, Friday BBC One, 8.30pm. 382
Time to toast the efforts of team at clinic. DANIEL MORRIS 159
Top chef sharing staff favourites as sell-out recipe book to hit shelves. ANDY RICHARDSON 790
Top tips to help you host the perfect feast. 259
Traders have been working hard in preparation for the big restart. JAMES PUGH 583
Traffic 'nightmare' fear over proposal; Fears planned apartments will worsen rush-hour delays. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 350
Traffic was reduced to 1950s levels in lockdown. Now it's back, but has the balance changed? Andy Richardson and Dan Morris went out to gauge the mood. 575
Treatment of staff by British Airways 'a national disgrace'. 332
Two arrested as car 'in the river'. 162
UK's alternative to dream spots! Think of us as your magic torch, shining a little light into an otherwise dark time. 2488
Union in call for unity on schools. 175
Versatile and tasty storecupboard ingredients. 324
Versatile fish with a host of uses is a real crowd-pleaser. Recipe 219
Wages of 21,200 workers covered by virus scheme claims minister. 349
Wales remaining shut to visitors. DAVID BANNER 194
Well, what a year. And [...]. SHIRLEY TART 520
Win's bostin' birthday as she celebrates her 100th. 313
Wolves face a fight for Axel. Joe Edwards 430
Wolves face a fight for defender Disasi. 240
Yes! Extra PS8,000 for carers. RORY SMITH 243
Your stars today. Russell Grant 1139

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