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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (June 24, 2020)

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'Children have been thrilled to see each other and to just be able to play together'. 232
An experience we will never forget - and one we hope is now behind us. 1768
Anyone for tennis? Join last challenge. 162
Batsman Hain champing at the bit. 433
Black students are up at Oxford. 221
Bogus officers in house burglary. 157
Brewer crowned ale champions. 187
Brutal burglars sent to jail. 204
Bucks' future is in safe hands with Charlie. 192
Calls to reduce health inequality. 241
Carry on camping as sites allowed to welcome guests. 318
Cash reward for best small firms. 166
Caution remains as we all continue our journey to a strange normality; LOCKDOWN SURVEY RESULTS. PETER MADELEY Political Editor Survey 443
Clare Dickens is a Senior Lecturer. CLARE DICKENS 525
COMMENT. 572
Council review 'will end in school closures'. 320
Crisis 'catapults a once thriving industry into a different world'. 608
Deaths. 876
Debut novel for ex-county man. 188
Dementia risk higher for over 50s who are obese; Study reveals link between size of waist line and brain disease. DAVID BANNER newsroom@mnamedia.co.uk 230
Dinner parties are returning but with strictly no hugging; 'It's simple. It's the year of working differently. You haven't just been let out of school'. PETER MADELEY Political Editor 380
Discussions over diplomatic immunity are 'not going well'. 262
Disparities in schools system. 238
Djok shock at Covid infection. 177
Do not be corralled by the one-metre. PETER RHODES 481
Donations boost for town charity shops. 181
Eight years in jail for acid attackers; Burglars ransacked home for jewellery and PS4,000 cash. NICK HUMPHREYS nick.humphreys@mnamedia.co.uk 520
Faith leaders in call for caution. 162
Famous fans... or load of Cobblers? We keep an eye on what sports stars get up to when the sporting world has stopped. 304
FARMING TALK. DR BILL WATTS 196
Fast-food restaurant's revamp. LIAM RANDALL Local Democracy Reporter 199
Fears as a deep recession looms. 264
Foggy future after we leave the EU; LETTERS. 249
Fundraising projects completed in Stuart's memory one step at a time. DEBORAH HARDIMAN deborah.hardiman@mnamedia.co.uk 495
Garden scheme opening its gates. 173
Gav hails warmth of community. 258
Getting back to a sense of normality; AS SOME YEAR GROUPS CONTINUE THEIR RETURN TO SCHOOL, WE CATCH UP WITH PUPILS, PARENTS AND TEACHERS TO SEE HOW IT'S GOING. 642
GETTING BACK TO NORMALITY; PUBS, MUSEUMS, CINEMAS, HAIR SALONS, BINGO, CHURCHES, HOTELS, B&Bs, PLAYGROUNDS, CARAVAN PARKS & SELF-CATERING PROPERTIES... DOMINIC ROBERTSON Chief Reporter 575
Getting used to a whole new style of hairdressing after lockdown. DOMINIC ROBERTSON dominic.robertson@mnamedia.co.uk 671
Guys, guys, guys. I've got. ANDY RICHARDSON 554
Hard work ongoing as schools set to reopen. ELGAN HEARN Local Democracy Reporter 310
Help charity to support vulnerable children right now; LETTERS. 203
Home school no substitute for real thing. 279
Homicide report awaiting sign-off; Review first launched more than two years ago after murder. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 338
Hospitality firms face their most challenging time in a generation. 545
How an invisible enemy brought globe to its knees. 2689
How final train journey went from misery to top send off. TOBY NEAL toby.neal@mnamedia.co.uk 498
Inside track on Howe's Cherries. 356
It's a second Cummings for advisor. PETER MADELEY peter.madeley@mnamedia.co.uk 333
It's make or break time in Villa's fight to survive. 561
Kane on target as Spurs see off Hammers. 200
Lunchtime 'hello' to beat lockdown blues. 178
Magnet fishing retrieves wartime medal from canal water. 277
Make informed decisions over fate of these symbols; LETTERS. 306
Managers afraid of redundancies. 164
Most Marston's pubs to reopen. 182
New lockdown comes into force in Germany. 161
Nuno expects a tough clash at empty home. 760
Nuno urges: Let's do it for the fans! 231
Online grocery sales are soaring. 224
Open to new generation of bakers. 247
Our road to recovery starts here and now; It has been a social and political crisis like no other. And the impact from Covid-19 will be felt for many years in the future. PETER MADELEY POLTICAL EDITOR 1002
Outbreak of Covid-19 declared at factory. 168
PCC says lockdown support must carry on. 185
PFA hopes for positive outcome after Burnley banner fury. 379
PS46m funds bid for all-electric buses. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 328
Quad bike is dumped after being hot-wired. 180
Rally embarrassing but there's a long way to go. DAVID BANNER newsroom@mnamedia.co.uk 903
Residents will 'look on enviously' as lockdown is lifted over border. DOMINIC ROBERTSON dominic.robertson@mnamedia.co.uk 284
Ryan is still calling the shots for Shrews. Town With Lewis Cox 1159
Salah is expected back in the XI for Reds' trip to Palace. 308
Sam: I tried to get Joe back. Liam Keen liam.keen@mnamedia.co.uk 419
Sam: I tried to get Joe back; MANAGER Sam Ricketts has revealed Shrewsbury Town held talks with Joe Hart over a sensational return to the club. Liam Keen liam.keen@mnamedia.co.uk 400
School welcomes back its pupils after virus closure. RORY SMITH rory.smith@mnamedia.co.uk 422
Seeing Stars at Haydock; UNDER THE STARS can back up a really mer-itorious run in the 1000 Guineas by winning the EBF Eternal Fillies Stakes at Haydock tomorrow. 470
Shift in attitude to social care. 270
Shoe Zone to shut 20 stores and cut jobs to slash costs. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 399
Shopping mall at risk of closure. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 195
Solksjaer backing Deano for England. 184
Spruced up and ready for guests. RORY SMITH rory.smith@mnamedia.co.uk 295
Stalls opened from comfort of front gardens as 'walking market' returns. 183
Still hope for future as Poundland sees profits fall. 205
Subtle Starmer in a delicate balancing act as he seeks to win trust. PETER MADELEY peter.madeley@mnamedia.co.uk 336
Tax increases to fix roads backed. 188
The killing of George Floyd unleashed a wave of [...]. ANDY RICHARDSON 402
The loss of our world as we once knew it. MARK ANDREWS SENIOR FEATURES WRITER 1413
Time being spent online soars as result of lockdown. 319
Tributes paid to top jockey Liam. 273
Trio of brothers are cycling 124 miles in honour of sister. 330
Two-metre or not two-metre? That is the key question. 493
UK 'not ready' on environment. 186
Very tentative steps back to new routine; Life in one market town appears to be getting back to some kind of normality, although there remains an overriding feeling of anxiety. 650
Virus loans for businesses in UK have now topped PS40bn; The Government's support schemes have helped keep companies going and protect jobs. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 423
Warning over camp fires as UK heading into heatwave. 188
We are entering a new. DR ARNE ROSE SATH MEDICAL DIRECTOR 602
We aren't always that fair-minded; LETTERS. 190
We have embraced our new world - from a safe distance of course! 824
Why sociable students do better. 206
Yoga teacher Emma's new book published. 194
Youngsters get a final festival test. 326

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