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14th November, 2006

Fire officers in Shropshire are backing a campaign to fight "hate crime" which is on the increase in the county.

There have been two major incidents of such crime involving fire in the county in which a man's Shrewsbury home was...

9th November, 2006

A twenty year old woman was today carried to safety by firefighters from her burning flat in Craven Arms.

After receiving a call at 4.45am, three crews from Craven Arms, Ludlow and Church Stretton were sent to the scene and on arrival...

3rd November, 2006

Following the success of the Community Safety Open Day held at Bridgnorth Fire Station where over 500 people attended, Bridgnorth District Community Safety Partnership working in partnership with Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service and The...

31st October, 2006

Firefighters visited members of a Telford mosque to get over fire safety messages to the Muslim community.

They chose the last Friday prayer before the Festival of Eid as many Muslims were attending to pray and listen to the message of Eid...

31st October, 2006

Personnel at Oswestry Fire Station in partnership with Students from the Derwen College, Gobowen, have received a Gold Medal Award from Oswestry Borough Council for their horticultural display at the Station.

The judges from the Council...

23rd October, 2006

Shropshire employers have been praised for their "valuable" contribution in releasing staff to carry out firefighting duties in the county.

Without them, Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service - which has 300 retained firefighters - would be...

18th October, 2006

Shropshire's High Sheriff became a car crash "victim" as firefighters demonstrated how they rescue people trapped in the wreckage of their cars after a collision.

Richard Tanner willingly played the role as he was cut free from a red Ford...

17th October, 2006

Released by Shropshire County Council

Hundreds of Shropshire primary school children will be learning about road safety when a special drama performance tours ten county schools from Monday 30 October.

'Cat Ninelives in Deepest...

6th October, 2006

Wellington householders are warming to the idea of fire safety in the home with the help of Muhammad Sajid Younis, a multi lingual advocate from Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Kashmir born Muhammad, a geography teacher from Islamabad...

4th October, 2006

POLICE in South Shropshire are urging the public to take advantage of technological developments that could help protect their property and catch thieves.

SmartWater, which allows homeowners to mark their property invisibly, has been...

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