Law firms across Shropshire are celebrating after being listed in the industry’s ‘bible’.
A domiciliary care company in Shropshire has become the first in the sector to set up a formal link to help county students into work.
Twenty new jobs have been created in Oswestry by telecommunications giant BT to work on its Openreach network.
Shropshire’s business leaders have insisted that there’s no need to “push the panic button” after a new survey saw economic growth forecasts downgraded.
If we had been in Devon a little while back, we’d be building up to Tavistock’s Goose Fair, writes Rosemary Allen.
A Shropshire couple who have kept dairy cows for more than 30 years have been forced to sell off their 85-strong herd because of falling milk prices.
How should farmers plan their compound feeds strategy in the light of market movements?
It is seen as an old fashioned solution to our very modern economic problems.
In what you might call the glory days of universities, many young adults would study with varying degrees of assiduity and emerge at the end with good or mediocre degrees in a wide range of generalist subjects of no practical value in the world of work.
A new branch operations manager has been appointed to spearhead growth at an employment agency run by the Shropshire Star’s parent company.