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TRADERS have been accused of “talking down” Oxford’s Covered Market in a row raging over proposed rent rises.
HUNDREDS of homes, the revamp of a major shopping centre and plans to convert a village pub into a house were set to be decided last night.
Two men have been released without charge after being arrested on suspicion of robbing a betting shop at gunpoint.
Police have been ordered to reopen their investigation into the death of a serviceman at RAF Benson.
A NEW JRR Tolkien epic is being published today.
Oxford East MP Andrew Smith voted in favour of same-sex marriages in the House of Commons vote.
Two accidents on the A34 at the Milton Interchange caused traffic problems yesterday.
STAFF at Science Oxford last night said the visitor attraction would “go out with a bang” after announcing it would close.
A MUGGING victim who suffered a broken jaw in an attack he cannot remember has warned people to stick with friends on nights out.
THE jury is expected to go out this morning in the trial of a man accused of stabbing his wife to death.
AN inquest will open today into the death of 20-month-old Sarah Dahane.
OFFICES and laboratories at Milton Park and Harwell Science Centre have been exempted from a new law which could have allowed their conversion into houses.
A MAN was found dead this morning at a home in St Clements.
A WOMAN was taken to hospital this morning after a collision with a bus.
THE man in charge of the John Radcliffe Hospital’s accident and emergency department has apologised for long waiting times and promised they will improve.
These are some of the factors in the rise in A&E wating times:
The Ministry of Defence has refused to say whether security has been increased at Oxfordshire barracks in response to the killing of a man in Woolwich.
MUSLIMS in Oxfordshire have condemned the killing of a serving soldier in Woolwich yesterday.
THE £400m expansion and redevelopment of the Westgate will see Oxford’s shopping centre stretching from Debenhams to Thames Street.
THE people of Oxfordshire have been called on to help find a home for some of the county’s children.