Witney Gazette /news/
Updated: 1 hour 2 min ago
TURNOUT in Thursday’s elections dropped to a low of 31.87 per cent across the county, the lowest in more than a decade.
COALITION crunch talks are set to take place after election losses for the Tories left Oxfordshire county council hung.
THIS week’s election represented a major change to the way councillors are elected to Oxfordshire County Council.
Prime Minister and Witney MP David Cameron made two visits to the county while the votes were being counted.
NEW Lib Dem county councillor John Howson has said the controversial Castle Mill development played a big part in his success.
ANDREW Smith, the Labour MP for Oxford East, said he was “proud” of the gains which his party made in Thursday’s elections.
LABOUR snatched a council seat from underneath David Cameron’s nose after a surge in UKIP votes across Oxfordshire put a dent in Tory fortunes.
FRESH plans for student housing in West Oxford have raised concerns one of Oxford’s green spaces is being “urbanised”.
FOUR pupils were taken to Florio Bar and Kitchen in Banbury Road, Oxford, on Tuesday to try their hand at cooking.
Police have warned revellers they will crackdown on Bank Holiday raves.
YOUNG actors are banishing stage fright and perfecting their lines for their latest production The Wizard of Oz.
THIS tiny baby colobus monkey is only the second of his species to be born at Cotswold Wildlife Park.
AN OUTDATED kitchen at Eynsham’s sports pavilion will be revamped thanks to a £5,955 grant.
POLITICAL leaders have spoken of the importance of local newspapers like the Oxford Mail as we give you the chance to shape this paper’s future.
THE Conservatives have just lost overall control of Oxfordshire County Council.
A ROYAL Marine injured in bomb blasts and gunfire in Afghanistan will cycle from London to Paris to raise charity funds.
LABOUR and UKIP have dealt a massive blow to the Conservatives in the Oxfordshire County Council election today in David Cameron's backyard.
REAL ale enthusiasts are set to enjoy a day of fine brews tomorrow at the second Witney Beer Festival.
OXFORDSHIRE has been chosen to host a special event for a project that uses a rather unusual way to keep elderly people fit.
Updates from our reporters at the Oxfordshire County Council election count