A giant moth with markings similar to the Star Wars soldiers the storm troopers has been discovered at a factory in Telford.
A new disability hate crime campaign is being launched today across Shropshire and Telford.
The Earl of Wessex is to open a state-of-the-art Academy in Telford today (11 October).
The Home Secretary, Theresa May, will visit Telford-based firm SmartWater today.
Along with the Conservative candidate for Telford, Lucy Allan, she will tour the company's base at Nedge Hill Technology Park to see how the local firm has grown to become an international success.
SmartWater uses forensic technology to form a security mark on items which are all but invisible to the naked eye.
Each batch is unique, like a fingerprint, meaning stolen goods can quickly be identified and returned to their rightful owner.
It also transfers onto hands and clothes, meaning anyone who has handled the goods will also be marked.
A woman was knocked unconscious after her car veered off the road and crashed into a lamppost and a hedge in Shropshire.
Emergency crews were called to Brockton Way, Telford, at around 7.40am today, where they found the 27-year-old driver trapped with back and pelvic injuries.
She had been unconscious for a short while and received treatment at the scene while being cut from the car by the fire service.
She was airlifted to the University Hospital North Staffordshire for treatment.
A carpet firm which was near collapse just two years ago today announced a multi-million pounds investment - and new jobs and apprenticeships.
Brintons make carpets for hotels, cruise ships and casinos - much of its business in in America. It was bought by a private equity firm two years ago and is now being seen as one of the most successful corporate turnarounds in the UK. Watch the full report
Don Coates, Managing Director of Brintons Carpets has confirmed that factories in the West Midlands will benefit from investment.
The firm, which almost collapse two years ago is investing millions in new technology and creating jobs and apprenticeships.
A carpet firm which was near collapse just two years ago has announced a multi-million pounds investment and new jobs and apprenticeships.
Brintons make carpets for hotels, cruise ships and casinos. It was bought by a private equity firm two years ago and is now being seen as one of the most successful corporate turnarounds in the UK.
As part of our transition to a private company, the senior leadership team has examined every part of our global business to better position Heinz for accelerated growth in a very competitive global market.
The difficult actions we are proposing to take will, if implemented, better position the company to support and fund our next chapter of growth while further strengthening our world-leading brands.
Heinz have warned that nearly 250 office jobs could be cut in the UK and Ireland under organisational changes.
The company have developed a new 'streamlined structure' which could include the loss of jobs. Heinz has 2,600 employees in the UK, with a main site based in Telford. The firm said it regretted the impact it would have on employees.
More than £16,000 has been seized from a Shropshire drug dealer following a drugs bust which saw 27 people sent to prison.
David Maloney, aged 34, of Dalford Court, Hollinswood, Telford, was arrested when police carried out a series of drugs raids across Telford and Shrewsbury last year. A total of £16,725 was found in a cupboard which has now been confiscated by the courts.
He was sentenced to six years in prison in March after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
Maloney was one of 27 individuals – 25 men and two women – who were convicted as a result of the drugs operation and sentenced to a total of more than 80 years in prison.
Wristbands for sale in memory of Shropshire teenager Georgia Williams will carry the motto 'Free Your Spirit - Join In'. 17-year-old Georgia from Wellington was killed last month and now a trust has been set up in her name.
The wristbands will be sold to raise money to allow young people to take part in the activities Georgia enjoyed such as outward bound courses and climbing.
Georgia's body was found almost 50 miles away from her home in Wellington, in woodland in North Wales. A 22-year-old man has been charged with her murder.