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OXFORD residents have already labelled the controversial development at Port Meadow “ugly”.
THERE will be some familiar faces at a new Sainsbury’s store as the company prepares to open in Cowley after a 13-year break from the area.
A 27-YEAR-OLD man was stabbed in the shoulder during an argument in Headington earlier today.
A TEENAGER from Cassington has secured a coveted place at the Brit School in London.
A PARISH priest’s Bible-reading marathon raised £600 towards new heating for his Eynsham church.
WEST Oxfordshire businesses are being invited to find out how to become an approved installer for the Green Deal energy-efficiency scheme.
MORE than a third of the 111 vacancies for community and foundation school governors in the county are at West Oxfordshire schools.
WEST Oxfordshire schools could lose teachers or be forced to close if the county council decides to start charging for bus travel, it has been claimed.
TODDLERS gathered round for a special poetry session at Oxford’s Story Museum yesterday.
MIDDLE Eastern folk tales are to be told in Oxford at a school drama production starting tonight.
THAME: A silver Audi TT was taken in a raid on a Southern Road home alongside jewellery, cash, mobile phones and computer games. The burglary happened between 6.30pm on Saturday and midnight on Sunday. The thieves got in by smashing a glass panel on the front door.
A MAN who told police he was viewing indecent images to try to “catch” paedophiles has avoided jail.
A cyclist was last night in custody after allegedly hitting a driver over the head with a bike lock.
LEADING figures from the worlds of medicine, motorsport, healthcare and business are this week being recognised by Oxford Brookes University.
KIDLINGTON: Burglars smashed patio doors to steal cash, jewellery and a computer from a house in Benmead Road between Friday and Saturday.
OXON: Jurors will continue deliberations for a third day at Oxford Crown Court today in the trial of two men accused of a fraud conspiracy.
OXFORD’S own ‘Boris Bike’ scheme was unveiled yesterday.
A FORMER chairman of the Charlbury Community Centre Appeal has died, aged 73.
THE redevelopment of Oxford’s former masonic lodge has come a step closer.
A PENSIONER from Headington has inspired a new website that helps people find odd job men.