A PCSO was arrested by colleagues from his own force for drink-driving when he called for back-up after pulling another motorist over, a court heard today.
Proposals to build 85 homes to the north of Deddington were voted down by councillors this evening at a crucial planning meeting.
A man who beheaded a restaurant manager will not have his 19-year sentence reduced by the Court of Appeal.
A major international search is underway for Sarah's mother who is believed to have flown to Kenya on Wednesday night Body: The tot was discovered by officers after they received a fear for welfare call at around 10am on Thursday A major international search is underway for Sarah's mother who is believed to have flown to Kenya on Wednesday night.
This is the shocking CCTV footage of a young woman who was assaulted as she walked in Reading town centre in the early hours of the morning last summer.
The mother of a two-year-old girl whose body was discovered at a house is thought to have left the UK, police have revealed.
Andrew Adams, 24, of no fixed address, admitted drink-driving on the Eastern Bypass, Oxford, on March 24, and driving without insurance.
PLANS for a multi-million pound business park on the edge of a Bicester housing estate are set to be thrown out tonight.
South Central Ambulance service received a call from Thames Valley Police at 5.09pm reporting there was a body in the water near Fobney Street, in Reading town centre.
Police were called to an address in Bicester on after receiving a report concerning fear for a child's welfare.
A HUSBAND who allegedly stabbed his wife to death became "clingy and obsessive" when he felt their relationship was ending, a jury heard.
BOTH lanes on the A40 have now re-opened between the Eynsham Roundabout and the Woodstock Road after an earlier accident.
Tea and coffee, cakes and scones were all served up to hungry customers at the Old Swan and Minster Mill, in Minster Lovell, near Witney.
CHARLIE Courtney and brown spaniel Molly, a working diabetes alert dog, enjoyed the long jump contest at a Medical Detection Dogs Fun Day in Carterton.
"Prince Harry is in town," John Oliver shouted. "Right now, that's the Brit you want - not the pasty MP from West Oxfordshire." During a press conference at the White House on Tuesday, as the president faced a tough question on the controversies marring his second term, British Prime Minister David Cameron just stood there, in the words of Jon ... (more)