It started with a tip about a ‘dodgy’ wedding and developed into one of the largest investigations into sham marriages including in Shrewsbury.
Shropshire Star photographer Jamie Ricketts captured this amazing sunset over Shrewsbury last night. And readers have been quick to share their images and a stunning timelapse video.
Shropshire’s two main hospitals are already more than £5 million in the red – and are expected to be £8 million in debt by April.
A man working at a factory unit in Telford had to be treated for heat stress at work after being exposed to a substance.
Two men from a sham marriage racket involving at least 45 false relationships are on the run, it can be revealed today.
Travellers who have set up camp on two car parks in Ludlow have been told they must move on by police.
Ludlow Town Council has supported plans to replace a convenience store and post office with a new four-storey building of flats and possibly a restaurant.
Two main politicians are set to put their differences aside and join forces to fight the possible closure of the Telford’s A&E department.
The proposed route of a new overhead power line to increase the electricity capacity across north Shropshire will be published within weeks, it has been revealed.
People in Telford are being urged to wear yellow and march to show their support for their hospital on Saturday – while Shrewsbury plans to hold a rally of its own.
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The document contains our vision, aims and objectives and series of priorities and actions for the current period of this Council. The Plan was widely consulted upon and is constantly under review.
Oswestry was selected by Government to be a pathfinder for neighbourhood planning as part its Localism legislation.
Working with the local community ,through groups and individuals ,we are one of the first town councils in England to complete a neighbourhood plan.
Support was engaged through professional planning and consultation consultants and the process and resulting action plan was produced over a 12 month period.
The plan gives a strong community mandate to the town council and Shropshire Council.
Our thanks are offered to all those who took part in the process.
Your Council is responsible for a wide range of services which effect the daily lives of people who live and work in Oswestry. If you are not sure what your council does, then why not take a look to find out.
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