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The Shropshire Star is a regional newspaper covering the whole of Shropshire, plus parts of Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Cheshire, the Llangollen area and northern Powys in the United Kingdom.


The editor is Sarah-Jane Smith, who took over from Adrian Faber when he became editor of the Star's sister paper the Express & Star in Wolverhampton.

The paper has been in circulation since Monday, October 5, 1964 inheriting a nightly circulation of around 19,000 from the old Shropshire edition of the Express & Star.

Its editorial headquarters are in Telford where it is also printed.

There are seven editions of the paper, which are published daily Monday to Saturday - Midday, Powys, Oswestry, North Shropshire, South/Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury and Last, which primarily serves the Telford area.

The headquarters also print the weekly series - a further three paid-for publications, one part-paid/part-free and three free distribution publications. The Shrewsbury Chronicle is among the weekly series. The Shropshire Magazine is also based in the same offices and produced monthly.

The Shropshire Star is owned by the Midland News Association which also owns the Express and Star newspaper.

Within the circulation area, the Shropshire Star has an average issue readership of 171,837 adults.

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