- Sacked first responder gets her job back
- Telford lorry driver charged over M25 death
- Plane makes crash landing in field
- Prince Andrew visits Shrewsbury
- Updates from Friday 17 March 2017
We'll be back with our usual mix of news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Monday.
AFC Telford United are hopeful that striker Lee Hughes will be back for tomorrow's match against Bradford Park Avenue at the Bucks Head.
They've lost their last two league matches without him, but had a morale-boosting 2-0 win over Shrewsbury Town in the Shropshire Senior Cup in the week.Copyright: Mike Sheridan
Victory could see them leapfrog Boston United into 15th place in the table.
West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) said it reversed its decision to sack a community first responder after holding a meeting to "give her the chance to detail her views on what happened".
Effie Cadwallader from Oswestry was dismissed for shredding patient documents - an act which WMAS said broke trust procedures and the Data Protection Act.
The ambulance service said it decided "the value of her services to the community outweighs the circumstances of what happened".
We're forecast more rain this evening and tomorrow, so you might want to celebrate St Patrick's Day indoors - or take an umbrella.
The Queen officially opened Shropshire Council's Shirehall headquarters in Shrewsbury 50 years ago today.
The architects designed the buildings around a number of mature trees and the curved outside of the council chamber is finished in Portland stone.Copyright: BBC
Paying tribute, architect Ralph Crowe's son John said: "It must be hoped that the qualities of this well specified, designed, built and adaptable municipal building are well enough recognised to see it through the next 50 years at least."
BBC Sunday Politics
On the BBC's Sunday Politics programme this weekend, we'll be asking whether Shropshire would be better off having just one unitary authority.
The leaders of both Shropshire Council and Telford and Wrekin Council have so far resisted the idea, but the MP for North Shropshire, Owen Paterson, says it the move could save £20m a year.Copyright: BBC
Mr Paterson has written to the Communities Secretary, the Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid, arguing that "the continuance of Telford and Wrekin Council is inefficient and has led to unnecessary duplication".
He wants Mr Javid to order a cost benefit analysis of what savings might would accrue from merging the two neighbouring unitaries.
News Editor, BBC Shropshire
A light aircraft's made an emergency landing in a field near Ellesmere.Copyright: Shropshire Star
The plane came down near Kenwick at around 14:00 and eight fire vehicles turned out, along with the ambulance and police.
The pilot walked free, suffering only from shock.
Telford Tigers wrap up the regular season at home to Milton Keynes Lightning on Sunday, wanting a win against their one-time title rivals.
The Tigers are also looking to maintain their 15-game winning run, which stretches back to January and enter the end-of-season play-offs in good form.Copyright: Steve Brodie
Watkins will have to wait until the weekend's games are out of the way, to learn who his side will face in the play-off group stages, which start on Wednesday.Quote Message: It is so important for us to keep our feet moving and keep this train moving along on Sunday. We’ve got a great run going and we want to keep that." from Tom Watkins Telford Tigers head coach
The Severn Valley Railway has got its three-day Steam Gala under way today, with a number of guest locomotives visiting.
As well as all the usual activity, there will be goods trains and brake vans running up and down the tracks and up to 10 different locomotives in action.Copyright: Severn Valley Railway
There is also be a beer tent at the Bewdley station and two new exhibitions at the Highley Engine House.
A community first responder who was sacked by West Midlands Ambulance Service because she shredded patient records has been given her job back.
Effie Cadwallader had been told she had broken trust procedures and the Data Protection Act.Copyright: BBC
The ambulance service decided to reverse its decision after a meeting with her earlier today.
A Telford lorry driver has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving, in connection with a fatal crash in Essex a year ago.
A Nissan Note and an HGV collided on the M25 at Waltham Abbey on 29 March 2016 and a 34-year-old woman, who was a passenger in the car, died in hospital from her injuries a few days later. Another passenger in the car was injured.
Anthony Cheshire, who is 62 and from Reynards Coppice in Sutton Hill, was charged with causing death by dangerous driving and causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
A 32-year-old woman from south east London faces the same charges and is also charged with causing death by careless driving while with a proportion of a specified controlled drug above the specified limit.
Both are due to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates' Court on 12 April.
BBC Local Live
Prince Andrew has been paying a quick visit to the county today, to officially open a family-owned nougat company in Shrewsbury. His family sampled some of the confectionery at Sandringham, at Christmas.
BBC Weather Watchers
We're really started to notice the photos of flowers flooding in this week - a sign that Spring is finally here perhaps.
These pictures were taken by BBC Weather Watchers in Oakengates and Newport.Copyright: Tay/Ray
BBC Midlands Today
Chris Malkin, from Market Drayton, is the man to impress this weekend.
He's a judge at the Shire Horse Society National Show in Stafford.
About 250 horses from across Europe have entered the event, with the highlight the King George V cup awarded on Saturday.
Burglars struck at a scout hut, stealing thousands of pounds of goods - and were followed by fly-tippers who dumped a trailer load of tyres.
This'll take you back... Roger Kean and Oliver Frey were the men behind two really influential computer magazines from the days of the ZX Spectrum and the Commodore 64.
They've now seen a blue plaque installed on the offices they used to work out of.
And they still own some of the original artwork from the magazines.
BBC Midlands Today
On Midlands Today this lunchtime, I'll be live from what's been called the largest Shire horse competition in the world.Copyright: BBC
Crowds will see 250 horses paraded over the next three days.
I'll give you a taste of the event so far on BBC One from 13:30.
South Shropshire Journal
A gust of wind turned a small, controlled bonfire into a six-acre blaze on Shropshire Wildlife Trust land.