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SHOPPERS poured into Oxford’s Clarendon Centre yesterday for the opening of the new H&M shop.
SHOPPERS could be put off coming into Oxford if potential traffic problems posed by new developments aren’t addressed, it has been claimed.
A BROKEN down van caused queues for drivers on the A34 this morning.
OXFORD city councillors have ordered a Headington family to take down a £25,000 back garden building used as a study centre and gym.
The Simpsons creator Matt Groening used to get told off in school for doodling.
A power cut affected more than 700 people in the area yesterday.
A woman was injured when she was involved in a collision with a bus on Wednesday.
A DIDCOT mother whose daughter was left severely disabled after being starved of oxygen at birth is seeking £300,000 in compensation.
A 26-year-old police officer convicted of conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office will be sentenced on Wednesday.
A man was taken to hospital yesterday after a collision on the A34.
OXFORD Fashion Week has showed that fashion may be fun, but it can also be ethical by hosting a speaker event about the impact of clothing production.
A HEALTH authority has been criticised for the third time in four months over staff and safety issues at a home for the disabled.
A heartbroken family say they will keep their brave son’s memory alive by creating a lasting legacy in his name.
THE jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of a man accused of raping a woman in an Oxford alleyway.
A MENTALLY ill man who wandered from home and produced a knife when police tried to approach him, has been given a community order.
PUPILS got to grips with 17th-century weapons during a special lesson on the English Civil War.
An Oxford GP who was found to have examined women patients inappropriately, will discover if he is to be struck off this month.
PRIME Minister and Witney MP David Cameron hailed investment in county rail services in a Commons spat with former Labour Foreign Secretary Jack Straw.
A primary school has gone up from being rated satisfactory to good.
ABOUT 400 runners are set to take part in the first Oxford 10k, which was delayed because of flooding.