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Shrewsbury Town 2-2 Gillingham

Substitute Tom Eaves grabs a late equaliser for Gillingham as they drew at Shrewsbury in League One. Source: BBC News Shropshire

BBC correspondent puts coughing 'jinx' on Theresa May

The prime minister's cough may have returned just in time for the Conservative conference in Birmingham. Source: BBC News Shropshire

Love and Brexit: 'I’ll move to Germany but it would be Brexit's fault'

Jacky and Jeff say they may have to move to Germany to build a future together because of Brexit. Source: BBC News Shropshire

Disabled train users to get new 'life-changing' app

A Paralympian says the app will "empower disabled people to travel without any fear". Source: BBC News Shropshire

Telford hospital's A&E to temporarily close overnight

The trust says the closure is to protect patient safety due to a lack of A&E doctors. Source: BBC News Shropshire

Shropshire baby deaths at Shropshire hospitals to be reviewed

Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust will have to provide regulators with details of deaths back to 1998. Source: BBC News Shropshire

Shropshire baby deaths at Shropshire hospitals to be reviewed

Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust will have to provide regulators with details of deaths back to 1998. Source: BBC News Shropshire

Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings: Roof restoration completed

Built in 1797, Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings is thought to be the first iron-framed building. Source: BBC News Shropshire

Oswestry road shut after gas smell reported

Church Street in Oswestry closed to traffic, workers and shoppers for almost four hours. Source: BBC News Shropshire

Shroppies: The forgotten women of the Industrial Revolution

Many know the men involved in the Industrial Revolution, but what about the women? Source: BBC News Shropshire

Shropshire's Clarke exits Worcester for Notts

Nottinghamshire sign Worcestershire and England Lions batsman Joe Clarke on a four-year deal. Source: BBC News Shropshire

Scunthorpe United 1-0 Shrewsbury Town

Scunthorpe's wait for a first home win of the season in League One ends at the fifth attempt as they beat Shrewsbury. Source: BBC News...

Hundreds more West Midlands ambulance staff get terror training

Four hundred members of West Midlands Ambulance Service are now being trained to deal with terrorist incidents. Source: BBC News Shropshire

English rainy-day phrases explained by Susie Dent

Where do sayings such as "saving for a rainy day" or "raining cats and dogs" come from? Source: BBC News Shropshire

US football mascot video goes viral after accident

As Colorado's Chip the Buffalo accidently fires a T-shirt cannon at his groin Lenny the Lion says mascot's "need minders". Source: BBC News Shropshire

Shropshire hospitals baby deaths review cases rise to over 100

Baby and mother deaths, as well as birth injuries, are being reviewed at hospitals in Shropshire. Source: BBC News Shropshire