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A MOTHER-OF-TWO who had sex with her GP in his consultation room claimed yesterday that she was “not participating” when she gave in to his advances.
A PUBLIC transport rover ticket for the Cotswolds could be expanded to become a pass for the region, including admission to visitor attractions.
A WASHING machine caused a fire in a home on Goldfinch Close in Bicester yesterday morning.
PUB landlords across Oxfordshire are celebrating over a Government U-turn letting them open later for England’s World Cup matches this summer.
The dispute between Network Rail and Oxford City Council over replacing the Grandpont footbridge could be solved by the authority helping to pay for ramps for the disabled, according to a senior councillor.
RESIDENTS will see up to 60 new homes built in Bloxham after a Government Planning Inspector approved the scheme despite objections from the council.
A man died yesterday after falling into the water at Clattercote Reservoir near Banbury.
HEALTH leaders have criticised the “insensitive” wording of a policy that proposes “evicting” OAPs from hospital beds.
A MOTORBIKE gang will deliver hundreds of Easter eggs to disabled children.
A runner suffered bruising to her body when she was attacked by a dog in a park.
Passengers are being promised improved bus services despite Oxfordshire County Council making £200,000 cuts to its subsidised services.
A public consultation into whether Oxford Stadium should be given new protected status finished yesterday.
A DETAINEE who admitted starting a fire at the Campsfield House immigration centre to avoid deportation has been jailed.
A NEW bank was set up in the centre of Oxford yesterday by the Mad Hatter himself.
PROBATION staff picketed their Oxford office as they continued to strike in protest against Government plans to privatise part of the service.
COUNCILLORS say a failed bid for £1.9m in Heritage Lottery Fund money will not jeopardise a multi-million pound revamp of Abingdon Guildhall, but will see it scaled down.
SAINSBURY’S has confirmed it has pulled out of the much-delayed £50m Charter redevelopment for Abingdon.
DID you spot our April Fools’ Day stories yesterday?
THE city’s Christmas event has been scaled back after complaints from Oxford University college staff that it was “naff and tawdry”, a report has revealed.
CHILDREN with cancer in North Oxfordshire will now be able to get more treatment at Banbury’s Horton General Hospital.