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Hundreds of people step up to join local vaccination service

The battle to beat coronavirus locally is being boosted with nearly 1,000 new staff members recruited to join the area’s vaccination service.

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Hundreds of people step up to join local vaccination service

The battle to beat coronavirus locally is being boosted with nearly 1,000 new staff members recruited to join the area’s vaccination service.
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Man found guilty of murder following attack on Brown Clee Hill

A man has been found guilty of the murder of Richard Hall, who was killed in an attack on Brown Clee Hill last summer.

Work begins on Midlands Air Ambulance Charity’s new airbase and headquarters

Work has begun on the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity’s new airbase and headquarters in Shropshire, with the project expected to be completed in late 2022.

Shropshire Council to spend £9m tackling county’s potholes

Shropshire Council is to spend more than £9 million tackling potholes and defects on the county’s roads over the next 12 months.

Free walk-in covid testing for people with no symptoms coming to Market Drayton

A new walk-in centre that will offer free rapid Lateral Flow Tests to people with no COVID-19 symptoms is to open in Market Drayton on Monday 8 March.

Shrewsbury Big Town Plan consultation extended

A consultation into the next stage of Shrewsbury Big Town Plan has been extended by an extra week for people to have their say.

Decline in confirmed coronavirus cases in Telford and Wrekin

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Telford and Wrekin has declined by 32%, the latest weekly figures show.
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Match Preview: Rochdale V Shrewsbury Town

Shrewsbury Town are presented with an ideal opportunity to end their recent winless streak when they visit basement club Rochdale on Tuesday night.

Business

Encouraging signs for Shropshire’s commercial property market for the year ahead

Shropshire's commercial property market is predicted to continue to generate strong levels of activity throughout 2021.
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Online success for Shrewsbury beauty therapist

A holistic therapist from Shrewsbury has made the most of lockdown and moved part of her beauty business online.

Businesses warned of costly claims following Uber court case

Businesses across Shropshire must consider whether they are incurring liability worth potentially tens of thousands of pounds following the landmark Supreme Court ruling of the long running saga involving Uber drivers.

Businesses must not ignore staff wellbeing in a post-Covid world

As lockdown eases and more people return to their places of work businesses must not ignore staff wellbeing in a post-Covid world.

Features

Prayers are answered by tech-savvy chaplain at Shropshire hospice

The chaplain of a Shropshire hospice is not letting the pandemic stop him from providing spiritual support to its patients.
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Full throttle for the SVR’s first diesel event of the year

From the 13th to the 16th May, diesel fans will be able to experience a special event of epic proportions at the Severn Valley Railway.

DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival is up and running

The DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival is underway and will be running until February 17 with a range of online events celebrating the town’s most famous son.

Shrewsbury LGBT+ History Festival goes virtual for 2021

Shrewsbury LGBT+ History is taking their 2021 LGBT+ History Festival virtual between the 6 February and 13 March.

Entertainment

Oswestry Balloon Carnival set to return this summer

The annual Oswestry Balloon Carnival is to return this summer after it was postponed due to Covid-19 restrictions last year.
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Distillery to make second batch of triumphant Hope House Gin

A distillery behind a specially produced gin in support of Hope House Children’s Hospices will produce a further batch made after selling out almost instantly.