Cherwell Council News Feed
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Jordan Ayew: Aston Villa striker to remain with Championship club
- Helder Costa: Wolves sign Benfica winger on season-long loan
- Lemon curd sandwiches Wolverhampton teen's only lunch
- Blood test to detect brain damage developed
- Che Adams: Birmingham City outpriced for Sheffield United's seven-figure target
- Brett D'Oliveira: Worcestershire's England Lions all-rounder signs new contract
- Rail works 'will cause huge disruption' in Oxfordshire
- Brad Guzan: Aston Villa goalkeeper signs for Middlesbrough
- Birmingham pub bombings: Call for inquests legal aid
- Tyler Roberts: Striker joins Oxford United on loan from West Brom
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Disabled Swindon student given standing ovation when collecting honour
- Rescued firm Bristol Cars unveils first new model in years
- Adam Matthews: Wales and Sunderland full-back rejoins Bristol City on season-long loan
- Todd Blackadder named Bath director of rugby, with Tabai Matson head coach
- One-Day Cup: Jade Dernbach & Gareth Batty star as Surrey beat Glos
- They call it 'pee-power'
- 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
Cornwall Council News feed
- Pilot project aims to provide walkers with alternative routes when fields contain livestock
- Grants available to help older and vulnerable people stay gas safe in their homes
- Plymouth Magistrates dismiss appeal for Bodrum late licence in Newquay
- Truro Emergency Services Community Station launch
- 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'
BBC Essex News Feed
- Jakub Sokolik: Southend United sign former Yeovil Town centre-back
- Lewis Kinsella: Former Aston Villa defender joins Colchester United
- Garrison sighting 'not linked' to RAF Marham kidnap bid
- James Whale: BBC Essex breakfast show host in Celebrity Big Brother
- 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
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Three men jailed for £200k Winchester jewellery raid
- Michael Freshwater death: New arrest over flat stabbing
- New plan for Red Funnel's East Cowes ferry terminal
- David Forde: Portsmouth sign goalkeeper on loan from Millwall
- Super League: Charlotte Edwards motivated by new challenge
- Southern Health NHS Trust 'paid millions' to Katrina Percy's associates
- Southern calls for talks over rail strikes
- Funeral held on Isle of Wight for UK's oldest person
- RMT announces five-day August strike on Southern rail network
- Pokemon Go: Player claims to have caught all UK characters
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Manchester taxi firm will drive you around the city to catch Pokemon
- Virgin Media engineers 'cut off home'
- Ian Baraclough: Former Motherwell boss named Oldham Athletic assistant manager
- Suspended Greater Manchester Police firearms manager reinstated
- TJ Ioane: Samoan flanker signs new three-year deal at Sale Sharks
- Man Utd: Bastian Schweinsteiger's future in doubt after Jose Mourinho arrival
- Civic pride 'can help sustain urban biodiversity'
- Brexit knocks manufacturers' confidence - report
- Squirrel stuck in dashboard rescued by firefighters
- Stepping Hill nurse Victorino Chua loses appeal bid
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Vivean Gray, Mrs Mangel in Neighbours, dies aged 92
- Hannah Pearson death: Girl, 16, was 'bright and bubbly'
- Weeds thwart Guy Martin's 'pedalo' record attempt
- Spalding shootings: Dad killed daughter and wife 'with shotgun'
- Lenuta Ioana Haidemac murder inquiry: Man charged
- Murder charge over Lincolnshire girl's death
- Waste mountain
- Twyford Wood ravers jailed over attacks on police
- Four charged after Grimsby Town-Sheffield United 'disorder'
- Man arrested in Skegness murder inquiry
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: 7 hours 59 min ago
A discount scheme for young residents is aiming to get budding boaters to get paddling
A funding award of £41,000 will make Bicester's Bure Park Nature Reserve more accessible and easier to navigate.
Cherwell Community Bank is shining the spotlight on early Christmas savers this summer.
District youngsters can bob and weave without breaking the bank thanks to subsidised boxing sessions in Banbury.
The Castleside multi-storey car park at Bolton Road, Banbury will permanently close on Friday 10 June 2016.
The Electoral Commission is urging voters who are not already registered to vote to make an application before midnight on Thursday 9 June.
Electoral Commission statement on the technical issues affecting the online voter registration portal on 7 June
It is vital that everyone who wants to participate in this historic referendum is able to.
District youngsters were up and at it over half term as council activity programmes drew sell-out crowds.
A public consultation will take place this year on proposals to introduce a new licensing policy which will introduce stricter standards for taxi drivers.
Residents who are eligible for assistance with adaptations to their homes to help address vulnerability or disability will benefit from an increase in available grants.
The spotlight was shone on a string of achievements as Cherwell District Council approved its annual report.
Bicester's innovative housing developments are being backed for NHS funding for healthy new towns.
Oxfordshire's district councils have set out their proposals to secure more powers and funding for the people of the county.
Residents in Bicester will be able to feast on an afternoon of food, entertainment and community spirit with the return of the town's Big Lunch.
Families looking to get a foot on the property ladder will only need a £6,250 deposit to purchase their share of a three-bedroom home within a thriving community.
Swim and gym at knockdown rates are being offered to Cherwell's young adults as part of the council's Sportivate scheme.
Efforts to support people rough sleeping are being stepped up with the production of a new Homeless Pocket Guide.
People who have yet to register to vote in next month's referendum only have one week left to submit their details.
The successful self build exhibition Build It Live! will be launching at Bicester Heritage on 11 and 12 June 2016.
Holidaying pet owners are being cautioned to choose the right carer for their furry friends this summer.