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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (June 30, 2020)

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'No immediate plans' to reopen town's cliff railway yet. 323
'Whack-a-mole' strategy proposed by Boris to fight flare-ups of virus. DAVID BANNER newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 852
After months of lockdown, many people are desperate; COMMENT. 167
Agricultural event gets new facelift. 308
Aico partnership to assist good causes. 188
Air bridges - the moment Britain's public-health policy. PETER RHODES 470
Arrest of loan shark is praised. 165
At least three people killed by militants in stock exchange attack. 334
Awesome foursome smash target. 287
Barber is ready to hit road and will cut your hair on the drive in his van. DEBORAH HARDIMAN deborah.hardiman@mnamedia.co.uk 517
BCC calls for the Chancellor to set out recovery roadmap; Survey of 7,700 firms illustrates the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic on UK economy. JOHN CORSER john.corser@mnamedia.co.uk 414
Bosnich: Smith wrong to take aim at fixtures. 251
Boxing club is given the go-ahead despite fears over potential noise. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 264
Bridleway repair work is complete. 174
Brit Awards put back by months. 186
Business board welcomes social distancing changes. 239
Businesses must open in 'Covid-secure' way, says council. 439
Businessman calls for a PS1 trillion 'visionary' approach. 362
Campaigners in call for pension fund changes. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 279
Camper vans and charity donations top lottery lists. MARK ANDREWS mark.andrews@mnamedia.co.uk 451
Celebrations for end of virtual games. Awards list 151
Charity is offering help and support; LETTERS. 163
Cheers as homemade boozer in nationwide competition. 262
Chicken farm bid appeal refused. 174
Companies given furlough scheme update. 151
Concern for holiday coaches. HARRIET EVANS Community News Reporter 287
Consumer credit levels fall 3pc. 173
County cricket gets green light to restart. 228
Covering the miles to aid NHS. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 395
Danny takes next step of his coaching career. With Liam Keen 434
Deaths. 614
Delight as parks set to reopen. 256
Does it look like we're [...]. ANDY RICHARDSON 392
Double yellow lines plan axed. 169
Established start-up programme for firms adapts for virtual world. 275
Estate agent sheds 54 jobs as offices are closed down; Andrew Grant enters administration after almost 50 years trading across the Midlands. JOHN CORSER john.corser@mnamedia.co.uk 376
Every point is key, says new Buck. 242
Everyone just needs to be less selfish; LETTERS. 214
FA to cut 124 jobs because of virus. 189
Fans' verdict on victory at Villa. 447
FARMING TALK. PHILIP MEADE 178
Figure respected by some for his work on reform; LETTERS. 321
Flood-hit farmers urged to apply for support fund. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 272
Fore!? New ball seems familiar. 364
Fruit and veg has been a growing market in lockdown. 233
Gathering of more than 100 cars is moved on by officers. 259
Graduation day marked virtually. 246
Gray apologises for 'party' in lockdown. 221
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY GALLERY; BOOK REVIEWS. Michael A Vanns Published by Pen & Sword, PS25 155
Hamilton and Merc paint their message. 212
Headteacher speaks of 'pressure' as he leaves. NICK HUMPHREYS nick.humphreys@shropshirestar.co.uk 523
Heritage railway building up steam to reopen for the summer season. 170
Hospital's Ready, Steady, Cook event for the Forces. 267
Hot air balloons 'can still launch'. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 321
HS2 recruiting for hundreds of jobs as 'major construction' set to start. 219
I FELT NO SORROW, THIS WAS WAR; BOOK REVIEWS. Gordon Heynes Available on Amazon 157
Incumbent wins polls advantage. 181
It's been two centuries of making us all count. TOBY NEAL toby.neal@mnamedia.co.uk 788
Judge says Assange must appear at next court hearing. LIZA RADLEY newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 259
Local plan 'so important' it will get dedicated meeting; Council decides to hold separate discussion on development strategy due to interest shown. RORY SMITH rory.smith@mnamedia.co.uk 502
Louise is hailed a 'health hero'. 164
Mackaar ready to dominate back on all-weather circuit. 395
Military personnel to boost Covid-19 testing. 179
Mobility firm expands with new showroom. 164
Motor dealer swings into action to support town golf club. 267
Musical makes history at drive-in. 275
New campaign promoting self care launched by NHS groups. 333
On this day. 165
Opportunity to buy small holding. 161
Our Prem position no fluke - Doherty. 249
Packham 'would rather do duty'. 175
Parents could be fined if children are not at school; Education Secretary says a return to the classroom will be compulsory in autumn. SIMON STONE newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 381
Passing the bowl to highlight club. 590
Perfect restart - now bring on the Gunners. Wolves With Joe Edwards 848
Police to speak to YouTubers over meet and greet event held in city. 190
Pop superstar Ellie says she will have to rebuild her confidence after lockdown. SIMON STONE newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 261
Potters boss O'Neill vows to ring the changes at Wigan. 175
Prem position no fluke - Doc. Joe Edwards joe.edwards@mnamedia.co.uk 416
Proud Army heritage marched into history. TOBY NEAL Features writer toby.neal@mnamedia.co.uk 821
PS17m package of projects for the county welcomed; Marches LEP agrees to provide cash for major schemes seen as vital for future growth. DOMINIC ROBERTSON CHIEF REPORTER 495
PS300,000 boost for county charities thanks to 'coronavirus' crisis grants. 230
PS340k secured to boost victim support services by a force boss. 178
PS6.5m funding available for SME Covid recovery; Additional support for firms has the potential to safeguard and create hundreds of new jobs. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 426
Public is urged to have a say on special education. 246
Pupils join the charity front line. 256
Readers urged to take a million steps for diabetes appeal; LETTERS. 256
REALITY TV STARS PARTY IN VILLAGE. ROB SMITH rob.smith@mnamedia.co.uk 278
REALITY TV STARS PARTY IN VILLAGE. ROB SMITH rob.smith@mnamedia.co.uk 497
Resilience helping farmers through coronavirus crisis. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 451
Road is closed to cars to help with social distancing. 331
Ronan's success in competition. 165
Rory hopes to stop his 'dumb mistakes'. 200
School in frame for top award. 271
Sedwill 'still has a lot to offer'. 152
Senior staff warned not to cut corners in legal fallouts. 338
Shrews are facing a fight for Laurent. 244
Shufflers host a virtual relay. Lewis Cox lewis.cox@mnamedia.co.uk 455
Shuttle service laid on by firm. 161
Small farms growing as interest in buying locally-produced veg jumps. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 563
Smart change of focus for Lucy's lockdown strategy; Photographer trains her lens on families in series of doorstep shoots during pandemic. DEBORAH HARDIMAN deborah.hardiman@mnamedia.co.uk 371
TALKING POINT. NEIL HOBDEN 427
Technical courses to benefit apprentices. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk 301
The Prime Minister's announcement of a huge investment; COMMENT. 353
Thousands of extra train seats to be added. DAYNA FARRINGTON dayna.farrington@mnamedia.co.uk 330
Town councillors appoint their new mayor and deputy online. 197
Town facing a fight for Josh. Lewis Cox lewis.cox@mnamedia.co.uk 408
TV Star declares: 'Last night was madness. What a party that was.'. ROB SMITH rob.smith@mnamedia.co.uk 535
UK travel rule is criticised as Greece decides to extend ban. 202
Victorian town 'leading' the way. DOMINIC ROBERTSON dominic.robertson@mnamedia.co.uk 369
We are in a critical time for black coaches - Moore. 229
WORKS TRAMS OF THE BRITISH ISLES; BOOK REVIEWS. Peter Waller Published by Pen & Sword, PS25 154
Wynnstay bolsters seed division with appointment. 187
Your stars today. Russell Grant 1162

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