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Articles from Shropshire Star (Shropshire, England) (September 16, 2020)

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'Childish and anarchic' Mr Bean is turning 30. 169
'Homegrown local hero' handed an award from mayor for selfless work. 176
A rare victory for the Rapids. 151
Andy signs on for another year. ICE HOCKEY 242
Another 27 die of Covid in UK. 168
Appeal for refugee school tops PS6,000. 157
Bake Off back after lockdown delay with new contestants and TV host. PIPPA ARMSTRONG 446
Barriers are in place to help with social distancing. 189
Biker's actions wheelie stupid. 162
Brave police officer steps out for mental health charity. DAYNA FARRINGTON 433
Builders now working on new design for life. MARK DREW 819
Cabinet member hits back at 'safe streets' delay criticism; Councillor says report is due to be presented on 20mph limit outside all schools in county. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 407
Call for stores to report their plastic waste. CHRISTINE DYER 301
Catching the last rays of summer before it ends; Enjoy it while it lasts, as forecasters say the weekend will be cooler. CHRISTINE DYER 191
Challenge those not wearing masks; LETTERS. 261
Charity's chief 'completely honoured' to take on role. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 745
Children's social work staff being recruited. 163
City is being asked to go into a voluntary lockdown. 368
Club captains combine for cause. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 332
Club dashes to support church. ROB SMITH 325
Community hub and centre can finally reopen after lockdown. 165
Council-owned housing firm wins award for excellent design. 301
Covid-19 impersonation cons cost victims PS58m. SIMON STONE 479
Dancers leap back into action as classes hit the floor. 161
Deaths drop to lowest level since mid-March. 194
Deaths. 552
Did you like lockdown calm or did you crave company? Experts reveal pandemic has shown you can be an extrovert or an introvert ... or a bit of both. ABI JACKSON 971
Do your research and get the right student bank account. 506
Driver hits out over state of pothole repairs. 382
Drug dealer enjoys 'lucky' court date; Father of six is spared prison after revealing cancer scare. NICK HUMPHREYS 469
Eagles downed after penalties. 162
Eat Out to Help Out scheme has seen food sales drop by PS155m. 199
Ex-MP jailed for sexual assaults. FIONA SMITH 373
Facebook is hoping to attract blood donors. 155
Fosun brings Thomas Cook brand back to market online; Relaunch takes place around first anniversary of the collapse of the former high street giant. JAMES PUGH 452
Francesco can defy his penalty. 536
Friends hike up mountain for trust funds. 175
Future not bleak in post-Brexit UK; LETTERS. 232
Gardens now appeal to more househunters. 182
German style at Alton Towers for Oktoberfest celebration. 258
Grants expanded by housebuilder. 171
Grealish writes his own script to cap perfect day with win. 555
He's no good at eating [...]. ANDY RICHARDSON 399
Helping out The Wolves Way. 272
Helping you to avoid the many Covid scams. 418
Historic hall is struck by lorry. 171
Homeless charity aims to use pub as new base. DOMINIC ROBERTSON CHIEF REPORTER 473
Housebuilder to unveil its latest show homes. 183
Housing development plan for old centre site. 174
Housing development scoops design award. 181
How can you co-parent successfully after a bitter split? 322
How Daley's transfer record became his breaking point. PAUL BERRY 1580
HQ sale 'would pay for revamp' PS10m for Shirehall would be used to 'transform town'. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 369
Humans 'failing' the natural world. 282
Hundreds of Welsh prisoners are released without fixed address. 188
It is confusing but we must all follow the rules says leader; Chief hoping law can be eased for Christmas. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 331
Lucy determined to keep dancing. MEGAN ARCHER 329
Majority of pupils are now back at school. 166
Makeshift studio 'safest place in the whole of England'. 296
Making sure your youngsters will wash their hands regularly. 353
Man accused of killing love rival. 190
Millions prepare to greet the wrath of storm Sally; Weather warnings for Gulf Coast as five cyclones swirl above Atlantic. SIMON STONE 453
Mobile bar couple raise glass to deals. 202
More Cockbain pain for Bears. 170
MP stops by 'jewels in the crown'. 228
No evidence of hospital link to virus outbreaks at care homes. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 218
Numbers claiming unemployment benefits up as strain starts to show. JAMES PUGH 558
Operations stopped. 151
Owners' ambition convinced Jack to stay. 320
Party's leader backing cluster-based approach. FIONA SMITH 306
Plan ahead and be sure you pack all the essentials for university life. HEATHER LARGE 727
Plea for developers to follow green laws. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 344
Plea for homes developers to follow stricter green laws; Councillors urge authority to take stronger stance after climate emergency was declared. KERI TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter 407
Police force is facing PS10m bill as result of the Covid pandemic. 216
Police search uncovers huge haul of weapons. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 263
Positive signs for Bucks as they play out goalless draw with Dragons. 393
Poundland goes into beer market. 171
Protecting your possessions as you leave home. 498
PS8,000 boost for town food event. 186
Public Notices. Public notice 1358
Putin opponent is out of his bed. 235
Questions answered on measures. 472
Red-hot Quatt through to a final showdown. 329
Rise in staycations is timely boost to develop holiday accommodation. JAMES PUGH 254
Rival bid for rail testing site could hamper joint proposal; Welsh Government 'in wrestling match' after German company Siemens reveals plans. KAREN COMPTON 384
Roger's 100-mile cycle raises PS6k. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 310
Ruscoe understands the financial importance of Europa progression; B36 V TNS KICK-OFF: TONIGHT, 7PM. 486
Saiss driven on by Euro failure. 248
Saiss driven on by Euro failure. 185
Securing a deal with Europe 'vital' if our economy is to grow, say bosses. 220
Seventy-eight pupils told they have to isolate. 169
Simple things children can do to save the planet from 'catastrophe'. LISA SALMON 1157
Snakes on a plane? How about on a bus. 165
Snip mask straps, urges charity. 227
The Guardian commissioned an entire. PETER RHODES 500
Top-earner Gary down to PS1.35m. 152
Town hope 1,000 fans can return. 189
Town's barriers are improved. DOMINIC ROBERTSON 168
Tradition of making things leaving our region vulnerable. 309
Trust talks on proposed new relief road. 182
VAT campaign pub price cuts. 160
Volunteers cut above the rest after sprucing up main entrance into town. 166
We have plenty to be proud of here; LETTERS. 211
Wellington's perfect run ended at home. NICK ELWELL 348
Wolves debrief: Nuno ushers in a brand new era. 419
Workshop to get message across. 162
Writing was on the wall over our EU negotiations; LETTERS. 296
YOUR START WITH. Russell Grant 830

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