Laura Goodman is understood to have offered her resignation over the reaction to what her partner described as a "flippant Facebook post".Read the full story ›
Shocking CCTV footage showing two brazen thieves targeting an 87-year-old woman in a supermarket has been released by police.Read the full story ›
The man was taken to hospital after the car he was travelling in was hit by a tree.Read the full story ›
Both the pilot and the passenger died in the collision shortly before 5pm near Shaw Lane, Shifnal near Telford.Read the full story ›
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 ›
Pictures of items found near a skull and other human remains at a motorway junction have been released by police trying to identify him.Read the full story ›
Police have uncovered "further skeletal remains" close to the spot where a human skull was found near a motorway slip road.Read the full story ›
Investigation ongoing after remains were found at junction four of the M54 at Telford in Shropshire.Read the full story ›
Shoppers in Shropshire have been left feeling ill after they bought Co-op doughnuts that had been accidentally tainted by cleaning fluid.
The company has apologised for what it called "an isolated issue", after disinfectant was left for too long on baking trays which were then used to cook the snacks.
A spokesperson for the Co-operative Food said: "We are committed to offering consistently high quality products and service and, we are sorry that this product fell short of those expectations.
"The matter has been thoroughly investigated and an isolated issue regarding the correct cleaning process for our oven trays was identified. This has now been addressed.”
Paul McGreary, Shropshire Council’s head of business support and regulatory services, confirmed that the Council was looking into the incident.
He said: “Shropshire Council is investigating this case, and that investigation is ongoing; therefore, we can’t comment any further.”
An investigation into infant cremations at the Emstrey Crematorium in Shewsbury found ashes were not returned in more than 50 cases.Read the full story ›