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A GROWING number of worshippers are going to Anglican churches in the Diocese of Oxford, bucking a national trend for falling attendance.
People convicted of offences at Oxford Magistrates' Court recently:
CARNIVOROUS plants in Oxfordshire’s ponds are one species set to snap up a huge funding boost.
CHARITY groups have been given a lifeline with a pot of more than £36,000 distributed across Oxfordshire.
A COUNCILLOR dressed as a chauffeur to criticise the use of a support officer as a driver by Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Anthony Stansfeld.
A LABOUR councillor who swept aside a sea of blue during the county council elections has pledged to “crack on with the things that are angering people”.
AN abandoned building that is set to be demolished to make way for a new hotel was handed over to the fire service for one night.
EVERY single person who donated blood in memory of college student Liam Treacy should feel “proud”.
VOLUNTEERS are helping an Oxford school forge closer links with a local library.
THE warmth of human kindness was spread across Oxfordshire during the harsh winter with “better-off” pensioners donating £25,000 of their government fuel allowances to those struggling to heat their homes.
A WAITER who beheaded his boss should have been given a shorter minimum sentence, his lawyers will argue today.
SPENDING on agency staff at town halls across the county has been almost cut in half over the past five years.
TENS of thousands of people are knocking on the doors of studios, barns, galleries, schools and even people’s homes in the name of art.
TWO award-winning chefs have launched an online campaign to raise £10,000 to boost their flourishing business.
JOURNEYS for patients being taken for hospital appointments could be cut if bus lane rules were relaxed to allow non-emergency ambulances.
The number of jobless signing on in Oxfordshire has fallen to its lowest level this year.
PEOPLE CONVICTED OF OFFENCES AT MAGISTRATES’ COURTS AROUND THE COUNTY RECENTLY
A CYCLIST was taken to hospital after he was knocked off his bike by a vehicle which failed to stop.
CHARLIE Courtney and brown spaniel Molly, a working diabetes alert dog, enjoyed the long jump contest at a Medical Detection Dogs Fun Day in Carterton.
THE hard work Witney Lions Club members put into helping to stage Witney Music Festival’s first-ever outdoor concert paid off.