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Van driver offered lifts to Witney schoolgirls
The man, travelling in a white van, is said to have approached three 12-year-old girls, believed to be pupils at Wood Green School, who were cycling in Hailey Road on Wednesday at about 6pm.
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Fri Jul 11, 2014
Now let's push for better bus links to other hospitals'
Buy this photo Cllr Andrew Coles has fought for more than a year for a bus service from West Oxfordshire to the John Radcliffe Hospital.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Trek across America is a punishing test of stamina
TACKLING mountains, boggy swamps and farmland, only one in four people who attempt the 2,160-mile long Appalachian Trail manage to complete it.
Getting to the bottom of the great fracking issue
Green county councillor David Williams is hoping to find a way to prevent it from taking place within the county.
Updated List: Oxfordshire school closures due to the teachers' strike on Thursday, July 10
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.
Long Hanborough rail station holds key to A40 traffic, says county council leader
LONG HANBOROUGH railway station could hold the key to unlocking West Oxfordshire's traffic woes, Oxfordshire County Council leader Ian Hudspeth has claimed.
an Ambulance base may be permanently established again in Witney to tackle a response times crisis.
South Central Ambulance Service has said it is facing increasing pressure from a reduced workforce and rising numbers of 'red calls' being made.
'We were not told our mum was at risk of suicide'
James Gulliford, son of Jackie Gulliford, said the family would have reacted differently if they had known everything.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Listen: All smiles as minister pledges a load of money
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond, left, and county council leader Ian Hudspeth pictured on a visit to the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, part of the Harwell research complex It includes A 26m towards the Western Conveyance Channel to tackle flooding in and around Oxford, and a technology and innovation training centre working with City of Oxford ... (more)
NHS cuts branded an 'utter disaster'
MORE suicide attempts, a surge in anti-depressant usage and pressure on the NHS will spiral under cuts to a mental health service, it has been warned.
Fire engine Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service was called to the fire at 7.53pm on Sunday by the Oxford Witney Four Pillars Hotel.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Gipsy Kings, Cornbury Festival, Oxfordshire, UK
The demographic of Cornbury threw up some curious juxtapositions. Kacey Musgraves sang about Texan trailer parks to an audience more used to deer parks; a Witney-based ska band served up Kanye covers for the red-trousered throng.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Macbeth gets male makeover
Buy this photo Matthew Springett, as Macbeth, and Christopher Finn as Lady Macbeth in the Cogges Farm museum production.
Cameron backs concern at A40 route to school
PRIME Minister David Cameron has written to Oxfordshire County Council echoing concerns about a road deemed safe to walk for schoolchildren.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Friends plan rose memorial in another tribute to Liberty
FRIENDS of teenager Liberty Baker, who was killed on her way to school on Monday, want to plant a rose in her memory.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
The Scales of Justice - 31 people up in court
Stephen Rix, 56, of Barns Lane, Burford, admitted drink driving on Guildenford, Burford, on June 12. Had 53 micrograms of alcohol in 100ml of breath over the legal limit of 35mg.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Fly tip offence costs cabbie nearly 2,000
A TAXI driver from Witney has been ordered to pay almost A 2,000 for not getting rid of his waste properly.
a Councillor has welcomed plans to move Burford's post office into the town's newsagent's shop.
The Post Office is assessing feedback after carrying out a public consultation into plans to close the current branch in High Street and move the service to Burford News.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
'There was no warning, the car just zoomed onto the pavement behind ...
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