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PLANS to make an East Oxford roundabout safer have taken a step forward.
THE managing director of a laundry firm said firefighters “saved the day” after a fire broke out at the premises.
PEOPLE will be able to give their views today and tomorrow about an Oxford University science park in Headington that includes a multi-storey car park.
TAP, ballet and jazz were among the styles on stage as dancing students put on their end of year show.
CANCER campaigner Clive Stone last night demanded that Prime Minister David Cameron kept a vow that patients would get drugs they need after proposed health changes were branded as a “stealth cut”.
AN OXFORD MP has raised concerns after it was revealed two Blackbird Leys pre-schools are under threat of closure.
THE masterplan for the entire Bicester eco town site has been submitted to Cherwell District Council by A2Dominion.
AFTER 17 years, Canon Judy French will say Amen for her Charlbury congregation one last time before taking on a new role for the Oxford Diocese.
INTREPID students have set themselves a tough challenge, conquering 15 Irish mountains in 15 hours to raise money for Oxford’s homeless.
OXFORDSHIRE is known for its grand colleges, historic buildings and churches but a wave of contemporary architecture is now turning heads. The Royal Institute of British Architects has been so impressed by the county’s newest buildings that home-grown projects dominate 12 of the 21 shortlisted for awards in the South East. ALEX WYNICK reports
Layla Moran Lib Dem Parliamentary candidate for Oxford West and Abingdon outlines the reasons she is committed to increasing the number of apprenticeships open to young people
If you think cardboard furniture sounds about as much use as a chocolate teapot, then Nicola Russell would urge you to think again.
ONE of the founding members of the Oxford Welsh Exiles has died aged 89.
VETERAN councillor, financial mastermind and “gentleman” Charles Shouler has died, aged 79.
A rogue letting agent who tricked students into paying to rent a house they could not live in has been forced to pay back all of the money he swindled from them.
PLANS for an island theatre and a new wooden bridge across the Thames have been unveiled in a bid to bring more culture to Abingdon.
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A 18-year-old man has been arrested and bailed following a sexual assault at Plush nightclub.
A HISTORIC Oxfordshire estate has gone on the market for £10m.
A GROUP of young entrepreneurs have designs on the future after coming up with their own range of scarves.