Oliver Healey, from Telford said he set up the page before the referendum and it has now been "hijacked" by Remain backers.Read the full story ›
Police in Telford are appealing for help in finding the person who seriously injured a cat after shooting it with an airgun last week.
3-year-old Bert had been missing for three days from his home in the Hollinswood area. He returned extensively bruised after being shot and kicked.
The black and white cat is now recovering at home after undergoing surgery to remove a pellet.
The offence has been reported to the RSPCA.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was reportedly raped in Telford.
It happened on a pathway across a small field in between Trench Road and Lennox Road, opposite the old location of The Sutherland School between 10pm and midnight yesterday (Wednesday 8th June).
Detectives are conducting forensic searches of the area and conducting house to house enquiries.
The scene of the offence has been identified within walking distance of the Duke of York pub, given the time the offence took place I would urge anyone who was in the pub yesterday evening to come forward to police.
Similarly anyone who was in the local area visiting pubs or food outlets between the hours of 10pm and midnight is urged to get in touch; you could hold key information to assist us in identifying who is responsible.
Investigators are continuing their work at the scene of an aircraft crash which killed two people in Shropshire.
The light aircraft was heading for Shifnal Airfield when it crashed minutes from the runway yesterday, killing the two people inside.
Both the pilot and the passenger were pronounced dead at the scene.
Witnesses said they heard the engine stall before the plane fell from the sky.
Both the pilot and the passenger died in the collision shortly before 5pm near Shaw Lane, Shifnal near Telford.Read the full story ›
Plans to have a single emergency department for Telford and Shrewsbury have hit a stumbling block after a vote by health bosses.Read the full story ›
West Mercia Police are supporting teenagers who are struggling at school as part of a wider partnership with charity the Princes Trust.Read the full story ›
An MP has accused striking junior doctors of "short-changing" the public over their long-running dispute with the British Medical Association.
Lucy Allan, the Conservative MP for Telford, said their recent two-day walkout was "holding the NHS to ransom".
But local junior doctors have hit back, calling her comments out of touch with reality.
Andy Bevan reports:
An MP has provoked anger over comments she made on her Facebook page about junior doctors 'holding the NHS to ransom'.Read the full story ›