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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (June 23, 2020)

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3D Gloop and printing supplier form strong new bond. 247
A gem of a week for jewellery shop sales. JOHN CORSER 332
Alas, we are now on [...]. PETER RHODES 499
Almost 100 grass fires in a month. 182
Ben belter stuns his pal Maddison. 283
Biscuit fun for care home residents. 190
Building work stalls as financial crash hits; FLASHBACK TO... TOBY NEAL Features writer 787
Campaign group highlights 'garden village' car report. RORY SMIITH 410
Care homes invest PS50k for thermal imaging cameras. 321
Cash available for flood-hit victims. 164
Children's services are judged as outstanding in latest Ofsted report. 210
Children's support home bid is rejected. 180
Cineworld gets PS201m cash lifeline ahead of reopening; The firm is excited to welcome customers back to cinemas as lockdown restrictions ease. JAMES PUGH 411
Commercial income 'dries up' for council during crisis; Leader says authority was told not to rely on grants despite spiralling lockdown costs. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 367
Concern over upgrade work on estate's paths. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 491
Contract poser for players. 249
Council dubbed care funding 'cheapskates'. ELGAN HEARN Local Democracy Reporter 328
Councillor's flooding action call. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 328
Councillors to scrutinise plan. 175
County golf events cancelled for 2020. 184
Crisis has made me lose faith in bumbling Boris; LETTERS. 338
Dan overcomes injury for solo marathon bid. 210
Deaths. 924
Delight as shop opens in village. 163
Dream home is prize in PS2 raffle. 154
Emily's skydiving fundraiser. DEBORAH HARDIMAN 396
Fall in ATM use varied in UK. 244
Fans' views on winning return. 468
Fast doors produced for beverage firm Budweiser. JAMES PUGH 347
Fears rise for future of Go Outdoors. 341
Fire services could use a single control centre. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 451
Firm expands thanks to MBIG PS11,000 grant. 159
Five-star City make Reds wait for title. 217
Fond memories of time spent in county countryside. 274
Frustration over red tape impacts; Fears planning process putting farmers off diversification. JAMES PUGH 293
Gorge museum tickets go on sale for the first time since lockdown started. 246
Government to reveal plans for school pupils. 187
Helping rough sleepers to stay off the streets. DOMINIC.ROBERTSON@MNAMEDIA 1119
HS2 protesters 'costing millions'. 169
IT company thinking outside box to support other firms. 254
Keen photographer Kathy's project helps put focus on unsung heroes. 177
Labour peer in call for VAT cut to help get UK out of recession. 222
Lifeline for farmers facing tight grass silage stocks. 205
Like they'd never been away - Wolves debrief. Wolves With Joe Edwards 831
Lucky escape for crash driver. 167
Majors return with USPGA in August. 242
Meeting to plot the post-pandemic future of league. 286
Missed putts cost Chesters. 366
More care taken on grass cutting. 181
Mothercare boss to leave. 156
Move over Ibiza, our weather will be reaching new peaks this week. RORY SMITH 544
Mum in mammoth cycle effort. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY 348
Muslim convert planned St Paul's terror attack. SIMON STONE 486
Nearly 100 grass fires in a month. 169
Nearly PS60m of relief paid out to businesses during the crisis. 324
New engineering director named. 178
New Queen stamps a real hit. LIZA RADLEY 229
Now is perfect chance to try new ideas for towns, says council boss. NICK HUMPHREYS 522
One million people pledge support to food campaign. JAMES PUGH 452
Online support is launched. JAMES PUGH 193
Pakistan hit by Covid results. 184
Partnership is hailed by leader. 170
Players' Covid contract poser. Liam Keen 297
PM in talks on virus strategy. SIMON STONE 288
PS1.1m to help with firm recovery. 645
Punters set for Midnight feast. 557
Pupils praised for mental health aid. 197
Quarantine rules for library books. 174
Reducing two-metre rule will save jobs, say MPs; Prime Minister set to announce plans for reduction in social distancing guidelines. MARK ANDREWS 368
Researchers 'have verified' 50-year old theory about black hole energy. DAVID BANNER 548
Roman ingot could be the only one of its kind in UK. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 588
Rotarians step up for children. 162
Rotary club in PS2,000 handout. 175
Rush for the high street after months away. 154
Sale trade still good despite reduced entry. 292
Security business sees increase in demand as Covid lockdown eases. 278
September target for non-league. 524
Shielding to end for the most vulnerable. 165
Shopmobility service reopens. 158
Still a long way to go in our battle; LETTERS. 254
Stronger Neto lays down marker with goal. 203
Student tells of life as refugee. 152
Summer school is moving online and will be free for all students. 168
Sunday trading call by bishop. 151
Sunflower vow to boy by Kate. 173
Sunny spot for outdoor pilates. DEBORAH HARDIMAN 357
Sustainable farming under threat. 324
Tax relief 'higher for the better off'. 288
Theo makes it a dozen to sign on with Bucks; Football. With Lewis Cox 473
Thousand reasons to hail volunteer. 190
Tickets reserved for Trump rally 'with no intention of going along'. 328
Tourist spot events put back by a year. 211
Tributes paid to film producer. 179
Tributes paid to victims of stabbing rampage in town park. 348
TV spotlight for revamp at house of county specialist. 301
Two pints of lager and a packet of crisps, purlease. [...]. ANDY RICHARDSON 399
Van hit by train in serious collision at level crossing. 220
Van hit by train in serious collision at level crossing. 220
Warnings about anglers' litter. 152
Wartime airman who was blown up twice; Danger and drama of life in Malta at a perilous time is brought home in this remarkable series of photographs. TOBY NEAL 1123
Wolves leaving the Bucks Head. Joe Edwards 306
Wolves to leave after 16 years. 250

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