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20/11/2017 05:30 PM
Take that for a show.... Gary Barlow to rock Blenheim Palace for Nocturne festival
IT has played host to royalty, rock stars and even James Bond. Next summer, Blenheim Palace is underlining its reputation as the place to be seen by hosting a concert by one of the biggest names in pop – Gary Barlow.

20/11/2017 05:27 PM
Pensioner taken to hospital after her car hits wall in crash near shopping centre
FIREFIGHTERS cut a woman from a car after a crash near a Banbury shopping centre this afternoon.

20/11/2017 12:36 PM
Jeremy Clarkson 'feared for life' in driverless car test
TV presenter and Chipping Norton resident Jeremy Clarkson has said he feared for his life when he tested out a driverless car.

20/11/2017 09:40 AM
Kids Lit Quiz regional round to be held at Cokethorpe School
SCHOOLCHILDREN will do battle using their literary knowledge for a chance to go fly to New Zealand.

20/11/2017 09:01 AM
War Diaries: Oxfordshire troops played their part in tank battle at Cambrai
EACH month archivist Steve Berridge transcribes the war diary and regimental chronicle of the 2nd Battalion of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry.

20/11/2017 07:33 AM
Santa ready to hit the streets of Abingdon - with a little pulling power from the Lions
IT WOULD not be Christmas in Abingdon without the sight of Santa on his sleigh jingling his way through the town's streets.

20/11/2017 06:49 AM
Oxfordshire goes 'dotty' for Children in Need – raising thousands with cake, funny hair and spotty clothes
THOUSANDS of pounds were raised for Children In Need with a feast of charity events around the county guaranteed to raise a smile.

20/11/2017 06:19 AM
Oxfordshire goes 'dotty' for Children in Need – raising thousands with cake, funny hair and spotty clothes
THOUSANDS of pounds were raised for Children In Need with a feast of charity events around the county guaranteed to raise a smile.

20/11/2017 04:57 AM
SCALES OF JUSTICE: Latest round-up of court convictions in Oxford and Banbury
BANBURY MAGISTRATES’

19/11/2017 01:23 PM
Campaigners dress as Brunel to protest county fossil fuel investments
CAMPAIGNERS dressed as Isambard Kingdom Brunel have urged the county council to stop investing in fossil fuel companies.

18/11/2017 10:47 AM
Teenagers encouraged to boost leadership skills
YOUNG people are being encouraged to build their leadership skills while running activities for children younger than themselves

18/11/2017 09:30 AM
Teenager who hid crack cocaine and heroin in her bra jailed
A WOMAN who hid crack cocaine and heroin in her bra has been jailed for intent to supply Class A drugs.

18/11/2017 07:10 AM
Face of GP services set to transform - what do you want to see?
THE role of GP practices across the county is in for a big shake-up as a health commissioner looks to create medical hubs.

17/11/2017 06:03 PM
Heine's Bill of Health: A stroke of luck for Sheriff Bill in his own High Noon
THE story so far… I have terminal cancer and my consultant gave me nine to 15 months to live. I left his office without much to grab on this slide down the tubes to death. He seemed like a character straight out of a James Bond film: Dr No.

17/11/2017 11:15 AM
Oxford music scene pays tribute to Pier Corona - 'a superb photographer and genuinely lovely man'
TRIBUTES have been paid to Oxfordshire’s best known and most respected music photographer – Pier Corona, who has died.

17/11/2017 07:18 AM
Dangerous driver jailed after getting back on a motorbike despite being banned
A MAN who was banned from the roads for dangerous driving has been jailed after he got back on his motorbike before skipping unpaid work requirements.

17/11/2017 06:00 AM
Teenager who 'accidentally' stabbed a man during feud is cleared of intentionally wounding him
A TEENAGER who claimed he 'accidentally' stabbed another man after a feud erupted into violence has been cleared of intentionally harming his victim.

17/11/2017 04:53 AM
WINTER OF DISCONTENT? Plan to avoid hospital crisis at Christmas as pressure on A&E increases
AN ACTION plan to avoid a crisis in A&E this winter is not enough to ease the huge pressures looming for our hospitals, say campaigners.

16/11/2017 06:05 PM
Indian restaurant owner banned after immigration checks weren't completed
THE former owner of an Indian restaurant in Didcot has been banned from running a company for six years.

16/11/2017 05:49 PM
MORE than 80 staff at historic Oxford building firm reported to have lost jobs
MORE than 80 staff at an historic construction company are reported to have been made redundant just a few weeks before Christmas.

16/11/2017 04:19 PM
MORE than 80 staff at historic Oxford building firm reported to have lost jobs
MORE than 80 staff at an historic construction company are reported to have been made redundant just a few weeks before Christmas.

16/11/2017 06:47 AM
SCALES OF JUSTICE: Latest round-up of court convictions in Oxford and Banbury
OXFORD MAGISTRATES’

15/11/2017 03:20 PM
Teenager accused of stabbing claims it was 'an accident'
A TEENAGER accused of stabbing a man in a Banbury knife attack claimed it was 'an accident' and he only meant to scare his victim.

15/11/2017 12:20 PM
Two babies with phones and a lost trumpet - a night of misjudged 999 calls
A 999 call from someone complaining their vehicle was blocked by another vehicle and two calls from babies who had been given mobile phones to play with were among a slew of bogus calls taken by Thames Valley Police last night.

15/11/2017 07:28 AM
Man admits trying to rob charity shop while carrying a knife
A MAN accused of wielding a knife in a charity shop before threatening staff and trying to make off with cash has admitted all charges.

15/11/2017 06:00 AM
Teenager stabbed another man after family feud, court hears
A TEENAGER stabbed another man after ‘a flurry’ of blows when a long-running feud exploded into violence a court has heard.

14/11/2017 07:48 PM
M40 northbound crash closes one lane near Oxford
A CRASH between a lorry and two cars has closed the M40 northbound tonight.

14/11/2017 03:19 PM
Plans for 200 homes in Abingdon approved
ANOTHER 200 homes have been approved for Abingdon as part of a major expansion of the north of the town.

14/11/2017 12:04 PM
Shapes of Trees: Wood and Truck festival's Robin branches out musically to save our woodlands
Musician Robin Bennett tells Tim Hughes why he is staging a tuneful celebration of trees in a new woodland

14/11/2017 12:00 PM
Shapes of Trees: Branching out musically to save our woodlands
Musician Robin Bennett on staging a tuneful celebration of trees in a new woodland

14/11/2017 08:57 AM
Teenager denies chasing man with a knife before late night stabbing
A TEENAGER chased down a man while carrying a knife before stabbing him in a late-night attack, a court has heard.

13/11/2017 02:54 PM
Police call on gun owners to hand over their weapons
ILLEGAL guns and ammunition can be handed in at police stations in Oxfordshire for the next two weeks as forces across the UK try to remove firearms from the streets.

13/11/2017 11:02 AM
VOTE: Should boys and girls be able to dress how they like in school?
ALL CHILDREN should be free to wear tutus, tiaras and superhero cloaks without comment from teachers and classmates.

13/11/2017 09:24 AM
Scales of Justice: Round up of convictions form the courts
BANBURY MAGISTRATES’

13/11/2017 07:25 AM
Traffic returns to normal on M40 following crash
THERE were long queues on the M40 this morning due to the closure of two lanes.

13/11/2017 06:59 AM
'We won't pay our staff a Living Wage because we can't afford it' says Oxfordshire County Council
OXFORDSHIRE County Council will not pay its workers the Oxford Living Wage – but insisted its staff were already financially well looked after.

13/11/2017 06:31 AM
Fury over plans for 1,000 new homes in Didcot which would destroy 'breathing space'
CONTROVERSIAL plans for a giant new housing development in Didcot have gone on show.

13/11/2017 06:20 AM
Householders finally get their postbox - five years late
SCHOOLCHILDREN can make sure Santa will receive their Christmas lists in time after a postbox was installed on their housing estate – five years after householders moved in.

13/11/2017 06:12 AM
Cyclists: pick up a quality cycle helmet for just a fiver in exclusive Oxford Mail offer
CYCLISTS are once again being offered the chance to bag themselves an affordable helmet as part of the Oxford Mail's cycle safety campaign.

13/11/2017 06:05 AM
Easy rider: Former rocker tracks down the motorbike he sold 50 years ago
A FORMER rocker now in his 60s was reunited with the beloved motorbike he sold as a teenager after nearly half a century.

13/11/2017 06:00 AM
Teacher at special school praised for going extra mile with 'exciting' fun days out
A TEACHER who boosts the confidence of children with learning difficulties by whisking them away on exciting field trips, was shortlisted for a national award.

13/11/2017 04:10 AM
PICTURES: Oxfordshire falls silent for Remembrance services across the county
SILENCE fell on towns and villages across the county, as crowds paid tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

12/11/2017 09:30 AM
REMEMBRANCE 2017: All the details for Remembrance Sunday events
VETERANS, armed forces personnel, councillors and the Bishop of Oxford will gather in St Giles' for the Remembrance Sunday parade and service.

11/11/2017 04:21 PM
Entries open for Great British Bake Off 2018 - could you make it into the tent?
BAKERS capable of crafting masterful meringues and first-rate frangipane can now apply for the next series of Great British Bake Off.

11/11/2017 10:02 AM
Tourists spent a record £2bn+ in Oxfordshire last year
TOURISTS spent more than £2bn in Oxfordshire last year – a record amount for the county.

11/11/2017 10:00 AM
Award-winning sculptor Abingdon sculptor shows of her abstract forms at Heseltine Gallery
AN AWARD-winning abstract sculptor from Abingdon stars with five other contemporary artists in a show drawing inspiration from the Oxfordshire landscape.

11/11/2017 09:33 AM
OUR POPPY ARMY - Meet the unsung heroes of the appeal
THEY’RE the unsung Poppy Army committed to supporting our war heroes.

11/11/2017 09:17 AM
Where does the Poppy Appeal money go?
PLENTY of people will have bought a poppy to support the Armed Forces community, past and present.

11/11/2017 08:51 AM
Bicester's St Edburg's Church renovations ready for Remembrance Sunday
THE golden cockerel once again stands proudly upon the roof of Bicester's best known church after major restoration work was completed ahead of Remembrance Sunday.

11/11/2017 08:32 AM
Pupils greet Pudsey Bear for this year's BBC Rickshaw Challenge
SCHOOLCHILDREN turned out in force to welcome Pudsey Bear to the county yesterday for this year’s Children in Need Rickshaw Challenge.