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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (September 12, 2020)

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'Half of workplaces are not safe enough'. 278
'It's absolutely Spitting, Charles'. SIMON STONE 348
10k run is cancelled due to new rule of six. 187
A doomed romance. Dan Morris 696
A new chapter in story of brewing. 168
Action partnership will tackle climate change. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 292
Alcohol-free spirits the new success story. 321
All roads lead to Whitchurch for a finals day showdown. 419
Annabel lands a meaty new role; Aussie cattle station secondment leads to prime beef job. ROB SMITH 239
Annual school walk helps to raise funds. 172
Appeal on theft of copper cables. 176
Art valuer welcomed back at auctioneers. 174
Aussies rule as England downed. 195
Autumn wines with which to wet your whistle; Looking for a tipple that will tickle your fancy? Sharon Walters looks at some top vino choices. 496
Awards open for the top apprentices. 155
Azarenka has a fresh outlook on slam final. 226
Biden to 'avoid a Trump brawl'. 299
Bilic wants his Baggies to attack the Premier League with confidence. 705
Bin Suroor's Laser is ready to put on a Show at Chelmsford. 445
Bottas is taking the fight to leader Lewis. 206
Calls for commuter line to run on electric power. MARK ANDREWS 320
Calls to recreate education director's role. 257
Can Bielsa and Leeds continue success story? 238
Care company launches advice drop-in centre. RORY SMITH 337
Cases linked to charity match. 177
Channeling sound of the terraces. Heather Large 853
Charity helps out over oil pricing. 153
Chef has recipes to share and stories to tell. 442
Children's home plan by council. 165
City faces lockdown due to virus increase. 215
Classic album; Lady in Satin - Billie Holiday. 446
Climbers plucked to safety in mist. 162
College expands its health and early years department. 337
College worker on rations for refugees. 243
Company plans a new treat for cheese lovers. 391
Composer has second album. 177
Concerns raised over shoppers not wearing masks as cases up. LISA O'BRIEN 230
Contract is not an issue, insists Nuno. 299
Council funding for drainage so park can have year-round use. 182
County among safest places, says councillor. 176
Cruise with confidence - vive la France! 387
Crunchy crumble tops indulgent, delicious apple and blackberry pud. ANDY RICHARDSON 498
David Jason goes up, up and away with Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. 507
Deal is good for Wales says MP. 164
Deaths. 1599
Delicious winter warmers are packed full of flavour; Chef's classic features pork belly poached before roasting to create the tenderest of meats. ANDY RICHARDSON 983
Designs on a creative career; to design greeting cards for a living. 1083
Doors to open at card shop again. 181
Drayton all set for a welcome cash boost. 386
Endless ways to enjoy rice. VICKI JONES Recipe 440
Face coverings 'compulsory' in shops from Monday. 385
Families welcome crew home after months spent at sea. 399
Festival is latest casualty of virus. 170
Festival organisers call for 'friends' to help out. NICK HUMPHREYS 350
Firefighters raise PS4k with charity bike ride. 171
Five minutes with ... Katherine Kelly 632
Food help scheme awarded lottery cash. 260
Food just ain't what it used to be! Andy Richardson takes a nostalgic trip back to the 70s and 80s to remember the foody greats - and not so greats - of the era. 3927
Food writer's wok-fried noodle dish makes a perfect mid-week supper. ELLA WALKER Recipe 851
Former MP is new chairman. SUE AUSTIN 186
Full speed ahead. 540
Geoff still at large and Harriet done with her job. 533
Giant fish will create ocean trail. 270
Golden days are not the same without fans; JOHNNY PHILLIPS: Sky Sports Soccer Saturday presenter is back! JOHNNY PHILLIPS 948
Golf returns. 284
Grants will boost disability groups. 182
Halibut fillet used to create posh fish and chips dish. 366
Happy holiday memories of band; LETTERS. 184
Helping you to keep your gut healthy. 528
Historic rally festival will be taking place at stately home. 264
Homeland; Weekend recommends. 289
Homeless hostel closes after 'no support' claim. DEBORAH HARDIMAN 430
It'll be a blue Christmas without Ronco. MARK ANDREWS 951
It's a good Day as Brad extends stay. ICE HOCKEY 390
Judy enjoying life after 'torture' of being mum. 1134
Keeping safe with a mask for every occasion and for any size of budget. DAVID BANNER 414
Lebanese and Italian influences inspire mini pizza recipe. 207
Lingering longer and going slow. 571
Litter lout rubbish is picked up by walkers. 310
Long-serving council chief executive decides to stand down. 364
LOOKING BACK September 14-20. 346
Martin offers a ray of financial hope. 413
Meadow appeal beats target. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 387
Minister 'excited' by plans to create PS25m town centre learning quarter. MARK ANDREWS 530
Mooncakes a vital part of celebrations. 178
Morris hits the heights to claim the spoils as Hill Series gets under way. 231
Mower misfortune, and turf getting fantastic with plastic; comment. ANDY RICHARDSON 832
Museum course tells of ghostly goings-on. 195
New traffic rules near beauty spot under fire as 'unsafe'. 378
Newport take another big step in the right direction. LEWIS COX 310
No waiting as station shapes up. 281
Nuno continues to look for more solutions. 400
Off to see the Barrow boys. 211
One man's fight to bring justice for fathers; Fathers 4 Justice is famous for its stunts. The man behind the group makes no excuses for still pushing the cause. ANDY RICHARDSON 1241
Organiser appeal for donations as festival cancellations cost thousands. 172
Pandemic Saga leads to half-year loss at major insurance company. 193
Partnership launched to tackle climate change. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 454
Passion, precision and power - pink boots lead the way. 465
People 'unaware of gas danger'. 172
Peppa's smart car for Christmas. 185
Perfect spot right on our doorstep. 366
Pizza Hut branches go as figures show diners are returning. JAMES PUGH 430
Plans for garden village redrawn; Developer says 'we have listened to consultation feedback'. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 558
Political sketchwriters are putting. ANDY RICHARDSON 392
Politician assures farmers UK will get a deal with the EU. 318
Presenter thrives on keeping busy; A Place In The Sun's Laura Hamilton talks to Gabrielle Fagan about her love of being busy, pushing limits, and making her kids proud. 1134
Preventing pesky pests plaguing your garden this autumn; HOW TO GARDEN GUIDE. 456
Prisons space 'could run out'. 230
Pub raises glass to travel award. 152
Racist comments over fire service; Abuse sparked by taster days aimed at minority groups. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 290
Rationing couldn't stop Mavis and Edgar's brilliant day - 70 years ago. SUE AUSTIN 420
Read all about it! Book some me time. 461
Residents urged to register for vote. 177
Riding school in a canter to prize. 186
Roglic sitting pretty in yellow as Bernal falls down the field in Tour de France. 339
Ruthless rubber merchant Walter caught in pursuit of his own power; THE SINGAPORE GRIP. 1082
Schumi still fighting - former boss Todt. 235
Shrews aiming to overcome the odds. 326
Sidecar star Bryant on the pace. 364
Six arrests over missing woman. 160
Six storage solutions for a tidy garden. 710
Slimmers can carry on losing despite new laws. COMMERCIAL FEATURE 338
Smith is backing Watkins to be a star in the Prem. 414
Sneak preview of trains down the tracks. DAYNA FARRINGTON 348
Society offering mortgage support. 179
Soldiers return to combat exercises after the battle against coronavirus. DAVID BANNER 511
Sombre wartime drama hits home; The latest movies to download and stream, plus DVD/Blu-ray releases. 2403
Steam railway given the green light to get extra opening days on track. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 268
SThe mtangoukulfilighnt refresnhing ingdThe BaitingiHousse, Uppehr offeers exceptionaslism st, superb service; Food writer Andy Richardson enjoys a fabulous meal at a restaurant with the 'Aston Martin' of kitchens, in an area renowned for great produce It takes considerable skill to be able to make great food look easy, we were both dazzled. Andy Richardson 1131
Stop scammers taking savings; LETTERS. 169
Success at eventers competition for team. 160
Super speedy and nutritious meal an ideal hangover cure. Recipe 376
Sweet treat for all the family is easy and quick to make. 219
Tennant in a far darker role than any before. 506
The Split; Weekend recommends. 230
The true peak of relaxation; DUNCOMBE ARMS Peak District. 950
Theatre company's Sudden Impulse to bring show to town. 272
This chicken and ham hock terrine provides feast for the whole family. ANDY RICHARDSON 504
This really is an Art Attack!Could Buchanan be Banksy? 299
Three problem roads will be resurfaced. 168
Tips and advice from the queen of all things olive oil; HEALTHY EATING. 602
Toast of London; Weekend recommends. 237
Top Gear filmed in front of drive-in crowd New series. 195
Top tips to set the tone at your home for an Indian summer; Summer may be over - but we can prolong that sunny feeling, says Sam Wylie-Harris. 876
Tuck in to a host of virtual events as food festival is taken online. 454
Two law firms named 'trusted partners' by a charity's bosses. 286
UK secures first major trade deal post-Brexit. DAVID BANNER 465
Union is hoping for wage boost. 168
University campus is adapted for Covid-19. 186
Village play area now completed. 168
Virus must not be used as excuse, councillor tells health service chiefs. ALEX MOORE Local Democracy Reporter 240
Volunteer before getting into work. 160
Volunteers are digging in to keep gardens in full bloom. 264
Volunteers plea from cat rescue. 172
Wake up, it's a beautiful morning. 215
Well now, there are some. SHIRLEY TART 511
What can you do to keep the migraines at bay? 854
Where's Wally? At the museum! 164
Why I declare an interest. 384
Wins for Bears and Rapids in the Vitality Blast. 229
Witness appeal after fatal motorcycle crash. 151
Wolves pausing sale of all season tickets. 180
Woman cut off hand as part of scam to secure nearly PS1 million. 188
Young guns are out to impress. 231
Your stars today. Russell Grant 816
Your support for the blind now even more important; LETTERS. 199

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