Cherwell Council News Feed
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- One-Day Cup: Paul Collingwood leads Durham to vital win over Warwickshire
- Jez Moxey: Wolves CEO to replace David McNally as Norwich chief executive
- Former Archers producer William Smethurst dies
- Idrissa Gana: Aston Villa cannot keep midfielder after release clause triggered
- Pokemon Go: Network Rail has 'safety concerns' for gamers
- One-Day Cup: Warwickshire openers set up win over Northamptonshire
- Paul Abbott 'murdered wife in row over Elvis tribute act row'
- Free bike scheme proves popular for Birmingham
- Terrified father: 'Rhinos charged at my family's car'
- Lorry fire causes lane closures and delays on the M6 near Birmingham.
BBC Bristol News Feed
- One-Day Cup: Jade Dernbach & Gareth Batty star as Surrey beat Glos
- Man hid veteran's body to set up cannabis factory
- Half-brother admits Shamus Mcnama's murder
- One-Day Cup: Peter Trego's century lifts Somerset to victory over Middlesex
- Prince Charles quizzes Tim Peake after space mission
- The Johnson Cup: Gary v Lee 'bigger than the Johnstone's Paint Trophy'
- Ivan Lucic: Bayern Munich goalkeeper close to joining Bristol City
- Paedophile Information Exchange supporter jailed for abuse
- Giorgi Nemsadze: Bristol sign Georgia international lock
- Iron Duke rubber rolling machine installation begins
Cornwall Council News feed
- Road works on Kerrier Way, Camborne
- Warning following spate of fake officials cases
- A392 roundabout near Hendra Holiday Park opens for the school summer holidays
- More than one million people set to benefit from extra lane on A30 bottleneck
- Trading Standards issue cold caller warning following conviction of local rogue trader
- Online poll opened for public to have their say on 'Who decides'
- People aged 50+ invited to ask ‘Are you being served?’
- Cornwall Councillors agree to increase minimum wage in line with rate set by Living Wage Foundation
- Cash in the attic or garage!
- Cornwall is awarded £8.9m from Big Lottery Fund to provide emotional health support for young people
BBC Essex News Feed
- Churchill painting of Miami Beach sold for £192k at auction
- Sex offenders given lie detector tests to manage reoffending risk
- Unmarked cars warning to Essex drivers after vans stolen
- One-Day Cup: Essex win last-over thriller against Glamorgan
- Kelly Pearce death: Man jailed for 'sadistic' murder
- West Ham hamper fraud: Trial rescheduled for October
- Olly Murs pays to get Coggeshall Town's showers fixed
- Drivers playing Pokemon Go at wheel
- Ryanair cuts Stansted Airport flights citing Brexit vote
- Stansted Airport: Drone 'serious crash risk' to Boeing 737
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- One-Day Cup: Hampshire beat Sussex by nine runs in a thriller at Hove
- Commercial garage in Wroxall wrecked in blaze
- Hampshire County Council launches devolution consultation
- Cowes cerebral palsy adventurer tackles Cairngorm
- In Pictures: The New Forest Show 2016
- Minister for Portsmouth job scrapped
- Fawley oil refinery pay row strike called off
- One-Day Cup: Kent openers share 203 in victory over Hampshire
- James Vince: England batsman needs time to to adapt, says Mike Gatting
- Wes Fogden: Midfielder opts for part-time football return to protect body
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Bryn Evans: Sale Sharks' former All Blacks lock signs new contract
- One-Day Cup: Liam Livingstone makes 98 as Lancashire beat Derbyshire
- Cheshire green belt private school approved
- John Stones: Manchester City in talks with Everton over England defender
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: Man City target 'staying with Borussia Dortmund'
- Leon Clarke: Bury striker signs for Sheffield United
- Warrington start Super 8s against Saints
- Pep Guardiola: Man City boss bans overweight players from training
- Byron McGuigan: Sale Sharks sign former Exeter Chiefs back
- How one hospital got rid of high-cost overtime
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Spalding shootings: Dad killed daughter and wife 'with shotgun'
- Lenuta Ioana Haidemac murder inquiry: Man charged
- Murder charge over Lincolnshire girl's death
- Twyford Wood ravers jailed over attacks on police
- Four charged after Grimsby Town-Sheffield United 'disorder'
- Man arrested in Skegness murder inquiry
- 'Unexplained death' probe after body found in Skegness
- Spalding shootings: Inquests set to open
- Daisy wheel 'protection graffiti' found at Lincoln Cathedral
- Universities announce fees above £9,000 limit
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- New book provides fascinating insight into Amersham in the 1940s
- The Somme – Exploding the myths about the battle – Saturday 15th October
- Local Chiltern Countryside Inspires Innovative Audio Stories to Help Young Children Sleep at Night
- Summer Holiday Fun at Amersham Museum
- Mud Pack III – Support The Hospice of St Francis
- PlayBall – Weekly Softball & Baseball – Amersham
- Lots for Tots Sale – 18 June – Amersham
- Restorative Yoga – Restorative Yoga for the Buckinghamshire Community
- Half term Fun at Amersham Museum
- Simpatico and Katharine Parkin at Bucks Open Studios 2016 – Amersham 11-26 June
Cherwell District Council News Releases
Updated: 8 hours 33 min ago
A Banbury congregation celebrated the final phase of building on its new church by adding to a time capsule discovered earlier this year.
The perpetrators of illegal waste dumping are being hunted as officials keep a beady eye on two flytips.
Taxi drivers were checked for compliance as council officials and police conducted a joint operation in Bicester on the night of Saturday, 25 June.
In figures released by the Department for Communities and Local Government*, it has been revealed that council tax rate collections for Cherwell District Council (CDC) and South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) are now ranked within the top five in the country, thanks to joint working efforts.
An award-winning recycling officer will be taking on Mount Snowdon with a wheelie bin strapped to his back in order to raise money for waste management projects in developing countries.
A proposal to increase the density of a housing development to the north of Deddington has been rejected.
A top national flour producer will move some of its facilities to Banbury after the approval of a change-of-use planning application.
A big-brand health and beauty distributor has been given permission to set up shop in Banbury thanks to the approval of a change-of-use application for a vacant building.
Celebrations were taking place across Bicester on Monday (4 July) as dignitaries gathered for the official opening of Franklins House on the third anniversary of the opening of Pioneer Square.
Updates to the framework which outlines how the public is consulted about planning decisions are being prepared.
Cherwell's green team will complete a circuit of the district this summer to promote electronics recycling.
Proposals to ban begging, on-street alcohol consumption and rough sleeping in Banbury town centre could be introduced to protect visitors from being exploited and intimidated.
More than £50 million of investment has been pledged to support the growth of Bicester since it was first designated as an eco-town in 2009.
Two men who dumped six black sacks of household rubbish at a recycling bank in Banbury have each been fined £75 for flytipping.
The council has approved a new action plan, determining the approach it will take to equalities over the next year.
The promotion of health, employment, and education received renewed support as Cherwell approved a report on its Brighter Futures in Banbury programme.
Councillors have decided to retain as much local control as possible over the construction of the High Speed Rail 2 network.
A sharp upswing in house building has prompted a rethink of Cherwell's waste and recycling policies.
District youngsters have put their MP through her paces at a private question and answer session.
Teenagers can work out for reduced rates at Cherwell District Council's gyms.