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  1. Buses avoid station as roadworks cause gridlock in and around OxfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oxford Times

    BUS services have been withdrawn from Oxford Station for the fourth day this week as operators battle against severe congestion. Oxford Bus Company announced on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday that stationary traffic in the area of Frideswide Square had led it to drop passengers in the city centre instead.

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  2. 7 things to do this weekend in and around Swindon - August 1-2Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Wiltshire

    HERE'S our list of things to do and enjoy in and around Swindon this weekend, August 1 and 2. 1/ Wiltshire Police Dog Display, Saturday and Sunday from 11am - Visit Bowood House and Gardens hosts this The main show ring, on the grassed area near Bowood's adventure playground, will feature a variety of demonstrations such as mock chases to apprehend criminals and sniffer dogs in action plus agility and obstacle courses, a spokesman said. "There will be the chance to meet the dogs and their handlers from Wiltshire Police's specialist dog handling unit who will be happy to chat and answer questions," he said.

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  3. Formal opening for Chipping Norton's new animal hospitalRead the original story

    Yesterday | Banbury Guardian

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. David Cameron visited the purpose built new centre on Banbury Road on Friday last week to meet staff and director Martin Whitehead.

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  4. Breaking Damage inflicted on Matthew Symonds 'too severe' to say where, when and why he diedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Swindon Advertiser

    THE damage inflicted upon the body of Matthew Symonds was too severe for a pathologist to precisely determine where, when and why he died the inquest into his death heard today. Dr Russell Delaney said he was unable to draw a specific conclusion from his post-mortem examination of Mr Symonds, 34, because the body had been so badly disrupted by the bailing process at Biffa's depot in Avonmouth.

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  5. Yarnton homes without powerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Oxfordshire

    The problem originally left 130 customers without power at 6.30am, Scottish and Southern Energy said, but almost all of them had power restored before 9am. That also affected two sets of traffic lights, at Cassington and near Witney, both of which are now working again.

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  6. Why the city's green belt has to be protectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oxford Mail

    In August 1955, the then minister of housing encouraged local authorities to designate land as green belt for the first time. Other purposes of green belts were to provide easy access to open countryside; to protect surrounding towns and villages from being engulfed by the city and to protect the setting of the historic city of Oxford.

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  7. Family escape from serious house fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bicester Advertiser

    A family of five escaped from a serious fire at their home in Kennet Close in Bicester on Wednesday night. Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue crews were faced with a "severe" blaze in a first floor bedroom when called at 10.45pm.

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  8. One of Britain's biggest fuel companies has been absolutely crushed by the collapse in oil pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Norwalk Citizen News

    Oil and gas explorer BG Group put out its half-year report on Friday and it makes for pretty grim reading. Just look at the company's revenue breakdown below.

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  9. Reading FC v Espanyol: What time is kick-off? And everything else you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Get Reading

    The game will give Steve Clarke one last chance to run the rule over his squad ahead of the big Championship kick-off at Birmingham City next weekend. And it will give the majority of Reading fans their first opportunity to see some of the new signings which have arrived at the club during the summer.

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  10. Charity film breaks silence over child sex abuseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Wiltshire

    A HARROWING new charity film which aims to break the silence surrounding childhood sexual abuse has been produced by a Swindon-based studio. Invisible Child was produced by the Wyvern Theatre -based Create Studios on behalf of London charity Transformations, and depicts a child that feels she cannot speak up about her abuse, causing her to feel invisible.

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  11. UK's Allianz Insurance Partners with Pentura to Provide Cyber Risk ServicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Insurance Journal West

    Allianz Insurance has joined forces with cyber risk management company, Pentura, to provide commercial customers with help and guidance to improve cyber security. As part of the partnership, Pentura, which is based in Reading, England, will provide Allianz Commercial policyholders with free consultations to discuss cyber security concerns including targeted attacks, incident response and data loss.

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  12. On Native GroundTIMID, Passive Reporters Produce Timid, Passive JournalismRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    If you're like me, at some point in the past few years you've had the conversation about why there are so many dead bodies - fake dead bodies - on television. We have dead bodies lying on slabs in the morgue on most of the "Law & Order" franchises - and there are three of them, plus endless reruns.

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  13. Travel and weather round-up: Friday, July 31Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Swindon Advertiser

    Clearer skies will remain in place throughout most of the day as the temperatures continue to rise slowly for Swindon into the weekend. After the unpredictable weather of recent days, a slightly nippy start to today will give way to a mostly dry day with plenty of sunshine.

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  14. BG Profit Beats Estimates as Record Output Shows Appeal to ShellRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    BG Group Plc, which agreed to be acquired by Royal Dutch Shell Plc for $70 billion in April, reported second- quarter profit that beat analyst estimates as production climbed to a record. Net income fell 65 percent to $429 million from a year earlier, Reading, England-based BG said Friday in a statement.

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  15. Illegal parkers fined as they blight BicesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bicester Advertiser

    Thames Valley Police said June's fixed penalty notices included many issued to people wrongly parking in disabled spaces, with much of the problem in the town centre. Bicester town's neighbourhood policing team also revealed parking continued to be "the main complaint".

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  16. More residents now cash in on renting parking for commutersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Oxfordshire

    Last year residents made more than A 50,000 hiring out their parking spots using mobile phone app JustPark - and that is just in Oxford. Across the county since 2006, spare driveways have made their owners A 312,000, and the annual income is growing each year.

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  17. Free shuttle bus for shoppersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Wiltshire

    Launched by the inSwindon Business Improvement District Company, the free service will run for the first time on Saturday until September 5. Di Powell, inSwindon BID manager, said she hoped the scheme would become a permanent fixture for shoppers after the six week long trial run. she said.

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  18. TENNIS: Oxfordshire women show fighting spirit to end on a high noteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bicester Advertiser

    Oxfordshire's women ended their Aegon Summer County Cup campaign by defeating South of Scotland 5-4 at Tunbridge Wells to avoid the wooden spoon in Division 7. Third pair Asha Badiani and Annabelle Denly went down 6-0, 6-1 to leave the match tied at 4-4. But Kathryn Schutterlin and Taysie Gujral won the decider 6-1, 6-0 to ensure Oxon's week finished on a high note.

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  19. BG Group second-quarter profit declines 65% after oil price dropRead the original story

    Yesterday | World Oil

    BG Group, which agreed to be acquired by Royal Dutch Shell for more than $70 billion in April, reported a 65% drop in second-quarter profit following a slump in oil prices. Net income fell to $429 million from $1.2 billion a year earlier, Reading, England-based BG said Friday in a statement.

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  20. Woman taken to hospital after crashing into tree in Ducklington near WitneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Witney Gazette

    Thames Valley Police said the driver was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital but her injuries are not thought to be serious. Remember you are personally responsible for what you post on this site and must abide by our site terms .

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