8 hrs ago
20,000 fine for firm for breaking asbestos disposal law during demolition
A DEVELOPMENT firm has been fined A 20,000 and ordered to pay costs of more than A 15,000 after failing to ensure asbestos was removed safely during the demolition of the Buttercross Works in Witney.
12 hrs ago
Meet the man putting us in the pictures
And one of the key players has been film producer Damian Jones, who is from the West Oxfordshire village of Church Hanborough.
13 hrs ago
Abingdon & Witney College handed A 4m building boost
A COLLEGE has been handed a A 4m boost to build a new centre to train youngsters in core engineering skills.
14 hrs ago
Future is bright for county's energy trainees as centre opens in Witney
Oxford Energy Academy spent a year planning its new A 50,000 apprentice complex at its premises in Swain Court, Witney.
17 hrs ago
Plans for thousands of extra homes branded a catastrophe
Buy this photo Stuart Harrison, chairman of the North Witney Action Group, left, with Graham Knaggs, chairman of Hailey Parish Council, in a field off Eastfield Road, Witney THE face of Witney could "fundamentally change" if another 3,500 homes are built in the town, according to a resident.
19 hrs ago
ABOUT 2,000 properties are reported to be affected by a power cut in Witney this morning.
A FORMER Oxford Brookes Gaza Scholar is in intensive care and six members of his family dead after their home was bombed by Israeli forces.
22 hrs ago
How two little 'princes' spent their very different birthdays
OUR FUTURE king celebrated his first birthday yesterday, but it wasn't just Prince George who blew out a candle.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
A418 near Thame closed as firefighters tackle barn fire
Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service has had to close the A418 in both directions just before 7pm because they have had to lay their hose over the road.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
WITNEY residents can give their views today on a proposed 200 homes for the town.
Developer Taylor Wimpey will hold a public exhibition on plans for land between Woodstock Road and New Yatt Road.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Retirement beckons as school term ends
As schoolchildren look forward to a summer of freedom, education reporter SOPHIE SCOTT speaks to teachers saying a more permanent farewell to lessons as they prepare for retirement But this week, they were hanging up their coats and packing up their books in preparation for their retirement after term end on Tuesday.
an Artist has started a crowdfunding campaign to back her first exhibition in an Oxford arts venue.
Claire Duffy, of Witney, is staging a display themed around 12 birds that can be found across Britain, at the Old Fire Station in George Street.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
So who is responsible for the scourge of sewage flooding in Oxfordshire?
SEWERS in Oxfordshire need to be upgraded to cope with more housing, according to councillors and residents hit by overflowing sewage.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Funeral of schoolgirl Liberty to take place
The funeral of Witney schoolgirl Liberty Baker will be held at 11am on Monday at Our Lady and St Hugh Roman Catholic Church, Moorland Road, followed by burial at Tower Hill Cemetery.
Caution urged on bookings for Corn Exchange
Witney Town Council maintains it wants the Market Square building open by the end of the year but said it has to be "realistic" about when it can be used for events such as weddings.
Campaigning mother and magistrate who led medical revolution in a fight against rare condition
Instead, the North Leigh campaigner had the courage to start a new organisation, the Tuberous Sclerosis Association of Great Britain, with a mother from Glasgow, Esther Galbraith.
Hospital bus from Carterton to JR stops a half-mile walk away
Buy this photo Cllr Andrew Coles lobbied the county council and Stagecoach for the S7 service Picture: OX68533 Mark Hemsworth BUS PASSENGERS face a half-mile walk to the John Radcliffe hospital after a new dedicated service stops short of the entrance.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Give your views on West Oxfordshire's draft local plan
A PUBLIC consultation has been launched to get residents' views on how housing should develop in West Oxfordshire over the next 15 years.
Intense staring makes me uncomfortable
How do you feel as a disabled person when people stare at you? From a personal point of view, I walk often with a guide dog or a white cane and I always wear a special splint on my lower leg which has dinosaur prints on it, which I got to please the children.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Thousands flock to soak up carnival spirit
WITNEY was filled with the carnival spirit once again as the crowds enjoyed the town's annual parade and entertainment.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Police search high and low for missing Andrzej
Polish man Andrzej Jedryka was reported missing at 12.30am on Saturday and police had said they were concerned about his welfare because of his state of mind when he left his home in Thorney Leys.