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18/01/2018 07:14 PM
Horton hospital campaigners to 'fight to the bitter end' and challenge High Court ruling
Campaigners will 'fight to the bitter end' after deciding to appeal the outcome of a judicial review over the downgrading of maternity services at the Horton Hospital.

18/01/2018 12:40 PM
UPDATE: Escaped wolf captured after five hours on the run
A WOLF on the run for five hours after escaping from a sanctuary in Berkshire has been captured.

18/01/2018 11:48 AM
Expanding multi-academy trust now runs 27 schools
ONE of Oxfordshire's largest academy trusts took on another nine schools and almost 1,500 more pupils last year.

18/01/2018 09:51 AM
Camera club spread: clean as a whistle
PURE, clean, crisp and clear: after the dirtiest spread in camera club so far last week (ooh Matron), hopefully this week’s collection is a soothing and calming palate cleanser.

18/01/2018 07:27 AM
Schoolgirls needed to become Britain's spooks of the future
TECH-SAVVY girls are being sought by spy chiefs on their hunt to find the cyber security women of the future.

18/01/2018 06:34 AM
Thames Valley Police could slash its number of police dogs
CUTS could be made to Thames Valley Police’s dog handling unit as the future of the force's animal helpers is thrown into more doubt.

18/01/2018 05:44 AM
SCALES OF JUSTICE: The latest results from Oxford and Banbury
OXFORD MAGISTRATES

17/01/2018 12:07 PM
Police investigating new reports of fox hunting
A POLICE investigation is underway after reports that horse riders with dogs allegedly chased a fox yesterday.

17/01/2018 09:42 AM
Private school fees treble - so what are Oxfordshire's most expensive?
PRIVATE school fees in this country have trebled since 1980, new research shows - so what are Oxfordshire's most expensive?

17/01/2018 07:50 AM
BAD PLANNING? - Huge Oxford roadwork plan postponed to 'look again' at cost
THE next phase of the Access to Headington transport project will be delayed because Oxfordshire County Council needs more time to work out how it will be paid.  

17/01/2018 06:11 AM
Why call 111? - you can now access ambulance, dental, pharmacy and more
WITH a single call patients in Oxfordshire can now get access to ambulance, dental, pharmacy and mental health services.

17/01/2018 06:07 AM
'We are letting our older people down': more day centres to close across Oxfordshire
MORE elderly day centres are set to close across Oxfordshire after 'transition' funding ran out.

16/01/2018 04:51 PM
Round three for East West Rail consultation
CHANGES to East West Rail project to connect Oxford, Bicester, Milton Keynes and Aylesbury are back under the microscope.

16/01/2018 12:32 PM
Syrian refugee who arrived in the UK in a chip van wins place at Oxford University
A REFUGEE, who fled war-torn Syria and arrived in the UK in the back of a frozen chip van, is celebrating after being awarded a place at Oxford University.

16/01/2018 10:40 AM
Delays on A34 after Mini crashes into back of Aldi lorry
THERE are delays on the A34 southbound following a crash between an Audi lorry and a Mini. 

16/01/2018 09:49 AM
Readers vote on future of crumbling Oxford United pub - and the verdict is clear
OXFORD Mail reader's have overwhelmingly called for a long-vacant pub to be restored to its former glory.

16/01/2018 08:41 AM
Beckhams get off to shaky start with neighbours after planning row over tree house
POSH and Becks may be off to a tricky start with the neighbours.

16/01/2018 08:11 AM
School knife attack in Perm 'not typical' of city, says Oxford twin city association chair
A KNIFE fight at a school in Oxford's twin city of Perm in Russia has left 15 people injured.

16/01/2018 08:05 AM
A million homes still have these tumble dryers - and they could cause a house fire
UP TO one million defective tumble dryers are potential fire hazards in British homes due to manufacturer Whirlpool's "woeful" response to the discovery of a defect, a parliamentary report has found.

16/01/2018 07:49 AM
Shops banned from charging a fee to use your card
Charges for making purchases with a credit or debit card have been banned.

16/01/2018 06:00 AM
'ALARMING' - £90m cost of medical mistakes at Oxfordshire's hospitals
HEALTH bosses at Oxfordshire's major hospitals have paid out more than £90m as a result of medical blunders since 2012, it can be revealed.

15/01/2018 11:05 AM
West Oxfordshire District Council leader to be quizzed on youth support
A COUNCIL leader will be asked what efforts are being made to ensure there is support for hundreds of children and young people in West Oxfordshire following the abrupt closure of a youth charity.

15/01/2018 08:49 AM
Firefighters not needed for school lunch deliveries as Carillion staff turn up for work
FIREFIGHTERS could be drafted in to hand out school meals today after of one of the country's biggest construction companies went bust.

15/01/2018 08:20 AM
Deadline for school applications is today - but which are the best in the county?
PARENTS have just hours left to apply for a primary or infant school place for their child.

15/01/2018 07:52 AM
Queues on A34 after lorry and car crash
TRAFFIC is severe on the A34 southbound after a crash near Kidlington.

15/01/2018 07:47 AM
Shortlist revealed for Women of Achievement awards 2018
TOO OFTEN, hard work and commitment to making improvements can go unrecognised, but the Sue Ryder Southern Women of Achievement Awards hopes to put these people in the limelight.

15/01/2018 07:00 AM
How Wayne Rooney helped to catch an Oxfordshire conman
A CONMAN from Oxfordshire made £1m selling football memorabilia scrawled with fake autographs.

15/01/2018 06:41 AM
SCALES OF JUSTICE: The latest results from Oxford and Banbury
BANBURY MAGISTRATES

15/01/2018 06:00 AM
Grandson of WWI hero wins four-year fight to get war memorial on village green
A MAN who fought his parish council for four years to get a permanent war memorial on the village green has won his battle.

14/01/2018 02:22 PM
Ambulance service recruitment drive sees staff discuss their lifesaving roles
BRINGING someone back from the brink of death and keeping people calm in the midst of chaos: it is all in a day's (or night's) work for this team of lifesavers.

13/01/2018 12:10 PM
Fancy living in this 'Shoebox'? It can be yours for £800 per month
HOUSEHUNTERS can now get the keys to their very own ‘Shoebox’ - and it’ll cost you as much as £800 per month.

13/01/2018 09:19 AM
Man, 85, died from chest injury after A420 crash
AN 85-year-old man from the Wantage area died of severe chest injuries after being involved in a car crash on the A420, an inquest heard.

13/01/2018 06:00 AM
Flu surge in Oxfordshire reaches twice national average as extra measures announced to stop spread
EXTRA health checks for the elderly have been announced as new figures reveal the county is one of the worst hit by a surge in flu cases.

12/01/2018 11:07 AM
Hundreds caught in Christmas crackdown on drink and drug driving
HUNDREDS of drink and drug drivers were caught by police over the Christmas period - with young men revealed as the most likely to offend.

12/01/2018 09:56 AM
'Political differences' have prevented meeting between police commissioner and Home Secretary
THAMES Valley's police commissioner has suggested government ministers are reluctant to speak with him due to political differences.

12/01/2018 09:43 AM
Price rise for bus tickets blamed on roadworks and queues in Oxford
THE BUS companies behind Oxford SmartZone have announced prices are set to rise this month, blaming roadworks and congestion for the decision.

12/01/2018 08:58 AM
Extra police heading out into Oxford city centre to spot drug deals
A CRACKDOWN on drug dealing in Oxford city centre will see police target hot spots.

12/01/2018 07:35 AM
OX5 Run: Six-year-old cancer patient has been given the all clear
THE family of a six-year-old girl who has just been given the all clear after battling a rare cancer have urged fundraisers to sign up for the OX5 Run.

12/01/2018 07:20 AM
Calls for 'urgent Government intervention' as group in charge of St Greg's receives another 'inadequate' Ofsted
A SCHOOL trust tarnished by struggles at an Oxford school has taken another hit to its reputation.

11/01/2018 04:53 PM
Oxfordshire police horse unit could be scrapped to save cash
THE mounted section of Thames Valley Police could be scrapped to help the force cope with funding cuts.

11/01/2018 04:13 PM
M40 reopens after earlier police incident
THE M40 has been closed through Oxfordshire following a police incident.

11/01/2018 08:41 AM
Renewed hope for Horton as full investigation into maternity downgrade could be launched
THERE is renewed hope for Horton hospital after an independent body promised to investigate the permanent downgrade of maternity services.

11/01/2018 07:27 AM
Is your child safe online? Expert advice on how to keep them safe
Debbie Knights, NSPCC community fundraising manager for Oxfordshire, explains how you can help your child stay safe online.

10/01/2018 04:44 PM
Fog warning for drivers
DRIVERS are being warned to take care when travelling today as a yellow weather warning for fog is in place.

10/01/2018 07:17 AM
Oxfordshire MPs lose out in Cabinet reshuffle
THERESA May’s Cabinet reshuffle continued yesterday but Oxfordshire’s MPs were left out in the cold when it came to junior ministerial roles.

10/01/2018 06:00 AM
REVEALED: The 'shocking' number of crashes on Oxfordshire's key roads
NEW figures showing the huge number of crashes on two key Oxfordshire roads have been described as 'shocking, but not surprising'.

10/01/2018 05:55 AM
SCALES OF JUSTICE: Latest results from Oxford and Banbury Magistrates' Courts
OXFORD MAGISTRATES’

10/01/2018 05:39 AM
Villagers celebrate as 'ridiculous' Chalgrove Airfield housing plans in doubt
'RIDICULOUS' plans to build 3,000 homes at Chalgrove Airfield have been thrown into doubt after a military company refused to give up its land.

09/01/2018 03:45 PM
Man jailed for rape and sexual activity with a child
A MAN from Oxfordshire has been jailed for eleven years for committing sexual offences.

09/01/2018 07:52 AM
Terror Offences: Oxfordshire couple appear in court for being in banned group
A MAN and woman from Banbury are among a group of six people who have been charged with terrorism offences.