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18/03/2018 02:00 PM
Free workshops for Oxfordshire carers' wellbeing
CARERS can pick up 'important' skills at a series of free workshops staged by a college.

18/03/2018 01:21 PM
Popular lambing event returns – but is snowed off today
A POPULAR annual lambing event drew in hundreds of visitors on Saturday – but had to be closed yesterday after the snow hit once again.

18/03/2018 12:51 PM
Flood alerts across Oxfordshire warn of 'deep and fast-flowing' river water
RISING river levels caused by snowfall have prompted several flood alerts to be issued across the county.

18/03/2018 12:50 PM
Motorists face further traffic headache with Oxford work starting tomorrow
WORK on Botley Road is likely to slow down motorists on their way to and from Oxford city centre from tomorrow.

18/03/2018 09:14 AM
Council leader to resist any 'tragic' district changes
ANY plan to dissolve district councils in Northamptonshire and thereby change the way services are delivered by Cherwell Council would be ‘tragic and unjust’, according to its leader.

18/03/2018 12:00 AM
SNOW: Several crashes and 'treacherous' roads as icy weather returns
MUCH of Oxfordshire woke up to a carpet of white after heavy overnight snowfall. 

17/03/2018 11:13 AM
Cafe's support for breastfeeding mums bags it national award
THE owner of a café in Banbury said she hopes an award recognising its support for breastfeeding mums ‘sets the standard for other places.'

17/03/2018 10:06 AM
Community rallies round shop hit by ram raid
SHOP owners targeted by a ram raid were left moved by the ‘exceptional’ support from their community.

17/03/2018 10:05 AM
Festival Season 2018: All you need to know about this year's line-ups
FESTIVAL season is fast approaching, with another irresistable mix of musicians, comedians, foodies and artists set to descend on the county.

16/03/2018 06:19 PM
RAF Benson apprentice takes photography to new heights
AN RAF Benson photographer has scooped a prestigious apprentice of the year award in the forces' centenary year.

16/03/2018 05:58 PM
Top cop calls for tougher laws to protect children online
A TOP police officer has said he would back tighter regulations to protect children from abuse online.

16/03/2018 03:56 PM
Drug addict jailed for 'savage' stabbing in flat
THE SISTER of a man stabbed to death in a Banbury flat last year said there were ‘no words’ for what killer Raymond Morgan had done to her family.

16/03/2018 10:21 AM
Commissioner hits back over return of police helmets
CLAIMS that reintroducing helmets is a waste of cash have been rubbished by the police commissioner.

16/03/2018 09:55 AM
New funding for roads could unlock improvements to Oxford's highways
MILLIONS of pounds could be plugged into Oxfordshire’s road network as part of a new Government plan.

16/03/2018 07:50 AM
'Ellie' tells how she was groomed and abused by 40-year-old internet conman
A TEENAGER who was sexually abused by a 40-year-old man she met on the internet has told her story in a video.

15/03/2018 10:44 AM
A40 & A420 could get 'finally get attention they deserve' in multi-million pound roads plan
MILLIONS of pounds could be plugged into Oxfordshire’s road network as part of a new Government plan.

15/03/2018 08:00 AM
It's official - snow warning issued by Met Office for weekend
More snow is officially set to hit Oxfordshire later this week as the Met Office issues a warning over transport and power cuts.

15/03/2018 07:37 AM
Flooding hits Oxfordshire - and more rain is on the way
Flood warnings are in place across the county as more rain is set to fall in the coming days.

15/03/2018 06:02 AM
Conservation charity needs new trustees from farming and finance
OXFORDSHIRE'S biggest conservation charity is seeking new trustees from the worlds of farming and finance.

15/03/2018 06:00 AM
Scales of Justice: Latest round-up of court convictions
Banbury Magistrates’

14/03/2018 12:01 PM
Meet the modern day suffragettes putting Oxfordshire on the map
THREE women from Oxfordshire are included in a new map of Britain showing the ‘suffragette spirit’.

14/03/2018 08:01 AM
VOTE: Police helmets will make a return in Oxfordshire - but should it happen?
THE iconic police helmet will be returned to the heads of Oxfordshire's police officers.

14/03/2018 07:54 AM
Horton review 'will only add more bureaucracy' say campaigners
CAMPAIGNERS have criticised an independent review into the decision to downgrade maternity services at the Horton General Hospital.

14/03/2018 07:40 AM
Three ex-workers charged with neglect of residents at care home
THREE women who worked at a care home which was plunged into special measures after alleged ill treatment of residents have been charged.

14/03/2018 07:30 AM
Truck festival: Second wave of bands announced for Oxfordshire rock event
MANCUNIAN indie-band Courteeners have been revealed as the final headliner for this year's Truck festival.

14/03/2018 06:30 AM
Snow forecast for Oxfordshire - yet again
SNOW showers look set to hit Oxfordshire at the weekend with temperatures forecast to plunge below freezing.

14/03/2018 05:32 AM
Health trust taking 'huge gamble' by cancelling agency contracts
AN Oxfordshire health trust is 'gambling with patient care' after bosses revealed plans to cancel agency worker contracts in the middle of what has been called 'a recruitment crisis'.

13/03/2018 02:50 PM
Oxford Wagamama gets a revamp - and they're giving out free food
RESTAURANT giant Wagamama will be giving out free food next month.

13/03/2018 01:33 PM
CCTV: Picture released after pub-goer is punched in the head
THIS is a man police want to speak to following an unprovoked assault in a pub.

13/03/2018 12:10 PM
Flood alerts issued for Oxfordshire
FLOOD alerts have been issued across Oxford in response to recent and anticipated rainfall.

13/03/2018 11:40 AM
Pioneering Horton hip fracture team nominated for national award
A GROUP of medical workers at the Horton General Hospital have been nominated for a national award after drastically improving the quality of care for hip fracture patients.

13/03/2018 10:02 AM
Wild Oxfordshire issues a rare positive response to government environment plan
AN Oxfordshire conservation group has become one of the few to issue a positive response to the government's 25-year environment plan.

13/03/2018 06:23 AM
An art show for all tastes from historic Oxford society
A SCULPTURE of an Apple computer with hands reaching out of it rubs shoulders with bronze beasts and pensive portraits at a thought-provoking exhibition.

13/03/2018 05:50 AM
Oxford secondary school pupil killed in road accident
A CHERWELL School student has died in a road accident over the weekend.

12/03/2018 02:23 PM
Stash of drugs, cigarettes and counterfeit clothing seized
A STASH of counterfeit clothing, more than 10 kilos of tobacco and thousands of cigarettes have been seized by government officials.

12/03/2018 10:48 AM
Multi-tasking experiments show teens dangers of phone use while driving
SCHOOL pupils were challenged to multi-task to highlight the dangers of using a phone whilst driving.

12/03/2018 06:21 AM
Abingdon cinema plan still on track despite £176k repair bill
IT IS not time to put away the popcorn just yet, according to the independent cinema owners trying to bring screenings to the Abbey Hall.

12/03/2018 06:05 AM
Schools Focus: Packed enrichment programme delivers 'red kite' delight at Garsington CE Primary School
ASIDE from being majestic birds known to swoop through the skies above Oxfordshire, 'red kite' holds a host of other meanings for Garsington CE Primary School.

10/03/2018 12:01 PM
DECLINE: Book borrowing at libraries reaches record low
A CALL has gone out for more investment in libraries after the number of books borrowed reached record lows.

10/03/2018 09:46 AM
Drinkers in race against time to save village club
VILLAGERS face a race against time to secure the hundreds of thousands of pounds needed to save their local pub.

10/03/2018 09:46 AM
‘Back to the drawing board’ on plans to downgrade Horton Hospital says MP
IT is time to go ‘back to the drawing board’ over a radical overhaul of Oxfordshire’s health service, according to MP for north Oxfordshire Victoria Prentis.

10/03/2018 08:36 AM
New book of remembrance to honour soldiers who have died since Second World War
MORE military families will be able to pay respects to their loved ones who died in conflicts with the creation of a new Book of Remembrance.

10/03/2018 06:39 AM
Plans to expand Oxfordshire's controlled airspace branded a 'stepping stone to commercial hub'
PLANS for a major expansion of the controlled airspace above Oxfordshire are just a stepping stone to something much bigger, a paraglider has claimed.

10/03/2018 06:03 AM
Calls for more cycle racks as bike thefts soar to highest level for five years
CYCLISTS have demanded more bike racks after a striking spike in thefts saw figures inflate to their highest in five years.

09/03/2018 04:16 PM
Contentious extension to Seacourt Park and Ride cleared to go ahead
THE controversial extension to Seacourt Park and Ride will go ahead after the Government said it was happy for the city council to make the final decision on it.

09/03/2018 03:39 PM
Council savings could lead to £58m extra a year
A RADICAL overhaul of Oxfordshire County Council could lead to an end of ‘salami slicing’ services and annual savings of up to £58m, senior managers have said.

09/03/2018 06:16 AM
'I'm absolutely devastated by badger cull application in Oxfordshire'
THE chairman of Oxfordshire Badger Group has said she was 'absolutely devastated' to learn that badger culling could be brought to the county.

08/03/2018 03:57 PM
Drummer's eye view of life on the road
FOR most of us, heading out on the road with a successful band is the stuff of dreams.

08/03/2018 07:01 AM
SCALES OF JUSTICE: The latest results from Oxford and Banbury

08/03/2018 06:05 AM
MAKE THEM PAY: Pothole campaigner threatens legal action on county's worst road
A CAMPAIGNER has threatened to take the county council to court in a last-ditch attempt to fix the 'appalling' state of some Oxfordshire roads.