Suicide prevention cards success
Suicide prevention leaflets have produced “great feedback and positive results” even before their first run of 20,000 copies was printed.
Opposition councillors warn of "disastrous" exit from EU
A No Deal Brexit would be “socially and economically disastrous” and Shropshire Council should tell its EU residents “you continue to be welcome here”, according to a group of opposition councillors.
More needs to done to tackle “middle class drug taking” says PCC
The region’s police and crime commissioner has said more should be done to challenge the view that “middle-class drug taking” does not have an impact on serious crime.
Two arrested on suspicion for Class A drugs offences
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of Class A drugs offences, following a preplanned operation in the early hours of Friday morning.
Police issue warning following reports of a telephone fraud scam
Police are urging the public to remain vigilant and to not be fooled by a recent spate of telephone fraud scams.
Man died of natural causes
Police say a man who was taken ill and found at the Grange park in Leominster last month has been identified.
Dementia centre awarded lottery funding
A meeting centre in North Herefordshire for people living with dementia and their care partners has received a major boost from the National Lottery.
North Herefordshire MP to raise concerns over delay to bypass plans
North Herefordshire MP Bill Wiggin will meet county council chiefs on Friday to discuss the proposed Hereford bypass plans.
Calls to reduce speed limit after road death
A county councillor is calling for a speed limit reduction after a fatal accident on the A44 near Bromyard.
Tree tents plan rejected
County planners have rejected a scheme to set up tree tents for tourists to stay in near Leominster.
CCG advises PCC to work with NHS to learn about effects autism has on behaviour
Police need to be educated about the effect autism has on people’s lives, according to a local NHS group.
Council policy on A-boards is a mess
Street advertising in Shropshire is governed by “uncoordinated or sometimes non-existent” policies, a report says.
Appeal for witnesses to fatal collision on A44
Police are appealing for witnesses to a single vehicle fatal collision in Whitbourne yesterday morning.
Inspector hears mobile home appeal
A planning inspector today reviewed rejected plans to place a mobile home for an equestrian worker on a farm near Leominster.
Two killed in crash on A465 at Allensmore
Two people have died following a road traffic collision involving a motorbike and a tractor in Allensmore yesterday.
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