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Wrekin Construction directors banned after gem valuation forgery A forged document wrongly said the Gem of Tanzania was worth £11m Two directors of a failed Shropshire construction company have been disqualified after a forged ruby valuation was used
Two company directors have been disqualified from business after using a bogus ruby to falsely inflate their failing company's accounts. David Unwin and Nicholas Ibbotson received significant bans after trying to mask their construction company's
Media playback is unsupported on your device Muller Wiseman Dairies Shropshire butter plant officially opened 6 December 2013 Last updated at 15:02 GMT A new £17m butter plant has been officially opened in Shropshire. Muller Wiseman Dairies said 100
Jamie Reynolds admits murder Georgia Williams' father is a West Mercia detective constable A man has admitted murdering Georgia Williams, the 17-year-old daughter of a police detective. Georgia, 17, went missing from her home in Wellington on 26 May.
23 November 2013 0 View comments Hymn books could soon be a thing of the past as churches switch to high-tech services with the words on giant screens, assisted by an iTunes app. The fashion for hands-free worship' has led to a decline in book sales.
Mark Pritchard 'to sue' Telegraph over Albania claims Mark Pritchard was cleared by Parliament's standards watchdog A Tory MP alleged by the Daily Telegraph to have exploited contacts to set up business deals in Albania says he plans to sue the
Watchdog clears MP Mark Pritchard over Albania allegations Mr Pritchard is a member of Parliament's all-party group for Albania Parliament's watchdog has said it will not investigate allegations about Conservative MP Mark Pritchard's business
4 November 2013 0 View comments A remote beauty spot was cordoned off by police yesterday after bones were found by a shooting party in woodland. Officers are searching the site at Sweeney Mountain near Oswestry in Shropshire and forensic tests will
27 October 2013 0 View comments A pub chef escaped with his life by seconds when a five-tonne trailer full of Maize crushed his car moments before he was due to leave work. Daniel Baynham was heading out the door when a trailer carrying crops from a
A Conservative MP told a one-legged drug addict in a wheelchair begging outside Parliament to 'get a job'. The Daily Mail reports that Daniel Kawczynski 'admonished' the man for begging and told him that help was available to people in his situation