Failing Shropshire pub boss guilty of fraud


The manager of a failing pub swindled his staff out of thousands of pounds by withholding wages for months and finally writing cheques from a closed account that bounced, a court heard.

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Campaigners have vowed to fight plans to close a register office as part of cuts by Shropshire Council.

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Whopping £115,000 raised by walkers in Bridgnorth

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Want to know what Shropshire's Britain's Got Talent success stories are up to now?

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Today is the last chance for people to vote for a project to restore an old cinema to receive a potential £25,000 in funding.

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Shropshire and Mid Wales MPs welcome EU referendum pledge

How would you vote? In or out?

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A new swimming pool in Shrewsbury is vital for competitive swimming across the whole of Shropshire, according to a member of the county’s swimming association.

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Dr Mary McCarthy: GPs’ profession faced by many challenges

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Many thousands of children may have been spared serious illness and admission to hospital by the smoking ban in England, research has shown

What do you think? Vote now in our poll and have your say: Should smoking be banned full stop?

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Controversial powers could be taken away from non-elected officers following anger over “undemocratic” Shropshire planning decisions.

Meanwhile, in the south of the county, councillors said they felt increasingly under pressure to rubber-stamp everything – and had even been told by officers that some proposals “couldn’t” be looked at by the elected planning committee.

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Yet another large-scale solar farm is being planned on the outskirts of Ludlow, next door to land already earmarked for 32 acres of solar panels.

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