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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (June 17, 2020)

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'Pack it in' park yobs are told. NICK HUMPHREYS 234
a tranquil final resting place. 202
Alien contest out of this world. NICK HUMPHREYS 313
Ambulance service sorry over changes. 203
Anti-social behaviour order will stay in town until 2023; Council cabinet agrees to extend special powers in effort to control graffiti and urinating. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 339
Appointments appeal to expectant mothers. 167
Arup to lead PS3.6bn Towns Fund. 186
Aussies doubt the World Cup will go ahead. 207
Backlog of cases is 'significant' as court reopening; New restrictions in place to keep public safe during hearings. ROB SMITH 242
Beautiful cul-de-sac property has stunning views over countryside. MARKET DRAYTON PS420,000 230
Blooming good news as gardening competition is given the go-ahead. ROB SMITH 384
Bowlers will be welcomed back. LIZA RADLEY 328
Can you change your financial personality? 573
Cancer research scientist to Race for Life while at home. 284
Church gives update on status of weddings. 174
Clear clutter and help a good cause by donating to charity. 515
Clubs' virtual support helps slimmers to stay on track; Groups offering online support and advice as lockdown forces closure of weekly sessions. HEATHER LARGE 960
Coronavirus death toll in county's hospitals and care homes rises to 311. 221
Could you sell your unwanted clothes online? 445
Crowley bags treble on Ascot's first day. 335
Dedicated fundraisers taking on the roads in bid to boost hospice funds. 161
Drug tested in county trials hailed as a breakthrough in virus battle. SIMON STONE 304
Estate agent is getting back to business. 234
Fathers' role in childcare grows. 243
Fearful for future of these businesses; LETTERS. 210
Fears over a second wave [...]. ANDY RICHARDSON 375
Firm offering face coverings after new ruling. 353
Football fans urged to check cyber security. DAVID BANNER 279
Former Midlands student becomes Prime Minister. DAYNA FARRINGTON 532
From toddler tantrums to driving lessons - dad's life can be tricky! LISA SALMON 994
Get ready to roll up for a treat as Greggs open. SIMON STONE 480
Giovanni's is happy to put tea room on ice as it moves on. 235
Grant for food bank to help during crisis. 178
Healthy eating tips to shift the lockdown weight gain. 566
Help your child to stay calm in times of stress. 494
Hollywood star Murray recalls first impressions of Ghostbusters script. 189
Hospice charity 'need will rise'. 279
Hospice charity shop is closed. 186
How will the Baggies' run-in play out? 554
Hundreds join 15-hour relay. 401
It's party time for Djokovic on tour. 336
Join forces to win new contracts, firms urged. 169
Khaloosy looks the value bet. 440
Kwik Fit helping to keep medics on road. 162
Let's show the critics, roars Dean. 249
Make the right choices now to help protect your future finances. VICKI SHAW 688
Make wise choices and you can still have your takeaway. 374
Museum curator urges people to look at the two sides of Clive. 366
New properties cost 46pc more. 256
New rules of the game for the Premier League; No fans, no handshakes - and definitely no spitting on the pitch. 872
New system will help people donate to charity stores; LETTERS. 263
Pandemic sees surge in online activity by the over 55s. 354
Parents cutting chains to let children into play areas. 239
Parking permits for holiday lets scheme agreed; Owners will now be able to buy annual passes for PS100. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 239
Pep is judging Walker on the pitch. 682
Players' support is gratefully received; LETTERS. 203
Police chief focuses on use of force. 247
Poorer pupils access to wifi for learning. 168
Primary school pupils join 10k fundraiser. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 169
PS3m set aside to help cover 'virus'. 173
Pupils 'Feel The Love' with Elton's surprise message. 240
Record GDP contraction now forecast for the UK economy; EY's gloomier outlook reflects the deep impact from the coronavirus lockdown during April. JOHN CORSER 449
Refreshed Bairstow targeting a return to England Test squad. 365
Rescue bid for home of bowls. 190
Respected county stalwart dies at 88; Former High Sheriff was also a councillor and magistrate. TOBY NEAL 423
Restaurant firm bosses urge PM to increase level of aid for sector. 307
Sand martins nest at building site. 211
September target for festival bowlers. 164
Severn Valley Railway issues track warning. 347
Shopping street gets a new look. 207
So you can tell everybody I love your version of my song. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 549
Spacious family home enjoys a village location. 153
Star Rashford wins his free school meals fight. DAVID BANNER 291
Test site opens at park and ride. DEBORAH HARDIMAN 323
The big issues ahead of Wolves' big return. Wolves With Joe Edwards 687
This week we have seen [...]. DR ARNE ROSE SATH MEDICAL DIRECTOR 575
Tigers lose captain and vice-captain for rest of season. 192
Top tips help you stay safe online and keep cyber criminals at bay. IAN CHURMS & NATHAN MORGAN 832
Town focus on mental health. Lewis Cox 429
Town has much to be thankful for now; LETTERS. 177
Town traders being given 'starter packs'. 155
Tractor run raises PS12k for charity. 240
Tui European bookings up. 153
Two new directors are appointed at JLR. 177
Union says JLR agency job losses are 'devastating' blow. 351
Views sought on transport policy. 284
Villa hit reset button on fight against relegation; Kick-off: Tonight, 6pm Villa v Sheff Utd. 588
Vital grant a lifeline for swim school. 206
Wales records big fall in Covid deaths. 181
We're sitting on ticking time-bomb of unemployment warn job experts. JAMES PUGH 556
Weekly toll at lowest level since lockdown. 222
Wheels turning again as market is brought back to life after lockdown. NICK HUMPHREYS 663
Wolves hope to get European answers. 225
Work will start soon on PS5m holiday park. ELGAN HEARN Local Democracy Reporter 323
Your stars today. Russell Grant 1194

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