Shropshire County, England Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. Old Elizabethans ready for "season-defining" clash at PenkridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Worcester News

    OLD Elizabethans face a "season-defining" clash against lowly Penkridge tomorrow in Birmingham League Division Two , according to vice-captain Liam Booth. After a disappointing start to the campaign, the Worcester club have recorded two wins in their last three games to suggest they have not given up on their promotion hopes.

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  2. Newport food factory fined 100k after turkeys found defrosting outside in dirty waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | South Wales Argus

    A NEWPORT food manufacturing company have been fined A 100,000 after turkeys were found defrosting outside in dirty water in the yard of the premises. Newport City Council carried out an investigation into Severnside Provisions on the Leeway Industrial Estate in December 2013 after information was received from the Food Standards Agency.

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  3. Landlord fined for ignoring councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | 24dash

    A landlord who defied a council's efforts to establish ownership of a property has to pay nearly 10,000 in fines and costs. Delbag Singh Fagura, of Clifton Road, Wolverhampton, was convicted of nine building regulation offences and one charge of failing to disclose information as required by law.

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  4. A worker using a computer.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Staffordshire Newsletter

    THERE are 117 technology jobs available within 20 miles of Stafford. Here's some of the latest available.

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  5. Widow seeks legal probe into Goodyear worker's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Tire Business

    The widow of a former Goodyear Dunlop Tyres employee in the United Kingdom is seeking legal action against the tire maker after a coroner ruled that his death was caused by exposure to industrial chemicals at the plant. Fred Spruce, 72, died of bladder cancer which, according to his widow's legal representatives, was caused by contamination at the Goodyear factory in Wolverhampton, England, where he worked for 42 years.

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  6. Travelling show family may stayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Border Counties Advertizer

    The Stokes family moved on to the Ifton Heath Primary School site in St Martins for a temporary 12-month period last year after their former base at the Smithfield Livestock Market in Oswestry was cleared to make way for a supermarket complex. However, today members of the North Shropshire Planning Committee will look at whether a further nine-month extension is possible.

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  7. The West Midlands Combined Authority's delayed launch is confirmed kickstarting 8 billion investmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | IcWolverhampton

    West Midlands Combined Authority launched with Ninder Johal , Martin Reeves , Bob Sleigh and Roger Lawrence The new region wide organisation designed to oversee 8 billion investment in the economy, transport and housing has been officially launched - a week late. The grandstand launch of the new West Midlands Combined Authority had been delayed after Warley Labour MP John Spellar blocked the Parliamentary order confirming its creation last week.

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  8. EU referendum debate comes to OswestryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Border Counties Advertizer

    THE EU referendum will come to Oswestry next week, where speakers for both the Leave and Remain campaigns will debate the key issues. Hosted in the Methodist Church, the hustings event will offer voters a balanced view on whether the UK should relinquish its membership of the European Union or remain a part of it.

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  9. Newport turkey firm bosses jailed for selling 'dirty' meatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | BBC News

    Turkey processing firm bosses have been jailed after leaving large amounts of meat defrosting in dirty water before selling it, Newport council has said. Severnside Provisions, of Leeway Industrial Estate, was also ordered to pay A 400,000 at the city's crown court on Friday.

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  10. Crowds came to see the first electric tram in SedgleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Black Country Bugle

    Erecting a tram pole in High Street, Sedgley, as part of the electrification of the route from Wolverhampton to Dudley A double-decker heading to Wolverhmapton and a single-deck tram going to Dudley pass in the Bull Ring, Sedgley DEBATE over the extension of the Midland Metro tram service continues, with a line from Wednesbury, through Dudley and Brierley Hill, to the Merry Hill Centre proposed to open in 2022/23. The heyday of the tram was at the beginning of the 20th century, when the old Victorian horse-drawn and steam-powered trams were replaced by electric trams.

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  11. Codsall, the Coppice and the legacy of Cradley Heath'scollieriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Black Country Bugle

    The name of Codsall is most usually associated with the leafy village a few miles away from Wolverhampton. However, there is another Codsall, lying at the heart of the Black Country, which was no less leafy until less than two hundred years ago.

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  12. North Shropshire College hosts Finnish students in erasmus exchangeRead the original story

    Friday Jun 17 | FarmingUK

    They also got to live a day in the life of an agriculture student and learn about the local farming history, as well as having hands on experience. The visit was organised by the Enterprise and Development Team at NSC, who have been working closely with their equals in Finland to create an enriched and informative visit for the students at the College and in the UK.

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  13. Storms hit HabberleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Evesham Journal

    Pictures from two Shuttle readers show the amazing cloud formations developing over areas of Kidderminster yesterday as a result of heavy downpour. Martin Cooper, a window fitter for Oakleaf Commercial Services, spotted the storm at around 3pm from his van on Cathedral Avenue, Habberley, before it disappeared five minutes later.

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  14. AWARD / GRANT: NEC Faculty Member Dave Holland Receives 2017 NEA Jazz Masters AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | All About Jazz

    Renowned Jazz Bassist Dave Holland Earns Nation's Highest Honor in Jazz: 2017 NEA Jazz Masters Award Holland is an NEC Visiting Artist-in-Residence NEC visiting artist-in-residence, renowned jazz bassist/composer and bandleader Dave Holland has earned the nation's highest honor in jazz: a 2017 NEA Jazz Masters Award. Holland is one of five individuals recognized for their lifetime achievements and exceptional contributions to the advancement of jazz.

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  15. Kingswinford group at Bridgnorth ukulele concertRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Black Country Bugle

    JOIN us as the Kingswinford and District Strummers play a variety of songs from the Beatles to George Formby and join in with some community singing in an evening of ukulele music at Severn Valley Country Park, Alveley, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV15 6NG, on Friday, June 17 at 7.30pm.

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  16. Your traffic and travel news for Friday morningRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 17 | Halesowennews.co.uk

    IT'S finally Friday and the weekend is nearly upon us. So let's help you reach your destination with ease this morning.

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  17. Walmley CC still waiting for the arrival of overseas player Manpreet JunejaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 16 | IcTamworth

    Red tape has delayed the India A and Delhi Daredevils IPL batsman from appearing for the Eldon Drive side so far this term. "I admit we should have completed the paperwork earlier and because Walmley haven't had an overseas player for several seasons, it's taking even longer.

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  18. Family fun day to raise money for Newport baby to have operationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 16 | South Wales Argus

    A FAMILY fun day will take place this Saturday to raise funds for an operation to give a Newport baby a new lease of life. Toni Thomas, 37, from St Julians, is trying to raise A 10,000 for her son Callum James, 14-months-old, to have an operation at Great Ormond Street Hospital.

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  19. Let's have a 'South Worcestershire Unitary Council': veteran Labour figure's radical callRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 8 | Droitwich Advertiser

    A SENIOR Worcester politician says a new 'unitary' council should be created for south Worcestershire - despite admitting it means "political suicide" for his party. Veteran Labour Councillor Paul Denham, the current city mayor, says it's time to consider scrapping district authorities in Worcester, Malvern and Wychavon to have one big council covering all three areas.

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  20. Looking back at the Isle of Wight, June 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 8 | Isle of Wight County Press

    From left, John Passat, Luke Peasey, Mark Turner, Damon Trueman, Iain McGovern and Damon Long re-enacting the 1966 game. EACH week we look back at Isle of Wight history and heritage, using the Isle of Wight County Press Archive.

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