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3 hrs ago | Oxford Mail
Buy this photo Andrew Elphick, front, and other Long Hanborough residents protesting about the planned development Picture: OX68776 Denis Kennedy VILLAGERS have teamed up to declare "hands off Hanborough" and fight housing plans which would increase the population of their West Oxfordshire community by 50 per cent.
3 hrs ago | Oxford Mail
A BID to turn a health centre into student accommodation has sparked fears that Oxford colleges are taking over the suburbs of north Oxford.
7 hrs ago | This is Oxfordshire
A COUNCILLOR has warned the cost of cleaning graffiti that has blighted neighbourhoods could deprive cash-strapped services of funds.
8 hrs ago | Oxford Mail
MANY young girls look forward to being treated on their birthday with presents, a nice meal out, or even a fancy new hairdo.
12 hrs ago | Oxford Times
A TEENAGER with childhood dreams of becoming a prima ballerina beat more than 250 other dancers to pirouette into a sparkling role in audiences' favourite The Nutcracker.
15 hrs ago | Oxford Times
A new branch of The Last Bookshop is set to reopen today in Jericho, just yards from the store's first site on Walton Street.
17 hrs ago | Oxford Times
Oxfordshire West Food Bank used its first community cafe event yesterday to raise money for the Liberty Baker memorial fund.
21 hrs ago | Oxford Mail
NHS England gave A 10.2m to Oxfordshire's NHS authorities and Oxfordshire County Council to deal with the seasonal increase in health problems EXTRA cash to ease pressure on the county's NHS and social services over the coming winter is to be slashed by almost two-thirds.
THE Railway Works was at the forefront of Swindon's war from first to last. Its hooter had long regulated the working lives of some 10,000 Swindonians and been a communal alarm clock for thousands more, but on Tuesday, August 4, 1914, at 7.40pm precisely, it sounded in a way that stopped people in their tracks.
Soldiers drafted in to work on the Golden Lion bridge area in Swindon town centre.
Andrew Simpson , 49, of Burford Road, Witney, admitted recording another person doing a private act with the intention of gaining sexual gratification from the image without consent in Kingsfield Crescent, Witney, between January 1 and November 13, 2012 and again on November 13, 2012.
John Woodwards, 67, lost up to A 5,000 worth of stock in the blaze, which destroyed four units at Faringdon Business Park in the early hours of Saturday.
THOUSANDS of people gathered on a meadow in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds to dance in the sun at the county's biggest free music festival.
A new brewery could be set up beneath Oxford's main post office if a scheme to sell shares to the public proves successful.
MARCHING through Bicester town centre, immaculately dressed troops turned their heads to the right to salute town mayor Lynn Pratt, who stood on a podium alongside two officers with hands to their temples.
QUEUING traffic is stretching from Oxford as far south as Milton on the A34, as roadworks rumble on at the Kennington and Hinksey Hill roundabouts.
HUNDREDS flooded Lydiard Park this weekend after Ashley Waldron's brother inspired him to hold an event and raise awareness of a mentoring project for disaffected youngsters.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 06:19 pm
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