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Public sector workers marched from George Street to Rewley Road fire station in Oxford before gathering in Frideswide Square for speeches during the rally.
Joanna Stannard, 38, wrote to police on the day of her death to describe exactly where they would find her body in Bagley Wood near Kennington.
Given a 42-month driving ban and fined A 200. Also told to pay a A 20 victims' surcharge and A 85 costs.
The Oxford Mail can today reveal 18 projects are under way or set to start in the next two months.
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Or that the railway into the city used to run through Hinksey Park to Oxford's original railway station in Marlborough Road? Local historian Liz Woolley, who calls South Oxford the city's "Cinderella", is hoping to bring its hidden charms to light.
In the UK, about 50 pregnant and postnatal women develop life-threatening severe maternal sepsis for every woman who dies from the condition, according to a study from UK researchers published in this week's PLOS Medicine .
Buy this photo Simon and Kelly-Ann Strange with their children, left to right, Jordan, Camron, Lewis, Kai and Brandon.
Here's our list of schools that have so far said they will be closed, part-closed or fully open during the teachers' strike on Thursday, July 10. The list will be constantly updated as we get new information.
Terry Wakeling, pictured, of Bonar Road, Headington, Oxford, admitted two counts of robbery and one count of causing racially aggravated harassment, alarm or distress on Friday.
A SPEED camera on the A34 near Oxford caught the fourth highest number of speeding drivers in the UK last year, bringing in A 126,640 in fines.
Only a few books reach the top of the fiction bestseller charts, but there are many more terrific new titles available at the Library.
But it is not the residents' tolerance of them that is wearing thin. St Nicholas Church, Elsfield Road, Marston, has been told its six bells had worn down from years of the hammer striking them.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 03:47 am
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