Three men appeared were sentenced for their roles in an incident where a woman and three children were kidnapped in the town centre.Read the full story ›
The body of Harry Greaves from Oswestry has been recovered by rescuers in the Peruvian Andes.Read the full story ›
A Catholic priest facing historic allegations he indecently assaulted boys has been found dead on the day he was due to answer bail.Read the full story ›
The family of Harry Greaves who is from Shropshire have confirmed that he has been found dead.Read the full story ›
A tourist from Shropshire missing in Peru for more than a week has been seen by a local, a charity has said.Read the full story ›
The family of a man from Shropshire who's missing in Peru have travelled there to help with the search.
Harry Greaves from Oswestry hasn't been seen since he went on a mountain expedition more than a week ago. The Foreign Office is supporting his family.
Read more: Search continues for 29-year-old man in Peru
Harry Greaves has not been seen since April 7 and his family said it is out of character for him not to be in contact with anyone.Read the full story ›
Four men have been charged with kidnap after an incident involving a woman and three children in Shropshire.
Police say it happened outside of Griffin Courtyard on Leg Street in Oswestry at around 4pm.
Two men received minor injuries during the incident, although the woman and children were said to be unharmed.
Zahoor Hussain, Muserat Khan, Mohammed Anser Khan and Ateek Khan, who are all from West Bromwich, are due to appear before magistrates in Telford tomorrow.
Det Insp Jason Everett said:
I would like to thank the public for their help so far and I would like to reassure the community that this is an isolated incident. Enquiries are still ongoing but I would encourage anyone who may have witnessed the incident to please contact us on 101.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after two birds were found on the same Oswestry street with pellet gun injuries.Read the full story ›
A runner from Shropshire who smashed a world record by completing 53 marathons in 53 days is beginning a new challenge today - running from Oswestry in Shropshire to London, before taking on the London Marathon.
Amy Hughes completed the 53 marathons to raise money for a children's brain tumour research charity and to promote healthy living.
Her itinerary for the next few days is:
- Saturday 18th Oswestry - Telford. (33 miles)
- Sunday 19th Telford - Birmingham (35 miles)
- Monday 20th Birmingham - Rugby (35 miles)
- Tuesday 21st Rugby - Northampton (22 miles)
- Wednesday 22nd Northampton - Luton (37 miles)
- Thursday 23rd Luton - St Albans (12 miles)
- Thursday 23rd Travel to Bedford to attend a Kelly Holmes event.
- Friday 24th St Albans - Trafalgar Square (25 miles)
- Friday 24th Attend and present an award at the running awards at the O2 arena.
- Saturday 25th Marathon registration.
- Sunday 26th London Marathon Day (26.2 miles)