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: Town’s Disability Awareness Week concluded with a PAN tournament (for players with a range of different disabilities) and half-time appearance at Greenhous Meadow on Saturday.
: It’s famed for being one of the few pubs to specialise in cider rather than beer.
: Manchester City have formalised the transfer of Brazil striker Gabriel Jesus from Palmeiras in time for him to feature against Tottenham this weekend.
: Almost one in 10 secondary schools, collectively teaching more than 200,000 children, are under-performing, according to Government figures.
: A rare Asian elephant has been born at Chester Zoo – the second new arrival for the family herd in a month.
: AFC Telford chief Rob Smith has welcomed the return of ‘the old Paul McCone’.
: Shropshire’s secondary schools have been given a clean bill of health in the latest league tables, while there was mixed news for those in Telford &...
: Pets At Home has said "subdued trading" at its merchandise division dragged on sales in the third quarter.
: Defending champion Novak Djokovic crashed out of the Australian Open after falling victim to a stunning five-set defeat at the hands of wild card Denis ...
: Plans to convert a derelict former Argos store into a bar and restaurant in Shrewsbury town centre have been met with a mixed response.
: Campaigners against a third runway at Heathrow are facing a Government bid to block their legal challenge getting off the ground.
: Two drug dealers who allowed a four-year-old girl to eat drugs, including diazepam, heroin, methadone and ketamine for up to six months before her death will be sentenced...
: Royal Mail has revealed a sharp drop in letter mailing in the busy festive season as business worries over Brexit hit marketing post.
: Victims of crime should be given the right in law to make a statement in court about the impact the offence has had on them, the victims'...
: England dropped spinner Adil Rashid and recalled seamer Liam Plunkett as they won the toss and chose to bowl in the second one-day international...
: A man has been arrested following immigration raids in Telford this morning.
: Halfords has reported a robust set of results for the festive period, with the bicycles to car parts chain planning to motor on after acquiring a minority stake in a...
: Jurgen Klopp insists FA Cup match-winner Lucas Leiva will be staying at Liverpool beyond the January transfer window.
: Andy Murray admitted his ankle still felt sore on Thursday but the Scot was able to practice unhindered as he prepares for his Australian Open...
: Manchester United are back on top of the Deloitte Football Money League for the first time since 2005 but the pound's fall against the euro means...
: Phone giant BT has been fined £10,000 over dangerous roadworks in Shropshire that led to motorists being involved in a series of near misses and pedestrians being forced to...
: Temporary closures of rural maternity units in Shropshire were purely due to staffing issues, illness or high demand, bosses said today.
: A £1.5 million upgrade of street lights has begun in Mid Wales.
: The next phase of controversial work at Shrewsbury's busy Meole Brace roundabout will get under way next month – with road...
: Vandals have spray painted graffiti and broken windows at a building in Shrewsbury which beekeepers are turning into an apiary.
: Plans to create up to 80 homes in a village near Whitchurch have been recommended for refusal by planning officers.
: Plans to convert a derelict former Argos store into a bar and restaurant in Shrewsbury town centre have been met with a mixed response.
: Britain's Heather Watson squandered five match points before losing to American qualifier Jennifer Brady and crashing out of the Australian Open.
: Kyle Edmund's Australian Open campaign came to a tame end as he was outclassed 6-2 6-4 6-2 by Spain's Pablo Carreno Busta in the second round.
: Johanna Konta underlined her status as a genuine contender for the Australian Open title by thrashing Japan's Naomi Osaka to reach the third round.
: Vegemite, the salty, brown spread beloved in Australia, is going home, purchased by a New South Wales dairy company from the US maker of Oreos.
: A divorcee embroiled in a legal fight over money with her ex-husband is preparing to ask senior judges to bar journalists from revealing her identity.
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