Oct 25, 2013
Seven fined for fare dodging
Siobhan Buckingham, 21, of The Avenue, Middleton Cheney, was found guilty of travelling by train between Banbury and Bicester North without having a valid ticket.
SCRAP metal dealers will be visited by officers as part of a crackdown on rogue traders.
Under the new rules, which come into force next month, Oxfordshire councils will have the power to enter and inspect sites and revoke or refuse licences if necessary.
Cheers heard across Banburyshire as A level results are revealed
Chris Martin, head of sixth form, said: "This year is the best we've ever had. I'm incredibly proud of the students - they're wonderful.
Fined for stealing teddy bear
Rocky Burton, 27, of Oxford Road, Old Chalford, Chipping Norton, admitted stealing a teddy bear worth A 150 from The Teddy Bear Shop.
Pupils' end of year display is no flop
Year six pupils at Middleton Cheney Primary School created an art display using recycled flip-flops and bottles to fit their chosen 'under the sea' theme.