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Baby murder case mother 'very loving'

Paul and Ashlea Thomas

A nursery nurse accused of the murder of her 11-month-old baby was “very loving” towards her son and had been “over the moon” at becoming a mother, a court heard.

Pressure on A&E hits operations

Princess Royal Hospital

Pressure on accident and emergency departments has led to a dramatic increase in the number of cancelled operations at Shropshire’s two main hospitals.

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Letter: Dresden justified

Dresden took a hammering 70 years ago today

It amazes me that we are now being accused of committing a war crime concerning Sir Arthur “Bomber” Harris’ fronting the bombing of Dresden where 25,000 people were killed.

Letter: Fairtrade events to make a difference

The Fairtrade Fortnight website

Fairtrade Town Shrewsbury is calling on the local community to support Fairtrade Fortnight 2015 and bring about positive change for millions of farmers and workers in developing countries.

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Baby murder case mother 'very loving'

Paul and Ashlea Thomas

A nursery nurse accused of the murder of her 11-month-old baby was “very loving” towards her son and had been “over the moon” at becoming a mother, a court heard.

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Shropshire render maker eyeing growth

An expanding manufacturer in south Shropshire has landed one of the construction industry’s top endorsements – allowing the firm to eye new growth and additional jobs.

Dechra smashes £100m sales mark

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Veterinary pharmaceuticals firm Dechra has hailed “continued momentum” after smashing the £100 million sales barrier in the first half of the year.