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ANDREW Parsons has just been found guilty of murdering his wife Janee at their home in Bicester.
AN OXFORD college has recreated its historic dining hall in a marquee while £7m improvements are being carried out.
BICESTER’S MP is calling for a lasting memorial to all of the town’s war heroes.
A GATHERING for thousands of Christians in Oxford is returning to the city centre for the first time in four years.
LIFE model and testicular cancer survivor Anthony Weston has stripped off for an Oxford charity’s upfront new poster campaign.
HE fought the smoking ban and reputedly fell out with Michael Winner, but now legendary landlord Gerry Stonhill has retired.
PRINCESS Anne is receiving a salute outside County Hall in Abingdon as troops march past.
THE A34 has fully reopened at the Milton Interchange after hay bales spilled on to carriageway.
OXFORD West and Abingdon MP Nicola Blackwood told a public inquiry yesterday that she fundamentally opposed controversial new housing planned for Abingdon.
A VICTIM of the Bullfinch sex attackers had her childhood taken away from her, her elder sister has said.
PRINCESS Anne has presented medals to the troops who have recently returned from their first tour of Afghanistan.
An unlucky mayfly is about to have its one-day lifespan cut even shorter as a hungry black-headed gull swoops.
AN INDEPENDENT review into how controversial student housing blocks won planning permission could be launched.
Police had last night not made any arrests after a 32-year-old was beaten and mugged on a night out in Cowley Road.
Two vehicles were involved in a collision at Headington roundabout yesterday morning.
The family and friends of an Eynsham firefighter killed cycling will mark the first anniversary of his death today with a tribute ride.
SILENCE has descended on Market Place in Abingdon as troops from the Dalton Barracks and the crowds await the arrival of Princess Anne for the medal presentation ceremony.
DIESEL power will be pulling crowds to Didcot this Bank Holiday.
HEALTH bosses are working without scrutiny due to delays setting up what will eventually become Oxfordshire’s main watchdog.
COMMANDING Officer of 12 Logistic Support Regiment (LSR) Andrew Moffat has said the events in Woolwich have made soliders "more defiant".